QUCA Winter Program starts December 2nd

Cricket is one of the fastest growing sports in the New York area, and in an effort to keep up with the demand to equip youngsters with the techniques of the game, the Queens United Cricket Academy (QUCA)

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QUCA Set For 2017 Spring And Summer Cricket Programs

As you know, cricket is one of the fastest growing sports in New York City area, and in an effort to keep up with the demand to equip youngsters with the techniques of the game

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QUCA Set to Tour Barbados

Queens United Cricket Academy (QUCA) located in Queens, NY will take squads of young cricketers from various age groups across the USA on tour to Barbados, West Indies

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QUCA Winter Program Starts This December

Cricket is one of the fastest growing sports in the New York area, and in an effort to keep up with the demand to equip youngsters with the techniques of the game, the Queens United Cricket Academy (QUCA)

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Cricket is one of the fastest growing sports in New York area, and in an effort to keep up with the demand to equip youngsters with the techniques of the game, the Queens United Cricket Academy (QUCA) is living its motto, “Inspiring Tomorrow’s Cricketers Today.”

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The Queens United Cricket Academy (QUCA) currently conducting its winter 2015-2016 indoor program, is proud to announce that Chris Finley and Paul Carufe have joined the academy as physical trainer and fielding coach respectively

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In order to build an interest in cricket amongst youngsters and to teach them the techniques of the sport, Queens United Cricket Academy (QUCA) located at Idelwild Cricket Ground in Rosedale, Queens, NY

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In order for mainstream America to adopt another summer pastime (cricket), the cricket fraternity must concentrate its efforts on harnessing the interest of the youngsters.

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By Sam Sooppersaud A couple of years ago, the President of the United States of America Cricket Association (USACA), Mr. Gladstone Dainty, published an article in which he openly said that the only way cricket can become a mainstream sport in America is if we can get the native... Read more