Thu, 09/15/2011

Calling all coaches...

Cricket Canada is looking for motivated, passionate and skilled cricketers with a keen interest in coaching to puruse the goals laid out in the 2011 Strategic plan. 

Cricket Canada, in association wtih ICC America's will be offering the ICC Level 1 Cricket Coaching Certification Course in Toronto September 23-25th, 2011. 

The offering is the first in a series of initiatives to support Cricket Canada's strategic plan that was released earlier this year. Cricket Canada will be looking to certify as many coaches across Canada on an annual basis. In 2012, the Level 2 course will be offered in conjunction with the West Indies Cricket Board benchmarking Cricket Canada's courses against a top FM international standard.

Positions are being offered in the first course to provinces on the basis of georgraphic and demographic criteria. In accordance with Cricket Canada's goal's laid out in the strategic plan, 6 regional and 20 area coaches will be certified to support and train regional squads in all of our programs. 

In 2012 Cricket Canada's selectors will also be certfied to level 2 in accordance wtih the strategic plans selection criteria and the entire senior selection panel will also partake in this course. 

Cricket Canada is currently in the process of engaging an expert to develop Cricket Canada coaching system that will achieve NCCP and ICC approval. A common curriculum will be developed for Cricket Canada coaches to follow and a process for approved academy certification will also be introduced. Persons participating in the current course would need to take required NCCP courses thru their local coaching association in the Province of their residence.

Candidates with proven cricket credentials and a keen interest in pursuing cricket coaching are encouraged to apply. Should positions not be available for the upcoming course,  candidates will be wait-listed for the next set of courses to be offered in the coming months.

REGISTER NOW

Thu, 09/15/2011

The International Cricket Council has confirmed the dates and format for the ICC World T20 Qualifier in 2012 that will be held in UAE.

The tournament will be held 13-24 March 2012 utilizing five grounds in the country. (Dubai International Cricket Stadium, ICC Global Cricket Academy Ovals 1 and 2, Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium)

The tournament format will be as follows :

- Two groups of eight, each team playing each team in their group once
- The top 3 teams in each group will progress to the second round
- The group winners will play each other in a group final which will see the winner of that match qualify for the 2012 T20 CWC. The loser moves into the qualifying final
- The second and third teams in each group cross over wiht the winners meeting in a Preliminary Final.
- The winner for the preliminary final plays the loser of the qualifying final with that match winner moving through to the 2012 T20 CWC

Wed, 09/14/2011

DAY 2 of Canada's Intercontinental Cup fixture with Ireland is underway from Observatory Lane in Dublin.  

Canada did well to scuttle the balance of the Irish innings for a paltry 27 behind the bowling of Khurram Chohan (4-101) and Manny Aulakh (3-94), who both grabbed a piece of the morning's action.   

In their 1st innings response, Canada came out agressively with Ruvindu Gunasekera (66) taking iniative over an Irish bowling attack that will miss the veteran leadership of the cagy Trent Johnston.  

The  innings however belonged to Irish spinners as Alberta van der Merwe (5-70) and George Dockrell (2-60) combined with seamer John Mooney (2-28) to rattle the Canadian batting to 194 all out.  

Canada followed on and after a steady start, wickets began to tumble. Rizwan Cheema did set the Dublin sky ablaze wtih a scintilating half century scoring 97 (45 balls | 10 sixes). Cheema's extraordinary innings ended with Boom Boom short of a century but he very clearly announced that he is back and a force to be reckoned with.   Cheema's departure spelt the end for any Canadian resistance as they were bundled out for 257, some 11 runs adrift of the target.

Despite the dissapointing outcome, Canada takes a measure of confidence into the coming ODI's .

Speaking from Toronto, President Ranjit Saini spoke about the loss

"We were of course all dissapointed with the outcome today but take solace that the dissapointment comes from the passion to win not only in our players but our administratiors and fans across the globe. Year's of neglect of our domestic system have put us into an unenviable position and while we move to correct this deficiency, we will continue to breed our young players into our team. We expect uneven outcomes but know that the path we are on will lead to greater successes in the future.

we are proud of the fight and determination our boys showed today and expect the same next week in the ODI's."

