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Bhups 7-fer Bamboozles East Coast Bays plus Huge Weekend Ahead for the Premier Men!

Bhups 7-fer Bamboozles East Coast Bays plus Huge Weekend Ahead for the Premier Men!

 

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Weekly Newsletter
8 March 2018

 
Bhupinder Singh 7-fer bamboozles East Coast Bays and secures Outright Win for the Premier Men
Bhupinder Singh - Photo Credit: Phototek

ACA Match Summary

Bhupinder Singh was at his bamboozling best in the weekend picking up 7-102 in the fourth innings to secure an outright victory for Papatoetoe.

ECB put on 158/8 declared thanks largely to a half century from Connor Ridge (56*) in the middle order.

The home side then obliged with some quick runs to set ECB 242 for victory in the fourth innings, but that’s when Singh (7-102) took over.

The off-spinner used all his experience bowling with guile and deception to keep the visiting batsmen under wraps.

He made a crucial double strike in the sixth over removing both Seb Langridge and first innings half century maker Ridge to give his side the ascendancy.

ECB’s Michael Ross (92) stood up in the middle order, playing in his usual up-tempo manner to score a delightful 92 off just 70 balls including 13 fours and a six.

While Ross was a constant, Singh continued to take wickets around him, ably assisted by 3-34 from Josh Plummer.

Finally, in the 38th over, Ross’ vigil at the crease came to an end, fittingly falling to Singh for Papatoetoe to claim the outright win and top spot on the points table.

Papatoetoe 346 (S Money 100, O Reynolds Pringle 47, A Sohal 109, A Sayed 31; L Delport 3-123) and 53/7 (L Delport 3-11, R W Schierhout 3-24) Won outright against East Coast Bays 158/8 Dec (C Ridge 56* R W Schierhout 37) and 203 (M Ross 92, L Delport 38; B Singh 7-102)

Full Scorecard
 
Slow over-rate cost Premier Women five crucial overs in close run chase against top-of-the-table Unitak!
Premier Women team huddle - Photo Credit: HPCC
The Premier Women hosted Waitakere/Auckland University (aka Unitak) last Saturday with the home side winning the toss and electing to bowl first on a fresh green deck. Feala Vaelua led the bowling attack well once again, as she dismissed opener, Rebecca Ellison bowled in only her second over. Northern Spirit's Samantha Curtis (26) joined fellow teammate, Katie Gurrey at the crease where they put on 36 runs before their partnership was broken by spinner, Via Meritiana Andrew, as Curtis found herself caught at long-on. Gurrey carried on building her side's innings with 30-run partnerships with Kate Anderson (11) and Maddy Cooke (6), along with a 50-run partnership with Jesse Prasad (21). However, the real damage occurred in the final 10 overs as Gurrey and Holly Top (6*) put on 65 runs including a huge final over with Gurrey blasting Papatoetoe's Regina Lilii for 17 runs and finishing up on an unbeaten 135 off 138 balls and leading her team to 257 off their 50 overs. To add insult to injury, the home side were 30 minutes over time and therefore had five crucial overs deducted from their batting innings. 

With Papatoetoe needing 258 runs off only 45 overs, openers Tess Hickson and Andrew (19) started the team off reasonably well putting on 31 runs before Andrew found herself trapped LBW by Unitak's Alex Eastwood. Lilii (73) joined Hickson (70) at the crease where they put on 139 runs - their second hundred-run partnership this season - before Lilii was dismissed caught at extra cover in the 35th over and the team on 170/2. From that point on, there were some handy contributions from Vaelua (18) and Malia Tato (20) to give the home side a sniff going into the final overs but unfortunately, with the required run-rate climbing over tens Hickson found herself run out in the 41st over with the team on 207. With only four overs remaining and still 50 runs required, wickets continued to fall despite a big effort from the lower order with Papatoetoe finishing up 19 runs short on 238/9 at the end of their 45 overs; and kicking themselves for the harsh (but fair) lesson learned over having a slow over-rate. 

The Premier Women now look towards their must-win away match against Cornwall this Saturday to keep their hopes of a finals berth alive!

