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Cambodia national cricket team

Cambodia
Flag of Cambodia
Flag of Cambodia
ICC membership granted N/A
ICC member status Non-entities
ICC development region Asia
World Cricket League division N/A
Captain N/A
Coach Unknown
First recorded match Unknown
As of 29 October 2012

The Cambodian national cricket team is a cricket team that represents the nation of Cambodia in international cricket competitions and is administered by the Cricket Association of Cambodia.

Cambodia applied for Asian Cricket Council membership, which was granted in 2012.[1] The Cricket Association also plans to apply for membership of the National Olympic Committee.

Cricket in the former French colony of Cambodia is still a mainly expatriate game at senior level, but junior cricket is full of potential with a lot of local boys playing. Additionally, a structured cricket league is being planned in the country with the help of the Thailand Cricket League and that the National Stadium, Phnom Penh and Army Stadium will be available. Cambodia is planned to host the 2021 South East Asian Games and a cricket ground could be funded and built.[2]

The Cricket Association also plans to join the International Cricket Council as an Affiliate Member in 2013.[3]

References

  1. ^ NEW ACC MEMBERS: CAMBODIA, CHINESE TAIPEI AND TAJIKISTAN Asian Cricket Council. Retrieved 29 October 2012
  2. ^ CAMBODIA COMING ON Asian Cricket Council. Retrieved 29 October 2012
  3. ^ Cambodia taking first steps International Cricket Council. Retrieved 29 October 2012
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