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SUBURBS NEW LYNN CRICKET CLUB 46th ANNUAL REPORT 2017/2018 SEASON


TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE 3 4 5 6 7

PART ONE

President’s Report Chairman’s Report Honorary Officers, Life Members, Executive Committee Club Officials, Representative Honours Obituary – Peter Guptill

PART TWO 8 9 10 13

CLUB HISTORY & STATISTICS

Introduction Career Records – batting, bowling, wicket keeping, fielding Record Season Aggregates All Time Record Performance New Zealand and Auckland Representatives SNLCC Executive Officers 1972-2017

PART SIX 46 49

SUBURBS GOES INTERNATIONAL

George Hanham, Michael Barry Photo Collage James Parslow, Eli Meenhorst, Sam Cook

PART FIVE 34 35 39 41 43 44

SENIOR TEAM REPORTS

Premier Grade Premier Reserve Grade Statistics Third Grade Statistics Fifth Grade Statistics One Day Grades Statistics

PART FOUR 31 32 33

AWARDS & PRIZEGIVINGS

Cricketer of the Year Awards Club Trophies Senior Prizegiving Junior Prizegiving

PART THREE 14 19 20 22 23

OFFICIAL INFORMATION

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

Treasurer’s Report Financial Statements and Auditors Report

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PART ONE OFFICIAL INFORMATION PRESIDENT’S REPORT It is my great pleasure to provide the President’s Report for the 2017-18 season. The season just completed would have to have been one of the most challenging in the history of the club. Three major changes took place that combined to create the perfect storm. Firstly we lost Ken Maunder Park for the whole summer as the council undertook major turf renovations. While these are undoubtedly welcome and should lead to a better playing surface, it is not easy to run a cricket club with no home ground! Secondly the Premier team had to fight its way back to the top division of two day cricket having been relegated the season before. With the quality and depth of talent within the team it was always likely that we would fight our way back into the Hedley Howarth Trophy but the job still had to be done. Congratulations to captain Victor Davies, coach Shoruban Pasupati and all the players on a job well done. And finally there was the challenge of managing the club in the first season since Ross Hick’s departure. Ross had done so much for the club for so many seasons that it was always going to be a difficult gap to fill. Andrew Cook stepped up and continued to do a magnificent job as chairman, ably supported by an excellent committee and new Club Manager Daniel O’Brien. The club remains in good shape and managed to still make a small profit. As always there were many successes on the playing field, both individually and from a team perspective. Special congratulations to the Premier Reserve team, ably captained by Jacob Thorn, who won their two day competition for the second season in a row once again showing the club’s depth of talent. From a personal perspective it was great to extend the concept of the traditional Old Boys match by entering a Past Players team in the Sunday T20 competition after Christmas. The cricket wasn’t always pretty but it was magnificent to see so many Suburbs legends, from both on and off the field, running around once again and sharing many laughs. Next season will be another challenging one for the club. After five years at the helm Andrew Cook is stepping down as Chairman together with a number of key committee members. On behalf of the club I’d like to thank Andrew for his fantastic years of service and guidance to the club. He will be missed. Having said that Suburbs does still have a good core committee so the club administration remains in good hands. I have now finished my three year term and President and rather than fading into the sunset I have decided that I still enjoy being part of this great club so much that I will be returning to the committee as Chairman. Enjoy the winter and I look forward to seeing everyone again next summer. Andrew Eade President

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CHAIRMAN’S REPORT This is my fifth and final report as Chairman. I have spent now spent 6 or 7 years on the Committee and over that time there has been significant change at the Club. It has been a fascinating and, at times, challenging role with plenty of work done and still to be done. I welcome Andrew Eade’s commitment to replace me as Chair and continue that work. The Club will be in excellent hands going forward. As stated by our President in his report, this year was always going to be a challenge of greater scope than previously faced. The loss of the Park for the season and the departure of the all-seeing and allknowing Ross Hick were huge factors in those challenges. It was something I foreshadowed in my report last year and so it proved to be. We were able to maintain strong numbers and remain the largest senior club in Auckland and probably New Zealand. We are acknowledged by Auckland Cricket as somewhat unique in that regard but it does provide us with the challenge to work to improve junior numbers and the experience we provide to them. I know the new committee has a good focus on that and there will for the first time by a Junior Committee season for the season ahead. Importantly we met our thresholds for maintaining principal club status with ACA but acknowledge we have a number of works on. That will and should always be the case. Of course, a significant goal at premier level was to return to the Hedley Howarth competition and that was achieved despite the disadvantage of the Eastdale facilities. I would like to also acknowledge the efforts of Shoruban, the captain Victor and the team who manfully dealt with the cards they were played. I would also like to acknowledge the continued success of our Premier Reserve team. Importantly I would like to thank the committee who worked with me, many having been there for some years before me. It is in some respects a thankless and unseen burden and it is not done for personal reward or profile. Many hours are spent by the committee members outside meeting advancing the interests of the Club to the cost of their own personal time. Clubs like ours only survive as a result of volunteers putting their hand up. They don’t always get it right but should not be criticised for doing what they think is best at the time. Fortunately I see a Club that truly does appreciate those efforts. Of course that also applies to the club stalwarts like Chalkie and Donners who front every season to perform those crucial tasks we might often take for granted. I hope that I now leave the Club as Chairman in good heart. I also hope to remain a fixture and supporter for years to come.

Andrew Cook Chairman

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HONORARY OFFICERS PATRON PRESIDENT DEPUTY PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENTS

J. REID A. EADE C. LEE D. CAMERON G. ROSS C.FAWKNER

AUDITOR

P. KADE

M. OXLEY J. TAYLOR B.GOOD

D. ROLLINSON K.BARRY J.BELL

LIFE MEMBERS PRE-AMALGAMATION

S. DAVISON

POST AMALGAMATION

1975 1987 1990 1992 2004 2011 2012

ROLL OF HONOUR

E. BENTON S. DELL A JONES R KEALY B. NORMAN A. RICHARDS E. THOMPSON

C. ADAMS R. SOUTHGATE L. LAINCHBURY Mrs B. HOWARD R. WILLIAMS R. HICK P. GUPTILL

1987 1990 1992 2000 2006 2012

J. BINDON R. DUNNE W. HEARD M. LEWIS E. PARSONS B SORENSON C. WRIGHT

A. PANTHER I. DONNELLY B. HOWARD J. WORRALL D. SIMMONS A. EADE

V. BROOKER R. GIBSON K. KEALEY E. MARINOVICH W. PUTT Mrs B. STOCKWELL

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN, ACA DELEGATE

ANDREW COOK

SECRETARY

CRAIG HANHAM, KATH GEANEY

TREASURER

MAX MONTGOMERY

CLUB CAPTAIN

MICHAEL BARRY

SENIOR CRICKET

RUSSELL HEWAGE JAMES NOLEN BRUCE PAMATATAU

JUNIOR CRICKET

KATE HILLIER

KEN MAUNDER PARK DEVELOPMENT

ROSS HICK BOB SOUTHGATE

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CLUB OFFICIALS CLUB MANAGER DEVELOPMENT COACH PREMIER SQUAD COACH SENIOR TWO DAY GRADE COACH

DANIEL O’BRIEN KIT PERERA SHORUBAN PASUPATI SAHIL MEHTA

PREMIER GRADE SCORER

IAN DONNELLY

JUNIOR & SCHOOLS COACHING

SAHIL MEHTA PATRICK COOK RAJ MAJITHA

BAR MANAGER

DAVE SIMMONS

REPRESENTATIVE HONOURS NEW ZEALAND BLACK CAPS

MARTIN GUPTILL JEET RAVAL

AUCKLAND ACES

MICHAEL BARRY SEAN SOLIA MARTIN GUPTILL JEET RAVAL

AUCKLAND A’s

MICHAEL BARRY JAMES PARSLOW SEAN SOLIA RAJ MAJITHA VICTOR DAVIES

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OBITUARY – PETER THOMAS GUPTILL The tragic death of Peter Guptill in August 2017 was felt deeply by Suburbs as a club and by so many members individually. Guppy was quite simply a club legend who had spanned multiple generations. On the field he will be remembered as one of the greatest batsmen the club has produced. While he didn’t go on to great representative honours (he did play some games of Cricket Max for Auckland in the 1980s), Peter dominated Premier club cricket for almost 20 years. He sits 2nd on the club all time run scorer list with 11,901 runs for Suburbs. He was also a more than useful wicket keeper and fieldsman and sits fourth on the all time records with 272 dismissals. Off the field he was also the ultimate club man. He was Junior Chairman form 1996-2000, Chairman from 2002-2005 and then President from 2012-2015. His trucking business also sponsored the club at various stages and he was always ready to lend a hand with whatever work was required around the club. Suburbs is a great club and one of the main reasons is the sense of community and family. Nowhere is this more evident than in Peter’s life. He met his wife Jan through the club and she accompanied him on the club pre-season tour to Brisbane in 1981. Their two sons Ben and Martin grew up at the club watching Peter play and they both came on the next club tour to the Gold Coast in 1995.Then of course they both went on to be fine cricketers in their own right with Martin becoming one of the Black Caps greatest ever batsmen.

Peter’s tragic death from a brain tumour was a reminder to everyone at the club just how precious life is. Over 400 people attended his funeral with many from the cricket community. A crowd of about 30 of Peter’s playing colleagues, from the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s and 2000s then went back to the clubroom at Ken Maunder and shared their memories of Guppy. He would have loved that. Rest in peace old friend. After 488 innings for Suburbs you have finally been dismissed but your memory will live on.

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PART TWO AWARDS & PRIZEGIVINGS Cricketer of the Year Awards MARK ELLIOTT MEMORIAL CUP

SENIOR AWARD

JAMES PARSLOW

MAX LEWIS MEMORIAL CUP

YOUTH AWARD

SEAN PLAYLE

JIM FAWKNER MEMORIAL CUP

JUNIOR AWARD

BEVON-JOHN JACOBS

CHAIRMAN’S CUP

TEAM AWARD

PREMIER RESERVES

Senior – James Parslow

Youth – Sean Playle

Junior – Bevon-John Jacobs

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CLUB TROPHIES (Presented at the Cricketer of the Year Dinner) SKELLON SHIELD

Most Wickets (45)

LUKE DEVEREAUX

ALF LEWIS CUP

Most Runs (1032)

JAMES PARSLOW

BRAD WADSWORTH MEMORIAL

Most Keeping Dismissals (41) JONATHAN BASSETT-GRAHAM

BELSHAM CUP

Club Spirit

KIRAN MEHTA

CHRIS DORNAN MEMORIAL CUP

Ideal Supporter

RICHARD AND LEIGH MURRAY

UNDERWOOD CUP

Ideal Non-Playing Member

VIJAY MITHA

CAHILL SHIELD

Ideal Member

JACOB THORNE

CRAIG GIBBONS MEMORIAL

Best Performance

JAMES PARSLOW

PRESIDENTS CUP

Outstanding Service

ANDREW COOK

HAIRY GOAT

Classic Cock Up

JEET RAVAL

HOLE IN THE BAT

Premier Cock Up

COLIN ADAMS CUP

Grade Player of the Year

TYLER BALOGH

JOHN WATSON MEMORIAL CUP

One Day Player of the Year

HAMZA AZEEZ

SNLCC 20/20 CUP

T20 Player of the Year

PATRICK TAI

A great turn out back at the club after Guppy’s funeral

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Senior Prizegiving Team Player of the Year Premiers (John Reid Cup) Raj Majitha/James Parslow Premier Reserve (Johnston cup) Luke Devereaux rd 3 grade CMQ (Bill David cup) Cameron Spick 4th grade CMQ (Geo Smith cup) Abdullah Bangi th 5 grade Spartans (Bruce Norman cup) Tyler Balogh 5th grade Phantoms (Bob Southgate cup) Rudy Bhatt 5th Grade Lions (Herb Taylor cup) Gleshan Perera th 7 grade BCB (Stan Dell mem cup) Anmol Hassan 7th grade Titans (James Nolen cup) Megh Shah One Day Tigers (Alan Richards Mem cup) Bharguv Patel One Day Falcons (George Rigby cup) Bikramjit Singh One Day Alpha Avengers (Astrella trophy) Prashant Gudani One Day Greenview stars (Alan Panther cup) Asif Patel One Day Super Novas (Chris Fawkner Cup) Karan Singh One Day V Chaos (Colin Wright Cup) Brijen Shah One Day Akl Boys XI (Tim Lythe cup) Reneesh Joy One Day Blackriders (Distributors cup) Hamza Azeez Twenty20 Brown Caps (John Vujnovich Cup) Pologo Malo Twenty20 Old boys (Ian Donnelly cup) John Vujnovich

