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Weather rained on our parade as yet another season bites the dust!

Weather rained on our parade as yet another season bites the dust!


Weekly Newsletter
29 March 2018

 
Premier Men settle for second after rain spoils any chance of Hedley Howarth glory
Photo Credit: Phototek

ACA Match Summary

Second placed Papatoetoe held some hope of Hedley Howarth success heading into day two against University but it was the weather that ensured there was no final day heroics.

Needing an outright victory and other results to go their way, the two teams never got on the field at Colin Maiden Park on Saturday, a damp end to what has been a strong season from both teams.

Earlier on day one, 15 wickets fell in the day with University’s Jeet Patel claiming an impressive eight wicket haul.

Jeet Patel opened the bowling with Caleb Jasmat and despite the Papatoetoe top order all getting starts, Patel ensured none of them went on to score big.

Ollie Reynolds-Pringle (32) and Logan Clark (28) both batted for over 100 balls as the Patel’s – Jeet and Ketan settled in for long spells at the bowling crease.

The Papatoetoe innings came to an end in the 73rd over, number seven Stuart Money top scoring with 35 but the start was Jeet Patel with figures of 8-62, a sensational effort.

182 seemed to be a middling total for Pap and it got a whole lot better with an early strike from Reynolds-Pringle.

There was an unfortunate moment for Uni when number three Jack Windler was struck in the head from a Reynolds-Pringle short ball and left the field retired-hurt.

From there the Papatoetoe spin twins of Bhupinder Singh and Nav Aujla took over late in the day and put their side right back in the contest.

Both claimed two wickets a piece to reduce Uni to 93/5, Vijay Anand (44) top scoring so far at the top.

Papatoetoe 182 (S Money 30, O Reynolds-Pringle 32; J Patel 8-62) draw with Auckland University 93/5 (V Anand 44)

Scorecard
 
Premier Women finish the season in third place after ground delay and rain
It was a waiting game for the Premier Women as they arrived at Cornwall's number three pitch in no condition to play on after a stormy Friday night. With the match being moved to its adjacent artificial, the wait was on to ensure conditions were safe to play on. However, a downpour at 2pm saw the umpire make the final decision to abandon the match with Papatoetoe keeping their third-place standing.

The Premier Women celebrated the end of the season with a delicious Taste Kitchen BBQ buffet at the clubrooms where they also bid farewell to their four Samoan Internationals, Lagi Otila Telea, Via Meritiana Andrew, Kolotita Nonu-Lui, and Palagi Amosa who head home over Easter. Lagi and Via Meritiana both contributed greatly with the ball taking 12 and 14 wickets respectively. Kolotita and Palagi also picked up their first premier wicket and contributed significantly to the team culture, commitment in the field, and their attitude to learning in their first premier cricket experience. All four ladies have also been a huge help to Garry Wood in their coaching roles across all the schools in our local region. Thanks for all your efforts and travel safe ladies, we hope to see you back again next season!
 
Premier Men Reserves draw against Eden Roskill with Day 2 abandoned
Eden Roskill 293 all out (G Horsley 3-39)
Papatoetoe 35/3

The Reserve Men also bid farewell to their English import, George Horsley who has made significant contributions to the team finishing up with 332 runs and picking up 12 wickets across 13 matches. George was also a huge asset to the PCC coaching staff. Thanks for all your efforts throughout the season. Have a great season back home and we hope to see you back here again soon!
Scorecard
 
Premier Women Reserves lose by 4 wickets to Parnell
Papatoetoe 127/6 35.0 ov (M Rivaia 61*, K Mataora 11)
Parnell 131/4 31.2 ov (M Rivaia 2-19, D Lulia 1-24)
Scorecard
 
Other Club Results - Saturday 24th March
24 MAR CEJL Y7A - Plate Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 4a
PAPATOETOE  CC Boys Year 7A. 17/18 125/3 (16.0 ov)
CORNWALL  CC. Boys Year 7A Wright. 17/18 122/6 (23.0 ov)
Papatoetoe  CC, Boys Year 7A. 17/18 – Won

