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Top Knocks from Money & Sohal tonning it up for the Prem Men and Mulivai secures victory for the Prem Women with a match-winning maiden half-century!

Top Knocks from Money & Sohal tonning it up for the Prem Men and Mulivai secures victory for the Prem Women with a match-winning maiden half-century!


 

Weekly Newsletter
1 March 2018

 
Money and Sohal centuries put Premier Men in good position going into Day Two against East Coast Bays
Stephen Money. Photo Credit: Phototek

ACA Match Summary:

Papatoetoe played host to East Coast Bays in a vital match in the chase for the championship.

Pap had first crack with the willow, Chris Groenink (2-45) getting the visitors off to the perfect start picking up a wicket in the first over of the day.

Shortly after, Louis Delport and Tyrone Carter combined for a double strike to leave Pap in trouble at 47/3.

Stephen Money (100) and Oliver Reynolds Pringle (47) set about rebuilding for Pap, the pair putting on 75 for the fourth wicket.

Arminder Sohal (109) joined Money at the crease to continue the rebuild for Pap.

Money reaching his hundred, his knock including 12 boundaries and a maximum in a vital knock for his side.

Unfortunately for Pap, Money fell soon after reaching his century leaving the match evenly poised at 209/5.

Sohal did an excellent job batting with the tail bringing up his hundred helping his side to a first innings total of 346.

Bhupinder Singh (1-6) ensuring it was Papatoetoe’s day picking up a wicket in the penultimate over of the day ECB finishing the day 9/1.

Papatoetoe   346 (S Money 100, O Reynolds Pringle 47, A Sohal 109, A Sayed 31; L Delport 3-123) playing East Coast Bays 9/1

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Mulivai brings up Maiden Half-Century to secure Victory for Premier Women over Defending Champions!
Lily Mulivai driving straight while Feala Vaelua backs up at the non-striker's end. Photo Credit: Takapuna
The Premier Women played host to defending champions, the Takapuna Ponies last Saturday on Pap's number two pitch with the home side winning the toss and sending the visitors in to bat. Pap's opening pace attack, Feala Vaelua, and Lagi Telea were once again very tidy up front as Telea struck early in her first over sending opener, Toni Baldwin packing for a duck. Taka's first drop, Maddy Probert (17), knuckled down alongside Auckland Heart, Lauren Down to put on a 70-run partnership before Vaelua came back into the attack removing Probert early after first drinks with a sharp catch at short cover by Lily Mulivai.

From that point on, Takapuna were in trouble with Roz McNeill (5) providing a little bit of resistance for the visitors with a 29-run partnership with Down before Pap spinner, Via Meritiana Andrew, came into the attack removing McNeill bowled. Regular wickets continued to fall with Andrew finishing up with a tidy 3-30 off her 10 overs and Regina Lilii contributing at the other end taking 4-15 off her five overs before Telea came back into the attack to take the final crucial wicket of Down (76) to have Takapuna all out in the 36th over for 130. 

With 131 runs to win, it was a rocky start for the home side as Takapuna's McNeill ripped through the top order dismissing both openers, Vaelua for a first-ball duck and Tess Hickson (1) in the first over of the innings. Captain, Lelia Bourne followed soon after in the seventh over trapped LBW with McNeill taking her third wicket and the home side in real trouble at 9-3. Lilii (17) and Andrew (8), set about trying to steady the ship with a 26-run partnership before Lilii was dismissed caught in the 16th over and Andrew following closely behind in the very next over and the team in real strife at 35-5 at first drinks. 

With the home side needing the middle and lower order to step up under pressure, Lily Mulivai and Telea did just that as they took control of the innings putting on a 34-run partnership before Telea was dismissed caught behind with the team on 69-6 and momentum still going Takapuna's way. However, Maria Tato was not phased by the situation as she joined Mulivai at the crease putting on a crucial 49-run partnership which included a 17-run over off Taka's Claire Mains and ensuring the dangerous McNeill took no further scalps in her remaining overs. With the momentum quickly shifting in favor of the home side, the visitors were still in with a sniff as they dismissed Tato in the 35th over and the team on 118-7. 

With 13 runs for victory, Leiu Bourne (9*) and Mulivai cruised to a three-wicket victory in the 38th over and Mulivai finishing up on an unbeaten maiden half-century and match-winning knock of 56 runs off 59 balls which included five fours and one maximum. 

