CricketEurope Worldwide News 2006
Under 19 World Cup 1988 ()
As part of the build up to the Under 19 World Cup Cricket Europe takes a look back at previous competitions starting with the inaugural tournament in 1988.
Intercontinental Cup 2006 schedule announced ()
The ICC Intercontinental Cup 2006 will consist of 14 matches scheduled to take place across four continents.
Cricket on Ice ()
The eighteenth Cricket on Ice tournament will take place this coming weekend in St. Moritz
Under 19 World Cup 1998 ()
The second of our features building up to the Under 19 World Cup looks at the 1998 tournament held in South Africa.
Under 19 World Cup practice matches ()
A roundup of the first series of official practice matches in Colombo, with Ireland scraping home against Scotland.
New-look Cup a problem in global logistics ()
Rod Lyall considers the dilemmas facing the organisers of the ICC's restructured first-class competition for the Associate nations.
Under 19 World Cup 2000 ()
We continue our series with a look back at the 2000 Under 19 World Cup, also held in Sri Lanka, in which Ireland and the Netherlands both participated.
Under 19 World Cup 2002 ()
New Zealand, the 'Land of the Long White Cloud', hosted the 2002 Under 19 World Cup, with Scotland the only European representatives.
Under 19 World Cup 2004 ()
In our final Under 19 World Cup preview article David Potter looks back at the 2004 tournament in Bangladesh where the games drew huge crowds.
Morgan is CricketEurope choice ()
Ireland international batsman Eoin Morgan has been voted CricketEurope's Under 19 Player of 2005.
Lords CC win indoor tournament in Austria ()
The inaugural Graz indoor tournament was won by Lords CC from Vienna.
Joe Scuderi ()
An interview with the former South Australia, Lancashire and Italy player who is now the Italian national coach.
High Performance membership brings status questions in its wake ()
Rod Lyall argues that the ICC's expansion of ODI status to include its High Performance countries requires the classification of their other matches to be upgraded.
Pakistan retain Under 19 title ()
Pakistan became the first side to retain the Under 19 World Cup after their fast bowlers produced a remarkable performance against India.
Suriname takes first step to World Cup 2011 ()
Suriname beat Turks & Caicos to clinch the ICC Americas WCL Division 3 Championship.
Austria CC retain Tegernsee title ()
Austria CC retained their title in the 8th annual indoor tournament held in Tegernsee, in the Bavarian Alps.
ICC reveals playing conditions for Intercontinental Cup ()
On the eve of the first group match, the ICC has released the playing conditions for the revamped Intercontinental Cup competition.
Argentina make it two out of two ()
There were victories for hosts Argentina and the Bahamas in the World Cricket League, Americas Division 2, tournament in Buenos Aires.
Bahamas on top ()
Bahamas moved to the top of the ICC Americas WCL Division 2 table in Buenos Aires with a 5 wicket victory over a weary Suriname side.
Bahamas win again in Buenos Aires ()
The Bahamas defeated Panama by 9 wickets to become clear leaders of the Americas Division II tournament.
Argentina and Bahamas in decider ()
Their victory over Suriname means that hosts Argentina will meet Bahamas in the match to decide promotion from the Americas Division II championship.
Argentina win promotion ()
Argentina defeated the Bahamas to win the Americas Division 2 title and qualify for the Division 1 tournament in Toronto later this year.
No riff-raff, please ()
Members only, gentlemen. This is our club. No riff-raff. Jon Coates reflects further on Matthew Engel's controversial comments.
Rheindahlen Crusaders open with a win ()
Rheindahlen Crusaders got off to a winning start, thanks to a marvellous 148 by Billy Williams, in the game against M¸lheim CC.
Uganda names Kenya tour squad ()
UCA has named a 22-man squad ahead of the Kenya tour scheduled for May 28 to June 4.
Malaysia to host 2008 Under 19 World Cup ()
Malaysia will become the first Associate Member country to host the tournament, followed by Kenya, Canada and UAE.
Scotland and Netherlands to host top events ()
Netherlands will host 2010 World Cricket League; Scotland gets 2013 ICC Trophy.
G¸tersloh routed by rampant Rheindahlen ()
What a day, what a match, where records tumbled and runs came more freely than the rain that came from the sky Rheindahlen Crusaders set out their stall for the rest of the season.
British Army (Germany) in the Netherlands ()
The British Army (Germany) team took on Dutch Second Division team Heerlen and won convincingly having benefited from new nets facilities.
Afghanistan to tour UK ()
The Afghanistan national team will make its first tour of the United Kingdom in June.
Better prepared Argentines return to Americas top flight ()
Argentina was undefeated in winning the Americas WCL Division Two tournament in Buenos Aires.
Zagreb CC beat Ljubljana CC in low-scoring contest ()
Ljubljana CC welcomed Zagreb CC to their Valburga ground for a match between the two sides. Zagreb won a low-scoring game by 2 wickets.
Canada coach looks to overseas trio for Trinidad tri-series ()
The Canadian squad leaves for Trinidad to participate in a triangular ODI series with Zimbabwe and Bermuda.
