MG 7 is a new team founded by Mahmoud Abdullah, better known as MG. Number 7 exists, because every year MG sponsors a 7 A Side Tournament, hence MG7. The team consists mainly of social players, whom will play hard on and off the ground. Their talent off the field will be better known when there is a “slammer session “. The average age of the team is in the late 40’s. The team comes from Kuwait having different nationalities, but this is not a problem because they are united under the banner of, “Friendship through Cricket “, and many hard drinks. Cricket is in their blood, so they are not there just to have lots of drinks, they are there also to give the strongest team a hard time. So watch out for MG 7.
PCDT Natives (Phuket, Thailand)
Singapore Slingers (Singapore)
Kristian "Buckets" Fahey (c)
Dagangg Boyz (Phuket, Thailand)
Leeming Spartan Cricket Club (Perth, Australia)
Leeming Top Deck (Perth Australia)
The Southern Stars (Victoria, Australia)
Willetton Crows CC (Perth Australia)
The Crows will be celebrating their 40th anniversary in 2013...
Crows Players Highlights
Rob Sims (Simsy/Simo)
The old man of the Crows! Second on the all time run makers list and second on the all time wicket takers list for the Crows suggests that being second is something that comes naturally. Known for his electric pace between the wickets it was once estimated that Simsy can cover the 100m sprint in 52.5 seconds (wind assisted). Simsy has also been known to have a cold beer on a hot day just to be sociable.
Being the youngest member of the group isn’t always easy but Julia has fitted in well at the Crows and has been able to show improved skills in all the essential skills required to be a Crows player, bowling, batting and scooter riding. A skill that is very much a requirement in Asia and which will be put to the test on the streets of Phukett.
Known as the “croc” for his crocodile jaw snapping style of catching Della is a big man with a big laugh. Lots of the ladies will warm to this big guy. In fact there may be several children at the airport to greet him from previous visits to Thailand and the call of “phor” (father) could ring out from multiple groups when big Del gets off the plane.
Big hitter, quick bowler, good looks, the guy has it all. A favourite son of the Crows, on and off the field and a really top bloke to boot. Dos is looking forward to taking the competition by storm during the day and the bars by night. Look out!!!
Allan Chellew (Chewy)
The Crows party man.
Quick bowler, great fielder with the ability to hit big sixes when it counts.