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2009

November 15th: Friendly: Serendib Just Squeak Past Kytes:
Serendib C.C.: 159 (28.4 overs) (Shiron Dharshana 30, Neil Harrison 3/2)
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 158/9 (29.4 overs) (Neil Harrison 47*, Sukitha Halambage 34)
Serendib C.C. beat Shizuoka Kytes C.C. by 1 run.
Scoresheet HERE
Photos HERE
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November 1st: Nagoya T20: Kytes Outclass Giants in Semi:
Tokyo Giants C.C.: 119 (18.5 overs)
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 123/2 (17.1 overs) (Wasantha Deshapriya 49, Joel Chamberlain 45*)
Shizuoka Kytes C.C. beat Tokyo Giants C.C. by 8 wickets.
Umpires: Shafeeq Ur Rehman and Ameer Afridi (Nagoya)
Scorer: R-G. Martineau
Scoresheet HERE
Photos HERE
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October 18th: KCL: Giants Crush Kytes in Semi:
Tokyo Giants C.C.: 240/7 (35 overs) (Amigo 66*, Chino 40, Mumtaz Alam 31)
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 205/7 (35 overs) (Mewan Kothalawala 45, Tauseef Azhar 3/39, Hamed Saeed 3/45)
Tokyo Giants C.C. beat Shizuoka Kytes C.C. by 91 runs.
Umpires: D. Lollback and C. Thurgate (Sharks)
Scoresheet HERE
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August 9th: KCL: Ashley's Ton Eases Kytes Past Tigers:
Indian Tigers C.C.: 204 (38.1 overs) (Rajeev Nair 44, Anil NT 37, Abraham Thomas 30)
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 205/7 (35 overs) (Ashley Harvey 108*)
Shizuoka Kytes C.C. beat Indian Tigers C.C. by 3 wickets.
Umpire: R-G. Martineau
Scoresheet HERE
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July 5th: KCL: Kytes devour Predators with first ever hat-trick:
Tokyo Predators C.C.: 118 (25 overs) (Dinesh Lakmal 4/4)
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 119/3 (11.5 overs) (Joel Chamberlain 60*)
Shizuoka Kytes C.C. beat Tokyo Predators C.C. by 7 wickets.
Umpires: Shafeeq Ur Rehman and Aamir Afridi (Nagoya)
Scorer: R-G. Martineau
Scoresheet HERE
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May 10th: Friendly: Rain Falls, Nagoya Swim, Kytes Sink:
C.C. of Nagoya: 186 (23.1 overs) (Saqib Khan 56, Ameer Afridi 32, Imran Khan (not that one) 30, Suresh Navod 4/22)
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 87 (30.2 overs) (Wasantha Deshapriya 31, Saqib Khan 4/16)
C.C. of Nagoya beat Shizuoka Kytes C.C. by 99 runs.
Scoresheet HERE
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June 14th: KCL: Kytes Win Return Battle of the Wides:
Indian Engineers C.C.: 124/9 (32.3 overs) (Arbab Mohammad 3/31)
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 125/5 (25.3 overs) (Dinesh Singh 3/19)
Shizuoka Kytes C.C. beat Indian Engineers C.C. by 5 wickets.
Umpires: Rajeez Nair & G.H. Gigo (Indian Tigers)
Scorer: R-G. Martineau
Scoresheet HERE
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May 10th: KCL: Kytes Come Back to Topple Nagoya:
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 160 (37.2 overs) (Mewan Kothalawala 33, Shaheen Atif 6/24)
C.C. of Nagoya: 152 (35 overs) (Shahensha Hussain 43, Saqib Khan 33, Nick Shannon 4/2)
Shizuoka Kytes C.C. beat C.C. of Nagoya by 8 runs.
Umpire: Vimal Vikrant Vardhan (Engineers)
Scorer: R-G. Martineau
Scoresheet HERE
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April 12th: PFC: Engineers Win Battle of the Wides:
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 142 (34.3 overs) (Mewan Kothalawala 49)
Indian Engineers C.C.: 143/8 (32.1 overs) (Dinesh Lakmal 3/30)
Indian Engineers C.C. beat Shizuoka Kytes C.C. by 2 wickets.
