SCCA elects executive

SCCA elects executive

In last month’s elections, Kamal Azeez was reelected as President of Southern California Cricket Association (SCCA).  The SCCA executive is as follows – Kamal Azeez – President Nazim Shirazi – VP Steven Day – 2nd VP Dr. Asif Ahmad – Secretary Nasim Khan –

The American Cricket Federation (ACF) extends its heartfelt sympathy to those who lost loved ones, and encouragement to the affected, as a result of Hurricane Sandy. Our sincere appreciation to the first responders and civic-minded citizens who pitched in to

ACF held its inaugural T20 tournament on October 6, 7 and 8, 2012 on natural turf wickets at the Woodley Cricket Complex. Eight teams took part in the tournament – Minnesota Cricket Association (MCA), Michigan Cricket Association (MichCA), Cricket League

  The American Cricket Federation (ACF) said today that preparations were in full swing ahead of the Inaugural T20 tournament.   The tournament, to be played over the Columbus Day weekend (October 6-8), has attracted eight leagues from across the country. “We

SG, the leading Indian cricket brand, has signed on as the Equipment Sponsor for ACF’s Inaugural T20 tournament hosted by SCCA this weekend (October 6-8). Kamal Azeez, President of SCCA announced today that the tournament will be played with the

Southern California Cricket Association, the biggest cricket league on USA’s west coast, expressed its support for the American Cricket Federation (ACF) and its guiding principles.   Founded in 1935, SCCA comprises 48 teams playing in five divisions, its reach extending from Santa Barbara in the

The Inaugural T20 Tournament presented by the American Cricket Federation and hosted by Southern California Cricket Association at Woodley Park in Los Angeles has attracted a host of teams from across USA. This first ever national level inter-league T20 tournament

NJ Softball Cricket League (NJSBCL) became the first heavy tennis ball league to express support for ACF. ACF‘s constitution provides for inclusive representation on its governing bodies to allow cricket stakeholders to build the future of cricket.   “Our constitution is

        A key component of American Cricket Federation’s mission is to collaborate with existing programs and initiatives, especially with like-minded organizations that have synergistic goals and a solid track record of delivering on those goals. The United

Courtesy of DreamCricket.com: By Peter Della Penna in Queens, N.Y. Number one seed Long Island City High School lived up to its ranking by completing an undefeated season with a 39-run win over number three seed John Adams High School