It’s Ford Trophy finals time! Come and support Canterbury against the Devon Hotel Central Stags in the Ford Trophy Qualifying Final – 11:am Saturday the 23rd of Jan at the Hagley Oval. Tickets available online here!
A rained-off abandonment in a top-of-the-table clash at Hagley Oval was all it took today for undefeated Canterbury to book themselves into Saturday’s Ford Trophy Qualifying Finals as top qualifier.
Canterbury legspinner Todd Astle is poised to play for the Black Caps for the first time in three years against Pakistan.
By BRENDON EGAN Last updated 19:38, January 6 2016 Canterbury remain top of the domestic one-day competition after overcoming a shaky start to topple the winless Otago Volts. The red-and-blacks made it back-to-back victories over their southern neighbours in a week and continued their unbeaten campaign, winning by 47 runs at Christchurch’s Hagley Oval on Wednesday.
The Canterbury Kings will enter the Twenty20 Super Smash finals as the competition’s in-form team. Canterbury finished round-robin play with their fourth consecutive victory, beating the Central Stags by 17 runs at Christchurch’s Hagley Oval on Sunday.
The Canterbury Kings will enter the Twenty20 Super Smash after an action packed weekend at the Hagley Oval. We witnessed some marvelous cricket and proudly hosted several highly talented teams over the three days.