 

Cricinfo’s  coverage

DAY 2 UPDATES

09.14.11 | 10:20am EDT | 2nd INNINGS Canada Follow On

09.14.11 | 9:15am EDT | Rizwan Cheema (28) falls to John Mooney.  Canada are 163/6.

09.14.11 | 8:50am EDT | George Dockrell strikes as Jimmy Hansra (8) is removed LBW. Canada are 123/5.

09.14.11 | 8:40am EDT | Albert Van der Merwe has trapped Ruvindu Gunasekera (66) out of his crease.  Canada are on the back foot now 123/4.

09.14.11 | 8:30am EDT | Albert Van der Merwe has claimed the wicket of Zeashan Siddiqui (14).  Canada are 114/4.

09.14.11 | 7:30am EDT | LUNCH | Canada are 92-2 at lunch.  Ruvindu Gunasekera (53) has led Canada's charge. 

DAY 1 SUMMARY

TOUR NOTEABLES

09.13.11 | 3:00pm EDT | Ireland are on top after DAY 1 with a sizeable first innings total of 435 / 7. P. Stirling (107)

09.12.11 | 10:00am EDT | ICUP preparations for both teams have been affected by adverse weather conditions.  Unusually high winds have meant practice was conducted indoors. FORECAST

09.09.11 | 1:00pm EDT | Canadian paceman Henry Osinde was unable to depart with the team from Toronto on Thursday evening due to an unspecified travel document issue.

RELATED ARTICLES

09.13.11 | IRELAND ON TOP WITH FIRST DAY HONOURS
09.13.11 | CANADA READY FOR ICUP ENCOUNTER
09.11.11 | CANADA XI GRAB WARM-UP WIN
09.02.11 | A FOCUS ON YOUTH IN IRELAND TOUR SQUAD

TOUR SCHEDULE

Warm-Up Match - SCORECARD

Canada XI vs Leprechauns CC
September 10th, 2011 | 12:00pm Local | 07:00am EDT
North Kildare CC, Kilcock

Intercontinental Cup Fixture CRICINFO LIVE
September 13th – 16th, 2011 | 10:30am Local | 05:30am EDT
Observatory Lane, Rathmines, Dublin

Associate ODI League STREAMED LIVE
September 19th. 2011 | 10:30am Local | 05:30am EDT
Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Dublin

September 20th. 2011 | 10:30am Local | 05:30am EDT
Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Dublin

TOURING SQUAD

Amarbir Hansra (Captain) BC, Rizwan Cheema (Vice Captain) ON, Harvir Baidwan ON, Usman Limbada ON, Hamza Tariq AB, Henry Osinde ON, Hiral Patel ON, Junaid Siddiqui ON, Zeeshan Siddiqui MB, Ruvindu Gunasekera ON, Khurram Chohan AB, Maninder Aulakh BC, Nitish Kumar ON, Zahid Hussain ON.

Interim Coach: Ingleton Liburd
Manager: Johnny Bujan
Physio: Jason Israelski

Tue, 09/13/2011

Canada's Intercontinental Cup fixture with Ireland is underway from Observatory Lane in Dublin.  

After winning the toss and electing to bat, an agressive stand by Irish openers Paul Stirling (107), notching his second first class century, and Gary Wilson (61) gave Ireland a perfect start to the day.  Their 155 run opening partnership was headlined by Stirling's superb 116 ball hundered, compiled by 18 boundaries and 2 sixes.  

With both openers departing early in the 2nd session, Canada fought back claiming 4 wickets and holding momentum until the 115 run partnership of Kevin O'Brien (79) & Alex Cusack (81) maintained the Irish advantage. 

Canadian Captain Jimmy Hansra gave credit to the Irish batting but will look for a better effort from his bowlers.

