Indoor Cricket World Cup History

The Indoor Cricket World Cup 2014 was hosted in New Zealand. The tournament took place in Wellington. With 7 countries competing there where numerous close games but eventualy all 4 catagories where won by Australia.

Congratulations! to New Zealand for hosting a this prestigious even.

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Indoor Cricket World Cup New Zealand 2014


Indoor Cricket World Cup New Zealand 2014 Results
     
  2014 Open Mens 2014 Under 19 Boys
  2014 Open Ladies 2014 Under 19 Girls
Indoor Cricket World Cup South Africa 2011


Indoor Cricket World Cup South Africa 2011 Results
     
  2011 Open Mens 2011 Under 19 Boys
  2011 Open Ladies 2011 Under 19 Girls
Indoor Cricket World Cup Australia 2009


Indoor Cricket World Cup Australia 2009 Results
     
2009 Open Mens 2009 Under 19 Boys 2009 Under 16 Boys
2009 Open Ladies 2009 Under 19 Girls  
     
 
Indoor Cricket World Cup England 2007


Indoor Cricket World Cup England 2007 Results
     
2007 Open Mens 2007 Under 19 Boys
2007 Open Ladies 2007 Under 19 Girls
     
 
Indoor Cricket World Cup Sri Lanka 2004


Indoor Cricket World Cup Sri Lanka 2004 Results
     
2004 Open Mens 2004 Under 19 Boys
2004 Open Ladies 2004 Under 19 Girls
     
 
Indoor Cricket World Cup New Zealand 2002


Indoor Cricket World Cup New Zealand 2002 Results
     
2002 Open Mens
2002 Open Ladies
  2002 Tests Mens  
 
Indoor Cricket World Cup South Africa 2000


Indoor Cricket World Cup South Africa 2000 Results
     
2000 Open Mens  
2000 Open Ladies  
     
 
Indoor Cricket World Cup New Zealand 1998


Indoor Cricket World Cup New Zealand 1998 Results
     
1998 Open Mens
 
     
 
Indoor Cricket World Cup England 1995


Indoor Cricket World Cup England 1995 Results
     
1995 Open Mens
 
     
 

 

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Indoor Cricket World Cup New Zealand 2014



Australia take Clean Sweep!

AUSTRALIA WORLD CHAMPIONS AGAIN!!!

The Indoor Cricket World Cup 2014 was recently held in Lower Hutt, Wellington in New Zealand.  There were seven countries that participated, namely Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Wales, England, India and Singapore.

Greg Donnelly (WICF President) opened the ceremony with and a very competitive tournament ensued.  Congratulations to Warwick Simmons (WICF New Zealand), Robbie Bennett (Tournament Controller) and to the umpires.

During the Round Robin matches, the Wales Ladies took their first England scalp, the New Zealand Men's A beat the New Zealand team and there were many close games.

The Australians met New Zealand in all 4 Grand finals and once again dominated the Tournament by taking all 4 titles again.

During the Prize giving, World 8's teams were chosen and the 4 World 8's teams consisted of 20 Australian, 9 New Zealanders and 3 South Africans.
Congratulations goes to the following MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS :  Amelia Kerr (NZ U20 Girls),  Clayton Floyd (NZ U20 Boys), Ashleigh Doble (Australian Ladies) and Travis Baker (Australian Mens).

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