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The Phuket Cricket Week is run by the Asian Cricket Sixes Tour (ACST) (www.cricketsixes.com)

The ACST continues to organise superb club cricket events at fantastic locations across Asia Pacific since it was founded in 2000.

The Phuket Cricket Week comprises of the ICC Award Winning Phuket International Cricket Sixes and the Thalang International 7's (formerly known as the Kata International 7s)

The Sixes were first held in 2004, while the 7s made its first appearance in 2012. Both events have helped raise substantial sums through the kindness of its worldwide participants to assist in the next generation of Thais falling in love with the game through the Phuket Cricket Group's Junior Development Fund. The ACST would like to thank the PCG for their continued and invaluable support as the Phuket Cricket week continues to flourish.

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Thursday, December 17, 2015

2006 - Cricket Action

Action on the pitch at Karon Stadium


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Drifters v Sugarshack Postels, Bowl Semi-final

Drifters v Sugarshack Postels, Bowl Semi-final

Drifters v Sugarshack Postels, Bowl Semi-final

A batsman of the Calcutta Cricket & Football Club

Raj Oja of Guwahati Town v Moonshine Warathais, Plate Semifinal

The unique bowling style of Greek No.10 Vasilios Pappas, Moonshine Warathais.
 Guwahati Town v Moonshine Warathais, Plate Semifinal
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Trevor Chappell takes a catch for Moonshine Warathais.
 Guwahati Town v Moonshine Warathais, Plate Semifinal
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Trevor Chappell in action for the Moonshine Warathais.
 Moonshine Warathais v Guwahati Town, Plate Semifinal
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Mike Speed bowls for Kelawar CC v Island Cricketeers, Plate Semifinal

Razi Khan bowls for Calcutta Cricket & Football Club v Perth Postels, Cup Semifinal

Cameron Park for Perth Postels. Calcutta Cricket & Football Club v Perth Postels,
 Cup Semifinal
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Daniel Shaw for Perth Postels. Calcutta Cricket & Football Club v Perth Postels, Cup Semifinal

Aamir Khawaja bowls for Corner Tigers. Corner Tigers v Bombay Gymkhana B, Cup Semifinal 

Asad Jamal bowls for Corner Tigers. Corner Tigers v Bombay Gymkhana B, Cup Semifinal

Corner Tigers v Bombay Gymkhana B, Cup Semifinal

Stuart “Rhino” Kaschula (captain) bowls for Perth Postels.
 Calcutta Cricket & Football Club v Perth Postels, Cup Semifinal
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Calcutta Cricket & Football Club v Perth Postels, Cup Semifinal.

Daniel Shaw bowls for Perth Postels.
 Calcutta Cricket & Football Club v Perth Postels, Cup Semifinal
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Calcutta Cricket & Football Club v Perth Postels, Cup Semifinal.

Haroon Qazi bats for Corner Tigers.
 Corner Tigers v Bombay Gymkhana B, Cup Semifinal
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Haroon Qazi bats for Corner Tigers.
 Corner Tigers v Bombay Gymkhana B, Cup Semifinal
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Imran Idrees bats for Corner Tigers.
 Corner Tigers v Bombay Gymkhana B, Cup Semifinal
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1.

Guwahati Town v Bounty Buccaneers (Day 2)

Graham Witt of Bounty Buccaneers celebrates his retirement on reaching 30 runs

Handshakes all round as Guwahati are victorious

Bombay Gymkhana B v Southerners CC (Day 2)

Bombay Gymkhana B v Southerners CC (Day 2)

Bombay Gymkhana B v Southerners CC (Day 2)

Kudu Bar Cavalry v Island Cricketeers (Day 2)

Ex-England international Adam Hollioake, playing for Nollamarra,
 retires after reaching a maximum of 35 runs against Kelawar CC
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Calcutta Cricket & Football Club v Bombay Gymkhana A,
 Cup Quarterfinal (Day 4)

Calcutta Cricket & Football Club v Bombay Gymkhana A,
 Cup Quarterfinal (Day 4)

Applecross CC v Drifters Cricket Team, Bowl Final

Donga bats for Applecross.
 Applecross CC v Drifters Cricket Team, Bowl Final

Donga bats for Applecross.
 Applecross CC v Drifters Cricket Team, Bowl Final

2.

