By Sham Ali(Celebrating 43rd Anniversary – Match #1191):- On a sweltering day at the Brentwood High School cricket ground, Cosmos bowling attack, once again, delivered a full load of sweet bread and got baked after West Coast Warriors won the toss and elected to bat. It was another lackluster... Read more
The New York Metropolitan Cricket League held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday, February 26, 2022, as an in-person meeting. The AGM was presented simultaneously on the ZOOM platform. It was the league’s first in-person meeting of its general membership since the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. The 132-year-old... Read more
By Sham Ali(Celebrating 42nd Anniversary – Match #1187):- Just in case no one noticed, it is Mid-October and we are still enjoying some good weather, and playing cricket. Some hoped that it will last, but in all fairness, that may be some wishful thinking, we have had more that... Read more
Richmond Hill Liberty Club is now the crowned champions of the New York National Cricket League (NYNCL) 30 overs Saturday Tournament
When they beat Team Lycans in the final, Brooklyn Lycans became the Champions of the Bangladeshi Cricketers’ Alliance of North America (BCANA) T30 Tournament 2021. The three-month-long season ended after both teams put up an intriguing show for the spectators at the Dr. Charles Drew Park on Saturday, September... Read more
Atlantis Cricket Club – NY, now celebrating its 55th year as a premier cricketing organization in New York, is also celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Shevonne Mentis Educational Scholarship Fund established in 2001 in memory of the daughter of Aubrey Mentis, a life-long member of Atlantis. Shevonne Mentis... Read more
Richmond Hill Liberty Cricket Club’s (RHLCC) two-time, reigning, Most Valuable Player (MVP), Dino Chooweenam, blasted off on the highest note possible in the 2021 season’s opening weekend. The imposing, master blaster hammered 181 runs and returned to pick up a 5 wicket in RHLCC’s New York National Cricket League... Read more
By Sham Ali(Celebrating 42nd Anniversary – Match #1171):- Wow, it feels like life again! Catches falling, batsman blazing away, same old umpire frets. Cricket is actually playing, albeit, under a new covid19 normal. It is a marked contrast from the end of the 2019 season, and the doom, gloom... Read more
Derick Narine was born in Berbice, Guyana on January 14, 1996. He’s now 24 years old and lives in Queens, New York.
Well, this is the United States of America and more notably New York where cricket is often viewed as a ‘waste of time’ or ‘not the real thing’ in some corners.