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Takapuna District Cricket Club 2016/17



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Coaching led by Carla Wood with assistant coaches

JANUARY  -   17th (Wed), 18th (Thurs), 19th (Fri), 25th (Thurs) and 26th (Fri) 
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  • 10.00 am to 12.00 noon sessions
  • Coaching Clinic fee: $60 (5 x 2 hour sessions)
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  • For boys and girls (U12 girls teams and below)
  • Players will be grouped as per their ages and skill levels

Coaching led by Carla Wood with assistant coaches

JANUARY  - 17th (Wed), 18th (Thurs), 19th (Fri), 25th (Thurs) and 26th (Fri)
@ Onewa Domain nets

  • 1.00pm to 3pm sessions
  • Coaching Clinic fee: $60 (5 x 2 hour sessions)
  • Hard ball (142g)
  • For boys and girls (U15 girls teams)
  • Players will be grouped as per their ages and skill levels 

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Domestic rivalry puts Ponies in separate stables


Tomorrow the Auckland Hearts travel to Palmerston North to take on the Central Hinds in Round Four of the New Zealand Women’s Domestic Competition.

However, despite it being a ‘home’ game for the Hinds, several of their team ironically work and live up in Auckland!

Five players from the Takapuna Ponies are involved in the weekend’s cricket, two from the Hinds and three from the Hearts.

“I’m proud of all my girls, but it is a first to have five in the one game,” says Takapuna Ponies Coach Chris Reid.

“These five making the highest level fills the club and myself with pride.”

While to the average punter it may seem strange to have players from different provinces in the same club team, Coach Reid says it’s common place in the women’s game.

“It’s different to what you see for the males, a lot of girls are up here for university or work. I’ve had girls from all the provinces plying their trade for Takapuna. But we aren’t the only ones – all Auckland clubs seem to have girls from other provinces playing up here,” Reid says.

As for banter at Takapuna training this week?

“There was a little bit at training, but to be fair, women’s cricket is typically played in a kinder nature, it is very competitive but there is not as much sledging or hard edge that you see in the men’s game, it’s played in good spirit,” Reid says.

However, speaking to Ponies fast bowler Arlene Kelly, it seems there’s been a slight edge to training over on the North Shore.

“There’s always that friendly rivalry,” Kelly says.

“We joked about Roz bowling left arm at training so the girls wouldn’t have any practice against her!”

“I guess you have a bit more insight into how girls in your club side play. But in saying that, they know what they are up against also so we have to have a ‘Plan A’, B and C,” Kelly says.

With the women’s game gaining more traction on the world stage, Ponies Coach Reid says women’s cricket is at a “crucial and interesting” junction.

“It still faces challenges domestically as far as drawing attention to the game and making it attractive for the younger generation. At Takapuna, we are trying to raise the levels of awareness of women’s cricket by telling our success stories and hopefully draw a little bit more attention to the women’s cricket community,” he says.

The standard of Auckland’s club competition has certainly improved over recent times and while many of those in the Hearts and Hinds will be playing an ‘away’ game this weekend, Auckland’s club scene is only benefitting from the number of domestic cricketers playing on a weekly basis.






Registrations are now open for the 2017/18 Season

Online Registrations to be done here: Click here to register

For any enrollment enquires please contact grade contacts listed below

  For any further information about the teams the primary contacts are listed below:

Woman’s and Girls Chair: Damian Cancare 021 668 578

Senior Men’s Chair: Dan O'Sullivan 021 929 818

Junior Boy's Chair: Roger Noll  021 765 976 or email rnoll@tfp.co.nz


For other inquiries: Amita Weerakoon, Director of Cricket, doc@takapunacricket.co.nz, Ph.  027 336 3363

Welcome to the Takapuna District Cricket Club (TDCC).

TDCC is one of the most successful and one of the largest clubs in Auckland.

We are based at Onewa Domain on the North Shore City in Auckland.

TDCC are the current Simmonds and Osborne Trophy (Champion Club of the Year – Auckland Cricket Association)

Who are TDCC?

• Established in 1950

• Largest club membership on the North Shore of Auckland

• Database of 850+ members

• Focused on delivering a community focused all-purpose cricket environment for all players and their families

TDCC recent major Team Achievements

Championship Wins and awards won during the 2016/2017 season

• Pritchard Cup – Women

• Pearl Dawson Trophy – Women

• Jeff Crowe Cup – Men (1Day)

• Hedley Howarth Trophy – (2 Day)

• Twenty20 Sunday League – Men - 2A

• Future Hearts U14A - Girls

• Future Hearts U14B – Girls

Winners of Simmonds and Osborne Trophy for Club of the Year – Auckland Cricket Association

1991/92, 2003/04, 2009/10, 2010/11, 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15 and 2016/17


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Two Takapuna players shine for Netherlands at the ICC International Cricket Cup


Congratulations to two Takapuna DCC players in Max O’Dowd and Daniel ter Braak for their achievements for the Netherlands national team at the ICC International Cricket Cup played in Ireland earlier this month.

