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The Executive Board of the ACC has met on multiple occasions to evaluate the impact of the COVID- 19 pandemic on the Asia Cup tournament scheduled in September 2020.

From the onset the Board was keen on organising the tournament as per the original schedule. However, travel restrictions, country-specific quarantine requirements, fundamental health risks and social distancing mandates have posed as substantial challenges to the holding of the Asia Cup. Above all, the risks related to health and safety of participating players, support staff, commercial partners, fans and the cricketing community were deemed to be significant.

Accordingly, the Board, after careful consideration of all the above factors, has determined that the Asia Cup 2020 be postponed. Conducting the event in a responsible manner remains the priority of the ACC and the Board is hopeful that the tournament will be held in 2021. The ACC is currently working towards securing June 2021 as a suitable window for the same.

It may also be noted that the hosts for the Asia Cup 2020, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), has exchanged hosting rights for the tournament with Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC). Through this arrangement, the SLC will now host the rescheduled Asia Cup expected in June 2021 while the PCB will host the Asia Cup 2022.


Please find the SCA guidelines for safe return to playing and practicing cricket during Phase 2 of the post-circuit breaker period approved by SportSG below. Ensure these guidelines are followed strictly.

Cricket matches are not allowed during Phase 2 of the post-circuit breaker period.

We will keep you posted if there are any changes to these directives.

Safe Return to Cricket Plan V1.4_18 Jun 2020

Men’s T20 Asia Cup 2020 Qualifier is scheduled to be held in August 2020 in Malaysia in which following teams will participate

Hong Kong

Men’s T20 qualifier will be played among above-mentioned teams (finalists of regional tournaments) in a single league format. Team securing maximum points will qualify for Men’s T20 Asia Cup 2020, scheduled for September 2020.

Mr. John Cecil Cooke, one of the longest-serving SCA officials and a former SCA President, passed away in Perth on 13 May 2020. He was 91.
Mr. Cooke played a pivotal role when Singapore became an associate member of the ICC in 1974. He took Singapore cricket to greater heights by successfully organizing inter-club tournaments, tours, inter-state and representative fixtures and made an everlasting effort to encourage the growth of cricket in Singapore.
“Cecil was a passionate cricketer both as a player and as an administrator,’’ said SCA President Mahmood Gaznavi. “He was responsible for prodding numerous youngsters to pursue cricket and many of them went on to form the backbone of the national team for several years.”


“His intense connection with cricket was exemplified by his constant appearances at cricket venues; as a player, a spectator and someone who looked to improve the younger lot of players. He will be sadly missed. He lived well after retiring in Perth, Australia, in the late 1980s, a fulsome life and I’m sure with no regrets.”



SCA extends its condolences to Mr. Cooke’s family and all his loved ones.

Dav Whatmore and the phrase “relegation” don’t quite go together. However, in his third season in charge of Indian state side Kerala, they finished second from last in their Ranji Trophy campaign. 

Therefore, it was hardly surprising that he opted against extending his stay with the team when his contract expired in early February this year.

7,500 km away, the Singapore Cricket Association (SCA) sensed an opportunity. They were in the market for a head coach after Bilal Asad left to take charge of neighbours Malaysia. The SCA wasted no time in securing the services of Whatmore, announcing his appointment on an interim basis just a one week after the end of Kerala’s season.

Whatmore’s appointment was regarded as a major coup for one of the world’s fastest-improving cricketing nations.

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TENDER NOTICE                                                                               

Ref: SCA/IA-TN-002
Date- 10/04/2020
Closing on 15th June 2020, 5:00 pm



Singapore Cricket Association invites tenderers to submit bids for:
Design, delivery and installation of pole and ball stop netting alongside to the Balasteir road at the open field at 69, Balestier Rd, Singapore 329677
Phone: +65 6291 2556 (Singapore Indian Association grounds)
Prospective tenderers must visit the site at  69, Balestier Rd, Singapore 329677
Phone: +6582679637  Email –,


