Bangladesh – on the invitation of Bangladesh krira Sports Pratishthan during the year 2001-2002
Bangkok – for participating in the Royal Bangkok International Six-a-Side Tournament during the years 2001, 2002 and 2006 on being invited by Mr. Ravi Sehgal, Chairman RBSC.
Thailand – for participating in the under 15 tournament conducted by Thailand Cricket Association on being invited Mr. Prakash Malani, Vice President of Thailand Cricket Association.
Malaysia – for participating in the Juniors Invitation tournament by the Malaysian Cricket Association in the year 2004 arranged by Mr. Venkateswara Rao (Vasu)
Sri lanka (Colombo, candy & Kurunagala) in the year 2006 for participating in the juniors invitation tournament organized by Candy Cricket Club.
Sri Lanka in 2007 for under 15 years.
Bangkok in 2008 for RBSC 6’s
Sri Lanka in 2008 for under 14 age group tournament- Nelson Mendies Trophy.
Bangkok in 2009 for RBSC 6’s.
Maldives in 2009 again for Golden Jubilee celebrations cup.
We have successfully conducted to foreign tours during these eight years. We are the only team from South india to participated in the prestigious Royal Bangkok Six-a-side Tournament thrice. We have renewed our association with BVB Public School and facilitated the putting up of new nets. Our association with them is now 13 years old.
We are the winners in the Juniors Invitation conducted by Candy-Cricket Club in Sri Lanka. This was the first opportunity we got to visit a top cricket-playing nation. Among the eight matches we played we won six of them and returned victorious. Our team had the experience of meeting many of the Sri Lanka Cricket starts, their National Board Chairman and the National coach. Many newspapers have covered the details of this tour.
Another proud moment for Raju’s Cricket Club was when our team “C” division won the championship in the year 2006-07. The credit for this victory goes to the captain Srinivas Rao and his team.
The various overseas tours and cricketing events that RCC successfully participated in during the period 1991 to 2009 to were to:
Total 29 Overseas Trips conducted by Raju’s cricket club
|3.||1994||Singapore and Malasia|
|9.||2000||Dubai & Bangladesh|