Most Ideal Team Member Mitchell Murray Lithira Fonseka Liam Smith Farrukh Daad Allan Ha Parminder Singh Sumudu Maturata Tejas Patel Shayne Quadros Sanjay Patel Gurlove Talwar

Atul Joshi Adil Patel Punarvasu Tatipalli Chirag Patel Jasmeet Singh Mohammad Arshard Matt Rew Surbi Bahl

James Parslow receives the Craig Gibbons Memorial Trophy for best individual performance with the new club record score of 218

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CENTURY AWARDS James Parslow Ripal Patel Ben Hick Michael Barry Victor Davies J Bassett-Graham Michael Barry Raj Majitha Raj Majitha Adil Patel Ripal Patel Prashant Patel Hamza Azeez Anil Kishor Hamza Azeez Patrick Tai Ojas Darji Sean Solia Megh Shah James Parslow James Parslow Karan Singh Victor Davies Raj Majitha J Bassett-Graham Sumudu Maturata Adil Patel Anmol Hassan Aditya Walanj Anand Mitha Imran Patel

218 185 174 152* 152 150 144 140 135 128* 126 126 122 122 121 120 118* 112 112 111* 111* 110 109 108 107* 107* 105* 105* 103* 103 100

Premier vs Waitakere Tigers vs Grafton Reserves vs Parnell Premier vs North Shore Premier vs North Shore Premier vs Birkenhead Premier vs Birkenhead Premier vs Eden Roskill Premier vs Ellerslie Greenview stars vs Papatoetoe Tigers vs Eden Roskill Tigers vs AICC Blackriders vs Parnell BCB vs Parnell Blackriders vs Howick Pak Brown Caps vs Parnell Chaos vs AISC young ones Premier vs Ellerslie Titans vs Papatoetoe Premier vs Eden Roskill Premier vs Eden Roskill Supernovas vs Takapuna Premier vs Birkenhead Premier vs Eden Roskill Premier vs Birkenhead Lions vs Eden Roskill Greenview stars vs Waitakere BCB vs Howick Pakuranga BCB vs Howick Pakuranga 3rd’s vs North Shore Tigers vs Parnell

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3-Mar-18 2-Dec-17 11-Nov-17 7-Oct-17 4-Nov-17 14-Oct-17 2-Dec-17 25-Nov-17 10-Feb-18 9-Dec-17 9-Dec-17 3-Mar-18 21-Oct-17 24-Feb-18 4-Nov-17 18-Nov-17 17-Mar-17 21-Oct-17 12-Nov-16 13-Jan-18 10-Mar-18 21-Oct-17 2-Dec-17 13-Jan-18 17-Mar-17 17-Mar-17 21-Oct-17 2-Dec-17 2-Dec-17 13-Jan-18 3-Mar-18


6 Wicket Bags Bhavya Arora

8- 19

4ths vs Grafton

25 November 2017

Anas Patel Nilan Duminda Luke Guildford Hamza Azeez Anil Patel Luke Devereaux Sam Cook Jayesh Patel Aseem Wadhwa Luke Devereaux Kuldeep Katbamna Tyler Balogh Mayur Chauhan Saheel Patel Sameer Patel Sajiid Samad

7-26 7-28 7-32 6-16 6-17 6-22 6-26 6-27 6-27 6-30 6-33 6-35 6-42 6-47 6-64 6-82

Premier vs Waitakere Blackriders vs Cornwall Reserves vs North Shore Blackriders vs Parnell V Chaos vs Papatoetoe Reserves vs Papatoetoe 3rds vs Howick Pakuranga Tigers vs Waitakere Reserves vs Waitakere Reserves vs Takapuna Supernovas vs Takapuna Spartans vs Kumeu Tigers vs AISC BCB vs SNLCC BCB vs Parnell SNLCC vs SNLCC BCB

3 March 2018 10 March 2018 25 November 2017 3 March 2018 20 January 2018 10 March 2018 10 March 2018 4 November 2017 20 January 2018 10 February 2018 17 March 2018 16 December 2017 16 December 2017 20 January 2018 24 February 2018 25 November 2017

SNLCC Lions vs Ellerslie

17 February 2018

Hattrick Abhishake Peiris

Two of Suburbs greatest ever fast bowlers, Stu Gillespie and Chris Lee at the club after Guppy’s funeral

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JUNIOR AWARDS & PRIZEGIVING Team

Player of the Year

Ideal Team member

Year 8 Premiers Year 8 A Year 7 Premiers Year 7 A Year 7 B Year 6 Premiers Year 6 A Sharks (Red) Year 6 B Tigers (Blue) Year 6 B Lions (Red) Year 5 Sharks Year 5 Cheetahs Year 5 Tigers Year 5 Lions Year 5 Panthers Year 5 Pumas Year 4 Panthers Year 4 Cheetahs Year 4 Lions Year 4 Pumas Year 4 Tigers Year 3 Panthers Year 3 Tigers Year 3 Lions

Dhruv Patel Luke Utley Jerome Robinson Maanov Bali Ranveer Singh Aaqib Sharif Omar Yehia Marshall Jackson Rhys Adams Fred Hamilton Megh Patel Kaia Tauwhare Liam Chisholm Husain Telwala Goonj Mehta Ben Anderson Charlie Timmins Liam Ireland Rishy Jeyaram

Manish Nagula Harman Reen Mohit Kandpal Ryan Smardon Jay Brahmbhatt Samuel Francis Oliver Sutton Nico Smith Parin Shah Dev Patel Kian Kumar Toby Neilsen Rudy Winlove Vatsal Dave/Osmaan Ibrahim Liam Ng Shiu Saint Joseph Ayush Badal Clarke Sheehan Jesse Magee

Dev Darji

Shaunak Kalra

Raajvansh Chauhan Siddesh Patel Affan Sharif

Amal Krishnan Tristan Young Eddie Ross

Girls Under 15

Charlotte Smith

Alexandra Macleod

SPECIAL AWARDS Most Runs Most Wickets

Dhruv Patel Dhruv Patel

A special day for Jacob Coyle from the Junior Club as the Black Caps visit Ken Maunder

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PART THREE SENIOR TEAM REPORTS & STATISTICS Premier Team Report Another cricket season done and dusted and it's fair to say it wasn't without challenges. With Ken Maunder being out of action we found ourselves calling Eastdale reserve home. This posed a challenge in itself. From leaking covers to vandalism and of course the unknown of what to expect as a playing surface. As a team we could use all of the above as an excuse or we could accept the cards we've been dealt and focus on what we could control and that was to win as many cricket games as we could and to ultimately gain promotion back into Hedley Howarth 2 day competition while also pushing for the main prize in both the one day and 20/20 formats. I have so much admiration for everyone who has been involved in making this season possible. It was not the easiest of seasons but when you put the team first things always seem to come out in the wash and work themselves out. A special mention to Vijay our groundsman, who worked tirelessly behind the scenes throughout the season to ensure a pitch worthy of producing results, to do this week in week out is a testament to his skill. Vijay, who along with Chalky would be there throughout the week and I swear would often be at Eastdale before the sun came up on a Saturday, they did everything in their power to make game days possible so from all the playing group, thank you! Donners, the legend himself thank you for all your unwavering support and banter.We definitely made you earn your lunch this season and that's a lot to do with the amount of runs our top order scored throughout the season and a special mention must go to James Parslow who created Suburbs history scoring the highest premier score by any suburbs premier batsman in an innings scoring 218no against Waitakere in a two dayer a phenomenal feat. James along with Raj Majithia who scored two centuries and consistently passed the 50 mark in all 3 formats were vital cogs in the wheel when it came to our 2 day success and winning the two day Championship. Throughout the season we had a number of Stella performances with both bat and ball.There were runs a plenty throughout the season especially in the two day format but we commenced the 2017/18 season with the Jeff Crowe one day competition and we started in an emphatic fashion scoring a combined total of 721 runs in two games. 2 milestones occurred throughout the first game of the season against North Shore. Michael Barry scoring 152 which was then backed up by Eli Meenhorst who took 5-26 on Debut to ensure we started the season off in a winning manner. The following week brought more batting and bowling milestones. After Michael Barry set the precedent the previous week Johnny Basset Graham then decided to carry on the 150 run scoring trend as players and spectators alike witnessed him slaughtering the Birkenhead attack all over Shepherds park to bring up his maiden Premier hundred. What was also astonishing is in the same game James Parslow scored 70 runs not out off only 20 balls, his 50 coming off only 11 deliveries. To top it off Harshal Vyas ripped through the Birkenhead batting taking 5 wickets as he showed his hard work over the winter coming into fruition. What a precedent to set with both bat and ball so early in the season. After two big wins in the 1 dayers we now shifted our focus to the Tom Hellaby two day competition which had us playing our first fixture against Ellerslie. We knew to win the two day competition we would need complete performances throughout both 2 days of cricket which meant aiming to win as many sessions of cricket as we could. The prize, a trip back up into the Headley Howarth Competition. At a windy Michaels Ave we decided to bowl first on what was the first game on grass. A special mention to James Simmons who made his debut and took the gloves with the absence of Johnny Basset- Graham. He couldn’t do anything wrong taking 3 catches and a stumping as the bowlers put together a polished group performance.

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Two centuries in two games, it would be rude not to score a third. Sean Solia made sure we didn’t buck the trend in what was his first game back from injury, he scored a patient century against Ellerslie which contributed to what was to be one of 3 outright victories among our journey to be promoted back to the Headley Howarth competition. Playing North Shore the following week, this game was highly anticipated as we felt North Shore were always going to pose our biggest threat as they have always threatened to be promoted but tend to fall just short every season and we were hoping that history would repeat itself once again as we eyed the prize of promotion. Unfortunately the heavens opened Saturday morning which meant we would have to comeback on Sunday to play a limited over 2 day fixture, which means the team batting first can bat a set number of overs (52) while the team batting second has 48 overs to either chase them down or shut up shop and play for the draw. We opted to bat first losing a couple early wickets but managed to post a demanding total of 257/7 after I happened to get a few out of the middle adding to the centurion list with a score of 152. What happened next was something special. Josh Presland found his rhythm bowling with pace, venom and some deadly late swing to have North Shore reeling at 2/0 in the first over. For us it was now a matter of patience and persistence in combination with attacking fields as North Shore opted to play for the draw and to their credit they did just that. After such a positive start to the season we quickly found ourselves in foreign territory as we came across a stumbling block in the form of Waitakere who are always fierce rivals. They gained 1st innings points against us but after a 5 wicket bag from Michael Barry we now went in search of salvaging outright points. We got off to a great start Raj 85 and Baz 60. When they both eventually fell we were still in the driving seat but unfortunately the weather gods had different ideas resulting in play being abandoned so we left Te Atatu only having bonus points to savour. Off the back of the Waitakere loss we had to bounce back otherwise we’d be playing catch up going into the second leg of the two dayers. Not something we planned on doing. At the time this was the biggest game to date for us in the context of our season and looking back now it’s easy to see why. If we had lost two on the bounce while North Shore were yet to drop a game this would cause immense ramifications in our pursuit for promotion. Eden Roskill Set a demanding total of 321 and now it was up to us to chase it down. Raj Majithia and myself built a strong partnership and after I was dismissed for 70 Raj continued to anchor the innings scoring his maiden premier hundred for suburbs showing class and poise, he continued to do so as he kicked on into the 130’s. Still behind by 30 runs, in trying to win the game single handily before he ran out of partners Raj skied one in the air and to Eden Roskill’s delight he was dismissed for a sublime 140. Enter Luke Deveraux and Eli Meenhorst. Our number 10 and 11. With 30 yet to get both Luke and Eli batted without fear. New ball? It didn’t faze these two as they played cover drives and cut shots as though they had been batting all day. A cheeky edge through slip followed by a blistering cut shot saw us reach the total and claim a nail biting victory. The last game of the first round of 2 dayers had us host Birkenhead at Eastdale. With them being one of the weaker sides in the competition it was about capitalizing on this and finishing with as many points as we could at the end of the game, so we always thought an outright was in the reckoning. After Josh Presland, Harshal Vyas and Michael Barry did the job with the ball helping us bowl Birkenhead out for 114 we pushed for first innings points on the first day with the aim of setting ourselves up to win by an innings by only batting the once. The afternoon went according to plan as we raced past the 114. Michael Barry doing most of the damage scoring 140 in no time, I joined Michael at the crease and we set about scoring maximum batting points. (330) With Michael dismissed for 140, myself out for 109 and with our team total at 338/5 we decided to have another bowl to see if we could knock the top off the Birkenhead batting line up before the end of the days play. We only managed the one wicket but upon returning the following week we put on a very disciplined bowling and fielding performance bowling them out for 180, winning by an innings and 44 runs.

