Both Chris Ashton and Michael Rohland  have just passed their NZCUSA Level 3 oral exam

Well done guys!

 

Early next year, New Zealand will be hosting 16 international cricket teams from across the globe for the ICC Under19 Cricket World Cup 2018 (ICC U19 CWC 2018). With 48 matches being played across four host cities (Whangarei, Tauranga, Christchurch and Queenstown) from 13 January – 3 February 2018, we are calling for volunteers to assist with the delivery of the tournament.

WHAT ROLES ARE AVAILABLE?

  • Spectator & Venue Hosts
  • Event Assistants
  • City Hosts
  • Media/Broadcast/Digital Assistants

For further information on the above roles, please visit: www.nzc.nz/u19volunteer.

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?

If you love interacting with sports fans and international teams from around the world, and have a keen interest in volunteering on major events, this is a great opportunity to notch up some further skills and volunteer experience.
In return, Volunteers will be supplied with a uniform, training and catering during their shift (full details will be dependent on the role and length of shift).

WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW?

We require our volunteers to be able to commit to working a minimum number of shifts. The quantity will be dependent on the role and location - more information can be found at
www.nzc.nz/u19volunteer.

WANT TO GET INVOLVED?

If you’re interested in being part of this exciting event this summer, visit www.nzc.nz/u19volunteer for more detailed information on the requirements and how to apply.
www.nzc.nz/u19volunteer.

Regional Umpire List for 2016/2017

 In Alpha order

Duncan Blackstock

John Bromley

 Kim Cotton 

David Henderson

Matthew Hill

Tim Parlane

Eugene Sanders

Jason Wood

 Lauren Yannakis

 

Pete Koppes

Regional Grading Officer

 

Sunday October 29th  at the Umpires pavilion, Hagley Oval at 10.30am

Diana Venter, left, Kathy Cross and Kim Cotton

Kim Cotton was part of the first all-woman appointment to officiate in an international match in Monday's Twenty20 clash between New Zealand's White Ferns and Pakistan in Nelson.  

You can read more here.