Cricket Let’s Play USA CALENDAR

CLPUSA WIN CRICKET ACADEMY NYC 2018-19 CALENDAR

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Cricket Let’s Play USA (CLPUSA) is calling all youth in the Tri-State area. We are recruiting cricketers for the following age groups for the 2019 season, No Experience necessary.

Age Group Born After Match Day Series
U-12 9/1/2006 Saturdays 25 Overs
U-14 9/1/2004 Sundays 30-40 Overs
U-16 9/1/2002 Saturdays 40/45 Overs
U-19 9/1/1999 Summer Weekdays/Saturdays 2 Innings/50 Overs/T20

U-12 born after 9/1/2006, 25 over matches on Saturdays, U-14 born after 9/1/2004, 35 over matches on Sundays, U-16 born after 9/1/2002 40 over matches on Saturdays, U-19 born after 9/1/1999 multi-day matches weekdays during the summer in addition to T20 matches as well. Outdoor Training is in session Saturdays call, message, text, WhatsApp 917-266-6396 Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CricketLetsplayUSA/

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QUEENS – 150th Street and Sutter Avenue

May 2019

5/16 Thurs. Practice 6:30pm – 7:30pm

5/18 Sat. International Day at P.S. 199 M 2pm-4pm

5/23 Thurs. Practice 6:30pm – 7:30pm

5/25 Sat. Tour Match at Gateway Oval, Brooklyn 9 am

5/26 Sun. Tour Match at Gateway Oval, Brooklyn 9 am

5/30 Thurs. Practice 6:30pm – 7:30pm

June 2019

6/1 Sat. Practice 2:30 pm – 5pm

6/2 Sun. Matchday III @ CricMax Lions

6/6 Thurs. Practice 6:30pm – Sunset

6/8 Sat. Practice 2:30 pm – 5pm

6/9 Sun. Matchday III v. Dream Cricket Thunder

6/13 Thurs. Practice 6:30pm – Sunset

6/15 Sat. Practice 2:30 pm – 5pm

6/20 Thurs. Practice 6:30pm – Sunset

6/22 Sat. Practice 2:30 pm – 5pm

6/27 Thurs. Practice 6:30pm – Sunset

6/29 Sat. Practice 2:30 pm – 5pm

*Note that dates, times and locations are subject to change*

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CLPUSA has introduced cricket to over 8000 students in the New York Elementary and Middle Schools.

CLPUSA has been featured on One World Sports’ “Out of My League,” – http://tinyurl.com/n7jdaqo 

Contested the NATA Under-13 tournament 2014. 

Concerned Citizen for Change Back to School, District 57 Brooklyn.

2017 – 2018 Participated in East Coast Youth Cricket League

2017 – 2018, Manhattan UWS Cricket Program.

Joins us to prepare to the Travel, Regional and National, Teams and Trials, Leagues and Tournaments. Over the winter CLPUSA conducts coaching programs geared on improving the technical ability of the players. CLPUSA will continue to serve students with the latest and most effective drills and tips on improving their game. Ask about our After School program. 

About CLPUSA Learn Cricket Academy:-

Cricket Let’s Play USA, is inviting Students to learn Cricket, the basics; batting, bowling, catching and fielding, techniques and more in New York City, NY. Students aged 6 years and older are encouraged to register today to be part of the Cricket-Manic Excitement.

Pathways opportunities, to local, regional and national tournaments. Pathways to National Zonal/Regional team and National Youth, Women and Senior Teams. Find a program or build a program near you today call, text or register for more details.

Be registering and participating in the Cricket Let’s Play Program you consent to the Assumption of Risk waiver and Photo Consent Form in addition to rates and tuition as determined by our management committee.

 

 

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Register To Learn Cricket in New York City

Cricket Let’s Play USA PresentsLEARN CRICKET NEW YORK CITY

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Location:  Manhattan and Queens

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West Indies Championship Team Round 6

Devon Smith

This has been a very successful home season for West Indies with triumph over England in the Test and a more than credible showing in the One Day Internationals. On the Domestic Front Leeward Islands Hurricanes have kept pace with perennial champs Guyana Jaguars. Even down the table it all to play for with two rounds to go. With Pride at stake any of the bottom four teams can stake a claim to third place as the Championship battle is now a two horse race.

