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Indoor cricket was brought to Australia during the 1970's and has grown to 100+ centres around the country. There are nine states which get together annually to contend the Nationals Tournaments.
Australia annually compete against New Zealand in the Trans-Tasmanian Tests and this has been tradition since 1985. Australia are the World Champions in all the age groups contested at the International level...
The England and Wales Cricket Board has appointed Action Indoor Sports UK as the Governing Authority for 8-a-side Indoor Cricket in England & Wales.
National Competitions include the British Open competitions (Oct & Nov), and All-Stars tournament (Dec) and the National League across all divisions (Jan – Apr)
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When it comes to indoor sports, Action Sports is a whole new ball game! Action Sports is the fastest growing social activities in these countries and Rowan Tree Sport entertainment Pvt Ltd are proud to introduce Action Sports to India.
Once you step into our arenas you will find it hard to resist scoring a few runs, shoot the hoop, or curl one into the corner! This is more than just sports, its sport entertainment - and anyone can play.
New Zealand Indoor Sports Incorporated (NZISI) is recognised by SPARC as a National Sports Organisation and governing body acting in the best interests of those participating in Indoor Cricket, Indoor Netball and Indoor Football in New Zealand.
Indoor Cricket is played in 29 indoor sports arenas around New Zealand.
Both sports are played on a social level which then can lead onto representing the local arena in one of three Regional Superleagues.
Another big calendar event is the Trans Tasmanian Cup against Australia and this has been an event since 1985... Visit: http://www.nzindoorsports.org.nz/9/
Action Sports South Africa has 30 affiliated franchises across the country. They run 5 provincial / state tournaments ranging from Under 10 all the way up to Over 50's as well as Mixed Open and Mixed Over 30s. These tournaments are well attended, with the Juniors averaging about 50+ teams in their tournament each year.
They will be hosting the Indoor Cricket World Cup 2011 during the month of October. The tournament will take place in the Gauteng province which can be considered as the sporting hub of the African continent. South Africa has played host to a few major sporting world cups in the past, the largest three being the Soccer, Cricket and Rugby world cups, so they have developed a reputation for hosting fantastic world cups...
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After a successful hosting of the 2004 World Cup, Sri Lanka has grown from strength to strength and this is shown by the W.I.C.F. in awarding the Masters World Series to Sri Lanka in 2013.
Opened in May 2001, with an exhibition match between Sanath Jayasuriyas VIII vs CICA.
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Asian countries have been slower to embrace the sport possibly because of the prevalence of street or 'galli' cricket. Sri Lanka was the first to take it up, hosting the 2004 Indoor Cricket World Cup and now there are indoor centres springing up all over the sub-continent. So indoor cricket is beginning to make its mark in the test-playing nations – now it's time for the rest of the world to catch up welcome Singapore and the ICS!
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Our newest member to the Indoor fraternity.
InSportz Club is UAE’s Indoor Cricket Facility boasting with over 18 years of service excellence. Equipped with 5 International standard Action Cricket Courts this facility has the capacity to hold more than 500 guests at a single event. We own the longest running and most competitive Action Cricket Leagues in all of UAE and have an excellent track record in hosting local and international events.
A regular participant in the World Cups, Wales have shown their dedication to this sport.
Wales have also participated in the 4 Nations tournament which was held in South Africa in 2006...
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