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Going in to Christmas ahead on points we had a slight buffer but there was not much breathing space between us and North Shore so winning our next 5 fixtures was vital. We made easy work of Ellerslie bowling them out for 110 and then proceeding to score 308/8 in what was a rain affected two dayer so all play commenced on day two. Raj (134) and Harshal (74) made very light work of the total and ensured we got as close as we could to earning maximum batting points but unfortunately, we left our run a bit too late and ran out of time. The following week saw us play our biggest rivals North Shore. Both teams playing to leap well ahead of one another in the race for promotion. To everyone’s disappointment the weather played a big part in the result or lack of result in this case. After bowling North Shore out for 132 a modest total but a tricky one to say the least we started well but soon found ourselves in a bit of a hole at 59-6. George Hanham and Johnny Basset Graham showed some very much needed resilience and ticker as they went about resurrecting the Innings and moving us closer to the total getting us to 91-6 at the end of the day. Both teams arrived at Devonport Domain the following week knowing the game was evenly poised, yet we were quietly confident George and Johnny could get us over the line. What promised to be an enthralling days play ended up being very anti climatic as grey clouds hovered over the ground and rain poured down consistently. Although both teams wanted a result we eventually decided to shake hands opting not to let rain or luck dictate as to who may be in the driving seat for the race to promotion. This of course inevitably put more emphasis on the following 2 day games. Hosting Waitakere, we were desperate to avenge our loss to them in the previous 2 day fixture, we did it in emphatic style. Bowling them out for 145 we batted and piled on a massive 457/7 in only 72 overs which included a record breaking 218 no from James Parslow the highest ever score scored by a premier player as he had the Waitakere players chasing leather all over Eastdale reserve. Another amazing feat which fondly stands out in my memory was Anas Patel coming in at number 9 scoring his maiden half century playing flamboyantly through the covers at will. What was just as special is that we wrapped up the match with outright points avenging our loss to them with Anas ripping through the Waitakere batting order taking 7-26 and taking 10 wickets for the game. An unbelievable game full of milestones for both James and Anas and what topped it off was finding out that Eden Roskill had beaten North Shore claiming both first innings and outright points leaving a hefty points margin in the race for promotion as we went into the last two games of the two day comp. The penultimate game of the two day season saw us taking on Eden Roskill who were coming off a huge win against North Shore the previous week. There was no need to discuss the magnitude of this fixture as we all knew what was at stake. Win this convincingly and we have 1 hand on the Tom Hellaby trophy. We did just that and carried on playing some very dominant cricket. The two essential cogs of the run scoring wheel were at it again Raj 80 and James 111 saw us claim all our batting bonus points setting a Big total of 342/5 so it was now to finish the job with the ball. We made sure we left no stone unturned in pursuit of maximum points and we almost managed it. Bowling Eden Roskill out for 206 we put them back into bat only to see them hang on in the very last over 167/9 as we narrowly missed out on an outright victory. The last two day game of the season saw us travel to Birkenhead and even though we knew first innings points would be enough to vie us a spot in the Hedley Howarth comp next season we wanted to finish the second half of the season how we started the first half, dominate all facets of the game, continue to exceed our last performance and continuously earn the right to be at the top. We did all of the above! Bowling first we ripped through the Birkenhead batting line up dismissing them for 86. Josh, Anas and myself taking 3 apiece and then what followed was a performance shown by a team hungry for victory. After scoring 223/5 off 35 overs thanks to a blistering 107 off 67 balls by JBG we went in search for an outright in a day declaring and aiming to take 10 wickets before stumps. Our efforts were not in vain as we managed to have Birkenhead 95/7 at the end of the day. What was to follow the following Saturday was an anti-climax as we returned to Shepard’s park to find a water logged pitch. We opted to play them in a game of football and annihilated them in that as well so after that we decided to shake hands and call it a day which meant we were now officially heading back to where

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we belong, the Headley Howarth 2 day competition. Although we had cemented our place in the Headley Howarth Competition for next season upon reflection we could call our season a success but we as players still believe we did not fulfil our potential in the shorter format. Starting the season off with two emphatic wins in the one dayers and then transitioning into the two day format, when we returned to white ball cricket we managed to secure a nail biting 4 run win against East Coast Bays. James Parslow starring with the bat (80) to help us reach a competitive total of 180 we then managed to bowl East Coast Bays out for 176 in the 48th over as I happened to claim 5 wickets. What was very memorable was the passion and determination showed by the entire team throughout the bowling innings. We also put to bed a niggly Waitakere team on a wet summers day to leave us 4 from four in the one day comp. The fickle nature of the Jeff Crowe one day competition meant that to guarantee a place in the semi-finals you would almost have to be unbeaten in all 7 games, so no game was ever taken lightly. With 3 games left in the regular one day comp we went about maintaining our unbeaten record. We did this by beating Eden Roskill convincingly thanks to a half century from resident Black cap Jeet Raval, Raj and James both scoring a hundred a piece. The hero with the ball was Mitch Murry who proved that his work in the nets hasn’t been in vain as he took 4-9 with his left arm off spin, a man with many strings to his bow. Takapuna who had been winning consistently in the one day comp posed our biggest challenge yet and unfortunately, we were not up to it. We displayed an uncharacteristically weak batting performance to be beaten by 50 runs the only person showing some fight was Harshal Vyas scoring 54. There was no time to dwell on the loss as we had to turn up the next day to take on a strong university team in a game we had to win if we were to progress into the next stage of the one dayers. We set Uni 240 to win thanks to Parslow (62) and Mitch (50). As the game ebbed and flowed no team could quite wrestle the momentum away from the other as it looked as though the game would go down to the final overs. With the Eastdale pitch becoming very conducive to spin we managed to slow the run rate down with our slower bowlers. Jeet and Mitch taking 3 wickets a piece. Once we eventually dismissed their opener who had batted the entire innings we felt this was the turning point and it proved to be the case as we bowled them out for 219 winning by 20 runs. Only losing one game meant we were to host Cornwall at Eastdale in a knock out Prelim semifinal.With the Auckland weather being its unpredictable self our game was transferred to artificial with a delayed start. We chose to bat first and got off to a very shaky start, fortunately James (98) and Harshal put on a very much needed partnership to steer us to a total of 228. Not a big total but a total we could defend if we bowled and fielded out of our skins. We did exactly that in the first 10 overs as we had Cornwall reeling at 23/5 as it seemed nothing could go wrong and everything that Josh Presland would touch would turn to gold. Cornwall then fought back through some very determined and brave batting as their opener batted through the innings who was then later in the innings supported by his skipper who came out and stamped his authority with some lusty blows and then took the game away from us. An impressive display of aggression and determination although we did not help the cause as we dropped a number of catches and missed two runouts which ultimately proved costly. A very hollow feeling for all involved especially after the start we had with the ball. A very hard pill to swallow knowing we let a game we should have won slip. In the more abbreviated version we had comprehensive wins against Kumeu, Waitakere and Eden Roskill which then set up a home T20 quarterfinal against North Shore. Batting first we stumbled our way to 101 being bowled out in the 18th over, a cardinal sin. We made early in roads taking two early wickets as we had them 17/2 but with only 101 on the board a few big batting overs combined with a couple of dropped catches resulted in us not being able to defend our low total. Congratulations to North Shore who went on to win the t20 competition. Upon reflection it’s easy to dwell on the short form results especially knowing the capabilities and talent among this group but we’ll use this as learning and channel the frustration from the season gone and draw on these experiences when faced with similar scenarios come next season. To be back in the top flight, to see players grow and improve and to share some amazing milestones with your mates it’s fair to say it’s been a heck of a season. All the effort over the last 6 months shown

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by Shoruban and from all the players, as well as everyone off the field including our phenomenal supporters has been immensely appreciated. To see the hard work come into fruition and to see us move back to where I feel we belong is satisfying, yet we are under no illusion there is plenty of hard work yet to be done if we’re to compete and to win the Headley Howarth competition as well as the one day and T20 comps. An audacious goal perhaps but one we are very capable of achieving with the talent we possess especially with more players having another season of premier cricket under their belt. Roll on next summer. Premier Captain

Victor Davies

Premier Grade Batsman James Parslow Raj Majithia Victor Davies Michael Barry Jonathon Bassett-Graham Mitchell Murray Harshal Vyas Sean Solia Anas Patel Sineth Gunawardane Jeet Raval Josh Presland George Hanham Shiran Chathuranga Eli Meenhorst Luke Devereaux Ben Hick Bowling Josh Presland Harshal Vyas Anas Patel Victor Davies Eli Meenhorst Michael Barry Mitchell Murray Luke Devereaux Jeet Raval Shiran Chathuranga Sineth Gunawardane Raj Majithia Sean Solia George Hanham James Nolen

Innings 21 23 23 10 22 18 16 6 10 6 4 10 6 7 5 5 3

N.O 6 1 2 2 7 4 1 1 4 0 0 2 2 1 2 3 0

100s 3 3 2 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

50s 4 4 3 1 0 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

HS Runs Average 218* 1032 68.80 140 920 41.82 152 682 32.48 152* 585 73.13 150 469 31.27 50 366 26.14 76 361 24.07 112 259 51.80 57* 116 19.33 46 104 17.33 59 90 22.50 22* 73 9.13 28 72 18.00 17 63 10.50 18 36 12.00 22 33 16.50 16 16 5.33

Overs Maidens Runs Wickets Average 218.5 39 827 44 18.80 223.5 50 749 42 17.83 165.3 35 533 39 13.67 172 34 539 30 17.97 134.2 23 487 29 16.79 84.4 16 266 23 11.57 73.2 11 246 20 12.30 60.1 19 193 9 21.44 12 1 37 4 9.25 7 0 51 3 17.00 4 2 7 1 7.00 3.2 0 21 1 21.00 8 1 49 1 49.00 1 0 6 0 2 0 16 0 -

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Economy 3.78 3.35 3.22 3.13 3.63 3.14 3.35 3.21 3.08 7.29 1.75 6.30 6.13 6.00 8.00

Catches 14 19 10 6 35/6 14 10 4 5 7 2 8 5 2 8 2


Premier Reserve Grade

19


3rd Grade

20


Bowling Samuel Cook Richie McPherson Liam Smith William Burrows Bhavya Arora Samuel Devereaux Aseem Wadhwa David Bade Viraj Jayasuria Kiran Francis Anand Mitha Zubair Patel Matthew Henry Luke Guilford David Simmons Blue Hammel Zubair Hajee Kiran Mehta Ish Sediqi Caleb Corban Randika Randeniya Kevin Gattu Patrick Cook Michael Geaney Wayne Mead

Overs Maidens 591 16 340 12 517 14 396 12 138 5 102 3 216 7 162 4 185 3 54 0 30 0 30 0 162 5 98 0 8 0 36 0 54 1 42 0 48 1 42 0 6 0 66 0 42 0 60 0 36 0

Runs 299 234 353 248 59 76 105 121 115 26 26 32 85 97 5 16 20 34 40 63 3 52 36 57 42

21

wickets 20 13 12 11 7 6 6 6 5 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

average 14.95 18.00 29.42 22.55 8.43 12.67 17.50 20.17 23.00 8.67 13.00 16.00 42.50 48.50 5.00 16.00 20.00 34.00 40.00 63.00 -

Economy 3.04 4.13 4.10 3.76 2.57 4.47 2.92 4.48 3.73 2.89 5.20 6.40 3.15 5.94 3.75 2.67 2.22 4.86 5.00 9.00 3.00 4.73 5.14 5.70 7.00


