Sean Stanislaus Looks To Make American Combine Count

SeanSean Stanislaus started his cricket career as a fourteen year old opening batsman at the renowned Queens Park Cricket Club, Trinidad and Tobago. Dubbed a future Trinidad and Tobago Captain by former West Indies batsman and Queens Park Cricket Administrator, Bryan Davis, Stanislaus has always been destined to succeed in cricket. Davis even compared Stanislaus to the now globetrotting cricket superstar Dwayne Bravo.

In 2001 Stanislaus made the switch from the Twin Island republic to the United States of America to pursue a better education. In 2012 on his return to Queens Park, Stanislaus learned that his departure in 2001 was just mere days before a call up to Trinidad and Tobago national trials. It would be another six years before Stanislaus found cricket again. In 2007 Stanislaus joined Global Cricket Club of the Millennium Cricket League, one of the most competitive and near professional leagues in the North East. Stanislaus has been a core member on Global since, dominating the League with six 40 over titles and seven twenty/20 titles. Stanislaus has even led Global with former First Class and Test Players such as Sudesh Dhaniram, Niel Mc Garrell, Kevin Darlington and Jermaine Lawson.

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Stanislaus has shown that he has longevity and commitment to stick with one club for an extend duration. In 2008 he joined the established GWIA of the Garden State Cricket League, one of the toughest, if not the most challenging league in the North East and the Nation. Stanislaus featured as a match winner alongside Mc Garrell season after season scoring two hundred and five fifties lifting the championship two times and was League MVP in 2012. Stanislaus exploits did not go unseen whether it be, his batting, wicket keeping or seam bowling. In 2008 he was rewarded with a selection to the Atlantic Region Team for the USACA Eastern Conference Tournament and has played at the regional level ever since. In 2014 Stanislaus walked out at the USACA National Championship as the Atlantic Region captain showcasing his leadership ability at the national level.

Apart from being a standout at the club and regional level Stanislaus has been a consistent figure at the US Open, Radiant Info Twenty/20 among other marquee tournaments across the land. Stanislaus is the fifth top run scorer in the history of the Millennium Cricket League with 2906 runs (40-Overs). Like the best students of the game Stanislaus can bat, bowl, wicket-keep and lead, and is seen by his contemporaries as a true asset to the US national program.

*Sean Stanislaus brings batting from 9:24 and is wearing #10 shirt

Major Teams: Atlantic Region, Bedessee Destroyers, Global CC, Berbice Royals, GWIA, Richmond Hill CC, Gymkhana CC, and Queens Park Cricket Club

OVERALL 40 OVER CAREER:

M            I               NO         Runs      HS           Avg        100         50           CT          

184         172         11           4587       144         28.49     5              23           64          

O             Runs      M            W            BBI         5W         10W       Avg        SR          

550         4004       79           194         6/36       1              0              20.64     17.10    

MILLENNIUM CRICKET LEAGUE CAREER

http://www.millenniumcricketleague.com/Home/ShowPlayer.aspx?pid=1144

GARDEN STATE CRICKET LEAGUE CAREER.

http://www.dreamcricket.com/gsclnj/PlayerDetails.aspx?Uid=13928

CRICKET LEAGUE OF NEW JERSEY CAREER

http://www.dreamcricket.com/clnj/PlayerDetails.aspx?Uid=7725

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