Cricket Hall Of Fame Endorses USA 60 plus Magical Cricket tour of England.

Los Angeles, USA: The Cricket Hall of Fame (CHOF), first in the world since 1981, has endorsed the USA 60 plus Magical Cricket tour of England. The Cricket Hall of Fame, first in the world will officially cover this tour and related matters including game reports. Meeting of the minds at Woodley, to plan the final phase of the England tour with Kamal abs SCCA President Pradeep Patel. (Picture above)

The group travelling to England on the Coronation tour will be the strong USA 60+ team that has ever toured from California. USA. This will be a historic trip. Team consists of 4 players played ICC Associates World Cup, a world record breaker from Pakistan, some top US 60+ players and Cricket Hall of famer with US Hall and University College Cricket. This tour will break the mould by electronic scoring available worldwide for statistical analysis and historians.

Can’t wait to get on the pitch. English lunches and teas at country houses and hopefully reciprocal tours all over the US. This will be a unique collaboration. Time to bring the touring tradition back to America! Said David Sentence, Cricket Hall of famer.

Cricket hall of fame always supports hall of famers and their activities in general. 60 plus group is important to spread the game and find heroes with passion, who has spent most of their time of life in cricket. David Sentence, Cricket Hall of Famer has done excellent work over few decades to promote game in USA. On behalf of Cricket Hall of fame, on behalf of Cricket Hall of fame, I like to wish good luck to all for the tour, Said Jatin Patel,

About Cricket Hall of Fame

The Cricket Hall of Fame is in Hartford, Connecticut, USA. Founded in 1981, it is the first international cricket hall of fame in the world. Every year it hosts an induction ceremony on first Saturday of October, drawing inductees from around the world. Inductees are selected for two categories: Players of distinction or someone who has done something to advance the sport of cricket.

Since its inception several former cricket stars including Sir Donald Bradman, Sir Everton Weeks, Sir Frank Worrell, Sir Garfield Sobers, Sir Leonard Hutton, Sir Vivian Richards, Abid Sayed Ali, Alvin Kallicharran, Sunil Gavaskar, Gundappa Vishwanath, Ajit Wadekar, Bhagwat Chandrasekhar, Chetan Chauhan, Dilip Vengsarkar, Farokh Enginer, Clyde Walcott, Courtney Walsh, Desmond Haynes, George Headley, Gordon Greenidge, Greg Chappell, Hanif Mohammad, Jeffrey Dujon, Jimmy Adams, Joel Garner, Kerry Packer, Lance Gibbs, Lawrence Rowe, Dr. Michael Holding, Moin Khan, Mustaq Mohammad, Dr. Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Steve Bucknor, Tony Greg and Younis Khan have been inducted in the Cricket Hall of Fame.

The Cricket Hall of Fame Museum houses many historical cricket artifacts donated by past inductees and supporters. Items include trophies, uniforms, equipment, books, photographs and articles that demonstrate the history of the sport over time. The Cricket Hall of Fame is supported by the Sportsmen’s Athletic Club of Hartford, Connecticut (Since 1963). Who Is Who in Cricket (CricWho) was launched in 2022 & CHOF is in final process to offer Largest Cricket Museum in the world where all inductees will occupy precious spots at prime wall or floor for ever in prestigious museum.