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by: conrad_a_bedford

Bonn, Bochum and Mönchengladbach are ready for ICC European Championships

NRW prepare to welcome Europe’s youth cricketers

In two weeks NRW will find itself in the middle of the ICC European Championships (Division 2) for Under 17s. This is something that has been long awaited in NRW, and it is the first time that this part of Germany has hosted such a prestigious competition.


The ten competing nations will play in the cities of Bonn, Bochum and Mönchengladbach in a tournament lasting seven days in which each nation will play five matches.

The fixtures are as follows – all games start at 11am.

Bonn – Bad Godesberg, Martin-Luther-King-Straße

Sat. 9 August, Greece vs. SPAIN
Sun 10 August, Gibraltar vs. Switzerland
Mon 11 August, France vs. Italy
Tue 12 August, Rest Day
Wed 13 August, Germany vs. Isle of Man
Thu 14 August, Belgium vs. Switzerland
Fri 15 August, Final for 3rd/4th Place

Bochum-Wattenscheid, Auf der Esch

Sat. 9 August, Isle of Man vs. Italy
Sun 10 August, Germany vs. Israel
Mon 11 August, Belgium vs. SPAIN
Tue 12 August, Rest Day
Wed 13 August, Gibraltar vs. Greece
Thu 14 August, France vs. Israel
Fri 15 August, Final for 5th/6th place

Mönchengladbach – JHQ Rheindahlen

Sat. 9 August, Germany vs. France and Belgium vs. Gibraltar
Sun 10 August, France vs. Isle of Man and Belgium vs. Greece
Mon 11 August, Isle of Man vs. Israel and Greece vs. Switzerland
Tue 12 August, Rest Day
Wed 13 August, Italy vs. Israel and SPAIN vs. Switzerland
Thu 14 August, Germany vs. Italy and Gibraltar vs. SPAIN
Fri 15 August, Final plus 7th/8th and 9th/10th finals

All locations have undergone renovations in the run up to the tournament. JHQ has had two new pitches laid and a considerable lick of paint. Bochum have relaid their playing surface, whilst the city of Bonn have relaid the outfield at the Bonn pitch.

We are ready, and look forward to seeing as many supporters as possible attend the matches.


Brian Mantle

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