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Player Profile(#40)…Chris Gayle(West Indies)

Posted by wildkiwi25 on December 17, 2008

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Christopher “Chris” Henry Gayle (born 21 September, 1979 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a West Indian cricketer who plays international cricket for the West Indies and domestic cricket for Jamaica. He is a hard-hitting left-handed opening batsman who can bowl right-arm off spin when called upon. Gayle has a variety of quality shots that he can perform.

Gayle played for the West Indies at youth international level after he made his first-class debut aged 19 for Jamaica. He played his first One Day International 11 months later, and his first Test match 6 months after that.

Gayle, who normally opens the innings when he plays for the West Indies, is a destructive batsman who is most effective playing square of the wicket. In July 2001, Gayle (175), together with Daren Ganga (89) established the record for opening partnerships at Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo when they put on 214 together against Zimbabwe.

However, generally speaking he had a slow start to his international career, but invigorated it in 2002, ending the year with three centuries against India in November and becoming the fourth West Indian to score 1,000 runs in a calendar year. Along with Vivian Richards, Sanath Jayasuriya and Brian Lara he is the only player in One Day International history to have three or more scores of 150.

In 2005, Gayle was dropped for the first Test against South Africa along with six other players following a dispute over sponsorship issues (see below). He returned for the second test but had a poor series until the fourth Test, where he made his career-best: a match-saving 317. It was the first ever triple century against South Africa and up until Mahela Jayawardene made 374, it was the highest individual Test score against them.

In August 2005, Gayle joined Worcestershire for the rest of the English season, playing eight matches. He made two half-centuries in three first class matches and two half-centuries in five one-day matches, and won one Man of the Match award in the one-day National League. However, Worcestershire were relegated after Gayle made 1 in the final match against Lancashire.

Gayle was named Player of the 2006 Champions Trophy, where the West Indies nearly defended the title which they won in 2004, being defeated in the final by Australia. Gayle scored three centuries and totaled 474 runs, 150 more than any other batsman, and also took eight wickets in as many matches.

Gayle, in keeping with the rest of the West Indies team, had a poor World Cup in 2007. He recorded a series of low scores; the one exception being a blistering 79 off 58 balls against England in the West Indies’ final match.

Gayle currently holds the record for the highest innings in a Twenty20 International, having scored 117 against South Africa in the World Twenty20 Championship, and, to date, is the only batsman to have hit a century in the Twenty20 format.. and he hit Ten sixes on the match… format. He is currently the only cricketer to have hit centuries in all three formats of international cricket.

In April 2008, Gayle was auctioned by the franchise Kolkata Knight Riders of the Indian Premier League, but missed the opening games due to an ongoing Sri Lanka tour to the Caribbean. When he finally joined the team, he missed out on the action due to a groin injury he picked up during that tour. Afterwards, he had to leave to join the West Indies team for a home series against Australia, thereby not playing in the inaugural version of the IPL at all.

Controversies:
Gayle is generally regarded as a calm and cool cricketer, but he has been involved in a few controversies.[citation needed] In 2005 Gayle was involved in the dispute between the West Indies Cricket Board and a number of players over sponsorship issues. These players had personal sponsorship deals with Cable and Wireless, who used to sponsor West Indian cricket. However, since the West Indies had recently become sponsored by Cable and Wireless’ rivals Digicel the West Indies Cricket Board demanded the players dropped their Cable and Wireless deals. When the players refused to back down, the West Indies Cricket Board dropped them for the first Test against South Africa. Gayle later cut his deal with Cable and Wireless and rejoined the side for the second Test. In March 2006, he was charged with conduct contrary to the spirit of cricket during a Test against New Zealand but was subsequently found not guilty. Later that year, during October’s Champions Trophy tournament in India, he was fined 30 percent of his match fee after repeated verbal exchanges with the Australian batsman Michael Clarke. He also publicly criticised the West Indies Cricket Board during the 2007 tour of England which led to an official reprimand and warning.

