Good Crowd at Prizegiving

While the number of senior club players and representative players at the South Canterbury Cricket Association end of season prizegiving was disappointing, the heart of cricket in the region is alive and well with a good turnout of youth cricketers, their families and...

South Canterbury Cricket Prizegiving 2012-13

SCCA Trophy Cabinet 2012 – 2013 South Canterbury Cricket’s end-of-season prizegiving for the 2012-13 season was held on March 27th in sponsor The Speights Ale House Function Centre. The Wednesday evening 6.00pm start proved popular with a large number of...

Primary YR 5+6 lose final encounter of season

The South Canterbury Year 6 team won the toss and chose to bat first against Christchurch Metro at CSG 2 in their final representative match of the 2012-13 season. Captain Luka Foy was the only batsmen to handle the extra pace of the Metro bowlers as he batted right...

Celtic Pirates win JAB A Grade Final

The Celtic Pirates successfully chased down the target of 131 to win set by Pleasant Point in the South Canterbury Cricket JAB A Grade final today. Congratulations to the Pirates. A few more photos can be seen on our Facebook...

SCCA Prizegiving Night

The South Canterbury Cricket Association End-of-Season Prizegiving Night is being held in the Function Centre, upstairs at the Speights Ale House on Wednesday evening at 6.00pm. Competition cups, trophies and individual awards will be presented during the evening...

Hawke Cup shot falls short

An improved second innings could not save South Canterbury’s Hawke Cup challenge falling short against Bay of Plenty in Rotorua at the weekend. In the end the holders retained the trophy for minor association supremacy by five wickets. For South Canterbury the...

Key to cup bid rests on bowlers

Dismissing Bay of Plenty could be South Canterbury’s biggest challenge in their fight for the Hawke Cup starting in Rotorua today. Bay of Plenty lifted the long-time symbol of minor association supremacy off Hamilton by scoring a huge 701 to rewrite their...

It would be a pity to waste shot at glory

OPINION: It is my belief South Canterbury can win the Hawke Cup this weekend but the team will have to perform at maximum capacity. By Timaru Herald reporter Jacob Page The three-day challenge match against holders Bay of Plenty, at Rotorua’s Smallbone Park,...

Hawk Cup Preview: Woods turns pain into gain

Back in November, Englishman Matt Woods cut a lonely figure beyond the boundary at Aorangi Oval, muttering under his breath after being carted for 94 runs in his 10-over spell against Dunedin Metro. Fast forward five months and the 21-year-old quick bowler is arguably...

Coach rates Cup prospects

South Canterbury cricket coach Robin Beeby believes he has the best players possible to bring the Hawke Cup back to the province for the second time. This is despite missing out on the services of all-rounder Ben McCord for the province’s first Hawke Cup...

Primary A & Primary Yr 6 Practices

South Canterbury Primary A team for practice Thursday 14th March 5 30 at Graeme Blanchard Cricket Centre William Johnson, Ben Davenport, Gabriel Evans, William Sharp, Ben Thomson, Isaac Kinney, Ben Stayt, Ed Heenan, Lachie Harper, Charlie Martin, James Arscott, Ted...

Magpies lose deciding game

Celtic secured the Tweedy Cup without bowling a ball on the final day of the senior club cricket round-robin competition on Saturday, after Star upset Temuka by five wickets. The Magpies controlled their own destiny and needed just to beat bottom-of-the-table Star at...
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