"Ireland batted really well throughout the day ... Obviously there are some things that we have discussed internally and would like to see improvement upon tomorrow ... we can't take anything away the innings of Paul Stirling and Kevin O'Brien ... they were fluent."

Canadian seamers Khurram Chohan (2-86), Harvir Baidwan (1-57), Manny Aulakh (2-87), and Rizwan Cheema (1-48) claimed 6 of 7 Irish wickets on the day.  

Zahid Hussain (0-65) and Hiral Patel (0-40) bowled with good economy however were not rewarded for their efforts.  jimmy Hansra (1-46) claimed the all important wicket of Paul Stirling

Follow DAY 2 with Cricinfo’s LIVE coverage starting Wednesday at 5:30am EDT.

DAY 1 UPDATES

09.13.11 | 1:00pm EDT | STUMPS Ireland 435/7 (96 Overs)

09.13.11 | 12:30pm EDT | Harvir Baidwan claims the late wicket of Stuart Poynter (31).  Ireland are 424/7 with 5 overs left in the day.

09.13.11 | 11:45am EDT | Manny Aulakh has claimed the prize wicket of Alex Cusack (81).  Cusack top edged and skied out to Candian keeper Hamza Tariq.  Ireland are in control at 385/6 after 81 overs.  14 Overs remain in today's play. 

09.13.11 | 11:15am EDT | Rizwan Cheema has dispatched Kevin O'Brien (79) breaking his 115 run partnership with Alex Cusack.  Ireland are 351/5 after 74 overs.

09.13.11 | 11:00am EDT | Kevin O'Brien (78) & Alex Cusack (59) have maintained the Irish advantage after tea.  Consistant boundaries have maintained a run rate of 5 runs per over.  Ireland are 347/4 after 71 overs.

09.13.11 | 10:20am EDT | At tea, Canada have fought back claiming 4 wickets in the 2nd session.  Ireland, however, have maintained the advantage by continuing to score at almost 5 runs per over.   An Alex Cusack (46) and Kevin O'Brien (32) 52 run partnership quelled the flow of wickets and the pair appear set to continue their agressive tone.  Ireland are 288 / 4 from 62 overs.

09.13.11 | 10:00am EDT | Canada's Khurram Chohan has picked up his second wicket dismissing the dangerous and in-form Andrew White (19).

Canada have claimed 4 wickets in the 2nd session.

09.13.11 | 9:25am EDT | Canada's Manny Aulakh has picked his maiden first class wicket rattling the off stump of Andrew Poynter.  Ireland are 213/3 (50 overs). Canada are fighting their way back into this match.

09.13.11 | 9:05am EDT | Canada's Jimmy Hansra has bowled Paul Stirling dismissing him for a superb 107(122b). Ireland are 190/2 after 45 overs.

09.13.11 | 9:00am EDT | Ireland's Paul Stirling has notched his second first class century.  Ireland are 178/1.

09.13.11 | 8:45 am EDT | Canada's Khurram Chohan has dismissed Gary Wilson for 61(122 balls) LBW and broken the Irish 151 run opening stand.

09.13.11 | 8:00am EDT | Ireland's Paul Stirling and Gary Wilson have given Ireland a confident start at lunch under cool and blustering conditions.  Scoring at over 4 runs per over the Irish pair have been largely untroubled in the first two hours of play smashing 19 boundaries for their unbeaten stand.

TOUR NOTEABLES

09.12.11 | 10:00am EDT | ICUP preparations for both teams have been affected by adverse weather conditions.  Unusually high winds have meant practice was conducted indoors. FORECAST

09.09.11 | 1:00pm EDT | Canadian paceman Henry Osinde was unable to depart with the team from Toronto on Thursday evening due to an unspecified travel document issue.

