UAE Kallang UAE 280-7 (A Saeed 55, A Ali 40, M Khaliq 41, K Khan 23, M Baksh 41, Naeemuddin 40; S Lama 2-44, R Sharma 2-37) beat Hong Kong 193 (D Mallinson 37, R Sharma 35, S Malik 52; A Saeed 2-12, K Khan 4-46, A Ali 2-40, M Tauqeer 2-47) by 87 runs [Full Scorecard | Match Report] Match Reports/Notes Hong Kong vs.
Singapore – Match was reduced to 36 overs per side due to rain.
The Hong Kong Under 15 team will travel to the United Arab Emirates in December 2002 to participate in the Under 15 ACC Trophy 2002.
A protest by the Hong Kong team over the result was dismissed by the match referee. Maldives – Alex French’s 203* was scored off 158 balls and included 21 fours and 1 six. UAE ACC programs that has been participated by the respective members a. Seminar on Sports Medicines & fitness, Bangalore e.ACC level 1 Coaching Course, Singapore Any other matters of interest Hong Kong Cricket Sixes The cricketing world was introduced to the excitement of ‘Sixes’ when the first Hong Kong Cricket Sixes tournament debuted in 1992.Group A comprises teams from Nepal, UAE, Oman, Qatar and Kuwait.Teams in each group play one another in the preliminary round, with the two top teams in each group at the conclusion of the preliminary round advancing to the semi-finals.The initial round robin matches will consist of the 10 non-Test playing countries divided into 2 groups of 5 and will play from 7th to 13th December 2002.
The top 2 teams from each group will then progress to the “Super League” and join India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in a round robin format from 15th to 22nd December 2002.
During a recheck of the scores, it was discovered that a leg bye scored in one of the latter overs had not been added to the Malaysians’ total score.
Therefore it was deemed that the winning run was scored by the Malaysians in the 49th over and that the final over (though bowled and a wicket taken by Hong Kong without additional runs being scored) was considered irrelevant. Bob Woolmer Coaching Course for National Coaches, Lahore d.
Concerted efforts to resurrect the tournament eventually lead to its successful return to the Kowloon Cricket Club in 2001.
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Hong Kong Team The Hong Kong team for the Under 15 Tuanku Ja’afar Cup 2002 is: Players: Dheeraj Daswani (C) – DMS, Chris Sabine (VC) – CIS, Jamie Atkinson – SIS, Robbie Bacon – IS, John Bacon – IS, Kanishk Verghese – WIS, Alistair Paine – WIS, Nicholas Lau – SC, Ahmed Nadeem – DMS, Ahmed Irfan – LCU, Mathew Aldridge – KGV, Nigel Shroff – KGV, Nazam Ali – DMS, Paul Ellis – Overseas Key to Schools: DMS = Delia Memorial School, CIS = Chinese International School, SIS = South Island School, WIS = West Island School, IS = Island School, SC = Shatin College, LCU = Li Ching Uk Management: Tabarak Dar (Manager), Lal Jayasinghe (Coach) Hong Kong’s Draw & Results Summary Date Match Venue Result Hong Kong vs Singapore Kilat Club Singapore 83-4 (Maximillian 41) beat Hong Kong 82 (K Verghese 13, N Ali 14; R Nasir 8-0-19-3, J Kumar 8-4-9-3) by 6 wkts Hong Kong vs Thailand Kelab Aman Hong Kong 57-3 (D Daswani 19*; S Akbar 3-0-18-2) beat Thailand 56 (S Akbar 15; A Paine 8-2-12-3, N Ali 5.2-2-6-2, P Ellis 6-1-11-2) by 7 wkts Alistair Paine – Man of the Match ACC Trophy 2002 – Singapore, 9-22 July 2002 Hong Kong Team Rahul Sharma (Captain), Ravi Sujanani, Roy Lamsam, Ilyas Gul, Alex French, Chris Williams, Tabarak Dar, Jawaid Iqbal, Saleem Malik.