College Cricket

Heretaunga College Back with a Bang

Cricket is going from strength to strength in Upper Hutt with amazing results in the growth of female cricketers at all levels. However, one of the most exciting advancements has been in the college grades, where in previous years neither Upper Hutt College or Heretaunga College have fielded either a...

Historic Secondary Schools Cricket Trophy Back In Play

The New Zealand Cricket Museum, in a joint initiative with Cricket Wellington and College Sport Wellington, announce the reintroduction of the Heathcote Williams Challenge Shield for secondary school cricket. First presented in 1908, the Heathcote Williams Shield is named for its donor and the New Zealand Cricket Council’s first President,...

Cricket Wellington Chief Executive to stand down at end of season

The Chief Executive of Cricket Wellington, Peter Clinton, has announced that he will stand down from the role at the end of this season. Clinton, who has been in the role for five years, leaves the organisation with cricket enjoying high levels of public support, but the sport also looking...

CricHQ Wellington Under 17 Team Named

The following players have been named in the CricHQ Wellington U17 team to contest the National U17 Tournament at Lincoln University from Jan 13-21; Matt Blair (Tawa College) Tim Campbell (Wellington College) Nick Greenwood (Wellington College) Samuel Millmow (St Pats Town) Ollie Petersen (Wellington College) Cam Preston (Onslow College) Nick Pile (Onslow College) Gareth...

Porirua Smash Hit Tournament

Thursday 24th November was the big finale for the Smash Hit cricket tournament played at Linden Park.  It involved 16 teams from eight primary schools in the Porirua East community. The North City Cricket Club organised and ran the four week tournament after initial School visits from the club’s coaching...