5th Grade (Three teams) Batting Aftab Moosa Rudy Bhatt Amanpreet Malhi Gleshan Perera Parminder Singh Shamitha Muthumala Dean Gomes Karan Mehra Allan Ha Rameez Saldin Amandeep Chandi Mohan Herath Shashi Iranga Thomas Waworis James Buksh Kanwal Sandhu Kandalkar Yogesh Suranga Godage Yogesh Bhoir Josh Cunis Keerthi Bandara Andrew Jones Sarman Kieran Cavanagh Abishake Peiris Dimuthu Liyanage Ovick somad Parik Kansara Varinder Sondh Fahad Ali Dad Tyler Balogh Quintin Lee Brijesh Patel Nadun Jayamanne Marc Wells Liam Robertson Gurinder Toor Faizal Mohammed Karandeep Bains Akshay Sharma Matthew Gosling Dinusha Wijerathna Parth Bavania Neel Patel Manish Goradia Kumar Singh Vinay Patel

Inn 6 14 11 11 15 10 11 13 10 10 16 6 9 5 8 10 4 5 2 2 1 8 6 1 1 10 8 4 8 8 7 9 7 11 1 13 4 5 2 6 7 6 3 1 2 1

NO 0 4 3 3 3 3 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 1 1 1 0 0 3 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

Cent 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

22

50s 1 2 2 0 2 0 1 2 2 2 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HS 110* 62 55 44 70 40* 85 85 72 97 65 58 64* 20* 37 72 40 46 24 11* 16 36 43* 14 13 21* 24 27 18 21 41 24 20 46 9 23 19 19* 11 8 7 4 8 2 4 1

Agg 230 304 235 234 347 201 265 335 228 227 378 117 164 20 134 190 57 84 33 16 16 109 73 14 13 76 84 35 75 84 72 58 48 95 9 106 29 29 11 23 26 18 9 2 4 1


Bowling Keerthi Bandara Nisala Ratnayake Tyler Balogh Sean Hall Abishake Peiris Varinder Sondh Thomas Waworis Kieran Cavanagh Marc Wells Ovick somad Brijesh Patel Amanpreet Malhi Nadun Jayamanne Kanwal Sandhu Amandeep Chandi Parminder Singh Neel Patel Kenneth Forbes Josh Cunis Faizal Mohammed Quintin Lee Youdbhir Sharma Kumar Singh Shashi Iranga James Buksh Karandeep Bains Shamitha Muthumala Gurinder Toor Aftab Moosa Cole Robertson Allan Ha Andrew Jones Sarman Kandalkar Yogesh Manish Goradia Karan Mehra Rudy Bhatt Akshay Sharma Gleshan Perera Dinusha Wijerathna

Overs Maidens 10 4 5 2 105 34 11 2 30 7 12 3 60.4 8 57.2 18 43 6 108.2 17 132.4 22 76.1 14 52.2 9 36.3 5 148.2 27 95.4 12 3 0 10 2 5 1 28 4 18.5 2 8 0 19 3 33 9 10 3 48 3 54 11 25 0 16 3 3 0 4 0 15 1 1 0 1.2 0 3 0 21 3 12 1 1 0 0.1 0

23

Runs Wickets Average 15 4 3.75 4 1 4.00 231 30 7.7 25 3 8.33 98 11 8.91 36 4 9.00 192 20 9.60 108 10 10.80 134 12 11.17 304 27 11.26 365 26 14.04 232 16 14.50 196 12 16.33 131 8 16.38 369 21 17.57 335 19 17.63 19 1 19.00 41 2 20.50 22 1 22.00 94 4 23.50 97 4 24.25 28 1 28.00 57 2 28.50 130 4 32.50 36 1 36.00 191 5 38.20 198 5 39.60 118 2 59.00 68 1 68.00 12 0 20 0 89 0 11 0 17 0 6 0 60 0 54 0 2 0 4 0


One Day 1A Tigers Batting Ripal Patel Imran Patel Mayur Chauhan Bhargav Patel Kirtesh Mehta Chirag Patel Sunil Tailor Naqib Slaimankhel Prashant patel Nayan Patel Chetan Patel Yogesh Bhoir Sanjay Patel Jayesh Patel Bhavesh Patel

Innings

NO

100s

HS

Runs

Average

6

1

2

185

419

83.80

6

1

1

100

199

39.80

4

1

0

59*

134

44.67

7

0

0

40

112

16.00

6

0

0

86

109

18.17

6

0

0

34

96

16.00

6

2

0

53

76

19.00

3

0

0

30

65

21.67

3

0

0

51

59

19.67

2

1

0

45

52

52.00

3

0

0

45

50

16.67

2

0

0

18

21

10.50

3

1

0

5

7

3.50

1

0

0

5

5

5.00

1

0

0

1

1

1.00

Overs

Maidens

Runs

Wickets

24

0

106

10

10.6

4.42

Naqib Slaimankhel

29

0

159

10

15.9

5.51

Jayesh Patel Bhargav Patel Sanjay Patel Imran Patel Bhavesh Patel Ripal Patel Prashant patel Chetan Patel Sunil Tailor Kirtesh Mehta Nayan Patel Yogesh Bhoir Chirag Patel

29

1

169

9

18.78

5.83

23

0

126

8

15.75

5.48

31

0

213

5

42.6

6.87

25

0

163

4

40.75

6.61

10

0

70

2

35

7.00

6

0

60

1

60

10.00

1

0

7

0

-

7.00

5

0

39

0

-

7.80

10

0

93

0

-

9.15

6

0

65

0

-

10.83

3

0

35

0

-

11.67

1

0

13

0

-

13.00

1

0

24

0

-

24.00

Bowling Mayur Chauhan

24

Average Economy


One Day 1B Falcons Batting Banka Sekhon Bikramjit Singh Karmjit Gill Sukhdeep Singh Gurlove Talwar Himmat Singh Amit Deswal Dharminder Kang Vikas Sharma Naman Prara Prakash Bhandari Harlove Talwar Rahul Ravindra Kamaljit Singh Jameel Ahmed Ankur Bhardwaj

Innings

NO

100s

HS

Runs

Average

8

0

8

1

0

84

237

29.63

0

50*

203

29.00

6

0

0

50

114

19.00

7

0

0

43

92

13.14

7

0

0

46

70

10.00

7

0

0

17

53

7.57

7

1

0

20

46

7.67

5

0

0

15

42

8.40

7

1

0

8*

28

4.67

4

2

0

20*

24

12.00

1

1

0

21*

21

2

0

0

17

17

8.50

1

0

0

14

14

14.00

2

1

0

2*

2

2.00

1

0

0

1

1

1.00

4

0

0

0

0

0.00

Bowling Banka Sekhon Bikramjit Singh Naman Prara Himmat Singh Dharminder Kang Amit Deswal Harlove Talwar Kamaljit Singh Jameel Ahmed Vikas Sharma

Overs

Maidens

Runs

Wickets

Average

Economy

38

2

193

10

19.3

5.03

36

1

183

8

22.88

5.08

46

2

216

8

27.00

4.7

47

2

229

8

28.63

4.87

18

2

81

5

16.20

4.5

33

2

208

3

69.33

6.27

3

0

15

1

15.00

4.74

2

0

19

0

9.5

1

0

13

0

13

1

0

14

0

28

25


One Day 1B NZ Mobiles Batting Sameer Sajan Kiran Francis Bipin Earnest Viju Devasia Robin Babu Pankaj Balani Jean Paul Kombara Aneesh Madhu Abhijeet Karma Fernades Verghese Sebu Abraham Ranjith SCC Sajeesj Nair Jithin Mohan Zylen Thomas Bowling Pankaj Balani Zylen Thomas Ranjith SCC Sebu Abraham Robin Babu Fernades Verghese Kiran Francis Jean Paul Kombara Aneesh Madhu Bipin Earnest Jithin Mohan

Innings

NO

100s

HS

Runs

Average

5

1

0

40

80

20

3

0

0

49

75

25

3

0

0

56

72

24

4

0

0

25

63

15.75

4

0

0

28

51

12.75

4

2

0

34*

45

22.5

5

0

0

22

42

8.4

4

0

0

28

39

9.75

2

1

0

14

21

21

3

0

0

11

11

3.67

3

0

0

6

10

3.33

3

0

0

5

7

2.33

2

0

0

4

4

2

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

Overs

Maidens

Runs

Wickets

Average

Economy

23

3

125

8

15.63

5.43

9

0

45

5

9.00

5.29

11

0

48

4

12.00

4.36

9

0

55

3

18.33

6.11

17

1

71

3

23.67

4.18

11

0

77

3

25.67

6.79

8

0

38

1

38.00

4.75

7

0

54

1

54.00

7.71

2

1

1

0

-

0.50

3

0

28

0

-

9.33

3

0

10

0

-

3.33

26


One Day 2B Blackriders Batting Hamza Azeez Salahudeen Uwais Nazeel Zaneer Salam Nazam Nahuman Nilan Duminda Hazeer Ahamed Munawwar Mohammed arif Minhas Abdul Gafoor Mohammad Arshad safran shafi Shahid Nasim Rashan de silva Noohunihar Mohammed Nuski Ishan Fernando Mahamed Askar Rizwan

Innings

NO

100s

HS

Runs

Average

13

2

2

122

716

65.09

12

0

0

74

296

24.67

12

2

0

77*

293

29.3

9

1

0

89*

231

28.88

10

1

0

39

168

18.67

10

2

0

45

155

19.38

6

1

0

67

141

28.2

9

1

0

21

69

8.63

10

3

0

17*

49

7

3

1

0

31*

34

17

4

2

0

12*

25

12.5

4

2

0

10

21

10.5

1

0

0

20

20

20

2

1

0

12*

13

13

3

2

0

5*

6

6

Bowling Hamza Azeez Nilan Duminda Rashan de silva Mohammad Arshad Shahid Nasim safran shafi Hazeer Ahamed Munawwar Minhas Abdul Gafoor Nazam Nahuman Mohammed arif Ishan Fernando Zaneer Salam

Overs

Maidens

Runs

Wickets

Average

Economy

88

3

356

23

15.48

4.03

41

2

221

20

11.05

5.37

79

4

392

20

19.6

4.96

59

5

314

14

22.43

5.35

67

6

332

12

27.67

4.96

16

0

114

6

19

7.35

34

3

181

6

30.17

5.32

33

1

170

3

56.67

5.1

16

0

73

2

36.5

4.56

7

0

43

1

43

6.45

4

0

22

0

-

5.08

2

0

20

0

-

10

27


One Day 2B Alpha Avengers Batting Atul Joshi Prashant Gundani Arun Rao Dheeraj Sharma Hitesh Shah Shiraz Khan Hemang Sanghvi Ashwajitsinh Solanki Manish Goradia Dhrumil Trivedi Sharvol Patel Mohinderpal Singh Dhruv Kamboj

Innings

NO

100s

HS

Runs

Average

8

0

0

62

239

29.88

9

2

0

75*

212

30.29

9

0

0

40

166

18.44

7

1

0

72

166

27.67

5

0

0

39

149

29.8

8

1

0

34

139

19.86

7

0

0

49

135

19.29

7

0

0

30

103

14.71

7

1

0

41

87

14.5

6

2

0

30

78

19.5

3

2

0

22*

34

34

3

1

0

12

15

7.5

1

0

0

10

10

10

Bowling Dhrumil Trivedi Atul Joshi Shiraz Khan Sharvol Patel Prashant Gundani Mohinderpal Singh Dhruv Kamboj Dheeraj Sharma Manish Goradia Hemang Sanghvi Ashwajitsinh Solanki

Overs

Maidens

Runs

Wickets

Average

Economy

55

5

212

23

9.22

3.88

47

5

259

16

16.19

5.51

38

1

275

10

27.5

7.24

40

0

231

8

28.88

5.78

54

3

277

7

39.57

5.16

20

0

124

3

41.33

6.2

10

0

49

2

24.5

4.9

16

0

97

2

48.5

6.06

3

12

3

1

3

1

8

0

62

1

62

7.75

6

0

39

0

-

6.5

Innings

NO

100s

HS

Runs

Average

One Day 3B Greenview Stars Batting Adil Patel Asif Patel Aziz Kothiwala Sahid Patel Nirmal Bal Faizan Patel Kuldip Rathod Sohel Malek Patel Farouk Mohamed Malik Vishal Bhatt Zalak Prajapati Nihar Patel Arif Vadia Juber Patel

9

2

2

128*

386

55.14

10

0

0

83

363

36.3

7

2

0

56*

196

39.2

9

3

0

44

173

28.83

8

0

0

51

169

21.13

10

2

0

64

159

19.88

7

0

0

40

94

13.43

7

1

0

35

86

14.33

8

0

0

22

54

6.75

1

0

0

49

49

49

5

3

0

8

23

11.5

3

2

0

10*

20

20

1

0

0

14

14

14

1

0

0

14

14

14

2

1

0

5*

5

5

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Bowling Asif Patel Sohel Malek Zalak Prajapati Patel Farouk Kuldip Rathod Adil Patel Faizan Patel Mohamed Malik Nirmal Bal Sahid Patel Nihar Patel Juber Patel Vishal Bhatt