Scorer: R-G. Martineau
Scoresheet that doesn't add up HERE
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April 12th: KCL: Serendib Outbowl Kytes Again:
Serendib C.C.: 212 (34.3 overs) (Lasith Rathnamala 42, Dhanuka Samaranaya 30, Mewan Kothalawala 3/30, Dinesh Lakmal 3/34, Suresh Navod 3/38)
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 127 (27.2 overs) (Asanka Pallegedera 4/17, Shiron Dharshana 3/27)
Serendib C.C. beat Shizuoka Kytes C.C. by 85 runs.
Umpire and Scorer: R-G. Martineau
Scoresheet HERE
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March 29th: Friendly: Kytes Squeak Past Paddy's in Season Opener:
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 227 (35 overs) (Joel Chamberlain 47, Neil Harrison 36, Soni Tarun 3/43)
Paddy Foley's C.C.: 224/9 (35 overs) (Suleiman Rana 48, T Moore 43, Joel Chamberlain 4/69)
Shizuoka Kytes C.C. beat Paddy Foley's C.C. by 3 runs.
Scorer: R-G. Martineau
Scoresheet HERE
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2008
>>November 2nd: Friendly: 13 Adore not enough to outscore Kytes:
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 201/8 (35 overs) (Ashley Harvey 84)
Adore C..C.: 145/11 (35 overs) (Wataru Masuda 32, Mewan Kothalawala 3/33)
Shizuoka Kytes C.C. beat Adore C.C. by 56 runs.
Scorer: R-G. Martineau
For more details check HERE>>
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>>October 26th: PFC Semi-Final: Giants hold off Kytes rally:
Tokyo Giants C.C.: 162 (28.5 overs) (Hanif Mohammed 46, Suresh Navod 4/28, Ashley Harvey 3/30)
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 157/6 (32 overs) (Ashley Harvey 68*, Matt Sharpe 43)
Tokyo Giants C.C. beat Shizuoka Kytes C.C. by 5 runs.
Scorer: R-G. Martineau
For more details check HERE>>
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>>September 7th: KCL: Lalazar thrash woeful Kytes:
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 84 (18 overs) (Habib Hussain 5/14 - including the first hat-trick against Kytes, Gulzar Ahmed 3/10)
Lalazar C..C.: 85/2 (8 overs)
Lalazar C.C. beat Shizuoka Kytes C.C. by 8 wickets.
Scorer: R-G. Martineau
For more details check HERE>>
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>>August 24th: KCL: YCAC forfeit to Kytes
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>>August 2nd: Friendly: Serendib C.C. roast Kytes C.C.:
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 123 (31.4 overs) (Dhanuka S., 4/17)
Serendib C..C.: 124/4 (22 overs)
Serend C.C. beat Shizuoka Kytes C.C. by 6 wickets.
Scorer: R-G. Martineau
For more details check HERE>>
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>>July 6th: Friendly: Shizuoka Kytes comfortably beat Indian Tigers C.C, behind century partneship by Ashley Harvey and Arbab Mohammad: 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 263/5 (40 overs) (A. Harvey, 65; Arbab Mohammad, 54) 
Indian Tigers C.C.: 165 (30 overs) (Anil N.T., 44; Udaya Raj, 43) 
Shizuoka Kytes won by 98 runs 
Umpire: R-G. Martineau 
For more details check HERE>>
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>>June 22nd: KCL: Shizuoka Kytes C.C. vs. Indian Tigers C.C. Match rained out 
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>>June 15th: Friendly: Predators C.C. edge past Kytes despite M. Sharpe' unbeaten maiden century: 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 214/9 (40 overs) (M. Sahrpe: 102*) 
Predators C.C.: 215/7 (37.1 overs) (C. Mortimer, 91*) 
Predators C.C. won by 3 (4) wickets 
For more details check HERE>> 
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>>June 1st: KCL: Last wicket partnership helps Tokyo Giants CC past a resilient Shizuoka Kytes CC: 
Tokyo Giants CC: 257 (38 overs) (Naeem Ud Din, 60; Tauseef Azhar, 55; Ahmad Kamal, 50; Suresh Navod, 3/45; A. Harvey, 3/46) 
Shizuoka Kytes CC: 194 (37.1 overs) (L. Abbot, 48; A. Harvey, 36; Tauseef Azhar, 3/28) 
Tokyo Giants CC won by 63 runs 
For more details check HERE>> 
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>>May 25th: Friendly: Shizuoka Kytes CC vs. Indian Tigers CC. Match washed out 