Links to more information on Chris Gayle:

  • Gayle ton fails to stop S Africa
  • List of highest individual International Twenty20 innings
  • West Indies sponsor rejects plans
  • Gayle cleared of conduct charges, Fox Sports Australia, retrieved 20 January 2008
  • Gayle fined for misconduct,
  • Gayle in hot water
  • CricketArchive page on Chris Gayle
  • Cricinfo page on Chris Gayle

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    *Acknowledgements to Wikipedia.org and owners of pictures and videos used.

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    Player Profile(#40)…Chris Gayle(West Indies)

    Posted by wildkiwi25 on December 16, 2008

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    Christopher “Chris” Henry Gayle (born 21 September, 1979 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a West Indian cricketer who plays international cricket for the West Indies and domestic cricket for Jamaica. He is a hard-hitting left-handed opening batsman who can bowl right-arm off spin when called upon. Gayle has a variety of quality shots that he can perform.

    Gayle played for the West Indies at youth international level after he made his first-class debut aged 19 for Jamaica. He played his first One Day International 11 months later, and his first Test match 6 months after that.

    Gayle, who normally opens the innings when he plays for the West Indies, is a destructive batsman who is most effective playing square of the wicket. In July 2001, Gayle (175), together with Daren Ganga (89) established the record for opening partnerships at Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo when they put on 214 together against Zimbabwe.

    However, generally speaking he had a slow start to his international career, but invigorated it in 2002, ending the year with three centuries against India in November and becoming the fourth West Indian to score 1,000 runs in a calendar year. Along with Vivian Richards, Sanath Jayasuriya and Brian Lara he is the only player in One Day International history to have three or more scores of 150.

    In 2005, Gayle was dropped for the first Test against South Africa along with six other players following a dispute over sponsorship issues (see below). He returned for the second test but had a poor series until the fourth Test, where he made his career-best: a match-saving 317. It was the first ever triple century against South Africa and up until Mahela Jayawardene made 374, it was the highest individual Test score against them.

    In August 2005, Gayle joined Worcestershire for the rest of the English season, playing eight matches. He made two half-centuries in three first class matches and two half-centuries in five one-day matches, and won one Man of the Match award in the one-day National League. However, Worcestershire were relegated after Gayle made 1 in the final match against Lancashire.

    Gayle was named Player of the 2006 Champions Trophy, where the West Indies nearly defended the title which they won in 2004, being defeated in the final by Australia. Gayle scored three centuries and totaled 474 runs, 150 more than any other batsman, and also took eight wickets in as many matches.

    Gayle, in keeping with the rest of the West Indies team, had a poor World Cup in 2007. He recorded a series of low scores; the one exception being a blistering 79 off 58 balls against England in the West Indies’ final match.

    Gayle currently holds the record for the highest innings in a Twenty20 International, having scored 117 against South Africa in the World Twenty20 Championship, and, to date, is the only batsman to have hit a century in the Twenty20 format.. and he hit Ten sixes on the match… format. He is currently the only cricketer to have hit centuries in all three formats of international cricket.

    In April 2008, Gayle was auctioned by the franchise Kolkata Knight Riders of the Indian Premier League, but missed the opening games due to an ongoing Sri Lanka tour to the Caribbean. When he finally joined the team, he missed out on the action due to a groin injury he picked up during that tour. Afterwards, he had to leave to join the West Indies team for a home series against Australia, thereby not playing in the inaugural version of the IPL at all.

    Controversies:
    Gayle is generally regarded as a calm and cool cricketer, but he has been involved in a few controversies.[citation needed] In 2005 Gayle was involved in the dispute between the West Indies Cricket Board and a number of players over sponsorship issues. These players had personal sponsorship deals with Cable and Wireless, who used to sponsor West Indian cricket. However, since the West Indies had recently become sponsored by Cable and Wireless’ rivals Digicel the West Indies Cricket Board demanded the players dropped their Cable and Wireless deals. When the players refused to back down, the West Indies Cricket Board dropped them for the first Test against South Africa. Gayle later cut his deal with Cable and Wireless and rejoined the side for the second Test. In March 2006, he was charged with conduct contrary to the spirit of cricket during a Test against New Zealand but was subsequently found not guilty. Later that year, during October’s Champions Trophy tournament in India, he was fined 30 percent of his match fee after repeated verbal exchanges with the Australian batsman Michael Clarke. He also publicly criticised the West Indies Cricket Board during the 2007 tour of England which led to an official reprimand and warning.