Overs

Maidens

Runs

Wickets

65

1

350

20

Average Economy 17.5

5.38

52

1

324

14

23.14

6.29

22

0

134

9

14.89

6.09

53

1

309

9

34.33

5.83

55

0

318

9

35.33

5.78

10

0

113

2

56.5

11.3

25

0

182

2

91

7.28

5

0

26

1

26

5.2

1

0

4

0

-

8

4

0

38

0

-

9.5

6

0

77

0

-

12.83

4

0

55

0

-

13.75

2

0

39

0

-

19.5

One Day 4A Supernovas Batting Karan Singh Prateek Kondagari Shubham Arora Amit Wadhera Punarvasu Tatipalli Srujan Chowdary Keethan Sundaralingam Shiva Sagar Doli Campbell Harding-Deason Ishpal Singh Ravi Ravulapalli Swapneel Saxena Sujeeth Kumar Kuldeep Katbamna Saumil Patel Sunil Jala Param Prasher Bowling Shubham Arora Karan Singh Saumil Patel Prateek Kondagari Kuldeep Katbamna Sujeeth Kumar Amit Wadhera Shiva Sagar Doli Srujan Chowdary

Innings

NO

100s

HS

Runs

Average

10

2

1

110

259

32.5

9

7

0

60*

193

96.5

9

1

0

42

167

20.88

7

0

0

29

133

19

10

1

0

52

124

13.78

2

2

0

28*

48

-

2

0

0

42

46

23

2

0

0

23

40

20

3

0

0

16

30

10

5

0

0

14

29

5.8

4

1

0

21*

27

9

1

0

0

14

14

14

4

1

0

10

14

4.67

4

1

0

6

12

4

2

0

0

8

12

6

1

1

0

10*

10

-

1

1

0

0*

0

-

Overs

Maidens

Runs

Wickets

77

7

253

25

10.12

3.29

54

4

212

14

15.14

3.9

55

2

272

13

20.92

4.95

47

1

183

10

18.3

3.89

24

0

104

9

11.56

4.33

32

3

136

6

22.67

4.25

24

1

156

6

26

6.5

1

0

7

0

-

5.25

2

0

19

0

-

9.5

29

Average Economy


T20 Old Boys

Inn

NO

HS

Agg

Ave

Fielding

Batting Brett Mathers John Vujnovich Kirit Makwana Kiran Mehta Reece Young Scott Warren Tim Regan Andrew Eade Chris Lee Randall Godfrey Bill Devereaux Craig Williams Surbi Bahl Biren Patel Prem Chandnani Praful Patel Kara Waetford Brett Playle

5 5 5 2 2 6 6 7 1 4 3 4 1 2 2 2 1 1

3 2 2 1 1 2 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1

32* 31* 39 20 31* 33* 24* 35 15 18* 8* 16 5 3 2 1* 30* 1*

126 118 108 31 31 103 98 132 15 28 19 26 5 3 2 1 30 1

63.0 39.3 36.0 31.0 31.0 25.8 24.5 18.8 15.0 14.0 9.5 8.7 5.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 -

3 1 3 2ct/5st 1 4 1 4 1 3 1 1 1 -

Bowling John Vujnovich Surbi Bahl Chris Lee Reece Young Brett Mathers Kiran Mehta Kirit Makwana Brett Playle Tim Regan Randall Godfrey Bill Devereaux Luke Devereaux

Overs 15.2 9 2 7 8 5 18 17 8 7 10 2

Maidens 1 1 -

Runs 104 140 14 63 69 35 151 147 62 69 69 19

Wickets 9 11 1 4 4 2 7 6 1 1 1 -

Average 11.5 12.7 14.0 15.8 17.3 17.5 21.5 24.5 62.0 69.0 69.0 -

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PART FOUR SNLCC GOES INTERNATIONAL A significant benefit of joining a club such as Suburbs is the opportunities that the membership opens internationally. Over the years the club has built relationships with other clubs such as Harefield Cricket Club in the UK. This year once again a number of our members are playing overseas, we asked them how they were getting on and they kindly sent through the following replies: George Hanham - playing for Coggeshall Town Cricket Club in Division 1 of the Two Counties (Essex/Suffolk) Competition. The best part about playing overseas is the experience of living in a different country. Embracing the English culture, and having the freedom to travel to different countries mid-week. On the cricket side, conditions such as training weekly on grass wickets, electronic scoreboards, and boundary ropes are smaller things I have enjoyed. Personally, I have found Cricket in England is generally held to a high regard - this is evident in the number of players/clubs along with the standard of playing grounds and competitions. Something which I have also enjoyed playing under thoroughly. Probably my least favourite thing about playing overseas would be the low standard of trainings and fielding, especially when compared to that of Suburbs New Lynn Cricket Club. What I miss most about New Zealand would probably be my friends and family. Either that or the beaches and the sun. Having a 5 lane indoor net at Suburbs New Lynn Cricket Club is certainly unmatched in my experiences of playing overseas. Something which is taken for granted with all of the rained-off trainings in England. A highlight from my time playing cricket overseas would be ‘Cricket week’ at Coggeshall Town. Basically ‘Cricket week’ consists of a week-long festival involving cricket, beer, balls, lunches, dinners, and fundraisers. Playing cricket at Coggeshall Town we are privileged to have a first class standard ground - where Essex 2nd XI play a game yearly during this festival. I was also lucky enough to play against the Lashings XI, a team which consists of current and ex-international players. Playing against the likes of Tino Best, George Worker, Kirk Edwards, and Devon Malcom in front of 500+ people whilst Henry Blowfield commentated was a surreal experience, something which I’ll never forget. Michael Barry - playing for Harefield Cricket Club. The best thing about playing overseas is getting to experience a new club and meet a whole new bunch of people, always exciting when you come into a new team and having to prove yourself again. And the people involved around the club are always so welcoming. The worst thing about playing in the UK is the weather, there is something not quite right about having to put on a couple of jumpers to play cricket! The thing I miss most about NZ is that I’ve been craving Burgerfuel since I got here – and the lack of decent beaches. The thing I miss most about SNLCC is the playing group and hanging out with the lads. We have only played two games so far and have lost them both so not many highlights to date. But a cool thing about Harefield is that it has had many a Suburbs man play for them over the years, so it has been really cool to sit down with some of the older guys and hear the history between the clubs and many a story of guys I used to watch when I was younger.

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James Parslow - playing for North Middlesex Cricket Club in the Middlesex premier league. What I enjoy most about playing overseas is traveling around London playing at some amazing cricket grounds. What I like least is having to coach at 9am on a Sunday morning! Apart from friends and family the thing I miss most about home is my car and not having to take the public transport everywhere. The thing I miss most about SNLCC is the indoor centre! You don’t appreciate being able to train outdoors until you try play cricket in April/May in England. The highlight of my time here so far is beating one of the best clubs in London - Ealing CC on their home ground. Eli Meenhorst - playing for Diss Cricket Club who play in the Norfolk Premier League. The thing I like best about playing overseas is learning to play in a different environment, as the pitches so far have been a bit lower and slower than what I’m used to in NZ. The thing I least like about playing overseas is probably the pitches, as being a tall fast bowler I would like to have a more bouncier wicket and also the fact that we only play 50 over games, meaning no two day games. But as I said before I can turn this into a positive by learning to bowl in different conditions which will help me back in NZ when the pitches become used making them into lower, slower wickets. At the moment I am enjoying my time over here and since it is summer I am not missing the NZ winter at all! So not missing too much at the moment apart from family and friends. What I miss most about SNLCC is the commitment and intensity to trainings everyone has. Here the first team only trains once a week and often it is not a big turn out so I’m not getting as much out of it as I would back at SNLCC. I also miss the big indoor nets we have as that means we can train every time no matter what the weather is doing. As it’s my first time over to play a season in the UK I was a bit nervous about fitting in but everyone I’ve met so far, in the club and where I am working, has been so friendly and welcoming which has made the experience so far very enjoyable. The team was recently promoted back to the premier grade last year and first game we played the team that finished 2nd last year. They weren’t that confident coming into the game but we had an outstanding team performance and ended up comfortably beating them much to my team’s surprise. Obviously, I had no idea how good the other clubs are so I didn’t quite realise how much the win meant to the team, but so far I’d say that is the highlight of the season! Personally, I have started out alright, taking 6 wickets in 3 games with a best of 3/41 off 10 overs. Sam Cook – playing for Under 19’s India tour run by Nick White ACA Development Manager What I loved most about playing overseas was the pure love for the game that everyone has in India. Everyone knows that cricket is basically a religion over there but it is unbelievable once you are there. The thing I liked least was only being able to bowl 3 over spells, the heat was unbelievable and it’s crazy how much energy it takes from you just bowling in the heat. The think I missed most about NZ is the food…..I love curry as much as the next guy but I couldn’t really do it for breakfast, lunch and dinner! The tour was only 3 weeks in total, so no time to miss Suburbs at all! My highlight would have been playing under lights in a first-class stadium in India (although the bugs got annoying) best stats 3 for 16 off 8 overs.

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PART FIVE CLUB HISTORY & STATISTICS Where it all began Suburbs New Lynn Cricket Club is relatively young, the season just finished being our 46th. We were formed in 1972 as a result of the amalgamation of the Suburbs and the Blockhouse Bay - New Lynn Clubs, both old clubs with proud traditions. In the early years Suburbs New Lynn was based at the Rosebank Road (now Eastdale Reserve) ground. We moved to Ken Maunder Park in the mid-1970’s and together with the Western Districts Hockey Club built the pavilion which has been our headquarters ever since. The pavilion was built through club labour, a shining testimony to the commitment of the early members. For 30 years the cricket and hockey clubs shared Ken Maunder Park with the Lynn-Avon Football Club which had its own separate clubrooms. In the 1990s Western District Hockey moved its base away from Ken Maunder as all club hockey began to be played on artificial turf. Then in 2010 in a major joint venture between cricket, football and the council the football clubrooms were demolished and replaced with a magnificent indoor training centre to be used by both clubs and the community. At the same time the cricket clubrooms became home to both clubs and an independent Ken Maunder Park Trust was created to manage both the indoor training centre and the clubrooms. Playing Success Through the 1970’s and 1980’s Suburbs New Lynn fielded strong sides producing many Auckland representatives from whom Hedley Howarth, Geoff Howarth, John Reid, Peter Webb and Stuart Gillespie went on to play for New Zealand. The club’s first ‘golden age’ took place in the 1980s. We won the Premier Two Day Championship in 1980-81 and then in 1984-85, in an amazing season, Suburbs won the Two Day and One Day Championships as well as the Grosvenor Cup for best fielding team. Suburbs also finished runners-up in the two day championship in 1987-88 and 1990-91. The second ‘golden age’ arrived in the late 2000’s. In the 2008-09 season for the first time in 25 years the club won the Hedley Howarth Trophy for the Premier Two Day Championship. This was the beginning of an amazing run for the club’s Premier side and was followed up with Twenty20 titles in 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2014-15, 2016-17. Further Two Day Championships were added in 201112 and 2013-14 and the Jeff Crowe Cup for the Premier One Day title was also won in the 2013-14 and 2015-16 seasons. SNLCC was awarded the Club Championship for the leading Principal Club in Auckland in the 2011-12 season. This period has also seen a number of New Zealand representatives emerge, including Martin Guptill, Reece Young, Daryl Tuffey, Michael Bates and Jeet Raval. Statistical History In the early 1980’s work was started on a Club Statistical History. By going back through the Annual Reports a profile on every player to represent Suburbs New Lynn was formed. Each year this file is updated from the latest Annual Report (we are dependent on the quality of statistics lodged on CricHQ by team captains). Each season new players join the “2000 Club” (batting); “200 Club” (bowling) and “50 Club” (catches). Record partnerships and season aggregates are also recorded. Most cricketers are statistically minded and the “Achievements Clubs” have provided a lot of interest.

