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- June 23, 2011
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Speaking on the sidelines of the National T20, Ms. Martha Randoo, the Women’s Coordinator of the Atlantic Region, appealed to the women cricketers in New Jersey, Washington DC, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia to connect with her so that she can bring everyone onto a common platform with respect to women’s cricket activities in the region.
Those interested in playing cricket and those already playing should connect with Ms. Martha Randoo via firstname.lastname@example.org or call her 973-677-9363.
Ms. Randoo said that a group of women have been practising since the start of the season at Orange Park and Watesessing Park on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Ms. Randoo said that she was encouraged by the fact that there were enthusiastic women cricketers who were practising at other North Jersey and Central Jersey locations.
“Women’s cricket is picking up rapidly and I want to make sure that people know that I am available here to answer questions and help in whatever way I can,” Ms. Randoo told DreamCricket.com.
Ms. Randoo, who was recently named the Women’s Cricket Coordinator for Atlantic Region, hoped that cricketers can unite in their efforts to spreading the popularity of cricket among women. Ms. Randoo recognized that propagating the sport was a two way street. In addition to requiring the help of other cricket lovers, she said that the women cricketers must come forward and play a role in the growth of the sport among youth and in schools and local communities.
Speaking about the forthcoming National Women’s Tournament, Ms. Randoo noted that a try-out for the Atlantic Region team would be conducted at a New York tournament that was scheduled for July 1-3rd.