    Links to more information on Chris Gayle:

  • Gayle ton fails to stop S Africa
  • List of highest individual International Twenty20 innings
  • West Indies sponsor rejects plans
  • Gayle cleared of conduct charges, Fox Sports Australia, retrieved 20 January 2008
  • Gayle fined for misconduct,
  • Gayle in hot water
  • CricketArchive page on Chris Gayle
  • Cricinfo page on Chris Gayle

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    *Acknowledgements to Wikipedia.org and owners of pictures and videos used.

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    The Complete List of Test and O.D.I Cricketers

    Posted by wildkiwi25 on December 12, 2008

    Here is a list of links that take you to a page showing every cricketer that has played test cricket for their country. This might help with cricket related trivia so be sure to bookmark this site :).

    Test Cricket:

  • New Zealand Test Cricketers
  • List of Australian Test Cricketers
  • List of England Test Cricketers
  • List of West Indies Test Cricketers
  • List of Pakistan Test Cricketers
  • List of South Africa Test Cricketers
  • List of India Test Cricketers
  • List of Sri Lanka Test Cricricketers
  • List of Bangladesh Test Cricketers
  • List of Zimbabwe Test Cricketers

    O.D.I Cricket:
  • List of Australia ODI Cricketers
  • List of Bangladesh ODI Cricketers
  • List of Bermuda ODI Cricketers
  • List of Canada ODI Cricketers
  • List of England ODI Cricketers
  • List of Hong Kong ODI Cricketers
  • List of India ODI Cricketers
  • List of Ireland ODI Cricketers
  • List of Kenya ODI Cricketers
  • List of Namibia ODI Cricketers
  • List of Netherlands ODI Cricketers
  • List of New Zealand ODI Cricketers
  • List of Pakistan ODI Cricketers
  • List of Scotland ODI Cricketers
  • List of South Africa ODI Cricketers
  • List of Sri Lanka ODI Cricketers
  • List of U.A.E ODI Cricketers
  • List of U.S.A ODI Cricketers
  • List of West Indies ODI Cricketers
  • List of Zimbabwe ODI Cricketers

    *Acknowledgements to Wikipedia.org and owners of pictures and videos used.

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    The Complete List of Test and O.D.I Cricketers

    Posted by wildkiwi25 on December 12, 2008

    Here is a list of links that take you to a page showing every cricketer that has played test cricket for their country. This might help with cricket related trivia so be sure to bookmark this site :).

    Test Cricket:

  • New Zealand Test Cricketers
  • List of Australian Test Cricketers
  • List of England Test Cricketers
  • List of West Indies Test Cricketers
  • List of Pakistan Test Cricketers
  • List of South Africa Test Cricketers
  • List of India Test Cricketers
  • List of Sri Lanka Test Cricricketers
  • List of Bangladesh Test Cricketers
  • List of Zimbabwe Test Cricketers

    O.D.I Cricket:
  • List of Australia ODI Cricketers
  • List of Bangladesh ODI Cricketers
  • List of Bermuda ODI Cricketers
  • List of Canada ODI Cricketers
  • List of England ODI Cricketers
  • List of Hong Kong ODI Cricketers
  • List of India ODI Cricketers
  • List of Ireland ODI Cricketers
  • List of Kenya ODI Cricketers
  • List of Namibia ODI Cricketers
  • List of Netherlands ODI Cricketers
  • List of New Zealand ODI Cricketers
  • List of Pakistan ODI Cricketers
  • List of Scotland ODI Cricketers
  • List of South Africa ODI Cricketers
  • List of Sri Lanka ODI Cricketers
  • List of U.A.E ODI Cricketers
  • List of U.S.A ODI Cricketers
  • List of West Indies ODI Cricketers
  • List of Zimbabwe ODI Cricketers

    *Acknowledgements to Wikipedia.org and owners of pictures and videos used.

