Another episode in the ongoing saga of “problems in USACA.” The latest being the resignation of the First Vice President, Mr. Nabeel Ahmed.

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Summer 2010 is long gone and with it the fun of weekend cricket. Wonder how the cricket players are coping now with the cricket less weekends!

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Let me preface this article with some rather disappointing USACA’s (un)accomplishments.

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Is the USACA Constitution worth the paper it’s written on? This is the question ardent cricket fans around the entire country are asking at this time.

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Now that the 2010 cricket season has ended, how will our cricketers spend their time? How will they maintain the level of physical fitness they attained during the five months of playing cricket, working out, and practicing?

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The object of a cricket game is to win. Simple. Two teams are in a game of cricket. The players go at it. Each man using his individual skill to propel his team to a win.

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A brilliant century by hard-hitting batsman, Ritchie Sieuchand, propelled Pure Players to the championship over West Indian Alliance, in the Nassau Cricket League 35-over tournament

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The Bronx Crusaders of the New York Masters League are the undisputed champions for the 2010 cricket season. They wrestled away the title from the Everest Masters (2009 champions)

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During week I received three phone calls from three cricket fans, wanting to know whether there is any truth to rumors that the region’s Under-19 coach

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It was somewhat delightful to walk in to The Cage last Sunday, September 26th, and watched a game of cricket being played by the game’s “rightful” participants

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