South India scored 47 runs in 10 overs, in reply England could score only 42 runs.
North Indian player, Yusuf was awarded Best Fielder Award in the tournament
London. Team South India first won the title by defeating England in the final of the Street Child Cricket World Cup (SCCWC). In this tournament held at the Lord's Cricket Ground in England, South India scored 47 runs in 10 overs. In reply England's Street team could score only 42 runs. In the tournament, the cricket teams of England and India (Chennai, Mumbai) were given the opportunity to play. SCCWC was organized just before the ICC ODI World Cup. This was the first cricket World Cup of children associated with the street.
Two teams of North India and South India were sent to SCCWC North India performed brilliantly in fielding. Its player, Ayushman, was given the Best Fielder Award in the tournament. At the same time, Team South India made its name in the World Cup.
Kids in 7 countries get chance in tournaments
The SCCWC was organized with the aim of challenging the negative impression made to street children across the world and to attract people towards solutions to their problems. In this World Cup, children from street in seven countries were given the opportunity to participate in their own international cricket tournament.