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About Hutt Hawks

Welcome to our website. Hutt Hawks is a registered sports club incorporated under the Incorporated Societies Act 1908 on the 7th day of April 2010. Click here to know more about Hutt Hawks and it’s history.

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Click here for news and media coverage about Hutt Hawks and its players in the local and international media.

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Our Philosophy

Please click here to learn more about Hutt Hawks mission, philosophy and values.

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JACA

Established in 2009 By Cricket Veteran J Arun Kumar (Teams Karnataka Ranji, Royal Challengers Bangalore).

J Arun Kumar (JAK as Yuvraj & whole cricketing world calls him) saw a dream when he was playing for different teams across the globe. The dream of an academy which concentrates on technique and strong fundamentals. With the same vision in mind he started Nimritha-JAK Cricket Academy in march 2009. Since then, the performance of the kids have been speaking on academy’s behalf. Ambiance that smells like a cricket nation and sound of ball touching the bat amplifies the ambition and passion of kids here. The key USP of this academy is getting best lessons from the mouth of cricket legends. We say it again “Legends!!”

 

 

A Former International & Karnataka Ranji trophy cricketer, Imtiaz Ahmed took up nurturing young talent after his retirement from first class cricket in 1987. IACA was the first professional cricket coaching camp in the country for young cricketers started by him in the city of Bangalore. Young boys learn basics from professional coaches at the cricket centre situated in the heart of the city.

Cricket Drome began in the minds and hearts of people who have played professional cricket and people who wanted to reach the game to enthusiasts across the country and the rest of the world where cricket was growing in popularity. That dream is today a sprawling Cricket Center complex teeming with children and adults of all ages.
We are located on the Old Mahabalipuram Road (Rajiv Gandhi Salai), Chennai, India in the midst of Chennai’s IT hub.

St.John’s Sports coaching Foundation was started way back in 1987 by Mr.M.V Narasimha Rao(Former Test Cricketer) and Mr. John Manoj, with an endeavor of producing world class cricketers who would be serving Hyderabad Ranji Cricket Team and subsequently go on to represent the Indian Cricket Team.

 

India Trip 2014

 

Hutt Hawks are travelling to India for a 22 day cricket trip this year.

There’s a junior and a senior team travelling this year and will be playing games in Mysore and Bangalore.

If you need more information about the trip please contact us by emailing huttcricket.info@gmail.com

 

Places of visit

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Hutt Hawks have travelled to Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore and Mysore in the last few visits.

If you are part of the travelling team you will have received the travel pack already.

Information concerning the trip is attached to the menu on the left. This is only viewable by registered/exclusive members.

Games

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This year Hutt Hawks are travelling to Mysore and Bangalore. Hutt Hawks will play 10 one day games, 6 twenty20s and a three day during the visit.

Teams

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There are two teams travelling this year. One a junior team of mostly consisting of Under 16 and another full mens team (mostly consisting of Under 19 players)

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Rain at last in Bangalore (7/1/2014) - Its been very hot in Bangalore of late. The last 8 trips I’ve taken to Bangalore it’s always been about 25 degrees but this time around it was 35 degrees in the last couple of days in particular. Much needed pouring rain came down yesterday night and tonight. No need for panic for the ones […]
Sunshine and hot weather (6/27/2014) - Sun is shining bright and it’s kind of hot here in Bangalore. Mostly about 26-28 degrees but when playing cricket you definitely feel the heat. We have joined a gym for the next 10 days to keep in shape. JAK has been very accommodating and has been training the lads personally which is quite some […]
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