Sir Richard Hadlee’s father, Walter, captained the New Zealand Cricket Team on the 1949 Tour of England. This was the New Zealand team that prompted the rest of the cricketing world to sit up and take notice; enjoying great success, and promoting several players to world-class st...
Canterbury Cricket – Capability Support Manager
Canterbury Cricket are passionate about supporting the volunteers and administrators that make our summer game a success. The Capability Support Manager role has been established to support volunteers within District and Sub-Associ...
The Christchurch Metro Cricket Golf Day will be held on October 13 at the Christchurch Golf Club.
It will be an Ambrose format with a Shotgun start of 12pm.
Nearly 1,000 volunteers are needed to help the largest multi-sport event to be held in Christchurch, the Christchurch Casino Golden Oldies Sports Celebration 2018.
Peter McDermott, Golden Oldies Sports Celebration 2018 event director said volunteers are at the heart of events li...
Jeremy Curwin has been appointed as the Chief Executive of Canterbury Cricket. Jeremy Curwin replaces Lee Germon who has accepted a role as the General Manager of Sydney Thunder.
Canterbury Cricket Board Chairman, Ashley Taggart, said that Jeremy Curwin was a...
Season Calendar 2017-18
Start of ALL Metro ADULT cricket except Div 1 and Div 2 Women
1st XI Youth cricket and Div 1 and Div 2 Women start
Labour Saturday-cricket for all Adult and Youth grades
Christchurch Metro Cricket is delighted to offer a comprehensive Winter Training Programme for Year 9 to U19 boys in 2017. Each session will be held out at the state-of-the-art New Zealand Cricket’s High Performance Centre, Lincoln University.
The Winter Training Programme...
Christchurch Metro Cricket have held their 2016/17 Awards evening, recognising volunteer contribution, team winners and individual award winners across all grades.
The major winners for the night were Ben McCord of Lancaster Park, who claimed the men's Club Cricketer of the Year...
Fulton pulls stumps on outstanding career
Peter Fulton has officially announced his retirement from first class cricket.
Fulton made his Canterbury first class debut in the last match of the 2000-01 summer and has been the cornerstone of Canterbury Cricket teams sin...
Canterbury Cricket are passionate about supporting the volunteers and administrators that make our summer game a success. The Capability Support Manager role has been established to support volunteers within District and Sub-Associations, Clubs and Schools throughout the Canterbury region. This role will work alongside organisations to establish systems, policy, planning templates and measures to increase organisational effectiveness and efficiency.
Canterbury Cricket: Inspiring Through our Game
As part of the NZC One Cricket Review, capability support was recognized as one of the top three areas needing resource and attention. Canterbury Cricket are seeking to employ a Capability Support Manager to give the District and Sub-Association members, clubs and schools the best chance of success through increasing their effectiveness in delivery of our game. The Capability Support Manager is a full time permanent position reporting directly to the General Manager – Community Cricket. The role forms part of the shared service support team. It will work out of the CCA office and link with the Game Development staff and Cricket Managers as part of the newly developed structure for community cricket delivery. We are seeking a person who can work alongside volunteers and support them ‘to do the job they do’, building their off-field capability and to keep cricket as NZ’s top summer sport. At Canterbury Cricket we value courage.