Tag Archives: Shameer Sadloo

Richmond Hill March On

Eastern American Power 40 Richmond Hill C.C. continued its stellar season at top of Division I with a walk in the park over Hillside S.C. . Hillside batting first found themselves in all sorts of trouble as Richmond Hill captain … Continue reading

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EACA Match of The Week: Richmond Hill’s Bess Shock Protestant Everest

By Dyon Ravello As predicted Richmond Hill’s encounter with league leaders ACS/Everest did not fail to be  a steamy encounter in the sweltering heat at the Cage. Everest won the toss and inserted Richmond Hill to take first strike. Everest … Continue reading

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Richmond Hill Spin Twin Wreck Big Apple

By Royo Sankar Shameer Sadloo and Bactowar Starred with the Ball As a large crowd gathered to witnessed a keenly contested game at the famous Baisley (Cage) were noisy at times supporting their favorite teams. They would not be disappointed, as … Continue reading

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SADLOO BROTHERS DOUBLE TEAM LIBERTY

By Royo Sankar. Richmond Hill cricket club, set and ready for big games ahead as the Division A round robin heats up. Their batsmen pounded Liberty SC for a 300-plus total; their bowling, consistent,  and led by Deryck McDonald with … Continue reading

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POSITIVE HILLSIDE STUN RICHMOND HILL

EACA Division A round robin. By Royo Sankar Whenever these two sides meet there is always some great cricket, so was this encounter, an early inspection of the pitch found moist conditions. However, given first strike Hillside cricket club compiled … Continue reading

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Noble Ton Kills Camelot Dream

Michael Noble scored 116 as Liberty SC chased 240 to win by seven wickets over Camelot. The defeat essentially leaves Camelot with only a mathematical chance of making the Division A grade. Batting first Camelot totaled 240 on the back … Continue reading

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