|The PCU gang|
|The bar is kept busy with pre-dinner drinks as guests arrive.|
|Bethan Greaves (Lamma), Adam Hollioake, |
Terry Ward (Lamma) and Wayne Morrison (Nollamara).
|Alan Mullally with Simon, Haslam and Grahame of the Macau Scrubbers.|
|The Bounty Bar and Kudu Bar contingent.|
|The Southerners from Bangkok.|
|Some of the Kelawar boys.|
|Some more of the Kelawar boys, and girls.|
|Scarfie and Raju (and wife) with one of the Bombay Gymkhana team.|
|Tookta and friends relax.|
|The birthday boys — Ian Beck & Kevin Bishop of Lamma CC |
and Claude of Nollamara
|Those loveable front-row forwards from Applecross:|
Josh “Donga” Kapor, Christopher “Zads” Zadow and Warrick “Wazza” Neville
|The Corner Tigers (Cup Runners-up) and Taipans CC|
|Howard Digby-Johns and Adam Hollioake. |
Alan Mullally and Adam donated some signed England
shirts to raise money for local cricket.
|Co-organiser Howard Digby-Johns, |
proprietor of The Green Man, gives some background to the tournament.
|The Kelawar table|
|Names and donations were put into the Cup for the draw for the three shirts|
|Spoon Runners-up: Bounty Buccaneers Cricket Team, Malaysia|
|PCU captain John Gaughan receives the “Spoon” trophy from Imran Idrees|
|Spoon Champions: Phuket Cricket Union|
|Rich “Brownie” Brown of PCU says a few words about|
the importance of the tournament to cricket in Phuket.
|Alan Mullally donated some Ashes memorabilia, |
which raised US$1,500 for Phuket cricket.
|Bowl Runners-up: Drifters Cricket Team from England |
receive their medals from Brad Tarr.
|Bowl Champions: Applecross Cricket Club of Perth in Australia |
are presented with their trophy by Brad Tarr.
|Plate Runners-up: Kelawar Cricket Club of Malaysia receive their medals |
from Tournament Referee Ian “Reds” Liddell.
|Plate Champions: Moonshine Warathais of NSW Australia. |
Captain Trevor Chappell receives the trophy from Mike “Cat” Maher, Chairman of ACST.
|Rich Brown of the PCU picks up his award.|
|Brian Jacks, Project Ambassador, and Ben Daniel, |
Director & General Manager of Lighthouse International Thailand,
say a few words on behalf of the title sponsor.
|Alan Mullally makes the draw for the England shirts|
|Mark Burns with Alan Mullally|
|The World Cup shirt is won by James “007” Billington of Perth Postels|
|The Test shirt is won by Dixie Joy, also of Perth Postels|
|Doug Hedley of Bangkok Postels wins the the Adam Hollioake shirt|
|Adam Hollioake talks about his first Cricket Sixes |
experience at Phuket.
|Player of the Bowl Final, Christopher “Zads” Zadow of Applecross CC|
receives his trophy from Adam Hollioake.
|Trevor Chappell, Player of the Plate Final,|
receives his trophy from Mark Burns
|Imran Idrees of Imran Sports International|
|Cup Runners-up: Corner Tigers, Pakistan, receive their medals from Ben Daniel, |
Director & General Manager of Lighthouse International Thailand.
|Cameron Park of Perth Postels receives the award for the Player of the Cup Final|
from Ben Daniel. The award was shared with Daniel Shaw, also of Perth Postels,
but unfortunately Daniel had to leave Phuket early and couldn’t make the Awards Dinner.
|Paul “Hagar” Jones, Umpire Co-Ordinator for the tournament|
receives his officials’ medal from Brian Jacks.
|All the officials of the 2006 Lighthouse Phuket International Cricket Sixes|
|Brian Jacks, Kook and Lin Daniel of Lighthouse International|
|The Perth Postels celebrate with their trophies|
|The Malaysian contingent on stage|
|Bethan Greaves, Brad Tarr and Ben Daniel|
|Paul “Hagar” Jones and A P Singh “Chanky”|
|Umpires Rana and Shyam|
|The Nollamara boys scrub up well|
|ACST Chairman Mike “Cat” Maher thanks all|
involved with organising and running the tournament.
|Moonshine Warathais Plate Winners|
|Imran Idrees receives the Player of the Tournament trophy|
from Event Director, Nui, of The Green Man.
|The Macau Scrubbers with Alan Mullally|
|Kim Leung and Adam Hollioake|
|Kim Leung and Mark Burns|
|Mark Burns and Nui with some of the PCU boys|
|The Ship Wreck bar in Soi Bangla after the Awards Dinner |
on Sunday night with players from Applecross, PCU, Bombay Gymkhana,
Lamma, Sugarshack Postels, Moonshine Warathais and Bangkok Postels.