Please forgive us being distracted by the West Indian Carnival-like romping over England, but we have not forgotten that we are in arrears on the Team of the Round. To roll the pages back to January 31st 2019,

Devon Smith 199 Windwards Volcanoes
Jermaine Blackwood 69 Jamaica Scorpions
Sunil Ambris 79 Windwards Volcanoes
Jason Mohammed 83 Trinidad and Tobago Red Force
Jahmar Hamilton 65 & 41 Leeward Islands Hurricanes
Raymon Reifer 4/64 Guyana Jaguars
Imran Khan 3//22, 3/22 &46 Trinidad and Tobago Red Force
Keemo Paul 3/26, 66 &4/81 Guyana Jaguars
Damion Jacobs 5/42 & 6/62 Leeward Islands Hurricanes
Jerome Taylor 5/28 & 4/31 Jamaica Scorpions
Larry Edwards 5/67 & 2/93 Windwards Volcanoes
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John Wilson Re-elected for Fifth Consecutive Term as President of BCL

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In a historic moment for the Brooklyn Cricket league, John Wilson was again unanimously elected President for a fifth consecutive two-year term at the recently held Biennial General Meeting. Mr. Hammad Syed of Spartans Cricket Club was elected unanimously as Vice President replacing Naveed Babar.

The  following were re-elected unanimously:  Loraine Gibson as Secretary,  Joyce Trotman-Harmon as Treasurer, Sharayar Mian as Assistant Secretary/Treasurer, Albert Punch as Public Relations Officer, and Raquib Chowdhury as Trustee.  Antonio Williamson and Quasim Ghuman were elected  as Trustees replacing Tonique Bynoe and Jeremy Warrick. Waseem Akhter was elected as Floor  Representative, Naveed Babar Chaplin, and Lancelot DeBarros replacing Lennox Johnston as Sargeant-at-Arms.

Twelve of the fourteen member clubs of the Brooklyn Cricket League participated in the electoral process. Mr. Wilton Ricketts conducted the elections as returning officer. Congrats to the incoming executive and best wishes a successful tenure.

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West Indian Championship Fifth Round

Chadwick Walton- Photo courtesy twitter

The West Indian Championship Fifth round had contrasting winners from the previous round. Leeward Islands Hurricanes topped Guyana Jaguars to close the gap on the leaders. Barbados Pride made light work of Trinidad and Tobago Red Force. While Jamaica Scorpions recorded their first victory this season against Windwards Volcanoes.

Batting first Guyana Jaguars posted a modest 196. Christopher Barnwell 58 and Leon Johnson 44 were the main contributors with the bat. Rakheem Cornwall was on the ball as usual, snaring 4/70 alongside Damion Jacobs 3/15 for Leewards. Hurricanes surrendered first innings lead as they fell short at 175. Jacobs 34 not out and Terrence Warde 30 were two among four cameos by the Leewards batsmen. Clinton Pestano 4/50 and Romario Shepherd 3/29 were the chief wicket takers for the Jaguars.

In the second innings Guyana posted a competitive score of 269 to set the Hurricanes 290 for victory. Tagnarine Chanderpaul 40, Shepherd 39 and Pestano 46 not out carried their bats for the Jaguars. Cornwall 6/70 and Jacobs 2/90 led the Leewards bowling attack again for the second time in the match. Montcin Hodge 127 and Keacy Carty 67 provided the platform for the Hurricanes to blow away the perennial giants by two wickets in the end. Veerasammy Permaul tried his best with 4/43, while Keemo Paul and Shepherd supported with two wickets each.

Trinidad and Tobago Red Force returned home following their win over Jamaica Scorpions. But is was the Barbados Pride who enjoyed the better of the exchanges at the Brian Lara Stadium. Batting first Red Force left a lot to be desired as seamer Kevin Stoute bagged 6/35 to restrict Trinidad and Tobago to 170. Only Yannick Cariah with 36 offered any resistance. Pride were able to post a 45 run lead, scoring 215. Shamar Springer and Nicholas Kirton both scored 47 to ensure that Barbados gained first innings rights. Seamers Anderson Phillips 3/73 and Odean Smith 3/32 were the best with the ball for the Red Force.