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    Introducing… The Stanford 20/20 Tournament

    Posted by wildkiwi25 on December 4, 2008

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    The Stanford 20/20 Tournament is a cricket tournament in the Caribbean island of Antigua. It was held first in July and August 2006 in the West Indies at the Stanford Cricket Ground, St. John’s, Antigua and Barbuda and the same place the year after. It is a variety of the popular Twenty20 format first introduced in English cricket in 2003.

    The format was initially devised and made possible by Allen Stanford as a part of his (private) plan to bring West Indian cricket back to life. 19 teams took part in the inaugural knock-out tournament and 20 teams took part in the second tournament (although 21 teams were originally scheduled to take part). It will now be a part of the official calendar of the WICB.

    Current teams participating in the Stanford 20/20 Tournament:

  • Flag of Anguilla Anguilla Pro Team
  • Flag of Antigua and Barbuda Antigua & Barbuda Pro Team
  • Flag of the Bahamas Bahamas
  • Flag of Barbados Barbados
  • Flag of Bermuda Bermuda
  • Flag of the British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands
  • Flag of Cayman Islands Cayman Islands
  • Flag of Cuba Cuba (in 2008 [barred])
  • Flag of Dominica Dominica
  • Flag of the Dominican Republic Dominican Republic (in 2009)
  • Flag of Grenada Grenada
  • Flag of Guyana Guyana
  • Flag of Jamaica Jamaica
  • Flag of Montserrat Montserrat
  • Flag of Nevis Nevis Pro Team
  • Flag of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico (in 2009)
  • Flag of Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Kitts
  • Flag of Saint Lucia Saint Lucia Pro Team
  • Flag of Sint Maarten Saint Maarten
  • Flag of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Saint Vincent & the Grenadines
  • Flag of Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad & Tobago
  • Flag of the Turks and Caicos Islands Turks and Caicos Islands (in 2008)
  • Flag of the United States Virgin Islands United States Virgin Islands
  • Links to more information about the Stanford 20/20 tournament:

  • Antigua and Barbuda
  • Stanford Super Series
  • Stanford 20/20 Official website
  • Stanford 2020 – You Gotta See This
  • Allen Stanford Blog on Cricket-Other Sports
  • Discussion About the 2007 Tournament
  • Cricinfo.com tournament page

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    *Acknowledgements to Wikipedia.org and owners of pictures and videos used.

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    Introducing… The Stanford 20/20 Tournament

    Posted by wildkiwi25 on December 4, 2008

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    The Stanford 20/20 Tournament is a cricket tournament in the Caribbean island of Antigua. It was held first in July and August 2006 in the West Indies at the Stanford Cricket Ground, St. John’s, Antigua and Barbuda and the same place the year after. It is a variety of the popular Twenty20 format first introduced in English cricket in 2003.

    The format was initially devised and made possible by Allen Stanford as a part of his (private) plan to bring West Indian cricket back to life. 19 teams took part in the inaugural knock-out tournament and 20 teams took part in the second tournament (although 21 teams were originally scheduled to take part). It will now be a part of the official calendar of the WICB.