RELATED ARTICLES

09.13.11 | CANADA READY FOR ICUP ENCOUNTER
09.11.11 | CANADA XI GRAB WARM-UP WIN
09.02.11 | A FOCUS ON YOUTH IN IRELAND TOUR SQUAD

TOUR SCHEDULE

Warm-Up Match - SCORECARD

Canada XI vs Leprechauns CC
September 10th, 2011 | 12:00pm Local | 07:00am EDT
North Kildare CC, Kilcock

Intercontinental Cup Fixture CRICINFO LIVE
September 13th – 16th, 2011 | 10:30am Local | 05:30am EDT
Observatory Lane, Rathmines, Dublin

Associate ODI League STREAMED LIVE
September 19th. 2011 | 10:30am Local | 05:30am EDT
Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Dublin

September 20th. 2011 | 10:30am Local | 05:30am EDT
Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Dublin

TOURING SQUAD

Amarbir Hansra (Captain) BC, Rizwan Cheema (Vice Captain) ON, Harvir Baidwan ON, Usman Limbada ON, Hamza Tariq AB, Henry Osinde ON, Hiral Patel ON, Junaid Siddiqui ON, Zeeshan Siddiqui MB, Ruvindu Gunasekera ON, Khurram Chohan AB, Maninder Aulakh BC, Nitish Kumar ON, Zahid Hussain ON.

Interim Coach: Ingleton Liburd
Manager: Johnny Bujan
Physio: Jason Israelski

Tue, 09/13/2011

With sadness, Cricket Canada regrets to inform that former Canadian Captain Cecil Marshall passed away this week. 
Below is the announcement as posted in the local newspaper. 
 
 

Died peacefully at his home, after a prolonged illness, on Saturday 10th in the care and comfort of his family. He is survived by his 3 children Kathleen Callender, Lisa Marshall and Dr. Peter Marshall, sons in law Andrew Callender and John Bedward, daughter in law Tia Marshall and grand children Matthew Callender, Makenna Marshall and Alyssa and Aliyah Moore and former wife Helen Prince. Cecil's brothers Lennard and Desmond Marshall, sisters Ena Griffith, Yvonne West, Mavis Marshall-Adedeji and Bernice Marshall including several treasured nieces and nephews also mourn his passing.The family is eternally grateful to the many caring friends who contributed to keeping Cecil comfortable,offered kinds words and support, during what was a very difficult time, these include Merle Solomon (Mother of Dr. Peter Marshall) and Pascale Gareau. Cecil is best remembered for his love, passion and dedication to cricket, a game that brought him immense joy and one he had a mastery of and could recall key cricketing milestones and achievements with ease. His fondest memories include representing Canada at the Prudential Cup in 1979, captaining the Canadian team at ICC tournament in England seeing Brian Lara achieve his world test record and anticipating the summer cricket season at the Governor Generals ground in Ottawa for his club. Funeral Mass will take place on Wednesday September 14th at 11:00am at the Good Shepherd Church, 3092 Innes Road, Gloucester. Immediately followed by an internment in Montreal at the Mount Royal Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.heritagefh.ca

 

Mon, 09/12/2011

The ICC has announced its qualification process for the 2015 Cricket World Cup to be co-hosted by Australia and NZ.

A reversal to its previous decision to remove associate nations from the tournament, the ICC will now provide two (2) pathways for the twelve (12) teams that will attempt to qualify for the four (4) available spots. 

The top two (2) top ranked teams from the present ICC Associate ODI League will automatically qualify for the event, while the remainder of the ICC High Performance teams will be joined by the top two (2) ranked teams from World Cricket League's 2 & 3 in a ten (10) team qualifier.

Although this announcement is a positive step toward an inclusive view of world cricket, many associate nations are still disappointed by the ICC's decision to reduce the number of associate teams for the 2012 World T20 from six (6) to two (2) teams.

FULL CRICINFO REPORT

Mon, 09/12/2011

Canada’s Irish tour will officially commence tomorrow with its final Intercontinental Cup fixture of the year.  The regular entanglement with highly rated Ireland is one of Canada’s best rivalries on the associate tour.