Trinidad and Tobago’s batting woes continued at their home ground as they were routed for a paltry 103. Imran Khan 25 and Odean Smith 28 did their best to fend off the Barbadian assault. Springer 4/24 and Marquino Mindley 4/47 were the destroyers for the Pride. Barbados lost three wickets getting to the target of 59.

Windwards Volcanoes batted first against cellar place Jamaica Scorpions. The evergreen Devon Smith record his second hundred this season, 124, his 36th First Class ton. Kaveem Hodge scored 56 and Denis Smith 49. For the Scorpions Dennis Bulli bagged 5/94 and Jerome Taylor and Derval Green nabbed two wickets each. Jamaica fell 13 runs short of the total set by the Volcanoes in getting to 272. Chadwick Walton 125, scored his second century this season with Brandon King in tow with 52. Bowling for Windwards, Larry Edwards had 4/79 while Kaveem Hodge and Ray Jordan picked up two wickets each.

Batting a second time the Volcanoes could only manage 198 to set the Scorpions 211. Devon Smith followed up his first innings exploits with 47 as did Kaveem Hodge with 52. Bulli was again the leading wicket taker with 5/54. Walton too, got into the act with 2/10. Walton completed the victory for Jamaica with 79, alongside Brandon King 58. Tyrone Theophile 4/44 lead the Volcanoes’ effort, but it was not enough as the Scorpions won by six wickets.

Chadwick Walton 125 & 79 Jamaica Scorpions
Montcin Hodge 127 Leeward Islands Hurricanes
Devon Smith 124 & 47 Windwards Volcanoes
Keacy Carty 67 Leeward Islands Hurricanes
Brandon King 52 & 58 Jamaica Scorpions
Kaveem Hodge 56 & 52 Windwards Volcanoes
Shamar Springer 47 & 4/24 Barbodos Pride
Clinton Pestano 4/50 & 46 Guyana Jaguars
Rahkeem Cornwall 4/70 & 6/70 Leeward Islands Hurricanes
Kevin Stoute 6/35 & 2/22 Barbodos Pride
Dennis Bulli 5/94 & 5/54 Jamaica Scorpions

 

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West Indian Championship Fourth Round

Anthony Bramble, photo courtesy Flickr

January, 15th 2019

The fourth round of the West Indian Championship featured just two matches as Leeward Islands Hurricanes and Barbados Pride enjoyed a bye round. Guyana Jaguars continued on the path of a runaway freight train with a compelling eight wicket win over Windwards Volcanoes. Jaguars batting first posted 494 for 9 declared, as Anthony Bramble scored his second consecutive century, 168. Tagnarine Chanderpaul carried his bat for 119 not out and Romario Shepherd 72. Josh Thomas was the pick of the bowlers with 4 for 94 and Ray Jordan had 2 for 56. Volcanoes replied with 209 all out, Alick Athanaze 66 and Denis Smith 37. Keemo Paul spearhead the Jaguars’ assault with 6 for 57 alongside Veerasammy Permaul 2 for 38 and Shepherd 2 for 47.

Asked to follow on Volcanoes posted a gallant 361 with Kirk Edwards 138 reminding Caribbean fans of his caliber. Devon Smith 65, and Denis Smith 67 supported the resistance as the Jaguars were set 117 for victory. Paul roared again with 4 for 72, Gudesh Motie had two wickets, with Shepherd, Permaul and Sherfane Rutherford claiming a wicket each. Shirmon Hetmyer scored 61 off 28 balls as Guyana galloped to the target in only 18 overs and three balls.

In the cellar clash at Sabina Park, Kingston Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago Red Force notched their first win this season to stem a hemorrhage of six consecutive defeats. Jamaica Scorpions were on the losing end for the third round in a row, to now sit as the only win-less team after four rounds. Red Force batting first, posted a modest 203 with only a rearguard 78 run eight wicket partnership between Yanick Cariah 61 and Khary Pierre 35 bailing out the Trinbagonians. Nikita Miller was the chief destroyer with 5 for 62 after Rovmon Powell 3 for 40 has dented the Red Force earlier. Oshane Thomas snared 2 for 30. Scorpions had no sting in the tail like Trinidad and Tobago did, as they were demolished for 112. Chadwick Walton scored 35 as he resisted, Anderson Phillips 3 for 26, Khary Pierre 2 for 7, Odean Smith 2 for 14 and Daniel St Clair 2 for 40.

