Junior Asia Cup (U17) 2003

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

Development Plan For Acc Raison D’etre

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

Strategic Plan

Key Objective
To promote the game within Asia by raising cricket participation, standard and profile.
1.1 Participation
Objective: Increase the quantity and quality of cricket participants in Associate and Affiliate Member countrie… Read the rest

Grassroots Development

Its importance

“Catch them Young” has been an extremely popular slogan for many years in cricket as well as other sports disciplines. Its importance in the context of the non-Test playing countries of Asia cannot be over-emphasised.… Read the rest

Woolmer tests Asian coaches

Participants of the course with Lt. Gen. Tauqir Zia, chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board
The ACC organised a 7-day coaching course for national coaches from Asia, Africa and Europe in Lahore from October 20 to 27, 2002. The course was con… Read the rest

ACC Trophy 2004

ACC Trophy 2004The draw for the ACC Trophy 2004 which is to be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 12th – 22nd June 2004 was held on 15th January 2004 at 3.00 pm at the ACC Secretariat in the presence of Vice President ACC, HRH Tunku Tan Sri Imra… Read the rest

Chiang Mai Juniors Win Historic Tournament


There was a nail-biting finale to the first ever Under -13 Thai National Cricket Tournament played among 4 regional teams in Chiang Mai over the weekend. The hometown Chiang Mai team edged-out a strong team of youngsters from Khonkaen on po… Read the rest