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  • Cardno sees his side home to win thrilling contest

    Delia Memorial School v Chiang Mai Senior League XI on Saturday, 4 October 2014

    Martin Cardno is in a rich vein of form at the start of the new season having been travelling to Bangkok to play in their league's twenty20 competition. He had made a fifty in the first match against Delia Memorial School on Wednesday but the boys from Hong Kong had proved stiff opposition and had won both the 20-over matches. Cardno was… Read more

    Cardno sees his side home to win thrilling contest
  • Martin Cardno hits first fifty of the season

    Chiang Mai Senior League XI v Delia Memorial School on Wednesday, 1 October 2014

    The 2014/15 season started on 1st October less than two months after the last cricket was played as a Chiang Mai Senior League XI took on Delia Memorial School, a touring side from Hong Kong who had visited last year and had returned to Chiang Mai to prepare for their new season back at home. The boys from Hong Kong had lost to two senior… Read more

    Martin Cardno hits first fifty of the season
  • Nok best bowler on show with 4 for 23

    Delia Memorial School v Chiang Mai Senior League XI on Wednesday, 1 October 2014

    An extended lunch break meant the second match got underway at 2.15 with Delia Memorial School winning the toss and electing to bat. The boys had changed their batting order but this only gave the chance to Sarfaraz Khan to open the innings and he played an excellent innings of 71 with 3 sixes and 9 fours. DMS looked on course for a big… Read more

    Nok best bowler on show with 4 for 23
  • Pakistan still too strong for Thailand

    Pakistan Women v Thailand Women on Wednesday, 24 September 2014

    Thailand’s women cricketers had looked the part in their opening two matches in the Asian Games but once again found the step up in class too much as lost to Pakistan in the quarter-finals by 51 runs. It was their fourth defeat in as many matches against the same opposition and once again showed the difference in quality between playing… Read more

    Pakistan still too strong for Thailand
  • Nattaya leads Thailand into Asian Games quarter-finals

    Nepal Women v Thailand Women on Sunday, 21 September 2014

    Before the start of 2014 Nattaya Boochatham was best known as a useful all-round cricketer who was a dependable opening bowler who could also score valuable runs down the order. She was given the chance to play some 50-over domestic cricket in Sri Lanka and she discovered that she had the application necessary to stay at the crease for… Read more

    Nattaya leads Thailand into Asian Games quarter-finals
  • Thailand off to winning start in Asian Games

    Malaysia Women v Thailand Women on Saturday, 20 September 2014

    Thailand made an impressive start to the women’s cricket tournament in the Asian Games being held in Incheon, South Korea, by defeating Malaysia by nine wickets. The Thai girls bowled well and fielded magnificently to restrict Malaysia to a total of just 49 for 8 in 20 overs and the top three in the batting order saw their side home with… Read more

    Thailand off to winning start in Asian Games
  • Chiang Mai hold on to defeat RBSC by 8 runs

    Chiang Mai XI v RBSC on Sunday, 17 August 2014

    The teams returned to Royals on the Sunday and the match was a much closer contest as the home side batted much better to reach 138 for 9 in 25 overs and bowled out RBSC for 130 to gain a narrow victory. Naveed and Ubaid shared an opening partnership of 40 and Wani hit three sixes in his innings of 30 to make up for the previous day's… Read more

    Chiang Mai hold on to defeat RBSC by 8 runs
  • RBSC win low-scoring match at Royals

    RBSC v Chiang Mai XI on Saturday, 16 August 2014

    Royal Bangkok Sports Club were very keen to play cricket in Chiang Mai even though it was the rainy season and there optimism was rewarded as the rain held off long enough for a 30-over match to be played at Royals. Even though the Chiang Mai side looked strong, the visitors dominated a low-scoring encounter as they won by 69 runs. The… Read more

    RBSC win low-scoring match at Royals
  • Fundraiser nets 10,000 baht for Hilltribe cricketers

    Monday, 9 June 2014

    Chiang Mai Lanna CC committee member Tom Salusbury raised over 10,000 baht for CMSCA and HTF when his favourite local bar Blue Sky hosted a fundraising evening on his birthday. A pool competition was organized to raise money and Tom also put together a raffle, where it took an unexpected turn when the numerous prizes were very kindly… Read more

    Fundraiser nets 10,000 baht for Hilltribe cricketers
  • Lanna Juniors top order in top form

