Welcome to the World Indoor Cricket Federation Website
Welcome to the World Indoor Cricket Federation Website. Indoor Cricket as it is now known, was started in Australia in 1984 after it was brought over from Germany. The nets were introduced as only difference and this successful formula has grown from strength to stength in various countries around the world. Played in countries like Australia, New Zealand, England, South Africa, India and few other countries, this great sport has its various levels from social matches to league matches to Provincial or State tournaments all the way uup to international matches including World Cups and Masters Series.
The growth of this sport has led to a Junior World Series being added to the international calendar and in 2012 was first Junior World Series hosted in South Africa.
Indoor Cricket World Cup New Zealand 2014
In October 2014 New Zealand plays host to the World Indoor Cricket World Cup. Teams will compete across four categories; Men’s, Women’s, Boys U20's and Girls U20's.
Indoor Cricket Masters World Series South Africa 2013
After a successful World Cup 2011 and Junior World Series in 2012, it gave us great pleasure in bringing the Masters World Series to South Africa for what we expected as another fine hosting performance from our South African delegates.
The Venue was in Fourways, in the Gauteng province the categories that competed at this world class event were: 30 & Over Mens, 35 & Over Mens, 40 & Over Mens, 45 and Over Mens, and 30 & Over Ladies.
The Event took place over 7 days from Sunday 20 October 2013 until Saturday 26 October 2013.
Participating Countries were Australia, England, India, New Zealand, Singapore, Sri Lanka and the Hosting Country South Africa.
Well done to all....
Thank You South Africa!
ICC 360 SERIES - SRI LANKA INDOOR CRICKET
ICL TRI NATIONS AUSTASIA 2013 - Sri Lanka
The Indoor Cricket League Tri-Nation Series 2013, the first ever subcontinental series of a fast spreading format of cricket at the Austasia Sports Complex, Thalawathugoda with the participation of men's and women's teams from Australia, India and Sri Lanka.
Hosts Sri Lanka fielded two teams including Development Squads in both men's and women's tournaments while India will not compete in the women's division leaving it a Kangaroo- Lion affair.
View the Opening Ceremony, Mens Final and Ladies Final matches of the Tournament
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