Mexico Cricket

Mexico Cricket Team Guide

The Mexico cricket team represents Mexico in international cricket. They are governed by the Mexico Cricket Association and have been an affiliate member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) since 2004.

History of Mexico Cricket Team

Cricket in Mexico dates back to around 1827, making it one of the country’s oldest modern sports. The sport saw its golden age during the regime of Porfirio Diaz (1876-1911). The first cricket championship in Mexico was formed in 1900. However, cricket’s popularity waned due to the Mexican Revolution and only saw a revival in 1962 with the efforts of The Reforma Athletic Club. Mexico joined the ICC in 2004 and has since competed in various regional tournaments, achieving notable success in the South American Championship in 2014 and 2018. The Mexico cricket team actually took place in 2006 though, with them facing off against the Costa Rica cricket team.

Where Does The Mexico Cricket Team Play?

The Mexico cricket team plays its home matches at venues like the Reforma Athletic Club in Naucalpan and the Las Cabellerizas Cricket Ground in Dos Ríos. These grounds have played host to many visiting international cricket teams over the years.

Former Captains Of The Mexico Cricket Team

Captains like Tarun Sharma, have contributed to the growing presence of the Mexico cricket team in international cricket, especially in regional tournaments.

Top Run Scorers In Mexico Cricket Team History

Some of the standout batters for the Mexico cricket team in recent years include Tarun Sharma and Shantanu Kaveri, who played pivotal roles in the team’s performances in T20 Internationals since 2019.

Top Wicket Takers In Mexico Cricket Team History

Some key wicket takers for the Mexico cricket team include Luis Hermida and Shantanu Kaveri, who have made significant contributions in T20 Internationals especially.

Memorable Games For The Mexico Cricket Team

One of the memorable games for the Mexico cricket team was their first-ever Twenty20 International match against the Belize cricket team in the 2019 Central American Cricket Championship, marking a significant milestone in their cricketing journey. In this, Mexico put up a respectable 108 runs, but consistently conceding wickets would prove to be their Achilles heel in the match, with their opponents comfortably surpassing the target with more than 7 overs to spare.

Rivals Of The Mexico Cricket Team

The Mexico cricket team has developed rivalries with regional teams in Central and South America, participating in various championships and tournaments. Some of these teams include the Argentina cricket team and the Chile cricket team