ICC Recognizes USA Cricket as Associate Member
6 monthes ago - By SportsTravel
USA Cricket has been recognized by the International Cricket Council as an associate member, a significant milestone in the national governing body's efforts to take control of the sport in the United States after years of uncertainty.
USA Cricket, based in Colorado Springs, becomes the 105th member of the ICC.
“This is truly an exciting day for USA Cricket and the entire U.S. cricket community,” said USA Cricket Board Chair Paraag Marathe. “On behalf of the board of directors, I'd like to thank the ICC and their 104 other members for their trust in us and we'd aalso like to recognize the...
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