NYPD Cricket League wraps up 5th season

The NYPD Cricket League wrapped up its fifth season this week and the Brooklyn team came close to being the first ever two-time champions. The

BROOKLYN - The NYPD Cricket League wrapped up its fifth season this week and the Brooklyn team came close to being the first ever two-time champions.

The Brooklyn Lycans faced the Dragons from Queens in the 19-and-under finals, which featured borough athletes who play cricket in high school and in college.

In the end, it was the Dragons who claimed the win to take home the Raymond Kelly Trophy.

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