The Christchurch Metro Cricket Association is pleased to advise that we will be assuming responsibility for the two Christchurch Metro teams (Red and Black) in the Canterbury Cricket Association Quad Series, played on four Sunday’s during October.

This season the competition will commence on October 1 and finish on October 22 and the other two teams involved will be Canterbury Country and the Canterbury Cricket Senior Performance Squad.


Selections will be carried out in conjunction with the CCA, who will advise on certain players of interest and which contracted players are available on a week to week basis, with performances in Club Cricket also being taken into consideration.


Keryn Ambler and Adam Hastilow have been appointed as the coaches.


Christchurch Metro Cricket are hosting a Females Cricket Evening for all keen Mums, Sisters, Aunties, Nans and Daughters.

The evening will be hosted by former White Fern and current Canterbury Magicians Coach Maria Fahey at Sydenham Park.

Check out the flyer below for more information and how to register.

Girls flyer


The Buller Cricket Association celebrates 150 years of Cricket on the weekend of the 18/19 November 2017.

A link to the web site has all the details and registration forms.

Cricket first began in Buller in 1866 and the first really organised games took place in 1867. Since then, cricket has always been the major summer sport in the district. For the first 30 years or so cricket operated on a club basis and what we would now regard as inter-Association matches were handled by clubs.

Early in the 20th Century Buller became an Association in its own right and since then has always been an independent District Association and is currently affiliated to Canterbury.

Buller has had three New Zealand representatives in its ranks over the years and has produced a number of provincial reps.

Buller won the Hawke Cup, the pinnacle of District Cricket in NZ in 2015.