EACA Celebrates Winning Season
Saturday, November 3rd saw our league acknowledging the individual performances of those players who excelled during the just completed season.(More) (Photo Gallery)


Centurions Blast 2007 Season Open

The Eastern American Cricket Association’s 2007 season got off to a very hot start with no less that five players opening the season with centuries, during the past two weeks.

Everest/ACS Crush Ambassadors
Everest/ACS crushed Unified Ambassadors last Sunday at Lido Beach, winning by a whopping 180 runs.

Top Three Teams Vie For 4-0 Records
The top three teams in the points standing of the Eastern American Cricket Association’s 40-overs competition, Atlantis, Richmond Hill and Real Challenge, will seek to go 4-0 after tomorrow’s matches.

It’s Too Close To Call At The Halfway Mark

After round eight of the Eastern American Cricket Association’s 2007 season, only three points separate the top three teams.

Real Challenge Poses Real Problems In Golden Opportunity

Real Challenge with an unbeaten record of 8-0 in the 2007 Eastern American Cricket Association’s 40-Overs competition, is posing a serious threat to all who lock horns with them; that is beating them.

NY Challengers Holds Top Spot Temporarily

The Eastern American Cricket Association’s 2005 champions New York Challengers made a last minute surge to move past league-leading Enmore Cricket Club last weekend, by defeating Enmore in a head-to-head clash at Lido Beach.

League Embraces Popular Format

The Eastern American Cricket Association, like many other cricketing bodies has been caught up in the latest trend in cricketing competition – the Twenty/20 format.

League Kicks Off 20/20 Feast

The Eastern American Cricket Association wrapped up its 40-overs schedule last Sunday and simultaneously kicked off its 2006 Twenty/20 tournament.

Atlantis Wets East Bank in 20/20 Clash

Atlantis Cricket Club – NY was the recipient of a wet blanket victory over East Bank at Baisley Pond Park, last weekend.

Big-4 Semi Finals A Done Deal

The Eastern American Cricket Association’s 2006 Big-4 Finals has been set for tomorrow, Sunday, September 17 at Bay Park, Long Island.

Everest/ACS Glides Easily Through To 20/20 Finals

Everest/ACS, led by the indomitable Zamin Amin, last weekend easily slid through to the EACA’s Twenty/20 finals, scheduled for tomorrow at Idlewild Park, 223rd Street and 147th Avenue, Rosedale, Queens.

Twenty/20 Tournament Gaining Momentum

The Eastern American Cricket Association’s inaugural Twenty/20 tournament has been gaining momentum among some of the teams, as they get some traction, despite the less than favorable weather in recent weeks.

EACA Wraps Up 40-Overs Schedule

The EACA concluded its 40-overs schedule with two matches last weekend. Heckscher State Park I saw Atlantis destroyed by a buoyant Bayshore Tigers.

Richmond Hill and Everest/ACS Advance To EACA 20/20 Finals

After several months of cricket lovely cricket, and a few heartbreaks along the way, the curtains come down this weekend on the Eastern American Cricket Association’s 2007 season, with not one, but two division finals being played on the same day.

East Bank and Everest/ACS Twenty20 Champs!

East Bank Cricket Club emerged EACA Division “B” Twenty20 champions last Sunday, defeating Golden Arrow Cricket Club by six wickets, primarily behind the bat of Debo Sankar and Zaheer Sadloo’s half-centuries. East Bank showed no signs of rust, despite a prolonged period of inactivity, due to league scheduling difficulties.

EACA Under-19 Squad Rolls To Championship Victory

Following an unbeaten run in the New York Metropolitan and Washington, DC Under-19 tournament, the Eastern American Cricket Association’s Under-19 Eastern American Tigers defeated the Tri-State Bulldogs, coached by Linden Fraser and managed by veteran youth cricketer organizer J.P. Singh, at Idlewild Park, Rosedale, Queens.

League’s Young Stars Capture Spotlight

The Eastern American Cricket Association’s participation in this year’s Under-19 tournament has paid off big dividends for the league’s squad of youngsters.

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