CanAm women’s cricket is taking the sport to greater heights in United States.
‘On a different turf’ kicks-off its pilot series with a story of CanAm United Women’s Cricket Association, a member-run, not-for-profit organization for women in the Americas. In an interview, Julie Abbott, General Manager of CanAm United Women’s Cricket Association and USA national women’s team selector, takes us through a journey which explains the birth of the organization, its humble yet steady growth, while discussing the American cricket landscape and how CanAm is transforming the sport. Click here to read more.
Liming in Lima – In which a Trinidadian mother and daughter seek cricket in Peru.
‘On a different turf’ kicks-off its pilot series with a story of CanAm United Women’s Cricket Association, a member-run, not-for-profit organization for women in the Americas. By Juliet Solomon | October 2016. Read more.
MCC first Women’s tour to Canada underway!
The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), whose home ground is Lord’s Cricket Ground, London, England (historically, the ground is in the County of Middlesex), first visited Canada in 1905. History was made on September 14, 2016 when the first MCC Women’s touring team played a game in Canada. Indeed, MCC Women played and won two T20 games against CanAm, who had played several matches during a tour of England this August. Click here to read more.
USA Women squad of 22 announced for MCC matches.
Former teenage sensation Shebani Bhaskar headlines a USA Women development squad of 22 players invited to Philadelphia from September 9 to 11 for a training camp culminating in matches against a women’s Marylebone Cricket Club touring side. Click here to read more.
St. Lucia’s Marlene Preville awarded ‘Best Bowler of the Tournament’ in the Women’s Cricket Series in Buenos Aires.
PRESS RELEASE – One day before the T20 finals in India, the Women’s Cricket Series held in Buenos Aires, Argentina comes to a close.The series run from March 26 to April 2. The CanAm Women’s Cricket Association won over the Las Flamingos team. St. Lucia’s Marlene Preville hailing from Levern Spencer Drive, Cacao, Babonneau walked away with the ‘Best bowler of the Tournament’ award. Click here to read more.