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2014 Summer junior tournament trophies and medals (photo: Scott Page)

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Tour Prague!

Come to visit us in the Czech Republic! Play cricket in the land of the world's best beer and contribute to the development of our sport! 

With Aberystwyth University CC, June 2014 (photo: Eliška Kóssiová)

Our local experts have helped to coordinate many tours over the last few years. Please contact us for more info!

Five for Matoušek as Lions win

The Czech Lions warmed up for the Central Europe Cup with a two-wicket victory over Dresden in a 50-over friendly. Oliver Matoušek took 5-14 on his Lions debut, and Suditha Udugalage top-scored with 35 to lead the team home.

Oliver celebrates with the match ball (photo: Rohit Deshmoyni)


Great fun at summer junior tournament!

The Czech Cricket Summer Cup 2014 was held on Sunday 15th June at the English International School Prague (EISP), where the under-12 and under-14 divisions battled it out for the prized silverware on offer. Teams from EISP, the International School Prague (ISP), Riverside School and Prague British School (PBS) came together for the first Czech junior tournament to be played on three grass pitches.

U12 winners EISP A (photo: Scott Page)

New pitch installation complete!

At the end of 2013 the Executive Committee decided to order two new quality pitches to install at Kriket Vinoř, and with the pleasantly-mild Winter work started early on the first installation.

The new pitch in all its glory (photo: Dan Casey, April 26th)

The first wicket is now ready, and was trialled in the Vinohrady vs Barbarians friendly on April 13th.

The second wicket was completed in August and hosted its first competitive match with the T20 League's third-place playoff between Bohemian CC and Dresden. The quality of the wickets should lead to a much higher standard of play locally!

Partnership with CANZA announced!

Czech Cricket is delighted to announce that it has formed a partnership with the Czech Australia New Zealand Association (CANZA).


PCC Kings secure place in final

PCC Kings eased to victory over bottom club Barbarians Visigoths to secure qualification for the Czech Cricket Winter League final with one round of fixtures to spare.

Behind them, all three teams with 3-2 records ousted their opponents with 2-3 records to simplify matters ahead of the last week.

PCC Knights will qualify for the final if they defeat Barbarians Vandals in their last group-stage match, having already beaten both Bohemians and Vino Bianco.

If the Knights slip up, Bohemians are ready to pounce, though Bianco may be able to take advantage of a relaxed Kings team in their last group match.

Week Six results:

PCC Knights 112-71 Vino Rosso
PCC Rooks 79-82 Vino Bianco
Bohemians 162-66 Barbarians Vandals
PCC Kings 131-48 Barbarians Visigoths

For full Winter League information, click here!

Sudhir Gladson announced as new national team captain

Czech Cricket is proud to announce that for the 2015 summer season, Sudhir Gladson will assume the captaincy of the national team.

Sudhir pictured with opening partner Mik Starý prior to the Hungary vs Czech Rep T20 international in June 2012 (photo: Dan Casey)

Czech Cricket statement on Australia's Phillip Hughes

Czech Cricket offers its deepest condolences and sympathies to the family and friends of Phillip Hughes, who passed away on Thursday 27th November following a head/neck injury he suffered during a first-class match in Australia two days before.

Hosts win inaugural Pepsi Cup!

Six teams gathered in Prague for three days of cricket, and they managed to beat the elements to get a full final in. The Czech XI beat Clapham In CC by seven wickets in the final, with Romany CC of England taking third place. Teams from India, Italy and Switzerland also participated in the first Pepsi Cup tournament.

The triumphant Czech team! (photo: Alex Sirisena)

Poland win Central Europe Cup!

Poland won the trophy after a dramatic final match with Switzerland. 

Poland with the cup (photo: Dan Casey)

Czech Republic finished last, but they were unlucky and actually came close to winning the tournament too!

PCC do the double, retain T20 league!

The PCC squad celebrate! (photo: Ramesh Padala)

PCC added the T20 league to their 40-over league triumph after beating Vinohrady in a tense final. Sudesh Wickremasinghe was the star of the day, scoring two half-centuries as PCC first beat Dresden in the semi-final before pipping Vinohrady by five wickets with nine balls to spare in the final.

Successful Romania tour for Eagles

The Czech Eagles (national developmental team) tour to Romania was a great success, with a squad largely made up of Czech players performing at a decent level.

Openers Wojtek Kedzior (left) and Mik Starý, ready to lead the chase (photo: Chris Pearce)

PCC take 40-over league title!

PCC won their sixth 40-over league in seven years, defeating 2013 champions Dresden by six wickets in Saturday's final.

PCC celebrate with the trophy (photo: Tom Rawlings)

PCC's well-rounded bowling attack never allowed Dresden to gain a foothold in the match, and when Rajh brilliantly ran out the dangerous Siva, the Germans were facing an uphill struggle.



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