Kings VIII triumph to become 2012 World Champions!

Congratulations to Kings VIII who hit great form on route to taking out the 2012 World Championships in Cape Town, South Africa. Player of tournament, George Wolhuter, led his team's charge with the bat as the Centurion lads upset the odds to reach the final, where they dispatched of former World Champions Mephobia.

Kings VIII have now risen to number 1 in the world team rankings, and are $10,000 better off as a result! We look forward to seeing Stefan Nelson and his boys defending their title on English soil at the World Championships in 2013!

Read the full 2012 World Champs tournament review here


Last Man Stands TV - Watch all the best World Champs Action

The Western Province Cricket Club proved a fantastic location for some stunning video footage of the 2012 World Championships. Many classic cricketing moments were captured on the cameras, some good - others not so good. So check out the new LMS TV page via the link below to watch all the highlights from a great tournament!

Watch LMS TV on this link

Neil McKenzie makes his debut with the Massai Cricket Warriors

South African international Neil McKenzie proved to be a great sport as he made his debut at the 2012 World Championships for the Maasai Cricket Warriors. McKenzie was up against it with former South African international Garnet Kruger in the opposition bowling line up, but he didn't fail to disappoint with a solid display with the bat and a hidden talent for traditional African dancing!

Check out McKenzie's debut and dance with the Massai Cricket Warriors here...

Maasai Cricket Warriors prove a hit at 2012 World Champs

Thanks to all those who contributed to a great cause by helping the Maasai Cricket Warriors make the trip from remote Kenya to the LMS World Champs in Cape Town. Although they failed to win on South African soil, the Maasai proved a great hit both on and off the field, even attracting the attention of the Australian national news the other side of the planet!

We hope to be able to help the Maasai travel to future World Championships, and look forward to helping out further with a great cause - both on and off the cricket field. For more info about this great charity cause visit their website -

Check out the clip below for the Australian national TV news piece on the Maasai's trip to the LMS World Championships...

Watch ABC's news piece on the Maasai Cricket Warriors trip to the World Champs via this link