Field Your Dream with an ANZ Dream Delivery

Do you have a cricket dream that ANZ can help come true? Perhaps one of your clubs needs an extreme makeover? Or maybe you know a player with an inspiring story who needs a helping hand to achieve their cricket dream? From now until March, ANZ is making dream...

Timaru all out to bring Celtic undone

Timaru’s season is now in their own hands after they demolished Waimate and Temuka mucked up a gettable chase against Celtic to relinquish second place. With one round left, the eight-wicket win at Ashbury has put Timaru in the boxseat but things remain...

Arthavidu stars with bat for South Canterbury

Prabodha Arthavidu again starred with the bat, scoring 76 and 112 for South Canterbury against Otago Country in their Hawke Cup clash. South Canterbury travelled to Alexandra looking for an outright victory to keep them in the hunt for a Hawke Cup challenge. Without...

South Canterbury Primary Development (Yr 7) Tournament 2015

Below you can follow daily results from the regional Prmary Development tournament being played at Mandeville this week. Click here to follow the whole competition, and where operating live scoring. South Canterbury have started well with a win first up. Day One South...

South Canterbury U15 Boys Tournament Results

Results from games at the Canterbury Regional U15 Boys tournament being played in Christchurch this week will be posted below as they become available. Day One – T20 x 2 Game 1 South Canterbury 109 (Gabriel Evans 37, B Little 2/9, Z Medland 2/10, L Foulkes 2/13)...

Watt snares six wickets in Hawke Cup win

An outstanding bowling spell by Grant Watt – in his first Hawke Cup match for more than 10 years – led South Canterbury to outright victory over North Otago in Timaru yesterday. The veteran bowler took six wickets for 13 off his 10.1 overs in North...

South Canterbury Yr 5&6 Rep Tournament Results

Below you can follow the results from the Canterbury Regional Yr 5 & 6 Boys Cricket Tournament being played at Mandeville, Rangiora. The team finished 3rd out of 10 teams, with only the two Canterbury Country teams ahead of them, and all the Chch Metro teams below...

Umpires’ call decides Hawke Cup thriller

The umpires had the final say despite both teams wishing to continue in the Hawke Cup elimination match between South Canterbury and Mid Canterbury last weekend. Winning the toss on a pleasant day in Ashburton South Canterbury Captain James Laming justified his...

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