USA Cricket Combines – 2016

The 2016 USA Cricket Combine application process is now open.

icc-americas-cricket-combine-p-cmykThe Combines aim to identify the best talent in the USA, and provide senior male, female and U-17 players with the opportunity to test themselves against the best in the country. 

The Combines will take place during April, May and June in 8 cities, as follows:

 Venue  Combine Date  Player Type   Applications close
 Los Angeles  April 7 – 10  Senior Men only  March 21st
 San Francisco  April 14 – 17  Female & U17 only  March 28th
 Fort Lauderdale  April 21 – 24  Female, U17 & Senior Men  April 4th
 Houston  May 5 – 8  Female, U17 & Senior Men  April 18th
 Chicago  May 12 – 15  Female, U17 & Senior Men  April 25th
 Washington DC  May 19 – 22  Female, U17 & Senior Men  May 2nd
 New Jersey  June 2 – 5  Senior Men only  May 16th
 New York  June 9 – 12  Female, U17 & Senior Men  May 23rd

Should you wish to apply to attend one of the Combines, please click on the below link:

Applicants can only attend one of the Combines, so please select the one most convenient to you. 

In addition, applicants must also be eligible to represent the USA (see eligibility criteria on the website).

The Combine program will also provide opportunities for local coaches to be involved alongside the high-profile coaches that will be brought in to assist.  Like the players, all interested coaches need to apply online (see link below) to be considered.

The USA Cricket Combines will be coordinated by ICC Americas, in collaboration with the USA cricket community.

If you want to test yourself against the best, apply now.  For California and Florida, please note your Combines are fast approaching!

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