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Results from the Under 15 Regional tournament being play at Ilam in Christchurch.

Day 5 - 50 overs playoffs

Christchurch Black 237/7 (I Anderson 64*, J Harris 58, B Hartland 25, S Yorston 23) beat Christchurch Red 176/10 (L Chapman 66, J Rennie 30, D Hickford 25, R Syme 4/25, I Anderson 3/20, L Murray 2/27)

Mid Canterbury 217/10 (A Redfern 50, O Redfern 40, T Ravenscroft 25, J Vou 2/36, G Evans, 2/43, S Rooney 2/45) beat South Canterbury 77/10 (G Evans 39, T Bell 3/11, J Forbes 3/13, O Redfern 2/7)

Canterbury Country White 179/9 (T Burt 27, J Walker 19, N Cook 3/41, L Robinson  2/29) lost to Canterbury Country Red 180/4 (M Carston 57, M Power 50*, R Sporke 33*, T Burt 2/28)

Christchurch Blue 190/6 (M Paltridge 45, M Bungard 38, Z Medland 29, C Jackson 28, A Wilson 2/16, T Marshall 2/34) beat Buller 91/10 (O Henderson 30, B Entwhistle 2/11, L Foulkes 3/17, B Little 2/24)

Final Placings

Christchurch Black

Christchurch Red

Mid Canterbury

South Canterbury

Canterbury Country Red

Canterbury Country White

Christchurch Blue

Buller

Day 4 - 50 overs

Buller 82/10 (A Gilbert 23, S Rooney 5/27, B Aicken 2/9, J Von 3/7) lost to South Canterbury 84/1 (S Rooney 44*, T Hepburn 23*)

Christchurch Blue 127/10 (M Barry 27, J Forbes 3/21, A Redfern 2/13, T Bell 2/28, O Redfern 2/16) lost to Mid Canterbury 128/8 (A Redfern 27*, H Cartwright 21, L Foulkes 3/19, R Dhakal 3/25)

Canterbury Country Red 92/10 (M Power 24, L Murray 4/14, R Syme 3/14, B Hartland 2/22) lost to Christchurch Black 96/1 (B Hartland 35*, M Hay 35*)

Christchurch Red 165/10 (L Chapman 41, H Cockram 29, M Holland 2/8) beat Canterbury Country White 140/10 (J Rider 25, C Betteridge 24, M Hughes 23, T Boyle 3/28, H Howard 2/16)

Day 3 - 50 overs

Christchurch Black 247/9 (J Harris 55, D Cornish 45, L Murray 33, I Anderson 30, B Little 2/59) beat Christchurch Blue 137/9 (M Barry 49*, B Hartland 3/1, R Syme 3/12)

Christchurch Red 350/5 (O Wilson 126, D Hickford 104, J Rennie 52, T Marshall 2/56) beat Buller 102/10 (T Boyle 4/20)

Mid Canterbury 188/10 (A Redfern 44, O Redfern 38, J Hay 32, L Stove 3/29, L Robinson 2/35, N Cooke 2/13) beat Canterbury Country Red 92/10 (A Fletcher 28, R Turpie 2/8, G Hunt 2/10, J Forbes 2/22) 

South Canterbury 200/10 (B Aicken 51, C Grace 50, G Evens 26, T Burt 6/28, J Walker 2/22, H Sail 2/24) beat Canterbury Country White 152/10 (C Betteridge 34, J Walker 26, M Cochrane-Bennett 4/24 S Rooney 2/35)

 Day 2 - 50 overs

Buller 195/9 (E Slee 42, O Henderson 37, N Paltridge 22*, A Wilson 20, T Burt 2/19, M Christy 2/31) lost to Canterbury Country White 197/8 (M Pugh 63*, M Woolford 38, J Ryder 27, J Walker 21, E Slee 4/28)

Christchurch Red 268/4 (L Chapman 125*, T Dunlop 48, D Hickford 29, G Evans 2/31) beat South Canterbury 113/10 (S Roonie 20, H Howard 4/16)

Christchurch Black 222/4 (J Glynn 54, J Ball 44*, M Hay 41, G Barron 28, O Redfern 2/42) beat Mid Canterbury 167/10 (O Redfern 39*, A Redfern 38, J Ree 23, T Ravenscroft 24, J Glynn 4/29, J Harris 3/35, M Kendal 2/13)

Christchurch Blue 132/10 (Z Medland 46*, L Foulkes 21, C Clement 5/27) lost to Canterbury Country Red 138/6 (E Patterson 35)

Day 1 - Cross pool T20

Round 1

Christchurch Red 95/6 (J Rennie 32) beat Mid Canterbury 76/6 (J Ree 18, J Bradley 3/21)

Canterbury Country Red 110/9 (G Mowat 23, D Vaudrey 3/13) beat Buller 78 ( M Power 2/4, E Patterson 2/7, B Cook 2/12)

Christchurch Black 188/3 (M Hay 70, S Yorston 42, G Barron 31, C Fitzgerald 2/7) beat Canterbury Country White 122/4 (C Fitzgerald 30*, M Woolford 32*, G Prain 25, M Kendal 3/17)

South Canterbury 109 (G Evans 37, B Little 2/9, Z Medland 2/10, L Foulkes 2/13) beat Christchurch Blue 90/4 (R Dhakal 38, B Entwhistle 29)

Round 2

Christchurch Blue 116 (R Dhakal 52) beat Buller 31 (M Barry 4/7)

Christchurch Black 184/2 (S Yorston 76, B Hartland 51*, D Cornish 33) beat South Canterbury 134/3

Christchurch Red 167/2 (M Power 2/31) beat Canterbury Country Red 87/5

Mid Canterbury 189/3 (H Cartwright 68, J Ree 54, T Ravenscroft 37) beat Canterbury Country White 54/10

Points 

Pool 1

Christchurch Red 18

South Canterbury 11

Canterbury Country White 4

Buller 0

Pool 2

Christchurch Black 18

Mid Canterbury 11

Canterbury Country Red 7

Christchurch Metro Blue 3