What is the Hong Kong cricket sixes?

The Hong Kong Cricket Sixes is a Six-a-side international cricket tournament held at the Kowloon Cricket Club comprising between eight and twelve teams. Organised by Cricket Hong Kong, it is sanctioned by the International Cricket Council.

What is the Hong Kong cricket sixes?

The Hong Kong Cricket Sixes is a Six-a-side international cricket tournament held at the Kowloon Cricket Club comprising between eight and twelve teams. Organised by Cricket Hong Kong, it is sanctioned by the International Cricket Council.

When was the last time Ireland played in the Six Nations?

This was the last Six Nations to be held before the redevelopment of Lansdowne Road into today’s Aviva Stadium. Ireland played their 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Six Nations home fixtures at Croke Park, also in Dublin. In this year, France won the competition on points difference over Ireland.

What happened in the Six Nations match between Ireland and Wales?

This was Wales’ biggest defeat against Ireland since 2002. Italy won their first points in an away match in the competition. This was the first draw in the Six Nations since Scotland and Wales drew 28–28 in 2001. This was Ireland’s narrowest victory over Scotland since 1988.

Why tennis ball cricket is popular in South Asia?

As the tennis ball cricket games are shorter versions when compared to the first-class matches or ODIs, they are especially suited to recreational weekend play. In South Asian cities and villages, it is usually played out on the streets and roads or on agricultural fields.

What kind of tennis ball is used in Indian cricket?

The tennis balls used in this game in India is NODENS, Cosco or Vicky. In other countries, such as the U.S. and Canada, they use Wilson or Slazenger. This is the only form of cricket where the rules of real cricket do not apply as they normally would.

What is the history of the Hong Kong cricket tournament?

The 2009 tournament, held from 31 October to 1 November, saw eight teams competing, with South Africa defeating Hong Kong in the final. In 2011, the Hong Kong Cricket Association was awarded HK$3.5 million by the Hong Kong SAR government’s Mega Event Fund (MEF) to organise the event, with added sponsorship from the KARP Group.