Waitakere/Auckland University 257/8 50.0 ov (K Gurrey 135*, S Curtis 26, J Prasad 21; R Lilii 3/54)
Papatoetoe 238/9 45.0 ov (R Lilii 73, T Hickson 70, M Tato 20; A Eastwood 5/47)
Scorecard
 
Premier Men Reserves take First Innings Win against Eden Roskill
Papatoetoe 240 all out (C Brookland 84, D Singh 63, B Westerlund 51) and 173/9 Dec (A Parima 44, M Khunkhun 35, L Shaw 36)
Eden Roskill 216 all out (J Shimmin 3/52) and 127/5 (J Shimmin 2/27, A Prasad 2/16)
Scorecard
 
Premier Women Reserves lose to Howick Pakuranga by 76 runs
Howick Pakuranga 162/6 35.0 ov (C Hakeagatoa 2-22, C Vaotuua 2-39)
Papatoetoe 86/8 22.1 ov ( C Hakeagatoa 18, H Burns 17)
Scorecard
 
Other Club Results - Saturday 3rd March
03 MAR 2018 One Day 1B Championship Rounds - Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 4a
PAPATOETOE CC 1B Punjabi Raiders 273/6 (40.0 ov)
SUBURBS NEW LYNN CC 1B Falcons 151/10 (30.0 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, 1B Punjabi Raiders - Won by 122 runs
 
03 MAR 2018 One Day 2C Championship Rounds - Seaside Park. - 1a
PAPATOETOE CC 2C All Stars 173/10 (37.1 ov)
ORATIA UNITED SPORTS CLUB One Day 2C DBXI 148/10 (36.2 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, 2C All Stars - Won by 25 runs
 
24 FEB 2018 Senior 4th Grade Two Day Championship - Colin Maiden Park. - A Grass
AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY CC Senior 4th Grade 51/10 (33.0 ov) & 145/10 (58.4 ov)
PAPATOETOE CC Senior 4th Grade 208/10 (52.0 ov) & 0/0 (0.0 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, Senior 4th Grade Outright Win
 
24 FEB 2018 Senior 6th Grade Two Day Championship -Keith Hay Park. - 3a
EDEN ROSKILL CC Senior 6th Grade 284/10 (58.0 ov) & 0/0 (0.0 ov)
PAPATOETOE CC Senior 6th Grade Black 158/10 (38.0 ov) & 218/7 (59.0 ov)
Eden Roskill CC, Senior 6th Grade First Innings Win
 
03 MAR 2018 One Day 4B Championship Rounds - Mangere Centre Park. - 2a
PAPATOETOE CC 4B Te Ulu 223/10 (32.0 ov)
SUBURBS NEW LYNN CC 4A V Chaos 225/4 (30.0 ov)
Suburbs New Lynn CC, 4A V Chaos - Won by 6 wickets
 
03 MAR 2018 One Day 2C Championship Rounds - Pt England Reserve. - 4a
GREENLANE CC. One Day 2C Champs 144/10 (32.0 ov)
PAPATOETOE CC 3A Papatoetoe Brothers Club 146/7 (28.1 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, 3A Papatoetoe Brothers Club - Won by 3 wickets
 
JUNIORS

03 MAR 2018 CEJL Y7A - Plate Waikaraka Park. – 4

PARNELL CC Boys Year 7A St Peters 145/10 (27.1 ov)
PAPATOETOE CC Boys Year 7A 147/4 (27.4 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, Boys Year 7A – Won
 
03 MAR 2018 CEJL Future Hearts U15A Melville Park. - 4a
CORNWALL CC. Girls U15A Maddy Green 80/1 (9.3 ov)
PAPATOETOE CC Holy Cross U15A 79/8 (20.2 ov)
Cornwall CC., Girls U15A Maddy Green – Won
 
03 MAR 2018 CEJL Y6 Premier - Plate Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 4a
PAPATOETOE CC Boys Year 6 Premier 115/8 (28.0 ov)
SUBURBS NEW LYNN CC Boys Year 6 Premier 116/1 (20.1 ov)
Suburbs New Lynn CC, Boys Year 6 Premier – Won
 
03 MAR 2018 CEJL Future Hearts U15B Lloyd Elsmore Park. - 4a
HOWICK PAKURANGA CC Girls U15B Future Hearts 108/3 (0.0 ov)
PAPATOETOE CC Girls U15B Future Hearts 109/4 (17.0 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, Girls U15B Future Hearts – Won
 
03 MAR 2018 CEJL Year 6B Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 5a
PAPATOETOE CC Boys Year 6B Red 139/9 (25.0 ov)
WAITAKERE CC Boys Year 6A. Lions 133/10 (25.0 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, Boys Year 6B Red - Won by 6 runs

For further details on results, check here
For current tables for all divisions, check here.
 
