Captain of Cricket
Paul Watkins
Mobile : 9278-1066

Regardless of its international reputation, the Hong Kong Cricket Club did not, and could not, exist on Interports and Friendly matches alone. Competitive league cricket is the backbone of the Club's day-to-day existence.

HKCC currently runs three teams in the domestic Saturday League competition and three teams in the Sunday League. Additionally, the Club provides teams in all junior league competitions (Under 13 to Under 19) and the HKCA Women's League.

The Cricket season runs from late September through to early May and Club team net practices are held under lights every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evening starting from 6:30 p.m.. Ladies' team practices are held on Friday evenings.

HKCC also organises junior coaching programmes in association with Hong Kong Cricket Assocation throughout the year. For more details please click on The Gappers.


HAWK-EYE - The Worlds Leading Cricket Analysis Tool

In 2009, the Hong Kong Cricket Club invested in ‘Hawk-Eye’ for the very first time. Due to a regular rotation of the Coaching Staff and with a relative lack of knowledge surrounding Hawk-Eye, it had been massively underutilised.


Hawk-Eye is back with a vengeance and with the help of our highly trained Coaching staff; the Hong Kong Cricket Club hold all the tools necessary to provide you with the most in-depth feedback you are likely to come across in your career!

Book in for your session today!

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News / Events
Message from Captain of Cricket

By Paul Watkins

Welcome to another season of cricket at the Hong Kong Cricket Club and my first as the Captain of Cricket. Having been part of the Club for the past 14 years, I have come to appreciate the special place that we occupy in the cricketing world. Our relationships with some of the oldest and most influential cricketing bodies far outweigh our size and I look forward to continuing to foster and enhance those relationships we have worked so hard to develop.

We must ensure that HKCC continues to play a leadership role in the development of cricket in the Hong Kong community and also in Mainland China. There is huge potential for growth of the game in China and it is imperative for
Hong Kong cricket to develop its local Chinese players and continue to support and lead community initiatives. Recently, we have led programmes with Po Leung Kuk, and the Ebenezer School, and our Schools Programme continues to be popular with local and international schools.

I'd like to take this opportunity to thank Darren Tucker, the outgoing Captain of Cricket for his tireless work in the role and the amazing cont ribution he has made in and around the Club. Under his stewardship we have completed major tours to South Africa, England and Australia, as well as hosting numerous incoming tours including Melbourne Cricket Club and the SCG XI.

For more News on Club Cricket, click on "The Pinkun"

HKCC UK Cricket Tour 2014

For more News on Club Cricket, click on "The Pinkun"


Cricket Captains 2014-15 Season

Captain of Cricket
Head Cricket Coach
Premier League
Gap Ramblers
Taverners (Convenor)
Ladies Cricket
Willow Wielders
Junior Cricket

Paul Watkins
Simon Cook
Courtney Kruger
David Varley
Andrew Norwood
Tim Whisker
David Jacquier
Charlie Bright
Travis Smithson
George Lamplough
Anita Miles
Ishitaa Gidwani
Alvina Tam
Gary Wines






Last updated : 03 September 2014 14:46