March 31, 2010

Canada

Canada announce squad for Jamaica tour

Sahil Dutta

Cricket Canada has announced its squad for the upcoming tour of Jamaica. The tour starts on 8 April with a match against Jamaica and concludes on 13 April with a ODI against the West Indies.

Parth Desai makes his first appearance in a Canadian senior squad, while Henry Osinde returns to the side after serving out his suspension due to disciplinary reasons.

Canada squad Ashish Bagai (Captain), Rizwan Cheema -(Vice Captain), Harvir Baidwan, Trevin Bastiampillai, Umar Bhatti, Khurram Chohan, Jawad Dawood, Parth Desai, Sunil Dhaniram, Nitish Kumar, Usman Limbada, Henry Osinde, Hiral Patel, Zubin Surkari

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Posted by Anil Koshy on (May 24, 2010, 4:43 GMT)

Canada looks more like an Asia XI rather than an international side. ICC should do something to stop such teams from participating in international events. Afganistan and Nepal are much better teams than Canada by all means.

Posted by jawad on (April 16, 2010, 5:02 GMT)

yesss montyy rip it up!!

Posted by lalit modi on (April 14, 2010, 20:20 GMT)

Canadian Curruption Association sorry Canadian Cricket Asso would never ever make a fair selection of it, CCA is in the deep shit and will be, when Ashish bagai made last fifty? fcuk every 15 match he makes like 30s n 40s with consuming dbl da ball, all the Patels are there due to asshole Arvind patel, n who the Fcuk is Rizvan cheema to lead da team? shame shame, u bater play NHL

Posted by Raju Shah on (April 9, 2010, 21:55 GMT)

All the best to our brand new Canadian Cricket Team! Wish you all the best for the world cup. Always remember that together we are the one, Go Cananda Go!

Posted by Sachin Tendulkar on (April 4, 2010, 17:46 GMT)

Congrats to Parth Desai! Truly a deserving and a very talented bowler!

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Sahil Dutta
Assistant editor Sahil Dutta grew up supporting England during the 90s. Despite this, he still enjoys the game. His unrequited passions for Graeme Hick and, in latter years, Vikram Solanki gave him a stoicism that guided him through an Economics degree and a stint working at the European Parliament. He maintains the purest love for Tests and the whims of legspin bowling and still harbours hope that he could be the answer to England's long search for a mystery spinner. As it is, his most exciting cricketing experience was planning a trip to Australia for the 2006-07 Ashes with two utterly indifferent friends. Unfortunately his lung collapsed shortly before his planned departure and the pair were left to wander around from Test to Test, unprepared and clueless. Any comparisons with England are far too obvious to make. That cancelled holiday inspired an Ashes blog which led, via some tea-making at the Wisden Cricketer, to the ESPNcricinfo towers.

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