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”
The Shanghai CC Dragons faced Hong Kong CC in the 150th anniversary Interport cricket match between the two clubs on Saturday, 10 December 2016, to play of the Bokhara Bell Memorial Trophy.
The game offered the rare opportunity for the tourists to play on a turf wicket. Dragons captain Kevin Wright called number as opposed to Bauhinia and elected to bat, SCC openers Wooton and Kett took to the field for under a blue sky and much warmer temperature than a Decembers day in Shanghai. Continue reading “150th Anniversary SCC-HKCC Interport Match”
The DPR Hot Dogs defeated K2 CCC to claim the 2016 SCC League Division 1 title on Sunday. It is the club’s sixth title since the league was founded in 2004.
Pudong CC completed their improbable late season run by winning the SCC League Division 3 Championship over the Daredevils on Sunday.
Daredevils B defeated Hot Dogs A to take home the 2016 SCC Twenty20 Tournament Championship.
The Leopards defeated the Dulwich Knights on Sunday to win their third Division 2 Championship.
Dulwich won the toss and elected to bowl. The Leopards posted 148 for 10, with Biplav Pokhrel chipping in a handy half century. Nathan Sasson was the pick of the Dulwich bowlers, picking up four wickets in his six overs of work. Continue reading “Leopards Win Third Division 2 Crown”
Club Captain Dayne Wotton announced yesterday the Dragons side that will take on Kowloon Cricket Club on Saturday, August 27 at Wellington College.
Despite some changes from the team that convincingly beat Beijing earlier this season, Wotton pointed out that the core remains the same and he is certain the chosen 11 players will be up for the challenge come Saturday. Continue reading “Dragons Side Set for KCC Interport Match”
SCC to Tour Japan for Series with Japan Men’s National Team
The Shanghai Cricket Club will travel to Japan on October 29 and 30 to play three Twenty20 matches against the Japan men’s national team.
The games will be a warmup for Japan, who will be competing in the East Asia Cup the following weekend. The matches between Japan and the SCC will be played at the Sano International Stadium, which has recently been developed into Japan’s first official cricket stadium. The East Asia Cup is also being held in Sano, and will feature Japan, Hong Kong, China and Korea. Continue reading “2016 Tour of Japan”