Donations to CMSCA and Hill Tribe Fund have come in the form of money and in providing much needed junior equipment. In 2013 Tokyo Dingbats donated three portable bowling machines and the junior cricketers are often seen proudly wearing the shirts and other clothing given them by various teams.
The Sixes Committee has also provided funding for two major infrastructure projects in recent years which has allowed CMSCA to build a one lane net facility at Muangkwak School in Lamphun which was first used in 2012 and then a triple net at the High School in Mae On. The Muangkwak net has played a major part in developing the talent that has seen Lamphun Province take junior cricket by storm and the new nets in Mae On will help produce a Mae On team to play in forthcoming junior leagues.
The Sixes also generously paid for a new artificial surface at Gymkhana Club which has allowed for an extra grass pitch to be prepared so youngsters get a chance to play on the artificial on Sunday mornings before the adult matches. The redevelopment of the Gymkhana nets in 2010 has also proved an important as local juniors can practise at the weekends and after school.
Supporters & Benefactors
Too many to name individually, but all the teams who have taken part in the Chiang Mai Sixes and to all those who help run the tournament each year; to Suzie from Bankstown in Sydney, Vaughan McClear of the Southerners, Gary Chatfield of Siam CC (The Parrots), to Wally Pohl, Bob Phillips, Cat Maher and Reds Liddell of CBBs and Mike Green of the Floggers & Robbers, and all involved with Chiang Mai Lanna CC who all have contributed so much to junior cricket or the Hill Tribe Fund.
All involved in Junior Cricket, CMSCA and Hill Tribe Fund would like to thank all players and supporters of the Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes for their continued and much valued support.