Asian Tiger Tennis Ball Sixes

The Shanghai Cricket Club is pleased to invite teams to register for the upcoming Asian Tiger Tennis ball Sixes, to be held on November 17 and 18, 2018 at the SCSC in Shanghai.

The tournament will be played on a grass field with Artengo TB 530 tennis balls. The playing strip will be of 20 yard measurement.

What you get
Teams entered for the Shanghai Cricket Sixes can register up to 8 or 10 players. Additional team supporters are always welcome at the Sixes! A team entry fee is payable once your team has been given a tournament slot. The entry fee covers:
• 1 x cricket hat per player
• 1 x cricket shirt per player
• your team tent with tables and chairs on the boundary at the cricket ground
• a week’s six-a-side cricket including a minimum of 3 matches per team (more if you make the semi-finals or finals)

Tournament format
The Shanghai Tennis Ball Sixes will consist of 24 teams into 8 groups. Each team will get 4 games to play before the knockout phase. The exact tournament format depends on the final number of teams entered. In general, play occurs in four phases: round one, round two, and semi-finals and finals. In round one, teams play round-robin matches in their assigned group; results in each group determine the group placement in round two. In round two, teams again play in a round-robin format with the winners and runners-up proceeding to the semi-finals. The semi-finals and finals are played on a knockout basis.

This page is intended only to give an overall feel for the Tournament. For more detailed information or queries on team entry for the Shanghai Cricket Sixes (SCS) contact: sixes@shanghaicricket.com.

Awards
Cash 2500 RMB + Trophy – Winner
Cash 1500 RMB – Runners up
Cash / Card – Best Batsman, Best Bowler, Best Fielder, MVP

Rules:
A detail rules will be communicated to all participate team two weeks before the tournament start.

Registration Form
Download the registration form to enter a team

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2 comments

  1. Hi please can i get some info the sixes tournament, how many overs in each match etc. We are looking to enter a team made up mainly of kids who have been playing with dulwich plus a couple of others.

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