• MALAYSIA VS HONG KONG T20i BI-LATERAL SERIES 2020
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Haris: Overseas exposure an invaluable experience for Malaysian cricketers
  • Malaysian Cricket Association Admin
  • 29/06/2020
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It is only right for any player hoping to make the grade as an international cricketer to undertake a rite of passage by spending at least a season playing overseas, says former national team captain Haris Abu Bakar.Haris spent one season Down Under playing cricket in his formative years before breaking into the national team, which he served as wicketkeeper and batsman for 15 years.That experience in 1977, when he was only 20 and with P. Banerji Nair for company, shaped Kuala Lumpur-born Harri[...]

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The meteoric ascent of captain David Talalla
  • Malaysian Cricket Association Admin
  • 23/06/2020
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David Talalla's first tournament appearance for Malaysia is remembered for more than just one reason - not only was he instantly made the national captain but also scored the team's only century.  Born in Malaysia but raised in Australia, Talalla's national team debut came at the age of 30 in the 1994 ICC Trophy in Nairobi, where he was immediately thrust into the role of captain following an injury to Harris Abu Bakar on the tournament's eve.It was the start of a whir[...]

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Ramesh Menon at the forefront of Malaysian cricket's golden age
  • Malaysian Cricket Association Admin
  • 17/06/2020
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The 1998 Commonwealth Games remains the biggest stage on which the national cricket team has played on and to lead the players out against Test-playing nations was a major honour for then-captain Ramesh Menon.Despite only making his first appearance for the national team at the age of 29, Ramesh capitalised on his years of experience playing cricket in India to quickly become the national team captain just over a year after his Malaysia debut.His four-year charge in leading the national team wa[...]

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National team return to training under strict guidelines
  • Malaysian Cricket Association Admin
  • 03/06/2020
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The national men's team returned to training at the Kinrara Oval on Monday while adhering to strict guidelines during the Conditional Movement Control Order period.This was made possible after the Youth and Sports Ministry last week gave the Malaysian Cricket Association (MCA) the green light to resume training activities, subject to following standard operating procedures (SOP).The training activities observe the SOP prepared by the Malaysian Cricket Association (MCA) and approved by the N[...]

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