Orange County Cricket Association (OCCA) was formed in 2007 with a mission to promote cricket in Orange County, to encourage the development of quality cricket, and to make sure the game is played in a dignified and friendly manner, keeping

The Cricket League of New Jersey (CLNJ) is New Jersey’s largest hard ball cricket league, and has been providing opportunities for cricket enthusiasts to play competitive league cricket in New Jersey since 2000. The league started with 16 teams in

The Midwest Cricket Conference is one of the oldest and largest cricket leagues in the country. While it may have grown from humble roots – MWCC was established in 1965 with 6 teams based out of Chicago – it has

The Massachusetts State Cricket League was founded in 1906 and has been in continuous operation since the early 1960s. MSCL is a non-profit, recreational organization comprised of players, members and volunteers who share an interest in the game of cricket from

Just back from his trip to Florida for the 2013 national tournament, ACF CEO Jamie Harrison arrives in Southern California this week for three days of discussions with area cricket leaders. Highlights of the CEO’s trip include his address to

The Southern Connecticut Cricket Association was formed in 2001 with teams from Bridgeport, Norwalk, Danbury, New Haven & Waterbury due to the increasing number of cricket enthusiasts in Southern Connecticut. Today, along with the towns mentioned above, the SCtCA also

Jacksonville’s Leather Ball League In the summer of 2001, a handful of cricket enthusiasts, predominately from the Asian sub-continent, drawn together by their common passion for the game of cricket with the ambition to enjoy continuous and competitive cricket, formed

The American Cricket Federation has received the following statement from former Australia Test Cricketer of the Year Damien Martyn: “I first came across Jamie Harrison a few years ago via social media and what struck me was his passion and

Where Cricket is a Community Event! Michigan is blessed to have a pretty diverse community from South Asia and some other parts of the world. There is a very strong community of Pakistanis, Indians, and Bangladeshis that are always eager

MWCC beat FCC by 5 wickets. More to follow …