Thursday, June 2, 2016
2015. Build Up
Thailand International Cricket Sixes Unveil
New Tournament Hotel Partnership
With the 2015 Thailand International Cricket Sixes just a few weeks away, the ACST is proud to announce a deal with the Windsor Suites and Hotel.
All teams and officials will be staying at the four star residence on Soi 20 in Bangkok’s Asoke district. This follows a seven year connection with the Chaophya Park Hotel.
ACST Chairman, Michael ‘Cat’ Maher is delighted with the link up. “The Chaophya Park Hotel served us very well for seven years, but following a change in management we have decided to look to broaden our horizons and offer everyone what we consider to be a top class hotel in a location which emphasises the tournament ethos of Quality Time.”
The event at the Harrow International School, run in conjunction with the Southerners club of Bangkok, takes place between Friday 23rd and Sunday 25th of October. Participants will be converging from across the continent as well as Australia and the UK to see who will lift the honours. The reigning Cup winners Lanka Masters will be there to try and defend their title.
Places are still available by contacting Mr Maher at email@example.com or by calling +61 407 385 481.
One Week to go to the
Thailand International Cricket Sixes
The 8th staging of the Asian Cricket Sixes Tour (ACST) Thailand International Cricket Sixes kicks off next Friday (23rd October)
The tournament will be once again played at the majestic Harrow International School, in conjunction with host local club, the Southerners. The event will once again see participants flock to the Thai capital from places far and wide for their annual pilgrimage.
Up to fourteen teams will compete in the event which will be held over three days, with the Finals taking place on Sunday 25th October.
Participants will converge from China, Sri Lanka, Singapore, India, Australia, Hong Kong, Nepal and England to meet up with the locally based teams and officials to see who will take the 2015 honours.
In 2014 it was the Lankan Masters who lifted the premier Cup competition, ending the Lanka Lions five year spell as champions. The Masters are returning to defend their crown. Last year’s other accolades went to Hong Kong Challengers United in the Bowl and Beer Battered Seadogs in the Plate.
ACST Chairman, Michael ‘Cat’ Maher, is eagerly anticipating the event. “I’m sure that once again we’ll see a fantastic three days of cricket with many friendships being made. It’s great to welcome some new teams coming along, as well as a fantastic new partner hotel at the Windsor Suites, who we can’t thank enough for their assistance.”
2015 Tournament Guides