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The first recorded evidence of cricket being played in Hong Kong dates back to 1841. Today, cricket is a fully-fledged sport that is professionally administered by Cricket Hong Kong and subvented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.
The Cricket Hong Kong Association of Cricket Officials (hereafter, “ACO” or the “Association”), is an independent, unincorporated association recognised by Cricket Hong Kong (hereafter, “CHK”) as responsible for cricket umpiring and scoring within Hong Kong. The ACO is registered under the Societies Ordinance, Cap 151, Laws of Hong Kong.
"Hong Kong Cricket" is the official online video channel for Cricket Hong Kong, broadcasting live matches, feature interviews and behind-the-scenes stories.
Cricket has been played in Hong Kong since at least 1841. Like most cricketing nations, it was part of the British Empire. The national cricket team has been active since 1866, and the Hong Kong Cricket Association was granted associate membership of the International Cricket Council in 1969. The national team have played four matches with One Day International status, but have never been granted Test match status. Each year, Hong Kong hosts the Hong Kong Cricket Sixes, an ICC sanctioned event t
We, Asians United Cricket Club Hong Kong (AUCCHK), started playing cricket in October 2018. In our early days, we start our team with 3 ( Franklin Paul Das, Gurinder Preet Singh & Faizan Sher Niazi) players, with the dream of Hong Kong’s first Refugee/ Asylum Seekers (RAS) Cricket Team. We have a BIG DREAM of playing the Hong Kong Challenge League.
The Hong Kong national cricket team is the team that represents independent Hong Kong in international competition. It played its first match in 1866 and has been an associate member of the International Cricket Council since 1969. Hong Kong played its first One Day Internationals in the 2004 Asia Cup, and in January 2014 was granted ODI status until 2018, as a result of finishing third in the 2014 Cricket World Cup Qualifier. The team gained Twenty20 International status in November 2013, as a