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
Fixtures coming soon
4 days ago
Head on down to Karo Park tonight - 5.15pm to support your Civil Quarries Inglewood Premiers in their first T20 of 2020 against Marist.
A couple new faces for the season sees the return of power hitting Scott Rumball, who's had the previous couple of years off cricket. Also playing in his first crack with the Premiers, pace bowler, George Redpath.
Along with Marist, in their t20 pool are FDMC and Stratford who they play the following two Tuesdays respectively.
HONEY BADGERS TEAM;
1. Jason Dombroski
2. Aaron Zame
3. Luke Dravitzki
4. Brent Stevens (c)
5. Aaron Taylor
6. Clint Frost
7. Scott Rumball
8. Matthew Simpson
9. Troy Chilcott (w)
10. Richard Clough
11. George Redpath ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
HAIRY DOG SPORTS BAR - LUKE DRAVITZKI GETS DEBUT PREMIER TON FOR THE HONEY BADGERS
🏏Civil Quarries Inglewoods Premiers completed a comfortable outright victory against FDMC over the last two weeks. Highlighted by three standout performances - Oscars Kiwi Kafe Richard Clough's first 5 wicket bag - A-Z Web Solutions Aaron Zame 9th century with 111 - Luke Dravitzki as pictured scoring his first premier century with 101 not out. Congratulations to all three for their stand out performances. FDMC batting first struggled their way through to 112 all out in 58 overs, Richard Clough with 5 wickets, Jason Dombroski with 2. In reply Inglewood piled on the runs scoring 330 for 5 off 54 overs. Hundreds from Zame and Dravitzki was supported by Aaron Taylor 49 and Brent Stevens 42. With a 200 run lead Inglewood didnt have to bat again, bowling the College side out for 102 in 41 overs with all 5 bowlers sharing the wickets, Dravitzki with 3 and Dombroski, Clough and Clint Frost with 2 each. Inglewood now sit in 4th position in the Two Day Competition and will face NPMU at Home this coming weekend.
🏏Inglewood Prem 2 have started 1 and 1 after the christmas break, firstly with a dramatic match against NPMU which went down to the wire, Inglewood winning with 1 wicket remaining chasing 185. Bowling first and doing the damage with the ball was the Redpath brothers, both claiming 3 wickets each. Openers Paul Potroz and Brent How got the innings rolling, both scoring in the 20s. Scott Rumball top scored with 44. But the hero's were Miles White (23*) and Ballance Agri-Nutrients George Redpath (7*) putting on a 30 run 10th wicket partnership to claim the impressive victory.
In Prem 2s second match, they played away to Pihama. Batting first Inglewoods opener Brent How continued his impressive run of form scoring his second half century, supporting him and top scoring was Jack White, scoring a mammoth 81, before being cut short of the century by none other than All Black, Jordie Barrett fresh off his T20 Black Clash Charity game. Jordie had figures of 2 for 35 off 8 overs. Inglewood 229/7 off 40 overs.
In response, Inglewood started strong having Pihama 24 for 2. However a hundred run partnership between A Lane (87) and J Barrett (42) batted inglewood out of the game, chasing down 230 in relative ease with 8 overs and 6 wickets remaining.
Inglewood Prem 2 sit in a well earned, 3rd position.
🏏Inglewood Thirds have somewhat struggled unfortunately since the break, first up against Merrilands where they would have fancied their chances, restricting the opposition to 159. Heath Karlson claiming 3 wickets and veteran leg spinner Jamie Brocklehurst picking up 4.
However in reply Inglewood couldn't get going. Bowled out for 107 after 37 overs. Jamie Brocklehurst also doing the damage with the bat scoring a match high 33.
In their latest match against Woodleigh. Things came together with the bat. Again through two of the sides wise heads of Karlson 84 and Brocklehurst 75, both scoring at a fast rate and setting a daunting total of 272 for 8 off 40 overs. Woodleigh though brought it to the thirds bowlers. Stand out with the ball was Taine Biesiek, getting through the gate of both openers, unfortunately that brought to the crease H Jones scoring a match winning 115. Woodleigh chasing down 273 for 4 off 37.5 overs.
