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ACC Archived News - May 2006

2006 ACC U-15 CUP (ELITE DIV)
MALAYSIA v SINGAPORE



Malaysia overcame the weather and Singapore to score the U-15 Elite Cup’s first win.
2006 ACC U-15 CUP (ELITE DIV)
BAHRAIN v U.A.E.



Bahrain’s matches in the U-15 Elite Cup have been enthralling. Their tussle with the UAE had both teams sniffing victory at different stages over the two days.
2006 ACC U-15 CUP (ELITE DIV)
BAHRAIN v KUWAIT



The ACC U-15 Elite Cup got underway in Kuala Lumpur with a real "ding-dong battle" between Bahrain and Kuwait.
THE BIG INTERVIEW
IQBAL SIKANDER: DEVELOPING THE GAME



Mr. Iqbal Sikander, World Cup winner and ACC Development Officer finds time to talk to us in the middle of his hectic schedule. Developing the game is what he has specialized in and he looks forward to the future of the game.
TOURNAMENTS
ACC TROPHY 2006: DRAW



The draw to finalize the groupings for the ACC Trophy 2006 was held at the ACC Secretariat, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
MALAYSIA V SINGAPORE: MALAYSIA WIN A TIGHT ONE


In the opener of the ACC Premier League 2006, Malaysia was able to pull off a thrilling victory against Singapore.
AFGHANISTAN: UK LANDING FORCE


The Afghan national team have announced they will embark upon a momentous journey to the UK.
EAST MEETS WEST


Bangladeshi coach Shahidul Alam reports back from his summer post at Middlesex County Cricket Club.
THAILAND RISING


Petchabun, Khon Kaen and Chiang Mai: these are the regions where A.C.C. Development Officer, Roger Binny, spent seven gruelling days with Thailand’s budding cricketing enthusiasts.
GUNG HO IN GUANGZHOU


The fourth ACC coaching program held in China was another positive step forward in China's emergence into the world of cricket.
PHUKET CRICKET RECEIVES BOOST


This year’s Phuket Cricket Sixes, buoyed by their receipt of the “Best Spirit of Cricket Initiative” at the 2006 ICC Global Development Awards, have just completed their most rewarding tournament.
MALAYSIA FIRST AMONG ASSOCIATES


Malaysia will become the first Associate Member country to host the ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup when it stages the U-19 World Cup in February 2008.

“We are delighted to be able to spread our top junior cricket event around the emerging cricket world,” said ICC President Ehsan Mani.


 
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