Cricket Club, founded in 1872, is the oldest continuous cricket club
in the United States. Our home ground is Walker Park, at Bard Avenue, where Don
Bradman, Garry Sobers, Everton Weekes, Gilbert Jessop, Geoffrey Boycott, and so
many other cricketing greats have played.
The members of the Club came from all over the
world. We currently have players from, among other countries, England, Sri
Lanka, India, Pakistan, Trinidad and Tobago, Ireland, Grenada, Guyana, and
Jamaica. The Club is distinguished by its fixture list and its progressive youth
program. We are regularly invited to play at the Philadelphia International
Cricket Festival and we regularly undertake tours to Canada, Trinidad, England,
and Florida. In the summer, we play friendly cricket on Saturdays and league
cricket, in the New York Metropolitan League, on Sundays. On Saturdays, the club
holds junior cricket practice at 9 a.m. for 6- to 17-year-olds.
We warmly welcome cricket players and enthusiasts
of all backgrounds and playing abilities to take an interest in the Club and to
join us. Anyone interested — as players or spectators —
Clarence Modeste at 718-465-1020 or Dr. K. Balakrishnan at
- June 20, 2015 - Charu will
lead SICC against Gentlemen of Philadelphia in a friendly game @ Walker Park.
- June 21, 2015 (10:30am) - Shaffikul will
lead SICC against Spice Island CC in a Metro T20 game @ Marine Park.
- June 21, 2015 (03:30pm) - Shaffikul will
lead SICC against Lucas CC in a Metro T20 game @ Marine Park.
- June 27, 2015 - Mad Dogs
- June 28, 2015 - Mad Dogs
- June 28, 2015 - Shaffikul
lead SICC against River Valley CC in a Metro T20 game @ Walker Park.
The Staten Island cricket club would like to congratulate Joe
O'Neill on the completion and publication of his latest book, The Dog. The
book was reviewed positively on the front page of the New York Times Book
Review section on Sunday 7 September 2014.
SICC Youth team @ Philadelphia International
Cricket Festival 2011
SICC team @ Philadelphia International
Cricket Festival 2013