Due to the ever-developing situation of the coronavirus and the swiss governments attempts to contain it. ALL BDJCC EVENTS are cancelled until the 3rd of April.
By Pete Veal The U15 Dragons team took part in the U15 Gingins tournament in Carouge, Geneva over the weekend of 24-25th November. There were 5 teams playing in a round-robin format, 9-a-side with each team playing each other once. The … Continued
Written by Jason Walden and Pete Veal On Sat saw over 60 players, parents and siblings gather at the Bachgraben pitch for the highly anticipated players versus parents match. First up was the junior match which saw the mighty U9s … Continued
Source: Cricket Switzerland, https://www.cricketswitzerland.ch/news/2019/junior-zuoz-report/ The middle weekend of June once again saw the Zuoz Junior Festival of cricket, hosted by the Lyceum Alpinum. Recent storms unfortunately meant one of the pitches was out of use due to water-logging, meaning the … Continued
The weekend of the 6/7th April saw the last of the Basel Indoor Tournaments, this one at U15 Level. The tournament consisted of 5 teams, hosts Basel Dragons, Geneva Regional Youth Cricket Club (GRYCC), La Chat / Zurich combined, Swiss U13 … Continued
As in the last years, Twenty20 Cricket Company will once again run a cricket camp, July 15-19, 2019. Details including registration in the pdf that can be downloaded below.
The U15 Dragons team took part in the U15 Gingins tournament in Geneva over the weekend of 24-25th November. There were 5 teams, resulting in a round-robin format, each team playing each other once. The other teams were Geneva Regional Youth … Continued
The club awards for season 2017/18 were presented on September 22, 2018 at Bachgraben during the break in the Dads & Mums v Lads & Daughters matches. The winners were: U11 Most Improved Player Sai K U11 Player of the … Continued
The Dragons U15s won the 2018 Swiss outdoor tournament held at Zuoz on June 16 & 17. Three teams competed in the tournament each playing the other twice. The Dragons, helped by Leon and Joshua from the Lyceum school, were … Continued