Maryland 16U Trophy To Be Known As ‘Frank Islam Cup’

The Maryland Youth Cricket Association (MYCA) is pleased to announce that the championship trophy for its statewide 16U competition will be renamed the Frank Islam Cup.

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Eight New Youth Pitches Constructed Since 2015

Faced with a critical lack of cricket infrastructure for youth players in 2013, the Maryland Youth Cricket Association (MYCA) chose to swim against the tide.

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When Michael Lentz joined the Physical Education Department at Bonnie Branch Middle School in Howard County, Maryland, he saw that cricket was on the curriculum. He said to himself, “Cricket? Oh, I’m not going to do that.”

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On January 21, the Board of Education for Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) had its second meeting of the year. During that meeting, Dr. Kevin Maxwell, Chief Executive Officer, paid tribute to Sham Chotoo

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Students from Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) are helping to popularize an uncommon sport in the United States, as players in the nation’s first-ever elementary and middle school cricket leagues.

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When PE teachers Allyson Sabia and Ryshelle Weaver decided to attend a cricket demonstration, they did not realize this would be a game changer for them.

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It was a cool, fall, October morning with the temperature hovering around 59 degrees. Excitement was brewing in the air as the 5th graders at Glenn Dale Elementary School (GDES) in Glenn Dale, Maryland were getting ready for their first cricket match.

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During the week of August 31, Sham Chotoo of the Bowie Boys & Girls Club and the Maryland Youth Cricket Association visited the Chesapeake Math & IT

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