Maryland Maps Out The Path To Growing Women’s Cricket
Maryland is the leader in American youth cricket participation, and our girls programming is a large part of that. But it wasn’t always this way. Just a few years ago, Maryland, like the rest of the country, had very few girls playing junior cricket. Here’s how that changed, and... Read more
Ellicott City Students Excited To Join the BEST Cricket League

Excitement and jubilation filled the gym at Veterans Elementary School (VES) in Ellicott City, Maryland as the students chanted for their classmates to hit the ball for a six.

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Maryland Youth Cricket Expands With New Age Division, Girls Competition

Maryland Youth Cricket is doing what it does best – growing the game.

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Twelve New Teams Formed As Schools Cricket Competition Expands Into Virginia

Over the past few years, students at Poplar Tree Elementary School in Chantilly, Virginia have expressed an interest in cricket. However, the PE teachers, Carrie Baranowski and Robert Thompson

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MYCA Hosts First-Ever Awards Banquet

On Saturday evening the Maryland Youth Cricket Association (MYCA) held its first-ever annual awards banquet at the Sheraton College Park North.

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Maryland Launches First Girls-Only Cricket League In The USA

The Maryland Youth Cricket Association (MYCA), in conjunction with the Bowie Boys and Girls Club (BBGC), will launch the first girls-only cricket league in the USA.

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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 February 29, nearly 40 excited students turned up to kick off the elementary schools cricket program in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

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As the International Cricket Council (ICC) continue to iron out the many wrinkles, confusion and negativity in USA cricket, it is doing its best to help promote the sport in the USA.

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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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