Contacts

All General Enquiries to : eastscricket9@gmail.com

Position Name Home Mobile Email
President Ronnie Nathu 04 386 1229 021 455 472 ronnie.nathu@sccn.co.nz
Chairman Clinton Johns   021 266 1833 clintjohns007@yahoo.com
Secretary Jeremy Dean   021 537 823 jjbdean@me.com
Senior Club Captain Isaiah Wilson   020 4077 8652 nikolaorussell@gmail.com
Junior Club Joint Convenor Brian Gardner   021 925 429 brian@atlasproperty.co.nz
Junior Club Joint Convenor Paul Bracewell   021 164 0366 bracewell.paul@gmail.com
Womens Contact Samantha Lewis   021 116 0212 samantha.lewis@police.govt.nz

New Players

The Eastern Suburbs Cricket Club welcomes enquiries from prospective new players to the club at all levels. The Club fielded no fewer than 24 teams this season. We especially invite approaches from senior players and representative cricketers, either already playing in the Wellington area or players from outside the district. Perhaps you are transferring to Wellington for work reason or perhaps you are interested in looking for a new environment to develop your cricketing career. Who knows, we may be able to come to a mutually agreeable arrangement!

The Easts club is the largest in New Zealand and is the only club in the Wellington area with FOUR teams in the THREE top mens grades, the Pearce Cup Premier Grade, the Alan Issac Trophy Premier Reserve Grade & Senior 1st grade. We also have 7 teams playing One & Two day games in grades 2 to 4 along with 13 teams that play in a One day & Twenty20 grades

The club currently boasts players of the cabibre of Jeetan Patel, Lance Dry, Jimad Khan, Jeremy Dean, Ben Orton, Jamie Gibson, Charlie Thurston, Peter Connell, Michael Bracewell, Lauchie Johns, Luke Georgeson - all players with experience at either first class cricket level, international test cricket or one dayers, national one-day cricket level. The club has excellent facilities at its headquarters at Kilbirnie Park near the airport and adjacent to the suburbs of Kilbirnie, Hataitai, Newtown, Miramar, Seatoun, Island Bay and Lyall Bay. The club has a strong administration, a well organised social programme and is in very good financial shape.