The following were the results and standings from Day 2 of the 2018 ICNZ Club Nationals in Christchurch. Finals matches (quarter-finals, semi-finals and grand-finals) take place across all grades at the Action Indoor Sports Hornby Centre from 8.30am tomorrow morning. Here is how things panned out on Day 2, with a look ahead to the
Day 1 of the Club Nationals Tournament from Christchurch has concluded, with a number of teams making some strong impressions and others with work to do. Here are the results and standings from each grade: Premier Men’s: Teams were split in groups of three in the nine-team competition (groups A, B and C), playing each
By Ahmad Khawaja Christchurch is gearing up for the hosting of its first Club Nationals tournament since 2009 next week, with the tournament set to kick off next Thursday 13th September up to the finals on Saturday 15th September. A record 40 teams have entered into grades featuring the Premier Men’s, Open Men’s, Over-40s (Masters)
By Ahmad Khawaja It continues to be a busy period of indoor cricket for the Christchurch and Canterbury region, with the announcement by the ICNZ Board that the city has been awarded the rights to host the Trans-Tasman series between New Zealand and Australia, which will take place in September 2019. It is more welcome
ICNZ have made the following coaching appointments for the New Zealand Senior Indoor Cricket teams: Premier Men: Head Coach – Leigh Kelly Assistant Coach – Jon Routhan Premier Women: Head Coach – Mark Cini Assistant Coach – Michael Renwick 22 & Under Boys: Head Coach – Paul Anderson Assistant Coach – TBC 22 & Under
Junior Provincials taking place this weekend, commencing a big three months for Indoor Cricket in Christchurch
Ahmad Khawaja spoke to New Zealand Men’s Indoor Cricketer Matt Henderson about his preparation for the tournament and all things indoor.
Captain Michael Barry, Finn Allen made unavailable.