Meten-Meer-Zorg is ready to do battle to defend their 2011 title in this year EACA competition naming a strong 2012 roster. The team will be captain by current USA player Azurdeen Mohammed with  former Guyana youth wicket keeper Ajaz Asgarally as his deputy, the squad includes two new player the talented former NYCR under-19 batsman Saud Hussain and former Singapore youth player Glenn Meyer.

MMZ won the 40 overs competition by beating the experienced E/ACS in the final last year and lost the final to Big Apple cricket team in the T/20 competition. This young MMZ team is hoping that they can make it two in a row with having some talented youths in their line up again this year.

The full squad is Ajaz Asgarally, Azurdeen Mohammed, Ken Nandkumar, Zaaid Majeed, Trevis Ross, Amarnauth Persaud, Saud Hussain, Glenn Meyer, Deonauth Baksh, Fiaz Asgarally, Rocky Kowchai, Rawle Hoyte, Rayhanul Islam, Kieth Mungalsingh, Bilal Shahid, Fazurdeen Mohammed, Zaid Khan, Nadeem Asgarally and Nyad Asgarally.

 

22 Comments

  1. dkalli says:

    Oh by the way, what was the score in the two teams that played?

  2. dkalli says:

    Why did EACA changed the rules that been there for so long,I would never know?Harry you are correct,but these called Cricketers and idiots wants change.EACA should tell them to go to some other league.Oh wait no league wants them.Good luck EACA.

  3. Cricketer says:

    Harry: Gwan on with your big self and tell them youngsters how to respect them old fellas.

  4. harry says:

    JP
    Maybe you should hold a school session with some of these folks, they do not have a clue what EACA competition was/is all about, they just want to bully themselves to being a good team, The rules has always being there, but some of them wants to change it to suit themselves. Please educate all of them.

  5. harry says:

    Cricket God

    You got tyour wish and they (MMZ) got a good licking, it is sad how may of those so call cricketers like to define the game off the field. MMZ could not wait to meet Everest/Acs to beat those old men

  6. Cricketer says:

    @ JP: John loves changing the rules to favor his team. I bet he would want to win at all cost, even with a protest, etc…

    He talk about attracting teams to EACA. I am not sure if many teams would be attracted to EACA based on it’s past history.

  7. JP says:

    John.

    T20 does not go by most points. Only the main competition which is the 40 overs competition. Unless the executives change this norm. The team with the most points in the main competition which is the 40 overs is alway declared the champion. The league then ( not compulsory) hold either a big 4, meaning the top 4 teams or now it becomes elite 8(the top 8 teams) competition and award separate tropies for the winner and runner-up. Eventhough, the league didn’t had any presentations for the pass two years, which is very discouraging, they always declared the team with the most points at the end of the schedule 40 overs competition the champion. We cannot flag a dead horse, this is what it is, unless the league change the rules and declared the champion at the completion of the big 4 or elite 8. Come on now we all have common sense and is wasting our time repeating our selves over and over again. I have played in this league for over 22 years and the team with the most point at the end of the 40 overs was always declared the champion team for this competition. And then we used to have the big 4 competition for the top 4 teams.

  8. FACT FINDER says:

    EACA never did or has a constitution

  9. cricket god says:

    hey why don’t we just let ACS vs MMZ play and we will see who’s the champ..

  10. Cricketer says:

    Does EACA even have a constitution? Why complained about not getting to vote in USACA elections?

  11. FACT FINDER says:

    well again is any one surprised at the behaviour and incompetence of EACA ???

    I can bet money on the answer being NO one hundred percent, and then people will go and vote Rudy the lifelong president again.

    On another note Ajaz from MMZ was also on the board last year. The rules not being documented are in his lap also.

  12. Cricketer says:

    Once again EACA is having problems. We had people digging up the wicket at Baisley, We had the big brawl when MMZ played ACS at Lido Beach, EACA had no cricket presentation last season, EACA was not eligible to vote in the USACA elections, and now this. What’s going on fellas?

  13. john says:

    Gentlemen, in order to have a competitive league the teams involve should know they are competing for something..
    Lets say a new team join this league of course their motive is to make it to the top just like the rest of the teams..its why having a playoff system in place it gives all the teams an equal opportunity to become the champion..
    Having awarded the championship to the team with most points is not encouraging to attract more teams to our league..
    Where we stands right now I am very sure that all 16 teams think they have a very good chance in making it to the playoff and onto the championship..
    Guys just relax and support the right things..
    Simple reason why its stupid to have the team with the highest points is the champion.. Big apple won the T/20 last year.. lets ASSUME that Enmore had the most points in the overall preliminary rounds and got knock out in the semi final, Does this mean that Enmore is the T/20 champion???? (of course NOT )knowing the fact that Big Apple won the final… its just dumb how you guys think.. MMZ is the 40 overs champion and Big Apple is the T/20 champs…for 2011..

  14. harry says:

    JP

    I am happy to know at least you are aware of the format for all these years. Secondly, you are correct, the league should have a festive day by selecting players from all the clubsand have a fun day at th park, this champion vs allstars is a bunch of crap.

