1st and 2nd Grade Ladders – End of Season

End of season combined ladders for 1st and 2nd Grade

FIRST GRADE                        
TEAM P W2 W1 D L1 L2 WKTS RUNS WKTS RUNS POINTS %
              LOST FOR TAKEN AGST    
Hamilton-Wickham 14 3 5 3 3 0 90 2146 131 2228 69 1.4020
Toronto Workers DC 14 1 8 2 3 0 102 2378 136 1979 65 1.6022
Charlestown 14 0 9 3 2 0 83 2075 127 2277 62 1.3944
Merewether 14 2 5 3 4 0 97 2290 126 2454 60 1.2122
University 14 0 8 3 3 0 92 2523 108 2071 57 1.4301
Wests CC 14 0 7 2 4 1 90 2170 109 2317 52 1.1343
Wallsend 14 0 5 3 6 0 97 2621 109 2895 43 1.0174
Cardiff-Boolaroo 14 0 5 3 5 1 101 2467 100 2329 41 1.0488
Belmont 14 0 4 2 7 1 142 2191 94 1809 35 0.8018
Newcastle City 14 0 3 2 8 1 140 2155 102 2335 29 0.6724
Stockton Northern Districts 14 0 2 3 8 1 150 1890 92 2226 25 0.5208
Waratah Mayfield 14 0 1 3 9 1 135 2245 85 2231 21 0.6336
                         
                         
SECOND GRADE                        
TEAM P W2 W1 D L1 L2 WKTS RUNS WKTS RUNS POINTS %
              LOST FOR TAKEN AGST    
Wallsend 13 2 6 2 2 1 102 2376 114 1784 63 1.4885
Merewether 13 2 5 4 2 0 81 2106 122 1967 61 1.6126
Charlestown 13 0 9 1 3 0 84 1932 139 2253 59 1.4190
University 13 2 4 2 4 1 111 2089 127 2064 52 1.1580
Cardiff-Boolaroo 13 1 5 4 3 0 77 1614 115 1872 51 1.2877
Belmont 13 1 5 3 3 1 117 2025 109 1943 50 0.9709
Toronto Workers DC 13 3 1 4 5 0 81 1606 136 1954 49 1.3800
Wests CC 13 1 5 3 2 2 120 2314 116 2530 48 0.8841
Newcastle City 13 2 1 3 7 0 122 2196 111 2111 39 0.9465
Waratah Mayfield 13 0 4 4 4 1 112 2053 77 1692 36 0.8342
Hamilton-Wickham 13 0 1 3 7 2 130 1932 106 2502 19 0.6296
Stockton Northern Districts 13 0 0 3 4 6 173 1849 60 2112 9 0.3036
                         

 

Club T20 Premiers 2018-19

Under 15’s:              Callaghan XI def Wests

Denis Broad Cup:    Waratah-Mayfield def Toronto Workers

Under 21’s:               Toronto Workers def Merewether

 

Magpies Win NCC T20 Summer Bash 2019

The Charlestown Magpies had a convincing victory over the Hamwicks Pumas in the City of Newcastle  Summer Bash for season 2018-19. The Magpies chased down the target of 105 in only 10 overs. Magpies opening batsman Daniel Arms with 63 in 30 balls was named Player of the Final.

Magpies 3/105 def Pumas 9/104

Lake Mac Attack

From season 2018-19 there will be 2 representative teams from the NDCA competition in the Regional Plan B T20 Bash. The existing Blasters team will continue and will be made up of players from the Newcastle City Council based clubs.

A new team will be established representing the Lake Macquarie area. The team will be known as the Lake Mac Attack and be made up of players from the Lake Macquarie Council based clubs.

This exciting new initiative will give around 30 NDCA players a chance to play cricket at the next level, push for Newcastle and NSW Country selection and provide an opportunity to play cricket at the SCG in the Plan B finals. It will also provide a fast growing region such as Lake Macquarie with its own representative cricket team.

The first match scheduled in the competition is a local derby between the Newcastle Blasters and Lake Mac Attack scheduled for Sunday October 7.

Other teams in this pool are Hunter Valley Hitmen and Central Coast Rush. The winner of the pool progresses to the SCG in December for the playoffs. The Blasters won the Plan B competition last year.

2018 Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Newcastle District Cricket Association (NDCA) will be held on Monday 23rd July 2018 at Souths Leagues, Merewether at 7:30pm. This meeting is open to all in the cricket community and general public.

NSW Country Under 17 & 19 Squads

The following Newcastle players have been selected in the NSW Country squads for the Australian National Championships next season

UNDER 19
Jason Sangha
Josh Claridge
Lewis Hextell
Glenn Winsor
UNDER 17
Mitchell Lole
Cooper Lennox
Toby Gray

 

Wests Win 2017-18 First Grade Final

Wests have won the NDCA First Grade Final for the first time since 1965-66.

Wests 210 def Merewether 185.

West’s captain James King, with 93no, was awarded the Ken Clifford Medal for Player of the Final.