War-torn buildings, bomb craters filled fields and a nation looking to put the Taliban era behind it – you mention these things and immediately Afghanistan comes to mind. But if one mentions cricket and Afghanistan together, the mind fi… Read the rest
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The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) and the International Cricket Council (ICC) are working together to lift the standard of coaching in Asia under the umbrella of the ACC Development Program.
Coaching is at the top of the ACC’s agenda and AC… Read the rest
Cricket in Kuwait seems to be very well organized. Playing conditions in this country gives the umpires a lot of strength and there are punishments to the teams which arrive late for the match. One thing that stood out mostly was the fact that … Read the rest
The Asian Cricket Council, in col-laboration with the English Cricket Board, organised Level – I course in United Arab Emirates from February 20 to 27. As many as 15 coaches from five countries attended this seven-day course. I… Read the rest
Asian Cricket Foundation (ACF), an arm of the Asian Cricket Council which takes care of the marketing side of ACC will be organizing three junior tournaments involving India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in the next 4 months with an i… Read the rest
The Bangladesh Cricket Board has named their touring party for the Videocon Under 19 Tournament 2003 to be held from the 31st October – 6th November 2003 in Pakistan which will be participated by India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
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The Kenstar Asian ‘A’ Teams Tournament featuring the ‘A’ teams of India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka would be played from 22nd to 30th December 2003 in Eden Gardens, Kolkata.
This was informed by Jagmohan Dalmiya, Ch… Read the rest
The 3rd Junior Asia Cup (U17) 2003 will be held form the 13th – 27th January 2003 in India where we will see 15 countries all over Asia joining the 4 Test Nations India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. This tournament will be played in 4 ci… Read the rest
The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) consists of 11 Full Members India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Singapore, UAE, Hong Kong, and Fiji as well as 7 Associate Members Brunei, Japan, Kuwait, Maldiv… Read the rest