Facebook0TwitteremailGoogle+0Clubs voted resoundingly in favor of the new United States of America Cricket Association (USACA) constitution that paves the way for reformed governing of the country’s cricket. Current USACA secretary Paul Da Silva confirmed that 201 clubs voted for the new document to 86 against in a relatively strong... Read more
Facebook0TwitteremailGoogle+0Just when the cricket fraternity was lulled into a sense of security, relative to improvement in the affairs of United States cricket, feelings of a return to the dark days of the past are upon us once again. The Centrix arrangement seems potentially beneficial in a big way for... Read more
Facebook0TwitteremailGoogle+0It’s the middle of winter but Lennox Cush hits the treadmill and weight machines at Cross Island Gym, nevertheless. At a time when New York’s cricketers are hibernating until late spring when competition bursts fort in a flurry, Cush is maintaining the routine he isaccustomed to throughout his career.... Read more
Facebook0TwitteremailGoogle+0Sachin Tendulkar is accustomed to enduring scrutiny of the meanest type from the world’s best bowlers. But within eight weeks he will encounter an examination unusual for cricket stars. Opposing teams, fans and the media will have all eyes and lenses on the great man as cricket’s biggest competition... Read more
Facebook0TwitteremailGoogle+0Rahul Dravid has never been stressed as he is now in a distinguished career. Cricket captaincy is likened to a poisoned chalice and Dravid is beginning to understand what it really means these past months. To him it would it would akin to playing in a cursed dhoti. So... Read more
Facebook0TwitteremailGoogle+0Strange things occur in cricket, but none are more inexplicable than those that surface from the West Indies Cricket Board. The latest is the abrupt decision by the Board’s new Chief Executive Officer-designate to decline the position before starting. Dr Roland Toppin was supposed to occupy the head chair... Read more