South Canterbury Tournament Rep Teams

Under 17 Team to play in Aoraki Trust Regional Tournament to be held in Timaru on 8-12 December 2008. B. Brown, S.Carlaw (Vice Captain), N.Galwey, J.Harper, B.Leonard, J.Naylor, S.Porter, L.Taylor, M.Walker, T.Walsh, S.Ward(Captain), W Wright Practice Tuesday night...

SC beaten in rare match against Nth Otago

SOUTH CANTERBURY hosted Hanan Districts neighbours North Otago at the weekend in the first cricket match to be played between the provinces in more than 10 seasons, even though North Otago are one of South Canterbury’s closest neighbours. Since the Hawke Cup was...

Teams need to pick up the pace

SLOW over rates by some teams on a hot day and without the benefit of official umpires to push them along meant that two games didn’t finish until nearly 7.30pm as teams played on to meet the new requirements of overs to be bowled in a day. The extension from 90...

Pagan leads Geraldine to stunning victory

Stephen Pagan returned to a Geraldine team deep trouble at 55-7 overnight and batting at number 10 compiled a fine 77 not out as Geraldine gained a first innings lead and eventually outright victory over Star, while a moving tribute by the Timaru and Celtic players...

SC Cricket mournes loss of Andrew ‘Rowdy’ McLachlan

The Timaru Cricket Club and South Canterbury cricket will not be the same after the tragicĀ death of Andrew ‘Rowdy’ McLachlan in a car accident. Funeral arrangements are yet to be made but the article as printed in the Timaru HeraldĀ can be read below....

South Canterbury out-batted by Suburban’s Fielding

CHRISTCHURCH Suburban batsman Matt Fielding stole the game away from South Canterbury with an unbeaten 139 from only 141 balls, despite batting with a runner for almost his entire innings, as Suburban scored the 8 runs required off the last over to seal victory. South...

Schoolboy snaffles seven-wicket bag

SIXTEEN-YEAR-OLD Sam Carlaw was the toast of Celtic as he took 7-99 bowling his left arm orthodox spinners against Timaru, helping to dismiss them in their first innings for 236, while in Waimate Kevin Teahen was back to his lethal best taking 6-9 as Waimate crumbled...

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