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Intercity Div 3
New Zealand Cricket have announced the 2015/16 Community Cricket Award winners.
These awards are a thank you to volunteers and development staff who have put endless time and commitment into improving the game within their community.
Our MIGHTY Club Manager, GORDON DRY has taken out the Outstanding Contribution to Cricket award and certainly deserves it. Gordie has managed and administered the largest cricket club in New Zealand and most successful Premier team in Wellington Cricket for 16 years.
Congratulations Gordie !!!!!!
New Zealand’s Mark Craig has been ruled out of the rest of the Test series against India because of a side strain and will be replaced in the squad by fellow off-spinner Jeetan Patel.
In a like-for-like replacement, 36-year-old Patel returns to the squad having played his last test against South Africa in 2013.
Patel is the second spinner of Indian-origin in a touring party that also includes leg-spinner Ish Sodhi.
Easts Bulldogs ALEX FENSOME is into the Mastermind semi final which will be telecast on TV One on Sunday 17th July 2016 at 7:45pm.
All the very best ALEX - the EASTS CLUB is right behind you !!!!
This Mighty EASTS Club is not only the BIGGEST and BEST cricket Club in New Zealand but also the BRAINIEST !!!!!
Congrats to all the winners at Cricket Wellington awards.
The MIGHTY EASTS scooped a number of awards including numerous grade championships
(including being National Club Champions !!!).
Ricky Joseph took out "Performance of the Year, Leading Wicket taker & Best Overall figures in an innings (10-35)" and Easts retained the Royal Visit Cup for the most cumulative points as a club,(we have 26 teams). However the Pearce Cup went to Onslow this year but we will get it back next year !!!!!
National Club Champions - Easts Premier Men
Cricket Wellington Trophy List for Easts 2015/2016
Ewan Chatfield One Day Competition - Easts Premier Men
Cook Shield - Premier Two Day matches - Easts Premier Men
J Atkin Cup - Best Bowling Performance - Ricky Joseph
Ron Murray Cup - Most Premier Wickets - Ricky Joseph - 49
Sam Platt Cup - Best Premier Grade Performance - Ricky Joseph, (10-35)
Royal Visit Cup - Club Championship - Total Points over all Teams - Easts
Awards for Grade Winners
Fourth Grade - Easts Tigers
Intercity 1 Day Div 1 - Easts Taxes
Intercity 1 Day Div 3 - Easts Masters
Premier 2 Womens T20 - Easts Wildcats
21 years and seven attempts and finally Eastern Suburbs can claim to be National Club Champions.
As Wellington 50-over champions we won our first national trophy, after the Sunday final against Canterbury club St Albans was washed out. Only 24 overs were possible in the decider at Auckland’s Cornwall Park, with St Albans 74-4 when play was called off.
Easts beat St Albans the previous day in their last round robin match and that proved to be vital as then both teams had 4 wins from 5 round robin games. However Easts had the better net run rate at the start of the final.
Easts’ Jamie Gibson was named overall Player of the Tournament.
Congratulations to all players in the team & management !!!!!!!Scorebooks & Highlights
Note: * denotes yet to be updated
|Premier Pearce Cup|
|Premier Reserve Issac Trophy|
|1G - Cougars|
|1G - Roosters|
|2G - Bullets|
|3G - Super Challengers|
|3G - Smoking Pineapples|
|4G - Aces|
|4G - Hawks|
|4G - Bulldogs|
|4G - The Bats|
Note: * denotes yet to be updated
|Premier Ewen Chatfield Trophy||7.00||3rd=|
|1G - Cougars||3.00||3rd=|
|1G - Roosters||0.00||5th=|
|2G - Bullets||3.00||3rd=|
|3G - Super Challengers||14.00||2nd|
|3G - Smoking Pineapples||15.00||1st|
|4G - Aces||6.00||1st=|
|4G - Hawks||6.00||1st=|
|4G - Bulldogs||0.00||7th=|
|4G - The Bats||3.00||3rd=|
|INCID1 - Taxes|
|INCID1 - The Shoe Clinic|
|INCID1 - Originals|
|INCID1 - Shepherds|
|INCID1 - Masters|
|T20D2 - Indies|
|T20D2 - Tigers|
|T20D2 - The Lads X1|
|T20D3 - Cobras|
|T20D3 - Quackers|
|T20D3 - Tingers|
|T20D3 - Jiminy Crickets|
|T20D3 - Goons|
|T20D3 - Stags|
|T20W - Wildcats|
Note: * denotes NOT OUT