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Saturday, April 25, 2015
Trio Feature in Cardiff-Newport Match

Terryn Fray
Cardiff CC - 1st XI 272/7 Newport CC, Wales - 1st XI 109/7

In a match that featured three Bermuda cricketers, Stefan Kelly suited up for Cardiff, while Kamau Leverock and Terryn Fray played for Newport.

Cardiff won the toss and elected to bat, they scored 272/7 in their allotted 45 overs, with Kelly scoring 3 before he was run out by Fray, while Leverock was also involved in a run out.

In reply Newport were 109/7 after 34 overs before rain abandoned the match, Fray was out for 21 off 37 balls, he hit two fours, while Leverock was out for two caught off the bowling of Kelly. Kelly finished with figures of 6-1-17-2.
Friday, April 24, 2015
Maybury Helps Newport Win

Greg Maybury and his Newport CC, Wales 1st XI teammates took on Kamau Leverock’s Cardiff UCCE - 1st XI teammates in a Friendly recent, however Leverock did not play.

Newport won the toss and elected to field, they bowled Cardiff all out for 162 in 40.5 overs, Maybury finished with figures of 9-1-28-1.

In reply Newport scored 164/5 in 39 overs, Maybury did not bat in the inning.

Thursday, April 23, 2015
Canada Name Americas Twenty20 Team

Kelly will be hoping to bowl Cheema Again
All-rounder Rizwan Cheema will lead Canada at the Pepsi ICC Americas Division One Twenty20 Tournament in Indianapolis from May 3rd – 10th, while Hamza Tariq will be his deputy.

Along with Canada the tournament will feature Bermuda, Surinam and USA. The top two teams will advance to the 2015 ICC World T20 Qualifier to be held in Ireland and Scotland from July 3rd – 26th, 2015.

Prior to the Indianapolis tournament, the team will travel to Houston, Texas for training and also to play three T20 matches against an invitational XI which will include international players.

Some players who were considered for selection to the Canada squad were unavailable due to work commitments.

Canada Squad

Rizwan Cheema - captain
Hamza Tariq - vice captain
Amarbir Hansra
Cecil Pervez
Farhan Malik
Junaid Siddiqui
Khurram Chohan
Navneet Dhaliwal
Nikhil Dutta
Nitish Kumar
Ruvindu Gunasekera
Saad Bin Zafar
Satsimranjit Dhindsa
Srimantha Wijeyeratne

Mukesh Narula - Head Coach

Manzoor Chaudhary - Manager
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Division 1 T20 Championship Schedule Announced

Islandstats.com can confirm that there is under 2 weeks remaining until the start Pepsi ICC Americas Division 1 Twenty20 Championships, scheduled for Indianapolis, USA from May 3rd – 10th.

Bermuda, Canada and Suriname will join hosts USA in what is expected to be a tightly fought series. The matches will be played at World Sports Park, Indianapolis.

The top 2 ranked teams in this tournament will be promoted to the 2015 ICC World T20 Qualifiers, to be held in Ireland and Scotland from July 9th – August 11th 2015.


May 03rd – Canada v Suriname, USA v Bermuda
May 04th – Canada v Bermuda, USA v Suriname
May 05th – Canada v USA, Bermuda v Suriname
May 06th – Rain Day (no scheduled matches)
May 07th – USA v Bermuda, Canada v Suriname
May 08th – USA v Suriname, Canada v Bermuda
May 09th – Bermuda v Suriname, USA v Canada
May 10th – Rain Day (no scheduled matches)
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Park to Debut ICC Americas Tournament

Cricket Ground or Golf Course
The first major cricket match at the new World Sports Park in Indianapolis will be played between Canada and Suriname on Sunday, May 3rd in the opening match of the ICC Americas Division One Twenty20 tournament, according to Peter Della Penna who is ESPNcricinfo's USA correspondent.

In what can be described from the photo the field resembles more of a Golf Course than a Cricket Ground.

USA's first match on the turf pitch will take place that same day, when the defending champions take on Bermuda in the afternoon. The Central Broward Regional Park in south Florida had hosted the tournament on three occasions in the last seven years but the ICC opted to stage this year's event at a venue far from America's traditional cricket strongholds on the east and west coasts.

According to a source in the mayor's office, a pitch curator from New Zealand is expected to arrive this week to work on final preparations for the turf strips that will be used for the tournament.

This allows the person less than 14 days to prepare a wicket that is expected to stand up for six days of cricket at 80 overs per day.

The double-round robin event will feature six days of cricket with two matches per day on the same field. The facility does not have international standard floodlights but there should be plenty of time to get both matches in with local sunset time at 8.40pm from the first day.

The $5 million WSP complex, eight miles east of downtown Indianapolis, is located in a residential zone adjacent to a private airport. It was initially supposed to have a final cost of $6 million but a fourth multi-purpose athletic field was not fully developed and plans to build a pavilion with food concession stands were also scrapped, according to a report in the Indianapolis Business Journal.

The cutbacks were made in June 2014, only a month after the city of Indianapolis terminated a three-year hosting agreement to stage the USACA T20 National Championships. The Indianapolis mayor's office had expected the partnership to be a revenue-generating event for the city in conjunction with a television rights deal, which eventually fell through.

The USACA National Championship was slated to be the first major tournament at the WSP in August 2014, instead of the ICC tournament. The Indianapolis mayor's office blamed a breakdown in communication with USACA - following the resignation of former CEO Darren Beazley in March 2014 - as one of the main reasons for breaking off their hosting agreement for the National Championship.
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