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  • News CMCA Side named for Mid Canterbury fixture
    Created on Wednesday, 22 February 2017 09:06
    The following 12 players have been named for the CMCA Senior A Fixture against Mid Canterbury on Sunday 26 February at Halswell Domain Matt House Rory Hawes Michael Newton vesty James Carr Charles Grey James Rennie Mitch Dimond James Pearson  Ben Cochrane  Nic...

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    News Super Boom Teams Named
    Created on Tuesday, 21 February 2017 11:20
    Teams have been named for the 2017 Year 9/10 Super Boom cricket festival being run on 26 February, 5 March and 12 March. All games are to be played at Christchurch Boys’ High School grounds, on artificial pitches so please wear sports shoes rather than cricket spikes. There will...

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    News Senior A Team for Country Fixture
    Created on Wednesday, 25 January 2017 08:50
    The following players have been named to represent Christchurch Metro Senior A in the fixture against Canterbury Country on Sunday 29 January at Heathcote Domain.  It is a 50 over match starting at 11am. Matt House - Heathcote Rory Hawes - Merivale Papanui Jame Carr - Mer...

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    News Future Magicians Results
    Created on Tuesday, 24 January 2017 09:03
    Results from the Future Magicians fixtures 1st T20 - Christchurch Metro 110/1 Abby Gerken 34* Casey Liddington 29* Lost to Districts 111/0 Emma Kench 36* Missy Banks 60* 2nd T20 - Districts 128/3 Emma Kench 65* Ash Mortimer 18* beat Christchurch Metro 85/8 Jodie Dean 23 Missy ...

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    News Future Magicians Tournament
    Created on Thursday, 19 January 2017 10:10
    The following players have been named by Christchurch Metro Cricket for the Future Magicians Tournament to be played 23 and 24 January in Rangiora. Sarah Asmussen Jodie Dean Abby Gerken Tatiana Gibbs Sophie Gray Gemma Hickson Casey Liddington Fanchea Molony Grace Moore ...

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    News Metro Clubs Blast into Twenty20
    Created on Friday, 13 January 2017 13:47
      This weekend will see the morning grade Christchurch Metro Cricket teams blast into the re-vamped Twenty20 competition, which will culminate with finals day on Waitangi day for all three divisions. Six hubs around Christchurch will host 36 teams across three divisions. ...

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    News Junior Magicians Tournament Results
    Created on Monday, 19 December 2016 14:42
    Day 1 - 40 overs Combined Districts 94/10 (B Longdin 14, J Dean 3/5, B Washington 2/13, C Liddington 2/1) lost to Christchurch Metro 97/3 (A Gerken 30*, J Dean 16*) CJCA Red v CJCA Black not played Day 2 - T20 CJCA Red 77/2 (L Murray 21*, G Edge 21*) lost to Christchurch Metr...

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    News Women's Cricket Extravaganza
    Created on Tuesday, 29 November 2016 15:31
    Christchurch Metro Cricket and the Canterbury Cricket Association are now calling for entries to Secondary School and Adult mid-week social women's cricket to be played for six weeks in February and March.  Games will be played on artificial pitches at Hagley Park grounds fr...

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    News CMCA Rep team for South Canterbury fixture
    Created on Wednesday, 23 November 2016 09:41
    The following 12 players have been named to represent the Christchurch Metro Cricket Senior A Rep team, to play South Canterbury in Timaru on Sunday 27th November Grant Stewart - Heathcote Dan Vann - Sumner Stewart Van Zanten - Lancaster Park Addington James Carr - Merivale P...

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CMCA Crest no shadow

Runs galore in Round Four

History was created at Burnside Oval in this round with Marist Harewood’s Jack Clark scoring a century in each innings of a Christchurch Premier club match. Only Sam Guillen, Brian Hastings, Max Bremner and Shanan Stewart have achieved this feat but what made this unique is that Jack carried his bat through both innings to score 114 not out and 110 not out. Jack, a left hand opener, is playing in Christchurch as a Durham exchange scholar and thoroughly deserves the Player of the Match Espresso Carwash award.

More runs came Greg Dawson’s way when St Albans played East Christchurch Shirley at Burwood. Greg produced a splendid innings at the end of Day 1 when he raced to his century in 155 balls with 16 boundaries and 1 six. Beautifully-timed cover drives and deft back cuts laced this left hander’s innings which set up St Albans in a strong position at the end of play. For good measure he led his team to an outright with another innings of substance with 65 not out. An Espresso Carwash voucher is coming Greg’s way.

Despite being on the losing side, Conrad Klintworth’s devastating spell of 6 for 27 off 9 overs was worthy of the Espresso Player of the Match when Riccarton hosted Sydenham at Upper Riccarton Domain. In the space of just over two overs he removed five of the Sydenham players who had no answer to the accurate inswing and seam of the right arm medium pacer. On a green but fair surface he removed the off stump of Humphries, and then proceeded to bowl a superb ball to hit the top of off stump to remove the experienced Robinson before bowling the hapless Day, Allen and Gardner.

In-form opening batsman for Old Boys Collegians, Abhi Shrikhande continued his excellent form with a fine batting double including his maiden Premier club century of 101 against LPW on an excellent Elmwood batting pitch. In a 130-ball innings which was punctuated by fluent driving on both sides of the wicket, Abhi stroked 16 boundaries on the lightning-fast outfield. His second innings effort of 47 not out allowed his skipper to set an outright target for the Park boys. It also allowed Abhi to claim his second Espresso Carwash award of the season.