Australia secured its place at the top of Group A in the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 2010 as it defeated host and fellow semi-final qualifier West Indies

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USACA has announce a sixteen man squad to participate in the ICC-Americas 2010 Division 1 Tournament in Bermuda.

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New Zealand qualified for the semi-finals of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 2010 after recording its second successive victory at Warner Park, St Kitts on Saturday.

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Whilst trying to create cricket teams in the City University of NY system I arranged a game, and collected cricketers attending CUNY schools to play.

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Essequibo winning the toss with no hesitation elects to bat last Sunday at Seaview Park in Brooklyn. Opening with the hot bat of Cedric Beaton paired up with Jamal Holder kicked of Essequibo batting with stride.

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Australia and West Indies women qualified for the semi-finals of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 which will staged in St Lucia alongside the men’s tournament on 13 and 14 May.

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New International Cricket Council’s ThinkWise champion Stafanie Taylor visited a community project in St Kitts this week to show her support for cricket’s global HIV and AIDS campaign.

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The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and the West Indies men’s team have congratulated Deandra Dottin on her amazing century for West Indies Women against South Africa Women in the opening match of the ICC World T20 Tournament.

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It was a runs fest in the Metropolitan Cricket League Div.1 game between Villagers Cricket Club vs Pioneer Cricket Club, at Gateway Park, Brooklyn. Villagers Cricket Club won the toss and batted first on a bright and sunny day, compiling an imposing total of 501 for the loss of... Read more
New York CL won the toss and batted first at Whitestone Park in the Bronx. At 81 for 2 wickets after only 12 overs CCL was expecting to chase a huge target. But with the introduction of the spinners the scoring rate decreased considerably and wickets started to tumble.... Read more