Nassau Cricket League and USA Cricket Captain, Steve Massiah, is letting his bat do the talking in the early goings of the 2011 cricket season.

Steve Massiah during his knock of 54 against Eastern American Cricket Association in the 2011 Mayor's Cup. Photo by Shiek Mohamed

To date, Massiah has been putting some good numbers in the few innings he has batted.
May 21, 2011, Massiah scored 54 runs, Nassau League vs. Eastern American Cricket Assoc., NYCR T20.

May 28, 2011, Massiah scored 102 runs not out, Nassau League vs. New York Region U25, NYCR T20.

June 4, 2011, Massiah 57 runs not out and 3 wkts for 13 runs, United Sports Club vs. Pure Players, Nassau Cricket League.

Massiah, who will be thirty-two years old in a week, is looking as youthful as ever and certainly has a few good years ahead of him with his cricketing career.

This Saturday, June 11, 2011, Massiah will be showcasing his talent in the New York Regional T20 Trials at Roy Wilkins Park, Queens, New York.

Then on Sunday, June 12, 2011, Massiah will be showcasing his talent in the Nassau Cricket League regular season competition at Beach 58th. St., Edgemere, Far Rockaway – United Sports Club vs. Vikings Cricket Club.



  1. Harry says:

    Former US captain

  2. Big Bats of the Bronx says:

    Ow Bai he try, can’t stop a guy for that. All the leagues have good and better players but a league with 9 teams vs the biggest league in the Country go with the biggest league in the country. It’s a no brainer. What’s funny in cricket now guys like to get a few extra $ for playing. I think that is horrible if you only pay one or two guys to play,you have to pay everyone. It is a team sport. Probably that is why he is staying there?

  3. Big Bats of the Bronx says:

    Steve is a very good player but needs to move to a better league. His scores look good now how about when he makes low scores. He needs to focus on his cricket because he is getting old. His so great League has 9 teams, what great type of competive cricket in a Cricket League that has 9 teams and only 20/20 cricket for the year. He probably knows all the players in each team and there last names. There are leagues with maybe 12 or 15 teams. Commonwealth Cricket League has 60-70 teams come where the big boys Play. Good Luck with his cricket this Year.

  4. John Singh says:

    He is a waste. He still a no show on the big stage.