Follow the match with Cricinfo’s LIVE coverage starting Tuesday morning at 5:30am EDT.

Interim Coach Ingleton Liburd was positive heading into tomorrow's contest from Observatory Lane. 

" The team is in good spirits and confident going into the match … We had a good outing in the warm up match which helped the team acclimatize to the wet and cool conditions in Ireland. ”

Canadian captain Amarbir (Jimmy) Hansra concurred with his coach’s positive assessment.

“ We’re upbeat and ready for the Irish.  The conditions suit our swing bowlers and we have the ability to take twenty Irish wickets. ”

Hansra continued and discussed the depth of experience in his squad.

“ I’m happy with the young squad and its mix of senior experience in bowling and batting respectively.  Everyone is focused and geared up for the series and we will put forth our best effort. “

Canada’s pace battery will be without veteran seamer Henry Osinde who was unable to depart with the touring party due to an unspecified travel document issue.  As such, the responsibility of securing Canada’s bowling fortunes will be on the shoulders of Khurram Chohan and Harvir Baidwan.  Promising Canadian u19 seamer Manny Aulakh is expected to make his first class debut and along with all-rounder Rizwan Cheema, will round out the seam quartet.

Ruvindu Gunasekera
(59) and Hiral Patel (36) both got starts in Canada’s warm up match vs Leprechauns CC and will look to continue the trend.

TOUR NOTEABLES

09.12.11 | 10:00am EDT | ICUP preparations for both teams have been affected by adverse weather conditions.  Unusually high winds have meant practice was conducted indoors. FORECAST

09.09.11 | 1:00pm EDT | Canadian paceman Henry Osinde was unable to depart with the team from Toronto on Thursday evening due to an unspecified travel document issue.

RELATED ARTICLES

09.11.11 | CANADA XI GRAB WARM-UP WIN

TOUR SCHEDULE

Warm-Up Match - SCORECARD
Canada XI vs Leprechauns CC
September 10th, 2011 | 12:00pm Local | 07:00am EDT
North Kildare CC, Kilcock

Intercontinental Cup Fixture CRICINFO LIVE
September 13th – 16th, 2011 | 10:30am Local | 05:30am EDT
Observatory Lane, Rathmines, Dublin

Associate ODI League (STREAMED LIVE)
September 19th. 2011 | 10:30am Local | 05:30am EDT
Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Dublin

September 20th. 2011 | 10:30am Local | 05:30am EDT
Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Dublin

TOURING SQUAD

Amarbir Hansra (Captain) BC, Rizwan Cheema (Vice Captain) ON, Harvir Baidwan ON, Usman Limbada ON, Hamza Tariq AB, Henry Osinde ON, Hiral Patel ON, Junaid Siddiqui ON, Zeeshan Siddiqui MB, Ruvindu Gunasekera ON, Khurram Chohan AB, Maninder Aulakh BC, Nitish Kumar ON, Zahid Hussain ON.

Interim Coach: Ingleton Liburd
Manager: Johnny Bujan
Physio: Jason Israelski

 

Sun, 09/11/2011

Cricket Alberta and the Manitoba Cricket Association hosted the 2011 Western Canada u19 Intercity Series in Red Deer, AB this past weekend. . Representative squads from Calgary, Edmonton, and Winnipeg  competed for the regional T20 title. 

The tournament was played at the Collicut Centre on Lockwood Avenue & 32nd ST.

DAY 2 SUMMARY (SUN SEP 11th, 2011)

MATCH 4 | Calgary u19 defeat Edmonton u19 
MATCH 5 | Winnipeg u19 defeat Edmonton u19 
MATCH 6 | Calgary u19 defeat Winnipeg u19

DAY 1 SUMMARY (SAT SEP 10th, 2011

MATCH 1 | Calgary u19 defeat Edmonton u19 (by 7 wickets)
Edmonton 73. Azhar Afridi (4) and Veenu Goswami (3)
Calgary. Inderpaul Sidhu (20*), Sudeepta Aurka (19)

MATCH 2 | Winnipeg u19 defeat Edmonton u19 (by 9 wickets - Details to Follow)
Edmonton 78.

