Remembering Our Fallen Cricket Colleagues
By Sham AliThe Gods smiled and made this a glorious day and we felt the presence of our fallen colleagues in our company. It is 11:30am. The conditions were perfect for cricket, brilliant sunshine under clear blue skies, and the breeze felt like a gentle Caribbean breeze off the... Read more
One Yard of Lighting and Wintz Strikes Atlantis
By John L. Aaron | ScorecardOn a 4-0 trot, Atlantis Cricket Club – NY’s winning streak was struck in its tracks by a Bhaskar Yadram bolt of lighting for Strikers Cricket Club at Roy Wilkins Park last Sunday. It was a Father’s Day flogging of Atlantis by the Richard... Read more
USA Cricket Appoints Nominating And Governance Committee

In another significant milestone for cricket in the United States and following a unanimous recommendation of the Sustainable Foundation Advisory Group (SFAG),

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Lyght Years Ahead of His Time

A beautiful cricket moment occurred at the conclusion of the only Sheffield vs. Atlantis cricket match this season at Floyd Bennett Cricket Field in Brooklyn, NY.

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American Cricket Federation’s (ACF) Director of Coaching Jatin Patel last weekend conducted cricket coaching clinics at the Level 1 and Level 2 stages, for more than a dozen coaches in the New York area.

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NY now celebrating its 50th anniversary as a cricket club in the New York metropolitan area, recently held its 2016 election of officers for the 2016-17 electoral term.

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Atlantis Cricket Club – NY last week made another record donation of Toys for Tots to the COPE program at Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn, NY.

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Guyanese-born Under-19 national youth player and Atlantis’ 2013 MVP and Shevonne Mentis Educational Scholarship Fund

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From the backyards of rural Guyana to the pristine sward of cricket’s most notable arena at Lord’s in England, attendees at

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Located just off the Rockaway Beach ocean front community in Rockaway Park Queens, NY, the Peninsula Preparatory Academy

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