Nanjing Form Guide and Auction Results
Players for the Nanjing Rural Sixes 2017 were auctioned off last night to the two captains with a five million Basher bucks salary cap.
Xiamen – Summer of 6s9
The day starts well with a cracking breakfast. Some treacherous Basher Ks were apparently eating breakfast with Racist Rory from Nanjing, so Bambi and Pussy sent him packing and sat down next to Paps and Rooty for an all-you-can-eat session. Oh yes.
Philippines Sixes 2016 Lumberjacks
So many memories, most forgotten. The following is a team effort lumberjack following the fortunes of the remarkable band of Bashers who ventured to the Philippines in November 2016 for cricket and other activities.
The Bashers at the Nanjing Rural Sixes 2016
The touring party of 12 Bashers made their way to Nanjing on Friday night, with 2 reinforcements arriving on Saturday morning (Tyrone R. and B.S. posting cocktail selfies as they passed Wuxi at 7.30am).
Winter Indoor League Closed Down…
SAD NEWS - THE ARENA IS CLOSING ON 1 DECEMBER, SO THERE WILL BE NO WINTER LEAGUE...
Looks like we're good to go - we've got enough support to enter a team into the competition!
Bashers Sixes Day Results, 27 September
The Bashers Sixes Day was a fantastic event (even if the esky was empty by 10.30am). We'll need to make this a regular fixture in the Bashers calendar!
Bashers Cricket Club Sixes Day!!!
1. GENERAL INFORMATION
Where: Wellington College
When: Bus will leave the Camel Puxi at 7.45am on Sunday 27 September
Lumberjack – Suzhou Sixes, 21st June 2015
Suzhou Sixes, 21 June 2015
With SS out of action, due to too much wizard tea the night before, Tucker stepped up to skipper the side. Someone won the toss then we bowled first. A few last checks on the rules (no LBWs, basically no wides either) then we were off into...
Suzhou Sixes Final Commentary
Sharapova and Pope are on lumberjack duties for the tour, but here is the audio pieced together from the wechat group.
Bashers Squad for the SCC Sixes – UPDATED
Dates: Saturday 1 & Sunday 2 November
Time: Games start at 8am both days, and finish around 4.30pm (Bashers only have a small bus leaving the Camel at 7am, and coming back at 4.30pm - we need to thank our sponsor with a big night at the Camel on Sunday after the competition ends).