Tornado eye fourth Uganda title ()
The fifth Castle Lager League began on May 7 with Tornado aiming for their fourth title.
Davison confident Canada can topple Zimbabwe ()
Canada captain John Davison talks about his team's chances ahead of the Tri-Series against Zimbabwe and Bermuda.
May 13 - unlucky for some ()
NRWCU and BA(G) took each other on in the first of three games planned during this season.
Austrian Open League ñ Week 1 ()
The first weekend of the new Austrian Open League season saw all three non-Viennese teams in action.
Bermuda set to play first-ever ODIs ()
Bermuda and Canada step forward for Trinidad tri-series against Zimbabwe.
Associates could be a World Cup "turn-off" ()
Former England player Mark Butcher says the participation of Associate nations in the World Cup could turn the global viewing public away from the tournament.
Canada crushed by Zimbabwe ()
Zimbabwe easily defeated Canada by 143 runs in the opening game of the Tri-Series in Port of Spain.
ECB launches broadband TV channel ()
European cricket fans can now watch live international cricket from the UK.
Bermuda reach Tri-Series Final ()
Bermuda recover to defeat Canada and reach the Tri-Series final.
Bermuda no match for Zimbabwe ()
Zimbabwe defeated Bermuda by 194 runs in the final group game of the Tri-Series in Trinidad.
Zimbabwe clinch Tri-Series ()
Zimbabwe defeated Bermuda by 83 runs in the final in Trinidad to take the Tri-Series title.
Nigeria forfeit gives Ghana West African titles ()
Ghana has won a controversial 2006 West African Championships after winning the final match against Nigeria by forfeit.
Uganda's Bibodi retires from national duty ()
Nehal Bibodi, Uganda's opening batsman, has finally called it quits from the national team after 13 years of service.
Canadian coach calls for calm ()
Canada's batsmen need to become more patient at the crease and learn to build an innings, says coach Andy Pick after last week's triangular one-day international series in Trinidad.
Austrian Open League - Week 2 ()
Victories for Lords CC, Vienna CC and CC Velden 91 in the second week of the Austrian Open League season.
Sky is no match for Channel 4 ()
James Fitzgerald argues that Sky Sport's coverage of Test cricket doesn't compare favourably with that provided previously by Channel 4.
Successful Thai cricket season concludes ()
The 2005-2006 Thai cricket season came to an end with the three division finals being completed. Cricket Association of Thailand's Peter Goodchap reports.
Indonesia possible starter for ACC Trophy ()
Indonesia may join Myanmar as ACC Trophy debutantes at this year's event in Malaysia after being tentatively named in Group D of the Asian championship of non-Test countries to be held from August 12-31.
Hansa claim first German championship ()
Hansa CC from Hamburg claim their first German Championship after victory over Wiesbaden CC.
Austrian Open League - Week 3 ()
Two wins for United Nations on their Velden tour, a win for Pakistan Falken and the first rained off league game.
Bermuda start tour with defeat ()
Bermuda began their short tour of the UK with a seven wickets defeat at the hands of Sussex II.
NRWCU give Germany a good work out ()
The North Rhine Westfalia state side gave the German national team a run for their money
Austrian Open League - Week 4 ()
Two wins for Vienna Lions CC, 193 for Amir Naeem and 5-37 for Ananda Sarathkumara and some encouraging performances from Austria CC Wien's youngsters.
Cricket in Nepal ()
Tim Brooks looks at the Himalayan kingdom whose cricketing profile has been increasing rapidly in recent years.
Europe side to play MCC ()
Craig Wright will captain the Europe side against the MCC in Rotterdam on 29 June.
Associate nation coaches link up for summit ()
The coaches from the six Associate qualifiers for the World Cup get together to review their programs ahead of the tournament.
NRW clinch series against BA(G) ()
Wraye Wenigmann reports on the second of three matches between the NRW Select XI and BA(G).
Brazilian domestic season opens ()
The 2006 Brazilian domestic season kicked off on June 10-11 with Paran· hosting two matches against S„o Paulo.
Associate and Affiliate International Umpires Panel ()
Paul Baldwin of Germany is one of six umpires appointed to the inaugural panel.
Moscow season under way; St.Petersburg folds ()
Six teams are competing in this year's edition of Moscow's local United Cricket League.
Must win tournament for Fiji starts tomorrow ()
According to Col. Ilaisa Kacisolomone, Cricket Fiji's Chairman, victory in the East Asia-Pacific Cup is not just preferable, it's simply essential.
Fiji send an early signal ()
Fiji started with a comfortable eight wicket victory against Japan in the opening match of the 2006 EAP Cricket Trophy in Brisbane.
Europe v MCC preview ()
A European XI takes the field for the first time, against MCC in Rotterdam.
Japan take points in thriller over Cook Islands ()
Japan overcame a fast finishing Cook Islands to secure a two wicket victory in match 3 of the EAP Cricket Trophy.
Europe lose to MCC ()
The MCC completed a comfortable five-wicket victory in their match against a European XI in Rotterdam.
Fiji to take on the world ()
Fiji booked a place in Division 3 of the ICC World Cricket League after securing the EAP Cricket Trophy with a win over Japan.
