Some articles on maple leaf cricket, leaf, cricket:
... Highest team score 175/9 against Germany, Maple Leaf Cricket Club, King City, Ontario, Canada, 2001 Highest individual score 52 by Dipendra Chaudhary against Germany, Maple Leaf Cricket Club, King City ...
... is typically dark tan, brown, or black, is darker than the leaf ... Indentations of previous leaves show on the back of each leaf ... They then die after blooming, as all leaf and root resources are put into the stalk, flowers, and seeds ...
... ODI 19 ... August Ashish Bagai Morris Ouma Maple Leaf Cricket Club, King City Canada won by 9 wickets ODI 2875a 21 August Ashish Bagai Morris Ouma Maple Leaf Cricket Club, King City Match abandoned without a ball ...
... The Maple Leaf Cricket Club is a cricket ground in King City, Ontario, Canada, about 30 kilometres north of Toronto ... second ground in Canada to be approved to host One Day Internationals (ODI) by the International Cricket Council ... The facility has 5 cricket grounds ...
... Wilbur Monroe Leaf (aka Munro Leaf) (December 4, 1905 – December 21, 1976), was an American author of children's literature who wrote and illustrated nearly 40 books during his 40-year ...
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