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CAREER RECORDS BATTING (2000+ RUNS) Graeme Crooks Peter Guptill Michael Barry Mark Posa Antony Nobbs Michael Simmons John Worrall Lloyd White Reece Young Clinton Ryder Andrew Eade Bob Southgate Phil Tierney Jeet Raval Bill David Ross Atkinson Randal Godfrey John Cardis Jonathon Bassett-Graham Benjamin Hick Denis Courtenay Kevin Barry John Lambarth Colin Hill Wayne Crosland Lyall Lainchbury Russell Hewage James Parslow Kiran Mehta Victor Davies Colin Adams John Vujnovich Bruce Burgess James Nolen Duane Perrott Craig Williams Graham Norman John Reid Colin Wood Danny Adams Ben Guptill Chris Fawkner Gary Rudolph

INNS 393 488 229 272 228 209 276 230 251 317 289 290 199 179 265 181 248 172 241 225 180 242 301 164 217 235 222 127 249 194 214 203 226 225 120 139 196 139 206 210 200 272 146

N.O. 59 78 26 57 22 35 28 14 30 41 39 16 14 14 22 30 33 32 36 23 24 34 52 23 32 81 15 23 31 22 34 25 27 39 19 18 32 32 22 40 21 52 22

H.S. 175* 157 178 144 121 191 107 169 165* 105 121 113 140 203* 98 153 102* 170 150 174 136 105 130 116 112 99 137 218* 107 152 102 128 103 126 165 140 112 170 108 93 126* 123 97

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AGG. 12401 11901 6937 6663 6426 6274 6223 6143 6110 5973 5931 5718 5548 5530 5356 5332 5223 5098 5098 5025 4989 4838 4775 4459 4427 4372 4359 4318 4313 4266 4202 4183 4006 3972 3900 3883 3862 3844 3784 3722 3657 3621 3597

AVE 37.13 29.03 34.17 30.99 31.19 36.06 25.09 28.44 27.65 21.64 23.72 20.87 29.99 33.52 22.04 35.31 24.29 36.41 24.87 24.88 31.98 23.26 19.18 31.62 23.93 28.39 21.06 41.52 19.78 24.80 23.34 23.50 20.13 21.35 38.61 32.09 23.55 35.93 20.57 21.89 20.43 16.46 29.01

CENT 16 8 8 8 7 12 5 9 8 2 4 3 1 4 0 6 1 6 1 6 4 1 3 3 3 0 3 5 2 4 1 4 1 2 3 9 4 4 2 0 4 1 0


Mark Elliott Martin Guptill Tim Regan Rohann da Silva Paul Renwick Scott Warren Peter Webb Alan Panther Paul Blake Graham Ford Michael Pickin Bruce Pamatatau Mike Oliff David Windler Bruce Elliott Jayesh Patel Warren Carr Christian Pouesi Stefan Vujcich Michael Bates Chris Wood Jonathon Woodhead John Bell Paul Vujnovich Neil Howard Brett Mathers David Gray Stu Gillespie Nathan Tyler Raj Ranchod Darren Eckford Steven Flatman Ross Williams Chris Hick Dale Davenport Lee Williamson Gavin Pickin Steve Ciprian Richard Brazendale Andrew Wheaton Ian McCarthy Ron Reid Phil Gard Sean Tremayne Stu Guptill David Bade Anthony Thompson Alan Dixon Pat Tongakilo Cameron Fawkner

198 120 223 147 166 176 131 194 135 177 184 189 132 141 136 178 131 126 136 150 119 174 237 143 110 116 161 130 135 104 205 112 164 153 119 153 84 102 128 112 97 111 77 170 146 95 135 94 133 135

37 19 22 14 21 29 24 16 12 19 19 31 7 19 17 41 19 21 16 50 17 19 39 11 34 10 27 24 14 19 53 20 9 20 22 11 6 12 13 9 16 32 6 13 30 5 25 6 22 22

87 179 109 151* 126 137 177 94 113* 131 137* 110 105 138 149 103 104 96 108 122 159 83 122 104 144 127 133 133 102 119 117 113 118 88* 102 80 131 112 109 100 91 100 122 91 123 102* 146 105* 79 103

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3595 3533 3490 3468 3456 3425 3339 3337 3301 3267 3202 3161 3109 3060 3056 3020 2984 2966 2912 2909 2888 2836 2813 2727 2722 2715 2669 2651 2631 2622 2594 2551 2529 2525 2495 2459 2455 2356 2352 2337 2334 2319 2311 2307 2305 2302 2296 2292 2291 2286

22.33 34.98 17.36 26.08 23.83 23.30 31.21 18.75 26.84 20.68 19.41 20.01 24.87 25.08 25.68 22.04 26.64 28.25 24.27 29.09 28.31 18.30 14.21 20.66 35.82 25.61 19.92 25.01 21.74 30.85 17.07 27.73 16.32 18.98 25.72 17.32 31.47 26.18 20.45 22.69 28.81 29.35 32.55 14.69 19.87 25.58 20.87 26.05 20.64 20.23

0 6 1 6 2 2 4 0 4 1 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 0 1 2 3 0 1 1 7 2 2 3 2 4 2 1 2 0 1 0 5 3 1 1 0 1 2 0 2 1 2 3 0 1


Jim Renwick Kim Fong Brad Chiplin Derek Scott Daniel LyaIl William Good Murray Saunders Todd Woodgate Gareth Jacobs BOWLING (200+ WKTS) Ian Donnelly Chris Fawkner Darren Eckford John Bell Paul Renwick Lyall Lainchbury Bill Devereaux Mark Posa Wayne Mead Richard Benseman Josh Presland Richard Matthews David Gray Paul Braikovich Stu Gillespie Mark Devereaux Stuart Guptill Michael Bates James Nolen Heine Kohlase Barry Rollinson Dunu Eliaba John Lambarth Gavin Murray Jonty Woodhead Cameron Fawkner Hedley Howarth Stan DelI John Hannay Leo Corbett Ian McLisky John Vujnovich Sean Solia Wayne Palmer Michael Stephens Brian Tuthill

106 104 106 102 114 127 98 107 91 OVERS 4280 3313 3069 2931 1539 2039 2527 3084 1761 1844 1847 1668 1947 1993 1630 1833 1777 1534 1922 1654 1155 1485 1338 1608 1212 1558 1094 1208 1588 1205 809 1435 1239 1201 1423 748

10 12 7 11 15 25 20 20 4

104 114 114 82 133 125 147 86 127

MAIDENS 1366 602 580 803 306 480 444 775 134 209 274 308 378 390 427 370 409 279 231 338 191 294 135 232 138 387 216 135 36 160 10 283 210 299 301 134

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2253 2229 2192 2171 2170 2164 2113 2091 2017 RUNS 10760 10231 9794 7720 5200 6469 8189 8860 8471 7456 7320 5669 7113 6562 4220 5966 5237 4230 5664 4876 4307 4456 5784 6356 4963 4268 3355 5300 6835 5352 2820 4578 4467 3297 4198 2513

23.47 24.23 22.14 23.86 21.92 21.22 27.09 24.03 23.18 WKTS 736 495 486 482 422 419 416 405 368 352 327 326 324 300 299 295 294 293 292 288 280 272 262 258 258 257 254 247 242 241 225 222 221 219 218 205

1 1 2 0 2 2 1 0 2

AVERAGE 14.62 20.67 20.15 16.02 12.32 15.44 19.69 21.88 23.02 21.18 22.39 17.39 21.95 21.87 14.11 20.22 17.81 14.44 19.40 16.93 15.38 16.38 22.08 24.64 19.24 16.61 13.21 21.46 28.24 22.21 12.53 20.62 20.21 15.05 19.26 12.26


FIELDERS (50+ CATCHES) Andrew Eade Bob Southgate Phil Tierney Randall Godfrey Ben Guptill John Reid Clinton Ryder Colin Adams Michael Pickin Chris Fawkner Michael Barry Tim Regan Jeet Raval Alan Panther Benjamin Hick John Cardis Lyall Lainchbury John Worrall John Lambarth James Nolen Michael Simmons Mark Posa Peter Webb Alan Dixon John Bell Craig Smith Pat Tongakilo Graeme Burnand Danny Adams Graham Norman Darren Eckford Bruce Pamatatau Bill David Antony Nobbs Mike Oliff John Vujnovich Ross Atkinson Kiran Mehta Ian Donnelly Anthony Thompson Jonathan Woodhead Michael Bates

Russell Hewage Stu Gillespie Steve Flatman Jayesh Patel Chris Wood Stu Guptill Bruce Elliott Hedley Howarth Cameron Fawkner

156 143 119 118 117 115 113 107 105 104 110 101 100 91 89 86 85 85 83 83 79 78 78 78 77 75 72 72 72 71 71 71 70 69 68 67 67 65 64 64 62 62

60 59 55 54 54 53 52 52 51

WICKET KEEPERS (50+ DISMISSALS) Reece Young J.Bassett-Graham Graeme Crooks Peter Guptill Neil Howard Michael Bennett Lee Williamson Dion Rowntree John Reid Kevin Barry Alan Dixon Tim Harris Alan Panther Scott Warren Mike Olliff William Good John Lambarth Mark Elliott Denis Courtenay

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407(314ct/93st) 383(314/65) 379(314/65) 250 (236/14) 179 (142/37) 150 (120/30) 138 (109/29) 134 (103/31) 130 (115/15) 123 (115/8) 117 (78/39) 99 (78/21) 94 (93/1) 92 (83/9) 84 (77/7) 81 (75/6) 77 (76/1) 68 (64/4) 65 (60/5)


RECORD SEASON PERFORMANCES BATTING 600+ Daniel West Neil Howard James Parslow James Parslow Michael Barry Michael Barry Lance Newman Raj Majithia Aiveni Taakimoeaka Ross Atkinson Luke Dudman Victor Davies Peter Guptill Mark Posa Murray Stabler James Parslow Reece Young John Cardis Michael Simmons Max Montgomery Steve Ciprian Mark Posa Phillip Keane Peter GuptiII Bruce Elliot Raj Ranchod Paul Blake Jeet Raval Benjamin Hick Graeme Crooks Mark Posa Craig Williams J. Bassett-Graham Graeme Crooks Sineth Gunawardane

Jeet Raval Mark Posa Brad Potier Graeme Crooks Victor Davies Antony Nobbs Tarun Nelhula Phil Tierney Nazir Ahmadzai

RUNS 1350 1280 1032 992 986 945 928 920 869 862 846 842 841 839 838 832 814 810 794 782 778 773 769 764 758 757 756 751 749 744 737 719 710 698 698 697 693 688 686 682 680 679 675 674

SEASON 14/15 94/95 17/18 08/09 09/10 13/14 14/15 17/18 98/99 94/95 14/15 11/12 89/90 94/95 89/90 09/10 13/14 94/95 93/94 11/12 94/95 91/92 12/13 90/91 89/90 95/96 03/04 08/09 09/10 03/04 92/93 93/94 13/14 97/98 16/17 07/08 93/94 99/00 99/00 17/18 01/02 99/00 96/97 12/13

Phil Tierney Jeet Raval Stu Gillespie Peter Guptill Graeme Crooks Andrew Eade David WindIer Ross Atkinson Don Hill Michael Barry Craig Gibbons Antony Nobbs Barry Rowland Martin Guptill Michael Barry Chris Wallbank J Bassett-Graham Greg Hay Peter Guptill Lioyd While Chris Wood Michael Barry MichaeI Simmons Antony Nobbs Sean Solia Barrginton Rowland Derek Burgess Wayne Crosland Graeme Crooks Andrew Eade James Nolen Tony Rose Jimmy Neesham Amit Wadhera Graeme Crooks Gabriel Power Michael Barry Carl Austin Brooke Lishman Jimmy Neesham Mitchell Murray Scott Warren

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673 671 666 663 663 659 658 657 655 655 652 648 647 647 647 646 644 641 640 637 637 636 628 623 623 622 622 621 621 619 618 618 616 616 614 614 612 609 608 607 607 601

93/94 43319 85/86 85/86 94/95 92/93 89/90 86/87 73/74 15/16 92/93 01/02 08/09 04/05 11/12 86/87 15/16 10/11 95/96 89/90 07/08 11/12 88/89 00/01 15/16 09/10 13/14 96/97 96/97 93/94 04/05 05/06 08/09 12/13 06/07 03/04 10/11 12/13 06/07 10/11 15/16 92/93


