- No fixture scheduled
The ICC European Division One Championship gets underway on July 8 in Sussex with the prize for the finalists being a trip to the UAE for the World Twenty20 Qualifier in November
Off-the-field problems and a desire to complete the league season before the ICC Division 4 Championship in Cyprus resulted in a changed format and a smaller number of teams in the Open League competition in 2009
- Big prize on offer for European sides
- A review of the Austrian season
- Cyprus edge Euro Division 4
- Pakistan CC complete Austrian double
Cyprus have won the European Division 4 Championship on net run rate from Switzerland and Austria in Happy Valley
While the Austrian Cricket Association has had a difficult year off the field, on it the competition has been stronger than ever.
Concordia CC will meet Five Continents CC in the final of the Open League of Saturday 6th September, at Markommannenstrasse, having overcome Vienna Cricket Club, with Five Continents taking their place in the final after victory against Lords CC
The draw for the semi-finals of the Austrian Open League has been finalised.
A resounding 126 run victory for Lords Cricket Club against Vienna Cricket Club enabled them to temporarily dislodge Concordia CC at the top of the Open League, although Concordia do now have a game in hand over Lords
Five Continents took a step closer to reaching the semi-finals of the Open League at the weekend with a seven wicket win against Ljubljana CC at Markommannenstrasse on Saturday, their win putting them ahead 14 points ahead of United Nations CC, who
Latschach was the venue on 12th-13th July 2003 for the first CC Velden 91 International six-a-side cricket tournament
Gary Palmer, the Austrian National Team coach was once again in Vienna for a visit ahead of the ECC Notts Sport® Trophy, which is taking place in the Vienna area - at Vienna CC's Seebarn Cricket Grounds, and at Concordia CC's newly-opened
There was a surprise visit this week from former Sri Lankan Test Captain Hashan Tillakaratne
The official site of the forthcoming ECC Notts Sport® Trophy has gone live at http://ecct2003.austrian-cricket.info/
A summary of how the Open League is likely to pan out in 2003.
The Austrian National Team Squad for the forthcoming ECC Notts Sport® Trophy has been selected.
The Crusaders showed the Austrian Cricket Association little mercy as they punished the ACA attack with a glorious exhibition of strokeplay
The Crusaders, led by Swan Richards, left off where they had finished their 2001 tour to Europe - with a convincing win against Vienna CC in glorious conditions in Seebarn
This week promises to be one of the most cosmopolitan and busy in Austrian cricketing history, with guests from Australia, India, Germany and Slovakia due to make appearances, representing the full spectrum of the cricketing family - from clubs from
Gary Palmer, who has been Austria's coach since 2001, was in Vienna again last weekend, helping to put the training squad, from whom the squad for the 2003 ECC Notts Sport® Trophy will be selected, through their paces
Mammoth cricketing weekend in store for Austria, with the official opening of Concordia CC's ground, visits from teams from Slovakia, Germany, India and Australia.
EDP's umpiring representative visits Vienna.
Concordia CC's youth team is to take on a Slovak team, in what will be the first ever match by a Slovak team in Austria on May 24th
European Spirit of Cricket weekend saw a return to action for many clubs after the winter break, with many playing their first competitive matches, with the first matches being played in the ACA Open League and the ACA Trophy, as well as assorted
Pakistan CC's new website goes live
News of two club festivals to be held in Austria.
Pakistan United CC, Austria's newest club have made a rapid impact in Austrian cricket, having to date played two games, losing their first game against Concordia CC by 27 runs before winning against the reestablished Sri Lankan CC
The former Australia quick shows Shibani Dandekar his pub in Port Elliott
Most runs, most wickets, and a whole lot more
From Alec Stewart's famous double to a Brian Lara classic against Australia, we look back at some of Bridgetown's finest moments
Schedule of upcoming international games