  15. harry says:

    To all you so call cricket geniuses out there, some of you are really stupid, I am not even a part of ACS or the league, but know a whole lot more than everyone of you where cricket is concern. This format (without a playoff system) has been around for over tfifteen years, you want to change it, that’s okay, but let it be known before the sesason gets underway. These clowns that are making studpid comments are clueless. MMZ finally won a game and they are world champion, one moran on that team is trying to force his way onto to all of you.
    Change the rules of competition to reflect a playoff fromat and I am sure everyone will support that.

  16. JP says:

    In EACA it is a known fact that at the end of the 40 overs competition the team with the most points is declared the champion ( don’t know if this was changed). Then to stretch the season along they used to have a big 4 competition( now became an elite 8) and then they ended the season with the 20/20 competition. MMZ, U are a good team with lots of promising youths. Just stay focus. I know where this argument is going and cannot understand how it will benefit the league and players by playing a so call Allstar game between the winning team and selected players from the rest of the teams. The league should have selecting players from all of the participating teams and then play an allstar game to commence the season.

  17. Cricket Lover says:

    Wow, Harry, you seem like a very sore loser. I hope it is not a reflection of your team as it would be a disgrace to your entire squad. If there was something such as points, you guys wasted a few weeks for playing a quarter final, semi final and finals. Grow up and take it like an athlete that there is a new 40 over champion.

  18. FACT FINDER says:

    FACTS NOT OPINIONS

    1. EACA had two tournaments before 2010. 40 Overs and Big Four. None of it was documented or distributed, but everyone knew that this was the case.

    2. At the 2010 AGM the quarter final, semi final, and finall format was proposed for both the 40 over competition and the 20 20 (which was introduced that year).

    The implication was that there would be now two tournaments 40 over and 20 20 and the finals winner would be the winner. Again there was no documentation. Since ACS had the most points in the regular season and wont he final also, there was no confusion, and AFTER winning the final ACS was lauded as a team having an unprecendeted streak as ACS champions. (I am sure Newyorcricekt.com can dig up old articles from their site). There was no presentation that year also.

    3. In 2011 the same format was followed. When the rain outs affected the semi and quarters, there was a lot of hue and cry over this, that the chance of gong to t the finals was being robbed. Point being that the clear understanding was that the finals winner would be the winner.

    It should also be noted that during the hue and cry about quarters and semis rain outs, some members of ACS (maybe Harry also) gave the new teams and young guys a lecture about hard work during the regular season through the comments section on this site and libertycricket that next year work harder in the regular seaon and therefore move up in case of a rain out. Again the understandsing was clear though not documented that the finals champion will be the champion.

    4. Also a lesson learned (maybe several times over, but not really learned), is that when you want to see if a fish is rotten, look at its head.

    Every year we complain and whine about the incompetence of Rudy and then go and vote for him in the election. Its not him who is to blame, its us, we are the idiots.

  19. EACA Champs says:

    HARRY OBVIOUSLY U KNOW NOTHING ABOUT SPORTS AND COMPETITION. IF A CHAMPION IS DETERMINED BY “POINTS” WHICH IS THE STUPIDEST SH*T IVE EVER HEARD THEN TEAMS WHO LOST THEIR FIRST COUPLE GAMES SHOULD AUTOMATICALLY PULL OUT THE LEAGUE AND DONT PLAY UNTIL THE 20/20 COMPETITION. IM PRETTY SURE YOU! “HARRY” WAS THERE AND U SAW MMZ (US KIDS) BEAT THE SH*T OUT OF ACS IN THE FINALS! AND WE WILL DO IT AGAIN AND WE WILL BEAT YOU ALSO. HAVE A GOOD DAY AND DONT COMMENT AGAIN IF UR GOING TO TALK B.S. MMZ ARE THE 2011 40 OVER CHAMPS. HANDS DOWN!

  20. john says:

    Harry, seems like you are a member of ACS.. because only the players from that team will say such a stupid thing..
    FYI there is no such thing in this league as ELITE EIGHT..
    Its CALLED PLAY OFF…. QUARTER FINALS,SEMI FINALS AND THEN THE FINALS..
    In any competition the team that won the final in the play off is the champion.I have no idea where you get that assumption from that ACS is the champion based on points… Maybe in those years when there wasn’t any play off format..Mr Harry you have absolutely no idea who is the secretary….just so you understand HE WILL NOT STAND FOR RUDY,ZAMIN OR KRIS PRASAD NONSENSE..take those three out of this league and it will run like a professional league NOT IN A DICTATORSHIP MANNER..

  21. harry says:

    Further more, who declared theses youthful guys champion, is it the Secretary of EACA or the ruling body? The secretary should be warned from sending e-mails before being approved by the Administration.

  22. harry says:

    The winner has always been the one with the most points at the end of the 40 overs competition. Not sure where these youthful guys get that idea from, that they are the champion. Thje elite eight as some have pushed for, does not determine the champion,it only created a foramt for more cricket.
    Until that rule is changed, I think Everest/ACS is the champion.
    MMZ should focus on winning the 40 overs format this year to be with the big boys.

 
 
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