Southern T20 Results - Sunday 4th March

Semi-Final 1  - Morning 
Flatbush Friends Cricket Club V/s Maher XI 
at Papatoetoe Rec 5a 
Short Summary: The first Semi-Final was between winners of the pre-Xmas phase, Maher XI and newbies, Flatbush Friends Cricket Club (FFCC). Being the top two scoring teams in round robin stage (FFCC -1037 runs, Maher XI - 970 runs)it was expected that this match would be a high scoring affair. On the contrary, it turned out to be a low scoring thriller. 

Maher XI won the toss and elected to bat. Openers, Param and Dam, started off cautiously due to the accurate lines and lengths of FFCC's opening bowlers, Gurmeet M and Husan with their consistency paying off with a breakthrough in the 6th over. Thereafter, wickets continued to fall at regular intervals at the hands of Gurmeet M 2-26, Sarb 2-16, and Amritpal 2-13 and was well-supported by some fantastic fielding. Ram (30) tried to steady the innings with little support from Jagga (13) but the entire team bundled out in the final over for 112 with FFCC captain, Gurcharan taking the last wicket and finishing with 3-23.

At the halfway stage FFCC would have felt that their Grand Final berth was almost secured. This was evident in the approach of FFCC's openers, Ravi and Jaggi as the duo started the innings with some crisp hitting to the fence. Pretty soon all was looking lost for Maher XI before Rahul (1-32) removed FFCC's top-scoring batsman of the league, Ravi (15). Ram followed up by bagging two scalps in his 4th over which shifted the momentum quickly in favor of Maher XI. From thereon it was "The Harry Show". Maher XI's consistent left arm spinner broke the back of FFCC's run chase claiming 5 wickets for a measly 19 runs. Sarb (15) tried to initiate a late rescue with a couple of good shots but it was all too little too late. Eventually, FFCC were bowled out in 16th over for 99, falling short of the target by 13 runs. Three batsmen, Ravi, Shiv Inder and Sarb all finishing on 15 runs each. Maher XI are through to the Grand Final with a fighting comeback showing why they were the best team in the pre-xmas league. 

Final Scores:
Maher XI
 113 all out in 19.1 ov (Ram 30, Gurcharan 3-23 ) Defeated Flatbush Friends Cricket Club 99 all out in 15.1 ov ( Ravi 15 ; Harry 5-19) by 13 Runs 
Man of the Match: Harry Singh (Maher XI) for his match-winning performance with the ball claiming a five-for, 4-0-19-5


Semi-Final 2 - Afternoon 
Dare Devils V/s Black Leopards at Papatoetoe Rec 5a  
Short Summary: With one finals place already secured by Maher XI, it was time to find out who would be pitted against them for the title clash on 18th March. The second Semi-Final between Black Leopards and Dare Devils was also expected to be a fairly even contest. In their round robin encounter, the two teams had a thrilling high scoring game which Black Leopards won in the Final over. 

Black leopards won the toss and, like last time, elected to bowl. Dare Devils started off well, with both their openers Jai and Inder scoring at a brisk pace. They were going at a good rate until the 6th over where Aman (3-25) removed Jai (17). He then followed it up by removing Dare Devils' two top scorers of the league, Gagan(4), and captain, Amarjit (0), in his 3rd over of back to back balls. Thereafter Black leopard's captain, Varinder, led the charge by taking 5 wickets and 3 brilliant catches in the field. Dare Devils Opener Inder (68) tried to put up a fight however with not much support from the other end, extremely good bowling (Varinder 5-12, Navi 2-22, Lovepreet, Sidharth) and sharp fielding his team getting skittled out for 142 with 11 balls remaining.

With the asking rate just above 7 runs per over the Black Leopards looked pretty comfortable from the start. Openers Amandeep (18) and Jassi (30) provided a steady start. Dare Devils' strike bowler and top wicket-taker so far, Gagandeep (3-23) tried to get his team back and produced mid-innings jitters in Black Leopard's camp by picking up 3 quick wickets of successive overs. However, Black Leopards, with the assistance of extras being the joint highest scorer of their innings, cruised to a win with 15 balls to spare. Siddharth (14*) finishing off in style with a boundary alongside captain, Varinder (9*) at the non-striker's end.    

Final Scores: 
Dare Devils 142 all out in 18.1 ov (Inder 68, Jai 17 ; Varinder 5-12, Amandeep 3-25 ) lost to Black Leopards 145 for 6 in 17.1 ov (Jassi 30, Amandeep 18; Gagan 3-23 ).
Man of the Match:  Varinder Singh (Black leopards) for his amazing bowling (3.1-0-12-5) and fantastic fielding (3 Catches).

