Papatoetoe Cricket Club

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Congrats  to All Junior & Senior award winners, Senior 7th Grade Champs & Year 7 Team Win two titles plus more!
3 Apr 2019

PCC Newsletter
3 Apr 2019

Premier Men and Reserve Men end season with outright losses on Day Two
Luke Istead into the attack. Photo credit: Phototek

Takapuna had already taken a first-innings win when they came back out to bat at Onewa Domain. They wasted no time in getting their scoring back up and running, hitting the second over of the day for 14 runs. Mike Sclanders brought up his century shortly after Jordan Sussex was caught for 65.
Papatoetoe might have thought that two wickets in an over from Damanpreet Bhatti might slow the scoring rate a bit, but Sclanders kept hitting even as wickets fell around him.

When Matt Jones came out at number 10, he sent his first ball for four, and along with Sclanders, put together a 103-run last wicket stand. Sclanders hit 69 from 38 balls, including bringing up his double-century with his 18th four of the innings. Jones was eventually run out for 32, leaving Sclanders on 202 not out, and with Takapuna on 429 – a lead of 294.

Papatoetoe needed to do some serious hitting to even make Takapuna bat again, and they set about trying to do it. Josh Plummer unfortunately fell early, and subsequent batsmen were more measured in their approach. Prabyjot Rehal and Navi Deol put on 73, but when Deol was caught behind off Max O’Dowd for 38, it triggered a minor collapse. Papatoetoe went from 145/3 to 151/6 inside three overs. Luke Istead made a quick-fire 50 batting at eight. And it might have been some satisfaction when Sanjit Birla hit Sclanders for three consecutive sixes. Unfortunately, next over he became Jones’s third wicket, and Papatoetoe were all out for 239.

Papatoetoe 135 (D Bhatti 27, K Yadav 26; M Jones 5-52, R ter Braak 2-16) and 239 (P Rehal 68, L Istead 50*; M Jones 3-61) lost to Takapuna 429 (M Sclanders 202*, J Sussex 65; D Bhatti 3-72) by an innings and 55 runs.

Written by ACA
Premier Men Scorecard
Reserve Men lose outright to Cornwall on Day Two
Papatoetoe 74/10 & 74/10
Cornwall 112/10 & 260/7
Reserve Men Scorecard
Congratulations to the Senior 7th Grade Men for winning their Championship!
The last afternoon for our Senior 7th Grade team was incredibly tense. The team thought they needed 182 to win both the match and championship and were coasting. However, as we all know, cricket can be a cruel game especially when batting collapses are involved which is exactly what happened. The team lost 7/28 to lose the match outright by 3 runs. Thankfully, this did not cost them the championship, as post-match calculations confirmed that 165 was enough to ensure the team won the title on bonus points alone. Phew!

Congratulations once again to our Senior 7th Grade side, well done on a very successful season! 

Suburbs New Lynn 137/10 33.4 ov (Ovick Samad 6/25) & 102/10 30.3 ov (Gurmeet Singh 5/26)
Papatoetoe 58/10 23.0 ov & 178/10 62.1 ov (Ovick Samad 52, Gurgap Singh 44)
Suburbs New Lynn Outright Win outright by 3 runs
Awesome Year 7 Premiers Win Two Titles this Season!
Rightly said the difference between success and failure is a great Team. Our Papatoetoe Year 7 Premiers team have certainly proved that statement right this season by handsomely winning the Mid-week & Saturday T20 competitions. With a lot of hard work, commitment and determination, this group of passionate young men have created a solid winning culture within their team. 

