London: Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Co might be struggling in England but there is no lack of enthuisiam among their fans as the Indian Cricket Dundee (ICD), a platform for Indians, is set to be officially launched at the Lords Cricket Club on August 15.
Following in the footsteps of the Barmy Army, a semi-organised group of English cricket fans, some like-minded individuals of India have come together to share a common passion and their love for Cricket.
Founded by Charan Shetty, Indian Cricket Dundee is an association formed in September 2010 and dedicated to the service of cricket fans.
Shetty began this alliance to give cricket enthusiasts a platform to enjoy the game in high spirits, giving them a complete field experience.
The main objective of ICD is to play a significant role in cricket felicitation. This web-based platform enables subscribers to update, share cricket information via regular events, provide tickets and organise tours to support the success of the Indian cricket team across the world.
With an existing registered database of 3500 members, ICD has successfully conducted tours for the 2011 Cricket World Cup and the West Indies tour and is set to cheer the Indian team in England.