Month: December 2018

2019 Promises To Be A Breakthrough Year For Canadian Cricket!

By Tony McWatt – Publisher With all that occurred during 2018 that was so exciting and encouraging available to serve as a platform, 2019 will hopefully prove itself to be a watershed breakthrough year for Canadian cricket. A very real opportunity now exists for Canadian Cricket to have a stellar year, simply by virtue of …

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Time For Cricket Canada To Get Going On its “ Go Canada” Strategic Plan Objectives!

According to the Strategic Plan that was officially adopted by the Cricket Canada’s Board of Directors at their May 2018 Annual General Meeting, one of the six structural core objectives to be pursued under a Go Canada title would be to “ raise the profile of cricket through promotion and public engagement!” While it may …

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Up Close With Bhavindu Adhihetty

1. City of Birth – Colombo, Sri Lanka. 2. Favorite Childhood memory – Playing garage cricket with my brothers. 3. Childhood Ambition – Become a professional cricket player. 4. Favorite School Subjects – Fine arts 5. Favorite Book – The Hunger Games 6. Favorite Movie – Avengers: Infinity War 7. Top 5 Favorite TV Shows …

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2018 Lookback The Good Canada One Step Closer To World Cup Qualification Dream

As outlined in last month’s Wickets Issue there was much that was so good and worthy of celebration for Canadian Cricket in 2018. Of all the numerous notable achievements the one that indisputably stands out as being “best of the best” was the Canadian Senior Team’s qualification for the Regional Finals of the World T20 …

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2018 Lookback The Bad: Global T20’s Canadian Homecoming

Before delving into all the obvious shortcomings of Global T20’s Canadian homecoming as badly in need of crucial improvements as it was, let’s be clear in our assessment that event was all things considered overall still a noteworthy success. Honest self-assessment is however a necessary prerequisite for improvement. As such in order for future Global …

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2013 Lookback The Indifferent: Canada’s Regional Super50 Performance!

Although having supposedly given of their competitive best Canada’s Red Army cricketers managed only a single victory from the five matches actually played in the 2018 Cricket West Indies Regional Super50 Competition. The Canadians sole victory came via their dramatic second round Match 5 defeat of the Windward Islands Playing against far more experienced opponents, …

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JB Masters: Brampton’s All Conquering Cricket Club.

JB Masters Cricket Club (JBMCC formerly Brampton Masters Cricket Club) was established in 1996, by a group of friends with the goal of keeping the culture of cricket alive in Brampton. Initially established as a non-profit organization, JBMCC provides an opportunity for talented young cricketers to train under the guidance of professional coaches. As a …

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