USA Global Cricket Academy (USAGCA) is a member of the United States of America Cricket Association (USACA). The USAGCA will be undertaking a tour of India, involving Under-13, Under-15, Under-17, Under-19 and Under-23 youths, from December 18, 2015 to January 4, 2016. Selected players will get a chance to play at International venues in India, such as Gujarat, Karnataka and Tamilnadu, and in Sri Lanka at Colombo.
Players’ selection will depend on their past and current performances at the local and international levels. Trials will be conducted by coaches appointed by USAGCA and these coaches will accompany the teams on the tour. All U-13 to U-23 High Performance players who wish to be considered for this tour should contact Rahul Sharma, Global Operations Manager or Ashok Patel, President and Founder of USAGCA at Rahul@usacricketacademy.org or email@example.com Details of the Trials will be posted online at – www.usacricketacademy.org
Flights for eligible players will be booked by October 30, 2015. All lodging, meals and transportation will be provided by USAGCA.
The USAGCA is seeking sponsorship to enable these young, talented players to go on this tour. Potential sponsors are asked to contact Ashok Patel, President or Rahul Sharma, Global Operations Manager at email: firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone: 908-842-4393 or 732-688-9117. USACA wishes USA Cricket Academy much success in this endeavor to promote and enhance Youth Cricket in the US.
USAGCA’s number one goal is to prepare more professional young cricketers in the USA to represent the country at International events. Since the academy was launched in 1999, it has won the ICC 2003 Global Award for Best Junior Development Initiative.
The Academy is a proud member of several more national Cricket related organizations in USA including USACA. A few of them hold elected positions with administrative or management responsibilities to support cricket in USA.
Over the years USAGCA with the vision “BUILDING GREAT CRICKET PROFESSIONALS” has had a long and distinguished association with the USA junior cricket teams, like the U13 team to Barbados in 2003, Four Under-18 teams to Trinidad, U-15 and U-19 teams to Wales, Four U-19 teams to the Sir Garfield Sobers Tournament in Barbados, and the U-18 team tour to India and Sri Lanka during 2006.
After USAGCA resumed their youth cricket International tours with the 2014-15 Grand Tour of India for U-17 and U-19 teams, and the recently concluded U-13 U-15 U-18 teams Guyana Tour, the Academy is planning for more International tours and a National Membership program.