The Cricket Hall of Fame







The Cricket Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization that celebrate cricket heroes and their supporters who, in the true spirit of the game over the years. have used the game of cricket to advance economic, academic, and quality of life development in local neighborhood communities.

The Cricket Hall of Fame Directory is an active biographical publication by and about people with shared interests in, and who have contributed to, the game of cricket in their local communities and beyond.  The CHOF Directory recognizes and give voice to people with shared interest in cricket who are often overlooked, misrepresented, marginalized, by is part of an entrepreneurial philanthropy program ists a Research to Practice Partnership tool made possible by partnerships between private, academic, and government sectors. These community engagement partnerships bring Research to Practice into projects and programs these communities view as important. Our Cricket Hall of Fame Directory, in the true spirit of the game, bridges important gaps between formal education, informal learning, meaningful careers, and quality-of-life development.

We believe, on many levels, the future of cricket rests on linking the sport in peoples’ minds with economic and social developments at the local community level. As a small first step, the mission of this Directory is to establish links between cricket and relevance to situations in which people find themselves. Our aim is to provide access to solutions, and to support, those who contribute to making cricket possible at the “grass-roots” level. For example, the many unsung heroes who cut the grass, provide food, give words of encouragement, arrange transportation to games, just to name a few.

We know local communities benefit from lessons learned in cricket. Lessons learned from meaningful activities, deeply collaborative dialogues, purposeful engagement in the community, and trusting expectations that are linked to cricket, are also transferable to economic, career, and quality of life development. Everyone listed in our Directory has made an important contribution to, and is part of an ongoing story about, the game of cricket in local urban neighborhoods, and rural communities!

As a user of this Directory, please do your part: support our sponsors, report omissions, errors, and updates to DirectoryEditor@crickethof.org

Editorial Board:
Publishing Director: Michael Chambers
Chief Editor: Stanford Walker












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