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United States of America Cricket Association : ウィキペディア英語版
United States of America Cricket Association

The United States of America Cricket Association (USACA), headquartered at Miami Beach is the national governing body for all cricket in the United States. The board was formed in 1965.
As a member of the International Cricket Council (ICC), the federation has the power to select players and umpires and the federation has the right to participate in international competitions.
==History==
In 1965 John Marder started the United States of America Cricket Association. The United States of American Cricket Association was admitted as an associate member of the International Cricket Conference in 1965. This was the same group that had been so integral in keeping the United States out of international cricket when formed in 1909. The United States was also able to participate in the ICC Trophy when the tournament started in 1979. They have been successful and have continued to improve. Unfortunately, the administration of the USACA has proved unable to administer the sport in the United States effectively. This has led to suspensions from tournaments and ineligibilities.
The USACA announced in July 2009 it was inviting proposals from prospective sponsors, broadcasters and game development partners to help it launch the American Premier League, an Indian Premier League style Twenty20 league tournament.
The board announced in December 2010 it had signed a $10 million deal with New Zealand Cricket and several strategic investors are stakeholders, creating a new body called Cricket Holdings America to manage all commercial rights for cricket in USA, including Twenty20 rights, in perpetuity〔(【引用サイトリンク】title=USA Cricket inks historic commercial deal with New Zealand Cricket )
In January 2011, USACA was awarded the top prize in the Junior Participation Initiative category by the ICC America's region in the 2010 Pepsi ICC Development Programme Awards for the United States Youth Cricket Association's Schools Program.〔(【引用サイトリンク】url=http://usaca.org/node/511 )〕〔(【引用サイトリンク】url=http://community.dreamcricket.com/community/blogs/usa_cricketer/archive/2011/01/26/us-youth-cricket-association-named-best-junior-participation-initiative-by-icc-americas.aspx )

No American Premier League matches were played in 2010, and in April 2011 no further matches have been announced.
In January 2011, USACA was awarded the top prize in the Junior Participation Initiative category by the ICC America's region in the 2010 Pepsi ICC Development Program Awards for the United States Youth Cricket Association's Schools Program.
In 2011, American Twenty20 Championship is an American Twenty20 cricket tournament aimed at grooming American cricket players for international events and to spread interest in American Cricket.
Its first season was only a 3-day affair as the tournament was played in New Jersey and was eventually won by the Atlantic Division. The tournament is supported by the United States of America Cricket Association, the national federation of cricket in the US.
After not being held in 2012 and 2013, the USACA announced that the tournament would be played in 2014.
In May 2014, the city of Indianapolis, Indiana has terminated its agreement to host the relaunch of the USA Cricket Association National Championships which were due to be held from August in the brand new, $6 million Indianapolis World Sports Park facility.
Indianapolis Parks and Recreation director John W Williams sent a letter to USACA notifying them of the termination and a city official confirmed that the decision includes not just the 2014 championship but the entire three-year agreement which had been signed in September 2013 under former USACA chief executive Darren Beazley.
In June 2014, USA Cricket Association announced that this year's USACA National Championship will now be moved to Lauderhill, Florida following the termination of a three-year hosting agreement by the city of Indianapolis.

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