Thursday, August 23, 2007
Scoring summary: ICC Americas Womens Championships:
Maple Leaf, CC, King City, Ontario
August 22, 2007 (40 overs per side match)
Bermuda 167 runs for 7 wickets (40 overs; Terry-Lynn Paynter 58 runs)
Canada 173 runs for 5 wickets (35 overs; Joanna White 50 runs not out, Kim Coulter 37 runs)
Bermuda won the toss and elected to bat.
Canada won by 5 wickets & wins ICC Americas Womens Championship
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
Canada’s women cricketers beat Argentina by 8 wickets on Tuesday in the ICC Americas Regional Championships. Argentina made 108 all out (32.3 overs), breaking the century mark for the second game in a row, which is commendable for an emerging team. The Argentine bowlers had some early success, but Yvette Singh, with 35 runs not out, and Joanna White, 34 runs not out, powered Canada to victory in the 17th over. Canada made 112 runs for 2 wickets.
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
Honolulu sweeps Canadian Tour 2007
The Honolulu Cricket Club came with a mission and completed it by sweeping both Vancouver games and three games with Victoria. Congratulations to Mark and all the team members for their fine display of the skill and friendship.
I am sure the Vagabonds are busy planning their return trip to Honolulu for a match.
Thanks Peter, Howard, Guy and Russ for helping with the organization of this event.
The league is always looking for both on the field and on the touch line refs.
Please let me know if you are interested.
Director Rugby Operations, CWRFC.
Sent: Saturday, August 18, 2007 12:43 PM
Subject: Fw: Reminders again of upcoming ref courses
> To all VIRU Club Reps;
> Enclosed is a remainder to all the clubs re. a course for referees -
> that will be put on next Friday/Saturday in Victoria (August 24/25) -
> and in Nanaimo on August 7/8.
> Last year, our clubs did a good job in producing refs for Div. 3. This
> season will also be very tight - and I think we all agree we need to
> redouble our efforts to expand our base of refs.
> The courses offered by the VIRRS will enhance the quality of
> refereeing on the Island - and reduce our collective liability in the
> event we had to defend a catastrophic injury lawsuit.
> Please pull out the stops - and get some folks from each club to these
> instruction sessions. There is no requirement to formally join the
> Vancouver Island referee's society to take the course - although if
> some decide to do so, that would be appreciated.
> I know that JBAA has decided to pay the $20 fee for any of it's
> members who attend. Other clubs might like to do so also.
> I am asking Bruce Kuklinski to extend registration through next
> Wednesday's VIRU Board meeting - to give you as much time as possible
> to develop support within your club for attendance at these very
> important sessions!
> Thank you for your support!
> Phil Meyer
Wednesday, August 15, 2007
Honolulu 332 after 40 overs for 8 wickets
Cowichan 167 after 40 overs for 7wickets
After sweeping both games in Vancouver they continue tomorrow at Beacon Hill Park against the Vagabonds 1:00pm start time.
Saturday 18th at Beacon Hill Park.
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Only seven days left until the majority of the BC girls jet out to join the rest of the crew in Toronto. It's going to be an epic adventure, and I can hardly wait! Stay tuned to this blog to follow the inside track as the Canadian girls prepare to take on the challenge at the inaugural ICC Americas Womens Championship.
Monday, August 20th: Canada vs Trinidad & TobagoBermuda vs ArgentinaTuesday, August 21st: Canada vs ArgentinaTrinidad & Tobago vs BermudaThursday, August 23rd: Canada vs BermudaTrinidad & Tobago vs ArgentinaFriday, August 24th: Trinidad & Tobago vs Americas XIRest of Americas "A" vs "B"All games taking place at the Maple Leaf Cricket Club in King City, Ontario. 11am start. Spectators and cheering squads welcome and encouraged!
Team Canada 2007
Tony Cordle (Coach)
Kim Coulter (Vice-Captain)
Lenore Davis (1st Alternate)
Ramdai (Janet) John-Dorie
Sobea Maream (2nd Alternate)
Ave Mogan (Captain)
Frank Persaud (Coach)
Muneshri (Mona) Persaud
Shoba (Yvette) Singh
Friday, August 10, 2007
This Friday the Soccer group are hoping to collect household items to take to their friends in need....so if you have any items you think would be helpful, drop by the club tomorrow between 4:30 and 10pm.
CW Rugby supporting our Castaway Soccer friends.
Tuesday, August 07, 2007
The Honolulu Cricket Club is arriving next week and we are asking for your support to help fund a dinner at the Pavillion after Saturdays game.
$20.00 dollars a head will provide each team member with food and drink.
Please come out for some fine cricket and help us provide the hospitality needed for this event.
The Matches will take place Tuesday at Shawnigan Lake 14th, Thursday 16th and Saturday 18th at Beacon Hill Park.
Please see Guy Drake or David Billingham with your donations.
Your support is greatly appreciated.
Sunday, August 05, 2007
So please think it over....good lads all.....and let me know if you are able to help the lads in some way.
Thanks for all your ongoing support.....07/08 shaping up to be a great season for all CW.
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