Archive for category: Orin Davidson

  • Telston Johnson Impacts Big With Swing

    Telston Johnson Impacts Big With Swing

    At five feet five inches, he looks anything but a fast bowler. Yet Telston Johnson is more than just an ordinary paceman.

     
  • Injury Plagued Ramdass Aims To Rebound After NY Visit

    Injury Plagued Ramdass Aims To Rebound After NY Visit

    New York has become the refuge for many overseas cricketers in summer time, but for Ryan Ramdass, he is not here to play for money, only to rehabilitate.

     
  • MVP For All Times -Ronald Evelyn

    MVP For All Times -Ronald Evelyn

    Softball cricket is a popular past time for many New York’s West Indian immigrants, but it would be difficult finding a better put- together softball player than Ronald Evelyn wherever you go in the country.

     
  • Barath’s Brilliance No Smokescreen For More WICB Blunders

    Barath’s Brilliance No Smokescreen For More WICB Blunders

    A defeat inside two days by an innings is as pathetic as any team can perform, even if that display was illuminated by the brilliance of a nineteen year old batsman. Yes, expect the apologists for the West Indies Cricket Board to make heavy mileage of Adrian Barath’s Test debut [...]

     
  • Massiah Needs To Call Time On U.S. T20 Career

    Massiah Needs To Call Time On U.S. T20 Career

    By Orin Davidson Beset by a series of tactical blunders, the United States crashed out of the World Cup 20/20 qualifying competition, shattering hopes of a potential historic appearance in a prestigious Global championship. Given the talent available in the squad, the team management badly misused its resources and emerged [...]

     
  • I Was Not Ready To Quit: Hooper

    I Was Not Ready To Quit: Hooper

    Carl Hooper abruptly quit international cricket, not because he wanted to be mean, rather the former West Indies captain feels he was forced out of the team well before his planned departure. ‘The info I had coming back to me indicated I was not needed anymore, it was like I [...]

     
  • U.S. Cricket Wins War, Battle Up Next

    Now that the clubs have spoken with their resounding vote in favor of the new United States of America Cricket Association (USACA) constitution, one could say with confidence that half the job is done. Most of the fear that hovered over the cricket fraternity over the possibility of a ban [...]

     
  • West Indies In World Cup Quandary

    West Indies In World Cup Quandary

    West Indies left India this week still searching for answers they sought before arriving on the sub continent in preparation for the World Cup. The four-match series was intended to be the final rehearsal before the Caribbean squad plays host to the world’s premier competition. Instead the management is still [...]

     
  • NY Meeting Must Have Desired Results

    NY Meeting Must Have Desired Results

    Cricket administration in New York has grown leaps and bounds in recent years. Competitions have improved in standard and quantity with every passing year, training programs intensify every summer and fan interest is spreading all the time. Therefore it is not surprising the leaders of the Region are taking a [...]

     
  • Clubs Vote Yes For New USACA Constitution

    Clubs voted resoundingly in favor of the new United States of America Cricket Association (USACA) constitution that paves the way for reformed governing of the country’s cricket. Current USACA secretary Paul Da Silva confirmed that 201 clubs voted for the new document to 86 against in a relatively strong response [...]

     
  • Give The Constitution A Safe Passage

    Just when the cricket fraternity was lulled into a sense of security, relative to improvement in the affairs of United States cricket, feelings of a return to the dark days of the past are upon us once again. The Centrix arrangement seems potentially beneficial in a big way for years [...]

     
  • Hunger Key To Australia’s Whitewash

    Hunger Key To Australia’s Whitewash

    Hunger is normally associated with the problems of a few African countries and North Korea. Australia however, gave new meaning to the word with their destruction of England in the most bally-owed but one-sided Ashes series ever. Such was the intensity of the mayhem, it almost warranted the United Nations [...]

     
  • World Cup Captains Ponting’s Wake

    World Cup Captains Ponting’s Wake

    Competing in limited overs cricket is akin to enduring a tiebreaker in tennis. It is the great leveler that leaves little margin for error and narrows the competition better than the traditional game can. Which is why the roles of captains are so much more important these days. There is [...]

     
  • Too Close For Comfort

    It’s exactly two months before World Cup 2007 but the silence emanating from the West Indies presently has a disconcerting feel to cricket fans far and wide. The enormity of the event in itself should’ve raised the temperature as far away in North America, but as we wait for the [...]

     
  • Lennox Cush Hungry After Fabulous 2006

    Lennox Cush Hungry After Fabulous 2006

    It’s the middle of winter but Lennox Cush hits the treadmill and weight machines at Cross Island Gym, nevertheless. At a time when New York’s cricketers are hibernating until late spring when competition bursts fort in a flurry, Cush is maintaining the routine he isaccustomed to throughout his career. He [...]

     
  • Crucial Times Await Sachin

    Sachin Tendulkar is accustomed to enduring scrutiny of the meanest type from the world’s best bowlers. But within eight weeks he will encounter an examination unusual for cricket stars. Opposing teams, fans and the media will have all eyes and lenses on the great man as cricket’s biggest competition comes [...]

     
  • Unnecessary Pressure Heaped On Dravid

    Rahul Dravid has never been stressed as he is now in a distinguished career. Cricket captaincy is likened to a poisoned chalice and Dravid is beginning to understand what it really means these past months. To him it would it would akin to playing in a cursed dhoti. So far [...]

     
  • Dr Toppin’s Curious WICB Snub

    Strange things occur in cricket, but none are more inexplicable than those that surface from the West Indies Cricket Board. The latest is the abrupt decision by the Board’s new Chief Executive Officer-designate to decline the position before starting. Dr Roland Toppin was supposed to occupy the head chair from [...]

     
 
 
 
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