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  • 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
  • Wani's Warriors win Sixes Warm-up competition

    Wani's Warriors v Gap Boys on Sunday, 23 March 2014

    Basharat Wan’s Chiang Mai Warriors who reached the Cup semi-finals in the 2013 Chiang Mai Sixes showed they would be a strong team in the 2014 competition as they won the Sixes warm-up competition which was held at Gymkhana Club on the weekend before the main tournament. A warm-up competition for local teams was first held in 2013… Read more

    Wani's Warriors win Sixes Warm-up competition
  • Bunchuai the star performer as Lamphun boys win National Youth Games

    Chonburi v Lamphun on Saturday, 22 March 2014

    It has been a remarkable first year in competition for Lamphun boys’ team as they followed their victory in the National Youth Championships in Lopburi by winning the National Youth Games in Sri Saket and 18-year-old Bunchuai Sombatraksa was the star of the show as he was named player of the tournament for a string of outstanding… Read more

    Bunchuai the star performer as Lamphun boys win National Youth Games
  • Youngsters enjoy a memorable weekend out at Prem

    Huay Geow v Buak Croc Noi on Saturday, 8 March 2014

    The Sawasdee Cup with school teams from across Chiang Mai and Lamphun provinces competing against each other has been an integral part of the San Miguel Chiang Mai International Sixes for the last 14 years as well as an important starting point in the development of young cricketers in the North of Thailand. Sawasdee Cricket is played… Read more

    Youngsters enjoy a memorable weekend out at Prem
  • Wani takes five wickets against the boys

    Lanna Seniors v Lanna Juniors on Sunday, 2 March 2014

    The might of Chiang Mai Lanna CC gathered at Gymkhana to provide some valuable practice for the Lamphun U-19 provincial teams who were preparing to go to Sri Saket for the National Youth Games. It was decided to play two 15-over matches so the juniors could play the format they would be facing in the Sports Authority of Thailand… Read more

    Wani takes five wickets against the boys
  • Martin Cardno saves the day after girls destroy Lanna's top order

    Lanna Seniors v Lanna Juniors on Sunday, 2 March 2014

    The second match of the day saw multiple changes in the teams and in the batting orders as the three leading Juniors got a well deserved rest and all four girls were promoted into the team. Lanna again batted first with two juniors added to their line-up to make sure that everybody had a game during the day. The Seniors were soon 37 for 6… Read more

    Martin Cardno saves the day after girls destroy Lanna's top order
  • Martin’s long wait for fifty

    Gymkhana Club v Singapore CC on Saturday, 1 March 2014

    Martin Papworth has been at the forefront of cricket in Chiang Mai for most of the last decade in a multitude of roles ranging from coach, umpire, team selector, groundsman, general organizer of junior and senior cricket and even as a variable medium pace bowler, but never has he had a day like Saturday 1st March 2014 when Gymkhana Club… Read more

    Martin’s long wait for fifty
  • Gymkhana take the local honours

    Gymkhana v Lanna on Sunday, 23 February 2014

    While the two touring teams were still tucked up in bed, the local sides met in the contest that looked set to decide the destiny of the tournament as it saw the two unbeaten teams going head to head. The Gymkhana side was a strong combination of players from Chiang Mai Cricket Club and the Chiang Mai Warriors and had their hearts set on… Read more

    Gymkhana take the local honours
  • Gymkhana's clean sweep

    Gymkhana v Patong on Sunday, 23 February 2014

    After watching the conclusion to the match between Gymkhana and Lanna, Patong with two defeats so far in the tournament must have felt like lambs to the slaughter but the Phuket side probably gave their best display of the weekend even though they were beaten by 56 runs. Dave Watson is a highly talented all-rounder but cannot produce… Read more

    Gymkhana's clean sweep
  • Lanna take second place by finally beating Pattaya

    Lanna v Pattaya on Sunday, 23 February 2014

    Chiang Mai Lanna and Pattaya have been regular opponents over the last few months and it has been Pattaya who had taken the honours by winning four matches in a row, two on home soil and the Thai Polo Club in August 2013, and two during the Southerners Sixes in Bangkok last month. Three of the four matches had gone down to the wire so… Read more

    Lanna take second place by finally beating Pattaya
  • Patong and Pattaya Welcomed to Chiang Mai

    Gymkhana v Pattaya on Saturday, 22 February 2014

    Gymkhana Club staged a successful three team tournament in 2013 in which teams from Pattaya and Patong played against Gymkhana with each team playing two 20-over matches and the home side was victorious with plenty of local talent to choose from. With the two visiting sides returning once again, the local players were this time divided… Read more

