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.

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On 5/2/10 marked the opening of the Brooklyn Cricket League 2010 season, with last year Champions Imperial taking on a President’s Eleven at Marine Park Brooklyn.

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On bright sunny Sunday at 80th Street on the Conduit, Canje Cricket Club took on United Sports Club. United won toss and sent in Canje to take first strike.

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Stafanie Taylor is having the kind of year that cricketers dream about – she is one of the top five ICC ODI allrounders, in the Top 10 among batters

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Darren Sammy, the hero of West Indies’ opening victory in the ICC World Twenty20 on Friday, has put out a rallying call to all fans across the region to follow the lead of the Guyanese and continue to ‘Bring It’ to the tournament.

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ICC Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat congratulated the cricket lovers of Guyana for creating a special atmosphere on a thrilling opening day of the ICC World Twenty20 2010 at the National Stadium in Georgetown.

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As the eyes of the cricketing world turn towards the West Indies for the latest edition of the ICC World Twenty20, ICC President David Morgan says the event is a chance to celebrate the unique contribution cricket in the Caribbean makes to the global game.

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The West Indies Cricket Board’s selection panel has named left-handed opening batsman Omar Phillips to replace Adrian Barath in the West Indies A Team for the upcoming tour of Bangladesh.

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) has informed the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) that the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua may now be used for international cricket after it has passed an inspection by the ICC.

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In the past year Adil Bhatti has been interviewed for a front page stories of the Washington Post and also by the New York Times, Voice of America News, Sun Sentinel and his college and local media.

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