13 hours ago
Congratulations to NPBHS Yellow winners of the Secondary School Premier Div 1 final. 👏 ... See MoreSee Less
Well done boys. Champion stuff.
Great work boys!! 🙌🏻
Well done boys!!!
16 hours ago
Congrats Will! 👏 All the best for your test debut!
#nakiproudCaptain Kane Williamson has confirmed Will Young will make his Test debut against Windies Cricket at Seddon Park in the 1st Gillette Test. The Central Stags batsman will open the batting with Tom Latham and Tom Blundell will take the keeping gloves as BJ Watling continues to recover from a hamstring injury. Young will be Test BLACKCAP #280 and his playing shirt number will be 32. ... See MoreSee Less
21 hours ago
Has the Inglewood one been postponed? There were only 4 kids (2 families) there last week as the cricket team had an away game. None of us can make it this week so we talked about postponing it (and having an extra session in term 1????). 🙂
Melissa Skittrup Stone
Let’s go STAGS!It’s a 24 over game starting at 4PM! Head down to Pukekura Park if you’re in town where it’s sunny, warm & sheltered from the wind for our 7️⃣0️⃣th birthday party 🦌🏏🙌
Free Ford Trophy! 70th Anniversary Game: Rnd 2 STAGS v Volts
Taranaki Cricket Association ... See MoreSee Less
TARANAKI PREMIER CRICKET - SEMI FINAL PICTURE NO CLEARER
With just one round to go in Taranaki’s Premier grade cricket, six teams are still vying for the four semi final spots.
New Plymouth Old Boys is the only team assured of a semi final spot after they beat Inglewood over the weekend. NPOB won the toss and had no hesitation in asking Inglewood to bat first, a decision that was soon to be rewarded as Inglewood soon found themselves 15 for 5. Inglewood could not recover eventually bowled out for 106 with Tyla Judson the only batsman to offer any sort of resistance with 34. In reply NPOB found the going tough but it was Davis Mills who was discarded from the Taranaki Chapple Cup campaign who proved to be the difference with a well compiled 55 to lead his team to a four wicket win. Inglewood remain second on the table.
New Plymouth Marist United easily accounted for New Plymouth Boys High School defeating them by 133 runs. NPMU scored 191 for 8 in their 50 overs with a number of batsman getting starts but not kicking on. NPBHS was bundled out for just 58 with only one batsman making double figures. NPMU are in three way tie for third spot just two points behind NPOB. NPBHS sit in sixth five points adrift.
Woodleigh defeated Stratford by 13 runs to keep their hopes alive with both teams now sitting in the three way tie for third on 15 points. Woodleigh posted 172 all out with Mattie Allen scoring 68 and Jared Phillips 46 not out being the main contributors. Liam Muggeridge led the way for Stratford with 76 not out with Stratford finishing on 159 for 8 from their 50 overs, 13 runs short, Stratford left themselves too much work after a slow and cautious start.
In the final game Hawera defeated FDMC by 71 runs to lift them off the bottom of the table. Adam Keene made 71 of the 142 for Hawera, which equaled the same number of runs FDMC scored as they were bowled out for 71 to give Hawera a convincing win.
Next weeks games:
NPMU v FDMC
Woodleigh v NPBHS
NPOB v Hawera
Inglewood v Stratford ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to Hawera High School Juniors winning the final of the Junior Secondary Div 3 competition on Saturday. Hawera Juniors beat Inglewood High School Year 9/10 Boys by 32 runs at Bayly Park, Hawera.
Hawera High School 👏 ... See MoreSee Less
Yeah! Girls at Vogeltown Park is cancelled tonight due to the weather. 🌧
There will be a catch up session next Monday 7th December 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less