CELEBRATING ASIANS IN CRICKET
Hosted by Inventive Sports
The Asian CRICKET Awards
Celebrating Asian Cricket Execllence
The Asian Cricket Awards
Inventive Sports hosted the 4th Asian Cricket Awards on 10th July 2019 at historic House of Commons in Westminster, London. Details of the next awards will be announced soon.
The Asian Cricket Awards (ACA) was created to reward and recognise Asians in the cricket industry. The aim is to provide a platform for Asians to promote their skills whilst also showing the cricketing world that coaches, volunteers, players, administrators and fans are Asians who simply love the game.
The ACA is organised by Inventive Sports - a global consultancy whose ethos is to promote future champions across all sports. They have successfully carved out a niche in the football industry providing consultancy to organisations and clubs in the UK, Europe and India. CEO Baljit Rihal founded the Asian Football Awards (AFA) in 2012 in a quest to increase the awareness of British Asians in football. The team celebrated a very successful fourth event at The Grange Hotel, London in 2017. Over 350 people attended, including prominent figures from football and across the business world. The AFA attracted mainstream media coverage from the likes of Sky Sports News, BBC, FA TV, BBC Asian Network, talkSPORT and MUTV. On the back of the lauded Asian Football Awards, Inventive Sports and their partners have delivered the Asian Cricket Awards in 2014, 2015 & 2016 – showcasing fantastic British Asian role models in sport. Jas Jassal Director Inventive Sports comments "the Asian Cricket Awards is an ideal platform to recognise community and voluntary effort. There are some inspirational role models who deserve to be rewarded for their hard work." This year they are delighted to continue the bi-annual Asian Cricket Awards in the prestigious palaces of Westminster.
Meet Our HOST
Sky Sports News
Dharmesh has been a regular host for Inventive Sports at their Asian Football Awards events which began in 2012. We are delighted to welcome him in hosting his first Asian Cricket Awards at the House of Commons.
He started his Sky Sports career in 1998 as an assistant producer and began reporting three years later. He is best known for playing a major role during the football transfer window and can be seen operating the famous touchscreen on Deadline Day.
Dharmesh has covered some of the biggest events in the sporting calendar including Wimbledon and The Ryder Cup. Over the past 18 years, he has interviewed many of the world’s top sporting personalities such as Usain Bolt, Tiger Woods, Andy Murray, Wayne Rooney, and Pele. Dharmesh is an avid cricket fan.
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