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Texas A & M Aggies juggernaut take South West title & stay unbeaten !

Anurag Verma (Texas A & M) The Texas A & M Aggies’ batting was like the New England Patriots offence, a scoring juggernaut ! Their top batsmen had the following scores at the South West Championship :    Anurag Verma 44, 67,54 ; Venkatesh Ravishankar 58,29,39 ; Hamza 32,27, and Ochert Greyvenstein 54*,...

First Day South West regionals ! Action in Texas !

UH Clearlake bowler wrecks a Houston Cougar’s stump  On a cold Texas morning the first South West regional began as players shivered, but proceeded with enthusiasam and passion.   UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON CLEARLAKE vs  TEXAS A & M AGGIES   Texas A & M,the hosts were playing against new team University...

South West regionals this weekend in Texas !

Ramshankar Subramanian,Texas A & M Aggies Cricket Club President  With the National Championship just around the corner in March, teams in Texas are getting ready to make their mark ,warming up with the first South West Championship on Jan 28 & 29.  Texas A & M, Texas Tech, University of...

Aggies’ Pradeep Gudlur – a 2011 Club President of the Year !

At the 2011 Spring Break Championship American College Cricket President Lloyd Jodah spoke with many of the teams and gave them a blueprint on how to seek more resources from their schools, including a cricket field.   Pradeep Gudlur and the Texas A & M Aggies Cricket Club listened. Disappointed as they were at...
Posted 11 Jan 2012 | NEWS,Texas A & M | 0 Comments

South West regionals confirmed for Jan 28 & 29 !

The American College Cricket South West Championship has been confirmed for Jan 28 & 29, 2012. It will be held on the Texas A & M University campus, utilising the Aggies Cricket club’s new cricket field.   TV Asia will follow up its televising of the Northeast & Mid Atlantic Championship...
Posted 18 Dec 2011 | NEWS,Texas A & M,Texas Tech,U of Houston,U of Houston Clearlake | 0 Comments

College Football Wk 2 – how our colleges did !

Two members of the 2010 American College Cricket Southeast Champion team, with Daisy. Auburn was last season’s National Champions in college Football, and have continued their winning ways,even without Cam Newton The Aggies Cricket Club raised $ 574 “hawking” at their college football game – a definite win ! They...
Posted 15 Sep 2011 | Auburn,NEWS,OTHER STUFF,Texas A & M | 0 Comments

Texas A & M Aggies Cricket to get own field ! How they did it !

The Texas A & M Aggies Cricket team was disappointed at narrowly not making the final four at nationals – the 2011 American College Cricket Spring Break Championship ; though undefeated they earned less points than the winner of their group and did not advance. However the Aggies took their...
Posted 23 Jul 2011 | NEWS,Texas A & M | 3 Comments

Spotlight for the Aggies !

The Aggies (fielding) at the 2011 American College Cricket Spring Break Championship The Texas A & M Aggie Cricket Club has been selected for the Organizational Spotlight from May 2- May 16.  The Aggie Cricket Club is being featured on the Department of Student Activities facebook page www.facebook.com/stuact , as well as on the...
Posted 02 May 2011 | NEWS,Texas A & M | 0 Comments

Spring Blossoms & Cricket on Campus !

Cricket is blooming all over college campuses (or should that be campi ?), and reinforces the fact that this game is the most versatile and flexible. In fact the Gators recently completed a Double Wicket Competition ! Here are 3 Events that have happened, or will happen soon:  TEXAS A & M –...
Posted 15 Apr 2011 | NEWS,Rutgers,Texas A & M,University of Florida | 1 Comment

Baiju Shah in Texas Tech’s Daily Toreador “the players were treated like world class athletes”. More photos !

In addition to playing in a world-class stadium, Baiju Shah (Tezas Tech) said,” the players were treated like world-class athletes.” “You get the same feelings and the same facilities the international professional players get,” Shah said. “We even have uniforms that made us look like professionals playing a professional game.” Playing...
Posted 30 Mar 2011 | NEWS,Texas A & M,Texas Tech | 0 Comments