The Bashundara Cricketers (Bangladesh) hold their trophy for winning the 2013 Cup competition at the Chiang Mai Sixes.
Well done, Cricketers!
The Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes is one of the world's most popular amateur cricket tournaments, and once again this year the Sixes will be known as the "San Miguel" Chiang Mai Sixes, in honor of our sponsor, the San Miguel company in Thailand.
The tried and trusted formula of the Chiang Mai Sixes
is an intoxicating mixture of high-scoring, fast-paced Sixes cricket, camaraderie
on and off the pitch and in bars and restaurants all around Chiang Mai
and a well-organised array of social functions for cricketers and supporters
Here is what some famous and no-so-famous people have said after playing in the Chiang Mai Sixes:
"This tournament is about making friends, and I've
enjoyed myself immensely!"
Mike Gatting, former England & Middlesex
"It's working well, don't change
Dennis Lillee, Australian fast bowling legend
"Any cricketer out there who's not been to the sixes comp in Chiang Mai hasn't completed their CV. It's a fantastic comp and occasion."
Paul Tipton, The Drifters
In 2014, the Sixes will be held for the 27th successive year. Plan to join us for the 2014 Sixes from March 29th (Welcome Party) to April 5th (finals and Finals Award Dinner) in Chiang Mai, played at the Chiengmai Gymkhana Club cricket grounds.
If you are unable to join us at the Gymkhana Club in 2014, you can listen in, watch, or follow one of our RSS feeds so you can participate from a distance
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