Inglewood thirds sit near the bottom of the Third-Grade Competition. ... See MoreSee Less
Good on you Luke. Your a legend mate. Congratulations!
Well done Luke! Congratulations!!
Good effort Luke.
Well done Luke!!!! On the honours board!!!!
Wahoo Luke!! Congratulations!!
Good stuff Luke let the runs continue
Congratulations Luke Dravitzki
Well Done Luke Dravitzki👍👍👍
Jack White we talked about this the night before 😂
A-Z Web Solutions - Aaron Zame - Gets his 9th century for the Inglewood Premiers with 111 against FDMC on Saturday to help put the Badgers in a commanding position on day one.
Congratulations Zamo, hell of a knock, now for the 10th!
#honeybadgerlegend #9 ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
Its coming up to that time of the year again!
INGLEWOOD CRICKET CLUBS HAMMERTIME SIXES!
Secure your spot in an action packed day at Karo Park on Sunday the 23rd of February.
Contact either Brent Stevens, Brent How or Jamie Brocklehurst. ... See MoreSee Less
I’d be keen if any team looking for a player 🤟 awesome day out
Nathan Rumball sort that out lad.
Inglewood Cricket Club shared a post.
4 weeks ago
WELL DONE EMILY! 🏏🏏
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Well done Emily
4 weeks ago
TEAM OF THE DECADE
With 2020 fast approaching we got Inglewood's 200 gamers, Aaron Zame and Jason Dombroski to name their Inglewood 2day Team of the Decade.
Like all team of the decades, there were plenty of good players that unfortunately didnt make the list.
1. AARON ZAME
2. AARON TAYLOR
3. BAILEY WISNEWSKI
4. NGATAI WALKER c
5. PAUL PETROWSKI
6. JASON DOMBROSKI
7. LUKE DRAVITZKI
8. HAYDEN MCINTYRE
9. BEN WILSON
10. COLE BROWN
11. ROB MCLEOD
Good team? Missing your favourite player? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. ... See MoreSee Less
Did paul and cole play this decade
Pretty sure every Inglewood prem team has had a specialist fielder over the last decade . So I think Scott Rumball is pretty hard done by
Where’s Troy Chilcott?
Defo missing the best player Martin Keegan
Martin Keegan tough crowd?
Brent Youngson must be 12th man
Nice one Bailey Wisnewski
FINAL WEEKEND OF CRICKET FOR 2019!
Commencing proceedings this evening will be the Players & Sponsors Celebration at Karo Park - 6am onwards - Everyone is welcome.
🏏CIVIL QUARRIES PREMIERS DAY 2 v WOODLEIGH - KARO PARK - 10.30am start.
Last week Jason Dombroski brought up his 200th game for the Badgers and was superb with the bat, scoring 95 and helping see the side through to a total of 198 all out. Woodleigh finished the day at 95 for 2.
🏏PREM 2 v NPOB STARS - VOGELTOWN PARK - 1pm start.
Last week the side comfortably beat NPBHS, bowling them out for 142, opening bowlers Miles White and Brent Youngson had a big part to play sharing 5 wickets between them. Tim Connole made short work of the chase as he lead the side with 53. Winning with 13 overs remaining.
🏏THIRDS v FITZROY BLACK - KARO PARK - 1pm start.
Last week NPMU Hounds were too strong for our lads unfortunately, scoring 211 for 5 off their 40 overs.
In reply our Thirds put some respectability into the total making their way through to 176 for 9. ... See MoreSee Less
This Saturday will be highlighted by the special achievement of Jason Dombroski's 200th game for Inglewood Cricket Club Premiers.
Dombo, a genuine club legend and idol, holds the records for; most wickets in a season and most runs in a season, with 7 honors board performances!!! Jason played his first game for the Premiers back in 2004 - went on to play for CD u19s, overseas in the UK and Taranaki Mens cricket.
Everyone is excited to be apart of your 200th game and have enjoyed having you at the Club! Congratulations on behalf of Inglewood Cricket Club for all your achievements.
Celebrations for Jason's 200th will commence at the end of the Two Day match against Woodleigh next Saturday the 21st, be sure to be apart of it! ... See MoreSee Less
Well done mate,. Seems a lifetime ago you boys started. Enjoy.
