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ALL Cricket Canceled due to Covid-19 plus Last Weekend's results!
19 Mar 2020

 
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18 March 2020

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ALL cricket across the country has been canceled due to Covid-19!

Following the first person-to-person transmission of Covid-19 overnight, the medical advice around the potential risk for community sport is now considerably higher. Consequently, Auckland Cricket have taken the decision to cancel all cricket for the remainder of the 2019/20 season. 

We understand the disappointment and inconvenience that this might cause but our first priority at the moment is the health and wellbeing of the cricket, and wider, community. We do not want to put anyone at risk in what is a rapidly evolving and unique situation.

We have taken this decision as early as possible, to give clubs more time to react and communicate to members. This is a cancellation happening across the country, led by NZC the MA’s and DA’s. You will shortly see a message from NZC to this effect.

Why has this decision been made?

Based on expert advice from New Zealand Cricket’s Chief Medical Officer Dr Martin Swan and recent government information we want to ensure that cricket is acting to pre-emptively suppress the spread of coronavirus.

While cricket is a non-contact sport there are considerable measures that need to be in place to adhere to expert advice around reducing the risk of spreading the virus. Our focus specifically is on minimising the risk and impact on the cricket community and ensuring health and well-being is our highest priority.

What is cancelled?

All Auckland Cricket administered competitions. 

How will champions be determined?

Over the next few days, we will work through how we determine finishing competitions. We will keep communicating through this process and reasoning around it.

What about non-ACA administered competitions?

We strongly recommend that clubs and other cricket organisations cancel all competitions.

What about end of season events?

Our advice is that clubs cancel or postpone all end of season events / prizegivings, and make arrangements to recognise achievements at a later date.* 

Written by ACA
*Papatoetoe Cricket Club Junior Prizegiving has now been canceled. More information will be sent out asap in regards to making arrangements for coaches and managers to pick up prizes for their teams. Decisions around Senior Prizegiving is still yet TBC and will be sent out in due course.

ACA has also made the difficult decision to also cancel the Auckland Cricketer of the Year Awards Dinner planned for the 15th April.
MBT Premier Men lose first innings to Parnell
Photo credit: Phototek

Parnell vs. Papatoetoe – Shore Road

Parnell took a step closer to lifting the Hedley Howarth Trophy with a clinical batting effort to take first-innings points against Papatoetoe.

Having let Papatoetoe off the hook with tail-order runs, Parnell resumed on Day Two with work to do at 22/1. From the very first ball of the day, Sunit Birla nabbed Papatoetoe’s second wicket. Ben Rainger (69) and Fanie de Villiers then put on 63 for the third wicket to put the chase back on track.
de Villiers dominated the scoring, hitting 5 fours and 2 sixes on his way to 44 off 42 balls. When the all-rounder’s breezy knock was ended by Harshal Vyas (3-59), Andy Lane strode to the wicket.

Lane provided the backbone for another successful afternoon for the Peaches. Lane’s fourth-wicket stand of 131 with Rainger (69) took the hosts to a position of comfort. With 12 fours and a six, Lane made his way to 92 from 120 balls. The pair were both dismissed before going past Papatoetoe’s 261, but the job was largely done. Parnell were eventually bowled out for 303 with Ish Sohi taking three middle-order wickets. Shane Setia (55*) then scored his second fifty of the match before the players shook hands for the day.

Papatoetoe 261 (S Setia 81, L Istead 57*, J Plummer 37, J Parsons 3-34, J Fisher 3-54, O Pringle 3-67) and 97/3 (S Setia 55*) lost first innings to Parnell 303 (A Lane 92, B Rainger 69, F de Villiers 44, H Vyas 3-59, I Sohi 3-85) 

Written by ACA
Scorecard
Cornwall sneak home against Premier Women in low-total chase!
Taofi Lafai. Photo credit: Phototek

Papatoetoe vs. Cornwall – Papatoetoe Recreation Ground

A tight contest between Papatoetoe and Cornwall saw Lydia Batin put in a fine all-round performance to see the visitors sneak home.

A second-wicket partnership between Lelia Bourne (29) and Taofi Lafai (27) proved to be the only one of significance for Papatoetoe as the Cornwall attack ran through the rest of the order. The wickets were shared around with Emily Thurman taking 3-31 and Issy Gerrand, Isabelle O’Connell and Batin claiming two apiece.