The Premier Women now sit in second place with three round robins to go and are at home again this Saturday as they take on top-of-the-table, Unitak. Go well ladies! 
Scorecard
 
Premier Men Reserves vs Eden Roskill - Day 1 Results
Papatoetoe 240 all out (C Brookland 77, D Singh 63, B Westerlund 50)
Eden Roskill 143/3
 
Premier Women Reserves vs Kumeu - T20 Results
Kumeu 101/7 20.0 ov (H Burns 2-12, C Vaotuua 2-23)
Papatoetoe 102/4 18.4 ov (M Rivaia 40*, H Burns 20)
 
Other Club Results - Saturday 24th February
24 FEB - U15B - Pap Rec Ground. - 3a
CORNWALL Girls U12A Perkins 137/6 (22.0 ov) (R Purotu 4-15)
PAPATOETOE Girls U15B 139/1 (17.1 ov) (C.Hakeagatoa 42ret, T Maika-Mataora 35ret, L Aneterea 17ret)
Papatoetoe, Girls U15B Future Hearts – Won
 
24 FEB - CEJL Year 6B Keith Hay Park. - 7a
EDEN ROSKILL Boys Year 6B Kings 106/9 (25.0 ov)
PAPATOETOE Boys Year 6B Red 118/9 (25.0 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, Boys Year 6B Red - Won by 12 runs
 
24 FEB - One Day 2C Mangere Centre Park 1a
PAPATOETOE 2C All Stars 243/9 (40.0 ov)
GREENLANE One Day 2C Champs 161/10 (29.4 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, 2C All Stars - Won by 82 runs
 
24 FEB - One Day 2C Avondale Racecourse 3a
GRAFTON 2C TBAMCG 202/8 (40.0 ov)
PAPATOETOE 3A Papatoetoe Brothers Club 203/5 (29.3 ov)
Papatoetoe CC, 3A Papatoetoe Brothers Club - Won by 5 wickets
24 FEB - Junior Open B - Blue Pool Sacred Heart College. - 5a
CORNWALL CC. Junior Open Gold 0/0 (0.0 ov)
PAPATOETOE CC Junior Open B  0/0 (0.0 ov)
Cornwall CC Junior Open Gold Win on default
 
24 FEB - Y6 Premier - Auckland Domain. - 3a
PARNELL CC Boys Y6 Prem Jarvis 118/3 (20 ov)
PAPATOETOE CC Boys Y6 Prem 93/10 (25.2 ov)
Parnell CC, Boys Year 6 Premier Jarvis – Won
 
24 FEB - U15A - Pap Rec Ground. - 5a
PAPATOETOE Holy Cross U15A 66/8 (14.3 ov)
TAKAPUNA CC U15B Toni Baldwin  71/2 (9.1 ov)
Takapuna CC, U15B Toni Baldwin  - Won
 
24 FEB - One Day 1B - Pap Rec Ground. - 4a
PAPATOETOE 1B Punjabi Raiders 194/10 (30.4 ov)
GRAFTON UNITED CC 1A Zoo 227/8 (40.0 ov)
Grafton United CC, 1A Zoo - Won by 33 runs

For further details on results, check here
For current tables for all divisions, check here.
 
Southern T20 Results - Sunday 25th February

Match 1 - Morning
Singh XI V/s The Mavericks at Papatoetoe Rec 4a
Singh XI :233 for 6 in 20 ov (Dilpreet 64 ; Sid 2-28, Jamie 2-31) defeated The Mavericks: 200 for 8 in 20 ov (Kiran 32, Chirag 30; Mindi 3-35, Dilpreet 2-32) by 34 runs
Man of the Match: Dilpreet (Singh XI) 
 

Match 2 - Morning
Dare Devils V/s Maher XI at Papatoetoe Rec 5a
Maher XI 173 all out in 19.5 ov (Parabh 40, Bharat 30; Amarjit 3-21, Gagan 3-38, Vishal 4-31 ) Defeated Daredevils 131 all out in 18.4 ov ( Mandeep 28,  Jai 24 ; Parabh 3-18, Harry 2-22) by 42 Runs
Man of the Match: Parabh (Maher XI)

 

Match 3 - Afternoon
Flatbush Friends Cricket Club V/s Indian Gladiators at Papatoetoe Rec 4a
Flatbush Friends Cricket Club 188 for 4 in 20 ov ( Ravi 94*, Jaggi 39 ; Arsh 2-10) Lost To Indian Gladiators 190 for 7 in 18.5 ov (Vikas 47, Aakash 38; Gurcharan 3-27
Man of the Match: Aakaash (Indian Gladiators) 

 

Match 4 - Afternoon
Gujarat Lions V/s Black Leopards at Papatoetoe Rec 5a 
Gujarat Lions 143 for 9 in 20 ov (Kavshal 61 ;Sandeep 2-17, Amandeep 2-19 ) lost to Black Leopards 144 for 5 in 17.4 ov (Amandeep 75, Jaskaran 36*; Sagar 2-29, Kavshal 1-30 ).
Man of the Match:  Amandeep Passi (Black leopards) 

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 
 
Papatoetoe Cricket Club Team Photos
  • When: Tuesday, 13th March
  • Where: Kolmar Indoor Nets
  • Cost: $15 per photo, please pay on the night
  • Time
    4.30pm - 5.00pm: Years 5 - 7
    5.00pm - 5.30pm: Girls Teams
    5.30pm - 6.00pm: Seniors
 
