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

2008 - Results in Full

Phuket International Cricket Sixes 2008

Results


Day 1

Game 1
Weraroa Cricket Club 74 for 3 (S. Rogers 24) beat Entertainers Cricket Club 65 for 3 (S. Davenport 32 ret, R. Wilson 20) by 9 runs

Game 2
Bahrain Camels 67 for 0 in3.3 overs (S. Rathod 25*, Sandeep 28*) beat Uni Wanderers 58 for 2 by 6 wickets

Game 3
Toorak-Prahan Cricket Club 82 for 2 in 4.3 overs (S. Bray 26*, D. Richards 31 ret) beat Guwahati Town CC 81 for 0 (Praiag 26*, Sayjad 25*) by 4 wickets

Game 4
CBB Postels 74 for 0 in 4 overs (J. Joy 32 ret, K. Jackson 24*) beat Delhi Medical Association Club 72 for 1 (Dr. Neeray 31 ret, Dr. Shashi 24) by 6 wickets

Game 5
Bounty Buccaneers 61 for 4 (B. Webb 21*) beat Black Swans 51 for 4 by 10 runs

Game 6 +
Delhi Medical Association Club 58 for 2 beat Wild Men From Borneo 2 47 for 1 by 11 runs

Game 7 +
Leeming Spartan Cricket Club 65 for 0 (Mant 21*, Atko 31*) beat ADF Tigers 56 for 0 (G. Morgan 23*) by 9 runs

Game 8 +
Corner Tigers 58 for 2 (Asad 20*) beat Karon Seasanders 44 for 1 (Martin 27) by 14 runs

Game 9 +
Lamma Cricket Club 72 for 1 (T. Chappell 31 ret, P. Hutchinson 32 ret) beat Perth Postels 54 for 1 (B. Shaw 29*) by 18 runs

Game 10 +
Etihad Airways Cricket Club  37 for 0 in 2.2 overs (S. Wayak 21*) beat  Wild Men From Borneo 1 33 for 1 (Woodsy 24*) by 6 wickets

Game 11 +
Liquid Lounge Lizards 76 for 0 (J. Ali 25*, C. Dupruz 31 ret) bat ADF Tigers 55 for 1 by 21 runs

Game 12
Calcutta Cricket & Football Club 43 for 1 in 2.2 overs (S. Chatterjee 24*) beat Black Swans 41 for 4 (Prawn 20) by 5 wickets


Game 13
Guinness Southerners 91 for 1 (L. Bouter 29, D. Felon 31 ret) beat Karon Seasanders 29 for 5) by 62 runs

+ Games reduced to 4 ball overs due to rain

Day 2

Game 1
Leeming Spartan Cricket Club 59 for 2 in 4.5overs (Stuey 28*) beat Liquid Lounge Lizards 57 for 3 by 4 wickets

Game 2
Calcutta Cricket & Football Club 85 for 1 (R. Seth 34 ret) beat  Bounty Buccaneers 42 for 3 by 43 runs

Game 3
Corner Tigers 76 for 3 (Haroon 31 ret) beat Guinness Southerners 71 for 2 (D. Fell 31 ret, R. Oster 33 ret) by 5 runs

Game 4
Calcutta Old Boys 88 for 2 (K. Patel 31 ret, D. Doshi 24*) beat Perth Postels 69 for 1 (R. Bernard 25*, B. Shaw 24*) by 19 runs

Game 5
CBB Postels 95 for 1 (Crunch 33 ret) beat Wild Men From Borneo 2 49 for 1 (Stirlo 30 ret) by 46 runs

Game 6
Lamma Cricket Club 89 for 0 (T. Chappell 31 ret, B. Tarr 35 ret) beat Calcutta Old Boys 68 for 1 (M. Mathur 21*, K Patel 24*) by 21 runs

Game 7
Etihad Airways Cricket Club 83 for 0 (S. Nayak 32 ret, A. Oazi 29*) beat Weraroa Cricket Club 54 for 5 (Vandervyuer 24) by 29 runs

Game 8
Entertainers Cricket Club 93 for 2 (A. Burt 32 ret, T. Bienall 28) beat Wild Men From Borneo 1 78 for 1 (Woodsy 35 ret, BP 26*) by 15 runs

Game 9
Bahrain Camels 75 for 1 (Sanjay 30 ret, Sreekanth 24*) beat Guwahati Town Cricket Club 39 for 4 by 36 runs

Game 10
Uni Wanderers 86 for 2 (M. Parry 31 ret) beat Toorak-Prahan Cricket Club 59 for 4 by 27 runs


Positions at the end of Round 1





Round 2

Game 11 – Bowl
Wild Men From Borneo 1 93 for 2 (Ginger 25*) beat Bounty Buccaneers 66 for 5 (B. Webb 24) by 27 runs

Game 12 – Bowl
Perth Postels 61 for 1 in 4.1overs (R. Bernard 30 ret) beat ADF Tigers 60 for 3 (G. Morgan 21) by 5 wickets

Game 13 – Spoon
Guwahati Town Cricket Club 91 for 2 (Parag 24 ret) beat Karon Seasanders 60 for 1 (Martin 21 ret, Vicky 21 retired) by 31 runs

Game 14 – Spoon
Black Swans 78 for 1 (Prawn 22 ret) beat Wild Men From Borneo 2 53 for 1 (Jason 21 ret) by 25 runs

Day 3

Game 1 – Plate
Entertainers Cricket Club 55 for 4 in 4.1 overs beat Calcutta Old Boys 54 for 2 by 2 wickets

