SC Year 5 & 6 Boys Go Close Against Chch Metro

After a good start and being 51 for 2 at drinks SC collapsed to be all out for 73 and only managed to bat 27 of their allotted 40 over’s. Toby Clemett 11, Fletcher Rhodes 10 not out and Toby Scannell 9 were the main contributors. 2 run outs in the middle order...

Tom Walsh Guest Speaker for SC Cricket Prizegiving

The South Canterbury Cricket Prizegiving will be held on April 3rd at sponsors The Speights Ale House, upstairs in the Function Centre at 6.00pm. We are really privileged to announce that Tom Walsh, a homegrown NZ Champion will be the guest speaker. Tom has...

High Performance Coach

New Zealand Cricket has a vacancy for a High Performance Coach, reporting to the GM High Performance. As well as being Head Coach of the New Zealand A, New Zealand XI and New Zealand Under-19 teams, the HP Coach will also contribute to the development of players...

TGHS retain women’s trophy over Craighead

Timaru Girls High School bowled tightly against Craighead in the women’s 20-over cricket final played at Mountainview High School. An improved Craighead made 62, but TGHS powered past their total in 13 overs thanks to an impressive opening partnership from Jess...

Primary Boys Yr 5&6 Practice

A practice will be held for the full Yr 5&6 Boys Representative Squad at the Graeme Blanchard Cricket Centre from 4.30pm – 6.00pm on March 17th. Squad: Thomas Allan, Liam Andrews, Toby Clemett, Caleb Donaldson, Lucas Histen, Alex Kelliher, Conor...

SC Primary Yr 5&6 Boys v Dunedin Metro Report

Year 5 and 6 cricket team lose to coach Craig Cumming’s Otago Metro Team. After losing the toss South Canterbury struggled against some very tight bowling on an artificial wicket in Dunedin on Sunday. Losing three early wickets put South Canterbury on the back foot....

Temuka live to fight on for another week

A maiden senior century to Celtic’s Sam Carlaw put Timaru to the sword and has kept Temuka’s faint Tweedy Cup final hopes alive. After dismissing Timaru for 141 on the first day of the last round of the senior two-day cricket competition at Celtic Sports...

Ryder ton takes Volts to victory over Wizards

Canterbury Wizards 303-9 (Dean Brownlie 65, Peter Fulton 62, Jimmy Neesham 4-51), lost to Otago Volts 305-5 in 47.1 overs (Jesse Ryder 108*, Hamish Rutherford 67, Nathan McCullum 50*, Rob Nicol 3-55) by five wickets at Aorangi Oval, Timaru. In a high scoring...

Sanders’ spin does job

The bowlers had the better of day two of the latest round of senior two-day cricket. Timaru all-rounder Zane Sanders spun his way to six for 48 to help his team to a 10-wicket win over Star at Mountainview High School. A crucial 44 and four wickets from Liam Beck...
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