Chasing 120, Cornwall fell into early trouble at 29/4. Skipper Claire Crooks helped steady the ship with Thurman, but Papatoetoe kept fighting. Papatoetoe’s opening duo Helen Semau and Lafai (3-34) accounted for five of the eight wickets to fall before Batin (24*), Phoebe Jones and O’Connell rallied late on to help Cornwall to a two-wicket win.

Papatoetoe 119 (E Thurman 3-31) lost to Cornwall 120/8 (T Lafai 3-34) by two wickets.

Written by ACA
Scorecard
Premier Reserve Men claim first innings over Eden Roskill
Eden Roskill 127/10 49.4ov (A Prasad 4-25, J Shimmin 3-38) and 264/10 69.3ov (S Singh 3-65, A Prasad 2-46)

Papatoetoe 261/10 76.2ov (D Bhatti 60, M Khunkhun 52, P Rehal 47, J Simmons 32)
Daman Bhatti. Photo credit: Phototek
Scorecard
Other Results
JUNIORS

14 MAR U10 Boys T20 - Pool D Barry Curtis Park. - 2a
PAPATOETOE CC U10 T20 Papatoetoe 173/8 (20.0 ov)
AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY CC U10 T20 Kiwikiwi (Grey) 161/9 (20.0 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, U10 T20 Papatoetoe – Won
 
14 MAR U13 Girls T20 - Finals Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 3a
PAPATOETOE CC U13 T20 Girls Mataora 81/5 (20.0 ov)
HOWICK PAKURANGA CC U13 Girls T20 Howick Pakuranga 207/2 (20.0 ov)
Howick Pakuranga CC, U13 Girls T20 Howick Pakuranga - Won by 126 runs
 
14 MAR U16 Girls T20 - Round 2 Waikaraka Park. - 1
CORNWALL U16A T20 Perkins 84/2 (14.2 ov)
PAPATOETOE CC U16 Girls T20 Lilii 83/8 (17.5 ov)
Cornwall, U16A T20 Perkins - Won by 6 wickets
 
14 MAR U16 Girls T20 - Round 2 Waikaraka Park. - 1
CORNWALL U16A T20 Perkins 84/2 (14.2 ov)
PAPATOETOE CC U16 Girls T20 Lilii 83/8 (17.5 ov)
Cornwall, U16A T20 Perkins - Won by 6 wickets
 
14 MAR U13 Girls T20 - Finals Onewa Domain. - 2a
TAKAPUNA DISTRICT CC U13 Girls T20 (Roz McNeill) 115/3 (20.0 ov)
PAPATOETOE CC U13 T20 Girls Bourne 128/4 (20.0 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, U13 T20 Girls Bourne – Won
 
14 MAR U12 Boys T20 White Grade - Finals Round Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 4a
PAPATOETOE CC U12 T20 Avengers 217/8 (20.0 ov)
BIRKENHEAD CITY CC U12 T20 Thunder 192/5 (20.0 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, U12 T20 Avengers – Won

14 MAR U13 T20 Post Xmas * Mangere Centre Park. - 1a
PAPATOETOE CC U13 LO30 Sohdi 142/9 (18.1 ov)
EDEN ROSKILL CC U13 Boys T20 SunRisers 183/0 (20.0 ov)
Eden Roskill CC, U13 Boys T20 SunRisers - Won by 41 runs
 
14 MAR U12 Boys T20 (Saturday) Red Grade Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 5a
PAPATOETOE CC U12 T20 Young Guns 242/3 (20.0 ov)
EDEN ROSKILL CC U12 T20 Sun Risers 111/6 (20.0 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, U12 T20 Young Guns – Won

SENIORS

07 MAR Senior 3rd Grade Two Day Championship Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 2
PAPATOETOE CC Senior 3rd Grade 145/10 (45.2 ov) 309/5 (51.1 ov)
PARNELL CC Senior 3rd Grade 285/10 (56.4 ov) 156/5 (20.0 ov)
Parnell CC, Senior 3rd Grade First Innings Win
07 MAR Senior 6th Grade Two Day Championship 2019/20 Walker Park. - 3
GRAFTON UNITED CC Senior 6th Grade Young Lions 309/6 (60.0 ov) 75/2 (9.5 ov)
PAPATOETOE CC Senior 6th Grade Black 120/10 (34.0 ov) 258/10 (43.5 ov)
Grafton United CC, Senior 6th Grade Young Lions Outright Win - First Innings Lead
 
