• MALAYSIAN T10 BASH 2020
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Smashing return of cricket at Malaysian T10 Bash
  • Malaysian Cricket Association Admin
  • 07/08/2020
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There were runs galore at the Kinrara Oval on Friday to herald competitive cricket's return after a five-month hiatus due to the global Covid-19 pandemic when the inaugural Malaysian T10 Bash got underway.National batsmen Anwar Arudin and Ahmad Faiz Mohammed Noor lived up to their team's name by smashing sixes and fours in a half-century partnership to lead Central Smashers to an eight-wicket win over Western Warriors with four balls to spare.The bowlers had their day in the sun as well[...]

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Penang Free School is state's cricket centre of excellence
  • Malaysian Cricket Association Admin
  • 07/08/2020
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Penang Free School (PFS) has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Malaysian Cricket Association (MCA) to establish a Cricket Centre of Excellence in the state on Thursday.This historic occasion was witnessed by MCA deputy president Mohammed Iqbal Ali, chief operating officer Dinesh Muthuraman and selection panel chairman Vijayalingam as well as Penang Cricket Association president Yogan Raj Thever and secretary Devva Kumar. Also in attendance were PFS principal Omar Abdul Rashid, Penan[...]

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Players welcome return of cricket with Malaysian T10 Bash
  • Malaysian Cricket Association Admin
  • 04/08/2020
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After a five-month hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Malaysian cricket makes its long-awaited return to competition with the Malaysian T10 Bash on Aug 7-9 at the Kinrara Oval, which has whetted the appetite of players and fans alike.The England-West Indies Test series in July saw international cricket resume successfully under restrictive guidelines and the Malaysian Cricket Association (MCA) has sought to bring the sport back to life on local shores with the three-day T10 Bash following the[...]

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Elsa Hunter selected again for New South Wales Academy 2020/2021
  • Malaysian Cricket Association Admin
  • 28/07/2020
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Young Malaysian female cricketer is making her mark in Australia. Elsa Hunter who is now 15 years old first played International cricket for her birth country, (Kuala Lumpur) Malaysia when she was 13 years old. Elsa who now resides and studies in Western Sydney , Australia has been selected in the New South Wales (Australia) cricket academy over the last 3 years and has again been selected in the NSW U16 Academy for 2020/2021.She is also on the short list as a reserve for the NSW U19 [...]

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