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.
A battered, bruised and mentally drained USA women’s XI limped into the distinct possibility of advancing as one of the two teams in the ICC-Americas women’s tournament now under way in Lauderhill, Florida.
The ICC Americas women’s championship will be played in Florida starting May 18. Five teams – Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Bermuda, and USA will play in the tournament.
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.
DURGA DAS, Captain of the 2010 USA Team By John L. Aaron Chosen this year as the captain of TEAM USA following the USA national Women’s Cricket Tournament in Cupertino, CA, Durga Das is an above average height woman with a confident stride and a very pleasant personality. Born in Chennai, Tamilnadu, India, Durga […]
Erica Rendler – A Trailblazer for US-born women cricketers By Peter Simunovich Erica Rendler is somewhat of a trail-blazer with the United States senior women’s cricket team. She is only the second American-born player to wear the national colors following in the footsteps of fellow Californian Sandra Ibarra. Rendler, 30, a paralegal who lives in […]