07 MAR Senior 6th Grade Two Day Championship Te Atatu Park. - 3
WAITAKERE CC Senior 6th Grade 216/9 (60.0 ov) 0/0 (0.0 ov)
PAPATOETOE CC Senior 6th Grade Red 228/10 (53.1 ov) 183/2 (45.0 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, Senior 6th Grade Red First Innings Win

14 MAR Post Christmas 35 Over Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 4a
PAPATOETOE CC Premier Reserve Women 33/8 (8.5 ov)
SUBURBS NEW LYNN CC Premier Reserve Women 111/8 (29.2 ov)
Suburbs New Lynn CC, Premier Reserve Women - Won by 78 runs
 
14 MAR One Day Major Championship 3A Walter Massey Park. - 1a
PAPATOETOE CC 2C Knight Riders 219/10 (39.4 ov)
CORNWALL 2C Silly Sloggers 197/10 (37.0 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, 2C Knight Riders - Won by 22 runs
 
14 MAR One Day Major Championship 3A Keith Hay Park. - 8a
EDEN ROSKILL CC 3A Kiwi Blues 194/1 (27.0 ov)
PAPATOETOE CC 3A Eagles 193/10 (39.4 ov)
Eden Roskill CC, 3A Kiwi Blues - Won by 9 wickets
 
14 MAR One Day Major Championship 2A Colin Maiden Park - B Grass
AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY CC 2A Kashmir XI 172/10 (35.5 ov)
PAPATOETOE CC 2B Black Leopards 176/7 (32.5 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, 2B Black Leopards - Won by 3 wickets
 
14 MAR One Day Major Championship 2B Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 5a
PAPATOETOE CC 2B All Stars 254/7 (40.0 ov)
SUBURBS NEW LYNN CC 2B NZ Mobile Gladiators 124/10 (31.1 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, 2B All Stars - Won by 130 runs
 
14 MAR One Day Major Championship 4B Walter Massey Park. - 2a
PAPATOETOE CC Papatoetoe One Day 4B 159/7 (27.4 ov)
WAITAKERE CC 4B Mighty Centurions 158/10 (33.1 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, Papatoetoe One Day 4B - Won by 3 wickets
 
14 MAR One Day Major Championship 2B Keith Hay Park. - 4a
EDEN ROSKILL CC 2B Western Tigers 152/10 (32.0 ov)
PAPATOETOE CC 2A Punjabi Raiders 153/9 (33.0 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, 2A Punjabi Raiders - Won by 1 wicket
All Available Scorecards
Important Reminders
ALL team practices and ALL remaining club cricket games have been canceled! More information regarding end of season prizegiving will be sent out as soon as possible.

Protect yourself and others against Covid-19!
Please donate to your local Cricket Club and receive a tax rebate
Did you know that Papatoetoe District Cricket Club Inc is a registered charity at both the Charities Commission and the IRD.  This means that for any donation made to the Club of $5 or more, an individual can claim a tax rebate at the end of the financial year. 

The IRD pays out 33.33 cents for every dollar you donate to charities or similar organisations. The total you can claim in one tax year is the lesser of 33.33% of your total donations or 33.33% of your taxable income.

So, if you would like to support your local Club and are keen to get a tax rebate, donations can be made to account number 12-3044-0287262-52.  Once you make a donation please email papatoetoecricketclub295@gmail.com and we will arrange to send you out a tax receipt.  Thank you for your support.
Coaches/Umpires/Scorers Corner - Qualifications
Foundation Course (an email address is required for initial registration) - this course is a requirement to coach all soft ball and tennis ball grades and can be completed all online.

Advanced Foundation Course - the Foundation Course is a pre-requisite for this and involves theory as well as practical components. This is a requirement to coach all junior boys (U19 and below) and girls (U16 and below) grades.

Umpiring and Scoring modules 
Any questions, feedback or suggestions?
All questions, feedback or suggestions welcome to help improve your on and off-field experiences as a club member (e.g. ideas for club events etc.), please email club admin papatoetoecricketclub295@gmail.com
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