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  • NCL crowned champions as they beat St Francis de Sales in Chiang Mai Sixes Cup Final

    7 April 2018

    Finals Day Report. It was like old times at the Chiang Mai Sixes as Bangladesh side NCL Dynamites won the Cup by beating Australian team St Francis de Sales by six wickets in the final. The two sides were clearly the best two combinations in the tournament but it was Mehedi Maruf who proved the difference. Having already hit 30 in the… Read more

    NCL crowned champions as they beat St Francis de Sales in Chiang Mai Sixes Cup Final
  • All set for Finals Day at 2018 Chiang Mai Sixes

    6 April 2018

    Day Six Report. The 2018 Chiang Mai Sixes is reaching its climax with six semi-finals and seven finals being played on Saturday 7th April. The sixth day saw the second round completed in the six men's competitions as UN Irish Pub and Kashmir Thunder joined NCL Dynamites and St Francis in the Cup semi-finals. Got the Runs and NCL Masters… Read more

    All set for Finals Day at 2018 Chiang Mai Sixes
  • Maruf is on fire as NCL Dynamites explode against Divine Felons

    5 April 2018

    Day Five Report. It was all happening on day five of the 2018 Chiang Mai Sixes as Mehedi Hasan Maruf lit up the tournament by hitting 32 from six balls. 664466 were the details from the first over bowled by Divine Felon's Mike Terrington and the NCL Dynamites continued their onslaught as Inzamam and Syed Mokammel also retired in a total… Read more

    Maruf is on fire as NCL Dynamites explode against Divine Felons
  • St Francis start their Cup campaign with impressive victory

    4 April 2018

    Day Four Report. The Gentlemen's Section of the 2018 Chiang Mai Sixes was completed on the fourth day's play as Darjeeling and Armadillos finished as the two highest ranked teams to join Clifton Hill Tom Cats, Lanna, Perth Postels and Roosters in the Bowl. The remaining 18 teams were divided into three competitions depending on their… Read more

    St Francis start their Cup campaign with impressive victory
  • Cup and Shield groups decided as second round begins today

    3 April 2018

    Day Three Report. The third day of the Chiang Mai Sixes is an important stage in the week long tournament because the four groups in the Players' Section have been completed so teams know if they have qualified for the Cup and the Shield. NCL Dynamites finished as the highest ranked team in the first round but they were given a fright by… Read more

    Cup and Shield groups decided as second round begins today
  • Thunder and Dynamites live up to their names

    2 April 2018

    Day Two Report. Some wonderful action was seen on the second day of the 2018 Chiang Mai Sixes and spectators needed to be at the ground early to see Kashmir Thunder overcome Clifton Hill Stray Cats in the first match of the day in a classic encounter. NCL Dynamites from Bangladesh gave an outstanding display as they scored 104 in five… Read more

    Thunder and Dynamites live up to their names
  • Chiang Mai Sixes gets under way in style

    1 April 2018

    Day One Report. The first day of the 2018 Chiang Mai Sixes saw some wonderful cricket as it was broadcast to the world on facebook and on the Sixes website. The Bangladesh boys were back after an absence of two years with two teams as the NCL Dynamites beat Margate and the NCL Masters lost to St Francis. Last year's champions Kashmir CC… Read more

    Chiang Mai Sixes gets under way in style
  • Ubaid lights up Chiang Mai Sixes with a brilliant display as Kashmir CC win the Cup

    9 April 2017

    The 30th Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes came to an end on Saturday with local side Kashmir CC winning the Cup by defeating Yorkshire Puddings by five wickets in the final but it was the majestic performances of left-handed opener Ubaid Ullah during the week that will be long remembered by all that watched him at the crease. In… Read more

    Ubaid lights up Chiang Mai Sixes with a brilliant display as Kashmir CC win the Cup
  • Sawasdee cricket comes of age

    5 March 2017

    The Sixes Sawasdee Cup was held for the 18th time on Sunday 5th March at Prem International School on the David Buck Oval as the ground has been renamed after David, previously a CMSCA coach and the man responsible for the creation of a beautiful cricket ground, passed away in 2016. David would have been a proud man as head groundsman… Read more

    Sawasdee cricket comes of age
  • Thailand Dream of a Place in the Women's World Cup

    3 February 2017

    Thailand’s women cricketers have enjoyed great success in 20-over competitions in recent seasons but they are about to embark on a great Sri Lankan adventure which will see them take part in the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier which will see ten countries compete for four places in the 50-over World Cup played in England in June and July… Read more

