Expats Cricket Club
The Expats Cricket Club what an amateur sport club founded in Ville-Marie in 193- by immigrants from Ontario (originaly as the Royal Cricket Club). Over the years, immigrants from other cricket-playing countries joined up and it acquired the nickname it would later wear officialy when it became a professional club in 1969.
Altough loyal, its following never realy grew larger outside being unable to compete against the national neofrancian sport of hibercrosse. Mounting financial problems (especialy back rent for a cricket pitch) forced the club to closed down its door in 2004.