Cooks finish on a high ()
Cook Islands defeated Japan by 26 runs in the final match of the EAP Cricket Trophy to record their first win.
NRW Minister plays it straight ()
Nord Rhein Westfalen's Interior and Sports Minister visits the German Under 19 squad in Mˆnchengladbach.
Counties must release players ()
English counties must now release players from Associate nations for all ODIs against Full Members as well as World Cup qualifying events.
Toronto to host a month of top cricket ()
August will see Intercontinental Cup action, an ODI Tri-series and the Americas Championship hosted in Toronto.
Two Associates for Twenty20 Championship ()
Top two teams from January's World Cricket League will play in the 2007 ICC Twenty20 World Championship.
European umpire to stand in ODIs ()
Germany's Paul Baldwin will umpire all three ODIs in the forthcoming European Championships.
ACC Trophy: Nepal to play practice matches in Karachi ()
Nepal will finalise its ACC Trophy preparations with a three match visit to Karachi early next month.
Stanford gives opportunities to Americas Associates ()
The Texan millionaire's 20/20 tournament provides finance and playing experience for Bermuda, Caymans and Bahamas.
Kenya desperate for victory in clash with Canada ()
Toronto hosts a must win game for last year's Intercontinental Cup finalists.
Maldives captain in form ahead of ACC Trophy ()
In a positive sign for the Maldives, inspirational captain Kaleem has hit three successive centuries ahead of the team's departure for its ACC Trophy preparatory tour of Sri Lanka on August 4.
Kenyan effort falls just short ()
Kenya failed by just 4 runs to match Canada's first innings score on the second day of their Intercontinental Cup match.
Kenya need a further 246 against Canada ()
Day 3 of the Intercontinental Cup match between Kenya and Canada ended with neither country in a commanding position.
Austria takes on Czech Republic ()
The Austrian national team defeated Czech Republic in two matches in Vienna - although both sides profited from playing full international matches.
Canada win thriller in Toronto ()
Canada defeated Kenya by just 25 runs in an exciting climax to their Intercontinental Cup match.
Awesome August for ICC Associates and Affiliates ()
August is the busiest month ever for the developing cricket world, as the international calendar for non-Test playing international teams confirms.
Canada have chance to put one foot in final ()
Canada has the chance to put one foot in the final of the ICC Intercontinental Cup if it can secure victory over Bermuda in the four-day encounter in Toronto on Saturday.
Norway win promotion from WCL Europe Division 2 ()
Norway won the European Second Division title and promotion to the First Division after defeating Jersey in the final in Glasgow.
Ireland are European Champions ()
Ireland's victory in the European First Division Championship caps a wonderful summer for them.
Canada v Bermuda day 1 ()
Bermuda's batsmen show grit and determination to end up on 333 for nine.
Davison and Billcliff share massive partnership ()
165 in 175 balls from John Davison puts Canada in control of their Intercontinental Cup match against Bermuda.
Rain holds up Canada ()
Bermuda go in to the last day of their Intercontinental Cup match against Canada facing an innings defeat.
Scotland and Ireland prepare for winner-takes-all clash ()
Defeat could end either side's chances of making the ICC Intercontinental Cup final.
Million dollars for Ontario cricket ()
The Ontario provincial government has pledged 1 million dollars to the Ontario Cricket Association.
Sporting Alfas reach Costa Blanca final ()
Sporting Alfas clinched the northern section of the Costa Blanca league in Spain.
Canada wins in the final hour ()
Canada won their second Intercontinental Cup match, beating Bermuda in the last hour of play in Toronto.
Last wicket pair holds up Ireland ()
Report on the opening day of the Intercontinental Cup tie between Scotland and Ireland from Ian Callender at Mannofield.
Rollercoaster of a day in Aberdeen ()
Nine wickets fall for 32 runs at the end of the second day of the Intercontinental Cup match between Scotland and Ireland.
Intercontinental Cup tie is abandoned ()
Despite two days of sunshine and dry weather, the wicket at Aberdeen could not be made playable for the conclusion of the game between Ireland and Scotland.
The greatest mismatch in international history? ()
It took Nepal just two legal deliveries to win their match against Myanmar at the Asian Cricket Council Trophy in Kuala Lumpur.
Weekend of contention and ill-feeling ()
Do three outbreaks of controversy and dissent within 48 hours tell us something about the current state of cricket?
Bermuda defeats Canada - again ()
The WCL Americas 1st Division Championships begins with yet another defeat for the home team.
Two tons seal USA victory ()
Centuries from Massiah and Nadkarni steered a new-look USA to a comfortable win over the Cayman Islands on the opening day of the Americas Championship.
WCL Division 3 spot up for grabs in Tanzania ()
The African cricket focus shifts to the associate nationss, with the ICC World Cricket League Division 2 tournament in Tanzania.
Caymans crush dismal Canada ()
The Americas Championship is turned upside down by the shock defeat of defending champions Canada by the Cayman Islands.
Cann blasts Bermuda to victory ()
Lionel Cann's 139 against Argentina came from just 68 balls and included 13 sixes.
