Sixteen Teams to Compete in First Pattaya International Cricket Sixes in April

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 25 March 2010

The Pattaya International Cricket Sixes 2010 will be contested by sixteen teams from around the world when play gets underway at the new cricket ground at Horseshoe Point Resort on 7 April 2010.

The four day Pattaya Sixes (7 - 10 April) is organised by the Asian Cricket Sixes Tour, an organiser and promoter of cricket tournaments across the Asia Pacific region which also includes Hong Kong, Shanghai, Phuket, Singapore and New South Wales.

Cricket teams competing in the Pattaya Sixes will be flying in from India, Bangladesh, Australia, Malaysia, Kuwait and even Greece. Thai cricket will also be well represented by five teams including two from Pattaya CC.

"It's a fantastic turn out of teams for this inaugural Pattaya Sixes," said ACST Chairman Michael Maher. "Horseshoe Point is an incredible resort, Pattaya an exciting place to visit and we're really looking forward to a wonderful tournament which we expect to become one of our most popular events on the circuit."

The Sixes is supported by the newly formed Pattaya Cricket Club. Funds will be raised during the tournament and it's social functions to support junior cricket development in the area.

Former Australian Test player and one of the famous Chappell brothers, Trevor Chappell, will play and participate in the tournament.

The Pattaya International Cricket Sixes 2010 team list includes: Pattaya CC Stallions (Thailand), Pattaya CC Colts (Thailand), CBB Postels (International), Perth Postels (Australia), Ios Malakas (Greece), Narayangang Cricket Club (Bangladesh), Thai Spirits (Thailand), Falcon DNV (Kuwai), Asian All Stars (India), Custom Cockatoos (Australia), Pattaya Siam Lions (Thailand), Dhaka Club (Bangladesh), Bounty Buccaneers (Malaysia), Pune (India), Warathai's (Australia)  and Ali Baba Warriors (Thailand).

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