Hong Kong cricket team Squad for Asia Cup 2018 - TR Cricket | LIVE Cricket Matches

Breaking NEWS

Post Top Ad

Post Top Ad

Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Hong Kong cricket team Squad for Asia Cup 2018


The Hong Kong national cricket group is the group that speaks to Hong Kong and played its first match in 1866 and has been a partner individual from the International Cricket Council (ICC) since 1969.

Hong Kong played its initial One Day Internationals in the 2004 Asia Cup,and in January 2014 was allowed ODI status until 2018, because of completing third in the 2014 Cricket World Cup Qualifier.The group increased Twenty20 International status in November 2013, because of fitting the bill for the 2014 ICC World Twenty20. Hong Kong lost their ODI status in March 2018 in the wake of losing to the Netherlands in a play-off match amid the 2018 Cricket World Cup Qualifier. They are, in any case, planned to play no less than two further ODI matches at the 2018 Asia Cup in September 2018 in the wake of winning the 2018 Asia Cup Qualifier, as the ICC reported that all matches played at the finals would have ODI status. 

Hong Kong has played in each ICC Trophy/World Cup Qualifier competition, with the exemptions of the 1979 and 2005 occasions. It has likewise participated in two ICC Intercontinental Cup competitions, in 2005 and in 2015– 17, and in two ICC World Twenty20 competitions, in 2014 and 2016. 

In April 2018, the ICC chose to concede full Twenty20 International (T20I) status to every one of its individuals. Hence, each of the Twenty20 matches played between Hong Kong and other ICC individuals after 1 January 2019 will be a full T20I. 


Early years 
The game was acquainted with Hong Kong by the British, with the principal recorded amusement occurring in 1841, and the Hong Kong Cricket Club being established ten years after the fact. The Cricket Club (playing as Hong Kong) played various Interport matches against sides on the Chinese terrain, the principal occurring against Shanghai in 1866, and in 1890 played Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) out of the blue. 

1892 saw debacle when the SS Bokhara, which was conveying the group again from Shanghai, sank in a storm with the loss of 125 lives. There were just 23 survivors, which included just 2 of the 13 colleagues. The other 11 individuals from the group were lost, including Surrey cricketer John Dunn. 

1948 saw the last amusement against Shanghai.Jack Chegwyn drove the main worldwide group to Hong Kong in 1952, and the principal visit by a MCC group was in 1966.The MCC, captained by Mike Smith played one match against the national side, winning by 74 runs. In 1969 the Hong Kong Cricket Association turned into a partner individual from the International Cricket Council, cricket's worldwide decision body. 

ICC membership

The year in the wake of picking up ICC enrollment, the Hong Kong national side played against a MCC side captained by Tony Lewis, drawing the diversion, however it was not until the 1982 ICC Trophy when the Hong Kong group next played. At that competition the Hong Kong group, which highlighted future England Test cricketer Dermot Reeve, neglected to advance past the first round. 

Hong Kong participated in the accompanying three ICC Trophy competitions, again neglecting to advance past the first round in 1986, achieving the plate rivalry in 1990 and the second round in 1994. They at that point played in the debut ACC Trophy competition in 1996,failing to advance past the gathering stage in the wake of losing to Bangladesh and Fiji. 

In 1997, Hong Kong came back to Chinese control. Around the same time, the national group completed eighth in the ICC Trophy. They played in the ACC Trophy again in 1998, losing to Malaysia in the semi-finals.

Asia Cup Squad 2018

Anshuman Rath(c), Aizaz Khan, Babar Hayat, Cameron McAulsan, Christopher Carter, Ehsan Khan, Ehsan Nawaz, Arshad Mohammad, Kinchit Shah, Nadeem Ahmed, Nizakat Khan, Raag Kapur, Scott McKechnie, Tanveer Ahmed, Tanwir Afzal, Waqas Khan, Aftab Hussain

No comments:

Post a Comment

Post Top Ad