Due to the bad weather the Serbian T20 Division B matches scheduled for the Easter weekend were cancelled. However, for 26th and 27th five matches are planned, which will mark the start of the Serbian 2014 cricket season.
This year's Second Division will have new format - T20 and sport some new teams: the old premier league teams McKenzie and Mirijevo, Monostor (Bodrog Deers 2nd Xi) and Maccabi Belgrade - a club established with the Jewish Municipality of Belgrade. The second division is envisaged to engage newcomers, U18 players as welll as those players who are not able to practice cricket regularly. The teams are allowed to have maximum one expat player. Read More
Stari Grad CC started promotion of cricket in primary schools of city municipality Stari Grad. Last Thursday Bogdan Dugić, SG CC coach with Haris Dajč and Gareth Hughes from Carmel & District CC visited "Braća Baruh" school. The promotion will continue following week. Read more
After the meeting of the SCF Board members with the chairman of the Bodrog Deer CC, Ivan Petrović, all details about the Premier league schedule and the participation of that club from the far North West of Serbia. Due to the financial constraints, Bodrog will play two matches per weekend with their rivals, in order to decrease the travel expenses from this town to Belgrade. Read More
At the SCF Board meeting on February 3rd the cricket calendar for 2014 was adopted with significant differences from the previous years. For the first time in the previous five years, the accent is on the T20 competitions. Read More
At the traditional meeting place of Belgrade cricketers, Marshall Pub, near Vukov spomenik, last night the annual meeting of the newly established Centurion CC was held.Read more
For the Serbian Cricket Federation 4th annniversary, our coaches and players have organized an open cricket session in the Children's Shelter in Belgrade, in which boys and girls aged 7-19 had an opportunity to learn the basic skills and play several games. SCF is thankful to Ms. Danijela Stajkovac to allow us to help the kids from the Shelter make their first cricket steps. Read more
At the international University 6-a-side tournament, the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Belgrade won the first place. This is the second 6-a-sid students competition in Serbia, and the first one that can be classified as international.
The competition was supposed to have four teams, but as the Politecnica Timisoara had to pull out, only three sides were involved in the tournament: Faculty of Philosophy, Faculty of Electrical Engineering (ETF Belgrade) and the University of St. Kliment Ohridski from Skopje, Macedonia. The small number of teams had its good side, as the matches were played with 7 players a side with matches lasting 12 overs.
The suspense grew as after the round robin system all three teams won one match so the super over had to be played. In the super-over round-robin, the "Philosophers' kept their coolness and won the trophy. Read more
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