21ST ANNUAL INTER MEDIA CRICKET CHALLENGE WITH RANDS4RUNS

The annual Inter Media Cricket Challenge has come of age and Sunday’s spectacle was another fantastic event. With the drought causing last year’s event not to be played the teams were eager to get out onto the field and enjoy a day of friendly cricket competition. There was action on and off the field with …

eTV MAKE IT 5!! eTV SCOOPS 5th INTER MEDIA CRICKET CHALLENGE TROPHY

Sunday was a blast, as the Sporting Chance team hosted the 17th annual Inter Media Cricket Challenge supported by Loot.co.za. Most of Cape Town’s media and broadcasting giants descended on the XtraSpace Belville Cricket Club early on Sunday Morning, to battle it out for the much-coveted title of 2014 Inter Media Cricket Challenge Champions. The …

INSPIRATION…ANY WAY YOU CAN THINK OF

Many things inspire. The leaves turning colour to symbolise a new season, a famous Proteas victory, a person overcoming adversity to better their circumstances.  It boils down to life…being inspired by life. These are the more prominent moments.  Yet, even in the simpler ones – oh like a morning of cricket between media houses at …

14TH ANNUAL INTER MEDIA CRICKET CHALLENGE Presented by Sporting Chance & proudly sponsored by MTN

Debutants ‘Expresso Rebels’ are the 2011 Inter Media Cricket “World Cup” champions Unlike the Proteas in India the various teams from the Western Cape media got it right on the cricket pitch on Sunday, and it was newcomers to the challenge – SABC 3’s Expresso Rebels that claimed the 2011 title. [imageflow id=”4″] Click here …

eTV takes the title in a ‘super over’ at the 13th annual Sporting Chance Inter Media Cricket Challenge proudly sponsored by MTN

The ‘eTV Eternals’ name will make a welcome return to the Sporting Chance Inter Media Cricket Challenge trophy after they won the coveted title at Bellville Cricket Club on Sunday 21st March 2010. With MTN being the new title sponsor, the six-a-side tournament proved to be bigger and better as teams representing most of the Western Cape media groups battled it out.