The first day of Summer is here and we can be pleased with the success of the Blackcaps in their maginificent final session of the Hamilton test against Pakistan, just a reminder of what can happen when wickets start to fall.
Matt Farrant at full stretch vs East Shirley on 26th November 2016
In this edition
- Results from last Saturday including Dean Cremer 122 for 2B.
- Upcoming schedule for the weekend
- Joey Hull wins team MVP for Heaton Girls team as they go on to win National Champs
- Results from the Club Raffle
- Kings T20 kicks off this Friday with a warmup match with the Sydney Thunder
- Matt Hay selection for Canterbury U19s
- Dave “Crash” Robertson celebrates a half-century
- Chris Peters muscles his way to the top of the Al Brown MVP
- The McDonald’s SuperSmash T20 is underway this weekend and on Friday 2nd December the Kings have warmup match against the Sydney Thunder at Hagley Oval- you can follow the Kings on their Kings Website
- CJCA Summer Trials are open – please follow link here for further information CJCA Summer Trials – nominations open
The Premier Mens team were looking in good shape at 92/2 in the 16th over batting first against East Shirley at home on Burnside 1, but that third wicket stand of 70 between Tinus Huyser and JJ Naude came to an end in the 16th over when both batsmen were dismissed and what followed can only be described as a batting collapse of Pakistani proportions as 7 wickets fell in the space of 5 overs. All credit goes to AJ How and Scott Inglis for batting 19 overs to frustrate the opposition for the last wicket.
Some very good news from the 2b side as they had a win at against CBHS and Deon Cremer clearing the rope 5 times on his way to 122 and the first century of the season for the club meaning he makes it to this seasons Honours Board You would think that this would propel Deon into the Al Brown MVP points leaderboard, but he is just missing the key ingredient of having the scores entered in CricHQ. This type of administration oversite would never happen in the Whangaparoa Cannons Pony Club, especially when their supreme leader Chris “El Capitan” Peters scores 74 for their side proving he can take runs and wickets and moving to the top of the Al Brown MVP leaderboard! Well done CP!
You can read a PDF summary of the club results here 26th November results
This week the Premier Men’s side is away to Sydenham and so we have the priviledge of hosting North West Youth Cricket on Burnside 1 so please come down and give these guys your support and congratulate Joel Williams on his selection as the Canterbury U19 wicketkeeper. You will find the draw and grounds for this Saturday by following this link bwcucc_schedule__3dec2016
A special thank you to our supporters and sponsors for making it out to the Club Day. More pictures are available on the clubs facebook page Club Day album on facebook
The club raffle as drawn and the results are as follows – if you have any question please contact Dan Vedder. A special thank you goes to out to the sponsor’s and to all the hard work in selling them.
1st prize. No 4000 S.Lamont
2nd prize. No 2982 Jo Buckler
3rd prize. No 2206 Bronwyn Battery
4th prize no 4621 reed
5th no 3942 Dianne mulholland
6th no 5721 Bonnie Moore
7th no 4141 j.hull
8th no 5522 Dianne Burke
9th 4299 Macintosh family
10th 0241 riddler
11th 1513 Milind bangery
12th 4053 Nikki mcanelly.
Heaton Normal Intermediate wins both boys and girls national primary schools titles
A special mention goes out to Joey Hull from our BWU 10 Girls side who was selected as the Heaton Team MVP for her side won their 4th title in 5 years. The Press article
Joey starred with the bat as an opener as the batted first at Bert Sutcliffe Oval, she scored 40*. Some of Joeys other accolades over the tournament included:
- She opened facing each innings.
- She made 120 runs over the tournament the 5th highest tournament runs.
- She batted for 187 balls and sucessfully rotated to the big hitters – 2 not outs for the whole innings.
- She wicket kept for all innings.
- She gave away 10 byes in 5 games as keeper.
- She received the Heaton Team MVP (Georgia Edge won the Tournament MVP)
Matt Hay get selected to Canterbury U19s
The club would like to congratulate Matt Hay on his selection to the Canterbury U19 side. Matt is a part our Premier Mens side and is also a Junior Coach, so when you see him make sure you congratulate him!
50 up for Dave “Crash” Robertson – unfortunately not in runs! Many happy returns
on the left, Dave “Crash” Robertson – Grounds Convenor, President’s Foxes Skipper and Club Committee Member & great teller of stories.