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  • Thailand Dream of a Place in the Women's World Cup

    3 February 2017

    Thailand’s women cricketers have enjoyed great success in 20-over competitions in recent seasons but they are about to embark on a great Sri Lankan adventure which will see them take part in the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier which will see ten countries compete for four places in the 50-over World Cup played in England in June and July… Read more

    Thailand Dream of a Place in the Women's World Cup
  • India light up Bangkok to win the Women's Asia Cup for the sixth time

    4 December 2016

    The Indian Women’s cricket team continued their dominance of the ACC Women’s Asia Cup that stretches back to 2004 by winning the competition for the sixth successive time without ever losing a match. They defeated Pakistan by 17 runs in the final played at Asian Institute of Technology in Bangkok as both sides contributed to an exciting… Read more

    India light up Bangkok to win the Women's Asia Cup for the sixth time
  • Thailand's Women Cricketers Wipe Away A Nation's Tears

    18 October 2016

    The Land of Smiles has been united in its grief following the death of their beloved King but the Thailand Women’s cricket team, who were playing in an international tournament in Hong Kong, did their best to bring the nation some comfort. . The very next morning, Thailand faced Nepal, knowing that one more win in the Women’s World Cup… Read more

    Thailand's Women Cricketers Wipe Away A Nation's Tears
  • UN Irish Reach Their Holy Grail

    11 April 2016

    The 29th San Miguel Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes ended on Saturday with five finals and the Awards Dinner. Local favourites UN Irish Pub ended a 19-year search for the Holy Grail as they finally won the Cup, while Stuffed Bearers celebrated their 10-year Anniversary in unexpected style by winning the Spoon. A mini tornado… Read more

    UN Irish Reach Their Holy Grail
  • Rick Davis, Legend of the Sixes

    31 March 2016

    A well known and popular figure at the Chiang Mai Sixes almost from the very start, Rick Davis passed away on 21st March 2016. Rick first came to the Sixes in 1989 as an umpire, then graduated to the commentary box, from where he showered both praise and derision on the players whenever he could make it to the tournament, as well as… Read more

    Rick Davis, Legend of the Sixes
  • San Miguel Thais win Ian McDougall Shield

    27 March 2016

    The fourth edition of the Ian McDougall Shield, arranged and sponsored by Sandy and Dean at UN Irish Pub in memory of their friend who had taken up a place in various UN Irish teams at the Sixes over the years, was won by San Miguel Thais but more importantly gave six local teams the chance to play some highly enjoyable cricket. The… Read more

    San Miguel Thais win Ian McDougall Shield
  • Friends from the Sixes say good bye to Mike McCune

    9 March 2016

    The funeral service for Mike McCune, deeply involved in the Chiang Mai Sixes for more than 15 years, was held at Wat Pra Paeng, a peaceful temple on the river not far from Gymkhana Club, on Tuesday 8th March after Mike had died on the previous Saturday. Three evenings of prayer were followed by the funeral at the same temple where Mike… Read more

    Friends from the Sixes say good bye to  Mike McCune
  • Sad news for the Sixes: Mike McCune has died

    6 March 2016

    The organizing committee of the Chiang Mai Sixes confirms the sad news that Mike McCune passed away on Saturday 5th March 2016. Mike was a long-standing and hard-working member of the committee who built and maintained the original Sixes website and also produced the magazine each year. He worked as Sixes IT director and introduced the… Read more

    Sad news for the Sixes: Mike McCune has died
  • Sahakorn Song School from Mae On win 17th Sawasdee Sixes Cup

    5 March 2016

    A Sawasdee cricket competition for local schools has been an integral part of the San Miguel Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes since 2000 and the 17th edition of the Sawasdee Sixes Cup was held at Prem International School on 5th March. Seven teams competed at two levels and it was Sahakorn Song School from Mae On who were overall… Read more

    Sahakorn Song School from Mae On win 17th Sawasdee Sixes Cup
  • Prem International School go on a successful tour to Mae On

    15 February 2016

    With the prestigious Chiang Mai Sixes Sawasdee Cup less than 3 weeks away Prem International School's softball cricket squad boarded their school minibuses to embark a tour to play schools who play cricket thanks to the long-standing CMSCA coaching program run by Martin and Puy Papworth. The tour party first stopped at Sahakorn II School… Read more

    Prem International School go on a successful tour to Mae On
  • Pattaya win 2016 Chiang Mai Big Bash