Game 2 – Plate
Toorak-Prahan Cricket Club 74 for 3 in 4.4 overs beat Delhi Medical Association Club 71 for 0 (Dr. Salhofra 30 ret, Dr. Neerjay 31*) by 3 wickets

Game 3 – Cup
Etihad Airways Cricket Club 61 for 0 (A. Qazi 30ret) beat Corner Tigers 60 for 1 (I. Idrees 35 ret) by 6 wickets

Game 4 – Cup
Leeming Spartan Cricket Club 36 for 1 in 1.5 overs beat Guinness Southerners 37 for 6 by 5 wickets

Game 5 – Cup
Bahrain Camels 65 for 1 (Sanjay 21*) beat Liquid Lounge Lizards 63 for 2 (Jafar 32 ret, Camay 25*) by 6 wickets

Game 6 – Plate
Uni Wanderers 102 for 2 (T. Higgins 30 ret) beat Calcutta Old Boys 64 for 1 (K. Patel 26*) by 38 runs

Game 7 – Plate
Weraroa Cricket Club 90 for 3 (Lance 20, B. Cole 22*, S. Rogers 22*) beat Toorak-Prahan Cricket Club 69 for 0 (S. Bray 33*, G. Coote 20*) by 21 runs

Game 8 – Cup
Etihad Airways Cricket Club 79 for 0 in 4 overs (A. Qazi 30 ret, S. Nayak 29*) beat Lamma Cricket Club 78 for 2 (T. Chappell 27, S. Lama 30 ret) by 6 wickets

Game 9 – Cup
Leeming Spartan Cricket Club 75 for 1 beat CBB Postels 73 for 1 (J. Joy 30 ret) by 5 wickets

Game 10 – Cup
Bahrain Camels 87 for 0 in 4.4 overs (Sandeep 32 ret, Sanjay 23*, Sreekanth 20*) beat Calcutta Cricket & Football Club 86 for 2 (R. Seth 30 ret, S. Sondhi 24*) by 6 wickets

Game 11 – Plate
Uni Wanderers 105 for 2 (M. Parry 31 ret, T. Higgins 31 ret) beat Entertainers Cricket Club 71 for 4 (B. Heinfield 26) by 34 runs

Game 12 – Plate
Weraroa Cricket Club 77 for 2 (A. Simonsen 32 ret, D. Schlup 21*) beat Delhi Medical Association Club 59 for 4 (Dr. Salhatra 26*) by 18 runs

Game 13 – Cup
Lamma Cricket Club 89 for 1 (P. Hut 30 ret) beat Corner Tigers 66 for 4 by 23 runs

Game 14 – Cup
CBB Postels 91 for 0 (J. Joy 32 ret, I. Liddell 23*) beat Guinness Southerners 46 for 4 by 45 runs

Day 4 – Finals Day

Game 1 – Cup
Calcutta Cricket & Football Club 112 for 0 (S. Chatterjee 30 ret, R. Seth 34 ret) beat Liquid Lounge Lizards 56 for 2 (J. Ali 27*) by 56 runs


Results at the end of Round 2



 






Game 2 – Spoon
Black Swans 80 for 1 in 4.1 overs (Prawn 23, Minton 30*) beat Guwahati Town Cricket Club 77 for 2 (S. Hussain 28) by 5 wickets

Game 3 – Spoon
Karon Seasanders 82 for 0 (Martin 21 ret, S. Raju 23 ret) beat Wild Men From Borneo 2 64 for 3 (Stirlo 20 ret) by 18 runs


Game 4 – Bowl
Bounty Buccaneers 72 for 2 in 4.1 overs beat Perth Postels (B. Shaw 26) by 5 wickets


Game 5 – Bowl
ADF Tigers 76 for 1 (Dane 31 ret, Daryl 20*) beat  Wild Men From Borneo1 by 6 runs




Game 6 – Plate Semi
Uni Wanderers 74 for 2 (C. Dias 30 ret, N. Buzza 25*) beat Entertainers Cricket Club 54 for 1 (B. Heinfield 28*) by 20 runs

Game 7 – Plate Semi
Toorak-Prahan Cricket Club 70 for 2 (G. Coote 43 ret) beat Weraroa Cricket Club 53 for 5 by 17 runs

Game 8 – Cup Semi
Calcutta Cricket & Football Club 76 for 2 in 4.1 overs (A. Sodhi 35 ret) beat Leeming Spartan Cricket Club 74 for 0 (Manty 25*, Atko 30 ret) by 4 wickets

Game 9 – Cup Semi
Etihad Airways Cricket Club 74 for 0 in 3.2 overs (A. Qazi 21*, S. Nayak 33 ret) beat Bahrain Camels
71 for 1 (Sanjay 32 ret, Sreekauth 35 ret) by 6 wickets

Game 10 – Spoon Final
Guwahati Town Cricket Club 88 for 4 (Sajjad 33*) beat Black Swans 49 for 4 by 39 runs

Game 11 – Bowl Final
Bounty Buccaneers 97 for 1 (D. Nightingale 33 ret) beat Wild Men From Borneo 1 55 for 5 (Ginger 22*) by 42 runs

Game 12 – Plate Final
Toorak-Prahan Cricket Club 83 for 3 (B. Shaw 25, D. Bray 25*) beat Uni Wanderers 81 for 3 (M. Parry 30 ret, T. Higgins 24) by 3 wickets

Game 13 – Cup Final

Calcutta Cricket & Football Club 116 for 2 (S. Chatterjee 32 ret, A. Sondhi 30, R. Seth 25*) beat Etihad Airways Cricket Club 84 for 3 (S. Nayak 33 ret, A. Khan 22*) by 32 runs








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