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>>May 18th: Friendly: Kytes CC ease past CC of Nagoya: 
CC of Nagoya: 185 (24.5 overs) (A. Harvey, 4/18; M. Gibbins, 3/27; Riaz Hussain, 57; Raja, 31) 
Shizuoka Kytes CC: 187/5 (33.2 overs) (M. Sharpe, 93*; Shazar Hussain, 3/28) 
Shizuoka Kytes CC won by 5 wickets 
For more details check HERE>> 
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>>May 11th: KCI: Kytes CC vs. CC of Nagoya washed out 
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>>April 20th: Depleted Indian Engineers C.C. squeeze past even more depleted Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 138 (33.3 overs) (Arbab Mohammad, 57; Sanjeeb Sahoo, 3/31) 
Indian Engineers C.C.: 139/7 (33.5 overs) (Suresh Navod, 4/37) 
Indian Engineers C.C. won by 3 wickets 
Umpire: Anton McCloy 
See Scoresheet HERE>> 
For more details check HERE 
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>>April 6th: Pacific Cup: Kytes beat Paddy Foley's comfortably in spite of rearguard:  
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 214?9 (40 overs) (A. Harvey, 48; A. Burr, 3/40; J. Flew, 3/43) 
Paddy Foley's C.C.: 160 (29.2 overs) (Zahid Khan, 46; Arbab Mohammad, 4/25) 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C. won by 54 runs 
See Scoresheet HERE>> 
For more details check HERE 
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>>March 30th: 
Friendly vs. Indian Tigers CC rained out. 
More groundwork 
Check HERE 
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>>March 23rd: Wombats' firing power too much for Kytes in spite of Arbab Mohammad's heroics: 
Shizuoka Kytes CC: 141 (39.3 overs)P. Shackleford, 3/24 
Tokyo Wombats CC: 142/2 (25.4 overs) (G. Beath, 63; C. Jones, 34*) 
Tokyo Wombats CC won by 8 wickets 
Check HERE 
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>>March 20th: Pacific Cup Golden Bat 2008 Format and Trophy annouced and introduced! 
Check HERE 
>>March & April Kytes CC Schedule annouced! 
Check HERE 
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>>March 7th: Two more benches moved away to creat an even bigger pitch! 
Check HERE 
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The Board Of Honors (Horrors) has been updated! 
Check HERE 
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December 15th: 2007 Batting & Bowling Figures announced! 
Check HERE 
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>>November 25th: Friendly: Kytes comfortably beat Adore C.C. 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.:  238/6 (35 overs) (A. harvey, 66; L. Abbott, 53; Extras, 48) 
Adore C.C.: 152/6 (35 overs) (T. Ito, 56; Y. Terashi, 43*) 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C. won by 86 runs 
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>>November 11th: Friendly: Kytes C.C. comfortably beats MAX C.C. 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 200 (37.5 overs) (Extras, 79; A. Harvey, 56; S. Kobayashi, 3/30) 
MAX C.C.: 159 (34.4 overs) (S. Fujimoto, 37; Extras, 57; M. Sharpe, 4/26) 
Shizuoka Kytes c.C. won by 41 runs) 
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>>November 11th: Pacific Cup Final: Tokyo Wombats C.C. squeeze past Kytes thanks to their bowlers 
Tokyo Wombats C.C.: 139/8 (40 overs) (S. hashiba, 47) 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 104 (29.3 overs) (I. Gason, 4/19) 
Tokyo Wombats C.C. won by 35 runs 
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>>October 14th: Friendly: Kytes somehow squeeze past Paddy Foley's C.C, thanks to their bowlers 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 121 (20.5 overs) (N. Shannon, 37; D. Loveridge, 4/22; R. Hunt, 3/34) 
Paddy Foley's C.C.: 88 (22 overs) (Suresh Navod, 4/27; Dannushka Perera, 3/21) 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C. won by 33 runs 
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>>September 2nd: Friendly: C.C. of Nagoya crush Kytes 
