“Promoting, organising, fostering, managing and controlling the game of cricket in South Canterbury”
SC Cricket administrates all facets of cricket in a region stretching from the Rangitata river to the Waitaki river in Senior, Second (2 sections) and Fourth grades, as well as strong JAB (Junior Cricket) sections and womens cricket. Cricket has been played in Timaru and South Canterbury since about 1861 and the SCCA looks after everything from its offices in the Graeme Blanchard Cricket Centre at Aorangi Park, Timaru, where two full time staff are situated.
- Ron Biggar Memorial remains in Ashburton: 19/11/2014 South Canterbury’s very promisi...
- South Canterbury Boys U17 Tournament team named: 18/11/2014 The South Canterbury U17 team to pl...
- Tarrant hat-trick sets up Temuka win: 18/11/2014 Vaughan Tarrant's first-ever ha...
- World Cup Trophy Tour: 13/11/2014 Don't miss out! Get to Aorangi ...
- SC Representative teams to play this weekend Nov 16 - Updated: 10/11/2014 Ron Biggar Memorial South Canter...
- Laming brothers dominate SC club cricket: 10/11/2014 Celtic's James and Dan Lami...
- Friday Night Junior Bash Under Way: 09/11/2014 The South Canterbury Cricket "Junio...
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Weekend Ground/Draw Changes:
TBHS Crusaders v South Canterbury Girls is now at MVHS 3, NOT School Park
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The SCCA website is the central point for all SC cricket clubs to be able to check draws, send results, view competition points and read news related to rep matches, sponsors, meetings, coaching and development for juniors through to senior grades.