With a first innings lead of 91 Red Force scored 233 to post a moderate target of 325. For Trinidad and Tobago a number of batsmen played cameo innings with Khary Pierre 46 and Darren Bravo 38 the best of the lot. Nikita Miller nabbed 7 for 87 to complete a 12 wicket haul. In reply the Scorpions were out of venom as they succumbed for 167. Only debutant Oraine Williams (56) and Assad Fudadin 35 not out, showed any semblance of a fight. Imran Khan proved the perfect antidote to quell the Scorpions sting as he bagged 5 for 59 with Khary Pierre (3/29) again playing a supporting role to complete a 157 run win for Trinidad and Tobago.

Oraine Williams 52 Jamaica Scorpions
Tagnarine Chanderpaul 117* Guyana Jaguars
Kirk Edwards 138 Windwards Volcanoes Captain
Yanick Cariah 61 Trinidad and Tobago Red Force
Anthony Bramble 168 Guyana Jaguars Player of the Round
Romario Shepherd 72 Guyana Jaguars
Khary Pierre 35, 2/7, 46 & 3/29 Trinidad and Tobago Red Force
Keemo Paul 6/57 & 4/72 Guyana Jaguars
Imran Khan 5/59 Trinidad and Tobago Red Force
Josh Thomas 4/94 Windwards Volcanoes
Miller 5/62 & 7/87 Jamaica Scorpions

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West Indies Championship Third Round Recap

January 8th, 2019,

Montcin Hodge – Photo courtesy ESPNcricinfo

The West Indian Championship (WIC) resumed last weekend following the holiday break. Guyana Jaguars continued their dominance with a comfortable six wicket win over a star studded Barbados Pride. Jaguars scored a mammoth 548 with Chanderpaul Hemraj (144) and Anthony Bramble (130*) leading the charge. Raymon Reifer scored 75 and Sherfane Rutherford 54 in partnerships with Bramble. For the Pride, Ashley Nurse was the pick of the bowlers with 4 for 122. Barbados in reply were asked to follow on after scoring 360, Shane Dowrich top-scored with 81, and Jonathan Carter 68. Veerasammy Permaul picked up 4 for 124 and Reifer 2 for 38 . Following on Pride posted 232 to  set the Jaguars 45 to win with Roston Chase hitting 68 and Dowrich 61. Permaul bagged another 4fer, 4 for 73 and was well supported again by Reifer with 3 for 53. Guyana were sprung a rearguard surprise as Kemar Roach and Miguel Cummins pick up to two wickets each to derail a cruise to the finish, yet is was not enough to avoid Guyana notching their third win in as many matches this term

Like the Jaguars, Leeward Islands Hurricanes made light work of Trinidad and Tobago Red Force. After winning the toss Hurricanes elected to bat first, posting a convincing total of 425. Montcin Hodge led the way with 158, Rakheem Cornwall 65, and Jeremiah Louis support with 51 not out. Pacers Shannon Gabriel and Daniel St Clair nabbed three wickets each for the Red Force. In reply Trinidad and Tobago could only muster 252, with Jeremy Solozano continuing his impressive form with 80, with Bryan Charles scoring 39 down the order. Cornwall snared 4 for 73 and Alzarri Joseph 3 for 80. In the second innings the Hurricanes declared on  168/6 with M. Hodge adding an unbeaten 77 to his first innings ton. Gabriel was again this pick of the bowlers from the Red Force with 3 for 35 while Bryan Charles picked up two wickets. Defending 342 the Leewards, swirled the Trinbagoian side into pandemonium as they were routed for 96. Alzarri Joseph 4 for 22 and Cornwall 4 for 29 leaving the Red Force with much to ponder. Hurricanes winning by 246 runs on the road to jump to second in the standings behind the Jaguars.

