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QUCA U17 Wildcats

Aug 4, 2022

The Winning Team:

N Ramsaran(c)
K Jairam
J Higgins
H Bharadwaj
J Samuel
Ju Mingo
Jo Mingo
S Bhatia
A Jain
D Seegobin
M Mowla
E Mohammad

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QUCA U17 Wildcats

Aug 3, 2022

QUCA is in the U17 NYCL Finals after a 1 run win in a heart-stopping semifinal that went to the very last ball. A truly fantastic effort in the field - ICUSA were well placed at 110 without a loss in 17, with their openers easily ticking off the the runs, without giving a single chance or taking any risk. But the QUCA boys continued to show great energy and self belief, ably led by Naveer. Harsha brought in the first wicket, then another and then three by sahir turned the game around. Supported by some fine wicket keeping by Jermey and some excellent catching and fielding, ICUSA were facing a steep target of 23 in the last 2 overs but it wasn't time to celebrate yet as one of their batters scored 16 runs in the 29th, leaving Naveer to defend just 7 in the last over. But the experience of the nail biters from the last 2 days helped the team stay calm and choked the opposition to win by one run.
See Recent Matches below for more details

Other notable performances

Week of Aug 3, 2022

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Latest News
7 QUCA players in the East Zone team for the USAC U15 Nationals

QUCA is proud to announce that seven of its U15 players have been selected to represent the East Zone team in the upcoming National tournament in Houston. The tournament will be from from Nov 10th through Nov 13. Congratulations to all the selected players:
Danvir Seegobin, Justin Mingo, Aayush Athavia, Jayden Higgins, Jeremy Samuels, Harsha Bharadwaj and Sahir Bhatia

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Danvir Seegobin

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Justin Mingo

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Aayush Athavia

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Latest Training Tip

Disguising the slower ball
There are multiple variations of slower balls that are effective in different situations and against different types of batters. But a key aspect of any of these is to be able hide them and make the change to your grip as late as possible. Here's a great clip of Ollie Robinson bowling the knuckle ball - notice how late he changes the grip giving the batter no time to pick it

Current Training Programs

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Saturday Morning - Indoor Training

Dates: Starting 

Dec 3, 2022

10

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1:30 p.m - 3:00 p.m

Location

Storm Sports Academy
Saturday Morning - Indoor Training

Dates: Starting 

Dec 3, 2022

10

sessions

Times:  

10:30 a.m - 12:30 p.m

Location

Storm Sports Academy
Additional Sessions

For additional 1:1 or small group sessions, please email us or call us

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About Us

Queens United Cricket Academy in New York, USA has been established to teach youngsters the skills of the game and to inspire them with its foundations - team work, honesty, integrity and fair play.

Our vision is to create a center of excellence for young talented cricketers who want to take their game to the highest level. We believe the best way to achieve that is to show the young players how we prepare for games, both on and off the field. With our great coaching team to deliver specially designed programs, we aim to mold tomorrow’s cricketers today.

QUCA youth cricket squad