By John L. Aaron USA Cricket’s Under-19 player Abhijit Chidambar Joshi, recently signed with the United Kingdom’s Painswick Cricket Club in the Gloucestershire Division, and has already established himself as the club’s top scorer. Joshi, who will turn 18 this October, is a right-handed batsman and right-arm off-break bowler.... Read more
The Public School Athletic League (PSAL) of the New York City Department of Education’s high school system held their annual dinner and awards ceremony
The New York Police Department last Saturday launched its third season of its NYPD United Cricket Youth League.
In a bright golden sunny northern California valley last weekend, the North East region’s women’s cricket team shone brighter than its competition in so many ways
Canada and the USA finished in the first and second slots of the 2009 ICC Americas Women’s cricket tournament held in Florida.
By John L. Aaron Team USA was today caught in the middle of a disturbance at the Tribhuvan University cricket ground, as the USA engaged Nepal in a must-win match up to advance to the ICC’s World Cricket League Division 4 Group. From all reports, all members of the... 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
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
By John L. Aaron If the Scotland match was a walk in the park for the USA, then the Ireland match was more like a scary adventure into the forest at night for the USA bowlers, as a pair of massive pedunculate oak trees stood in their way at... Read more