MORRISVILLE — Alvin Kallicharran had the look of a proud father last week as he sat shielded from the late summer sun under a tent watching a cricket match being played at Church Street Park.

In a way, that’s exactly what he was, even though none of the players on the pristine grass field were actually his children.

Kallicharran is an international cricket legend who played on two World Cup championship teams for the West Indies in the 1970s. These days, though, he’s better known to local enthusiasts of the sport as the father of the Triangle Cricket League. Continue reading article by Brett Friedlander, North State Journal, here