Ron Biggar Memorial remains in Ashburton

South Canterbury’s very promising start finished 30 – 40 runs short of a winning total in the Ron Biggar Memorial match against Mid Canterbury at the Ashburton Domain. Batting first South Canterbury made steady progress before losingSam Porter for their first wicket...

South Canterbury Boys U17 Tournament team named

The South Canterbury U17 team to play in the Canterbury Regional tournament in Timaru from the 8th -12th December 2014. Adam Hamel, Sean Wills, James Copland, Wyatt McAughtrie, Sam Brosnahan, Mark Otley, Bailey Dryden, Bryan Ryan, Riley Cormack, Wills Blackstock,...

Tarrant hat-trick sets up Temuka win

Vaughan Tarrant’s first-ever hat-trick knocked the Roncalli/Celtic middle order over and helped his Temuka side get back into winning mode. Roncalli/Celtic won the toss and had no hesitation in batting first at home on Ashbury Park on Saturday. Hayden Broker...

World Cup Trophy Tour

Don’t miss out! Get to Aorangi on Nov 23rd between 10am  2.00pm to join the fun! Do you want to help out? We are looking for volunteers (aged 16+) to help for a few hours. Contact Mark at South Canterbury Cricket for initial...

Laming brothers dominate SC club cricket

Celtic’s James and Dan Laming’s individual performances erased any hope of victory for Temuka while other matches also resulted in one-sided wins to Timaru and Star. Celtic won the toss and decided to bat first at home and scoring an imposing 320-5 from...

Friday Night Junior Bash Under Way

The South Canterbury Cricket “Junior Bash” got under way on Friday night with 4 teams of boys and girls getting their first taste of formal cricket with teams from Barton Rural, Sacred Heart, Temuka and Pleasant Point all taking part. They play with an...

Mark Parker Memorial Match Postponed

Unfortunately due to a clash of timetables, the Otago Metropolitan A side is now unable to play in the annual Mark Parker Memorial match against South Canterbury scheduled for this Sunday November 9th. As the game holds a lot of importance in both our calendars, Otago...

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