BOWLING 50+ Ian Donnelly Ian Donnelly Brian Stockwell Barry Rollinson Darren Eckford Michael Stephens Paul Renwick Brian Stockwell Hedley Howarth Lance Treymanye Hedley Howarth Wayne Kneebone Ian Donnelly Chris Fawkner Glen Read Richard Matthews Ian Donnelly Tyler Balogh Lance Tremayne Ian Donnelly Darren Eckford Stu Gillespie Steve Cotton Michael Stephens Barry Rollinson Darren Eckford Brian Tutihill Steve Callow Cameron Fawkner FIELDERS 15+ Reece Young Phil Tierney Jimmy Neesham Andrew Eade Raj Majithia Jeet Raval Chris Fawkner James Parslow Anthony Thompson Randal Godfrey Josh Presland Michael Barry Michael Barry Russell Hewage Michael Simmons Geoff Gray Trevor Loretz

WICKETS

SEASON

72 66 64 64 63 63 63 63 61 60 60 60 60 59 57 55 55 55 53 52 51 51 51 51 51 50 50 50 50

80/81 81/82 75/76 73/74 13/14 91/92 77/78 73/74 72/73 84/85 73/74 73/74 84/85 97/98 06/07 77/78 82/83 12/13 76/77 87/88 11/12 78/79 95/96 89/90 74/75 09/10 75/76 94/95 98/99

CATCHES 21 20 20 20 19 17 17 17 16 16 16 16 15 15 15 15 15

SEASON 13/14 94/95 10/11 84/85 17/18 05/06 99/00 16/17 09/10 87/88 13/14 13/14 14/15 06/07 94/95 92/93 92/93

WKT KEEPERS 25+ J Bassett-Graham J Bassett-Graham Reece Young J Bassett-Graham J Bassett-Graham Reece Young Reece Young Neil Howard J Bassett-Graham J Bassett-Graham Reece Young J Bassett-Graham Reece Young Lee Williamson J Bassett-Graham Tim Harris Mike Oliff Brad Polter Dion Rowntree Reece Young Josif Zanich Ben Guptill Tim Harris Dion Rowntree Josif Zanich Darren Lewis Tom Cullen Jim Crooks Don Hill Peter Guptill Reece Young Alan Dixon Dion Rowntree David Curtis Michael Bennett Jack Hebron Scott Warren David Curtis K Porter Carl Doherty Mike Oliff

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DISMISSALS SEASON 52 (49ct 3st) 09/10 43 (38/5) 15/16 43 (37/6) 00/01 41 (35/6) 17/18 41 (38/3) 11/12 39 (10/29) 93/94 39 (36/3) 99/00 37 (31/6) 89/90 37 (30/7) 08/09 36 (34/2) 13/14 35 (34/1) 98/99 35 (32/3) 14/15 34 (30/4) 97/98 33 (22/11) 05/06 33 (25/8) 10/11 31 (29/2) 91/92 30 (28/2) 86/87 29 (21/8 99/00 29 (23/6) 99/00 29 (26/3) 02/03 29 (27/2) 06/07 29 (25/4) 10/11 28 (24/4) 95/96 28 (21/7) 98/99 28 (27/1) 05/06 28 (26/2) 07/08 27 (25/2) 12/13 27 (20/7) 12/13 27 (19/8) 72/73 27 (16/11) 92/93 27 (16/11) 97/98 27 (19/8) 02/03 26 (18/8) 97/98 26 (20/6) 84/85 26 (16/10) 92/93 26(25/1) 16/17 25 (23/2) 92/93 25 (20/5) 83/84 25 (20/5) 87/88 25 (20/5) 95/96 25 (22/3) 88/89


TOP ALL TIME PERFORMANCES BATTING 150+ NAME J.Parslow N. Raninga B. Barnes J. Raval D. Blake A. Plank D. West G. Toor B. Williams D. West M. Simmons D. West R. Patel M. Montgomery M. Wyatt R. Sefuiva M. Guptill M. Barry P. Webb R. Young A. Thornber H.Menon G. Crooks D. Perett B.Hick Z. Mendonsa J. Cardis P. Patel J. Reid L. White J. Parslow T. Nethula D. Perett P. Keane R. Young L. Robertson S. Abu C. Wood A. Plank A. Kothi Wala M. Wyatt T. Rose H. Menon

RUNS 218* 215* 210 203* 202 200 197 197 196 195* 191 188* 185 184 181 179* 179 178 177 * 176 176 175* 175* 175 174 174 170 * 170* 170 169 168 166 165 165 164* 162 162 159 157* 157* 156 152* 152*

TEAM Premiers Senior C1 One Day 5 Premiers Senior C Blue One Day 6 Senior B2 Senior B2 Senior B4 Senior B2 Second Grade Senior B2 One Day 1A Reserves Reserves Und 18 Grade First Grade Premiers Premiers Premiers One Day 3A One Day 3A Presidents One Day 1B Reserves One Day 4A Presidents One Day 3B Premiers Presidents Year 9/10 Premiers U 17 Prem White One Day 3B Senior C1 Red First Grade Year 9/10 Premiers Third Grade Senior A One Day 5 One Day 2A Prem Reserve One Day 3B One Day 2B

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M.Barry V.Davies R. da Silva D. West J.Bassett-Graham

152* 152 151 150*

150

Premiers Premiers U15 Regional A Senior B2 Premiers

WICKETS 10 for 16 10 for 99 9 for 19 9 for 21 9 for 32 9 for 39 9 for 40 9 for 43 9 for 55 9 for 66 9 for 81

TEAM Senior A Premiers Fifth Grade Fourth Grade Premiers 1A Grade Senior C1 Red Fifth Grade Premiers Senior C Blue Premiers

BOWLING 9+ WICKETS NAME N. Llewellin I. Donnelly J. Stevens B. Burgess D. Eckford G. Tennett T. Balogh C. Boyland C. Fawkner T. Holland S. Stevens


RECORD ALL TIME PARTNERSHIPS WICKET RUNS NAMES st

1 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th

318 284 233 233 240 182 152 215 109 118 143*

J.Parslow / H.Vyas M. Barry / B. Rowland N. Howard / S. Ciprian T. Nethula / M. Trembath T.Rose / B.Lishman J. Bassett-Graham / V. Davies B. EIIiott / D. Davenport J. Mason / J. Williams J. Neesham / J. Nolen M. Simmons / E. Molesworth S. Cunis / J. Woodhead

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SEASON

AGAINST

2010-2011 2009-2010 1994-1995 1999-2000 2006-2007 2011-2012 1991-1992 1992-1993 2008-2009 1992-1993 2000-2001

Year 9/10 Pemiers vs Parnell Premiers vs Waitakere One Day 4 vs Waitakere U 17 Premier White vs Pap One Day 3A vs Grafton Premiers vs Howick Pakuranga Premiers vs Eden-Roskill U14 ½ Season vs Birk Premiers vs Grafton Senior A vs Birkenhead One Day 4 vs University


REPRESENTATIVE HONOURS The following list of distinguished players have gained representative honours while playing for our Club. Suburbs New Lynn are extremely proud of their outstanding achievements!

NEW ZEALAND REPRESENTATIVES 1950-51 1955-56 1958-59 1969-77 1978-86 1979-80 1985-86 2003-05 20082009-11 2010-12 2011-12 2016-

Verdun Scott Don Taylor Ken Hough Hedley Howarth John Reid Peter Webb Stuart Gillespie Tama Canning Martin Guptill Daryl Tuffey Reece Young Michael Bates Jeet Raval

AUCKLAND REPRESENTATIVES 1946—51 1949—50 1953 - 59 1953—61 1959—63 1962—63 1967—68 1974—76 1976—82 1981—82 1985—88 1995—96 1997-98 1999 -2013 2005 -07 2007 -12 20092012-

Len Partridge Max Lewis Selwyn Belsham Don Taylor Bruce Norman John Turnbull Don Hill Richard Mathews Peter Webb Ian Donnelly Derek Scott Mark Posa Richard Scragg Reece Young Tim Lythe Daryl Tuffey J Bassett-Graham Michael Barry

1948—50 1950—51 1953—54 1957—60 1960—70 1963—78 1972—74 1975—86 1980—83 1985—87 1990—91 1995 -96 1999 -2006 2003 -16 2005 200820092016-

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Joe Hardstaff Verdun Scott Randal Carrington Ken Hough John Kemp Hedley Howarth Geoffrey Howarth John Reid John Ackland Stuart Gillespie Michael Stephens Chris Lee Tama Canning Michael Bates Martin Guptill Jeet Raval Jimmy Neesham Sean Solia


OFFICERS 1972 - 2018 YEAR PATRON

VICE PATRON

72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 9 1-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13 13-14 14-15 15-16 16-17 17-18

W. McCorquindale W. McCorquindale J. McCorquindale J. McCorquindale H. Brown H. Brown J. McCorquindale J. McCorquindale J. McCorquindale Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Bruce McNaughton Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathon Hunt

Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Jonathan Hunt Bob Harvey Bob Harvey Bob Harvey Bob Harvey John Reid John Reid John Reid John Reid John Reid John Reid

PRESIDENT

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Stan Dell Stan Dell Stan Dell SeI Davison SeI Davison SeI Davison Don Taylor Don Taylor Don Taylor Alan Richards Alan Richards Alan Richards Vic Brooker Vic Brooker Vic Brooker Colin Wright Colin Wright Peter McSkimming Peter McSkimming Alan Panther Alan Panther Alan Panther Bob Southgate Bob Southgate Bob Southgate LyaII Lainchbury LyalI Lainchbury LyaII Lainchbury LyaIl Lainchbury Lyall Lainchbury Lyall Lainchbury Mark Oxley Mark Oxley Mark Oxley John Worrall John Worrall John Worrall Ross Williams Ross Willams Ross Willams Peter Guptill Peter Guptill Peter Guptill Andrew Eade Andrew Eade Andrew Eade

CHAIRMAN SeI Davison Stan Dell Stan Dell Bob Southgate Bob Southgate Bob Southgate Bob Southgate Bob Southgate Vic Brooker Vic Brooker Vic Brooker Alan Panther Andrew Eade Andrew Eade Alan Panther LyaIl Lainchbury LyaII Lainchbury P. McSkimming P. McSkimming Ross Williams Ross Williams Ross Williams Ross Williams Ross Williams Ross Williams John Worrall John Worrall John Worrall John Worrall John Worrall Peter Guptill Peter Guptill Peter Guptill Ross Hick Ross Hick Ross Hick Ross Hick Ross Hick Ross Hick Ross Hick Ross Hick Andrew Cook Andrew Cook Andrew Cook Andrew Cook Andrew Cook


OFFICERS 1972 - 2018 YEAR 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-0 1 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13 13-14 14-15 15-16 16-17 17-18

SECRETARY/MANAGER Bruce Norman Barbara Stockwell Barbara Stockwell Barbara Stockwell Barbara Stockwell Barbara Stockwell Barbara Stockwell Christine Isles Christine Isles Christine Isles Fay Mead Christine Isles Christine Isles Christine Isles Andrew Eade (M) Andrew Eade (M) Tracey Scruton Angela Parsons Debbie Variey Virginia Barry Virginia Barry Andrew Eade (M) Andrew Eade (M) Paul Henry (M) Ross Williams (M) Ross Williams (M) Ross Williams (M) Ross Williams (M) Ross Williams (M) Ross Williams (M) Gill Brock Gill Brock Gill Brock Gill Brock Kate Hillier Kate Hillier Craig Hanham C. Hanham C.Hanham C. Hanham R.Hick (M)/C. Hanham R.Hick (M)/C. Hanham R.Hick (M)/C. Hanham R.Hick (M)/C. Hanham

TREASURER

CLUB CAPTAIN

JNR CHAIR

Len Clover Bob Southgate Bob Southgate Trevor Rapson Trevor Rapson Trevor Rapson Bruce Burgess Bruce Burgess Bruce Burgess Bruce Burgess Peter Death Peter Death Neil Fox Neil Fox Neil Fox Neil Fox Neil Fox Mark Elliott Mark Elliott Kim Fong Michael Vogtherr Michael Vogtherr Paul Henry Paul Henry Paul Henry Ross Williams Ross Williams Ross Wiliams Ross Williams Ross Williams Ross Williams Ross Hick Ross Hick Poonam Kade Poonam Kade Poonam Kade Poonam Kade Kath Geaney Kath Geaney Kath Geaney Kath Geaney Chris Wood Chris Wood Chris Wood Max Montgomery

