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Cricket Programs

Malaysian Cricket organizes many programs annually including courses for coaches, scorers and umpires. Our educators are experienced coaches and participants will obtain certificates. We also run Kids Sunday Cricket for children at Kinrara Oval on Sundays.
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Kinrara Oval

Kinrara Oval is the Home of Malaysian Cricket. Located in Bandar Kinrara, Puchong, our venue is easily accessed via the Puchong-Bukit Jalil highway and is three minutes walk from the BK5 LRT Station. Kinrara Oval is a full-fledged cricket stadium..
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Awards

Apart from having its own awards in appreciation of the contribution of individuals, groups and organizations in Malaysia, Malaysian Cricket Association has also garnered many awards, honours and achievements throughout the recent years.
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Organisation

Malaysian Cricket Association is the national governing body of Cricket in Malaysia. Our affiliates comprise 14 state cricket associations. Almost 150 cricket clubs that have registered with the association are our associates and work closely with us to run tournaments.
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Calendar of Events

1 DATE: SEP 17 – FEB 18 EVENT: STATE CA’S U19 INTER–CLUB STATE CIRCUIT CHAMPIONSHIP PARTICIPANTS: CLUBS / SCHOOLS – MANDATORY EVENT VENUE: ALL STATES 2 DATE: SEP 17 – MAR 18 EVENT: STATE CA’S SPORT EXCEL U16 INTER–CLUB STATE CIRCUIT CHAMPIONSHIP PARTICIPANTS: CLUBS / SCHOOLS – MANDATORY EVENT VENUE: ALL STATES 3 DATE: SEP […]

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Malaysia’s Mas Elysa breaks T20i world record

 Mas Elysa Yasmin Zulkifli set a world record in Twenty20 Cricket after claiming six wickets for three runs in Malaysia’s 6-wicket win over China...

Malaysia’s women seek to climb ICC ladder at Thailand T20 Smash

 The national women's team will play in the Thailand Women's Twenty20 Smash tournament in Bangkok this weekend looking to improve their ICC world ranking.The 10-team...

NATIONAL PLAYERS SYAHADAT, ASBY GET RMAF NOD FOR AUSTRALIAN MILITARY PROGRAMME

National cricket players Syahadat Ramli and Ahmad Asby Tan Aris left for Australia on Sunday for a four-month training attachment with Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).The Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) duo were selected for the physical training instructor (PTI) programme to enhance their military-related training capabilities.

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