After 3 exciting days of college cricket and over 25 games it comes down to Do or Die Saturday for most of the teams in the Championship in Ft Lauderdale Florida. In the North East Conference NYU, York College, Boston U and Rutgers all can go to the Semis... Read more
USC crushed UMiami, scoring 160 for 6 in 20 overs. Tarun Tiyagi, the Captain made 59 (5 fours & 1 six). UMiami seemed in a hurry to go to a party was then bowled out for 66. In the days before the Championship Hashim Khan of George Mason U... Read more
ICUSA 2009-2010 Indoor Winter Cricket League Tournament advanced with victories by two teenaged cricket teams, “Stars” and “Stripes”. These teams are the products of the institution’s cricket training program, which is being run by three certified West Indies Cricket Board level one cricket coaches, at its Morristown, New Jersey... Read more
Softball Doctor welcomes back all cricket lovers to a bright and new season in 2010. Last year was a great season as Softball Doctor had the biggest softball game in softball history (Demerara vs Berbice) which as everyone knows was a great success. We promise to make this season... Read more
The Trojans (USC) and the T-Birds (Thunderbird School of Global Management) faced off to begin the 2nd American College Cricket Spring Break Championship at Central Broward Regional Park (CBRP) today. Other teams were given practise time on the adjacent field so it was a truly historic moment to see... Read more

Holy Eureka! All’s well! The boys in maroon have won. Finally, after what seems like an eternity, the West Indies whipped a team.

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West Indies’ quest for redemption has shifted from Providence, Guyana to Arnos Vale Ground (better known as The Playing Fields), St. Vincent.

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With three rounds of Saturday evening matches remaining to identify the ICUSA 2010 Winter League Cricket Tournament’s semi-finalists, “Royals” enhanced their chances of being one of the semi-finalists, by defeating “Magicians” and “Sparky Lady” last week-end. “Sparky Lady” defeated the “Magicians” who had a bad night loosing both of... Read more
As last Saturday’s evening round of matches unfolded, the entertainment continued with upset defeats followed by rapid recoveries as “the game of glorious uncertainties” maintained its reputation in this tournament. The “work in progress” youth team “Stars” humbled the cocky “Stripes” to earn their first win in the competition.... Read more

In a clash of the cellar dwelling “titans”, West Indies earned the exclusive right to take up temporary residency in the cellar after losing a tense, nail-biter in the first One Day International

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