Supervisor - Mr Harminder Singh (Sr School)
Supervisor - Mr Praveen Sharma (Jr School)
Cricket earlier was described as "a club striking a ball (like) the ancient games of club-ball, stool-ball, trap-ball, stob-ball". Cricket can definitely be traced back to Tudor times in early 16th-century England. Written evidence exists of a game known as creag being played by Prince Edward, the son of Edward I (Longshanks), at Newenden, Kent in 1301 and there has been speculation, but no evidence, that this was a form of cricket. Cricket is a bat-and-ball team sport that is first documented as being played in southern England in the 16th century. The expansion of the British Empire led to cricket being played overseas and by the mid-19th century the first international matches were being held. Today, the game's governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC), has 104 member countries.
In Mayo College Ajmer, there are all the required assets for playing this game in the most professional manner. The Central Ground at Bikaner Pavilion has a well laid cricket pitch and a Pavilion for students to sit and watch the game. There are four different groups for boys. The Junior boys practice at Oman Nets and they participate in Inter School tournaments. The other three groups practice at the nets on Central Ground the groups are classified under three categories according to their age:
Throughout the year the school team participates in the following competitions:
a. District Competitions
b. State Competitions
c. IPSC Competitions
All the boys playing under these categories participate in District tournaments and further participate in State and National Camps after selection. The students also participate in IPSC tournaments held once a year.