    Thailand Dream of a Place in the Women's World Cup
  • India light up Bangkok to win the Women's Asia Cup for the sixth time

    4 December 2016

    The Indian Women’s cricket team continued their dominance of the ACC Women’s Asia Cup that stretches back to 2004 by winning the competition for the sixth successive time without ever losing a match. They defeated Pakistan by 17 runs in the final played at Asian Institute of Technology in Bangkok as both sides contributed to an exciting… Read more

    India light up Bangkok to win the Women's Asia Cup for the sixth time
  • Thailand's Women Cricketers Wipe Away A Nation's Tears

    18 October 2016

    The Land of Smiles has been united in its grief following the death of their beloved King but the Thailand Women’s cricket team, who were playing in an international tournament in Hong Kong, did their best to bring the nation some comfort. . The very next morning, Thailand faced Nepal, knowing that one more win in the Women’s World Cup… Read more

    Thailand's Women Cricketers Wipe Away A Nation's Tears
  • UN Irish Reach Their Holy Grail

    11 April 2016

    The 29th San Miguel Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes ended on Saturday with five finals and the Awards Dinner. Local favourites UN Irish Pub ended a 19-year search for the Holy Grail as they finally won the Cup, while Stuffed Bearers celebrated their 10-year Anniversary in unexpected style by winning the Spoon. A mini tornado… Read more

    UN Irish Reach Their Holy Grail
  • Rick Davis, Legend of the Sixes

    31 March 2016

    A well known and popular figure at the Chiang Mai Sixes almost from the very start, Rick Davis passed away on 21st March 2016. Rick first came to the Sixes in 1989 as an umpire, then graduated to the commentary box, from where he showered both praise and derision on the players whenever he could make it to the tournament, as well as… Read more

    Rick Davis, Legend of the Sixes
  • San Miguel Thais win Ian McDougall Shield

    27 March 2016

    The fourth edition of the Ian McDougall Shield, arranged and sponsored by Sandy and Dean at UN Irish Pub in memory of their friend who had taken up a place in various UN Irish teams at the Sixes over the years, was won by San Miguel Thais but more importantly gave six local teams the chance to play some highly enjoyable cricket. The… Read more

    San Miguel Thais win Ian McDougall Shield
  • Friends from the Sixes say good bye to Mike McCune

    9 March 2016

    The funeral service for Mike McCune, deeply involved in the Chiang Mai Sixes for more than 15 years, was held at Wat Pra Paeng, a peaceful temple on the river not far from Gymkhana Club, on Tuesday 8th March after Mike had died on the previous Saturday. Three evenings of prayer were followed by the funeral at the same temple where Mike… Read more

    Friends from the Sixes say good bye to  Mike McCune
  • Sad news for the Sixes: Mike McCune has died

    6 March 2016

    The organizing committee of the Chiang Mai Sixes confirms the sad news that Mike McCune passed away on Saturday 5th March 2016. Mike was a long-standing and hard-working member of the committee who built and maintained the original Sixes website and also produced the magazine each year. He worked as Sixes IT director and introduced the… Read more

    Sad news for the Sixes: Mike McCune has died
  • Sahakorn Song School from Mae On win 17th Sawasdee Sixes Cup

    5 March 2016

    A Sawasdee cricket competition for local schools has been an integral part of the San Miguel Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes since 2000 and the 17th edition of the Sawasdee Sixes Cup was held at Prem International School on 5th March. Seven teams competed at two levels and it was Sahakorn Song School from Mae On who were overall… Read more

    Sahakorn Song School from Mae On win 17th Sawasdee Sixes Cup
  • Prem International School go on a successful tour to Mae On

    15 February 2016

    With the prestigious Chiang Mai Sixes Sawasdee Cup less than 3 weeks away Prem International School's softball cricket squad boarded their school minibuses to embark a tour to play schools who play cricket thanks to the long-standing CMSCA coaching program run by Martin and Puy Papworth. The tour party first stopped at Sahakorn II School… Read more

    Prem International School go on a successful tour to Mae On
  • Pattaya win 2016 Chiang Mai Big Bash

    14 February 2016

    The 2016 Chiang Mai Big Bash was contested at Gymkhana Club on 13th and 14th February and it was bigger and better than ever before as three visiting teams joined local sides Lanna and CMCC in a five-team eight player aside tournament. Not the MCC were welcome visitors from England and Patong were entertaining tourists from Phuket, but it… Read more

    Pattaya win 2016 Chiang Mai Big Bash
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