The matches in this year’s women’s international T20 tournament in Berlin have been announced, with Germany set to play European neighbours France in their first competition game on August 6.
The German side will follow up against Gibraltar with their second game of the competition on the same afternoon.
Germany will also play twice on August 7: in the morning against Italy and in the afternoon against Belgium on the Maifeld ground in Berlin. The German team will have easier days on August 8 and 9 of the tournament, with just one game each day.
For the full draw of the tournament, please click here - entry to the Maifeld ground is free on all days. So, put the dates in the diary and make sure you are there!
Die Cricketentwicklung in Deutschland hat deutlich an Fahrt aufgenommen. Neben Jugendligen in verschiedenen Alterstufen wurde 2014 in Norddeutschland auch zum ersten Mal eine Frauenliga ausgespielt.
Während bei der allerersten NDCV-Frauen-Hallenmeisterschaft Anfang März 2014 lediglich zwei Clubs den Titel unter sich ausmachten, rangen in der Sommersaison bereits vier Clubs um den Titel: die SG Findorff-Bremen, der THCC Rot-Gelb Hamburg, der SV Damshagen, und eine Spielgemeinschaft des HC Hannover und des Cricket Teams der Uni Göttingen, kurz SGHGö. Weiterlesen
Cricketers and budding coaches in North Rhine-Westphalia will soon get a chance to learn the basics of coaching cricket with an instructional course on Saturday July 26th, due to be held in Cologne.
Tutor for the event, co-organized by the DCB and ASV Köln, will be the experienced coach Mike Kwan from Munich. Weiterlesen
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Have you ever wondered how to start a new cricket club? Or wanted to know what opportunities are available to talented junior or women players in your region to develop? Or maybe you’ve even thought about qualifying yourself as a coach or umpire?
Your first stop in answering these queries should be the Deutscher Cricket Bund (DCB), Germany’s national governing body for cricket. For all of these questions there is the right DCB representative, waiting to help you achieve your goals.
With the income from the membership payments provided by cricket clubs in Germany, and the financial assistance of the International Cricket Council, the DCB is able to offer unique opportunities, advice and – in certain circumstances – financial assistance to clubs and players wanting to do something for cricket in their part of Germany.
For more information on what you are entitled to as a member of the DCB have a look at “What does the DCB offer its members?” A list of the relevant DCB contacts is included at the end of the document.
(Photo copyright: Andrew Schou)
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With increasing commitment from Berlin’s cricket clubs, cricket appears to be developing fast in schools in the capital. This weekend the city’s regional authority, the Berliner Cricket Komitee, was able to hold it’s first ever youth league games on the city’s Maifeld pitch.
Building on progress made at the junior cricket camp held in April, sponsored by T20 International, a total of three teams took part in the inaugural under 11 league matches. Weiterlesen