Indoor Cricket Masters World Series South Africa 2013

After a successful World Cup 2011 and Junior World Series in 2012, it gave us great pleasure in bringing the Masters World Series to South Africa for what we expected as another fine hosting performance from our South African delegates.

The Venue was in Fourways, in the Gauteng province the categories that competed at this world class event were: 30 & Over Mens, 35 & Over Mens, 40 & Over Mens, 45 and Over Mens, and 30 & Over Ladies.

The Event took place over 7 days from Sunday 20 October 2013 until Saturday 26 October 2013.

Participating Countries were Australia, England, India, New Zealand, Singapore, Sri Lanka and the Hosting Country South Africa.

Well done to all....

Thank You South Africa!

Get all the Tournament results from the Indoor Cricket Masters World Series 2013 that was held in Johannesburg South Africa

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Masters World Series South Africa 2013 Teams

 


View the teams and team players that participated in the the WICF Masters World Series South Africa 2013!

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Indoor Cricket Masters World Series 2013 - Venue

With only 1.4% of South Africa's land area, the tiny province of Gauteng punches way above its weight, contributing 33% to the national economy and a phenomenal 10% to the GDP of the entire African continent.

Sesotho for "place of gold", Gauteng was built on the wealth of gold found deep underground - 40% of the world's reserves. The economy has since diversified, with more sophisticated sectors such as finance and manufacturing setting up shop, and gold mining is no longer the mainstay. The province is essentially one big city, with 97% of its population living in urban centres.

Johannesburg is the capital of the Gauteng province, and by far the biggest city in South Africa - and Africa as a whole. Also known as Jo'burg or Jozi, it is often compared to Los Angeles, with its similar urban sprawl linked by huge highway interchanges.

The Masters World Series will be hosted by one of the Action Sports Arena's in Johannesburg, and the venue is yet to be announced. by the South African Indoor Cricket Federation.


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