2019/20 Fixtures and Results
Civil Quarries Inglewood Prems
Inglewood Prem 2
Inglewood 3rd Grade
AG Builders Super Smash Div 1
Icon Sports Super Smash Div 2
Taranaki Civil Super Stars
Taranaki Physio Super Stars
Phillips Plumbing Super Bash Div 1
HEL Super Bash Div 2
Inglewood High School
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2 months ago
We've had a look back at the stats in preparation for announcing the 2019-2020 season trophies and awards. With that, we announce, INGLEWOOD CRICKET CLUB TEAM OF THE YEAR! Captained by none other than, Jamie Brocklehurst.
1. Aaron Zame (Prems) Bat 34.3
2. Brent How (Seniors) Bat 23.3
3. Tim Connole (w) (Seniors) Bat 30.4
4. Jamie Brocklehurst (c) (Thirds) Bat 62.4
5. Scott Rumball (Seniors) Bat 43.3
6. Jason Dombroski (Prems) Bat 28.7 Ball 13.6
7. Miles White (Seniors) Bat 79 Ball 26.2
8. Luke Dravitzki (Prems) Bat 20 Ball 17.9
9. Heath Karlson (Thirds) Bat 33.8 Ball 12.6
10. Alex Phillips (Thirds) Ball 10.2
11. Richard Clough (Prems) Ball 15.5
12. Matt Simpson (Prems) Bat 20.8 Ball 16.2
Jack White (Seniors)
Clint Frost (Prems)
Riley Bieseik (Thirds)
Well done to all the players in the club this year, we had all three teams make the semis/finals in their respective grades, along with some fantastic individual performances!
Let us know what you think of this 2019-2020 TEAM OF THE YEAR! ... See MoreSee Less
Good to see Matt Simpson where he belongs
As we head into unprecedented times, we reflect on what could have been re Prems, what was Snrs & 3rds. As I write this our country goes into lock down, look after yourselves, families and keep in touch with friends as this will be trying times.
A season the club should be proud of = Prems making S/Finals in Onedayers, 20/20, and 2Dayers (without playing semi’s) Snrs, made it to the semis only going down by 3 wits against eventual winners Auroa, must make mention of captain Brent How how he has lead & organised the team, great stuff Howy. 3rds had a great season, again Brocky has done a great job organising the team & training the young ones, great to see on Thursday nights kids everywhere and all seems to function well, 3rds made it through to the final and home advantage, in whatwas a great game they fell short by 18 runs. I must mention when Fitzroy got Brocky for a duck, it would be the loudest roar we have heard at Karo for a while . We will be unable to have our annual prize giving dinner at this time, we will though when things settle down committee will organise a date, in saying that , shortly we will get the stats in and announce the winners, via the website, something to look forward to.
As a club it would be probably close to the best season we have had outside the amazing 2014/15 season (Prems ,Oneday & 20/20 Champions, Runner-up 2Day Comp- Snrs Champions) well done to all involved. Take care see you on the other side.
Cheers Sully ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for keeping your overseas fans updated. Got to say well done to Pelsalls favourite kiwi 👏👏👏
Well done Badgers
CIVIL QUARRIES INGLEWOOD PREMIERS PROGRESS THROUGH TO THE SEMI FINALS AFTER A MAX OUTRIGHT VICTORY OVER STRATFORD.
Resuming Day 2 with the game and season on the line at 71 for 4 after Stratford posted 209. The majority of the scoring coming from Liam Muggeridge, hitting a fantastic 126. This left Inglewood requiring a big day to progress through to the premier semi finals.
Clint Frost, sponsored by Steve Herlihy Insulation and LED Lighting, delivered just what the team required, scoring a hard hitting 87. Support came from Brent Stevens 56, Jason Dombroski 27 and Matt Simpson 38* in getting the team to 285 for 7 declared at lunch.
Now requiring 10 wickets for outright victory to pass NPOB and NPBHS on the table, Clint Frost again proved his alround value with a crutial 3 wickets including that of Tom Bruce, caught under the lid with a spectacular catch by Brent How. Luke Dravitzki was also in top form with impressive figures of 4 for 10 off 7 overs. Stratford all out for 130.
Requiring just 55 runs for victory, Inglewoods batsman made hard work of the situation, losing 6 wickets before inevitably Matt Simpson hit the winnings runs with 5 overs remaining in the day.
A-Z Web Solution's very own, Aaron Zame brought up his incredible milestone of 7000 runs for the Badgers.
Zamo holds the record's for most runs scored and most centuries made for the club, both of which look to be locked up for many years to come. Congratulations Z on your achievement!
The boys now head to 2nd place Marist at Lynnmouth park for the 2020 Two Day semi final, held on Saturday and Sunday. Hawera finished top of the table and will host last years champions NPOB. Goodluck to all four teams playing in the semi finals this weekend! ... See MoreSee Less
Word on the street is the wives are ecstatic. Good luck boys.
Dan Pennell u seen this. The skipper finally deliveringggg
OLD TIMERS DAY 👴🏏👏
BLACKCAPS TOM BRUCE IS PLAYING ✅💣🇳🇿
THIRDS GRAND FINAL V FITZROY 🥇❓🥈
PREMIERS V STRATFORD MUST WIN 🤞🏏☀️
Its the final round of the Two Day competition tomorrow at Karo Park with our Civil Quarries Inglewood Premiers hosting Stratford with play beginning at 10.30am.
