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Harbans Singh, a past president of the Singapore Cricket Association, passed away on 25 Feb 2023.

The 92-year-old Harbans was a stalwart of SCA and led the front for several years. He played for Singapore Chinese Recreation Club and was in charge in difficult times when the sport lacked sponsorship and funds.

“Harbans would periodically call to ask about local cricket development,” said SCA president Mahmood Gaznavi. “He was very interested in following the growth and progress of the sport. We recognise that he was in charge at a time the sport struggled to attract sufficient numbers and he put in a great deal of effort to lead.”

Harbans was an Honorary Life Member of SCA. He was also an Honorary Life Member of the prestigious Marylebone Cricket Club, a club that has considerable global influence over cricket.

The funeral and cremation will be held at Mandai at 7.30pm at Hall 2 today [26 Feb 2023].

SINGAPORE U19s blaze through undefeated to WIN the ICC CWC Qualifiers Asia Div-2 Championship. The win takes the TEAM one step closer to an U19 WC berth.

In the finals, Hong Kong u19s who won the toss and elected to bat were restricted to 201/9 (50.0) by a solid Singapore u19s bowling unit performance.

The chase got tricky as Singapore was 2 for 7 with both openers back in the hut and further challenging when Sid Srikanth the leading run-scorer of the tournament was back in the sheds with the board reading 46/3(11.5).

It is at this juncture that Singapore u19s showed their depth in batting reserves with Vihaan M 102(92) playing an innings fitting the BIG FINAL to score a century and take the TEAM to within sight of glory.

The ever-dependable rearguard action of Aaryan Modi 56*(70) and Capt. Jeevan S 13*(15) ensured Singapore chased down the target and Won by 5 wkt with more than 12.0 overs to spare.

The WIN was stylishly signed off by Captain Jeevan S, hitting the winning runs with a crisp SIX over long on. The team charged on to the OCA Oval as proud SCA Officials watched and cheered the boys on together with the rest of the support staff.

Singapore u19 Capt. Jeevan S was awarded the PLAYER OF THE TOURNAMENT for picking up a truckload of wickets (15 wkts in 5 games).

Singapore U19s won many an applause and fans for the brand of cricket they played in Oman. Wish them all the very best and trust this WIN will build a great TEAM & PLAYERS contributing to many more PROUD MOMENTS FOR SINGAPORE CRICKET for years to come.



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SINGAPORE U19s Mens fly through to the finals of the U19 CWC Qualifiers Asia Div-2s, with a comprehensive WIN by 10 Wkts over Bahrain.

Having won the toss, Bahrain only managed 62 runs in 36.3 overs; before being blown away by the Singapore U19s bullet train on a one-way demolition mission to the finals.

Adwitya Bhargava was the tip of the spear that did the major damage to the Bahrain inns, ably supported by the Singapore bowling group delivering in pure concert lead well by Capt. Jeevan S under the guidance of the coaching think tank on tour.

The new opening pair of Rahil Khan 30*(41) and Pratham Somani 23*(36) dusted off the required runs in 12.3 overs to confirm a finals spot and ensure SINGAPORE U19s onward qualification progression to U19 WC.

Adwitya Bhargava was awarded Player of the Match for his rapid and impactful spell of 6.0 overs 1(M) 3WKTS FOR 15 runs at an Econ of 2.50 RPO.
Singapore’s campaign for progress was beautifully crafted by SCA officials and executed by the young guns during this crucial tournament.
SCA THANKS ALL WELL WISHERS, STAKEHOLDERS and especially the parents and the supporting fans.

Wishing the TEAM all the very best to go ALL THE WAY and GO WELL in the Finals.

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ICC U19 Men’s CWC Division 2 – Asia

Singapore U19s make it 3 Wins in a row building steady momentum as they move towards the business end of the knockouts.

SCA Director of Coaching & CEO Saad Khan Janjua & U19 Coach Shoib Razak provided the tactical blueprint behind the scenes as the ever-consistent middle order batting pair of Aaryan Modi (51) & Sid Srikanth (45) piled on the runs. On this outing, Fast-Man V Thiyanesh delivered a much needed rear guard boost scoring 32(31) taking the score to 209/10(50.0).

