Female Cricket

Two Wellingtonians honoured at National U21s

Amelia Kerr and Makaylah Mason Jones were honoured with WHITEFERN coach Haidee Tiffen announcing both capital players in the National U21 Team of the Tournament. The eleven players representing five out of six provinces, Auckland and Northern Districts both with three representatives each reflecting their teams top two positions on...

Consolation Victory for Wellington U21

The Wellington team suffered mixed fortunes in the 2016 National Under 21 tournament with some fantastic performances on field, unable to give the team the highly sought for table points. Wellington secured a victory on the final day to finish in 4th place, a slightly disappointing result for a strong team....

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...

Wellington Development compete in CD Regionals

The Wellington female representative programme kicked off in mid December with the Development team travelling to Palmerston North to compete in the Central Districts Regional Tournament. The competition was scheduled to be a three day tournament with six matches. The Wellington side combined players from across all areas of the region...

Blaze travel north to face the Spirit

In the second round of the women’s domestic competition, the Wellington Blaze travel to Whangarei to play the Northern Spirit at Cobham Oval. The weekend’s games see the sides play a T20 on Friday 2 December, followed by One Day matches on Saturday and Sunday 3 and 4 December. The...