Congratulations! Proud parent moment!
Nice Dombo. Good luck mate
Have loved watching over the years Jason well done...😍😍😍
Always a pleasure, never a chore Congrats cuz go well Jason
Not a bad cricket player
Quality 200 games too! Who is that athlete in the Naki colours? Looks like you were bowling quick that day
Nice one domby. Always a pleasure stepping out on the field with ya. Do u still rock the ankle socks on saturdays??
Awesome JD great achievement m8
Awesome well done Jason.
Wow awesome jas may have to find down and celebrate with you
Put it in your calenders, Saturday 21st of December, Karo Park - INGLEWOOD CRICKET CLUB SPONSORS AND PLAYERS CELEBRATION! Everyone is welcome to attend and join in on the celebration!
🏏CIVIL QUARRIES INGLEWOOD PREMIERS will require some soul searching on Day 2 against NPBHS after a disappointing two days of cricket last weekend. Out played by Boys High on Saturday, Luke Dravitzki and Brent Stevens will return to the crease at 32 for 3. Still 136 runs behind after being bowled out for 33 in their first innings and made to follow on. The badgers will be looking to bat time and potentially set up a total for some sort of outcome. Next to the crease are; Jason Dombroski, Kyle Dravitzki, Matt Simpson, Clint Frost, Cody Chilcott and Richard Clough.
🏏INGLEWOOD PREM 2 play away to a typically strong Auroa side. Bolstered by the return of the two Connole brothers, Ryan Wills and ex premier, the explosive, Scott Rumball playing his first game since disappearing after a night in the basement.
The Lads got the season rolling last week with a convincing win over NPOB Warriors. Inglewood scored 176 on the back of good batting from new comer Barry Mills 40, Jack White 30 and Brent Youngson 24.
The bowlers would all chip in and do their part with a solid alround performance bowling out the warriors for 110. Miles White, Hugh Bower and Brent Youngson the key bowlers.
🏏INGLEWOOD THIRDS play away against Fitzroy on lightning's Peringa Park grass. With 4 sets of Father/Child's playing this week, it will be a great spectacle for everyone playing.
Last week the Thirds also got their first win under the belt against NPBHS, a game much like the Prem 2s. Inglewood batting first posting 171. Karlson 28 and Brocklehurst 45 would the chief destroyers in the middle order. But the biggest highlight of the bat came from the young Riley Bieseik scoring 27 batting at number 10! The future is bright with the two Biesiek boys. In reply Inglewood would bowl out NPBHS for 106. Trent Coster with figures of 2 for 14 and Jayden Dravitzki 3 for 17 both had impressive outings. ... See MoreSee Less
Rachael Biesiek good write up about your boys
The basement party, many have been lost after these.
BIG WEEKEND FOR THE BADGERS AWAITS!
🏏CIVIL QUARRIES INGLEWOOD PREMIERS play NPMU in a one day semi final at Lynnmouth Park. 11am start. The winner heading through to the final at Pukekura Park on the 15th of December.
The other semi final is NPBHS hosting NPOB at the Top Field of Boys High.
🏏CIVIL QUARRIES INGLEWOOD PREMIERS host NPBHS in the first round of the two day Competition at Karo Park. 10.30 start. Aaron Zame takes over captaincy for the two dayers. Two new faces for 2019/20 include former premier players, Tim Connole and Kyle Dravitzki.
🏏INGLEWOOD PREM 2 host NPOB right next door to the Premiers at Karo Park. Play starts at 1pm. Paul Potroz is coming off a well made 70 last week. He'll again be a key wicket for the side and look to add to his honors board performances. Brent Youngson was the best bowler last week with 3 wickets and will be looking to continue his good early season form.
🏏INGLEWOOD THIRDS play NPBHS at the racecourse. Play starts 1pm. Returning from injury is Heath Karlson, which will add some more experience amongst the youth. Preston will make his debut this season. Captain Jamie Brocklehurst is due one of his typical knocks. Could today be the day? ... See MoreSee Less
Goodluck 2day lads
Back to number 6 Todd Henderson? Or mind games u reckon?
Paul Potroz 🙂
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....
Read full testimony here.
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