Moonshine Warathais v Kelawar CC, Plate Final

Ben Webb bowling for Kelawar. Moonshine Warathais v Kelawar CC, Plate Final

Trevor Chappell bats for Moonshine Warathais.
 Moonshine Warathais v Kelawar CC, Plate Final
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Simon Porter bats for Moonshine Warathais.
 Moonshine Warathais v Kelawar CC, Plate Final
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James Reynolds bats for Moonshine Warathais.
 Moonshine Warathais v Kelawar CC, Plate Final
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Humayun Malik bowls for Corner Tigers.
 Perth Postels v Corner Tigers, Cup Final

Imran Idrees bowls for Corner Tigers.
 Perth Postels v Corner Tigers, Cup Final

Richard Brown bats for PCU. Brownie was awarded Player of the Spoon Final by the umpires.
 PCU v Bounty Buccaneers, Spoon Final
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Warren Pugh bowls for Moonshine Warathais.
 Moonshine Warathais v Kelawar CC, Plate Final
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Trevor Chappell bowls for Moonshine Warathais.
 Moonshine Warathais v Kelawar CC, Plate Final
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Grahame White bats for Macau Scrubbers.
 Macau Scrubbers v Taipans CC (Day 2)

Rizwan Sattar, Ian Beck (captain) and Mark Burns of Lamma CC
 before their game against Bangkok Postels on Day 2
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Mark Burns bats for Lamma CC.
 Lamma CC v Bangkok Postels (Day 2)

Mark Burns showing northern grit
 Lamma CC v Bangkok Postels (Day 2)

Bethan Greaves bats for Lamma CC.
 Lamma CC v Bangkok Postels (Day 2)

Mark Burns bowls for Lamma CC.
 Lamma CC v Bangkok Postels (Day 2)

Doug Hedley bats for Bangkok Postels.
 Lamma CC v Bangkok Postels (Day 2)

Ian Beck bowls for Lamma CC.
 Lamma CC v Bangkok Postels (Day 2)

Maddog bowls for Applecross CC.
 Lamma CC v Applecross CC (Day 3)

Donga bowls for Applecross CC.
 Lamma CC v Applecross CC (Day 3)

Jonno bats for Lamma CC.
 Lamma CC v Applecross CC (Day 3)

Ian Beck bats for Lamma CC.
 Lamma CC v Applecross CC (Day 3)

Corner Tigers v Bangkok Postels (Day 3)

Island CC v Wild Men From Borneo (Day 3)

Alan Mullally bowls Macau Scrubbers.
 Sugarshack Postels v Macau Scrubbers (Day 3)

Adam Hollioake bats for Nollamara CC.
 Calcutta Cricket & Football Club v Nollamara CC (Day 3)
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3.
 
Gupindar “Guppy” Mahal bats for Bounty Buccaneers.
 Bounty Buccaneers v Bangkok Postels, Spoon Semifinal

Matthew Nicholson is run out.
 Bounty Buccaneers v Bangkok Postels, Spoon Semifinal
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Matt “Son of Mike” Speed bats for Bounty Buccaneers.
 Bounty Buccaneers v Bangkok Postels, Spoon Semifinal
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Bounty Buccaneers v Bangkok Postels, Spoon Semifinal

Rich Brown bats for PCU.
 PCU v Wild Men From Borneo, Spoon Semifinal

Rich Brown bats for PCU.
 PCU v Wild Men From Borneo, Spoon Semifinal

Mark Whetton bats for PCU.
 PCU v Wild Men From Borneo, Spoon Semifinal

Mark Sayer bowls for Wild Men.
 PCU v Wild Men From Borneo, Spoon Semifinal

Brad Mant bats for Formosa Spartans.
 Applecross v Formosa Spartans, Bowl Semifinal
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Kelawar CC v Island Cricketeers, Plate Semifinal

Stuart Kaschula bats for Perth Postels.
 Perth Postels v Calcutta Cricket & Football Club, Cup Semifinal
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Phil Catterall bats for Perth Postels.
 Perth Postels v Calcutta Cricket & Football Club, Cup Semifinal
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Wazza bowls for Applecross CC.
 Applecross CC v Drifters Cricket Team, Bowl Final

Trevor Chappell bats for Moonshine Warathais.
 Moonshine Warathais v Kelawar CC, Plate Final
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Dixie Joy bats for Perth Postels.
 Perth Postels v Corner Tigers, Cup Final

James Billington bats for Perth Postels.
 Perth Postels v Corner Tigers, Cup Final
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Trevor Chappell in bowling action.





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