Season’s Batting Averages Dominated by Celtic

The cricket season has just finished with the Celtic senior team winning the Tweedy Cup two day, the Daily Freightways one day and the inaugural Twenty20 competitions, while Temuka grabbed the runner-up spots in the both the main competitions and Star were runners-up...

Tweedy Cup win gives Celtic treble

Celtic captain Dan Laming led his team to victory over Temuka in the final of the Tweedy Cup after he backed up a superb innings of 174 by taking 3-44 with the ball. This capped off a fine season for Celtic after having already won the Twenty20 and One Day...

John Threlkeld still hanging about

[singlepic id=90 w=320 h=240 float=left]After more than 30 years in club cricket, John Threlkeld still loves to be in the middle of the action. Previously involved in cricket in North Canterbury, Threlkeld moved to South Canterbury in 1980, and since has held a...

2009-2010 Season Prizegiving

The end of season prizegiving will be held in the Speights Ale House on Thursday, April 15th 2010 commencing at 7.00pm. All cricketers and supporters are welcome. No...

Temuka make Tweedy Cup final 9 wickets down

Temuka secured the second Tweedy Cup final spot after beating Geraldine outright over the weekend, a good comeback after being 37 runs behind on the first innings. For Temuka it will be their second final against Celtic this season and a chance to redeem their loss in...

Mixed results for SC juniors

South Canterbury’s three junior representative cricket teams played their counterparts from Dunedin Metro in matches in Dunedin on Sunday. The A game was a high-scoring affair, notable for Chris Hogan scoring his maiden century in reaching 103 not out. Winning...

Temuka move into clear 2nd in Tweedy Cup

While Celtic notched up their fourth consecutive outright victory in the Tweedy Cup, it was Temuka with a convincing win by eight wickets over Waimate who leapt out of the log jam for second place and appear best placed with one round to play to meet Celtic in the...

ICC Centenary Medals

Harvey King, was one of 50 NZ recipients to receive the ICC Centenary medal in recognition of their long-serving voluntary contribution to the game. The medals are an expression of gratitude for the unsung work of those volunteers who ensure cricket is a great sport...

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