Windwards Volcanoes recorded their second consecutive come from behind win as they overturned Jamaica Scorpions’ first innings lead. Scorpions batting first posted 210 with Assad Fudadin 81 and Chadwick Walton 52. Kaveem Hodge picked up 4 for 40 and Jost Thomas 2 for 42. Volcanoes we stung for a paltry 113 as Rovman Powell displayed his venom with the ball with 5 for 23. Jamaica returned 189 to set the Windwards 287 to win. Fudadin added 48 to go along with his first innings top-score, alongside cameos from Jermaine Blackwood 35 and Aldaine Thomas 31. Jost Thomas 4 for 44 and Kaveem Hodge 2 for 34 led the bowling again for the Volcanoes. Facing an imposing total batting last in a day-night affair, Winwards made their way home quite handsomely with five wickets in hand. Kirk Edwards 76, Kaveem Hodge 59 not out and Roland Cato 54 guided the Volcanoes home.

Montcin Hodge (Player of the Round)
158 & 77* Leeward Islands Hurricanes
Chanderpaul Hemraj 144 Guyana Jaguars
Jeremy Solozano 80 & 42 Trinidad and Tobago Red Force
Assad Fudadin 81 & 48 Jamaica Scorpions
Shane Dowrich 81 & 65 Barbados Pride
Anthony Bramble 130* Guyana Jaguars
Kaveem Hodge 4/40, 2/39 & 59* Windwards Volcanoes
Raymon Reifer 75, 2/36 & 3/53 Guyana Jaguars
Rakheem Cornwall 65, 4/73 & 4/29 Leeward Islands Hurricanes
Rovman Powell 5/23 & 2/48 Jamaica Scorpions
Alzarri Joseph 3/80 & 4/22 Leeward Islands Hurricanes

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West Indies Championship Second Round Team

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West Indies Championship (WIC) continued with the full schedule in the second round. There were two coming from behind winners this round, with Windards Volcanoes overturning a deficit to winner on the road against the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force. Barbados Pride gallantly defended 106, bowling our Jamaica Scorpions for 65 after the Jamaicans had gained first innings advantage. Guyana Jaguars made light work of Leeward Island Hurricanes with a compelling nine wicket victory to opening up a early lead on the rest of the pack. The Team of the Round is as follows:-

Jeremy Solozano 104 Trinidad and Tobago Red Force
John Campbell 78 Jamaica Scorpions
Roland Cato 103 Windwards  Volcanoes
Kirk Edwards 55 & 30 Windwards Volcanoes Captain
Vishaul Singh 90 Guyana Jaguars
Paul Palmer 67 Jamaica Scorpions
Imran Khan 7/47 & 4/79 Trinidad and Tobago Red Force
Shane Shillingford 6/74 & 6/73 Windwards Volcanoes
Miguel Cummins 4/19 Barbadoes Pride
Nikita Miller 4/53 & 6/76 Jamaica Scorpions
Jomal Warrican 8/89 & 4/27 Barbadoes Pride Player of the Round

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West Indies Championship First Round Team

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West Indies Championship (WIC) began this past week with a rebranding of what was formerly the West Indies Professional Cricket League. Only two of the three scheduled matches were played as neither Queens Park Oval nor the Brian Lara Academy were available for the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force, Jamaica Scorpions encounter. Leeward Islands Hurricanes opened with a win over perennial giants Barbados Pride. While, Guyana Jaguars hunting the Jamaican record of five consecutive championships started in the same vein with a convincing victory over Windward Islands Volcanoes. The Team of the Round is as follows:-

Tagenarine Chanderpaul 84 Guyana Jaguars
Keacy Carty 114 Leeward Island Hurricanes
Jonathan Carter 63 & 24 Barbadoes Pride
Vishaul Singh 75 Guyana Jaguars
Christopher Barnwell 61* & 2/36 Guyana Jaguars Captain
Alick Athanaze 64* Windward Island Volcanoes
Clinton Pestano 4/46! & 69 & 2/49 Guyana Jaguars Player of the Round
Terrance Warde 4/33 Leeward Island Hurricanes
Hayden Walsh Jr. 5/75 Barbadoes Pride
Alzarri Joseph 4/48 & 3/16 Leeward Island Hurricanes
Veerasammy Permaul 3/13 & 3/56 Guyana Jaguars
Miguel Cummins 2/42 & 3/29 Barbadoes Pride 12th man
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CLPUSA Awards Presentation, Sunday 18th November 2018

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Cricket Let’s Play USA will host its 2018 Awards Presentation on Sunday 18th November from 3pm at the As Saddiq Organization, 117-25 133 Street, South Ozone Park, NY 11420 (iA).

