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ICC Americas news
Dec 15, 2014: Up to six U-23 players from the ICC Americas region are being given a chance to play for a Caribbean Premier League development contract for the 2015 CPL season
Dec 10, 2014: Sushil Nadkarni made the country's administrators aware that quality cricket exists outside the traditional power bases of New York, Los Angeles and Florida
Dec 10, 2014: Sushil Nadkarni, one of the most prolific batsmen in the history of US cricket, has announced his retirement aged 38.
Dec 8, 2014: For a player dubbed as an "Insurance Policy" by his former coach, Aditya Thyagarajan remained USA's most under-appreciated batsman of the last decade
Dec 8, 2014: Batsman Aditya Thyagarajan has announced his retirement from international cricket following USA's fifth place finish at ICC WCL Division Three in Malaysia in October.
Nov 22, 2014: A vote on a revised constitution has been deferred for a second time this year after a motion was passed at the USACA AGM for league presidents to come up with further revisions to the draft document
Nov 14, 2014: Front and center on this weekend's agenda at the USACA AGM is a vote to ratify an amended USACA constitution. The result will speak volumes about who holds the power for steering the future of cricket in the country.
Nov 13, 2014: Two of USACA president Gladstone Dainty's longtime allies have come out strongly against USACA vice-president Michael Gale's claim that the solution to USACA's current problems is to ratify an amended constitution
Nov 12, 2014: USACA vice president Michael Gale has told ESPNcricinfo that the first step to solving many of the issues faced by USA's players is ratifying a revised constitution and governance model at the upcoming USACA AGM
Nov 12, 2014: USA allrounder Japen Patel has countered the criticism levelled by multiple team-mates against coach Robin Singh, saying that Singh has been "the best thing to happen to US cricket"
Nov 9, 2014: Two of former USA captain Orlando Baker's team-mates have backed up his criticism of the USA Cricket Association leadership and coach Robin Singh, and have asserted that they will join Baker by not playing for USA until the situation changes
Papua New Guinea v Hong Kong, 2nd ODI, Townsville
Nov 9, 2014: On Sunday, Papua New Guinea became the first country to win their first two one-day internationals - that performance was not a result of chance but painstaking efforts have been made on and off the field over the last several seasons
Nov 8, 2014: Former captain Orlando Baker has criticised the USA Cricket Association administration, blaming it for the recent relegation to Division Four
ICC World Cup 2015
Nov 5, 2014: There will be plenty of debate between now and February 14, but for now, here are 10 talking points to ponder
Oct 31, 2014: While it may seem jarring, USA's relegation to WCL Division Four was a culmination of factors including inconsistent selection policies and a lack of proper preparation
Oct 23, 2014: Former Bangladesh Test captain Mohammad Ashraful is biding his time during his ban from international cricket by playing club cricket in New York
USA v Bermuda, ICC WCL Division Three, Malaysia
Oct 23, 2014: Few fast bowlers in the USA are as canny and cagey at working batsmen over and getting them out as Usman Shuja
ICC WCL Division Three, Malaysia
Oct 22, 2014: ESPNcricinfo previews the six teams in the ICC World Cricket League Division Three in Malaysia
Oct 21, 2014: USA opening batsman Sushil Nadkarni has secured the necessary visa to travel to Malaysia and join the USA squad for ICC WCL Division Three.
Oct 19, 2014: USA's previously scheduled five-day preparation tour to Jamaica ahead of ICC WCL Division Three in Malaysia has been scrapped
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