Attention all players and fans! We invite you to take part in the kick off to the SFCA 30-over tournament. The Palm Beach Titans Cricket Club is facing off against multiple championship winners, St. Bess Cricket Club. Come out and show your support on Sunday, February 9th, 2020 at the Titan’s homeground, John Prince Park, 11 am!
Amped up and ready for the start of the new season, our team met for a perfect day of structured practice. With 13 players in attendance, we all showed up eager and left tired! It was indeed a very productive session. We’ve been blessed to have new members join our team so this meeting was the perfect build-up to the new season. We got to see how well the new players fit in, their skills and how well we all played together as a team. One of our newest members is a young chap by the name of Cai Read. He is a research scientist at Scripps research, Florida and has recently moved from the UK to our sunshine state. We were lucky to connect with him and have him join our team because he is quite experienced in the sport! He captained his team in the UK and he showed off his fielding skills at our recent practice. He bested the field to take home the catcher extraordinaire medal!
Cai takes a knee to be knighted by the team.
Skipper Paul and Praveen Kumar (stylish top-order batsman)
Palm Beach Titans Win SFCA Most Disciplined Team Award
Vice President Ray Robinson and Manager Wesley Harewood proudly received the award at the league meeting and then presented it to the practice attendees. We are the only team to win this award given by the umpires each year since its inception. New Skipper Paul, in jest, seized the opportunity to call the award the most gracious losers award and called for more fight and wins. Jokes aside, we all know that this award was tailor-made for our club and we are honoured to receive it again. The Palm Beach Titans were also awarded a cash prize of $150 from the Umpires Association! Congrats Titans nation! Each of you should be very proud of the part you played in us receiving this recognition.
The team proudly showing off their award
Skipper Paul and Vice-Captain Atif Rafi at Captains and Umpires meeting.
In the distance in the orange shirt, Max Diah the league Secretary and longtime well-respected umpire
Our very experienced committee that was established continues to meet and refine how we do what we do. A lot of exciting things have been put forth and the club and its fans have a lot to look forward to. We'll continue to keep you updated as we take on this new season of cricket!