Maiden Senior Centuries for 2 Waimos

Bat finally dominated ball three weeks into the South Canterbury senior 45-over cricket competition with Waimate, Celtic and Timaru all notching impressive victories. Waimate pulled off a superb run chase thanks to maiden centuries from Nathan Sew Hoy (121 not out)...

Primary A & Yr 6 Rep Teams Announced

The South Canterbury Primary A team to play at the South Island Primary Tournament, Gore Jan 6-10 2014 Ben Thomson          (captain) Gabriel Evans           (vice captain) Ben Stayt Edward Heenan Ben Davenport William Johnson Ted Grigg James Arscott Tom McFarlane...

Medlicott back for second turn & new Board elected

Mark Medlicott is back as acting chief executive of South Canterbury Cricket. South Canterbury Cricket Association president Andrew McRae said Medlicott was likely to stay in the role for the rest of the season which ends in late March. Medlicott held the role from...

Runout sparks Star collapse

A superb direct hit runout from the deep by Adam Beck sparked a Star batting collapse and an eight wicket win to Roncalli/Celtic in the second round of South Canterbury 45-over cricket on Saturday. Star looked to be rebuilding at 70 for two with Danny Campbell looking...

All Draws Online

The draws for this season’s competitions in all grades are now available online in the draws section of the menu. Please check these as due to teams entering late or pulling out, and the non-availability of some groundsthere have been numerous changes to the...

Celtic, hail first round 45-over victors

The massive gulf between the best and rest in South Canterbury senior cricket was clear for all to see at Celtic Sports Grounds on Saturday. Defending champions Celtic crushed Timaru by 170 runs after they rolled the visitors for just 51 in the opening round of the...

Second Grade A Draw Online

The Second Grade A 45/45 Draw and Twenty20 draws for this season are now online and the competition starts next Saturday October 19th. Check them out here Note that T20 is divided into 2 pools with the top four playing off in semi-finals for a final that is scheduled...

Curtly Slatter plots to bat up a storm

He might be built like a fast bowler and even named after one, but it is with bat in hand Curtly Slatter will look to make an impression this season. The 18-year-old from Oxford stands at 6ft 2in tall (1.8m) and was named after former West Indian speedster Curtly...

Two Day Cricket Returns

Two-day club cricket returns to South Canterbury at the request of most of the captains while a combined Celtic and Roncalli College team will provide a sixth senior club team this season. The first ball will be bowled next Saturday, with the one-day competition...
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