The Affiliates have to work the hardest, for the least amount of money, to keep the game alive in their countries. Their stories are also the most heartwarming
The winners of the ICC's Development Programme annual awards have been announced
Papua New Guinea continued their dominance in Apia with another convincing win to take the World Cricket League section of the East Asia Pacific (EAP) Trophy.
Papua New Guinea are the East Asia-Pacific Under-19 champions after they beat Vanuatu by 172 runs in the final at Amini Park, Port Moresby.
The 11-team Jakarta Cricket League reaches the business stage of the season this weekend when eight sides contest the quarter-finals.
While all attention is on Afghanistan and their seemingly relentless progress towards the 2011 World Cup, their success story has served to inspire others around globe.
Twenty years ago cricket was almost unknown in Indonesia, but then a few expats started to play and the game has taken off beyond their wildest dreams
A seminar for the ICC’s East Asia – Pacific (EAP) Development Program kicked off today in Melbourne
Next week's ICC annual get-together promises to have more than its fair share of politicking, posturing and controversy
Associate Member Bermuda picked up two prizes in the ICC Development Program Annual awards, making them the winners in this year’s competition
Associate Member Bermuda picked up two prizes in the ICC Development Program Annual Awards, making them the success story in this year's competition
The number of people actively participating in cricket outside the Test-playing countries increased 17% in 2007, according to the ICC.
The number of people actively participating in cricket outside the Test-playing countries increased 17% in 2007, according to the ICC
Japan, Cook Islands and Samoa recorded strong wins in the opening round of the ICC EAP Cricket Trophy in Auckland.
The Indonesian cricket board has announced an ambitious US$200,000 three-year development programme aimed at spreading the game outside its traditional base of expats.
Japan claimed their first ICC cricket title with a six-run victory over the Cook Islands in the final of the East Asia-Pacific Cricket Cup tournament in Vanuatu
Indonesia and Japan are among six teams who will compete in next week's East Asia-Pacific Cup in Vanuatu
After going through the preliminary rounds undefeated, Fiji continued their impressive form by defeating Tonga by 181 runs in the final of the ICC East Asia-Pacific Cricket Challenge 2004
An amazing display of power hitting from Tongan opening batsmen Maunaloa Faivakimoana almost single handedly saw Tonga defeat Indonesia by 8 wickets in the 3rd round of the ICC EAP Cricket Challenge
After an impressive Round 1 victory over Pacific rival Tonga, Fiji today asserted further dominance over the ICC EAP Cricket Challenge in Fuji City, defeating Indonesia by 240 runs
Playing in their first 11-a-side International Cricket Council tournament, Indonesia today scored an impressive 54 run victory over Japan on Day 1 of the ICC EAP Cricket Challenge
In the 3rd year of the annual school cricket competition in Bali, junior High School Angkasa proved too strong for the favoured Sunari High in the final at the Bukit Cricket Ground in Udayana Uni last Friday
The plane was nearly 2 hours late
Arrived in Denpasar right on schedule - most pleasant flight from Narita 747 only half full - met at Airport by Alan and Soni Hawoe
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