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  • Cricket Burlington 2016 Registeration is Open to All - Please follow the menu on the Top Players > Registeration to fill in the form. Or CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

    Remember to please add as much details and let us know about your experience level and skill sets in the "Profile Description" section. You can also contact us if you have any questions for queries
  • Cricket Burlington In-door Cricket Net Sessions have started. Following are the location and timing details.

    Where:     CricNet Mississauga's Indoor Cricket Arena
    When:      Sundays 12:00pm to 2:00pm
    Address:   1300 Kamato Rd. Unit #10, Mississauga ON, L4W 2N2
    New Players: Please contact Zafar Shah @ 905-464-7388 or Imran Kazmi @ 416-558-7861 before attending the session so that we can plan accordingly
  • On Saturday November 21, 2015 Burlington Sports Alliance organized the annual RBC sports day at Haber Recreation Centre. Cricket Burlington participated for the first time in this event. The City of Burlington Mayor Rick Goldring, Member of Provincial Parliament Eleanor McMahon and newly elected Member of Parliament Karina Gould and Burlington Sports Alliance President Janet Foley visited the Booth and appreciated the participation. Cricket Burlington President, Shah Zafar, welcome them and thank their support for the making Cricket Ground at central park a reality and share that in 2016. It was surprise to hear everyone talking about the how popular the cricket is now a days. Cricket Burlington President, shah Zafar was thrilled to see lots of children parents visited the both and conducted the tried out cricket sessions, for those who inquired about the cricket program for youth. Please stay tune as Cricket Burlington has plans for youth cricket and senior cricket in addition to the adult cricket. The official launch of the program will be announced soon.
     
  • May 10, 2015:
    Central Park, cricket field opening ceremony took place on Saturday, May 09, 2015.
    Councilor and Deputy Marrian Meed ward performed the ribbon cutting ceremony and threw the first ball to senior most cricketers in Burlington, 94 years old Frank Sharman and fellow councilor Paul Sharman.

    Ceremony was attended by Councilor and deputy Mayor Marrian Meed Ward, Councilors, Paul Sharman and John Taylor, City Staff Chris Glen, Director of Parks and Recreation and others parks and recreation staff, Praim Persaud, President Cricket Council of Ontario and Lynn McNeil and Natalie from Ontario Trillium Foundation and Federal Liberal Candidate Karina Gould.
    Large number of Community people and cricket Burlington Association members was also on hand to make the event memorable one.

    Cricket Burlington President Shah Zafar and members appreciated and thanks the Trillium foundation for their funding allocation this worthy project and Councillor Marrian Meed Ward for her continuous support for the project, Chris Glen, Director of Park and Recreation for his leadership for the project and Doug Plasden for his guidance and process orientation to carry forward the project to the completion.

    The efforts are underway to start Junior cricket and a house league in the City of Burlington for youth in promoting the game of cricket in Burlington, school cricket and senior day as part of the a program “Active Life through Cricket” in Burlington.
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