Bermuda player reported for bowling action ()
Bermuda left-arm spinner Hasan Durham has been reported for a potentially flawed bowling action following the ODI against Canada in Toronto.
Bermuda make it three in a row ()
Bermuda registered their third successive win at the Americas Championship with a 93 run victory over the Cayman Islands.
USA set up Bermuda showdown ()
The USA cruised to a comfortable 7 wicket win over Argentina on the third day of the Americas Championship.
Tanzania set the pace in Dar es Salaam ()
Hosts Tanzania have won both their opening games in the WCL Africa 1st Division tournament.
UAE and Hong Kong in Asian final ()
UAE and Hong Kong will meet in the final of the Asian Cricket Council Trophy in Kuala Lumpur.
Third to eight place decided in ACC Trophy ()
Afghanistan surprise Nepal to clinch third place as Duckworth Lewis settles all three play-offs.
Canada defeat gloom and Argentina ()
Canada found some winning form in a comfortable 9 wicket Duckworth-Lewis win over Argentina.
Americas title in the balance ()
With Bermuda and USA being abandoned as a no result, the USA need to beat Canada to take the Americas title from Bermuda.
Caymans clinch WCL 3 spot ()
The Cayman Islands defeated Argentina to claim the Americas qualifying place in next year's World Cricket League Division 3.
Bermuda are champions as USA crash ()
Bermuda became Americas champions as the USA fell to a ten wicket defeat against Canada.
UAE win the ACC Trophy ()
The UAE defeated Hong Kong by 5 wickets in the Asian Cricket Council Trophy final in Kuala Lumpur.
Tanzania win WCL Africa Division 2 ()
Tanzania's victory in Dar es Salaam completes the line-up for next year's World Cricket League Division 3.
Domestic trouble in Bermuda ()
Despite Bermuda's sucess internationally, all is not rosy in the domestic game.
Bermuda women lose first match ()
Bermuda's women team lose their first match against Canada.
Canadian women fall to Bermuda ()
Bermuda will compete in the world cup qualifying tournament.
TDCA ready for big playoff weekend ()
The breakdown for Premier and First divisions
Opportunities for Europe as WCL expands ()
Norway and perhaps Jersey get the chance to join the ICC's global competitions.
Championship weekend across Canada ()
Championships will be decided this weekend in Calgary, Vancouver, and Toronto
Papua New Guinea clean sweep EAP Women's Challenge ()
Papua New Guinea managed a clean sweep of the 2006 East Asia Pacific Women's Cricket Challenge by chasing down Japan's 156 with 7 wickets in hand.
USA claim rain-ravaged Under 15 Championship ()
In an Americas Under 15 Championship affected by tropical storm Ernesto, the USA snatched the title on the final day.
Championship fever from coast to coast ()
Exciting matches mark the final weekend of Premier League play
Modest progress and occasional controversy mark European season ()
Rod Lyall looks back on the European international summer ñ and casts forward to the World Cup.
Ontario's champions to duke it out ()
The champions of all Ontario's major premier leagues will compete in the inaugural Ontario Club Championship.
Bermuda women through to World Cup qualifier ()
Bermuda's womens team have marked their international debut with a 2-1 series win over Canada.
Hong Kong women out of World Cup running ()
The Hong Kong women's team are out of qualification for the women's World Cup after a 3-0 series loss to Pakistan.
Singapore beat Hong Kong in ACC Premier League ()
Singapore have beaten a weakened Hong Kong by 158 runs in the ACC Premier League.
National Sports Centre ground improving ()
A high-level match has been played on a grass wicket at Bermuda's National Sports Centre for the first time in two years.
Canterbury CC into Ontario finals ()
Ottawa Valley Cricket Council champ wins two games on the weekend to qualify.
Winter Training Camp raises the bar ()
The second annual ICC Winter Training Camp gets under way in South Africa with 24 players from the six top Associate countries.
Four Bermuda players at ICC winter training camp ()
Four players from Bermuda are attending the ICC's high performance centre for a winter training camp.
Two tours, four countries ()
The MCC have set off on two separate tours, one to China and Hong Kong, and another to Botswana and Zambia.
Mpingwe win Malawi tournament ()
Mpingwe Kips have won the Victoria Forex cricket tournament in Malawi.
USA team to play Jamaica Cricket Board XI ()
A United States Invitational XI is set to take on the Jamaican Cricket Board XI in a Twenty20 match at the new Trelawny Stadium on Saturday.
From Skegness to Italy ()
Club cricketer Antonio Santini could soon be swapping the beaches of Skegness for those of Italy.
Guernsey to tour Canada? ()
After the disappointment of a fifth place finish in the European Championship 2nd Division, Guernsey are looking at the possibility of visiting Toronto for matches next year.
New executive committee for Nepal ()
Nepal's National Sports Council have appointed a new executive committee for the Cricket Association of Nepal.
Bermuda players boycott training ()
Members of the Bermuda team have boycotted a training session due to a contract dispute.
Twenty20 kicks off Bahrain season ()
The Bahrain domestic season kicks off with a Twenty20 tournament today.
Japan to host charity match ()
A charity match featuring some top former players is taking place in Yokohama on Sunday.
