USA October 6, 2006

A new hope for the USA

The USA Cricket Association executive meeting in Florida on Saturday (October 7) is set to unveil an ambitious new partnership with an international sports marketing company.

The USA Cricket Association executive meeting in Florida on Saturday (October 7) is set to unveil an ambitious new partnership with an international sports marketing company.

The USACA is likely to enter into a joint venture with the company, and this body will be responsible for a number of aspects of cricket in the USA.

Click here for the full story

Martin Williamson is executive editor of ESPNcricinfo and managing editor of ESPN Digital Media in Europe, the Middle East and Africa

Comments have now been closed for this article

  • JRG on October 27, 2006, 14:43 GMT

    Typical USACA, they make a bold statement and then there is nothing, no information on the reported marketing deal in any forum. I have no doubt that when Dainty releases any information it will be short on detail. And an important question is one of conflict of interest - do any of the USACA executive have a vested interest in the agreement?

  • DuncanT on October 16, 2006, 6:53 GMT

    USACA will never get things sorted. They have screwed so much up that all this will do is give them more money to waste. It needs a new bunch of guys running the show not the same wasters with more dollars.

  • Huff on October 6, 2006, 19:44 GMT

    This has to be good for the US and might be the last chance to get things sorted in the organization

  • JRG on October 27, 2006, 14:43 GMT

    Typical USACA, they make a bold statement and then there is nothing, no information on the reported marketing deal in any forum. I have no doubt that when Dainty releases any information it will be short on detail. And an important question is one of conflict of interest - do any of the USACA executive have a vested interest in the agreement?

  • DuncanT on October 16, 2006, 6:53 GMT

    USACA will never get things sorted. They have screwed so much up that all this will do is give them more money to waste. It needs a new bunch of guys running the show not the same wasters with more dollars.

  • Huff on October 6, 2006, 19:44 GMT

    This has to be good for the US and might be the last chance to get things sorted in the organization

  • No featured comments at the moment.

  • Huff on October 6, 2006, 19:44 GMT

    This has to be good for the US and might be the last chance to get things sorted in the organization

  • DuncanT on October 16, 2006, 6:53 GMT

    USACA will never get things sorted. They have screwed so much up that all this will do is give them more money to waste. It needs a new bunch of guys running the show not the same wasters with more dollars.

  • JRG on October 27, 2006, 14:43 GMT

    Typical USACA, they make a bold statement and then there is nothing, no information on the reported marketing deal in any forum. I have no doubt that when Dainty releases any information it will be short on detail. And an important question is one of conflict of interest - do any of the USACA executive have a vested interest in the agreement?