C.C. of Nagoya: 268 (33.5 overs) (Ameer Afridi, 110; Hajmin, 39; A. Harvey, 3/36) 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 149 (A. Harvey, 50; Saqib Khan, 7/27) 
C.C. of nagoya won by 119 runs 
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>>August 5th: 20/Twenty: Indian Engineers' batting tto much for the Kytes 
Shizuoka Kytes: 138/6 (20 overs) (Bobby Philips, 3/28) 
Indian Engineers C.C.: 140/3 (16.1 overs) (Vimal Vikrant, 79*) 
Indian Engineers C.C. won by 7 wickets 
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>>July 8th: KCL: YCAC Bowlers bamboozle depleted Kytes side 
YCAC: 231 (31.5 overs (Prakansh Kale, 95; Kamran Ali, 56; Arbab Mohammad, 3/20) 
Shizuoa Kytes C.C.: 45 (18.1 overs) (Sayed Imran, 3/0; R. Leelansena, 3/11; Kamran Ali, 3/25) 
YCAC won by 186 runs 
Umpire: A. McCloy 
Scorer: R-G. Martineau 
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>>June 24th: Rain gets Kytes out of jail agaisnt very strong Tokyo Giants: 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 103 (18.5 overs) (J. Chamberlain, 30; Kamal Ahmad, 4/9) 
Match drawn 
Umpire: Saqib Khan 
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>>June 10th: KCL gamr vs. C.C. of Nagoya rained out 
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>>May 27h: Indian Engineers' batting too good for the Kytes 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 197 (40 overs) (M. Sharpe, 45; Extras, 60) 
Tokyo Indian Engineers: 198/4 (28.5 overs) (Viswa Gosh, 82; Extras, 52) 
Tokyo Indian Engineers C.C. won by 6 wickets 
Umpire: A. McCloy 
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>>April 23rd: First KCL game vs. Lalazar-Dragons C.C. washed out! (Drawn game) 
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>>Angus Liley and Benjamin Tomlinson's half centuries ensure Kytes victory over a plucky Paddy Foley's XI: 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 234/8 (35 overs) (A. Liley, 68; B. Tomlinson, 52; A. Burr, 3/24) 
Paddy Foley's C.C.: 176 (30.5 overs) (Suleiman Rana, 65; B. Tomlinson, 4/17 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C. won by 58 runs 
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>>April 1st: Kytes lose to Indian Engineers in soite of record-breaking partnership 
Shizuoka Kytes C,C.: 217/7 (35 overs) (M. Shaarpe, 73; A. Liley, 55; Ritesh Kakar, 3/36) 
Tokyo Indian Engneers c.C.: 218/6 (30.5 overs) (Vimal Vikrant, 52; Sanjeeb Sahoo, 45) 
Tokyo Indian Engineers c.C. won by 4 wickets 
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March 18th: Wombats too strong for the Kytes in 2007 opener: 
Tokyo Wombats C.C.: 296/6 (40 overs) (J. Shearer, 106; B. Pederson, 57; R. France, 52) 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 151 (37.5 overs) 
Tokyo Wombats C.C. won by 145 runs 
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>>February 24th: AGM 
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>>Annual Party at WAJIN! 
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>>December 19th: 
First ever Primary School club Match held in Shizuoka and Japan! 
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>>November 12th: Friendly against Paddy Foley's C.C. for Mark Timbrell's farewell: 
Nick knacked and Paddy whacked! 
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>>October 15th: 
Pacific Cup: depleted Kytes suffer heavy defeat in encounter with Tokyo Wombats C.C. 
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>>October 10th:: 
J1C 2007 D-1 play-offs: 
Millennium C.C. dump T.D. C.C. and Fuji Far East C.C. squeeze past Paddy Foley's C.C. to qualify. 
Friendly: Shizuoka Kytes C.C. ease past resilient Indian Engineers C.C.: 
Indian Engineers C.C.: 148 26.5 overs) (Extras, 49; A. Harvey, 3/20) 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 149/5 (20 overs) (M. Sharpe, 61) 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C. won by 5 wickets 
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>>Cricket demnstration held in Tachibana Elementary School, Shizuoka City, for new School Club! 
