Cricket All-Stars (better known as Cricket All-Stars Series) was an exhibition Twenty20 cricket series took place in the United States in 2015. The series features two lineups of renowned retired cricket players from around the world, led by cricket icons – Sachin Tendulkar of India and Shane Warne of Australia.
Cricket all stars was a great memory. Minute Maid Park - Houston. For all cricket lovers in the states this was one of the rare opportunities to actually watch the legends of the game up close. Although the ground is not perfectly suitable for the game due to its small size , the enclosed structure made sure that rain did not wash away the game.
3rd T20 - Sachin's Blasters v Warne's WarriorsDodger Stadium, Los Angeles
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On a wider note, the ICC Board will be receiving an update on cricket in the USA at its meeting next week, including the recent process that has been undertaken to engage with all cricket stakeholders in the USA (through a ‘Town Hall’ meeting in Chicago and other initiatives), the work of the Local Advisory Group, the ‘Cricket All-Stars’ matches and the recently concluded ICC Americas Cricket Combine, as well as the status of compliance by USACA with its reinstatement conditions.
No Live Matches at the moment. All fixtures. SRT Blasters v Warne’s Warr at Los Angeles on Nov 14, 2015. Warne’s Warr won by 4 wickets (with 1 ball remaining) Warne’s Warr v SRT Blasters at ...
Highlights of first T20 played in USA on 7th November 2015.
Cricket’s Biggest Stars Converge on the U.S. Cricket icons including Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne will play matches at three big-league baseball stadiums in the Cricket All-Star Series
“Cricket All-Stars” matches to develop cricket in the USA The ICC has recently announced three exhibition T20 matches to be played in the United States of America by teams led by Shane Warne ...
The Cricket All-Stars series is giving USA players a chance to learn from some of the best in the game and is also boosting their own profile among cricket followers in the country