Mr Pickwick T20 Finals Day preview
(Wed, 31 Jul 2019)
The 2019 Mr Pickwick T20 League climaxes on Sunday 25th August with two semi-finals & the final at a Finals Day at LA Schönau in the Swiss capital.
Save the Bout-du-Monde cricket ground
(Fri, 16 Aug 2019
Support an appeal by the AGC & Cricket Switzerland on behalf of all involved in Swiss cricket to save the cricket ground at Bout-du-Monde.
(Sat, 24 Aug 2019)
Cricket Switzerland introduces all the teams at the 2019 Mr Pickwick Twenty20 League Finals Day.
Pickwick T20 player awards announced
(Mon, 19 Aug 2019)
The best batsman & best bowler from each division from the qualification rounds of the Mr Pickwick Twenty20 League have been announced.
Lalit Dubey sets new Pickwick record
(Tue, 23 Jul 2019)
Lalit Dubey scored an unbeaten 179 for GXIStars at Les Evaux in their Pickwick T20 league match against CERN on 21.7.2019.
New highest PT20 opening partnership
(Mon, 29 Jul 2019)
Another Pickwick Twenty20 record was set on Sunday 28th July 2019, this time by Geneva XI Star's openers Raja Hafeez and Kuldeep Singh Rawat.
Swiss U13s Leicester Tour
(Fri, 19 Jul 2019)
A group of Swiss U13s played in the U14 coloured clothing tournament in Leicester (12-16.8.2019).
Léman Cup Preview
(Fri, 21 Jun 2019)
The Léman Cup will be held on Saturday 7th September at En Marche in Cossonay. The trophy for U11, U13 and U15 age groups pit a side from “Schweiz” against a side from “Suisse”.
Coach the Coaches Course
(Fri, 2 Aug 2019)
Gingins Cricket Club is organising a course on 'Coaching the Coaches', which will be run by Darren Talbot of Twenty20 Company.
And one day someone won
(Sat, 02 Aug 2019)
Read a translation of the article by Anna Baumgartner about the resurgence of Test Cricket that appeared in the Tages-Anzeiger on 31st July 2019.
Kings YTCA UAE juniors kick-start UK tour with wins over Swiss U-18s
(Sun, 03 Aug 2019)
The Kings YTCA UAE u18s beat the Swiss u18s in two T20 matches. Read the full report by Agnelo Rodrigues in GULF TODAY.
Cricket also migrates to Switzerland
(Tue, 10 Jul 2019)
Cricket is alive in Switzerland thanks to a majority of English-speaking players. But not only. Read a translation of the original article from "Le Matin Dimanche" by Grégory Beaud.