Month: November 2018

CONTENTS

4 Exciting Times Ahead For Canadian Cricket In 2019  5 A Very Good Year For Canadian Cricket  6 Cricket Canada Making Steady Progress On Its Good Governance Objectives!  8 Navneet Dhaliwal Cricket Canada’s Rising Star  11 Canadian Cricket’s 2018 Most Memorable Moments  13 Busy 2019 Beckons For Canada’s Elite Cricketers     16 Challengers Cricket …

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Cricket Canada Making Steady Progress On Its Strategic Plan’s Good Governance Objectives!

The Vision that has been established by Cricket Canada in its adopted Strategic Plan is for Canada “To be a leading cricket nation through growing popularity, building a sustainable organization and achieving international success!” Towards its actual realization of that Corporate Vision, Cricket Canada has embarked upon the fulfillment of a slate objectives, one of …

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Akash Gill Slams ICC U19 World Cup Century!

Canada took part in the 2018 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup, finishing in 11th position. They won two games in the competition, against Zimbabwe in the group stage and against Papua New Guinea in the play-off for 11th place. The 2010 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup was the eighth edition of the Under-19 Cricket World Cup and took place in New Zealand. Since 1998, the tournament …

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Global T20 Canada Final Man Of The Match Saad bin Zafar!

Saad bin Zafar, the 31-year-old Pakistan-born Canadian, dominated the final of the inaugural Global T20 Canada league with ball and bat. The six-team T20 tournament, which received attention because of the presence of a number of international stars in general and Steve Smith and David Warner in particular, wound to a close on Tuesday, 17 …

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Romesh Eranga 6-21 Canada vs Windwards Caribbean Regional Super50

A career-best spell from Romesh Eranga allowed Canada to stage stunning a upset in the WINDIES Super50 Cup match against the Windwards. The Sri Lanka-born Eranga’s amazing and fiery 6 for 21 from 10 overs left the defending champions Windward Islands Volcanoes in shambles as Canada registered a shocking 18-run win in the October 13 …

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