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    Phuket Cricket Sixes Tournament 2007

    April 2007 will mark the fourth annual Phuket Cricket Sixes Tournament. All of the participants had an absoltue ball in 2006 and 2007 promises to bring even more top international players to the island. Some of the big names from 2006 are: former Test cricket player Trevor Chappell (Australia) and greats Adam Hollioake and Alan Mullaly (England). The Phuket Sixes is fast becoming a major stop on the Asian cricket circuit. Email media@phuketsixes.com. (Read More...)
    April 13-15, 2007: Karon Municipal Stadium, Phuket

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    Lamma CC hot at Cricket Sixes scorcher

    KARON: Lamma CC from Hong Kong are hot favorites to win the Montpelier Phuket International Cricket Sixes 2007 after beating 2005 champions and pre-tournament favorites Corner Tigers from Pakistan in the first day of play yesterday at the recently returfed Karon Stadium.

    Round 2 of the tourney was played today under a scorching Phuket sun, with both Lamma CC and Corner Tigers through to the Cup and Plate playoffs tomorrow.

    Other teams through to the Cup and Plate playoffs are CBB Postels (Aus), Leeming Spartan CC (Aus), Joondalup Kinross Wolves (Aus), Kudu Bar Cavalry Cricket Team (Malaysia), Pocari (Bahrain), Phuket’s own Island Cricketers and the Singapore Ailines team.

    Laguna Phuket Cricket Team are leading the charge in the Bowl competition, joined by Bounty Buccaneers Cricket Team (Malaysia and Phuket), Guwahati Town CC (India), local side Karon Seasanders, Shanghai Devilrays and Sunshine Cricket Club (India).

    The Wild Men from Borneo squad top the league in the Spoon competition, followed by Applecross Postels (Aus), Green Man Gunnas (Phuket) and Perth Postels.

    The playoffs for the finals tomorrow will start with first ball at 9 am as local side Green Man Gunnas take on last year’s champions Perth Postels.

    Tonight under floodlights will be a charity match with a team led by former Former Australian Test player Trevor Chappell up against a side skippered by South African Kenny Jackson.

    Proceeds raised from the match will go to local charity Child Watch.

    Phuket Gazette

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    Wolves win Phuket Sixes title

    Wolves win Phuket Sixes title

    KARON (The Nation): Two teams from Perth fought out a dramatic final at the Phuket International Cricket Sixes oin Sunday, with the Joondalup Kinross Wolves pipping the Leeming Spartans with a mighty 6 off the last ball to claim the Sixes title.

    Following heavy overnight rain, which washed out the second half of the charity Twenty20 match on Saturday night, hot and steamy conditions greeted participants as the finals day got underway at Karon Stadium.

    But the action on the field from the teams was as hot as the conditions and the Cup final proved the best so far in the history of the tournament. Leeming batted first in the final and notched up a challenging total of 84 runs with Wayne Montana and Brad Mant both retiring at 30 following bludgeoning knocks.

    Joondalup, making their debut at Phuket, chased the total down steadily. But Wayne Fontana’s bowling for Leeming proved difficult to get away in the final over and two runs were required from the last ball. That however was dispatched for a massive 6 toward the beach by “Chimpy”, which ensured victory and the Cup to Joondalup.

    Earlier, Joondalup had defeated CBB Postels and Leeming Spartans had downed Lamma CC to reach the final.

    For more information see the tournament website Phuket International Cricket Sixes 2007

    Other results:

    Cup Champions – Joondalup Kinross Wolves; Runners-up – Leeming Spartans CC

    Plate Champions – Pocari CC; Runners-up – Singapore Airlines

    Bowl Champions – Sunshine CC; Runners-up – Karon Seasanders

    Spoon Champions – Applecross CC; Runners-up – Green Man Gunnas

    Phuket Gazette

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