About the Phuket Cricket Week

Welcome to the official blog of the Phuket Cricket Week

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.

All enquiries for anyone wishing to come along and make friendships through the game, whether as a team or individuals should contact the ACST Chairman, Michael 'Cat' Maher at mmaher.padmir@bigpond.com or by telephone on +61 407 385 481.

We hope that you enjoy looking through the archives of this brilliant event. Look at the index page down the right hand side, and click on the year and feature you wish to see. Content will continually be updated. If you see an untitled image you can assist with, please get in touch!

Thursday, December 17, 2015

2006 - Floodlit T20

The successful T20 match on the Saturday evening under lights which featured many of the best players from the tournament, including Alan Mullally, Pranab Roy and Rizwan Sattar in an entertaining affair which went right to the wire, with the Trevor Chappell XI eventually triumphing once again, this time over the Adam Hollioake XI


Alan Mullally & Adam Hollioake talk to Burt “Budgie” Baetsen

The scorers table in deep concentration

England Test players Alan Mullally and Adam Hollioake on the mic.

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Michael Burns, Alan Parkhouse and the ladies enjoying the evening.

Postels in fine form.

Southerners watching the action.

A view down Karon Stadium.

The team marquees under the lights.

Looking down on the action from the stands.
 
The umpires for the Twenty20 match: Glyn Davies (Hong Kong) & Ken Ferguson (Phuket).

Players and supporters in the stand.

The teams line up.

Twilight over Karon Stadium.

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