Thailand April 20, 2009

Camels enjoy Phuket triumph

Bahrain Apsara Camels were crowned champions after beating CBB Postels by 22 runs in the final of the sixth Phuket International Cricket Sixes at Karon Stadium

Bahrain Apsara Camels were crowned champions after beating CBB Postels by 22 runs in the final of the sixth Phuket International Cricket Sixes at Karon Stadium. Hong Kong's Long Dong Wongs won the Plate competition while the Custom Cockatoos from Australia lifted the Spoon.

Martin Williamson is executive editor of ESPNcricinfo and managing editor of ESPN Digital Media in Europe, the Middle East and Africa

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  • Dave Price on May 5, 2009, 18:28 GMT

    Well done the CCs. Thanks for the entertainment, and the Cap you gave me at The Pub. How come I missed out on the free wine though? Free sample would be appreciated. What about distribution in the UK? Thanks again from Dave at City Police.

  • Jason on April 22, 2009, 13:29 GMT

    More information on the spoon competition - The Custom Cockatoos from Adelaide, South Australia batted first in the Spoon final and made 3 for 89 off their 5 overs with Jason Kohlmorgen (22*) and Cohen Thamm (20*) being the top scorers. In reply the Bounty Spirits from Singapore could only make 3 for 60 off their 5 overs, with wickets to Jason Kohlmorgen, Heather Marshall and Kylie Tulloch, and 2 great catches to Cohen Thamm. Rachel Thamm was handy behind the stumps. Custom Cockatoos skipper Mark Thamm was delighted with his teams performance and described the final as a highlight in his cricket career.

  • Rachel Thamm on April 21, 2009, 14:49 GMT

    What a great tournament! It was the first time for the Custom Cockatoos and the team consisting of 4 girls and 3 boys came away with the Spoon trophy - big cheers from the crowd for the orange team!! Now that we know how the game is played, look out because we will be aiming for the plate at least next year. Anyone with an interest in cricket should get to one of the Asian Cricket Sixes tournaments for a great time. We also were promoting our wines and gave away heaps of free samples causing a stampede for the Custom Wines tent. The wines were very well received and we hope to have a distributor in Thailand very soon for all those who wanted to take home bottles! Well done to everyone involved!!! See you next year.

  • Dave Price on May 5, 2009, 18:28 GMT

    Well done the CCs. Thanks for the entertainment, and the Cap you gave me at The Pub. How come I missed out on the free wine though? Free sample would be appreciated. What about distribution in the UK? Thanks again from Dave at City Police.

  • Jason on April 22, 2009, 13:29 GMT

    More information on the spoon competition - The Custom Cockatoos from Adelaide, South Australia batted first in the Spoon final and made 3 for 89 off their 5 overs with Jason Kohlmorgen (22*) and Cohen Thamm (20*) being the top scorers. In reply the Bounty Spirits from Singapore could only make 3 for 60 off their 5 overs, with wickets to Jason Kohlmorgen, Heather Marshall and Kylie Tulloch, and 2 great catches to Cohen Thamm. Rachel Thamm was handy behind the stumps. Custom Cockatoos skipper Mark Thamm was delighted with his teams performance and described the final as a highlight in his cricket career.

  • Rachel Thamm on April 21, 2009, 14:49 GMT

    What a great tournament! It was the first time for the Custom Cockatoos and the team consisting of 4 girls and 3 boys came away with the Spoon trophy - big cheers from the crowd for the orange team!! Now that we know how the game is played, look out because we will be aiming for the plate at least next year. Anyone with an interest in cricket should get to one of the Asian Cricket Sixes tournaments for a great time. We also were promoting our wines and gave away heaps of free samples causing a stampede for the Custom Wines tent. The wines were very well received and we hope to have a distributor in Thailand very soon for all those who wanted to take home bottles! Well done to everyone involved!!! See you next year.

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  • Rachel Thamm on April 21, 2009, 14:49 GMT

    What a great tournament! It was the first time for the Custom Cockatoos and the team consisting of 4 girls and 3 boys came away with the Spoon trophy - big cheers from the crowd for the orange team!! Now that we know how the game is played, look out because we will be aiming for the plate at least next year. Anyone with an interest in cricket should get to one of the Asian Cricket Sixes tournaments for a great time. We also were promoting our wines and gave away heaps of free samples causing a stampede for the Custom Wines tent. The wines were very well received and we hope to have a distributor in Thailand very soon for all those who wanted to take home bottles! Well done to everyone involved!!! See you next year.

  • Jason on April 22, 2009, 13:29 GMT

    More information on the spoon competition - The Custom Cockatoos from Adelaide, South Australia batted first in the Spoon final and made 3 for 89 off their 5 overs with Jason Kohlmorgen (22*) and Cohen Thamm (20*) being the top scorers. In reply the Bounty Spirits from Singapore could only make 3 for 60 off their 5 overs, with wickets to Jason Kohlmorgen, Heather Marshall and Kylie Tulloch, and 2 great catches to Cohen Thamm. Rachel Thamm was handy behind the stumps. Custom Cockatoos skipper Mark Thamm was delighted with his teams performance and described the final as a highlight in his cricket career.

  • Dave Price on May 5, 2009, 18:28 GMT

    Well done the CCs. Thanks for the entertainment, and the Cap you gave me at The Pub. How come I missed out on the free wine though? Free sample would be appreciated. What about distribution in the UK? Thanks again from Dave at City Police.