They are not known as Strikers for no good reason. The team from the Bronx and the Commonwealth League struck at the exact right moments to kill off New York Destroyers and capture the Sam’s Foods Twenty20 title in the final at Whitestone Park on Sunday.
None other than recently discarded West Indies fast bowler Jermaine Lawson is helping launch the 2010 New York season which gets cracking this current weekend with the lucrative Sam’s Food Stores Twenty20 showdown currently underway at Whitestone Park in the Bronx.
By Orin Davidson Whether it is the senior or the junior team, there is a recurring theme with the national squads representing the United States in overseas competition. A combination of poor fitness and flawed strategy is robbing the country of the level of success you would expect from... Read more
By Lloyd Jodah The name Singapore has its ancient origins in Sanskrit, with “Singa” derived from the Sanskrit word for “Lion,” whilst “pore” might come from “pura” meaning “city” or “fortress.” The USA team took on the “Lion-city” cricket team, in its effort to get to the next stage... Read more
By John Aaron Team USA with a 2-0 record going into the third match series of the ICC’s World Cricket League Division 5 tournament, won the toss and elected to bat against Jersey, to whom it had lost in 2008. Whether it was the hazy and humid conditions that... Read more
At five feet five inches, he looks anything but a fast bowler. Yet Telston Johnson is more than just an ordinary paceman.
The USA today defeated Scotland by six wickets in the opening match of the ICC 2010 World Twenty20 Qualifying Tournament at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, in the UAE. It was a win that USA cricket needed badly as part of its effort to reestablish its place in... Read more