NZ v England ODI 10 March 2018- Opening gate time

  Gates will be open for the Blackcaps v England ODI on Saturday 10 March at 9.30am. We have 2 gates that provide access into Hagley Oval. Gate A is located towards the St Albans Cricket Club (hospital end of the Oval). Gate B is close to the Riccarton Cricket Club (Riccarton Road end of … Read More

Conditions of Entry – New Zealand v England ODI match 10 March 2018

If you are attending the New Zealand v England One Day International at Hagly Oval on Saturday 10 March our Conditions of Entry information is below. IMPORTANT The Venue is a smoke-free environment. Smoking is not permitted other than in any designated areas. Designated areas may be outside the venue perimeter. Intoxicated persons will not be … Read More

Alcohol sales Good Friday Test – 30 March 2018

Alcohol sales across the 2nd Test match between New Zealand and England starting on Good Friday (30 March 2018) will be available across all 5 days of play (including Easter Monday 2 April 2018) from 10.30am. Pricing for alcohol sales over the Test match will not incur any public holiday surcharges.  

Hagley Oval Embankment Low-Rise Seating

Will you be attending the NZ v ENGLAND ODI match at Hagley Oval on 10 March 2018? If you are thinking about your seating for the embankment we would like to advise that ‘Sand chairs’, the low rise seats often used at the beach are permitted at Hagley Oval but the maximum height of the … Read More

History of Women in New Zealand Cricket to be Told in New Project

A project to publish, for the first time, a comprehensive history of women in New Zealand cricket is to be launched at the WHITE FERNS third ODI against the West Indies on March 11. The book is a long-term project, with publication due ahead of the 2021 Women’s Cricket World Cup to be hosted by … Read More

Charity Golf Day 29 March 2018

On Thursday 29 March on the eve of the 2nd Test match between New Zealand & England a Charity Golf Day will be held at the Christchurch Golf Club. The event is hosted by the Q.S.C.C (The Cricketers Charity of New Zealand) & the NZCPA (The New Zealand Cricket Players Association). There will be very … Read More