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Cricket Council USA Tournaments
Maq T20
  • FIRST International Cricket Tournament in American sports history!
  • May 2008-FIRST tournament in FIRST Cricket Stadium in North America!
  • Four teams from West Indies, Canada, Pakistan and World XI with SuperStar Power.
  • Richie Richardson, Javed Miandad, Mohammad Azharuddin, Lawrence Rowe.
  • Champions-West Indies Team; Runners-Up-Team Canada
 
Freedom T20
  • Four teams from Southeast Region competing for FIRST FREEDOM CUP!
  • Hosted by CCUSA and Lauderhill, Florida-July 4th Weekend 2008
  • Cricket Night to Remember at the Cricket Stadium at Central Broward Regional Park.
  • Cricket, fireworks, music free for the community-Happy Birthday, USA!
 
DC T20
  • FIRST CCUSA Regional T20 Tournament-Labor Day Weekend 2008.
  • Eight teams from Atlantic Region, New Jersey, Philadelphia,and Washington, DC.
  • Champions-Washington Tigers
Cricket Council USA Tournaments
NIGHT T20
  • Largest night Cricket tournament in the USA with ten nationally represented teams.
  • 13 week long season with music, food and refreshments January through May, 2009
  • 15,000 fans enjoyed tournament co-sponsored by CCUSA and City of Lauderhill.
  • Championship Trophy and Prize money awarded to team Jamaica.
 
NEW ENGLAND T20
  • FIRST New England T20 Tournament; played in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
  • Four teams from three regional leagues, comprised of over 60 teams.
  • Champions-Connecticut Cricket League Team.
 
HOUSTON T20
  • CCUSA was title sponsor of this historical, annual cricket tournament.
  • 4th of July Weekend comprised of four teams from the Central West Region.
 
NEW JERSEY T20
  • Ten high-powered teams from the strong Atlantic Cricket Region.
  • Eight leagues and three areas(New jersey, and Washington, DC)
  • Co- Champions-Washington tigers and SGCC
 
US Cricket Open
  • FIRST US CRICKET OPEN in American sports history-December, 2009
  • Ten qualifying teams, including top international, national and local players.
  • Nine TEAM USA players among the history-making field.
  • FIRST US CRICKET OPEN CHAMPIONS-Washington Tigers!