    Current teams participating in the Stanford 20/20 Tournament:

  • Flag of Anguilla Anguilla Pro Team
  • Flag of Antigua and Barbuda Antigua & Barbuda Pro Team
  • Flag of the Bahamas Bahamas
  • Flag of Barbados Barbados
  • Flag of Bermuda Bermuda
  • Flag of the British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands
  • Flag of Cayman Islands Cayman Islands
  • Flag of Cuba Cuba (in 2008 [barred])
  • Flag of Dominica Dominica
  • Flag of the Dominican Republic Dominican Republic (in 2009)
  • Flag of Grenada Grenada
  • Flag of Guyana Guyana
  • Flag of Jamaica Jamaica
  • Flag of Montserrat Montserrat
  • Flag of Nevis Nevis Pro Team
  • Flag of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico (in 2009)
  • Flag of Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Kitts
  • Flag of Saint Lucia Saint Lucia Pro Team
  • Flag of Sint Maarten Saint Maarten
  • Flag of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Saint Vincent & the Grenadines
  • Flag of Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad & Tobago
  • Flag of the Turks and Caicos Islands Turks and Caicos Islands (in 2008)
  • Flag of the United States Virgin Islands United States Virgin Islands
  • Links to more information about the Stanford 20/20 tournament:

  • Antigua and Barbuda
  • Stanford Super Series
  • Stanford 20/20 Official website
  • Stanford 2020 – You Gotta See This
  • Allen Stanford Blog on Cricket-Other Sports
  • Discussion About the 2007 Tournament
  • Cricinfo.com tournament page

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    *Acknowledgements to Wikipedia.org and owners of pictures and videos used.

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    New Zealand Cricket Test, ODI and Twenty20 schedule

    Posted by wildkiwi25 on November 6, 2008

    Here is a schedule of the games that are going to be played by New Zealand at home during the 2007/2008 home summer season. Make sure you proudly show your support for your favourite teams and make this summer of cricket an entertaining occasion, and who knows, you could be made famous by showing some enthusiasm and dedicated support for your team.

    If you are a BlackCaps supporter lets attend the games’ dressed in black and on mass and let Bangladesh, West Indies and India know that we are a force to be reckoned with!

    Here is the Black Cap’s home schedule for the home summer season of 2008/2009:

    2008:

    West Indies in NZ

    Test
    Dec 11-15: New Zealand v West Indies Dunedin
    Dec 19-23: New Zealand v West Indies Napier

    Twenty20
    Dec 26: New Zealand v West Indies Auckland
    Dec 28: New Zealand v West Indies Hamilton

    2009

    One-day matches
    Dec 31 New Zealand v West Indies Queenstown
    Jan 3 New Zealand v West Indies Christchurch
    Jan 7 New Zealand v West Indies Wellington
    Jan 10 New Zealand v West Indies Auckland
    Jan 13 New Zealand v West Indies Napier

    India in NZ

    Twenty 20
    Mar 6 New Zealand v India Wellington

    One-day matches
    Mar 8 New Zealand v India Napier
    Mar 11 New Zealand v India Hamilton
    Mar 14 New Zealand v India Auckland
    Mar 17 New Zealand v India Wellington
    Mar 20 New Zealand v India Christchurch

    First class match
    Mar 22-24 New Zealand v India Lincoln, Canterbury

    Test Matches
    Mar 26-30 New Zealand v India Hamilton
    Apr 3-7 New Zealand v India Wellington

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    New Zealand Cricket Test, ODI and Twenty20 schedule

    Posted by wildkiwi25 on November 6, 2008

    Here is a schedule of the games that are going to be played by New Zealand at home during the 2007/2008 home summer season. Make sure you proudly show your support for your favourite teams and make this summer of cricket an entertaining occasion, and who knows, you could be made famous by showing some enthusiasm and dedicated support for your team.

    If you are a BlackCaps supporter lets attend the games’ dressed in black and on mass and let Bangladesh, West Indies and India know that we are a force to be reckoned with!