 

Playoff 1 - Morning 
Singh XI V/s The Mavericks at Papatoetoe Rec 4a
Umpire : Warren ; Scorer(s) : Lucky/Matt
Toss details: The Mavericks won and elected to Bowl 

Singh XI: 230 for 4 in 20 ov (Dilpreet 85, Mindi 82 ; Arjuna 2-25) defeated The Mavericks: 180 for 8 in 20 ov (Hari 68; Ashu 2-30, Dilpreet 2-31) by 50 runs

Man of the Match: Dilpreet Singh (Singh XI) for scoring a brisk 85 and taking 2 wickets

 

Playoff 2 - Afternoon
Gujarat Lions V/s Indian Gladiators at Papatoetoe Rec 4a 
Umpire : Akshaye ; Scorer : Dilpreet
Toss details: Gujarat Lions won and elected to bat 

Gujarat Lions 166 for 8 in 20 ov ( Vrujal 47, Kaushal 43, Saurabh 36 ; Davinder 2-14, Vikas 2-28) lost to Indian Gladiators 167 for 9 in 19 ov (Davinder 62 ; Sagar 2-24) 
Man of the Match: Davinder Singh (Indian Gladiators) for a fantastic bowling (2-14) and batting (62) performance.
For further information on Southern T20 Cricket League please feel free to contact our Club Project Manager and Coach - Vikram @022 625 5055 or Email us at Cricket@kolmar.org.nz 
 
UPCOMING EVENTS
  • Sunday 11th March - Hellaby-Hunt Cup & Club Members Function
To acknowledge the joint success of the Papatoetoe and Howick Pakuranga Cricket Clubs who have dominated the cricket landscape of South and Eastern Auckland for over 100 years, a new 'Hellaby-Hunt Cup' trophy has been introduced for competition between the Howick and Papatoetoe Premier Mens teams with the first match this weekend:

Match Details:
Where: Papatoetoe Recreation Ground 1
Day 1: Saturday, 10th March 11am
Day 2: Sunday, 11th March 11am

The Hellaby-Hunt and Club Members Function will also be held on Sunday 11th March from 4pm at Kolmar for all life members, past players and supporters to join in the celebrations of our joint history and watch the two top teams go head to head with both the Hedley Howarth Championship and the inaugural Hellaby-Hunt Cup trophy on the line!

We look forward to seeing you there!
 
  • Tuesday 13th March - Team Photos
When: Tuesday, 13th March
Where: Kolmar Indoor Nets
Cost: $15 per photo, please pay on the night
Time slots
4.30pm - 5.00pm: Years 5 - 7
5.00pm - 5.30pm: Girls Teams
5.30pm - 6.00pm: Seniors
 
This Weekend's Club Fixtures
10 MAR Papatoetoe Rec Ground. – 1
PAPATOETOE CC, PREMIER MEN
HOWICK PAKURANGA CC, MARIE RAOS RAY WHITE PREMIER MEN
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 11:00 am
Sunday, March 11th 2018, 11:00 am

 
10 MAR Cornwall Park. – 3
CORNWALL CC., PREMIER WOMEN
PAPATOETOE CC, PREMIER WOMEN
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 11:00 am
 
10 MAR Papatoetoe Rec Ground. – 2
PAPATOETOE CC, RESERVE MEN
SUBURBS NEW LYNN CC, RESERVE MEN
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 11:00 am
Sunday, March 11th 2018, 11:00 am

 
10 MAR Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 3a
PAPATOETOE CC, PREMIER RESERVE WOMEN
CORNWALL CC., PREMIER RESERVE WOMEN GREEN
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 12:30 pm
 
10 MAR Walker Park. – 1
SUBURBS NEW LYNN CC, SENIOR 4TH GRADE COOK, MORRIS, QUINN LAW
PAPATOETOE CC, SENIOR 4TH GRADE
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 12:30 pm
Sunday, March 11th 2018, 12:30 pm

 
10 MAR Walker Park. – 4
CORNWALL CC., SENIOR 6TH GRADE
PAPATOETOE CC, SENIOR 6TH GRADE RED
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 12:30 pm
Sunday, March 11th 2018, 12:30 pm

