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The Sydenham Cricket Club is one of the oldest cricket clubs in New Zealand and was officially founded in 1895 but our heritage in other forms dates back even earlier. We are the largest senior cricket club in the South Island with 12 Senior Mens and Womens teams, five Youth teams, 39 Junior teams, and over 650 registered members. We are a "Premier" club operating in the Christchurch Metro Cricket Association competition and based at Sydenham Park in beautiful Christchurch in the South Island of New Zealand.

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Junior Winter Training

Winter Training

Hi All,

We hope that you all enjoying your Winter Sports (or a rest!)

Just to let you all know that we will be running a 5 week Winter Academy on Tuesday's or Thursdays as follows:

** Tuesdays : 31st July, 7th August, 14th August, 21st August & 28th August **
or
** Thursdays : 2nd August, 9th August, 16th August, 23rd August & 30th August **

4pm to 5.30pm at Howzat Indoor Sports, 4 Matipo Street, Riccarton

Suitable for Yr 5's to Yr 8's only

If you are interested for your player to attend then please sign up quickly as limited to just 16 players per session SIGNUP

Winter Academy is the perfect way to wake up those Cricket Skills before the season starts!

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  • 5 Week Winter Academy

    Hi All,

    We hope that you all enjoying your Winter Sports (or a rest!)

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  • April 2018 Newsletter

    The latest Beyond the Boundary newsletter is now available to read.

    Read articles from:

    • Graham Harris, our President;
    • Andrew Chisnall, our Club Captain;
    • Premier Squad Report, Mike Dolden;
    • Premier Womens Report, Maria Lankeshwar;
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  • Title Holders Dominate Sydenham on First Day

    The Prems took on the newly installed title holders St Albans on Hayley 5 with Saints keen to complete their season with a rarely achieved seven straight outright victories in winning the championship.

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  • St Albans Takes Title but Sydenham Still in with a Chance for Second

    Sydenham started the day well on the second day of our two-dayer against OBC at Hagley, after being 67 runs behind OBC’s 1st first innings total of 226, but with 5 wickets still in hand, the objective was to get ahead and declare as quickly as possible.

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