Pre-Season Indoor Nets

Sumner Cricket Club welcomes all current adult players and those interested in joining our amazing club to come along for some pre-season training at the NZ Cricket High Performance Centre in Lincoln from 4pm to 6pm on the following days:

25th Aug

1st Sept

8th Sept

15th Sept

Look forward to seeing you out there. Any questions call Club Captain Dan on 021 290 0989

Boydy Tons Up In The Season Opener!


Boydy ton leads the mighty to victory against Burnside! Batting first at Burnside Park The Mighty scored 234/6 (Jeremy Boyd 109, Reagan Cantwell 61). The Mighty managed to bowl Burnside out for 139 (Shane Boyd 3-28)! Great start to the season lads!! #GTM #Sumnercricket


The Sumner Blues Get Oh So Close


The newly formed/resurrected Sumner feeder side (Sumner Blues) kicked off their Division 4 season today on Heathcote Domain with the luxury of changing rooms and a well prepared October wicket.

Upon winning the toss we asked Heathcote to have a bat and our opening bowlers, Nick Ward and Bintu Ror were tidy early doors creating chances (some of which were taken) and Heathcote made it through to 50/2 at drinks. With numerous bowlers in the side an attempt was made to share the load around and in the end 6 were used with wickets shared between Bintu Ror (2), Arjun Singh GIll (2), Simarpreet Singh (1), Ryan Burnett (1). Heathcote getting through to 151/6 on the back of Phil Harris who carried his bat for 62.

Into bat, we were looking to keep wickets in hand to launch around drinks. Unfortunately, we found ourselves 49/5 at this point with only Nick McHugh managing to bat any length of time. An entertaining knock from Sun Bhullar gave us some momentum, whilst Arjun was batting with composure at the other end. Arjun was eventually out for 28 with the score at 101/8, and then soon after it was 107/9. All hope seemed lost and it was at this point the scorers to made the comment "Remember the day Burnett and Taylor Killick got us home"... unfortunately that wasn't quite to be but our last pair did get us within reach of an improbable victory with Taylor scoring 30* and whacking it to all parts while Ryan played a valuable supporting role. Sumner all out for 144 in the 39th over.

Some great fight was shown but ultimately the feeling of "what if" resonated.

As a new team though things are looking bright and once combinations start to gel and roles are better defined I'm confident we will start to get the wins.




Sumner Seniors Take Honours In First Up Clash


The Sumner 1st XI begun their campaign in the newly formed Championship grade today at the Hagley nursery ground (absolute road). Losing the toss and being asked to bat we started extremely well with both captain Johnny Beveridge (63) and our overseas player Tom Davie (68) both making half centuries. Michael Newton-Vesty then pushed the score on as we looked to declare finishing on 90! Sumner finished 297-9 declared.

Riccarton made a very cautious reply only losing two wickets in the first 20 overs with openers Dean Smith (2 for) and debutant Nawid Mohammady bowling very well, but the introduction of Jonny pistols Percasky changed the game taking 6-45!! To have Riccarton end the day 197-9. A great start to the season. #GTB