 
10 MAR Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 5a
PAPATOETOE CC, SENIOR 6TH GRADE BLACK
HIBISCUS COAST CC, MIGHTY APE SENIOR 6TH GRADE
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 12:30 pm
Sunday, March 11th 2018, 12:30 pm

 
10 MAR Pt England Reserve. - 1a
CORNWALL CC., 1B NBL AND SONS
PAPATOETOE CC, 1B PUNJABI RAIDERS
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 12:30 pm
 
10 MAR Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 4a
PAPATOETOE CC, 2A KINGS XI
GRAFTON UNITED CC, 2A INDO-KIWI RAJPUT BOYS
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 12:30 pm
 
10 MAR Te Atatu Park. - 4
WAITAKERE CC, 2C ACS
PAPATOETOE CC, 2C ALL STARS
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 12:30 pm
10 MAR Mangere Centre Park. - 1a
PAPATOETOE CC, 3A PAPATOETOE BROTHERS CLUB
MANGERE PUKAPUKA CC., ONE DAY 4A
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 12:30 pm
 
10 MAR Parrs Park. - 3a
ORATIA UNITED SPORTS CLUB, ONE DAY 4B VINTAGE
PAPATOETOE CC, 4B TE ULU
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 12:30 pm

JUNIORS:


10 MAR Avondale College. - 1a
SUBURBS NEW LYNN CC, JUNIOR OPEN B 17/18
PAPATOETOE CC, JUNIOR OPEN B 17/18
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 12:30 pm
 
10 MAR Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 4a
PAPATOETOE CC, BOYS YEAR 7A
SUBURBS NEW LYNN CC, BOYS YEAR 7A
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 8:30 am

10 MAR Te Atatu Park. - 6a

WAITAKERE CC, BOYS YEAR 6 PREMIER. HAWKS
PAPATOETOE CC, BOYS YEAR 6 PREMIER
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 8:30 am

10 MAR Bairds Mainfreight Primary School. - 1a

PAPATOETOE CC, BOYS YEAR 6B BMFS
PAPATOETOE CC, BOYS YEAR 6B RED
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 8:30 am
 
10 MAR Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 3a
PAPATOETOE CC, HOLY CROSS U15A
CORNWALL CC., GIRLS U15A PERRY
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 8:30 am
 
10 MAR Mangere Centre Park. - 2a
PAPATOETOE CC, GIRLS U15B FUTURE HEARTS
AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY CC, GIRLS AUCC/GUCC U15B DIAMONDS
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 8:30 am
 
10 MAR Melville Park. - 4a
CORNWALL CC., GIRLS U12A CLAIRE CROOKS 17/18
PAPATOETOE CC, HOLY CROSS U12A
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 8:30 am
 
10 MAR Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 5a
PAPATOETOE CC, GIRLS U12B JUNIOR HEARTS
ELLERSLIE CC, GIRLS JUNIOR HEARTS U12B
Saturday, March 10th 2018, 8:30 am
 
For more details on fixtures, check here.
 
Southern T20 League Finals Fixtures - 18th March

18th March Finals Fixtures: 

  • Morning 10am Start
    • 3rd/4rth Place Playoff - Flatbush Friends Cricket Club V/s Dare Devils @ Pap rec 5a 
    • 5th/6th Place Playoff - Indian Gladiators V/s Singh XI Pap rec 4a 
  • Afternoon 2pm Start
    • Grand Finals -  Maher XI V/s  Black Leopards @ Pap rec 5a 
    • The "Wooden Spoon" Clash - The Mavericks V/s Gujarat Lions Pap rec 4a 
  • End Of Day: Prize Distribution Ceremony
 
Match Venue Safety Check
As part of the new ACA Health and Safety regulations, it is the responsibility of the Home (the team named first in the draw) Captain or Coach to fill out a Pre-Match Health and Safety check of the field you are playing on.

Simply click on the button below and it will bring the form up. Please fill in the form when you have completed the check before play commences. If there are any potential hazards please make sure the Opposition Coach/Captain is aware and measures are taken to repair or avoid these during the match. Please submit this form when completed.

Also please make the Club Manager, Simon Poole aware of any injuries that occur during training or matches so that he can enter it into the Health and Safety register and take appropriate steps to making everything safer for both players and spectators. Any queries please don’t hesitate to ask.
 

Cricket Operations/Club Manager – Simon Poole
Mob: 027 628 2483
Email: papatoetoecricket@xtra.co.nz

Venue Safety Check Form
 
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. Also, if you would like your team's results and match summary in the newsletter, please send it through to the same email address as above.
 
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