Barry Rollinson Colin Adams Colin Adams John Mowlem Alan Panther Alan Panther Ian Donnelly Ian Donnelly Ian Donnelly Ian Donnelly Ian Donnelly Ian Donnelly Andrew Eade Andrew Fade John Thackray Ian Donnelly Neville Higgins Gary Rudolph Wayne Palmer Michael Green Colin Wood Steve Cotton Carlin Anderson Jason Walsh Jason Walsh Jason Walsh Antony Nobbs Chris Lee Chris Lee Jonathan Good Ben Mayson Chris Fawkner Chris Fawkner Chris Fawkner Chris Fawkner Alan Dixon Ben Chakravorty Ben Chakravorty K.Gatland/W.Good Chris Wood Chris Wood Chris Wood Michael Barry Michael Barry Michael Barry

Colin Wright Colin Wright Colin Wright Colin Wright P. McSkimming Bruce Norman Bruce Norman Alan Richards Alan Richards Bruce Norman Vic Brooker Alan Panther Alan Panther Alan Panther Alan Panther Brian Windler Brian Windler Brian Howard John Worrall John Worrall John Worrall John Worrall John Worrall John Worrall Peter Guptill Peter Guptill Peter Guptill Peter Guptill John Lambarth John Lambarth John Lambarth Ross Hick Ross Hick Ross Hick Bevon Jacobs Bevon Jacobs Grant Parslow Grant Parslow Jeff Shaw Jeff Shaw Jeff Shaw Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant

R.Hick (M)/C. Hanham Max Montgomery Michael Barry

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PART SIX FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Introduction Due to a number of factors, financial year 2018 was a testing year for the club. From recording a profit of $19,124 in the year ending 30 April 2017, a profit of $756 was achieved to the year ending 30 April 2018. The Committee knew that this year was going to be financially challenging due to a new a new Club Manager coming on board and the grounds being under repair and has been fortunate to record a profit. Revenue Overall revenue fell over the last financial year, totalling $193,445, down $39,748 (17%) on the previous year. Membership fees, ACA Grants and Community Grants made up the majority of the club’s revenue in 2018.

Membership Fees 55% of the decrease in revenue experienced in the Year Ending April 2018 came as a result of a decrease in Membership Fee funding, down $21,855 on the previous year. This is a result of a material increase in unpaid fees. This is disappointing for the club and will impact the ability of the perpetrators to play next season. In a bid to reduce the quantum of unpaid fees for the coming season, the club will sign up to use Friendly Manager, a new software system developed in partnership with Auckland Cricket, which provides better visibility on membership fees and an intuitive online payment portal. Community Grants Community Grants to the club were $23,000, down $10,000 (30%) on the previous year. This funding stream has a significant impact on the club’s financial performance and is used to subsidise operating expenses, such as cricket ball spend, club manager fees and coaching throughout the season. This

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revenue stream will be a focus for the club this coming season, with the club signing up to a new community grant funding database. The club would like to acknowledge the support and community grants received from: ● ●

NZCT Trusts Community Foundation

Other Revenue ACA Grants were $54,3231 during the year, up $2,127 (4%). Bar takings were $16,295, down $4,488 (22%). A decrease in this revenue stream was expected due to ground repairs reducing the number of patrons attending the bar. The club would like to thank Dave Simmons for his tireless commitment to the club as barman, and to those players and members that made an effort to attend the bar post match and trainings. Sponsorship fees were $9,500 during the year, up $3,000 (46%). This was primarily due to Players Sports, the specialist cricket store, coming onboard as a sponsor and an anonymous sponsor supporting additional senior coaching fees. The club would like to acknowledge the contributions of the sponsors below for their support: ● ● ● ●

Players Sports Gateway Investments Cook Morris Quinn The anonymous sponsor

Donations were $5,463 during the year, down $1,606 (23%). The decrease was due to a decrease in revenue generated from the annual fundraiser and a one-off donation new being renewed. The club recognises those who have generously made donations to the club over the past year and thanks them for their continued support. Cost of Sales & Expenses Total expenses fell, decreasing $21,380 (10%). The club has a number of fairly substantial expense items that can fluctuate from year to year. Facility hire, club manager salary and cricket ball spend were the club’s largest expenses in 2018.

1

Includes the value of balls received

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The largest expense decreases were recorded in players apparel, which will return to normal levels next season, and cricket balls. The decreases in these two key expense items helped the club record a profit in a year when revenue decreased 17%. Due to the club receiving coaching funding from an anonymous donor, senior coaching fees increased increased $3,017 (17%) to $20,737.. Closing remarks The 2018 financial year was a challenging year for the club financially, but represents a watershed moment, with new processes being implemented to address key financial areas. The challenge for the 2019 financial year will be maintaining membership numbers following the poor fee payment record and to utilise the grant database to increase community grant funding. The club is still in a relatively strong position financially compared to a number of other clubs, and has additional financial flexibility if unforeseen financial events arise. We look forward to the 2018-2019 cricket season and the 2019 financial year.

Max Montgomery Treasurer

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Profit & Loss Suburbs New Lynn Cricket Club Inc For the 12 months ended 30 April 2018 Apr-18 Income ACA Grants Bar Takings Clothing Sales Community Grants Donations Fees Interest Player Development Fees Sponsorship Sundry income Total Income

Apr-17

$54,323.00 $16,294.86 $0.00 $23,000.00 $5,462.50 $81,123.74 $10.55 $3,730.43 $9,500.00 $0.00 $193,445.08

$52,196.00 $20,782.64 $1,855.98 $33,000.00 $7,069.35 $102,978.69 $19.28 $8,521.76 $6,500.00 $269.56 $233,193.26

$263.49 $8,314.27 $8,577.76

$436.64 $12,388.81 $12,825.45

Gross Profit

$184,867.32

$220,367.81

Less Operating Expenses ACA Fees Annual Report Bank Fees Clothing Club Manager Coaching - Juniors Coaching - Seniors Communications Cricket Balls Cricketer of the year dinner Depreciation Development Player Facility Hire - Clubrooms Facility Hire - Indoor Centre General expenses Junior Events Playing Equipment Prizegiving R & M - Other Senior Events TV - Instal & Rental Sky Umpire Lunches WDSCA Registration Fees Total Operating Expenses

$20,565.04 $707.91 $1,652.40 $7,777.76 $33,008.74 $13,270.00 $20,737.00 $1,433.88 $25,551.68 $163.00 $1,115.24 $15,720.00 $12,000.00 $20,500.00 $0.00 $1,401.42 $722.69 $3,771.54 $763.34 $365.20 $1,662.77 $300.00 $921.74 $184,111.35

$21,522.00 $690.00 $1,670.60 $16,905.55 $30,217.39 $17,825.00 $17,720.00 $2,535.18 $24,540.84 $359.23 $1,383.15 $18,600.00 $9,000.00 $20,530.44 $90.00 $3,293.51 $1,992.42 $2,698.38 $2,863.09 $3,275.16 $2,092.90 $326.09 $1,113.04 $201,243.97

$755.97

$19,123.84

Less Cost of Sales Bar Expenses Bar Purchases - Food and Drink Total Cost of Sales

Net Profit

Notes: This statement is to be read in conjunction with the Notes to the Financial Statements and the accompanying Compilation Report.

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Movements in Equity Suburbs New Lynn Cricket Club Inc As at 30 April 2018 30 Apr 2018 Equity Opening Balance Current Year Earnings Total Equity

30 Apr 2017

$82,915.77 $755.97 $83,671.74

$63,791.93 $19,123.84 $82,915.77

30 Apr 2018

30 Apr 2017

$15,961.65 $12,696.25 $28,657.90

$19,164.39 $12,685.70 $31,850.09

$0.00 $6,770.98 $0.00 $6,770.98

$2,250.00 $1,963.40 $0.01 $4,213.41

$30,354.89 -$29,712.75 $642.14

$30,354.89 -$28,597.51 $1,757.38

$45,700.00 $45,700.00

$45,700.00 $45,700.00

$81,771.02

$83,520.88

$3,630.44 -$5,531.16 $0.00 -$1,900.72

$3,156.28 -$2,557.52 $6.35 $605.11

Total Liabilities

-$1,900.72

$605.11

Net Assets

$83,671.74

$82,915.77

$324,369.96 $755.97 -$241,454.19 $83,671.74

$324,369.96 $19,123.84 -$260,578.03 $82,915.77

Assets Bank Cash - ASB - Cheque Account Cash - ASB Term Deposit Total Bank Current Assets Accounts Receivable Inventory Sundry Debtors Total Current Assets Fixed Assets Other Fixed Assets less Accumulated Depreciation on Other Fixed Assets Total Fixed Assets Non-current Assets Loan to KMPCT Total Non-current Assets Total Assets Liabilities Current Liabilities Accounts Payable GST Rounding Total Current Liabilities

Equity Accum Funds and Reserves Current Year Earnings Members Equity Total Equity

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Notes to the Financial Statements Suburbs New Lynn Cricket Club Inc For the year ended 30 April 2018 1. Statement of Accounting Policies: The financial statements presented here are for the entity Suburbs New Lynn Cricket Club Inc, a registered company under the Incorporated Societies Act 1956. Suburbs New Lynn Cricket Club Inc qualifies as an exempt company under the Financial Reporting Act 1993. These financial statements have been prepared in accordance with the Financial Reporting Act 1993 and the Financial Reporting Order 1994.The accounting principles recognised as appropriate for the measurement and reporting of earnings and financial position on an historical cost basis have been used, with the exception of certain items for which specific accounting policies have been identified. 2. Changes in Accounting Policies: There have been no changes in Accounting Policies. All policies have been applied on bases consistent with those used in previous years. 3. Fixed Assets and Depreciation: All fixed assets are recorded at cost less accumulated depreciation. Depreciation of the assets has been calculated at the maximum rates permitted by the Income Tax Act 2007. 4. Goods and Services Tax: These financial statements have been prepared on a GST exclusive basis with the exception of Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable. 5. Income Tax: No Income Tax expense has been charged to the Profit and Loss Statement as Suburbs New Lynn Cricket Club is a Not for Profit organisation. 6. Inventories: Inventories are recorded at the lower of cost and net realisable value. 7. Investments: Investments are carried at the lower of cost and net realisable value. Where in the Directors' opinion there has been a permanent reduction in the value of the investments this has been brought to account in the current period. 8. Accounts Receivable: Receivables are stated at their estimated realisable value. Bad debts are written off in the year in which they are identified. 9. Audit: These financial statements have been audited.

10. Contingent Liabilities: At balance date contingent liabilities have been estimated at $Nil.

11. Fixed Assets: The entity has the following fixed assets recorded: Other Fixed Assets At cost Less Accumulated Depreciation

$642.14 $30,354.89 -$29,712.75

Total Fixed Assets

$642.14

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AUDITORS REPORT TO THE READERS OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OF THE SUBURBS NEW LYNN CRICKET CLUB INCORPORATED

I have audited the financial statements set out on pages 47 to 49. The financial statements provide information about the past financial performance of the Club as at 30 April 2018. Committee’s Responsibilities. The Committee is responsible for the preparation of the financial statements which give a true and fair view of the financial position of the Club as at 30 April 2018 and the results of operations for the twelve months ended 30 April 2018. Auditors Responsibilities It is my responsibility to express an independent opinion on the financial statements presented by the Committee and to report my opinion to you. Basis of Opinion An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence relevant to the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. It also includes assessing: The significant estimates and judgements made by the Committee in the preparation of the financial reports and Whether the accounting policies are appropriate to the Club’s circumstances, consistently applied and adequately disclosed. I conducted my audit in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards in New Zealand. I planned and performed my audit so as to obtain all the information and explanations that I considered necessary. I obtained sufficient evidence to give reasonable assurance that the financial statements are free from material misstatements, whether caused by fraud or error. In forming my opinion I also evaluated the overall adequacy of the presentation of information in the financial statements. Other than in my capacity as auditor, I have no relationship with or interest in the Club. Unqualified Opinion I have obtained all the information and explanations I have required. In my opinion: Proper accounting records have been kept by the Committee as far as appears from my examination of its records and The financial statements comply with generally accepted accounting practice. The financial statements give a true and fair view of the financial position of the Club as at 30 April 2018 and the results of its operations and cash flows for the twelve months ended on that date. My audit was completed on 4 July 2018 and my unqualified opinion is expressed as at that date.

Ross Hick C.A., B.Comm. Accountant Auckland

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SNLCC 46th Annual Report  

Club Annual Report for 2017-18 season

SNLCC 46th Annual Report  

Club Annual Report for 2017-18 season

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