India Yatra Guru and Wonder Womens Win TTCL Season 4

India Yatra Guru and Wonder Womens Win TTCL Season 4

Season 4 of the TTCL (Travel Trade Cricket League), India’s biggest tennis ball cricket tournament, concluded on Sunday, after a two-day tournament. Taking place on March 26-27, the TTCL tournament was held at the Warriors Cricket Club Grounds at Gurugram’s Baliawas.

4Organised by, and, the tournament saw a total of 18 travel industry cricket teams participating from across India. Over multiple matches across the two-days, ‘India Yatra Guru’ emerged as winners in the men’s category this year, while ‘Wonder Womens’ won in the women’s category.

1Chief Guest for Season 4 of TTCL was Pro Boxing champion Harsh Gill, a renowned boxer of Team India, and National and International Medallist.

IMG_1948The annual TTCL cricket tournament is a fun event where travel industry members can meet, network, and enjoy, while cheering on their favourite teams. With a motto of “Together We Work, Together We Win”, TTCL is eagerly awaited every year.

IMG_2002Telecast live, the TTCL cricket tournament begins from 8 AM, and continues till evening, with breakfast and lunch included. TTCL 2022 had an enthusiastic turn-out, with travel industry members coming in from far and wide to watch the friendly face-off between the teams, and network with colleagues.

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