Ontario CA Championship final set ()
Young Malton upset Yorkshire on Saturday to advance to the final.
MCC draw first blood, but Botswana come back strongly ()
The MCC have finished the Botswana leg of their African tour, and it has been a close series.
Young Malton are Ontario Champions ()
Etobicoke & District champs dominate and beat Canterbury by 135 runs.
Chinese women in unsuccessful debut ()
China's women have made their international debut in a sixes match against Scotland in Shanghai.
New coach for Belgium ()
The Belgian Cricket Federation have appointed Fazil Mahmoud as their new head coach.
Major reforms for Malaysian cricket ()
The Malaysian Cricket Association has revealed a proposal that will see major reforms to domestic cricket in the country.
China in 2015 World Cup? ()
ICC Chief Executive Malcolm Speed has said that China could qualify for the 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
Successful tour for Isle Of Man ()
The Isle Of Man have finished with a 3/1 win/loss record on their Spanish tour, including winning both games against the Spanish national side.
Contract dispute nearing an end? ()
The contract dispute in Bermuda looks to be coming to an end.
Namibia off to winning start ()
Namibia have made a winning start to their campaign in the South African provincial challenge against Limpopo
Bermuda name squad for African trip ()
David Hemp is set to make his debut for Bermuda on their trip to Kenya and South Africa next month.
Indonesia to increase potential ()
Sachin Gopalan, the chairman of Cricket Indonesia has been setting out his vision for cricket in the country
Namibia thrash Limpopo ()
Former Zimbabwe captain Tatenda Taibu has made his debut for Namibia as they beat Limpopo by 168 runs in Windhoek.
Replacement ground named for World Cup warmups ()
Ireland and Canada will now play their World Cup warmup games at the UWI ground in Trinidad.
Hong Kong and Nepal name squads ()
Hong Kong and Nepal have named their squads for the ACC Premier League match starting on Friday.
MCC unbeaten on Chinese tour ()
The MCC have remained unbeaten on their tour to China and Hong Kong.
Myanmar gets its own ground ()
The Myanmar Cricket Federation has adopted a ground in Yangon dedicated to cricket.
Players seek legal advice ()
Hopes that the contract dispute in Bermuda could be coming to an end have taken a blow with news that several players are seeking legal advice.
Durham's action cleared ()
Bermuda bowler Hasan Durham has had his action cleared by the ICC
MCC unbeaten on Zambia tour ()
After a close series against Botswana, the MCC were more successful when they visited Zambia on their African tour.
Canada announce squad for South Africa ()
Three unavailable regulars will make life tough for Canada on the tour.
George O'Brien's contract terminated ()
Pace bowler George O'Brien has been released from his contract with the Bermuda Cricket Board due to a lack of commitment.
Nepal lay out priorities ()
The new president of the Cricket Association of Nepal has revealed his immediate priorities.
EAP Squad for Centre of Excellence announced ()
The 25-man Squad for the East Asia ñ Pacific (EAP) Squad Camp at the Commonwealth Bank Centre of Excellence (CBCE) in Brisbane from 6-17 November was announced in Melbourne today.
Czech kids learn cricket ()
Pupils from a school in the Czech Republic have been learning cricket as part of a school exchange programme.
Government to get involved in contract dispute ()
The Bermudian government is to step in to help deal with the ongoing contract dispute in the country
Nepal complete big win ()
In their ACC Premier League match against Hong Kong, Nepal have won by 165 runs.
Binod's 50: yet another achievement ()
If anybody is qualified to be the icon of Nepali cricket, then it is lean fast bowler Binod Das.
Hong Kong name sixes squad ()
Hong Kong have named their squad for the Hong Kong Sixes tournament at Kowloon Cricket Club on the 11th and 12th of November.
Nepal thrash Hong Kong ()
Report and photos from Nepal's maiden 3-day victory over Hong Kong in the ACC Premier League.
Legends to play in Toronto ()
Pakistan and India Legends will play a 50-over match at Rogers Centre in Toronto on 3 March.
Bahamas Twenty20 champions crowned ()
The Dockendale Titans have beaten Scotia Bank Paradise to win the inaugural Bahamas Twenty20 competition.
It's a family affair ()
It was a family affair at the Bermuda Board's awards ceremony as a father/son combination walked off with two top prizes.
How good are the best of the rest? ()
Tim Brooks selects the eleven players to make up his Associate Nations team.
Kemco Select win Qatar Twenty20 tournament ()
Kenco Select have beaten Pallonji in a close final match of the VIP - Voltas Cricket Cup.
Top Associates make most of training camp ()
Head coach is impressed as players get tips from top coaches at the ICC Winter Training Camp.
More trouble in Bermuda ()
Bermuda national team player Lionel Cann has met with the Bermuda Cricket Board over allegations of dishonesty.
ICC U15 Cricket 8's Tournament in Suva, Fiji ()
The International Cricket Council (ICC) East Asia - Pacific (EAP) region has today confirmed dates and key preparations for the second EAP U/15 Cricket 8's tournament in January 2007.
A stronger Hong Kong ()
Hong Kong have selected a stronger squad for their next ACC Premier League game.
