Nforce Indoor Cricket League – Starts Nov 4th
The league will now kick of on Nov 4th. 2 Bashers teams are entered. Please keep an eye out over the next few weeks as we will try and get a practice game or 2 in before the league starts.
Bashers Leisure, 2012 Champions
My own memory of the day is a little hazy, however, as I cannot recall anyone appointed as Lumberjack and there are far too many overdue reports already this season, I will upload this brief account of the days play. Fortunately, I have 57 minutes of video of the day to provide a visual record of the day thanks to Garbo's filming efforts!
BASHERS QUIZ III- OH YEAH!!!! CAMEL PUDONG… Friday Sep 28th 2012
Dont forget the quiz is this Friday. Please spread the word and get your teams together. Its the first event we have done at the Pudong Camel so lets make it a good one!
Bashers Brunch – Le Royal Meridien
I hope everyone is recovering well from the action on Sunday. While a number of the team are heading down to Hong Kong this weekend we will be taking advantage of the first Sunday for months with no Bashers cricket.
Bonjour from Twiggy in Morocco
Hi Bashers - you may remember me as the stylish right hand Pom batter from the British Embassy - or perhaps as the fat old bastard who pulled a hammy. Now working in Morocco - love the Basher pages and comments. No pics of Bashers but you might like to see a cricket pitch in Pakistan which I've just left. Outfield needs a bit of work.
Bashers Leisure 2012 SCC Division 3 Champions
Well done to the Leisure team for bringing home the trophy in yesterdays final.
A great performance all round. Bad luck to the business who made a great game of it with the ball.
Good luck Bashers…
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Cricket For Smiles – Japan
A couple of years ago many Bashers stepped up to the plate and contributed to the Cricket For Smiles programme in Japan which was set up after the Tsunami. That programme has gone on to winÂ the ICC Spirit of Cricket Award Â and a couple of days ago Cricket Japan's CEO, Alex Miyaji, Â was also the subject of a special motion in the Scottish Parliament (Alex is half Scottish) recognising his efforts. Cricket is hardly a big sport in Japan so what these guys have achieved both on the pitch and off the pitch in terms of their wider contribution to the local communities is simply outstanding.