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Adrian Gordon-’steams in like he overheard the batsman saying something about his mother’

The Nottingham Post in England wrote about Adrian Gordon in 2011 : “Adrian steams in like a man who’s just overheard the batsman saying something untoward about his mother. His action is less about honed fluidity, more about barely contained aggression.” - A superb compliment for a man who was American College Cricket’s fastest...
Posted 22 Feb 2014 | NEWS,NYU,Universities | 0 Comments

Final four for North East Championship !

  Five new college teams put on their American College Cricket uniforms to establish a foundation for cricket in their schools. Passion and love for the game brought them from as far as Massachusetts and upstate NY, as well as nearby NJ.   A total of 10 teams battled on...

North East Conference teams set ! Semis & Finals on TV again.

1st North East Champs Rutgers in 2010,with 2008 Ms Teen Bahamas Shanae. Last year the North East Championship became the first ever cricket to be televised in USA & Canada as American College Cricket once more, this time with TV Asia, raised the bar for the game.    Rutgers and...
Posted 09 Sep 2012 | NEWS,NYU,Rutgers,Universities | 0 Comments

Adrian Gordon (NYU-Poly) to play in Australia, after English season !

Gordon batting at the groundbreaking 2011 North East Championship- the first televised cricket in the USA & Canada American College Cricket player all rounder Adrian Gordon is having a great time since he graduated from NYU-Polytechnic in Brooklyn with his degree.  First the fiery fast bowler went to Antigua to play...
Posted 15 Aug 2012 | NEWS,NYU,Universities | 0 Comments

Adrian Gordon practices with WI & England ! Leads Skegness to top of League!

Adrian Gordon (NYU-Poly) & what he looks like charging in to bowl  Adrian Gordon has practised with the West Indies and England teams at Nottingham, and last Tuesday with the MCC side at Lords according to reports! He’s seen 2 Tests, at Lords and Trent Bridge, so he’s having a jolly time. ...
Posted 14 Jun 2012 | NEWS,NYU | 0 Comments

Adrian Gordon (NYU-Poly) signs to play 2012 season in England !

After catching the eye of American College Cricket President Lloyd Jodah at a practice game, Adrian Gordon worked with Lloyd to start a cricket club at NYU- Polytechnic University, to play in the 2010 American College Cricket Spring Break Championship. - Then in the first Northeast regional Gordon led NYU-Poly to the...
Posted 18 Dec 2011 | NEWS,NYU | 0 Comments

3rd TV Game : Ryerson University wins Northeast Championship !

 In the 3rd TV game in American and Canadian history, Toronto’s Ryerson University took on NYU-Polytechnic.   The two teams faced off on TV Asia on Sat Nov 12, in the Finals of the American College Cricket Northeast Championship, and an opportunity to zoom up the rankings, maybe even to number 1...
Posted 14 Nov 2011 | CRICKET TV,NEWS,NYU,Ryerson University | 0 Comments

More TV Cricket – Finals of Northeast C’ship ! Southeast C’chip at CBRP !

Adrian Gordon bowling vs Ryerson. Batsman is Rahat The groundbreaking televising of cricket in USA & Canada continues this Saturday Nov 12, at 7 pm on TV Asia, with the Finals of the American College Cricket Northeast Championship !  Frrom 10 teams we have the Final two : NYU –...

Thrilling 1st match on TV ! 4 runs to win in 2 balls ! What happened next ?

Saturday Oct 29,in the annals of world cricket will be looked back on as one of the most important days – Rutgers University played NYU-Polytechnic on TV in USA and Canada.   And what a game it was ! Coming down to the last over, the last ball !  ...
Posted 30 Oct 2011 | NEWS,NYU,Rutgers | 0 Comments

Sat Oct 29, 7pm on TV Asia : Rutgers vs NYU-Poly, historic first !

Though largely unknown now, in 1844 one of the most signicficant events in world history happened in New York City. For the first time two countries did battle, not on a battle field, but on a playing field. The event was the first ever international sports event – a cricket...
Posted 27 Oct 2011 | CRICKET TV,NEWS,NYU,Rutgers | 0 Comments