The future of women's cricket ()
ICC Global Development Manager Matthew Kennedy on how he sees women's cricket developing around the world.
BCB silent over contract talks ()
The Bermuda Board is still refusing to comment on the ongoing contractual wrangling.
Veteran in bid to rejoin national team ()
Charlie Marshall, 45, wants to settle his differences with the Bermuda Cricket Board.
ICC Global Cricket Academy will break new ground ()
Soil from around the world will ensure attendees will experience every type of conditions.
Bermuda Masters win Antigua title ()
Bermuda defeated Canada in the final of the Antigua Independence 20/20 Cricket Festival.
Namibian League roundup ()
Wanderers and Oshakati are now the only undefeated sides after three rounds in the Namibian Premier League.
Bermuda players become Associates top earners ()
The Bermuda Board agrees to pay its players' work salaries and a bonus package worth up to $US 20,000 each.
Victories for ICC Winter Training Camp team ()
The ICC WTC side began their match schedule with victories over Highveld Strikers in Pretoria.
CricketEurope Rankings (1) ()
Our new CricketEurope Monthly Rankings begin with those for the six ICC High Performance countries.
CricketEurope Rankings (2) ()
Our initial global rankings for 75 Associate and Affiliate countries.
Now it's time for results ()
Bermuda coach Gus Logie expects his players to perform in Africa following their pay deal.
Bermudians arrive in Kenya ()
A preview of Bermuda's demanding five week African tour.
Nepal looks to spoil UAE applecart ()
A preview of Nepal's three day ACC Premier League match which begins on Saturday.
CricketEurope Rankings (3) ()
Our rankings of the top bowlers in the six High Performance Program countries.
Cyprus season comes to a climax ()
The Cyprus season is coming to an end in a year that has seen the national team enter international cricket for the first time.
Bobby Rao speaks out ()
The former India and Ireland batsman feels that he has been badly let down by Irish cricket.
CricketEurope Rankings (4) ()
Our final set of rankings is for the top batsmen in the six High Performance Program countries.
Chinese cricketers coached by Rashid Kahn ()
Former Pakistan fast bowler Rashid Khan is to provide coaching to young Chinese cricketers as they build up to their first tournament.
World Cup gives Hemp new lease of life ()
Glamorgan captain makes his debut for Bermuda on Sunday.
ICC Board punish Greeks for fielding ineligible players ()
Following yesterday's ICC Executive Board meeting, Greece has been suspended from all funding support from the ICC Europe Regional Development Program for a period of 12 months and relegated to Europe Division 4.
Rain denies Hong Kong ()
Rain has denied Hong Kong of a much needed victory in the ACC Premier League.
Bermuda struggle on opening day ()
Kenya bowled Bermuda out cheaply on the opening day of their Intercontinental Cup match in Nairobi.
Bermuda bowl their way back into match ()
Saleem Mukuddem inspired a fightback from Bermuda on a rain-hit second day of their Intercontinental Cup clash against Kenya.
Namibia continue fine form ()
Namibia continued their success against Limpopo with a win in a three day game against Free State, and a close defeat in the one day game.
Rain ruins Bermuda's Intercontinental Cup hopes in Kenya ()
Two days of rain in Nairobi washed away Bermuda's hopes of reaching the Intercontinental Cup final.
100 per cent for ICC WTC ()
The ICC Winter Training Camp beat a Northerns XI by 5 wickets in Pretoria.
Focus on one-dayers after wash-out draw ()
Bermuda's attention now turns to the one day series against Kenya in Mombasa.
Vanuatu to host EAP Under 19 World Cup qualifiers ()
The ICC have announced that Vanuatu will host the East-Asia/Pacific qualifier for the 2008 Under 19 World Cup.
Channel Islands to host first tournaments ()
Jersey is set to host the European Under 19 tournament, whilst Guernsey will host the inaugural European Under 23 second division championship.
Big boost for USA ()
One-day internationals could be played in the USA for the first time as a result of a multi-million dollar commercial deal by the USACA.
Successful sixes tournament for Hong Kong ()
Hong Kong have finished 5th in the Hong Kong Sixes tournament, beating England in the 5th place play off.
WTC suffer first loss ()
The ICC Winter Training Camp team suffered its first defeat, going down by 64 runs to Northerns in Pretoria.
Bermuda lose one-day opener in Mombasa ()
Bermuda contrived to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory in their opening one-day international against Kenya.
Nepal defeat Singapore by 205 runs ()
Nepal moved to the top of the ACC Premier League table with a resounding win over Singapore.
Winter Training Camp batsmen shine but sun does not ()
Canadian Abdool Samad scored a quick-fire century against the North-West Dragons in Potchefstroom before the rain came.
Kenya clinch series ()
Bermuda slumped to their second successive defeat in the one-day series against Kenya.
Team's attitude must get better ()
Bermuda coach Gus Logie believes his men need to take a leaf out of the Kenyans' book.
Two more wins for Namibia ()
Namibia have continued their excellent run of form in South African provincial cricket with two wins over Mpumalanga.
2007 ECB One Day Trophy fixtures ()
Ireland and Scotland fixtures and dates for the 2007 ECB One Day Trophy.