    Here is the Black Cap’s home schedule for the home summer season of 2008/2009:

    2008:

    West Indies in NZ

    Test
    Dec 11-15: New Zealand v West Indies Dunedin
    Dec 19-23: New Zealand v West Indies Napier

    Twenty20
    Dec 26: New Zealand v West Indies Auckland
    Dec 28: New Zealand v West Indies Hamilton

    2009

    One-day matches
    Dec 31 New Zealand v West Indies Queenstown
    Jan 3 New Zealand v West Indies Christchurch
    Jan 7 New Zealand v West Indies Wellington
    Jan 10 New Zealand v West Indies Auckland
    Jan 13 New Zealand v West Indies Napier

    India in NZ

    Twenty 20
    Mar 6 New Zealand v India Wellington

    One-day matches
    Mar 8 New Zealand v India Napier
    Mar 11 New Zealand v India Hamilton
    Mar 14 New Zealand v India Auckland
    Mar 17 New Zealand v India Wellington
    Mar 20 New Zealand v India Christchurch

    First class match
    Mar 22-24 New Zealand v India Lincoln, Canterbury

    Test Matches
    Mar 26-30 New Zealand v India Hamilton
    Apr 3-7 New Zealand v India Wellington

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    Player Profile(#12)…Richard Staple(U.S.A)

    Posted by wildkiwi25 on March 24, 2008

    Richard Staple

    Richard Staple2

    Richard Wayne Staple (born 25 November 1969 in Kingston, Jamaica) is an American cricketer. He started his first-class cricket career playing for his native Jamaica from 1989-90 to 1994-95. He later emigrated to the United States and became captain of his adopted nation. He played two further first-class games in the 2004 ICC Intercontinental Cup. Staple led the United States to victory in the ICC Six Nations Challenge in 2004, which saw the Americans qualify for the 2004 ICC Champions Trophy in England. Staple and his teammates fared poorly against the New Zealanders and Australians as the Americans lost their first two official One Day Internationals by a wide margin. Staple plays his domestic cricket for the Progressive Cricket Club in the New York Metropolitan Cricket League.

    Some extra info about Richard Staple can be found in these links:

  • Windies stars to play in New York next month (Jun 30, 2006)
  • USA axe Staple as captain (Jul 25, 2005)
  • Ponting slams worthless match (Sep 13, 2004)
  • Fleming eyes winner-take-all against Australia (Sep 11, 2004)
  • USA enjoy their outing (Sep 10, 2004)
  • Cricinfo page on Richard Staple
  • CricketArchive page on Richard Staple
  • View the full list of 12 related articles

    *Acknowledgements to Wikipedia.com and owners of pictures and videos used.

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    Player Profile(#12)…Richard Staple(U.S.A)

    Posted by wildkiwi25 on March 24, 2008

    Player Profile(#12)…Richard Staple(U.S.A):

    Richard Staple

    Richard Staple2

    Richard Wayne Staple (born 25 November 1969 in Kingston, Jamaica) is an American cricketer. He started his first-class cricket career playing for his native Jamaica from 1989-90 to 1994-95. He later emigrated to the United States and became captain of his adopted nation. He played two further first-class games in the 2004 ICC Intercontinental Cup. Staple led the United States to victory in the ICC Six Nations Challenge in 2004, which saw the Americans qualify for the 2004 ICC Champions Trophy in England. Staple and his teammates fared poorly against the New Zealanders and Australians as the Americans lost their first two official One Day Internationals by a wide margin. Staple plays his domestic cricket for the Progressive Cricket Club in the New York Metropolitan Cricket League.

    Some extra info about Richard Staple can be found in these links:

  • Windies stars to play in New York next month (Jun 30, 2006)
  • USA axe Staple as captain (Jul 25, 2005)
  • Ponting slams worthless match (Sep 13, 2004)
  • Fleming eyes winner-take-all against Australia (Sep 11, 2004)
  • USA enjoy their outing (Sep 10, 2004)
  • Cricinfo page on Richard Staple
  • CricketArchive page on Richard Staple
  • View the full list of 12 related articles
  • West Indian cricketers
    Jamaica cricketers
    American cricketers
    American ODI cricketers

    Posted in American, Cricket, Intercontinental Cup, Jamaica, New York, New York Metropolitan Cricket League, Progressive Cricket Club, Richard Staple, Unted States, USA, West Indies | Leave a Comment »