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  1. Cricket has arrived in the US, says Hall of Fame’s president
  2. Cricket Hall of Fame honors WI wicketkeeper/batsman Baugh
  3. Cricket Hall of Famer Andrew “Buster” Headley passes on
  4. Cricket Hall of Fame’s stalwart passes on
  5. View Induction Ceremony Pictures which was held on Saturday, October 4, 2014
  6. Croft is Cricket Hall of Fames 100th inductee
  7. Cricket Hall of Fame to induct its 100 candidate
  8. Hall of Fame to honor KC Old Boys’ president
  9. Hall of Famer to be inducted into another Hall of Fame
  10. Former WI fast bowler Croft tops list of nominees
  11. Cricket Library president to be inducted into Hall of Fame
  12. KC Old Boys president impressed with Cricket Hall of Fame
  13. Vernon C. Tennant
  14. Cricket Hall of Fames team did well in US Open
  15. Walsh tops 2013 class of inductees
  16. Connecticut Cricket League's 2013 champions Sportmen's Athletic Club
  17. Cricket in America! What a silly point?
  18. Cricketers say thanks for renovations of Keney Park field
  19. Two former WI cricket stars nominated for induction
  20. Hall of Fame mourns loss of U.S. cricket pioneer Roy Sweeney
  21. Cricket Council USA welcomes Michael Chambers
  22. Former WI batting star praises Cricket Hall of Fame
  23. Cricket has a bright future in the US
  24. Cricket Hall of Fame 2012 class of inductees
  25. Cricket was once a popular sport in the US
  26. Pictures of 2011 inductees
  27. Cricket Hall of Fame is a welcome treasure
  28. Former WI cricket stars top this years class of inductees
  29. Jamaica Cricket Umpires Association Second Oldest in the World
  30. A History of Canadian Cricket: An Immigrant game
  31. New York Metropolitan Cricket League is 131 not out
  32. Brian Close and Adjit Wadekar at the Cricket Hall of Fame
  33. Close, Wadekar top 2010 class of inductees
  34. Desmond Haynes of Barbados urges USACA to get their act togather. (10-2008)
  35. President Miller urges USACA to make use of Florida Stadium (10-2008)
  36. Cricket Hall of Fame praised for maintaining high standards. (10-2008)
  37. Greenidge: Differences in our character made us successful (10-2008)
  38. FOR A WEEKEND OF FUN IN THE SUN, Cricket match and party.
  39. Cricket World Cup Day of Prayer
  40. Cricket Hall of Fame reception
  41. Cricket Hall of Fame gets donation of 49 tapes
  42. Holding named Most Valuable Inductee
  43. Cricket Hall of Fame’s director Michael Chambers Honered
  44. Chairman of India’s Selection Committee visit Cricket Hall of Fame
  45. Cricket Hall of Fame Cruise
  46. Friends of Cricket Hall of Fame
  47. Cricket Hall of Fame to mark 25th anniversary with grand celebration
  48. Gayle aims to help bring back joy and happiness to Windies fans
  49. Golden Age Award
  50. Former Jamaican Prime Minister P.J. Patterson, views exhibits at the Cricket Hall of Fame
  51. West Indians started cricket in Hartford
  52. Cricket Hall of Fame praised for maintaining high standards
  53. 2009 Induction, Engineer praises Cricket Hall of Fame visionaries
  54. Champion sprinter Usain Bolt visits Cricket Hall of Fame
  55. Mr. Cricket's memorabilia finds a home
  56. 2008 Greenidge, Haynes cricket’s greatest ever opening pair
  57. Jamaican ambassador Anthony Johnson presents Cricket Hall of Fame’s president Shirley Matthews with statuette of former West Indian great George Headley.
  58. Miller urges USACA to make use of Florida stadium
  59. USACA urged to get their act together in interest of cricket
  60. Large Barbadian contingent expected at Cricket Hall of Fame induction
  61. Greenidge, Haynes to be inducted into the Cricket Hall of Fame
  62. Jamaica’s Consul General visits Cricket Hall of Fame