Tikolo ton condemns Bermuda to crushing defeat ()
A lacklustre Bermuda suffered the ignominy of a series whitewash in Mombasa after losing the final ODI by a crushing 104 runs.
Bermuda Masters seek more success ()
They've already conquered the Caribbean. And now Bermuda Masters cricket team have set their sights on South America and the UK.
Cann called up by Bermuda ()
Bermuda have added big hitter Lionel Cann to their squad for the South African leg of their tour.
WTC coach hopes for World Cup surprises ()
Report on the latest victory for the ICC WTC side against Northerns.
Career statistics raise interesting questions ()
Analysis of the career records of the Bermuda, Canada and The Netherlands squads that will be playing each other over the coming weeks.
Guernsey announces link with Sussex ()
The Guernsey Cricket Board has announced a partnership with reigning county champions Sussex.
Chiang Mai win first match ()
Chiang Mai have won the first match in the Thailand Under 16 Cup by 11 runs
Under 16 Tournament in Thailand ()
An Under 16 tournament starts today in Thailand.
Hapless Cann injured again ()
All-rounder Lionel Cann is on crutches as he struggles to be fit for Bermuda's Intercontinental Cup match against the Netherlands.
Bowlers dominate in second match ()
The bowlers dominated in the second match of the Thailand Under-16 Cup as Bangkok beat Khon Kaen.
Smith ponders an opening role ()
Bermuda skipper Clay Smith is considering a move up the order to help give Bermuda more solid start to their innings.
Recovering Pearman throws his support behind national team ()
Recovering Bermuda Cricket Board president Reginald Pearman yesterday expressed his disappointment over the three decisive defeats Bermuda suffered at the hands of Kenya in recent one day internationals in the African nation.
Bangkok win tournament ()
Bangkok have won the Thailand Under-16 Cup after a comprehensive win over Chiang Mai.
Win and a loss for Namibia ()
Namibia lost the three day game against Gauteng but the one-day game turned into a last ball thriller.
Bascome: ëWe have to get tuned in' ()
Bermuda assistant coach Herbie Bascome has been interviewed by the Royal Gazette.
Dutch take first-day honours ()
The Netherlands had the better of the first day of their match against Bermuda, although 23 overs were lost.
Bermuda's day in Pretoria ()
The Netherlands find the going tough as Bermuda slam on the brakes.
EAP cruise to convincing victory ()
The East Asia - Pacific (EAP) squad team today cruised to a convincing victory over an Australian Sports Gateway (ASG) representative team.
European Tournaments 2007 ()
Provisional details of the 2007 European tournament programme.
Bermuda take first innings points in Pretoria ()
An unbroken stand of 213 between Hemp and Mukuddem puts Bermuda ahead.
Leading Associate umpire to edit ACUS journal ()
Paul Baldwin takes over as editor of the Association of Cricket Umpires and Scorers house journal.
African teams begin countdown to Women's World Cup ()
Regional qualifying tournament starts in Kenya on 8 December.
Another World Cup to qualify for ()
Bermuda's cricketers offered substantial bonuses to qualify for next year's Twenty20 World Championship.
Namibia triumph in topsy-turvy game ()
Namibia have beaten Griqualand West in their last three day South African provincial match for two months in a real roller-coaster of a match.
Hemp makes first double century ()
David Hemp has shown what he can do for Bermuda with his first double century.
Ten Doeschate hits another century ()
A second century of the match from Ryan ten Doeschate enlivened the final stages of a drawn Intercontinental Cup match in Pretoria.
AJ Burger leads Namiba to big win ()
An excellent 131 from AJ Burger has led Namibia to a fine 107 run victory of Griqualand West.
Bermuda, Netherlands and Canada ODI tri-series ()
Bermuda, Netherlands and Canada meet over the next week in an ODI tri-series in South Africa.
Bermuda lose to Canada ()
Bermuda's lack of bowling depth again cost them dearly as they suffered their fourth straight one-day defeat of the current African tour against Canada.
Draw puts Nepal in Final ()
Nepal booked a spot in the final of the ACC Premier League with a draw against Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur.
Canada secure a five-wicket win in Potchefstroom ()
A fine stand between Ashish Bagai and Sunil Dhaniram leads Canada to victory over Bermuda.
Canada beat the streak ()
Win first ODI after 12 losses and split the first two matches in the tri-series.
Dutch hammer Bermuda ()
Bermuda's poor one-day form continued today in Potchefstroom with an eight wicket defeat at the hands of the Netherlands.
Leverock and Smith reprimanded ()
Duane Leverock and Clay Smith have been reprimanded for dissent during the Intercontinental Cup game against the Netherlands.
Bermuda beaten again in ODI ()
Bermuda recorded their 5th straight ODI defeat as their injury count mounted.
Canada stagger over the line, but take vital bonus point ()
Canada beat Bermuda by three wickets, but their batting nearly threw the game away.
Spectacular conclusion in Benoni ()
The Netherlands defeat Canada by one wicket in the final over.
2006 EAP Squad Camp Highlights ()
The EAP squad recently converged on Brisbane for a two-week intensive camp at the world-renowned Commonwealth Bank Centre of Excellence (CBCE).