    14 February 2016

    The 2016 Chiang Mai Big Bash was contested at Gymkhana Club on 13th and 14th February and it was bigger and better than ever before as three visiting teams joined local sides Lanna and CMCC in a five-team eight player aside tournament. Not the MCC were welcome visitors from England and Patong were entertaining tourists from Phuket, but it… Read more

    Pattaya win 2016 Chiang Mai Big Bash
  • Prem Panthers impress in the Traidhos Sawasdee Tournament

    7 February 2016

    The countdown to the 2016 San Miguel Chiang Mai International Sixes is continuing. The 17th Sixes Sawasdee Cup is less than a month away as it will be held at Prem School on 5th March. Children from local schools where cricket is being provided by Chiang Mai Schools Cricket Alliance (CMSCA) enjoyed a warm-up competition laid on by Prem… Read more

    Prem Panthers impress in the Traidhos Sawasdee Tournament
  • Gymkhana Club retain Dick Wood Cup for sixth year in a row

    31 January 2016

    British Club have been visiting Chiang Mai for 33 years and as Jack Dunford regularly explains Dick Wood was so captivated by the play of the visitors from Bangkok in that first year that he provided funds for a cup to be purchased for Gymkhana Club and British Club to compete for. The battle for the Dick Wood Cup is one of the highlights… Read more

    Gymkhana Club retain Dick Wood Cup for sixth year in a row
  • CMSCA juniors join forces with British Club at Gymkhana

    30 January 2016

    British Club are in town again for their annual Sunday fixture against Gymkhana Club as the two teams contest the Dick Wood Cup and the boys from Bangkok warmed up by playing a two innings match on the Saturday as British Club's full squad of 16 was bolstered by juniors produced by the Chiang Mai Schools Cricket Alliance's coaching… Read more

    CMSCA juniors join forces with British Club at Gymkhana
  • Kajang Panthers are fantastic tourists as the scores are tied but cricket is the winner

    23 January 2016

    The visit of Kajan Panthers from Malaysia to Chiang Mai had been looked forward to greatly by both teams but nobody was expecting the special occasion that transpired on a sunny Saturday at Gymkhana as the match between Lanna and the Panthers was tied in almost unbelievable fashion. Lanna had batted first and their innings had progressed… Read more

    Kajang Panthers are fantastic tourists as the scores are tied but cricket is the winner
  • Lanna Thais in dreamland as they beat CMCC by 10 wickets

    10 January 2016

    Lanna Thais restored the pride of CMLCC as they produced an outstanding performance to defeat the mighty CMCC by 10 wickets as Jun Aryi and Jason Bray knocked off a target of 139 after the opposition had been dismissed for 138. Lanna Thais enjoyed their first league win and more than made up for the senior side's defeat against Lamphun on… Read more

    Lanna Thais in dreamland as they beat CMCC by 10 wickets
  • 17-year-old Thailand leg-spinner off to take part in Women’s Big Bash in Australia

    5 January 2016

    Thailand recently staged the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 Qualifier in and it was Bangladesh and Ireland which qualified for the Women’s World Twenty20 which will be played in India in March and April 2016. Thailand’s leg-spinner Suleeporn Laomi impressed greatly during the tournament and she has won the chance to take part in the Women’s… Read more

    17-year-old Thailand leg-spinner off to take part in Women’s Big Bash in Australia
  • Bunchuai leads Lamphun to Lanna Eights glory

    12 December 2015

    After the success of the inaugural Lanna Sixes last year it was intended to play a bigger and better version in 2015. The late withdrawal of various teams did not allow this but in typical Thai style a streamlined one-day eight-aside event was arranged in its place. Four local teams took part and everybody had an enjoyable day but it was… Read more

    Bunchuai leads Lamphun to Lanna Eights glory
  • Ireland stun Bangladesh to win ICC Women's World Twenty20 Qualifier in Bangkok

    5 December 2015

    Ireland won the ICC Women's World Twenty20 Qualifier when they beat Bangladesh by two wickets from the last ball of a dramatic final which came to a gripping climax under darkening skies, at Terdthai Cricket Ground in Bangkok. Zimbabwe had earlier beaten Scotland by three wickets in another very close match to finish third in the… Read more

    Ireland stun Bangladesh to win ICC Women's World Twenty20 Qualifier in Bangkok
  • Eight women's teams look to book a passage to India

    26 November 2015

    The second edition of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 Qualifier is being held in Bangkok, capital of Thailand, from 28th November to 5th December with highly prized places at the T20 World Cup in India next year available to the leading two teams. Eight teams are taking part in the Bangkok Qualifier with Bangladesh and Ireland who took… Read more

    Eight women's teams look to book a passage to India
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