Ramesh & Zafar smash 100s ! Penn State, Virginia Tech, Auburn, Penn, UT Arlington, Ryerson, USF, Syracuse win !

The first day of the American College Cricket National Championship saw 2 scintillating Centuries scored in 8 matches, with 2 other scores over 50, as 8 college teams registered wins ! - First Sai Ramesh of U of South Florida struck 101  in 51 balls, with 11 fours & 5 sixes...
Posted 12 Mar 2014 | NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

Points, Format, Rosters, Sponsors, Fields, Conduct etc

1. ROSTERS - Teams may include Undergrads, Masters & PhD students, with 2014 Graduates counting as ‘current students’. A maximum of 2 alumni may be in the playing XI (where school rules permit). NO exceptions. All players must be verified by the appropriate College Official. - 2. Every club should publicize the live broadcast...
Posted 06 Mar 2014 | NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

ESPN & TV Asia to broadcast American College Cricket Finals LIVE !

For immediate release: February 26, 2014 TV Asia – the Exclusive Broadcast partner of American College Cricket – is pleased to announce an agreement with ESPN3 that will deliver the American College Cricket National Championship Finals live on Sunday March 16, 2014 from the magnificent Broward County Stadium in Fort...
Posted 26 Feb 2014 | NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

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

Neel Patel (South Alabama) – a Player to Watch at the Nationals !

The University of South Alabama Jaguars, like most American College Cricket clubs, really got going as a sports club because of a passionate student-leader who wanted to give back something to the game he loved, working with the guidance & motivation of American College Cricket. So it was Nikilkumar ‘Neel’ Patel began an official team in...
Posted 21 Feb 2014 | NEWS,U of South Alabama,Universities | 0 Comments

Hassan Mirza (Ryerson)- Coming in from the Cold ! Player to Watch at Nationals!

Hassan Mirza has been one of our top wicket takers since he took the initiative to start the Ryerson cricket club,and began playing American College Cricket in 2011. He led Ryerson in their first games on TV, in 2 North East Championship wins, for the Deryck Jodah Trophy. They also made the Quarter Finals in both American College...
Posted 16 Feb 2014 | NEWS,Ryerson University,Universities | 0 Comments

Video – Hit Wicket Sports Bar – a tasty Destination !

Hit Wicket Restaurant & Sports Bar is a must visit for any cricket fan, and sports fans generally in the New England area ! You can watch International cricket & all major sports on the giant TV screens. American College Cricket President Lloyd Jodah visited last Fall, and had an...
Posted 14 Feb 2014 | Harvard,NEWS | 0 Comments

Divya Patel (Arkansas State) – a Player to Watch at the Nationals !

Arkansas State University’s Divya Patel burst onto the American College Cricket stage in 2012, earning recognition as a College Player of the Year, and Club President of the Year ! With American College Cricket help, he started a club at ASU and within months made it to the National Championship...
Posted 13 Feb 2014 | Arkansas State,NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

Duane George (Rutgers) – A Player to Watch at the Nationals !

Duane George (Rutgers) exploded onto the American College cricket stage when, on his debut he made 113* last October at the North East Championship, played for the Deryck Jodah Trophy ! As Duane said. “It was great to be recognized for that achievement. That was my first century since I have been...
Posted 09 Feb 2014 | NEWS,Rutgers,Universities | 0 Comments

Rahul ‘Rocky” Bhanut (UMBC) – a Player to Watch at the Nationals !

Rahul Bhanut  made his American College Cricket debut, as well as his debut for UMBC, at the Mid Atlantic Regional Championship, blasting 108 in 70 balls, with 8 fours and 6 sixes, it was a smorgasbord of powerful strokes ! The 6 feet tall 185 lbs Bhanut delighted spectators with a plethora of...
Posted 06 Feb 2014 | NEWS,UMBC (Maryland),Universities | 0 Comments