After a mid-season break, our weekly newsletter is back. This week we review the matches from the rounds on the 14th and 21st December 2013, and the 11th January 2014.
So, in this week’s edition:
Junior Premiers finish the season on a high
Honours Board for the past three weeks
Senior team performances for the last three weeks
Congratulations to BWU players in winning Canterbury A Team
Coming up this weekend – Senior Cricket
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JUNIOR PREMIERS FINISH THE SEASON ON A HIGH
Our Junior Premier team completed an outstanding and unbeaten season, winning their final match against the strong Old Boys (making it 8 from 8), retaining the Derek Cockburn Challenge Shield and winning the competition. Great stuff guys! All the very best for 2014 and beyond to those heading off to secondary school. Coach Peter Hay’s match report can be found here.
The winning Junior Premier team: Back row (L to R): Mike Dunlop (Coach), Cullen Moody, Ryan James, Dominic Cornish, Tom Dunlop, Lehman Taleni, Peter Hay (Coach). Front row (L to R) Matthew Bond, Matthias Paltridge, Louie Chapman, Mitchell Hay, Josh Paul
HONOURS BOARD FOR THE PAST THREE WEEKS
The following players made the Club Honours Board over the past three weeks:
You can see here on the club’s website what their achievements were, but a special mention of the big scores made by centurions Sam Noster, Matt Jefferd and Steve McKean, and Callum George’s 6/4 for the Brawlers.
SENIOR TEAM PERFORMANCES FOR THE PAST THREE WEEKS
14 and 21 December: Drew with Lancaster Park Woolston (BWU 485/7 in the second innings after trailing by 208 on the first innings). Position on table: fourth of eight teams after two rounds.
11 January: Won both T20 rounds against Lancaster Park Woolston and Marist Harewood. A win this Saturday morning against Old Boys Collegians will see them through to the T20 final in the afternoon.
14 and 21 December: Lost to Old Boys Collegians by six wickets. Position on table: eighth of eight teams after two rounds.
11 January. Loss to Riccarton in the first T20 match, but beat Heathcote in the second round.
14 December: Lost to Marist Harewood White
21 December: Drew with BWU Mariners (rain-interrupted)
11 January: Lost to Sumner
Position on table: Second of thirteen teams after twelve rounds
14 December: Beat Merivale Papanui DJ Hewitt Builders
21 December: Drew with BWU Cannons (rain-interrupted)
11 January: Lost to Marist Harewood White
Position on table: Fifth equal of thirteen teams after twelve rounds
14 December: Beat Lancaster Park Woolston
21 December: Lost to Sumner
11 January: Beat Marist Harewood Green
Position on table: Seventh of thirteen teams after twelve rounds
14 December: Beat East Shirley Blue
21 December: Beat Sydenham Cardinals
11 January: Beat East Shirley Blue
Position on table: Fourth of eleven teams after eleven rounds
CONGRATULATIONS TO BWU PLAYERS IN WINNING CANTERBURY A TEAM
Well done to George Worker and Sam Noster who were part of the Cantebury A team that won the inter-provincial tournament at Lincoln in early January. To see their individual performances, you can check out the scoreboards here.
COMING UP THIS WEEKEND – SENIOR CRICKET
The Senior draw this weekend is:
Premiers v Old Boys Collegians, day two of two day match, Elmwood Park 1, 10.30am
2As v Old Boys Collegians, Ilam Fields 1, T20 match, 10:30am. Finals will be in afternoon
2Bs v St Albans, T20 match, Hospital Corner 2, 11.00am. Finals will be in the afternoon
3B Brawlers v 3B Mariners, Ilam Fields 4, 1:00pm
3B Cannons v Sydenham All Stars, Centennial Park 2, 1.00pm
Presidents Foxes v Sydenham Hospital, Sydenham Park 3, 1.00pm
Have a great cricketing weekend.