New York has become the refuge for many overseas cricketers in summer time, but for Ryan Ramdass, he is not here to play for money, only to rehabilitate.

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Softball cricket is a popular past time for many New York’s West Indian immigrants, but it would be difficult finding a better put- together softball player than Ronald Evelyn wherever you go in the country.

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Facebook0TwitteremailGoogle+0A defeat inside two days by an innings is as pathetic as any team can perform, even if that display was illuminated by the brilliance of a nineteen year old batsman. Yes, expect the apologists for the West Indies Cricket Board to make heavy mileage of Adrian Barath’s Test... Read more
Facebook0TwitteremailGoogle+0The USA today defeated Scotland by six wickets in the opening match of the ICC 2010 World Twenty20 Qualifying Tournament at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, in the UAE. It was a win that USA cricket needed badly as part of its effort to reestablish its place in... Read more
Facebook0TwitteremailGoogle+0By Sam Sooppersaud With the holidays now past and the winter season dwindling down, the eyes of cricket lovers are trained on the 2010 cricket season. It has been nearly five months since cricketers and cricket spectators have been to the cricket parks around the New York area. They... Read more
Facebook0TwitteremailGoogle+0By 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
Facebook0TwitteremailGoogle+0By 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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Facebook0TwitteremailGoogle+0Carl 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