Steve Kalloo, umpiring since 1989 (WICUA/USCUA), has officiated International games and has spent decades watching Test and First Class cricket. Umpire Kalloo said the fielding at the 2010 American College Cricket Spring Break Championship was “some of the best fielding I have seen…..as good as Test level.”
On Easter Saturday evening, in the Tri-State area only Winter Indoor Cricket Tournament, “Galaxy Cricket Club” defeated “Royals” in an enthralling finals, which embodied the thrills, spills, and glorious uncertainties that were a dominant feature of the matches, throughout ICUSA 2009/2010 Tournament.
As one of the most anticipated tournament gets near, the eight teams has selected their squads which includes stars from New York and surrounding States. The tournament will be held on April 10-11 at Whitestone Park in the Bronx. The tournament has prize money of $5000.00 for the winner and $1,500.00 for the runners-up.
The 2010 American College Cricket Spring Break Championship was, according to Charles Peterson, cricket instructor at the University of Minnesota, ” the greatest thing to happen for cricket in the USA in over 100 years.”
The noble game of cricket was given a superb promotion by “Sparky Lady” and “Royals” who combined to produce an entertaining display of indoor cricketing skills, last Saturday, as the Super 4 stage of ICUSA’s 2009/10 Annual Winter Indoor Cricket League Tournament unfolded.
As the ICUSA Winter Cricket League Tournament preliminary rounds matches approach its final stage, “Galaxy” clinically demolished its opponents last Saturday to record 3 more wins. They defeated “Stars”, “Stripes” and “Sparky Lady” to qualify for a semi-finals spot and gather the winning momentum at the appropriate time in... Read more
The Finals of the 2010 American College Cricket Spring Break Championship took place Sunday March 21st when York College of New York faced York University of Toronto. Like the Semis the Finals was being webcast around the world by American College Cricket. The International Cricket Council carried the webcast... 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
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