Spring has arrived and our first junior registration day is coming up on Saturday the 9th of September – already we have had a terrific response from online registration’s.
- How to register to play at BWCUCC
- Registration Days 9/16/23/30 of September 10am – Midday
- Working Bee date 23rd September 2017
- Club Day date 28th October, function in the evening
- CJCA – Spring Tournament Trials are now open
- Umpiring courses and getting involved in umpiring?
Registrations for this season
This is our first season we are using online registrations through CricHQ. NZ Cricket have mandated the use of this system as well as some mandatory fields and here the way’s to register for this season’s:
- Head over to our registration page – this has the registrations forms and links to CricHQ to register online. https://burnsidecricket.org.nz/registrations-201718/
- Come to our registration days on the 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th of September from 10am -12am at the cricket clubrooms at Burnside Oval, 336 Avonhead Road. You can pay by check, eftpos or cash on these days and we can complete the electronic registration for you.
- If you are going to register online – please complete the additional information to help us in the ‘comments’ field. The information we need is on our website.
- If you are registering online, but paying later by direct credit – please email the club to confirm payment so we can update our records.
- Adult Morning grade players and Adult afternoon grade players can also register online – please ensure you select the correct subscription type and confirm the team and teams captain.
- If you are coming from another club for adult cricket you will need to have a player transfer form signed by both clubs and Christchurch Metro Cricket. You will need this complete prior to playing !
Club Working Bee is the 23rd of September where we really get to work preparing the clubrooms and equipment for the new season. Keep an eye on our facebook page for more event information – facebook event
CJCA – Spring Tournament trials are open
CJCA advise that the spring trials are open for their tournament – please follow this link for all the information and you can nominate your son or daughter to get involved.
There are 2 Umpire Courses open for Registration now.
The CJCA is pleased to announce that registrations are now open for a Level 1 Umpires Courses to be held on the 1st & 15th of October –
These courses have limited numbers.
A Boys Course targeted at year 8 but open to keen Year 7’s will be held on the 1st of October as per details below.
There is a Course on the 15th of October for Girls – this is open to all years but we would expect that it would be best suited to Year 7 Girls and above
As these Boys & Girls exit the CJCA and move into Youth/School cricket it is important to the CJCA that we provide an opportunity for them to be equipped with the skills necessary to give them the confidence to umpire their own games and and also have the knowledge of cricket law to assist in their enjoyment and proficiency in the sport.
Boys & Girls passing this course will also have the opportunity to umpire in CJCA Tournaments (as they themselves have been umpired) from March next year onwards and assist the CJCA in providing quality events for players to enjoy the game.
THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR THIS COURSE – TO REGISTER PLEASE EMAIL
Eugene Sanders – Canterbury Cricket Match Officials Co-ordinator
Date: 1 & 15 October 2017 Venue: Umpire’s Pavilion – Hagley Oval
Time: 9:30 – 3:30. Course: Level 1 umpire’s course with exam.
Bring along a pen, notepad, drink bottle, lunch and snacks. It is also important to bring a device (Mobile phone or tablet), as your exam will be done online.
If you were following the recent West Indies vs England 2nd Test Match which saw the Windies win an unlikely victory you may have noticed NZ umpire Chris Gaffaney at the middle umpiring. His debut international ODI umpiring duty was in 2010, and now is on the ICC elite umpiring panel – if you are thinking about moving from playing to umpiring or scoring you can talk to Eugene or find out all the information on their website https://www.crcua.co.nz/
Following the vandalism when a car rips up park with the help of FC2011, CCC and their subcontractors, and Dave Robertson we have been able to get on with the ground remediation earlier and we hope the repaired the damage will be back to playing condition sooner than originally expected, this will come down to the weather. You can read more on the task the council has on repairing grounds at the change of sporting codes here