Drennan leads Geraldine to victory

One century and eight half centuries were scored in senior cricket on Saturday, but it was Hamish Drennan who was the toast of Geraldine at Aorangi Oval after he removed the first four Timaru batsmen and then compiled an important 39 with the bat to keep...

SC Just Miss Out in Hawke Cup Battle of Heavyweights

Despite a brilliant unbeaten innings of 94 by 17 year old Alexander McKenzie, South Canterbury fell 28 runs short of a first innings win against Canterbury Country in their final Hawke Cup elimination match of the season, and will probably finish second as Canterbury...

Narrow defeat for South Canterbury Yr 5 & 6

South Canterbury’s Year 5 and 6 cricket team had a close loss to Christchurch Metro at the Canterbury Districts primary tournament in Rangiora yesterday. South Canterbury batted first and were all out for 109. Top scorers were Alistair Harvey 23, Matt Mackenzie...

Yr 5 and 6 Team Has Win

SOUTH CANTERBURY’S year 5 and 6 cricket team had a convincing win against Buller at the Canterbury District’s primary tournament in Rangiora yesterday. They scored 235-9 and in reply Buller were all out for 91. Coach-manager Ants de Joux said the win was a...

SC fielded and bowled well despite loss to Canterbury Country

THE South Canterbury year 5 and 6 primary boys’ cricket team had a close loss to Canterbury Country South on day two of the South Island primary tournament in Rangiora yesterday. South Canterbury batted first and were all out for 118. Top scorers were Ben de...

Hawke Cup: South Canterbury Win on 1st Innings

 South Canterbury travelled to Ashburton for their latest round in the Hawke Cup to take on Mid Canterbury. With inclement weather forecast, winning the toss and asking them to bat first looked like the best way of maximizing points. Early breakthroughs by opening...

Senior: Waimate win despite loss of overs

In the feature club game at Aorangi Oval in the latest round of the Daily Freightways One Day Competition, Waimate managed to chase down the target set by Star with two balls to spare and retain their position at the top of the table despite losing two overs because...

Yr 5 & 6 Cricket Tournament News

Shaky start leaves local boys behind A NERVOUS start with the bat cost the South Canterbury years five and six primary boys’ cricket team a loss on day one of their South Island tournament in Rangiora yesterday. The team were up against Christchurch Metro and...

Sweltering Heat Affects Games

Sweltering heat caused tough playing conditions for the South Canterbury Primary A boys cricket team at the South Island Primary Schools tournament in Rangiora this week. The young side fought hard but had two losses in their final two days. They did however walk away...

Primary A boys draw against Otago Country

THE South Canterbury primary A boys cricket team struck a draw in yesterday’s play of the South Island Primary Schools tournament in Rangiora. The team were up against Otago Country, formerly Central Otago, who after two days were sitting first equal in the...

Win & Loss for SC Primary team after first 2 days

South Canterbury side play well Jan 5 2009 THE primary school cricket tournament has got into full swing in Rangiora, and South Canterbury made a good start. Coach and manager John Threlkeld said the side had put up a good fight against Marlborough in the first day of...

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