  • Bidders must have a relevant track record and experience to provide the services.
  • Bidders must satisfy all technical and commercial requirements contained in this document.
  • All costs related to temporary structures and supplies shall be borne by the successful contractor.
  • The successful contractor shall be responsible for any damage at site or part of building on-site by the contractor or his workmen or agents. All reinstatement work must be made good to the satisfaction of the Singapore Cricket Association and the Singapore Indian Association.
  • All works at the site shall be carried out during office hours between 8 am to 6 pm from Monday to Saturday. No work shall be carried out on Public Holiday/Sunday unless otherwise approved. The successful contractor shall, in any case, submit a work schedule for approval after the award of the tender.
  • The successful contractor must ensure that necessary warning signage and safety barricades are in place at all times during installation and shall undertake all safety precautions and indemnify the Singapore Cricket Association and the Indian Association against all claims and damages including claims from 3rd parties and public arising from any adverse occurrences at worksites in possession of contractor.
  • All works shall comply in all respect with any relevant Statutory Regulation, Bye-Laws and other Regulations currently in force. PE endorsements and relevant permissions and Govt. approvals are the responsibility of the contractor for this tender.
  • Particular attention is required for the structural strength of Poles and netting.
  • The Singapore Cricket Association reserves the right to cancel any request for tender at any time.


The successful contractor will be required to:

  • Design and erect a structurally sturdy 25-metre pole (with PE endorsement) for the roadside of Balestier road to ensure as indicated in attached “Ball Stop Netting”.
  • Provide and install a black colour knotted netting.
  • Poles must come with a Pully with a metal cable to replace the netting.
  • All Govt. approvals responsibility of vendor to obtain.
  • PE endorsed plan is required to be submitted by successful contractor.


  • All components shall be designed and manufactured as a system
  • Durability: All exposed components shall be constructed of corrosion resistant material and/or coated to help prevent corrosion.
  • All exposed carbon steel shall be hot dip galvanized per ASTM A123.
  • All exposed aluminium shall be powder coated with high performance polyester or anodized.
  • All exterior reflective inserts shall be anodized, coated, and protected from direct environmental exposure to prevent reflective degradation or corrosion.
  • All exposed hardware and fasteners shall be stainless steel of 18-8 grade or better, passivated and coated with aluminium-based thermosetting epoxy resin for protection against corrosion and stress corrosion cracking.
  • Structural fasteners may be carbon steel and galvanized meeting ASTM A153 and ISO/EN 1461 (for hot dipped galvanizing), or ASTM B695 (for mechanical galvanizing).


  • Wind Loads: Wind loads shall be based on the 2009 International Building Code.  Wind loads to be calculated using ASCE 7-05, a design wind speed of 100mph, Exposure Category C and wind importance factor of 1.0.
  • Structural Design: The stress analysis and safety factor of the mounting brackets shall conform to 2009 AASHTO Standard Specification for Structural Supports for Highway Signs, Luminaires, and Traffic Signals (LTS-5).


  • A 10-Year Warranty: Successful contractor / manufacturer shall supply a signed warranty covering the entire system for 10 years from the date of installation.
  • Warranty shall guarantee specified poles; include all individual nut, bolts and maintenance.
  • Warranty shall cover all parts and labor expenses including lift rental if needed.
  • A sample warranty document is to be submitted by bidder, the contents of which will go into evaluation.


  • Appointed Contractor has to take Contractors’ All Risk Insurance and Work Injury Compensation Insurance before starting of any works. All the documents need to submit to SCA at least one week prior to the commencement of works.


There will be two progress payments as follows:

  1. The Contractor shall submit to SCA, a copy of 1st progress payment upon delivery of material. SCA will certify the claim and process it for payment.
  2. Final payment upon completion of whole works.
  3. There will be 5% retention sum from the total contract price for 6 months (during Defects Liability Period) and will be released upon completion of DLP.


Bidders are required to submit the following:

  • Tender submission document (sample enclosed – duly signed to indicate acceptance.
  • Price submission form (format enclosed – duly filled and signed without qualifications. Bidders who have deviations or alternative proposals may indicate so in a separate document and submit for consideration).
  • Product Brochures – for poles and netting.
  • Proposed Warranty Document, including the proposed DLP for other materials supplied and workmanship.
  • The list of contractors who will be undertaking installation if awarded.
  • Price validity if applicable.

All bids must be submitted at
#03-31, 229 Mountbatten Square Singapore 398007
P: (65) 6348 6566 | F: (65) 6348 6506
Date: – 15th June 2020,  Time:-  5:00 pm