The West Indian Social Club of Hartford
The West Indian Social Club of Hartford has an active cricket club, cultural center of education, entertainment, and serves as a migrant resource of the West Indian and Caribbean-American culture.
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.
CricWho - Who Is Who In Cricket
The principal objective of CRICWHO, more commonly recognized as Who Is Who in Cricket (WiWiC), is to build an all-inclusive global network to recognize, reward and celebrate the contribution of billions of followers of this wonderful sport which is growing every day, transcending boundaries, race, colour, ethnicity and religion. This network includes creating a directory of past and present players, administrators, umpires, curators, groundsmen, statisticians, and all those who have been relentlessly working behind the scenes to contribute to the success of the game that is played daily in all corners of the globe, at the regional, national, and international level. Be it a club game, county, state, zonal, national, bilateral games, or international events,
Sportmen's Athletic Club
Sportmen's Athletic Club in Hartford Connecticut was founded in 1963 to serve Hartford's expanding interest in cricket. The cricket club also serves as Neiborhood community center for technical training, entrepreneurship, and quality of life development.