United States of America Cricket Association

United States Of America Cricket Association

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The United States of America Cricket Association (USACA) is the official governing body of the sport of cricket in the United States. USACA sponsors the United States cricket team that is recognized by the International Cricket Council, and has been an associate member of that body since 1965.

USACA administers "traditional" cricket, unrelated to Pro Cricket, a private body which established a now-defunct league in 2004.

USACA announced in July 2009 it was inviting proposals from prospective sponsors, broadcasters and game development partners to help it launch the American Premier League, an Indian Premier League style Twenty20 league tournament.

In July 2006 a National Junior Cricket Tournament, hosted by the California Cricket Academy (CCA), was one of the first such tournaments sponsored by the USACA. Prior to 2006, junior cricket events had been administered by other organizations such as Major League Cricket.

The board announced in December 2010 it had signed a $10 million dollar deal with New Zealand Cricket and several strategic investors are stakeholders, creating a new body...
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