Former national women’s footballer Nadia Gruny is now making a name for herself playing cricket for the United States women’s cricket team.
By Peter Della Penna
For someone who has scaled the tallest mountain peak in the lower 48 states, reaching great heights in the world of cricket may not seem all that difficult in comparison. After starting from scratch just over a year ago, that is exactly what Erica Rendler has done.
Canada and the USA having finished first and second respectively in the Americas Women’s Regional tournament last year in Florida earned the right to compete for the regional representative to the Women’s World Cup Qualifier scheduled for Bangladesh in 2011.
Northern Belles Ring Loud Out West
By John L. Aaron
In a bright golden sunny northern California valley last weekend, the North East region’s women’s cricket team shone brighter than its competition
By Orin Davidson
The East defeated the West in women’s cricket action on Saturday when the Roslyn Emanuel-led squad overpowered their opponents to draw first blood in the inaugural Women’s Conference championship in Florida.
By Peter Simunovich
Ivy Mahabir is always in the thick of things. Even in women’s cricket, which is virtually non existent in New Jersey, she is in the middle of it trying to recruit players and setting up a league in the Garden State.