Read Report HERE>> 
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>>September 24th: Kanto Cricket league: 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C. beat Tokyo Bay Districts C.C. by walkover 
J1C: 
Tokyo Wombats CC too good for Fuji far East CC 

>>September 23rd: J1C 
Fuji Far East CC ensure their place in play-off for 2007 D-1 play-off: by upsetting Millennium CC 
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>>September 10th: Kanto Cricket League:  
Tokyo Giants C.C. come from behind twice to beat the Kytes in vital game: 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 214 (39.1 overs) (A. Harvey, 84; Malik Naseem, 4/27; Ahmad Kamal, 3/49) 
Tokyo Giants C.C.: 217/6 (31 overs) (Mumtaz Alam, 57*; C. H. Naveed, 30) 
Tokyo Giants C.C. won by 4 wickets 
Umpires: Shafiq Ur Rehman & Khurram Pervez 
Scorer: R-G. Martineau 
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>>August 2th: Kanto Cricket League: 
Disappointing Kytes 1st suffer humiliating defeat off C.C. of Nagoya 
C.C. of Nagoya 248 (32.3 overs) (Khurram Pervez, 92, Extras 55, Raja Akkram, 31; Riaz Hussain, 30; A. Harvey, 3/32; A. Liley 3/48, wides, 51) 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.:  99 (19.3 overs) (Atif Chaudhry, 4/17, Saqib Khan, 3/10) 
Nagoya won by 149 runs. 
Umpire: Kedar (Myoden) 
Scorer: N. Harrison 
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>>July 30th: Kanto Cricket League: 
Vimal Vikrant carries his bat to preserve Indian Engineers C.C.'s chances to D-1 promotion  
Indian Engineers c.C.: 327/8 (40 overs) (Vimal Vikrant, 154*; Sanganbaswa Kalgi , 32; Ritesh kakar, 30)  
Shizuoka Kytes C.C. 2nd: 130 (20 overs) (M. Sharpe, 51)  
Indian Engineers C.C. won by 197 runs  
Umpire: Babu Koshy Kannagil  
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>>July 23rd: Kanto Cricket League: 
Heavy rains ruin the day: 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C. 2nd vs. Al Karam C.C.: 
Match drawn (ground waterlogged) 
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>>July 16th: Kanto Cricket League: 
Depleted Kytes nonetheless booking their place in 2007 D-1 by beating old foes Friends XI for the first time! 
Friends XI C.C.: 166 (22.4 overs (Shakir Khan, 50; Umar Farooq Butt, 36; B. Tomlinson, 4/41) 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 167/7 (37.11 overs) (A. Harvey, 82) 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C. won by 3 wickets 
Umpire: Mumtaz Alam 
Read more HERE>> 
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>>July 9th: Kanto Cricket League: 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C. 2nd XI have to concede game to Yokohama C. & A.C. 
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>>July 2nd: Kanto Cricket League: 
Kytes start with a solid win over courageous newcomers Myoden C.C.: 
Shizuoka Kytes C.C.: 218/8 (A. Harvey, 60; A. Liley, 41*) 
Myoden C.C.: 128/7 Vesly Gracies, 32) 
Shizuoka Kytes won by 90 runs 
Read more HERE>> 
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>>June 25th: Friendly:  
Kytes back into form! 
Shizuoka Kytes CC: 270/7 (35 overs) (M. Sharpe, 77; Subodha Gunawardene, 50; A. Liley, 39) 
Topkyo British Embassy CC: 182 (B. Kininmont, 33; C. Thompson, 31; A. Winston, 30) 
Shizuoka Kytes won by 88 runs 
Read moreHERE>> 
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>>June 6th: First Coaching Session at Miwa Primary School (2006~7 Scholar Year): 
Read more HERE>> 
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>>June 4th: Kanto Cricket League EGM: 
New League to replace old one after official dissolution: 
At the EGM called by the Kanto Cricket League EGM following the resignation of 3 Committee members, the present League was dissolved and will be replaced by a new League of the same name to start on July 2nd. 
Check all the details HERE 
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>>May 30th: First coaching session at Shizuhata Naka Primary School! 
Read more HERE>> 

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