MATCH 3 | Calgary u19 defeat Winnipeg u19
Calgary 153. Inderpaul Sidhu (58*), Sudeepta Aurka (32), Veenu Goswami (25).
Manitoba 53. Randhiv (4). Veenu Goswami (3)

TOURNAMENT NOTEABLES

09.11.11 | 11:00am EDT | Calgary's Veenu Goswami won the tournament MVP. 

09.09.11 | 1:00pm EDT | The tournament will feature three Canadian u19's players who competed in the recent Global u19 Qualifiers in Ireland. (Sudeepta Aurka - Calgary, Akhlas Umar - Winnipeg, & Trevor Manoosingh - Winnipeg)

09.07.11 | 10:00am EDT | Former Pakistan bowler Saleem Jaffar conducted training sessions in Calgary (Thursday) and Red Deer (Friday) as preparation for the teams ahead of the tournament. 

SCHEDULE

SATURDAY September 10th, 2011
Match#1 Calgary vs Edmonton | 9:00am --- 12:00pm
Match#2 Edmonton vs Winnipeg | 12:30pm --- 03:30pm
Match#3 Calgary vs Winnipeg | 4:30pm --- 7:30pm

SUNDAY September 11th, 2011
Match#4 Calgary vs Edmonton | 9:00am --- 12:00pm
Match#5 Edmonton vs Winnipeg |12:30pm --- 03:30pm
Match#6 Calgary vs Winnipeg | 4:30pm --- 7:30pm

Closing Ceremony & Trophies | 7:30pm --- 8:00

Sun, 09/11/2011

SCORECARD

Canada's touring side kicked off the Irish tour with a dominating 40 over warm up performance on Saturday vs Leprechauns CC at North Kildare in Kilcock, County Kildare.  This was the only scheduled warm-up fixture for the tour.

Played under prodominately overcast, wet, and windy conditions, Canadian XI Skipper Jimmy Hansra was buoyant on the positive start to the team's tour.  

"It was a well fought contest and a good experience for us playing in overcast and wet conditions. Everybody chipped in on the batting side with Gunasekera's knock being the stand out contribution."  

Hansra was equally positive about his side's seamer's who grabbed the lion's share of the Leprechaun wickets.

"The bowlers bowled positively and used the conditions well. It's a good start to the tour and we will take this winning attitude and momentum into our series against Ireland"

The match was covered live with special thanks to Railway CC's Derek Caroll via a live Google Docs scorecard and regular updates on Cricket Canada's FACEBOOK and TWITTER feeds.

MATCH UPDATES

09.10.11 | 10:15am EDT | Canada have set the home side a target of 197 from 40 overs.  Hiral Patel (36) and Ruvindu Gunasekera (59) were the noteable Canadian contributions with the bat. 

09.10.11 | 11:15am EDT | Khurram Chohan has ripped through the Leprechaun top order claiming 3 wickets in his first 4 overs.  Leprechaun CC are 39 for 3 after 9 overs.

09.10.11 | 12:00pm EDT | 4 strikes from Harvir Baidwan has Canada XI in control. Leprechaun CC is 62-7 from 14 overs.

09.10.11 | 12:45pm EDT | Zahid Hussain claims his first.  Leprechaun CC are 103 for 8 in 27 overs.  Play has been suspended due to rain.

09.10.11 | 1:20pm EDT | Match awarded to CANADA XI on D/L

TOUR NOTEABLES

09.09.11 | 1:00pm EDT Canadian paceman Henry Osinde was unable to depart with the team from Toronto on Thursday evening due to an unspecified travel document issue.