Be sure to come down and support our boys in a must win situation ahead of the semi finals in two weeks time. There will be plenty of excitement tomorrow with Stratford's Blackcaps batsman Tom Bruce in the line up and capable of putting on a spectacle for all. Jamie Brocklehurst will also be captaining his Thirds side in the final on the artificial wicket, Jamie, another one capable of sending the ball to all parts.
All old timers of Inglewood Cricket Club are welcome to come along for a watch and a catch up with former and current players! We look forward to seeing you there! ... See MoreSee Less
Dan Pennell up the order agen after his double figures score 🤷♂️🤷♂️🤷♂️🤷♂️
INGLEWOOD THIRDS V FITZROY - FINAL LINE UP!
Old timers day will be a spectacle at Karo Park tomorrow with the grand final between our 1st place Inglewood Thirds vs 2nd place Fitzroy.
Play starts at 1pm, if you get the chance, we urge you to come down and support our lads in pursuit of a championship!
A real mix of youth and experience, the Thirds have been a promising team all year; Ex premiers, exciting future prospects for higher honors, this team has it all! ... See MoreSee Less
Old timers day. There are a few old timers in this team 🤣🤣🤣🤣
Still playing obviously
How did they go?
INGLEWOOD PREM 2 V AUROA - SEMI FINAL LINE UP!
Here is your Inglewood Prem 2 team heading to Auroa school on saturday with play beginning at 1pm!
A massive day awaits for our lads who have shown great form all season, finishing 3rd in round robin behind top of the table Pihama and 2nd place Auroa.
The team has plenty of fire power in the batting department and mulitple quick bowlers capable of tearing any opposition apart.
Goodluck, the club is backing you boys to get to the park next week! ... See MoreSee Less
I made the team wow awesome can’t wait. I’m not batting 10 though. Actually maybe I should.
Good luck lads
No oz u batting 11 and only just made it better prove yourself
Good luck boys
I thought jock retired?
Brent Stevens unavailable now married with kids? Todd Henderson?
Jock he still got it
Awesome work lads 👏👏👏
Ethan Brocklehurst you beauty!
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Awesome and well done Ethan!
OSCARS KIWI KAFE, RICHARD CLOUGH CONTINUES HIS EXCELLENT BREAK OUT SEASON WITH CAREER BEST FIGURES OF 6 FOR 84 OFF 16 OVERS.
🏏Civil Quarries Premiers were away on day 2 to Hawera United at the Hub.
With 4 wickets in hand and 23 runs required for the all important first innings points, disaster soon struck for Inglewood. 3 quick wickets for just 6 runs meant number 11 Richard Clough (1* off 26 balls) would be asked to set up the wall and play alongside Expert Turfs Brent Stevens (26). The pair combined for a 31 runs partnership to get the boys first innings and the 190 batting bonus bonus point.
With both teams wanting the outright points to help them towards cementing themselves in the semis, Hawera's overseas Amitoze Singh was absolutely devastating with the bat. Scoring a class 166 off 123 balls including 8 big bombs! Hawera posted 232 for 8 declared with Inglewood requiring 222 for the outright win. Richard clough as mentioned above was the only bowler who would prove to be a threat with the ball in hand, claiming career best 6 wickets for 84 runs off 16 overs, including bowling 14 straight to start the innings.
In reply Inglewood would only manage 114, a big congratulations to Hawera on the victory and now look likely to finish with the top spot after round Robin.
This weekend our lads host Stratford for old timers day, in what will be a big push for max points to make the semis. The table is as follows;
Hawera = 70
NPOB = 61
NPMU = 57
NPBHS = 56
Inglewood = 53 ... See MoreSee Less
Well done Richard! Gutted I didn’t get to see it. What happened with the bat in the second innings?
Well done, Richard!
Richard you know this guy stealing your name ?
Massive congrats to Central Roofings AARON TAYLOR who took out tonight's spinners club membership draw. Here he is claiming his prize from another Inglewood Cricket Club sponsor - Hairy Dog Sports Bar and Cafe. For any queries as to whether you qualify for the spinners club, please private message spinners Club President Aaron Taylor, or vice president Luke Dravitzki. ... See MoreSee Less
5 months ago
Another successful Hammer Sixes at Karo on sunday, a great turn out, with plenty of new comers!
TEAM CHEESE GO BACK TO BACK! 🏆🏆
Lead by Jesse Sabine as pictured, team cheese were top Qualifiers in their pool, and eventually beat the Bruisers in a tight final! Congratulations to the lads going two years undefeated!
A massive thankyou to all the sponsors for the 6 aside tournament, it wouldnt be the same without you 🏏 ... See MoreSee Less
Well done Marto and the boys
Matt Cann next year!!!
2019/20 Prem Stats
2019/20 MVP Leaderboard
- Ramesh SubasingheFormer First Class Player & Current High Performance Coach
It gives me great pleasure writing a recommendation for Inglewood cricket club, as it was my first Kiwi experience. I loved it so much that, it convinced me to return to NZ permanently with my wife from the UK.... The club is very serious about the game and have established a culture of continuous improvement.... As a player you will be training twice a week minimum and you will be exposed to a good structured training routine to improve your skills on grass centre wicket sessions.... I highly recommend Inglewood Cricket club for your next cricketing destination....
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