Tatsuro Chino making waves in the world of cricket ()
Japanese wicket-keeper/batsman Tatsuro Chino may be small in stature but he is making a big splash in EAP cricket circles.
Bermuda crush Dutch in tour finale ()
In a stunning reversal of form, Bermuda crushed ICC Tri-Series champions Holland by six wickets in their final tour match at Willowmoore Park in Benoni today.
Coach Gus Logie threatens to shake up Bermuda's World Cup squad following the team's sixth straight ODI defeat.
CricketEurope rankings updated ()
Kenyans Tikolo and Odoyo top the latest individual rankings while Bermuda slips in the team rankings.
Changes at the top for Intercontinental Cup clash ()
Injuries and absences mean limited choices for Tuesday's final Group A match in Pretoria.
Bermuda need to get basics right ()
ICC high-performance manager says Bermuda need to follow basic cricketing disciplines for the World Cup.
ten Doeschate tenDoes it again ()
The Netherlands end the first day in Pretoria with a solid first-innings lead.
ten Doeschate joins a select company ()
Dutch star becomes ninth man to score 250 and take six wickets in the same match.
Canada battle to avoid innings defeat ()
Canada are still 112 runs behind The Netherlands in Pretoria, with five wickets in hand.
Seven-wicket win for Dutch in Pretoria ()
The Netherlands beat Canada in the penultimate over of the third day.
Zimbabwe and Tanzania win on opening day ()
Zimbabwe and Tanzania women both gained wins in their first-ever internationals in today's Africa World Cup qualifiers.
Gibbons: "stop rot before World Cup" ()
Former Bermuda player claims "unwise decision making, lack of vision and self-driven ambitions undermine Bermuda's World Cup preparations".
Namibia demolish UAE in two days ()
Namibia may be out of running for the final, but they go down fighting with a demolition job on the UAE.
Tanzania and Zimbabwe in final day decider ()
Tanzania and Zimbabwe set up a final day decider in the Women's World Cup African qualifiers.
Zimbabwe through to next stage ()
Zimbabwe are through to the next stage of Women's World Cup qualification after an 82 run victory over Tanzania.
Bermuda - year in review ()
2006 has been Bermuda's highest profile year in its cricketing history. A look back over the year and ahead to 2007.
Parfitt calls for shake-up ()
Former Bermuda and Scotland international Clarence Parfitt has called for a major shake up of the Bermuda side for the new year.
ACC Under 15 Challenge: Day One report ()
China winning their first representative match, Qatar scoring at ten an over and an individual innings of 221 are the highlights of day one in Thailand.
World Cup squad finalised ()
Bermuda's World Cup squad has been finalised, but no official announcement has been made.
Oman Under-15s score 582 in Thailand ()
Day Three of the ACC Under-15 Challenge tournament in Thailand has been highlighted by a record-breaking innings by Oman.
ACC Under 15 Challenge: Day Two report ()
The hosts winning their first game and another big innings from Tamoor Samjad are the highlights of day two in Thailand.
ACC Under 15 Challenge: Day Four report ()
Bhutan and Iran are triumphant on the fourth day of play in Thailand.
ACC Under 15 Challenge: Day Five report ()
The semi final teams are confirmed on Day Five in Thailand.
Canada name WCL squad ()
Canadian squad named for the World Cricket League Division 1 Tournament in Kenya.
WCL Division 5 ()
Details of the participants and draw for the tournament to be held in 2008.
Jersey applies for ICC Associate membership ()
Jersey hopes to become Europe's 11th Associate member country.
Hosts Malaysia given Under 19 World Cup place ()
Only one European nation will qualify for the 2008 tournament in Kuala Lumpur.
Maldives secure fifth place ()
Maldives Under-15s have secured 5th place in the ACC Under-15 Challenge tournament in Thailand after beating Saudi Arabia.
Selectors keep us guessing ()
Bermuda's selectors have named a training squad, but have postponed naming their final World Cup squad until the New Year.
Logie calls for lowering of public's expectations ()
Bermuda coach Gus Logie has called for the public to lower their expectations.
Clay happy to give way to Romaine ()
Gives his replacement his full support despite his disappointment at being replaced as Bermuda captain.
Bhutan to play Oman in final ()
Bhutan will play Oman in the final of the ACC Under 15 Challenge tournament after two very different semi finals in Bangkok.
Thailand secure 3rd place ()
Hosts Thailand have secured 3rd place in the ACC Under-15 Challenge Tournament.
Oman breeze through final ()
Oman have beaten Bhutan in the final of the ACC Under-15 Challenge tournament.
Nepal review 2006 ()
A successful year, but with failures in the important matches, remained the story of Nepali cricket in 2006.
Breakaway in Oman ()
A group of Omani cricketers are attempting to form a breakaway group.
Uganda to tour Kenya ()
Uganda's national team will start their 2007 with a tour of Kenya.
Bermuda on Trinidad training tour ()
Bermuda are set to play top Trinidad club sides on their tour in the new year.
Canadians on WCL bonuses ()
Canada's players will each receive US$5,000 for finishing in the top two in Nairobi.