    Patong and Pattaya Welcomed to Chiang Mai
  • Chanchai shows his class in Lanna victory over Patong

    Lanna v Patong on Saturday, 22 February 2014

    The first match saw over 250 runs scored but was finished within two hours so the other two teams, Lanna and Patong soon took their place on the field. Lanna made a fast start thanks to Chairman Holt who hit 24 from 13 balls but it was the Thai boys who stole the show for Lanna as Bunchuai batted through the innings for his unbeaten 18… Read more

    Chanchai shows his class  in Lanna victory over Patong
  • Pattaya win the battle of the touring teams

    Patong v Pattaya on Saturday, 22 February 2014

    The third match of the day saw the two touring teams face each other and Patong had another chance to improve on their batting but weren’t able to take it as they were restricted to 113 for 7. Anthony van Blerk played a sheet anchor role to show his broken hand had brought a lack of power in his strokeplay but the two Daves, Thomas and… Read more

    Pattaya win the battle of the touring teams
  • Outstanding Thailand crowned ACC Women's Premier champions

    China Women v Thailand Women on Tuesday, 18 February 2014

    Thailand’s women cricketers have won another major competition as they beat China by seven wickets at the Royal Chiang Mai Golf Course Ground to complete a perfect record of five wins out of five and to be deservedly crowned as the first winners of the ACC Women’s Premier. This is a major achievement as this was a new competition played… Read more

    Outstanding Thailand crowned ACC Women's Premier champions
  • Hong Kong turn the tables on Nepal

    Nepal Women v Hong Kong Women on Monday, 17 February 2014

    Hong Kong finished in third place in the ACC Women’s Premier 2014 as they beat Nepal by seven wickets in their match at Prem which was a repeat of the third and fourth play-off from the ACC Women’s Championship played at Gymkhana last year. On that occasion Nepal were far superior as they restricted Hong Kong to 32 for 9 in 19 overs and… Read more

    Hong Kong turn the tables on Nepal
  • Thailand and China win to set up exciting final day

    Thailand Women v Iran Women on Sunday, 16 February 2014

    Thailand and China both made it four wins out of four in the ACC Women’s Premier competition which is being played in Chiang Mai as Thailand beat Iran by 165 runs at Prem and China defeated Nepal by 69 runs at Gymkhana. This means the two sides who last met in the final of the ACC Women’s Championship in 2013 will face each other to… Read more

    Thailand and China win to set up exciting final day
  • Thailand made to work hard by Hong Kong

    Hong Kong Women v Thailand Women on Saturday, 15 February 2014

    Thailand and China are the front-runners in the ACC Women’s Premier which is being held in Chiang Mai after Thailand defeated Hong Kong by six wickets at Gymkhana and China beat Bhutan by 36 runs at Prem. The home side had started well as Chanida Sutthiruang, gaining considerable swing with the new ball, took three early wickets but Hong… Read more

    Thailand made to work hard by Hong Kong
  • Marina takes wicket with first ball for Hong Kong

    Hong Kong Women v Iran Women on Friday, 14 February 2014

    Day four of the ACC Women’s Premier 2014 saw wins for Hong Kong and Nepal which meant that four teams are now level on four points at the top of the table. Thailand and China are unbeaten after their first two matches, but Hong Kong and Nepal have both now gained their second wins in three matches. These four teams were the four… Read more

    Marina takes wicket with first ball for Hong Kong
  • Thailand far too good for Nepal at Royals

    Nepal Women v Thailand Women on Thursday, 13 February 2014

    The third day of the ACC Women’s Premier cricket tournament in Chiang Mais saw impressive wins for Thailand and China who are looking the two strongest sides in the competition as both have now won two matches out of two. Thailand were outstanding in their match against Nepal at Royals as Chanida Sutthiruang enjoyed being given the new… Read more

    Thailand far too good for Nepal at Royals
  • Thailand fight back to beat Bhutan

    Thailand Women v Bhutan Women on Wednesday, 12 February 2014

    Thailand recovered from a poor start to beat Bhutan at Gymkhana in their first match in the ACC Women’s Premier 2014 competition. Thailand’s women were looking to make a good start to the tournament but lost both openers with only six runs on the board. The ACC Women’s Premier competition sees the best six teams at this level playing in a… Read more

    Thailand fight back to beat Bhutan
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