After last week’s washout of the Elite League Game. This weekend has a full busy three day weekend for DLSWCC Teams during the Mid-Autumn Festival
DLSWCC’s Premier League and the Women League teams will start their season this weekend. And the Championship League Team DLSW Sarjan will play their first game as well (second fixture following the washout last weekend). The Junior Teams in the U11, U13 and U17 Leagues will also start their season this weekend. Preview for the c
Shanzeen Shahzad, Captain of Diasqua Little Sai Wan’s Wasps team was name HKCA Female Cricketer of the Year at the HKCA Annual Awards Dinner. She also won the Women’s League Best Batter and Best Bowler Trophies. Shanzeen scored an incredible 211 in a Women League game and 114 in a Twenty20 game for a total of 591 runs for the Wasps in the season. On top of this taking 26 wickets in the season made her the top Bowler in HK Domestic Women’s Cricket. Ehsan Khan was named Premier
In the Christmas and Boxing day 2-Day Premier League fixture, which doubles as the Quaid –I-Azam Trophy Match, DLSW Prism drew Pakistan Association as PACC’s managed to hold on the their innings at the end of play on Day 2.
DLSW won the toss and decided to bat first. They did not have the best start as their opening pair Anas Khan and Mohammad Hasseb were dismissed early on. Their replacements Waqas Khan (56) and Babar Hayat (58) provided some solid runs to help lift the t
Diasqua Little Sai Wan Cricket Club pulled off a thrilling win at Mission Road and claimed the Premier League Final against Kowloon Cricket Club Karp. Similar to the league match between these two sides, the game had the possibility to go either way until the last ball was bowled. Kowloon Cricket Club won the Toss and batted first, both these side had a strong bowling lineup and KCC wanted to put early pressure on DLSW Prism. The KCC bowlers succeeded with the plans and had b
DLSW Prism had a convincing win against Pakistan Association in the Premier League. DLSW Wasps also beat Pakistan Association’s Women’s Side with another 5 wicket haul for Shanzeen. DLSW Sarjan registered their first win of the season last weekend. Here are the match reports for last weekend’s matches DLSWCC Prism v. PACC It was an one-side result at Mission Road on 18th October 2015, where DLSWCC Prism thrashed PACC by seven wickets. PACC won the toss and elected to bat firs
It was a tension filled weekend for LSWCC teams last weekend with lot of games being hard faught. On Sunday Oct 11th 2015 at Kowloon Cricket Club, DLSWCC Prism took on KCC KARP in a top of the table clash. There was an exciting finish at Kowloon Cricket Club where DLSWCC Prism stunned hosts KCC KARP by one wicket in a match reduced to 48-overs per side affair after a late start. After winning the toss KCC KARP elected to bat first but they might have regretted that decision a
DLSW Wasps took on the HKCC Cavaliers on 1st October and were put into the bat at Po Kwong Village Road Reservoir Ground, after losing the toss. However this week the batsman couldn’t dominate as in previous weeks, the HKCC Bowlers kept taking regular wickets and the Wasps struggled to score runs in the 20 overs. The Wasps team scored 84 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in the allocated 20 overs, the Positive from the batting was that they managed to do is bat out the 20 overs
DLSW Wasps won the Toss at PKVR Reservoir and decided to Bat against new comers USRC, and they did not make another wrong move the entire match. The openers Shanzeen and Manpreet helped themselves to score off the newcomers’ bowling and batted through the 20 overs without losing a wicket. Shanzhen smashed her hundred and was unbeaten on 114, while Manpreet was not out on 61. DLSW posted 206 runs in their 20 runs. USRC lasted 13.4 overs for 51 runs. Manpreet, Shanzeen, Jaswind
Diasqua Little Sai Wan Cricket Club has 8 teams taking the field over the long Mid-Autumn Festival Weekend, the big match: DLSWCC Premier League team, Prism, taking on the Independents. DLSW Prism are looking to continue their good work against Independents who had put on a good fight against HKCC the previously weekend. Captain Moner Dar found his form with the bat hopes the openers will once again build a strong base so the middle order can launch an all attack on the Indep
Match Report – Diasqua Little Sai Wan Prism beat Hong Kong Cricket Club by 123 runs
Diasqua Little Sai Wan Prism got their 2015-16 One-Day Premier League campaign off to a flying start with a 123-run victory over defending champions Hong Kong Cricket Club at HKCC on Sunday thanks to some power hitting from their middle-order batsmen.
Batting first after winning the toss, the HKCC team made most of the early running with wickets to Simon Cook, Tim Cutler and Harry Bailey r