Last Sunday saw the final of the WDCV T20 tournament with an enthralling game between Bonn Blues CC and Köln CC in front of a large crowd, which saw Köln take the title in a thrilling super over after a tied game.
Following the game, the WDCV honoured the best players and teams in the region with a prize-giving ceremony. Weiterlesen
On a perfect day for cricket at the Havelländischer CC Werder cricket ground in Bliesendorf, Werder/Havel, SKG Walldorf scored a 154 run victory over the host club HCCW and thus put their name on the trophy for the second time, having reached the final on three occasions in the last three years. This was the first time after only a decade of existence that HCCW had reached a German final – a notable achievement. The scores: Walldorf 282 for 7 off 50 overs, HCCW 128 all out in 34.4 overs.
Before the game got underway there were introductions and a presentations from the Werder/Havel Burgermeisterin, Frau Saß, who wished both teams a good game. Weiterlesen
The Women’s European T20 Tournament took place in Jersey this year and our ladies were pumped, well prepared and ready for the challenge. On the way to Jersey, last years runners up played 2 friendlies against a Dutch club selection in Deventer. The first match was won by Germany. Batting first, the ladies scored an impressive 150 that proved too much to chase for the Dutch team, due to the tight bowling attack of Germany. The second game was not as easy. The Dutch team posted 199 on the board including a century from one of the national players Heather Siegers. Faltering under pressure the German ladies managed to bat out the 20 overs but only scored 99. Having learned a lot from that game and discussing the details, the ladies were on their way to Jersey. Weiterlesen
Im Rahmen des sozialen Engagements des AEGs finden regelmäßig Besuche in Kattappana in Kerala (Indien) statt. Über ein Seminarfach, das sich mit dem Thema Indien beschäftigt hinausgehend, werden jährlich so genannte Indientage an der Schule durchgeführt, um den Schülerinnen und Schülern die kulturelle Vielfalt des Landes näherzubringen.
Einen Schwerpunkt dieser Tage bildet vor allem der Sport. Konkreter bedeutet dies, innerhalb von zwei Tagen wurden allen teilnehmenden Schülerinnen und Schülern des neunten Jahrgangs die Sportart Cricket vorgestellt. Zum wiederholten Male stellte uns der Deutsche Cricket Bund einen Experten zur Seite, der gemeinsam mit zwei Sportlehrern der Schule ein hervorragendes Einstiegsprogramm bot. Weiterlesen
The women of Cologne International Cricket Club (CICC) travelled to Damshagen on the Baltic coast at the weekend to play the final and decisive T20 matches for the DCB Kajnok Bundesliga title 2015.
CICC arrived with a lead of 15 points but with 8 points for a win plus a potential of 6 bonus points per match, everything was still possible for Damshagen. Weiterlesen
This year’s DCB Wintech Bundesliga reaches ist climax in Werder (Havel) on Sunday 30th August with the final match between the hosts Havelländischer Cricket Club Werder and last year’s losing finalists SKG Walldorf (Hessen). The games starts at 11am.
If HCCW win the title it will be a new name on the honours board but it will not be a new experience for the majority of their players who moved from the disbanded DSSC at the end of last season. DSSC had won last year’s Bundesliga after beating SKG Walldorf in Frankfurt. This year, HCCW beat Köln CC in a rain affected semi-final to reach the final.
For Walldorf, it is their third final in succession after winning the title in 2013 against THCC Rot-Gelb Hamburg, and then losing to DSSC last year. This year they beat Stuttgart Cricket Verein by 8 wickets in the semi-final.
It promises to be a great game of cricket between two teams who have proven over the last three years to be the best teams in the country.
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Germany’s Under 19 team returned triumphant from the European U19 tournament that was held in Belgium last week after taking the trophy with a close final day win against France.
Following a successful training camp in Bremen and four victories out of four against a touring team from Berkshire (UK), our 16 man squad travelled to Antwerp with the target of winning the European U19 tournament for the first time after three near misses in succession.
On the first day, Germany started with a convincing 7 wicket win against Belgium at Antwerp Cricket Club. Bowling first, early wickets for Vishal Malik and Cedric Hille put the Belgians under pressure before left arm spinner Tony Verma took control with an excellent 5-33 leaving the Belgians all out for 147. We also lost early wickets but Dhushant Kumar (43 not out) and Hakim Sayeed Karimi (44 not out) put on an unbeaten century partnership to see Germany home with 17 overs to spare. Weiterlesen