TOUR SCHEDULE

Warm-Up Match - SCORECARD
Canada XI vs Leprechauns CC
September 10th, 2011 | 12:00pm Local | 07:00am EDT
North Kildare CC, Kilcock

Intercontinental Cup Fixture
September 13th – 16th, 2011 | 10:30am Local | 05:30am EDT
Observatory Lane, Rathmines, Dublin

Associate ODI League (STREAMED LIVE)
September 19th. 2011 | 10:30am Local | 05:30am EDT
Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Dublin

September 20th. 2011 | 10:30am Local | 05:30am EDT
Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Dublin

TOURING SQUAD

Amarbir Hansra (Captain) BC, Rizwan Cheema (Vice Captain) ON, Harvir Baidwan ON, Usman Limbada ON, Hamza Tariq AB, Henry Osinde ON, Hiral Patel ON, Junaid Siddiqui ON, Zeeshan Siddiqui MB, Ruvindu Gunasekera ON, Khurram Chohan AB, Maninder Aulakh BC, Nitish Kumar ON, Zahid Hussain ON.

Interim Coach: Ingleton Liburd
Manager: Johnny Bujan
Physio: Jason Israelski

Fri, 09/09/2011

Ryerson have claimed the 2011 Canadian University Championship in a hard fought contest vs the perenial finalists York University.  

DAY 4

 

In the Semi Final between Group B Champions Ryerson University and Group A Runner up University of Waterloo, U Waterloo batted first and scored 134/9 in 20 overs. Waleed Cheema scored 67 while Rahat Mirza took 2-36 for Ryerson. In the chase, Ryerson scored 135/4, getting to the target in the final over. Farhan Khan was not out on 44 and Hassan Mirza scored 31. Kumar Erramilli took 3 wickets for Waterloo.

In the second Semi Final between Sheridan College and York University, the crowd saw the most exciting match to date in the tournaments young history. Batting first Sheridan College scored 140. Muzammil Ali scored 47 not out while Mudassir Ali scored 40. Arsalan Qadir took 2-27 for York U.

Chasing 141, York University fell agonizingly short getting to 140, and taking the match to a  super over. Khushroo Wadia Scored 23 while Hassan Chogtai Scored 20 for York. Harman Kahlon took 2-27 for Sheridan. In the Super over, York U Batted first and scored 15 runs with Hassan Chogtai scoring 12 runs. In reply Sheridan College could only manage 12 runs.

In the Final Match, York University batted first. They were cruising on 80/1 powered by Khushroo Wadia’s 41. Parth Raval came into bowl and with a magical spell of 4-9, started a collapse where York U ended up scoring only 110. In the chase for 112, Ryerson cruised losing only 5 wickets. Noman Aslam scored 34.

Hassan Mirza from Ryerson was adjudged the Best Batsman and M.V.P (Best All rounder)  of the Tournament with 210 Runs and 9 wickets.

Parth Raval (Ryerson) was adjusted the man of the match of the finals (9/4) as well as the Best Bowler for the tournament taking 11 wickets giving away only 53 runs.

In the Plate championship McGill University beat Concordia University by 4 wickets.

DAY 3 was the last chance for teams to book a place in the semi finals of the Canadian University Cricket Championship at King City. 

RESULTS
York U 196 (Saif Rahman 34, Hasan Adil 32) Defeated Concordia U (76) by 120 Runs
McMaster 156 Defeated Ryerson 149 by 7 runs.
Brock U 81 Lost to McGill U 82/5 By 5 wickets

SUMMARY
Ryerson Became the group B Champions with 15 Points (NRR +1.78) and York U the group Runners UP with 15 points (NRR +1.62). McMaster University also finished at 15 points (NRR +1.06) but fell short on the Net Run Rate.

Sheridan is the group champion in group A with 20 points while U Waterloo 10 Points (NRR +0.31) is the group runner up. Brock U were 3rd in the group with 10 points (NRR +0.11).

Friday Sheridan College faces York U in King City 1A and Ryerson takes on last years Champions U Waterloo at King city 1B. Semi Finals starts at 11AM and Final commencing at 2.30 PM.