24 MAR One Day 2C Championship Rounds Glover Park. - 3a
GRAFTON UNITED  CC 2C TBAMCG 82/10 (29.2 ov)
PAPATOETOE  CC 2C All Stars 84/2 (11.5 ov)
Papatoetoe  CC, 2C All Stars - Won by 8 wickets

24 MAR CEJL Y6B - Plate Friendlies Bairds Mainfreight Primary School. - 1a

PAPATOETOE  CC Boys Year 6B BMFS. 17/18 167/15 (25.0 ov)
EDEN ROSKILL  CC Boys Year 6B Kings. 17/18 142/7 (25.0 ov)
Papatoetoe  CC, Boys Year 6B BMFS. 17/18 – Won

24 MAR Reserve Women, Limited Overs Selwyn College - 1a
PARNELL  CC Premier Women Reserve 131/4 (31.2 ov)
PAPATOETOE  CC Premier Reserve Women 127/6 (35.0 ov)
Parnell  CC, Premier Women Reserve - Won by 4 wickets

24 MAR CEJL Y6B - Plate Friendlies Papatoetoe Rec Ground. - 5a
PAPATOETOE  CC Boys Year 6B Red. 17/18 109/9 (25.0 ov)
WAITAKERE  CC Boys Year 6A. Lions. 17/18 121/8 (25.0 ov)
Waitakere  CC, Boys Year 6A. Lions. 17/18 – Won

24 MAR CEJL Y6 Premier - Plate One Tree Hill College. - 1a
CORNWALL  CC. Boys Year 6 Premier New Zealand. 17/18 146/4 (25.0 ov)
PAPATOETOE  CC Boys Year 6 Premier. 17/18 140/7 (25.0 ov)
Cornwall  CC., Boys Year 6 Premier New Zealand. 17/18 - Won by 6 runs

 
24 MAR One Day 4B Championship Rounds Parrs Park. - 4a
AUCKLAND INDIAN SPORTS CLUB 4B Young Ones 0/0 (0.0 ov)
PAPATOETOE  CC 4B Te Ulu 0/0 (0.0 ov)
Auckland Indian Sports Club, 4B Young Ones Won on forfeit

24 MAR One Day 1B Championship Rounds Glover Park. - 2a
CORNWALL  CC. 1B Mars Bars 190/3 (27.0 ov)
PAPATOETOE  CC 1B Punjabi Raiders 317/8 (40.0 ov)
Match Abandoned

Other abandoned Matches:
  • 3A Papatoetoe Brothers Club vs AUCKLAND INDIAN SPORTS CLUB 2B Masters
  • NORTH SHORE  CC Girls U15 YOU Travel vs PAPATOETOE  CC Holy Cross U15A
  • NORTH SHORE  CC Girls U12 Kathryn Robertson. vs
    PAPATOETOE  CC Girls U12B Junior Hearts. 
  • EAST COAST BAYS One Day 2A vs PCC 2A Kings XI 
  • PARNELL CC Girls Junior Hearts. Sapphires. vs
    PAPATOETOE CC Holy Cross U12A. 
  • PAPATOETOE  CC Girls U15B Future Hearts. vs
    HOWICK PAKURANGA  CC Girls U15B Future Hearts. 
  • PAPATOETOE  CC Girls U15B Future Hearts. vs
    HOWICK PAKURANGA  CC Girls U15B Future Hearts. 

For further details on results, check here
For current tables for all divisions, check here.
 
UPCOMING EVENTS
  • Sunday 8th April - Junior Prize Giving
Come along and celebrate all the success for all our junior teams for the 2017/18 season! For more information, please contact our Club Manager, Simon Poole - papatoetoecricket@xtra.co.nz or 0276282483.

When: Sunday 8th April
Where: Kolmar
Time: 12  - 1pm

NB: Senior Prizegiving date and time TBC
 
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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