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10 NEW DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS TO DEVELOP CRICKET AT THE GRASS ROOTS LEVEL
  • Malaysian Cricket Association Admin
  • 06/01/2021
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As the beneficiary of Yayasan Sime Darby’s sponsorship, collaborating on the same aim of developing the Cricket Adiwira Programme & the Women’s Development Programme, Malaysia Cricket Association has signed on 10 development officers   whose primary task is to promote the cricket programme in 458 schools at 16 locations nationwide and eventually grow the entry-level Cricket Adiwira programme to a wider reach of schools in all the respective states including Labuan and [...]

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Game Changer - MYR 4.6 Million For Malaysian Cricket To Develop Cricket Adiwira & The Women Development Programme
  • Malaysian Cricket Association Admin
  • 23/12/2020
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Malaysian Cricket is honoured to announce its collaboration with Yayasan Sime Darby (YSD), as a recipient of MYR 4.6 million (app USD$1.12 million) under the YSD sponsorship programme for the development of cricket at the grassroots.The sponsorship is aimed at developing the Cricket Adiwira Programme and the Women’s Development Programme. As the beneficiary of YSD’s sponsorship, Malaysian Cricket edges closer towards its vision - “To be a major sport in Malaysia”.Through[...]

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Banerji's deadly spinners once silenced a crowd
  • Malaysian Cricket Association Admin
  • 06/12/2020
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Mesmerising batsmen with his deadly spinners and punishing bowlers with the bat, P. Banerji Nair ranks highly among the greatest cricket all-rounders ever produced by Malaysia.His 20 years of service for the national team beginning from 1974 encompassed four ICC Trophy campaigns, 16 Saudara Cup battles against Singapore as well as Tuanku Jaafar Cup and Interport matches for a total of 48 international appearances.The youngest in a family of five, Banerji was introduced to the game by his older [...]

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Malaysian cricket mourns the passing of JCC president Dr Harjit
  • Malaysian Cricket Association Admin
  • 19/10/2020
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Malaysian cricket lost a long-serving and dedicated official with the passing of Johor Cricket Council (JCC) president Dato Dr Harjit Singh on Monday. He was 70.A lifelong cricketer, Dr Harjit's contribution to the sport was immense from playing cricket for club, state and country to serving as an official in various capacities at state and national level.Dr Harjit was recognised and awarded the Johor Sports Leadership Award in 1989, 1995 and 2007. In appreciation of his services to cricket[...]

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