MUMBAI - October 24th, 2019
Northern Warriors & Significant Sports, today announced their strategic partnership for the upcoming T10 league in Abu Dhabi.
T10 League is a sports entertainment ten-over cricket league launched and owned by Indian company T10 Sports Management. The league is approved by the Emirates Cricket Board. It is the first ever internationally approved ten-over league. Matches are 10-over-a-side and the duration of a match is 90 minutes. The tournament is a round robin followed by semi finals and the final. The league was founded by Shaji Ul Mulk, the chairman of T10 League
2019 T10 League or Abu Dhabi T10 will be the third season of the T10 League. The matches will have a 10-over-a-side format with a time duration of 90 minutes. The tournament will be played as a round robin followed by semifinals and the final. It will be played from 15 to 24 November 2019 at the Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium.
Capt. Rashid Khan, Founder, Significant Sports said about the association, “We are glad to partner with the Northern Warriors team. Being in the field of sports marketing & management for over 10 years, we have always been a front-runner in sports events, where we not only promote different kinds of sports but also build new sports events in India and abroad.” Significant Sports has been associated with quite a few successful sport events previously too like the ISL, IPL, Pro-Kabaddi League, K1L, etc. Rashid Khan will be heading Strategic Alliances for Northern Warriors.
Northern Warriors, are the reigning champions of the T10 league. Backed by Morani’s, the team is co-owned by the ingenious Mr. Mohamed Morani who himself is a big sports enthusiast. “I believe that the sports scenario for cricket is growing pretty fast now, especially with all our players doing so well at the World events.” says Mr. Morani.
Significant Sports will be looking after the marketing & operations of the Northern Warrior team, and will help in improving audience experience even before they enter the stadium till after they have left.