On Saturday, June 5th, the Mayor’s Cup cricket final was played out at the Seaview cricket field in Canarsie, Brooklyn

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In American College Basketball the playoffs is called “March Madness”, in New York softball cricket I would say “The Rush To Father’s Day” and the rush has began.

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The Brooklyn League does not have many big name players, but they made up for lack of star power with team play to topple Commonwealth league and take home the Mayor’s Cup Twenty20

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Sri Lanka and New Zealand played to an historic 1-1 series draw which amidst enthusiastic crowds, launched the first ever international series staged in the United States last weekend.

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Yes, my friends. Ray(co) has finally been bowled! He went home to be with the Lord earlier this week.

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The following cricket issues need the public’s urgent attention. As usual I will try to be factual and fair.

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International cricket is closer in reality to being staged in the United States for the first time. So says United States of America Cricket Association president Gladstone Dainty who also stated that Regions are beginning to appreciate the importance of self reliance rather than wholehearted USACA dependence.

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Talented cricket all-rounder Sudesh Dhaniram is set to lead Atlantis Cricket Club in this year’s Eastern American Cricket Association’s season.

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Season Kicks Off May 7

News April 15, 2010 0

Welcome to another season of Cricket Under The Stars. Cricket under the stars was a huge success last year. With the all-star game and the historic inter county Demerara vs Berbice. Doctors would like to thank all the team’s that participated in the season also all the supporters for... Read more

As one of the most anticipated tournament gets near, the eight teams has selected their squads which includes stars from New York and surrounding States. The tournament will be held on April 10-11 at Whitestone Park in the Bronx. The tournament has prize money of $5000.00 for the winner and $1,500.00 for the runners-up.

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