Pitch Covers For Sale

The Board has received funding approval to purchase new covers for Aorangi Oval. There will be two covers for sale. One is in better shape than the other. Any Club interested in purchasing one or both of the covers should submit a written price by 13 January. I would...

Twenty/20 Tournament

This weekend sees the inaugural SC Cricket Board Twenty/20 Tournament which will be played between four teams throughout the day at the Aorangi Oval on December 20th.         There should be plenty of fun and entertainment for players and spectators alike with The...

All going to plan in SC Hawke Cup Campaign

Outright victory by 8 wickets for South Canterbury over Buller in the latest round of the Hawke Cup means that the 08/09 campaign is definitely on track, and reverses a disappointing result against Buller last season. New coach Richard Davidson said that “not...

Topsy Turvy Cricket Competition Continues.

The latest round of senior cricket again produced some interesting results with all home teams losing as the season continued in a topsy-turvy manner. Although some clubs were affected by the loss of players to representative duty, Geraldine this week contributed to...

Teahen & Danby excel as Temuka beat Celtic

ANOTHER outstanding bowling performance by Kevin Teahen with 7-20 to follow up team-mate Julian Danby’s second century of the season delivered Temuka a crushing 103-run victory over defending champions Celtic in the latest round of the Daily Freightways Trophy....

Brad proves a hat-trick king

A WAIMATE cricketer played an almost perfect game recently. Brad King scored a century with the bat and took a hat-trick with the ball in a game against Timaru Boys High School in Waimate. The 15-year-old has been playing cricket for about five years. While he has...

SewHoy stars with 76 as Waimate upset Celtic

Waimate produced a major upset when Jason SewHoy batting at No 8 produced a powerful display of clean hitting to score an unbeaten 76 and see Waimate through to victory over Celtic. Temuka succumbed to Star in just 24 overs while Timaru were unable to field a full...

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