Cancellations and Ground Changes
27/11/21 – No cancellations this morning.
Junior Pre Season training for males and females will be starting week beginning 23rd August and running for 6 weeks. These trainings will be indoors at the YMCA for at least the first 5 weeks with the 6th week outside at the HPC as an open net session (weather...
Wairarapa Cricket 2021-22 Season Pathway/Representative Coach Expressions of Interest are now open. If you are interested in positively impacting a range of cricketers within our Pathway System, aligned to the Sport NZ Balance is Better approach then we are...
The Wairarapa Cricket Association are calling for Expressions of Interest for the position of Manager of the Wairarapa Senior Mens Representative Side for the 2021/22 season. The Management position is voluntary and encompasses a range of activity, details of...
Wairarapa Cricket Association Pathway Changes 2020-21 For the 2020-21 season, the development area that has always existed within the WCA representative pathway (male and female) is undergoing some positive change. Nationwide all sports are being asked to...
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Wairarapa boasts a proud tradition of home grown players moving through our pathways onto current New Zealand and First Class Cricket Representation:
Ross Taylor – raised in Masterton, played junior club cricket for Lansdowne, JCB rep cricket for Wairarapa and his early secondary school years playing for Wairarapa College.
Doug Bracewell – four years at Rathkeale College
Elizabeth Perry – attended Chanel College and a White Fern for 4 years including 2011 Player of the Series in England. Double International having also played 5 games for the Black Sticks.
Seth Rance – first selected for Black Caps squad as part of the Ireland and Bangladesh tri-series May 2017. Made his T20 International Debut against the West Indies in December 2017. A consistent CD Stag for a number of seasons and proud of his Wairarapa representative and Greytown Cricket status.
Current local first class cricketers also include Anlo van Deventer (captain), Georgia Atkinson, Melissa Hansen, Monique Rees , Gemma Sims, Ocean Bartlett with the Central Districts Hinds for the 2020/21 season and Kate Sims with the Canterbury Magicians. Stefan Hook was selected for the Central Districts Stags for a fixture in the 2016/17 season and 2019/20 seasons,and has been a consistent member of CD A.