David Barmes Memorial Trophy

Sunday 23rd April 2017

Zurich Nomads Cricket Club

The official season opener, the David Barmes Memorial Trophy, will take place on Sunday 23rd April 2017 at Buchholz in Uster.

Traditionally the first game of the Swiss domestic season, Zurich Nomads Cricket Club (current league champions) have the honour of taking on a Swiss Representative XI made up predominantly of members of the Swiss National side.

 

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You can follow the this year's David Barmes Memorial Trophy, ball by ball, as the game will be scored live on cricHQ!

The teams

David Barmes Memorial Trophy Match
         
 Zurich Nomads Cricket Club   Swiss Representative XI
1, Azeem Nazir *   1. Anser Mehmood (GICC)
2. Waqas Khawaja   2. Aidan Andrews (Cossonay)
3. Shafqat Hussain   3. Amandeep Singh (GXStars)
4. Faheem Nazir   4. Ruan Kruger (Swiss U17s)
5. Idrees Tariq Muhammad   5. Matthew Martin (CERN)
6. Nouman Khan   6. Prafull  Shikare (Winterthur)
7. Khawer Memon   7. Nic Henderson (Zurich Crickets)
8. Sudath Jayaratne   8. Saravanakumar Subramani (Lions)
9. Gajenthiran Tharmarajah   9. MAW Shahid (Olten)
10. Abid Mahmood Butt   10. T. Tharanitharan (Olten)
11. Dinesh Darvesh   11. Ravi Dhamotharan (GESLCC)
12. Vaibhav Deshpande   12.  
13. Navid      
14. Asvin Lakkaraju      
15. Satbir Singh      
16. Farid Din      
Coach:     Coach: Chris Lodge
Umpires A.Mackay & A.Koshy   Scorers Team scorers
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Match Programme
2017 DBMT Program (v 2.0-20170416).pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.1 MB

Dr. David Barmes

The late Dr. David Barmes of Geneva C.C. was the first President of the National Association and in honour of his memory Cricket Switzerland has established a tradition that the winners of the league championship play a 40 over cricket match against the Swiss national team to mark the beginning of the season and for the prestige of winning the David Barmes Memorial Trophy.

More information

Further information on this fixture is available direct from the National Team coach Chris Lodge.