Club Fixtures - Saturday 3rd March
03 MAR Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 1
PAPATOETOE, PREMIER MEN
EAST COAST BAYS, PREMIER MEN
Saturday, February 24th 2018, 11:00 am
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 11:00 am
 
03 MAR Papatoetoe Rec Ground. – 2
PAPATOETOE, PREMIER WOMEN
WAITAKERE, WCC/AUCC PREMIER WOMEN
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 11:00 am
 
03 MAR Keith Hay Park. - 2
EDEN ROSKILL, RESERVE MEN
PAPATOETOE, RESERVE MEN
Saturday, February 24th 2018, 11:00 am
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 11:00 am
 
03 MAR Lloyd Elsmore Park. – 4
HOWICK, WOMENS PREMIER RESERVE
PAPATOETOE, PREMIER RESERVE WOMEN
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 12:30 pm
 
03 MAR Colin Maiden Park. - A Grass
AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY, SENIOR 4TH GRADE
PAPATOETOE, SENIOR 4TH GRADE
Saturday, February 24th 2018, 12:30 pm
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 12:30 pm
 
03 MAR Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 5a
PAPATOETOE, SENIOR 6TH GRADE RED
GRAFTON UNITED, SENIOR 6TH GRADE INDO-KIWI ROUGH RIDERS
Saturday, February 24th 2018, 12:30 pm
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 12:30 pm
 
03 MAR Keith Hay Park. - 3a
EDEN ROSKILL, SENIOR 6TH GRADE
PAPATOETOE, SENIOR 6TH GRADE BLACK
Saturday, February 24th 2018, 12:30 pm
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 12:30 pm
 
03 MAR Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 4a
PAPATOETOE, 1B PUNJABI RAIDERS
SUBURBS NEW LYNN, 1B FALCONS
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 12:30 pm
 
03 MAR Keith Hay Park. - 7a
EDEN ROSKILL, 2A TELEGU LEADERS
PAPATOETOE, 2A KINGS XI
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 12:30 pm
 
03 MAR Walter Massey Park. - 2a
PAPATOETOE, 2C ALL STARS
ORATIA UNITED SPORTS CLUB, ONE DAY 2C DBXI
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 12:30 pm
 
03 MAR Pt England Reserve. - 4a
GREENLANE, ONE DAY 2C CHAMPS
PAPATOETOE, 3A PAPATOETOE BROTHERS CLUB
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 12:30 pm
 
03 MAR Mangere Centre Park. - 2a
PAPATOETOE, 4B TE ULU
SUBURBS NEW LYNN, 4A V CHAOS
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 12:30 pm

JUNIORS:

 
03 MAR Bairds Mainfreight Primary - 1a
PAPATOETOE, BOYS YEAR 6B BMFS
SUBURBS NEW LYNN, BOYS YEAR 6B RED
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 8:30 am
 
03 MAR Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 5a
PAPATOETOE, BOYS YEAR 6B RED
WAITAKERE, BOYS YEAR 6A. LIONS
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 8:30 am
 
03 MAR Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 4a
PAPATOETOE, BOYS YEAR 6 PREMIER
SUBURBS NEW LYNN, BOYS YEAR 6 PREMIER
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 8:30 am
 
03 MAR Melville Park. - 4a
CORNWALL GIRLS U15A MADDY GREEN
PAPATOETOE, HOLY CROSS U15A
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 8:30 am
 
03 MAR Lloyd Elsmore Park. - 4a
HOWICK PAKURANGA, GIRLS U15B FUTURE HEARTS
PAPATOETOE, GIRLS U15B FUTURE HEARTS
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 8:30 am
 
03 MAR Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 3a
PAPATOETOE, HOLY CROSS U12A
TAKAPUNA, JUNIOR HEARTS
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 8:30 am
 
03 MAR One Tree Hill College. - 2a
CORNWALL, GIRLS U12B BOUCHIER 17/18
PAPATOETOE, GIRLS U12B JUNIOR HEARTS
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 8:30 am
 
03 MAR Waikaraka Park. – 4
PARNELL, BOYS YEAR 7A ST PETERS
PAPATOETOE, BOYS YEAR 7A
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 8:30 am
 
03 MAR Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 3a
PAPATOETOE, JUNIOR OPEN B 17/18
EDEN ROSKILL, JUNIOR OPEN FLAMING DONUTS 17/18
Saturday, March 3rd 2018, 12:30 pm


For more details on fixtures, check here.
 
Southern T20 League Semi Final Fixtures - 4th March
  • Semi-finals at Papatoetoe Rec 5a 
    • Morning 10am -  Maher XI V/s Flatbush Friends Cricket Club 
    • Afternoon 2pm - Black Leopards V/s Dare Devils
  • Playoffs at Papatoetoe Rec 4a 
    • Morning 10 am - The Mavericks V/s Singh XI
    • Afternoon 2pm - Indian Gladiators V/s Gujarat Lions
  • 1340 hrs : Man of the Match awards presentation for matches held on Sunday, 25th Feb
 
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
 
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