  63. Greenidge, Haynes top Hall of Fame nominations
  64. Hartford mourns loss of one of its strongest cricket advocate
  65. Cricket Hall of Fame’s library gets big boost
  66. Cricketers may fade away but they are never forgotten
  67. Cozier nominated for induction into Cricket Hall of Fame
  68. Mushtaq Mohammad to be inducted into Cricket Hall of Fame
  69. Cricket Hall of Fame’s Jamaica reception well received
  70. Cricket World Cup: What a show!
  71. Eight new members inducted into Cricket Hall of Fame
  72. Former West Indies’ fast bowler ambassador Courtney Walsh, views “Wall of Fame” and other exhibits during visit to Cricket Hall of Fame.Walsh impressed with Cricket Hall of Fame.
  73. Senator Franklyn visits Cricket Hall of Fame
  74. Cricket a journey that I enjoyed – Holding
  75. Well known cricket promoter Al Watson succumbs to illness
  76. Cricket Hall of Fame to induct its first female
  77. Windies Board, players responsible for poor performance of team,Roberts
  78. Cricket Hall of Fame to mark 25th anniversary with grand celebration
  79. Youngsters urged to play and enjoy game
  80. Sir Vivian Richards Hailed as Fitting Role Model (November 23, 2001)
  81. 2002 Six-a-Side Tournament set for June 8 and 9, By Stan Walker
  82. The "Little Master" joins the other greats
  83. Gavaskar given hero's welcome in Hartford
  84. Atlantis tops Hall of Fame Six-a-side tourney July 24, 2001. By Stan Walker
  85. Annual 6-a-Side Tournament set for June 9-10, 2001 By Stan Walker
  86. Brian Ajodhi The Shining Star of Connecticut Cricket, June 29-30, 2002
  87. Cricket Hall of Fame donates trophy for youth competition
  88. Gavaskar gave Indian cricket respectability
  89. Humanitarian Function to honor Barbadians, By Stan Walker
  90. Gilkes is Hartford's first certified cricket coach July 24, 2001. By Stan Walker
  91. More than $9,000 Raised for Barbados Youth hotline July 24, 2001. By Stan Walker
  92. Jamaica Youth Soccer Team on Goodwill Visit By Stan Walker
  93. Sampath regains position on Trinidad Cricket Council By Stan Walker
  94. Crickets most successful 'runs machine' April 3, 2001.
  95. Hall of Fame members participate in Cricket Demonstration
  96. Hartford Youth Cricketer makes U.S Under 13 Team, Sept. 9th, 2001
  97. Greg Chappell and Michael HoldingTo be inducted into the Cricket Hall of Fame October 2nd, 2004
  98. Clyde the Cricket Fan, July 24, 2001. By Stan Walker
  99. Cricket Hall of Fame helps Jamaican School by Dr. Dolton James
  100. Spiegel has consistently supported cricket
  101. Dr. Sir Vivian Richards, "The Master Blaster", will be inducted into Hartford's Cricket Hall of Fame
  102. A Sport Where People Stop for Tea, April 3, 2001.
  103. Cricket commentator, Tim Hector, a multifaceted person, April 3, 2001.
  104. Umpiring: Humans vs. Technology, July 24, 2001. By Stan Walker
  105. What's wrong with West Indies Cricket, July 24, 2001. By Stan Walker
  106. Michael Holding spent an eventful weekend in Hartford
  107. Vishwanath, Garner and Kallicharan inducted into the Hall of Fame
  108. Hartford's Riverside does it again
  109. Sir Garfield Sobers visits Cricket Hall of Fame
  110. Lance Gibbs, former WI cricket star, visits Hall of Fame
  111. Hurricane Ivan brings hope for little Annlee
  112. Cricket Hall of Fame moves to more spacious quarters

Archieved Slide Shows

  1. World Cup 2007
  2. Inductee-2001, Sir. Vivian Richards
  3. 1981 Claud Tate Wlib Radiony
  4. Humanitarian Awards 2000
  5. Induction Ceremony 2002
  6. Six - A - Side Tournament (2001), trophy awards
  7. Induction Ceremony 2005
  8. Induction Ceremony 2007

Update - February 19, 2017


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