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2017/18 Season Newsletter #20

Welcome to our weekly newsletter where you can find all the latest club news including match reports, draws, and the weekly Al Brown MVP update…

Friday night junior cricket break-up

This Friday (23rd) is the last night of Friday night cricket for the summer. Thanks to all the players and coaches for another fun summer, and special thanks to Shane Young for all your hard work coordinating this year’s Junior Cricket programme. Make sure you come along to receive your certificate! In the event of rain, presentations will happen in the pavilion at 6pm. Keep an eye on Facebook for any changes to this plan.

Senior cricket prize-giving

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Be like Bussy.

Senior players, partners, and supporters are warmly invited to the BWU Senior club prizegiving next Saturday (24th) at 7:00 p.m. at the Burnside Cricket Pavilion. All teams have the chance to acknowledge their seasons best, and the night is always the crowning moment of the summer. This year will be catered with a hot roll dinner, and MC’d by David Robertson and his beautiful assistant.

The draw

Check out the draw on CricHQ. All draws for senior and junior teams are available online in the Burnside West Christchurch upcoming fixtures page on CricHQ.

Playing on the home grounds this weekend…

Keep an eye out  on Saturday for…

  • BWU 2A Men hosting Riccarton  on Burnside Park 1 (Day 1 of 2 @ 10:30 am)
  • BWU DDT hosting St Albans  on Burnside Park 2  (@1:00 pm)
  • BWU Strikers hosting Richmond  on Burnside Park 3 (@1:00 pm)
  • BWU Hustlers hosting East Shirley  on Burnside Park 4 (@1:00 pm)

Al Brown MVP Leaderboard

Its going to come down to the final round in the Al Brown MVP competition, with only 15 points separating the top 2, and a number of late entrants expecting a late run thanks to a flurry of activity on CricHQ. Make sure you are at the pavilion on Saturday to see the presentation of the most coveted award in the trophy cabinet… Will it go to an afternoon or a morning grade player? Stay tuned…

Rank
Player
Team
 Matches
Batting
Bowling
Fielding
Total
1 Dilla Smith Cannons 16 43.58 86.91 9.92 140.41
2 Scott Inglis Premiers 18 7.36 104.09 13.66 125.11
3 Matt Farrant Premiers 19 29.04 74.25 2.5 105.77
4 JJ Naude Premiers 21 71.54 11.63 19.89 103.07
5 Matthew Hay Premiers 20 41.43 55.08 5.57 102.06

Remember – MVP points in CricHQ determine the winner of the Al Brown trophy.  So get your scorecards in, make sure they are complete, and make sure all players details are captured. You get points for runs, wickets, maidens, catches, stumpings, run outs etc. The more detail you capture in your scorecards, the more points you stand to gain – especially remember to record your catches, and try to convince your opponents to fully utilize CricHQ too…

Stats corner

All scores and statistics are kept on CricHQ for the club. Go to the BWCUCC club page on CricHQ, claim your profile, and check out your season stats.

Special note this week to Tom Turner from the junior club who has broken into the top 5 run scorers for the whole club this year. Well done Tom!

Senior club

  • 2017/2018 – Leading run-scorer JJ Naude (603, Average 30.15)
  • 2017/2018 – Leading wicket-taker Scott Inglis (42, Average 16.19, SR 25.79)
  • 2017/2018 – Leading fieldsman Angus Harman (24 dismissals)

Junior club

  • 2017/2018 – Leading club run-scorer Tom Turner (437, Average 33.62)
  • 2017/2018 – Leading club wicket-taker Nick Smith (15, Average 13.67, SR 26.4)
  • 2017/2018 – Leading club fieldsman Tom Turner  (12 dismissals)

Best in grade performers

Check out all the grade leaderboards here.

 Junior Hoodies available now!

Just the thing to keep you warm as the nights get colder… Cricket Express now has Burnside Cricket hoodies available for sale via their website. Show your club colours with pride! AVailable in kids sizes 6-16, for $55.00. Head to Cricket Express to buy online today!
Junior Hoodie – Available in store and online at Cricket Express.

Avonhead Tavern Player of the Day Awards

Reminder – all teams that return to the pavilion (both Junior and Senior teams) are eligible to nominate a player of the day award.

Our club sponsors at One Good Horse Restaurant and The Avonhead Tavern have kindly provided the club with these Player of the Days awards. It is fantastic to have great supporters of club cricket and being local we hope you take up the opportunity to spend some time at the club house as well as making use of the prizes.

Burnside Merchandise

We are delighted to advise that official Burnside Merchandise is now available to purchase online direct from our sponsor Cricket Express. The team at Cricket Express have updated their website, and you can now order Burnside training gear and clothing online and just in time for Christmas! More items will be added after Christmas, but for now, check out the selection and show your club pride with some awesome BWCUCC kit!

 

On this day (literally)

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Literally on this day (22nd March 2018),  New Zealand’s Trent Boult ripped through England’s top-order to dismiss the visitors for just 58 runs in 20.4 overs in the opening session of the day-night first Test at Eden Park. It was the tourists’ sixth-lowest Test innings total in history. How good is pink-ball? I’m done, and am now going to watch the last few balls of the final session.

 

 

A word from our sponsors

We are very fortunate for the support of our main sponsors Fox and Associates, and Cricket Express.

Fox and Associates are Christchurch’s leading land surveying and land development firm. They are the experts in transforming land into vibrant, functional spaces for communities to live and work.  Their specialties cover everything  from traditional surveying and land development, through to UAV aerial mapping and 3D scanning. If you want to know about the sub-division process, Fox and Associates are the place to start. Call them at 0800 369 787 (0800 FOXSURVEY), or email info@foxsurvey.co.nz if you have any land or property related queries.

Cricket Express are Christchurch’s cricket supply experts. Visit their store and see our friendly and knowledgeable cricket staff or shop online from home 24/7 on their website. We also offer a full on site repair workshop so if your old bat needs some TLC, or you want a new bat knocked in go and see them.

Written by
Gareth Gibson,
BWCUCC

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