Come and recognize the efforts of our youth cricketers from the entry level, “Pee Wee” five (5) year olds to the U-14’s and more. Awards will be presented in multiple categories. All contributors, volunteers and donors will be recognized as well.

This past season CLPUSA U-14’s contested the East Coast Youth Cricket League (EYCL), with teams from New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and the Maryland DC area. With the U-14’s based in Jamaica, Queens, CLPUSA, continued M-UWS Cricket on the Upper West Side of Manhattan for entry level students.

CLPUSA is currently in Winter Training mode at Storm Indoor Sports Academy, three Saturday per month through Spring 2019. Attendees are asked to Donate/Contribute $50 per Family of two (2) adults and Children under 16, and $30 for (1) adult and children. Food and drink will be served. Dress Code in effect ;- “Elegantly Moderate!”

CLPUSA Calendar: https://vellocricket.net/2017/10/24/cricket-lets-play-usa-calendar-2017-18/

 

 

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Gajanand Singh Has A Passion For American Cricket

Gajanand Singh Announces His Desire to Play for TEAM USA!

Gajanand Singh lifts trophies following two league victories New Jersey

With the Caribbean Premier League (2018) done an dusted, VelloCricket caught up with Gajanand Singh. Singh was one of the breakout picks of CPL 2017 on the back of his UWI T20 performances in 2017. This CPL was not the same for Singh as he was left to stand aside watching all tournament with five internationals and the exploits of Shimron Hetmyer and Sherfane Rutherford carrying the Amazon Warriors to the finals. Singh lamented, “the fact that CPL changed the allowance of international players from four to five was one the key factors that restricted local West Indian talent this season.” Singh he could have made more of a contribution than the likes of Chadwick Walton, who batted much of the tournament out of position in the middle order, which was more suited to Singh. Singh always brimming with confidence, looks back on his opportunities in 2017 when his made his chances count and even more so with the Warriors many a times under pressure.

Singh has had his sights set on Team USA. Singh is eyeing Super 50 as another opportunities and he believes that he can be a cog in USA’s push for promotion at ICC Division III in Oman this November. But with such opportunity comes challenges Gajanand Singh albeit one of the top batsmen on the American circuit for the past three years has never represented USA. Singh is also faced with the question of eligibility, in addition to being named among the notable absentees at the New York Combines this past summer. Singh is currently working on putting any eligibility questions beyond doubt as he stakes his claim to for a run in Associate Cricket. As for the situation at the Combines, Singh states, “that both, eligibility and availability were discussed with Team USA leadership back in June.” Singh did make himself available for the first two days of the Combines scoring a half century in the T20 match. However due to his professional commitments he was unable to attend over the weekend.

Singh believes that US Cricket is a work in progress, which still requires some development. Singh commended that fact that the current setup has a process and that the management team knows the type of individuals they are looking for. Singh is hopeful that Corporate USA can sign on as Cricket continues to develop locally. Singh believes once Corporate America signs on Cricket would truly be able to soar to its really potential.

Gajanand Singh is a big game player, who is confident in his ability. He has the character to carry his team or take his team out of dire situations. Gajanand Singh is a graduate of the 2006 ICC Youth World, where he played alongside, Sunil Narine and Kieron Pollard. Gajanand has always been on the professional cricket circuit plying his trade with Guyana between 2008-2011. UWI T20, CPL in addition to a number or US domestic franchise tournaments had kept Singh on the radar. Singh is certain that he can carry Team USA in this current international cycle ahead of the 2020 T20 World Cup and into the 2023 50 over World Cup, alongside the likes of Ali Khan and Steven Taylor.

 

 

 

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