Our Year 7 Premiers will also be representing Papatoetoe Cricket Club at the Junior ACA Awards this Friday, 5th April at Eden Park where they will be awarded their well-deserved  'winners' medals. Excellent work boys, enjoy!
Written by Amit Sood
Congratulations to All Award Winners at Senior and Junior Prizegivings
Mike ReidyMr Cricket (MVP of the Year)JOSH PLUMMER
Grant Pattern Memorial CupClub Man of the YearRAMANDEEP KAHLON
Warwick TrophyVolunteer for the YearMARK SWITZER
Joynt Cup  Most WicketsBHUPINDER SINGH
Farman Cup  Best All RounderJOSH PLUMMER
Smudge McNeillage Award  Best Spin Bowler Top GradesBHUPINDER SINGH
Harris Cup  Best All Rounder (Club Grades) KULVIR KAHLON 
Ross Robertson  Trophy Pursuit of ExcellenceLAGI TELEA
Hunt Cup  Best Club SideSENIOR 7TH GRADE
Deas Cup  Batsman of the YearJOSH PLUMMER
Swaffield Cup  Highest Club Aggregate JOSH PLUMMER
Havill Cup  FieldingHARSHAL VYAS
Home Performance  BattingJOSH PLUMMER
Home Performance  BowlingBHUPINDER SINGH
Stamp Cup  Wicket Keeping KEVIN HENDERSON
Terry Peters Memorial Trophy  Most Improved Player (Top Grades)DILPREET SINGH GILL
Connor Cup  Women’s Best all-rounderLAGI TELEA
Ernie Bray Memorial Cup  Women’s Highest Aggregate REGINA LILII
Webber Cup  Women’s Section Merit AwardTAOFI LAFAI
Allen Larder Cup  Most Improved Player (Club Grades)RITAP GILL
Team Awards (MVP and MR Cricket)
All StarsMVP Dan NeilsonMr Cricket David Smalley
7th GradeMVP Daniel MasiutamaMr Cricket Ramandeep Kahlon
6th GradeMVP Aman SinghMr Cricket Harry
3rd GradeMVP Ketan PatelMr Cricket Ritapraj Gill
Reserve WomenMVP Teina TeopengaMiss Cricket Mirioni Rivaia
Reserve MenMVP Akshaye LuthraMr Cricket Kamal Yadav
Prem WomenMVP Lagi TeleaMiss Cricket Lagi Telea
Prem MenMVP Josh PlummerMr Cricket Josh Plummer
Clockwise from top left: Josh Plummer, Lagi Telea, Taofi Lafai, Ramandeep Kahlon
TeamMost ImprovedBest All-RounderMVP 
Year 6 Young GunsArshpreet KandolaRajveer GrewalSakeet Kapania
Year 6 HB AvengersCaleb DrillerAarian SharmaLuca Bland
Year 7 BoysRobinjot SinghAaron VirdiAustin Sood
Year 8 BoysSounak GhoshGurnash Singh & Sahil KumarPahul Singh & Sahil Kumar
U13 Girls BourneChloe PrattIeruta VavetukiLixay Tavui Samuel
U13 Girls MataroaAngite RuarauTiare VilaYapali Purotu
U16 GirlsDavinya LuliaRuatapu PurotuHannah Burns
  • Peach Product Cup Most Wickets Junior Club: Mohammed Khan 
  • Rose Henare Cup Womens Most Promising Player:Hannah Burns 
  • Louisa Lakua Memorial Cup Outstanding Volunteer:Nickie Maro 
  • Burnside Cup Most Outstanding Junior and Cricketer of the Year: Luca Bland
  • Bill Joynt Memorial Cup Highest Aggregate Youth Section:Austin Sood Honorable Mention: Sahil, Gurnash, and Aaron
Hannah Burns and Austin Sood
Full List of Award Winners
Junior Prizegiving Photos
Senior Prizegiving Photos
THANK YOU to ALL our Junior Coaches and Managers!
A HUGE thank you to ALL our coaches and managers across all our junior teams. The Club appreciates all the time and effort each and every one of you have put into the endless hours of coaching, scoring, umpiring, taxi-driving (and am sure there is more) throughout the season! Thank you again and we hope you all come back for an even bigger and better season next season!
Other Results - 30 March

Senior 3rd Grade
Papatoetoe 98/10 37.0 ov & 129/10 52.1 ov
Grafton United 253/10 73.4 ov
Grafton United Outright Win - First Innings Lead

Senior 6th Grade 
Papatoetoe 197/10 45.4 ov & 84/10 35.5 ov
Birkenhead 198/7d 53.4 ov & 84/5 19.0 ov
Birkenhead Outright Win - First Innings Lead
For further details on results, check here.
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 
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