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Rules – National Championship !

Below are some of the playing rules & conditions for all of our tournaments. In addition all players are expected to follow the usual standards of sportsmanship, and cricket, and most importantly the rules of your college’s Club Sports. This List is not exhaustive, but just a reminder of some...
Posted 28 Feb 2015 | NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

The 32 Colleges for the 2015 American College Cricket National Championship !

Texas is huge, so its no surprise that 6 Texan colleges are in the National Championship, next is host state Florida with 4, with Canada and Massachusetts having 3 each. 5 colleges will be making their National Championship debut : University of the Fraser Valley, U of Texas Dallas, Northeastern,...
Posted 23 Feb 2015 | NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

Where R They Now? 2015 Captain Tahir Chaudhery, US Army ; 2009 American College Cricket Champion !

In Feb 2015 Tahir Chaudhery became a Captain, US Army. Back in March 2009 Tahir was 1 of about 60 intrepid pioneers who followed a dream, and went to Ft Lauderdale, using their own resources, to play in what they heard would be the first National Championship in colleges, similar...
Posted 20 Feb 2015 | Montgomery College,NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

South West Championship at Smart Choice Moosa Stadium this weekend in Houston !

What a weekend this will be : Valentine’s Day ! For many of these students they will be spending it with their love, cricket at the American College Cricket South West Championship ! American College Cricket and Smart Choice Moosa Stadium coming together will send waves around the cricket world....
Posted 12 Feb 2015 | NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

American Pro Cricket – for the Professional in You !

by David Sentance Lloyd Jodah, known as the founder & President of American College Cricket, in the past 6 years has taken Cricket to amazing, but largely unheralded heights. Whilst doing so he has shown a flare for the integration of cricket in media ranging from newsprint (New York Times,...
Posted 30 Jan 2015 | NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

The American College Cricket World Cup – coming in late 2015 !

With 14 teams getting ready for the ICC World Cup, the cricket world’s attention will be focused on Australia & New Zealand, the host countries in Feb & March. Fans in America will be able to watch on ESPN 3. As they did for the ground breaking 2014 American College...
Posted 19 Jan 2015 | NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

The College Players of the Year & Rohan Kanhai Award winners !

3 main factors decided the American College Cricket Players of the Year: 1 – Performances from the 2014 Nationals, Home & Away season & Regionals.(Stats available on the Crichq tab on our website). Must have played all 3. 2 – work, off & on the field, for American College Cricket...
Posted 16 Jan 2015 | Auburn,Boston University,Harvard,NEWS,Penn State,Universities,USF | 0 Comments

Shuja Naqvi (UH Cougars) going to the Darren Lehmann Cricket Academy !

Former University of Houston Cougars Captain and fast bowler Shuja Navqi will begin a stint at the Darren Lehman Cricket Academy in Australia, on Jan 26,2015. Darren Lehman is the current Coach of the Australian Cricket team. For the 2nd American College Cricket National Championship in 2010 Shuja pulled together...
Posted 14 Jan 2015 | NEWS,U of Houston,Universities | 0 Comments

Newcomers of the Year : Talwar (UCLA) & Malpani (Claremont) !

Every year there are lots of contenders for Newcomer of the Year, because many of you are inspired to start clubs like Shivank Joshi of UM College Park, and become members of American College Cricket like UI Chicago, UI Springfield, Southern Illinois, Temple, FSU (when Sher Tareen took his talents...
Posted 11 Jan 2015 | Claremont Colleges,NEWS,UCLA,Universities | 0 Comments

2014 John Bart King Award winner: Norris Guscott (Harvard) !

The primary purpose of the John Bart King Award is to recognize & encourage our American players who did not grow up with cricket, but chose to learn and play the game – each year the Award to goes to the best. It primarily honors players whose parents did not...
Posted 09 Jan 2015 | Harvard,NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments