2002 Pearce Cup 2003 Pearce Cup 2004 Pearce Cup 2005 Pearce Cup 2006 Pearce Cup 2007 Pearce Cup 2008 Pearce Cup 2009 Pearce Cup 2010 Pearce Cup 2011 Pearce Cup 2012 Pearce Cup 2013 Pearce Cup 2014 Pearce Cup 2015 Pearce Cup 2016 Pearce Cup 2017 Pearce Cup 2018 Pearce Cup 2019 Pearce Cup 2020 Pearce Cup



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Back (l to r):- Gordon Dry (Club Manager), Jeremy Dean, Sean Joseph (Team Manager),
Peter Connell, Pat Baker (Team Sponsor), Jed Wiggins, Matt Ansell, Ricky Joseph,
Fraser Colson, Andrew Fullerton-Smith, Jimad Khan, Luke Georgeson,
Front (l to r):- Oscar Dry (Lance’s son), Lauchie Johns, Jamie Gibson,
Maddie Dry (Lance’s daughter), Lance Dry (c)

Absent :- Cath Shields (Team Scorer), Ben Orton, Michael Bracewell, Ankur Bassi,
Jeetan Patel, Krishna Patel, BJ Barnett, Scott Golder, Nathan Cameron, Jack Anderson

Easts Premier team have now qualified 17 times in 17 years to play in the Pearce Cup final.

After the abandoned game against Hutt Districts last Saturday we retain the top qualfier spot with 103.43 points for the final against Johnsonville.

The 2018 final will be played at the Basin Reserve over 3 days Friday 30th March to Sunday 1 Apr 2018.

Let’s get down to the Basin Reserve and support THE MIGHTY EASTS Premier Team !!!!

Pearce Cup Points

Cricket Wgtn Prematch

Day 1

An excellent start for the MIGHTY EASTS with 397-6 after the completion of 103 overs. It was a great team effort with the batting including a century to Jamie Gibson 122 - Matt Ansell 44, Fraser Colson 52, Jimad Khan 69 and Lauchie Johns 56*.

Day 2

Lauchie Johns 56* at stumps battered on achieving a century - 103 with support from Andrew Fullerton-Smith 37, Lance Dry 35* and Peter Connell 30. Easts managed to amass their highest ever innings score with 550 all out. (The previous record was set in the 2007 final against - Naenae 474.)

Johnsonville then had a difficult task ahead of them and were all out for 208 with Peter Connell taking 5-45. Captain Lance Dry decided to bat again and after the lost of a few early wickets Easts were 79-3, with Luke Georgeson 50*, at stumps on day 2. A lead of 421 runs.

Day 3

Well we continued to dominate on the last day with Luke Georgeson scoring a century and a 2nd innings total of 261. This gave Easts a lead of 603 and the Johnsonville captain thought it was about time to shake hands.

Drawn game but as Easts were the Top Qualifier meant we WON THE PEARCE CUP again !!!!

15th time in the last 17 years with us playing in the final for all 17 years !!!!!

Congratulations Lance and the Premier Team !!!!


Photos of Final - Courtesy Hamish Johns

Photos of Final - Courtesy Wareham Sports Media

The Pearce Cup Cup was decided by the accummulation of competition points in the 1 and 2 Day games during the season but this year the two top teams would play a 3 day final against each other. The outright winner would win the Pearce Cup but if the game ending up as a draw then the top qualifier would be crowned the winner.

In 2018 The MIGHTY EASTS team won as Top Qualifier in a drawn game against Johnsonville in the final !!!.


HISTORY OF PEARCE CUP FINALS SINCE 2001/2002 - "EASTS have played in all Finals"

Season Team 1 Team 2 Result
2017/2018 Easts Johnsonville Easts won as top qualifier - Drawn game
2016/2017 Easts Karori Easts won by 6 wickets
2015/2016 Easts Onslow Onslow won as top qualifier - Drawn game
2014/2015 Easts Taita Easts won by 5 wickets
2013/2014 Easts Hutt Districts Easts won as top qualifier - Drawn game
2012/2013 Easts Karori Easts won by 9 wickets
2011/2012 Easts Naenae Easts won by 9 wickets
2010/2011 Easts Karori Karori won by 108 runs
2009/2010 Easts Karori Easts won by 8 wickets
2008/2009 Easts Karori Easts won by 2 wickets
2007/2008 Easts North City Easts won by 7 wickets
2006/2007 Easts Naenae Easts won by 9 wickets
2005/2006 Easts Karori Easts won as top qualifier - Final abandoned (rain)
2004/2005 Easts   Easts won by 20.26 points
2003/2004 Easts   Easts won by 14.92 points
2002/2003 Easts   Easts won by 2.15 points
2001/2002 Easts   Easts won by 6.93 points