USA December 19, 2007

Houston, we could have a problem

ESPNcricinfo staff
Cricket is thriving among the ex-pats in Houston, Texas

Cricket is thriving among the ex-pats in Houston, Texas. But, reports the Houston Chronicle, the future of the game could be threatened.

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  • Rich B on December 19, 2007, 13:00 GMT

    According to the article the future of the game is in the balance because the expat players have no interest in passing the game down to the next generation. There's a remedy for that: take an interest.

  • Brian Tsekwende on December 19, 2007, 7:35 GMT

    Can some1 please give methe contacts to American Cricket associations please. I am in the States and would love to play cricket .I am a Zimbabwean guy who played at school , college and in National league .Please e mail me on mctsek@yahoo.com. I m in the Houston Texas.

  • Rich B on December 19, 2007, 13:00 GMT

    According to the article the future of the game is in the balance because the expat players have no interest in passing the game down to the next generation. There's a remedy for that: take an interest.

  • Brian Tsekwende on December 19, 2007, 7:35 GMT

    Can some1 please give methe contacts to American Cricket associations please. I am in the States and would love to play cricket .I am a Zimbabwean guy who played at school , college and in National league .Please e mail me on mctsek@yahoo.com. I m in the Houston Texas.

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  • Brian Tsekwende on December 19, 2007, 7:35 GMT

    Can some1 please give methe contacts to American Cricket associations please. I am in the States and would love to play cricket .I am a Zimbabwean guy who played at school , college and in National league .Please e mail me on mctsek@yahoo.com. I m in the Houston Texas.

  • Rich B on December 19, 2007, 13:00 GMT

    According to the article the future of the game is in the balance because the expat players have no interest in passing the game down to the next generation. There's a remedy for that: take an interest.