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Simulation cricket goes pink for breast cancer awareness

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month, and in an initiative started in 2006, websites all over the world are going pink to raise awareness. has also gone pink to help the cause. Australian batsmen ... Read More

Player Profile: krb107's inability at ODI level

krb107 has been's preferred wicket keeper since their first ODI in early 2006.

Often, krb107 and StorbinC have been in direct competition for the spot as team keeper. At times, the batting stocks have ... Read More
About SCA:

The Simulation Cricket Authority (SCA) was founded in Sydney, Australia, in January 2006. The SCA officiates simulation cricket games between a number of websites. The rules of simulation cricket are varied slightly to the rules of cricket, due to the fact that the games are conducted via the internet.

Currently, the SCA has seven full members with both Test and One Day International status, in addition to one affiliate member, with One Day International status alone.

In addition to Test and One Day International matches, Twenty20 cricket is also played occasionally. is the official website of the Simulation Cricket Authority, and has regular visitors from the United States of America, Holland, Spain, England, Canada and Australia.
Latest Results: vs
Only ODI got over with considerable ease today at the WACA ground in Perth. In the first simulation cricket match of 2008, the batsmen didn't look at all rusty, with crazyolelady smashing 75 to get the team off to a good start. The bowling looked ordinary, with only Red XIII bowling 10 overs at a decent economy rate. He took 2/47. Of the other bowlers, p2p-sharing-rules, the new spearhead with BONGOMAN out of the squad, did the most damage with 4/68. prototech (0/62) and tunebud (0/52) remained wicketless on a pitch tailormade for fast bowling.

The part time spin of battye caused the batsmen some problems, his one over going ... Read More

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