    CMLCC v Lanna Juniors on Sunday, 8 June 2014

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    Lanna Juniors top order in top form
  • Ctrack batsmen set up comfortable win in first T20

    Ctrack CC v United CC on Sunday, 25 May 2014

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    Ctrack batsmen set up comfortable win in first T20
  • Chanchai snares four in narrow loss

    Ctrack CC v CMLCC on Sunday, 25 May 2014

    An excellent bowling and fielding performance, led by Lanna Juniors allrounder Chanchai, could not prevent touring Malaysian club Ctrack from completing the fourth win of their Chiang Mai tour. Batting first, Ctrack started steadily to reach 68 for one before Martin Cardno took three wickets in three overs. Cardno was not expected to bowl… Read more

    Chanchai snares four in narrow loss
  • Ctrack enjoy ideal batting conditions at Prem

    Ctrack CC v CMLCC on Saturday, 24 May 2014

    The touring Malaysian club Ctrack arrived at Prem keen and confident on a glorious Saturday morning. After coming from behind to win at Prem the previous afternoon, captain Omar had no hesitation in batting first on a placid pitch and despite the early loss of opener Khurram, the runs flowed freely for most the allotted 40 overs. Dilawar… Read more

    Ctrack enjoy ideal batting conditions at Prem
  • Ctrack edge home over United in tour opener

    United CC v Ctrack CC on Friday, 23 May 2014

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    Ctrack edge home over United in tour opener
  • Tom Salusbury’s five sets up big win over Lamma

    Lamma CC v CMLCC on Sunday, 18 May 2014

    After thirteen consecutive dot balls to start the innings, frustration took hold for Lamma’s top order and cascaded rapidly down the batting list. And as all Lanna players know, no one is better equipped for this situation than the wily lobber Tom Salusbury. Once the Chiang Rai Express Jon Danby and Adam Green knocked off the top three… Read more

    Tom Salusbury’s five sets up big win over Lamma
  • Lanna welcomes Lamma CC from Hong Kong

    Lamma CC v CMLCC on Saturday, 17 May 2014

    An overnight deluge followed by a flurry of early morning phone calls to besieged Prem groundstaff eventually led to a T20 match starting in the late afternoon. On a freshly cut pitch and with the ominous roll of thunder never far away, Lamma batted patiently to reach an even 100. With the outfield still damp, Richie Abbott topped the… Read more

    Lanna welcomes Lamma CC from Hong Kong
  • Sri Lanka Navy show their class in easy win

    Chiang Mai XI v Sri Lanka Navy on Sunday, 11 May 2014

    A somewhat different Chiang Mai XI turned out on Sunday with high hopes of turning around Saturday's 40-over result in the T20 match—a more familiar format for most local cricketers. Chiang Mai opener Naveed continued his form from the previous day scoring a brisk 30 and at 49/1 things were looking promising. Alas, Chanchai's run out… Read more

    Sri Lanka Navy show their class in easy win
  • Chiang Mai players come together to take on Sri Lanka Navy

    Sri Lanka Navy v Chiang Mai XI on Saturday, 10 May 2014

    Players from Chiang Mai's two main clubs, Lanna and CMCC, came together for a weekend of cricket against a strong touring team from the Sri Lanka Navy Sports Club. The Sri Lanka squad featured five players from their senior team which competes in Sri Lanka's first class competition so the local players knew they were in for a challenging… Read more

    Chiang Mai players come together to take on Sri Lanka Navy
  • A triumph for hill tribe junior cricket

    Blythswood v San Miguel Thais on Saturday, 5 April 2014

    The 27th staging of the San Miguel Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes saw the side from Bangladesh, the Walton Cricketeers, win the Cup for the third year in a row, but there is no doubt that it was the Thai junior cricketers, many of them supported by the Hill Tribe Fund, who stole the show this year as they delighted crowds and… Read more

    A triumph for hill tribe junior cricket
  • Chiang Mai's annual festival of cricket

    Friday, 28 March 2014

    Cricketers from around the world will soon be arriving in the historic city of Chiang Mai as the 27th edition of the San Miguel Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes gets underway on Sunday 30th March 2014. The Chiang Mai Sixes has been long established as one of the major events in the city’s sporting calendar but it has also gained a… Read more

    Chiang Mai's annual festival of cricket
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