Welcome to the South Canterbury Cricket Association

“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.

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January 2017 and the 54th SI Primary Cricket Tournament is being held in South Canterbury.

Winter Training with coaches Dayle Hadlee, Peter Fulton, Nathan Morland & Andrew Reid

Draws, Results & Live Scoring



Live Scoring
Representative
Follow the links below for live match scoring SC Primary A v North Otago 26-2-2017

Cancellations Updates

SC Yr 5&6 Trial Match
This trial has been moved to Celtic Sports Ground. 1pm start. Please try and assemble by 12.30.


Ground & Draw Changes

SC Primary A v North Otago
This match today has shifted from Weston Park to Milner Park at Waitaki Boys High School, Oamaru.

Upcoming Events

Hawke Cup
Feb 11 - 12, 2017.
South Canterbury v Southland, Aorangi Oval.

Player Registration

Click here for Player Registration
Click the photo above to be taken to the player/club registration page. It is now compulsory for all cricketers in NZ to be registered. Simple to do just follow the instructions.

South Canterbury Cricket News

GB Indoor Centre Hire

Latest On Our Facebook Page

South Canterbury Cricket Office

SCCA Website

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.

Sponsors

Sponsors

Don’t forget to visit and support our generous sponsors, without whom South Canterbury Cricket would struggle to survive.

 

DB Breweries

Archived Photos

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Chris Martin

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