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GWU Roadtrip to the Fighting Scots

Roadtrip Blog by Hugo Scheckter (GWU) -who resigned today as President of the GWO Cricket Club, to spend more time with his family (?). We met at 6pm on Friday and loaded our bags into our two cars for the 7 hour drive to Wooster, Ohio. The minivan was tightly...

CMU’s cricket team asked to play memorial game for police officers

Carnegie Mellon’s cricket team hosted a benefit match last Saturday at noon for three Pittsburgh police officers who lost their lives last year. All three of the officers loved baseball and had been interested in cricket due to the similarities between the two sports. With this in mind, the police...
Posted 11 Apr 2010 | Carnegie Mellon U,NEWS | 1 Comment

All America 1st Team announced !

Steve Kalloo, Umpire since 1989 (WICUA/USCUA), has officiated  International games and has spent decades watching Test and First Class cricket. Umpire Kalloo said the fielding at the 2010 American College Cricket Spring Break Championship was “some of the best fielding I have seen…..as good as Test level “. Hassan Choghtai’s catch in the VOA...

Wooster hosts GWU and CMU – Results

WOOSTER, Ohio, April 8 – The College of Wooster Cricket Club hosted teams from George Washington University and Carnegie Mellon University last weekend for a three-team “mini-tournament” on the Wooster campus. In the first match of the day vs GWU, Wooster alumnus Anoop Parik and junior Shiladitya Roy batted well...

Fighting Scots Triangular Cricket Series -Wooster,GWU & CMU

Maaz Tasneem Khan,Wooster Captain Fresh from the 2010 American College Cricket Spring Break Championship, College of Wooster invited George Washington U and Carnegie Mellon U Cricket Clubs to play in a Triangular Series at Wooster.   With much needed support and interest from the students of this college, Wooster will play George Washington...

2009 National Championship – the Beginning !

Montgomery College (MD) Takes Home The Chanderpaul Trophy March 24th, 2009 A day like this was made for cricket, beautiful blue skies with clouds of white and temperatures around 78 degrees. The Finals of the first American College Cricket Spring Break Championship got underway for the Chanderpaul Trophy in Lauderhill,...