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Welcome to Weedons Cricket Club

Fostering the spirit of cricket since 1879

Weedons Cricket Club is Canterbury’s largest cricket club and is New Zealand’s oldest club still playing at its original ground. The club caters for players from the Weedons area including West Melton, Burnham, Rolleston and Broadfield.

Weedons Cricket Club encompasses:

When registering, please register under the correct club.

Weedons Rolleston Junior Cricket

Action-packed fun for Pre and Primary School Children. Develop skills, make friends and discover the spirit of cricket.

Weedons Rolleston Youth Cricket

Action-packed fun for High School Children. Hone those skills, make more friends and enjoy the spirit of cricket.

Weedons Cricket Club Senior Cricket

For Senior Players (18 years or older). Rise through the ranks and challenge yourself to be the best in a competitive series.

Fun and interactive sessions for
Pre-School Children.

Let’s Play!

Don’t miss out on the cricketing action…

Junior Cricket Registrations

Open 13th August
Close 19th September

(The cricket season starts in Term 4 and finishes in Term 1.)

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Nice recognition Donut!🏏Weedons Rolleston Cricket Club & Canterbury Country are lucky to have Stewart Rooney helping out and making cricket happen thoughout the season. Thanks for everything you are doing and long may it continue 🏏 ... See MoreSee Less

Nice recognition Donut!

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Great work Stewart 👍

Well done Stu

Jeanette Rooney Stewart Rooney legend!!!

Canterbury Kings play Northern Brave at Bay Oval tomorrow evening, make sure you tune in and watch Weedons cricketer Blake Coburn spin his magic, go well Blake. Live scoring through the following link: scoring.nzc.nz/ ... See MoreSee Less

Canterbury Kings play Northern Brave at Bay Oval tomorrow evening, make sure you tune in and watch Weedons cricketer Blake Coburn spin his magic, go well Blake. Live scoring through the following link: https://scoring.nzc.nz/

Last night (split in two groups) our 80+ awesome wee YELLOW CAP Superstars graduated and received their Weedons Rolleston Bat, Ball and Yellow Cap. A great wee bunch of champion kids who improved immensely over the past 5 weeks. A BIG THANKS to my coaches Sam, James and Hamish from Weedons Seniors, Jayden and Jackson from Darfield Cricket Club, Gideon Welford from Lincoln High School, Abigail, Oliver and George from Rolleston College, Aroon from Clearview School and Sophie from Darfield High, we couldn't do this program without your help. Thanks heaps to the YELLOW CAP kids we look forward to seeing them on the cricket field Saturday mornings in 2022. Thanks & Merry Christmas. Ross #weedonsgrowingthegame ... See MoreSee Less

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Saddened to see our Y8 Canterbury Country Cricket teams show up to play at Foster Park this morning only to find the no.1 artificial wicket had been vandalised overnight, such a disappointment for our awesome young cricket stars and their proud families . If you know any information about this please contact the Selwyn District Council or the Rolleston Police. ... See MoreSee Less

Saddened to see our Y8 Canterbury Country Cricket teams show up to play at Foster Park this morning only to find the no.1 artificial wicket had been vandalised overnight, such a disappointment for our awesome young cricket stars and their proud families .  If you know any information about this please contact the Selwyn District Council or the Rolleston Police.Image attachmentImage attachment

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I’m so gutted for everyone involved within Selwyn cricket WHY????? 😡😡

I wonder if e-scooters? Police might be able to check GPS via companies records to see if any in use around Foster Park? Credit/debit card transaction?? This crap & vandalism is so unnecessary & sad to see 🤷🏼‍♀️😤

Assclowns. That makes me very angry to see wanton vandalism

poor little shxits were probably bored .Find them and make them or their parents pay .

Did this mean the cricket was cancelled or could they switch to another pitch ??

Why would you!? Senseless damage.

Words fail me guys. 😡 We will get it sorted.

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COVID-19 Protection Framework Update

We have received advise from New Zealand Cricket (NZC) that there are currently NO mandates in place that require vaccinations for players or volunteers involved with community cricket outside the education setting. The new COVID Protection Framework allows for community cricket to be undertaken safely at all levels without a Covid-19 Vaccination Certificate (CVC). In making the decision to not mandate the use of vaccinations, NZC considered numerous factors:

• Health advice allows for community sport to be played without a CVC process
• The practicalities on managing a CVC progress in an outdoor open space
• Cricket lends itself to a low risk environment. Players are naturally physically-distanced across an open space, and the game is a non-contact sport

If you would like to read the full documentation on this please follow the following link www.nzc.nz/community/covid-19
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COVID-19 Protection Framework Update

We have received advise from New Zealand Cricket (NZC) that there are currently NO mandates in place that require vaccinations for players or volunteers involved with community cricket outside the education setting. The new COVID Protection Framework allows for community cricket to be undertaken safely at all levels without a Covid-19 Vaccination Certificate (CVC). In making the decision to not mandate the use of vaccinations, NZC considered numerous factors: 

• Health advice allows for community sport to be played without a CVC process 
• The practicalities on managing a CVC progress in an outdoor open space 
• Cricket lends itself to a low risk environment. Players are naturally physically-distanced across an open space, and the game is a non-contact sport 

If you would like to read the full documentation on this please follow the following link https://www.nzc.nz/community/covid-19
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Weedons Cricket Club would like to thank the following sponsors who kindly assist our club:

Discount Gear

Anderson & Hill and Magnitude Sports kindly offer Weedons Cricket Club players a 10% discount from their stores.