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Term 3 Holiday Programme – KAITAIA

These holidays the FREE Breakaway Sports Holiday Programme is moving to Kaitaia - Monday 30th September to Friday 4th October. Click here for more details and to register....

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Board of Director’s – Nomination Profiles

Click here to read the profiles of those people who have been nominated for the Northland Cricket Board of Directors.

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NSSSD Lawn Bowls Day…..

Friday 20th September at the Kamo Bowling Club - for more information and to download a registration form click here.....

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Notice of AGM

The NCA AGM will be held on Saturday September 28th at 12pm. More details here....

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Northern Districts


There were several talking points around Northern Districts’ (ND) matches for the upcoming season after the 2019-20 New Zealand Cricket domestic schedule was released today. The SkyCity Hamilton Northern Spirit will play all their home Hallyburton Johnstone Shield matches at international venues after Seddon Park, Bay Oval and Cobham Oval received the nod to host two matches apiece; something ND chief executive Ben MacCormack is thrilled with.

“It is a great addition to the domestic schedule and highlights our continuing commitment to women’s cricket.”

Another feature of the schedule was Seddon Park playing host to two day/night Ford Trophy fixtures in November. These are the only day/night fixtures of the competition and will be the first matches played under Seddon Park’s new floodlights.

“We continue to try and lead the way in the domestic game, and hosting the two day/nighters under the new lights of Seddon Park in the Ford Trophy is evidence of that,” said MacCormack on the schedule anomalies.

In a broader sense, MacCormack also highlighted the distribution of matches around the ND region, taking cricket to a wider audience.

“We are really pleased that we will be taking the game around our region with Hamilton, Mount Maunganui and Whangarei all getting to host high-quality Northern Districts cricket,” added MacCormack.

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The Northland Cricket Association is based at Cobham Oval in Whangarei and was established in 1927. For the past 92 years the NCA has administered cricket in the area from Warkworth to Kaitaia.

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