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    Cricket scores from Thailand

    I play quite a bit of Cricket up here in Chiang Mai for Chiang Mai Cricket Club and thought it would be a good idea for people to have a thread where we could post results of games we play in. Or perhaps publicise up coming events.

    Our season got under way last weekend with a big Twenty/20 tournament. Of course it was a bit of a piss up but we did manage to play some cricket as well. This is what Chiang Mai Cricket Club had to say about it.

    Quote Originally Posted by www.chiangmaicc.com
    Cricket Season Kicks off with 20/20 Tournament

    The Chiang Mai cricket season got under way with a Twenty/20 round-robin series on the weekend of the 18th and 19th October with games at both Gymkhana Club and Prem Centre, Three Bangkok teams and two Chiang Mai sides played a series of matches at both venues starting at 10 am and 2 pm each day and some exciting cricket was witnessed. Bangkok was represented by the Siam Parrots, Bangkok Blues and Southerners with CMCC Chang Puak and CMCC Ramakian flying the flag for the locals. Both Chiang Mai teams included a number of Thai boys who have been introduced to cricket by the coaching programs over the past years. Bangkok Blues ran out as undefeated winners on 16 points with Ramakian following with 12.



    Scores were as follows:
    • Parrots v Southerners: No Result due to water logged picth.
    • B. Blues 6/151 Abinder Singh 65 def: Southerners 7/139 B. Trigger 33.
    • Ramakian 6/92 def Chiang Puak 91.Ishmail Bhatta 35 and 2/6
    • B. Blues 7/185 Shayan Singh 46 def: Parrots 119, Jackson 4/30.
    • Ramakian 4/159, Makki 61 retired def: Southerners 9/93 R. Oster 41, Asif Khashoo 2/22.
    • B. Blues 2/94.Vishal Patkar 40 no, def: Chiang Puak 91, G. Harrison 24 no.
    • Ramakian 3/81 Chai 39 no. def: Parrots 5/60 S. Potter 2/2.
    • B. Blues 4/188 Bobby (R.B. Raina) 73 def: Ramakian 128 Shayan Singh 4/27.
    Our next game is a friendly up at Prem School this coming Sunday. It's our first 40 over match of the season.

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    C'mon the Parrots!

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    Bangkok sixes start today.

    I love the parrots, but i'll be cheering the Rebels today!

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    Where are the sisxes held please?

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    Out at Harrow International School, near the old airport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly View Post
    Bangkok sixes start today.

    I love the parrots, but i'll be cheering the Rebels today!
    Are you going to be there KW, if so keep us informed of the scores and how it goes. An interesting new tournament but one designed to make money and not solely for cricketing enjoyment I fear.

    Still it will be interesting to hear who turns up and what the outcomes were.

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    ^^Thanks for the info

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    I'm working today, whats the card for tomorrow? Could be a nice day out for me and the family probably just me tho, any linky's? Miss the cricket I do

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    This is the site for the Bangkok Sixes Tournament not much in the way of a schedule or updates though

    Thailand International Cricket Sixes

    CMCC friendly match cancelled for tomorrow due to waterlogged pictch at Prem and golf competition at Gymkhana

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    OK as long as the rain stops we are playing a friendly at 10:30am Sunday 2nd Nov at Gymkhana up here in Chiang Mai. Maybe a 40 over match maybe something else depending on how many turn up.

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    Fuck, pitch too wet again. When will this rain desist! It is beginning to get on my tits!

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    OK at last it's looking positive for a game today. This is the first league match of the CMCC season.

    Today it's CMCC Citylife v CMCC Colts.

    From a first look you would think the junior Colts team would get blown away. However the Colts have 2 full international players from Bhutan playing for them and at least 4 more lads who have or are in the Thai under 19 side.

    Plus Citylife are missing their star player today, he is off in Phuket on business. Should be interesting and we could have some bruised egos by the end of the day!

    Match starts 10:30am [at] Prem School.

    I'm umpiring for this game.

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    At last a fine day and some Cricket as Chiang Mai Cricket Club gets their league season
    under way.

    After two weeks of rain the first match of the season was in doubt but thanks to the
    dryer weather on 7th and 8th Nov. the first league game started on time.

    The newly formed CMCC Colts made up of students from the Chiang Mai Schools Cricket
    Association and the Prem Centre Cricket Academy put out a very strong team. A fair few of
    these boys have represented Thailand or Bhutan at Under 19 level and some play for their
    full international sides. CMCC Citylife although missing a couple of key players got
    stuck into the game and having lost the toss batted first on a wicket that provided
    plenty of help for the bowlers.

    Thinley Jamtso from Bhutan bowled with real pace and aggression keeping a very tight line
    and conceding only 11 runs in his 6 overs but it was his slower opening partner Jack
    Lemond who got the early break throughs ending with figures of 3 wickets for 7 runs.

    Later in the innings Captain Jigme Singye claimed 40 for 3 with his leg spin leaving
    Citylife all out for 150. Mango top scored with 25 and Dom and Martin chipped in with 19
    and 16.

    Unfortunately due to the slow over rate the Colts where docked 7 overs from their
    innings. Early wickets fell with Mango removing both openers in his first three overs,
    however this was at a cost of 27 runs.

    Wickets came regularly in the next few overs and when Ben bowled star batsman and Captain
    Jigme the Colts where struggling on 69 for 5. This brought Anchu and Jack Lemond
    together, batting with real maturity on a difficult pitch these two put on 79 runs before
    Jack was out to Wahab with Colts only needing 3 more runs. Sid came in and quickly
    knocked off the remaining runs with 9 balls to spare. This left man of the match Anchu on
    70 not out.
    Good win for CMCC Colts they look strong and should do well this season.

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