K2 CCC defeated Pudong CC to win the 2018 SCC League Division 1 championship.
China Zalmi completed an undefeated season, besting the Bashers in the Division 2 final in an exciting game that came down to the last over.
The Dulwich Knights repeated as the SCC League Division 3 Champions, defeating the Bashers CC in the final.
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. Continue reading “Asian Tiger Tennis Ball Sixes”
Shanghai Cricket Club Captain Mitesh Desai announced a 13-man squad for the upcoming China Cup match with Beijing Cricket Club at Wellington College on June 10.
|Samuel Kett||Zhang Yufei|
|Adrian Russell||Govind Raj|
|Akeem Akram||Deepak Nautiyal|
|Dayne Wotton||Adam Hopkins|
|Waqar Khattak||Shreyas Achrekar|
|Vaibhav Krishnan||Julian Wilson|
The match will be the 13th time Shanghai and Beijing have played for the cup; Beijing holds both the advantage in victories at 9-4 as well as the cup, having won it in 2017 in Beijing. Continue reading “SCC Dragons Announced for China Cup Match”
The SCC Dragons team has been announced for the upcoming friendly with Hangzhou CC. The match will be played on Saturday, May 27 at the China Academy of Art in Hangzhou.
|Samuel Kett||Adam Hopkins|
|Zhang Yufei||Vaibhav Krishna|
|Govind Raj||Julian Wilson|
|Anti Kawatra||Sikander Ali|
|Akeem Akram||Awais Gulzar|
|Deepak Nautiyal||Dayne Wotton|
Daredevils B defeated Pudong Power to take home the 2017 SCC Twenty20 Tournament Championship.
The Dulwich Knights defeated Pudong CC on Sunday to win the 2017 SCC League Division 3. This is a return to form for Dulwich, who returned to to D3 after losing in the D2 finals in 2016.
The Daredevils defeated Pudong CC on Sunday to claim the 2017 SCC League Division 1 Championship. It is the club’s fifth title since the founding of the league in 2004.
Hangzhou CC defeated the Bashers on Sunday to win their first Division 2 Championship.
Hangzhou won the toss and elected to bat, posting an impressive 100 runs from the first 11 overs of the match on their way to a strong score of 223 from their 30 overs. In the chase, the Bashers fought valiantly, but ultimately came up short. Continue reading “Hangzhou CC Win D2 Title”