Vienna CC – 256/10 (39.3 Overs)
Sri Lanka CC – 110/10 (26.2 Overs)
Vienna CC won by 146 runs.
Vienna CC – 270/5 (40 Overs)
Ljubljana CC – 160/10 (29.3 Overs)
Vienna CC won by 110 runs.
Ljubljana CC – 270/4 (20 Overs)
Vienna CC – 160/10 (18 Overs)
Ljubljana CC won by 110 runs.
Vienna CC – 159/4 (20 Overs)
Ljubljana CC – 151/10 (19.2 Overs)
Vienna CC won by 8 runs.
PAK Riders CC – 180/4 (20 Overs)
Vienna CC – 162/5 (20 Overs)
PAK Riders CC won by 18 runs.
Thanks to Yoshan Moodley for compèring last night’s End of Season dinner and awards ceremony. The winners are as follows:
Wolfgang Tesar Medal – Player of the Year Award:
(runner-up) Abdullah Akbar
Kerry Tattersall Medal – Man of the Year Award:
shared by Daniel Ali and Abdullah Akbar
Benji Loader Golden Box award:
Venkat Musku (defended).
A new wicket will be laid at Seebarn, home of Vienna Cricket Club, Austria’s oldest cricket club, and Austria’s oldest dedicated cricket ground before the start of the 2014 season. Continue reading “New pitch to be laid in Seebarn”
The playing schedule for the 2014 VCC Wintercup in association with T20 International has been confirmed.
2014 Wintercup fixtures
Continue reading “Schedule confirmed for 2014 VCC Wintercup”
Wisden is publishing a new book in March 2014 called “Elk stopped play and other tales from Wisden’s ‘Cricket Round the World'”, which commemorates 20 years of the Cricket Round the World feature. Cricket in Austria is acknowledged in the introduction, and the 1998 Almanack entry for Austria is reprinted – highlighting Seebarn and Velden’s grounds. Also there is a mention of VCC’s participation in the European Club Championship back in 1993 as part of the feature on Cricket in Italy. A review of the book will soon be appearing on a cricket website near you.
Vienna CC’s regular indoor training at Dominik Hofmann Halle is cancelled for tomorrow (8 February 2014) due to another sports event taking place in the hall.
The date for the AGM of the Austrian Cricket Association has been set for Saturday 1 March 2014, from 11:00-15:00. The meeting will be held at in the 2nd floor of the Sportgymnasium, Rochusgasse 3-5, A-1030 Vienna. The club will be represented at the meeting, which is important with regard to many issues surrounding cricket in Austria.
Vienna CC trio, Wolfgang Tesar, Andrew Simpson-Parker and Neil Foster-McGregor have been named in the T20 International Hall of Fame in recognition of their work in furthering cricket in Austria over many years.
Full article: http://www.t20international.org/t20-international-hall-of-fame-the-vienna-cc-trio/