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Brunei
Flag of Brunei
Flag of Brunei
ICC membership granted 1992
ICC member status Affiliate member
ICC development region Asia
World Cricket League division n/a
ACC Trophy division Challengers
Captain Manzur Ahmed
Coach {{{current_coach}}}
First recorded match 6 September 1996 v Japan at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
As of 31 July 2007

The Brunei cricket team is the cricket team that represents the country of Brunei in international cricket matches. They became an affiliate member of the International Cricket Council in 1992. [1]

Their first appearance in an international tournament came in the 1996 ACC Trophy. They failed to progress beyond the first round, and were not seen in the tournament again until 2006 where once failed to progress beyond the first round, although their final group match saw the remarkable occurrence of their opponents Saudi Arabia scoring 499 runs against them, [2] giving them a somewhat unwanted place in cricket history.

Brunei National Team

The national team as of November 2006 consists of:

  • Manzur Ahmed
  • Sujay J. Kamat
  • Manjunath D. B.
  • Mir Basharath Ahamed
  • Khalid Mehmood Khan
  • Stephen Whitely
  • Muhamed Shefeer Shereef
  • Arafat Mahbub
  • Ali Yousuf Sani
  • Ahmed Nafi
  • Mueed Ozair Mian
  • Packir Maideen Abdullah
  • Arun Korah Philip
  • Bilal Javed
  • Noor Alam Khan
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