USACA Launches League Champions Trophy

USACALAKE WORTH, FLORIDA: For the first time in US cricket history, the top clubs around the country will have a chance to compete for $100,000 in prize money and the national USACA League Champions Trophy.

At the end of the summer season, the top two clubs from every USACA member league will compete in a playoff in their respective regions. The top two clubs from each regional playoff will advance to the finals in Florida from November 12-15, 2015. Regional winners will be awarded $2,500, airfare to Florida, hotel accommodation, breakfast and lunch. Regional runner-ups will be awarded hotel accommodation, breakfast and lunch.

At the USACA League Champions Trophy Finals in Florida, 12 teams will compete for the top prize of $50,000 while the runner-up, third and fourth place teams will receive $20,000, $10,000, and $5,000, respectively.

PRIZES

Regional Playoff Winners:

 $2,500 per club

 Airfare to Florida for up to 16 persons

 Hotel, breakfast, and lunch for up to 16 persons in Florida

Regional Playoff Runner-Ups:

 Hotel, breakfast, and lunch for up to 16 persons in Florida

FINALS:

 1 st Place – $50,000

 2nd Place – $20,000

 3rd Place – $10,000

 4th Place – $ 5,000

The Champions Trophy will help to drive the improvement and appeal of domestic cricket. The tournament opens up a pathway for clubs who play all season long to be rewarded for their hard work. Contact: Sankar Renganathan | Executive Secretary, USA Cricket Association | 1.734.252.9927 | sankarrenganathan@gmail.com

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