Capt. Jeevan S (3 for 32) found hunting partners in Vihaan H (2 for 18) and combined with the speedster Adwitya B (2 for 13) to put away the Hong Kong reply and WIN by 58 runs despite Hong Kong winning the toss and electing to bowl.

Aaryan Modi was awarded Player Of the Match for his 51 which navigated Singapore U19s to score of safety.
The team cruise into the Semifinals and await their opponents with a view to progress by booking a final place and a qualification slot for the next round of the WC Qualifiers.

Wish the Team all the very best to go all the way.
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Reliable Aaryan Modi

Scoring his maiden 50 in an ICC tournament 53 (41balls).

Aaryan is a homegrown player of Singapore, who has been in the system for more than 5 years.

Aaryan started his cricketing journey in Singapore by joining the SNCA (SCA Cricket Academy) where he was not only taught the basic skills required to play the sport but also the mental and ethical side of cricket.

Playing my first official ICC match for my nation of Singapore, I was filled with a great sense of pride and honour. I was 10 years old when I saw my seniors leave to play the ICC U19 World Cup qualifiers, from then on there was a burning desire in me to impress and one day be on the flight that would take me to my destination- An official ICC tournament.”

He says, “I have worked really hard to reach here, and being able to convert all sweat, and tears into a tangible and successful inning with the constant guidance of my coach makes me feel like never before. Scoring a half-century for your nation is a feeling that very few get to experience and I’m glad that I was able to experience it so early on in my career.”

Modi believes that the team is in a very good mental space with all its players ready both mentally and physically. Everyone has a desire and a passion to win and our match against Qatar just allowed this sensation in our hearts to be expressed on the cricket pitch. “I am glad that we as a team are adapting well to the conditions and putting our best foot forward.”

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Sid’s Impactful Performance


Sidhant Srikanth the middle-order rock put in another impactful performance ( 2nd on the trot) scoring 72*(80) to take the total to 248/6(50.0) Vs Thailand.

Sidhant Srikanth was awarded Player Of The Match for his unbeaten 72* [5×4s & 1x6s].
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Singapore U19s build momentum with 2nd command WIN over Thailand by 167 runs having won the toss and electing to bat.

Sidhant Srikanth the middle-order rock put in another impactful performance ( 2nd on the trot) scoring 72*(80) to take the toal to 248/6(50.0). Vihaan M the #3 contributed with a well-compiled half-century 52(79).

Jeevan S the skipper grabbed 4 wkts (4 for 25 in 8.0 ovrs) to close out Thailand with his bag of tricks LAOS. This was the 2nd impactful bowling performance on the trot by the skipper.

Thailand managed only 81/10 and was bowled out in the 34th over (33.4 over).

Sidhant Srikanth was awarded Player Of The Match for his unbeaten 72* [5×4s & 1x6s].

The TEAM is in great spirits and growing from strength to strength.

Wish the TEAM all the very best to go well in their next game Vs HONG KONG on the 4th of October 2022.

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SCA INDOOR CRICKET held its WORLD CUP 2022 JERSEY PRESENTATION ceremony for the Open Men’s team and inaugural Open Women’s squads yesterday (1/10/2022) at Singapore Sports Hub auditorium.

SCA Hon. PRESIDENT Mr. Mahmood Gaznavi delivered a message to the athletes which outlined support and were inspiring. SCA EXCO member Mr. Neeraj Sundarajoo was CG.

Many past contributors and achievers were recognized including the induction of Indoor Cricket pioneer Shehzad Haque (SH)as the 1st member of the SCA Singapore Indoor Cricket Hall of Fame for his service to the game as a player promoter and facilitator and inspiration to newcomers as a trailblazer in the sport in Singapore. Rashid A Khan the Chair of the SCA Indoor Cricket Division presented the award, which was received on behalf by Mrs & 2 sons with a lovely acceptance speech delivered by SH.

It was a wonderful evening filled with a cheerful relaxed atmosphere with family and well-wishers in great company. IT WAS A GREAT MOMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE as SCA sends its first MEN’S & WOMEN’S OPEN Squad to feature in an INDOOR CRICKET WC.

Many players from outdoor cricket including SINGAPORE Men’s & Women’s t20i capped players as well as players who came through the SNCA Girls program featured in the respective squads. A great opportunity for bringing back valuable experience to contribute back upon their return.

Wish the teams all the very best for gaining valuable experience and delivering memorable performances.

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