Regional and National Youth Trials in New York

Promoting the World's Best Game,

Promoting the World’s Best Game,

USACA and the New York Region will be holding U19 trials in preparation for the 2013 ICC Americas U19 tournament and the 2013 youth cricket season respectively. Trials will begin on April 13th and 14th at Gateway Park in Brooklyn and will continue on April 27th and 28th at Van Cortland park in the Bronx. All U19 players born  on or after Sept 1st, 1993 are invited to attend the open trials on said dates.

 
After the 28th of April, players will be selected to continue in the USACA selection process while concurrently, the New York region will be selecting two (2) U19 teams to represent the region against the Atlantic and North East region during the 2013 season. Players are asked to be at both sessions at 930am sharp! Dress code for all sessions will be white clothes and white shoes. Please note that ONLY players attending the trials will be considered for selection.  For registration and more information please contact the NYCR youth coordinator Nigel Harper (516)315-8472, Dyon Ravello (917)266-5395 or Lester Hooper (347)538-2696.
 
All Players between the ages of 13 and 19 are ugre to register!
 
 

 
Player Eligibility Guide:
Born on or after Sept 1, 1993
 
Residency US Citizen by birth or Naturalization OR
 
Has resided for a minimum of 183 days in the USA in each of the 7 immediately preceding years OR
 
Has resided for a minimum of 183 days in the USA in each of the 4 immediately preceding years
 
Player who do not meet the requirement at this time are urge to attend for future consideration
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