The Australian Lawyers' Cricket Association is pleased to release the Draft Tournament Schedule for the upcoming Lawyers' Cricket World Cup to be held in Brisbane from 30 December 2015 - 9 January 2016.
The Australian Lawyers' Cricket Council is seeking expressions of interest from players wishing to participate in the 5th Lawyers’ Cricket World Cup which is being hosted by Australia in Brisbane over the period 30 December 2015 – 9 January 2016.
The Australian Lawyers Cricket Council is sending a squad of 33 Australian legal practitioners to the 4th International Lawyers’ Cricket World Cup, to be held at New Delhi, India between 12 – 22 October 2013. Previous tournaments have been held at Hyderabad, India (2007), England (2009), & Barbados (2011). Australia won the World Cup at The Oval on 4 August 2009.
The first World Cup was played in Hyderabad, India, in January, 2008. Teams from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, West Indies, Australia and Barristers from England and Wales took part, with India winning the Cup. The Cup was considered by those who took part to be so successful that it was decided to make it a regular event and the next Lawyers Cricket World Cup was held in Cambridge, England, in 2009.
The third annual Lawyers Cricket World Cup involving teams from Australia, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, England and host territory West Indies will be played in Barbados from 7th - 21st August 2011.
The Australian Lawyers Cricket Council (ALCC), with the support of major sponsor Lexis Nexis, is sending a team to defend our ‘world champion’ status at the 3rd Lawyers Cricket World Cup to be held in Barbados in August 2011.
The ALCC is looking to add a number of talented lawyer-cricketers over the age of 32 to our touring squad for the tournament.
Australia's second national selection carnival will take place a Barker College, Hornsby - a northern suburb of Sydney. Barker College, established 1890, has excellent playing fields. No 1 Oval is shown below in rugby mode, but this will be one of the pitches upon which the selection carnival will be played.
Australia has overcome a strong Indian team to emerge victorious in the International Lawyers Cricket World Cup in England this week, finishing off the tournament undefeated. After a serious night's celebrations, team manager and TressCox partner Ron Heinrich told Hearsay yesterday Australia won a nail-biting 35-over, one-day final at The Oval, with two wickets and one ball to spare.
The first World Cup was played in Hyderabad, India, in January, 2008. Teams from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, West Indies, Australia and Barristers from England and Wales took part, with India winning the Cup. The Cup was considered by those who took part to be so successful that it was decided to make it a regular event.
This year the Lawyers Cricket World Cup is being held in Cambridge, England, between 26 July and 4 August, 2009.