By John L. Aaron If the Scotland match was a walk in the park for the USA, then the Ireland match was more like a scary adventure into the forest at night for the USA bowlers, as a pair of massive pedunculate oak trees stood in their way at... Read more
By Orin Davidson Beset by a series of tactical blunders, the United States crashed out of the World Cup 20/20 qualifying competition, shattering hopes of a potential historic appearance in a prestigious Global championship. Given the talent available in the squad, the team management badly misused its resources and... Read more
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Carl Hooper abruptly quit international cricket, not because he wanted to be mean, rather the former West Indies captain feels he was forced out of the team well before his planned departure. ‘The info I had coming back to me indicated I was not needed anymore, it was like... Read more
Now that the clubs have spoken with their resounding vote in favor of the new United States of America Cricket Association (USACA) constitution, one could say with confidence that half the job is done. Most of the fear that hovered over the cricket fraternity over the possibility of a... Read more
West Indies left India this week still searching for answers they sought before arriving on the sub continent in preparation for the World Cup. The four-match series was intended to be the final rehearsal before the Caribbean squad plays host to the world’s premier competition. Instead the management is... Read more
Cricket administration in New York has grown leaps and bounds in recent years. Competitions have improved in standard and quantity with every passing year, training programs intensify every summer and fan interest is spreading all the time. Therefore it is not surprising the leaders of the Region are taking... Read more
Clubs 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
Just 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