Max scored his maiden 1st class century for Netherlands against Ireland at Dublin during the four-day game played from the 15th – 18th August. Batting at number seven, Max scored a brilliant 105 runs off 151 with 16 fours and 1 six. In the same game, Daniel made his first class debut and opened the batting in both innings and scored 32 runs and 23 runs respectively.

Both Max and Daniel performed extremely well with their batting efforts for Takapuna Premiers last season helping the Takapuna Premiers to win the Auckland Cricket One Day and Two Day championships. Max who joined the 2016/2017 season halfway through had a batting aggregate of 595 runs at an average of 31.31 and Daniel finished the season with 866 runs at an average of 37.60


Andre Adams appointed as the Senior Men’s Coach at Takapuna District Cricket Club


At the 67th Annual General Meeting of the Takapuna District Cricket Club held at the Clubhouse on the 5th July 2017, it was announced that former New Zealand Black Cap Andre Adams had been appointed as the Senior Men’s Coach at TDCC for two seasons.

TDCC Club President Carl Howey said “Andre’s credentials as a former Black Cap and Auckland Aces player along with his Level 2 Coaching accreditation combined with his playing and coaching experience both in New Zealand and overseas are a major coup for Takapuna District Cricket Club and an opportunity to welcome back one of our own, eager to “give back” to his grassroots beginnings”.

Mr Howey also said “sadly we have to bid goodbye to Shoruban Pasupati as Men’s Premier Coach as we embark on a new direction and wish Shoruban well in his future endeavours”.

Chris Reid will continue as the Senior Women’s Coach and was thanked at the AGM for all his passion and valuable contribution to TDCC Women’s cricket.


Takapuna DCC creates history during the 2016/17 Auckland cricket season and dominates the Auckland Cricket Awards

At the Auckland Cricket Association (ACA) Awards held at Eden Park on the 12th April, Takapuna District Cricket Club (TDCC) dominated the night receiving five of the seven major titles. The 2016/17 season was a bumper year for TDCC – winning converted titles in both the Men’s and Women’s competitions and also winning some major individual awards.

Takapuna’s season of dominance culminating in the club receiving the Simmonds and Osborne Shield for Club of the Year. Five of the seven ACA major titles won this 2016/17 season by TDCC as below.

·         Premier Major Two Day Champions (Hedley Howarth Trophy

·         Jeff Crowe Cup Men’s One Day

·         Women’s Premier Pearl Dawson Cup

·         Women’s Premier Prichard Cup One-Day Champions

·         Simmonds and Osborne Trophy (top club across all grades)

 TDCC was still able to win consolation awards in the other two major titles.

·         Men’s Premier Twenty20 – Plate Champions

·         Women’s Premier Twenty20 – Runners Up

                                               Photo: Jubilant members of the Takapuna DCC at the ACA Awards night at Eden Park

TDCC’s Director of Cricket Amita Weerakoon said that “This is the most successful season in Club’s 67 year history winning all these major championships in Men’s and Women’s Premier cricket. It was truly a historical year for TDCC being the first time ever in Auckland Cricket history that one club has claimed the prestigious Hedley Howarth Trophy and the Jeff Crowe Cup during the same season”.

TDCC Premier Women’s coach Chris Reid won the coveted Club Coach of the year award for a very successful season with the Premier Women’s team winning the two major Premier Championships and ending up as the runners up in the Twenty20 competition.

·         Merv Wallace Bat, Club Coach of the Year: Chris Reid (Takapuna Women)

·         Club Cricketer of the Year Men: Elliott Herd

“Congratulations also to Chris Reid and Elliott Herd for their extremely successful 2016/17 season and winning the elite ACA awards for Coach of the Year and Club Cricketer of the Year awards. We couldn’t have achieved these milestones without the support of all our TDCC players, coaches, volunteers and our members and big thank you to them for all their wonderful support” – Weerakoon

“Real life highlight for me winning the Auckland Cricket coach of the year for all club cricket. Totally blown away” – Chris Reid

With the best bowling figures of 8 /32 against East Coast Bays and a record 66 Premier wickets for this season, Elliott Herd was adjudged as the Club Cricketer of the Year for the 2016/17 season.




Sydney Bultitude

103 not out vs Cornwall

Emerging Hearts

Rob Ter Braak

100 not out, 101 not out and 102 not out


Raymond Kneebone

114 runs off 86 balls

Takapuna 4A

Kyle Fox

103 runs

Takapuna 4A

Shravan Nilkund

118 runs for Takapuna Harcourts

1 Day 1A

Edward Henning

107 not out vs Ellerslie

Senior B

Josh Gillmore

116 not out as the highest score

One Day 3A

Mark Norman

143 runs vs Auckland University - two day

Premier Reserves

Kerry Tomlinson

105 not out vs Howick Pakuranga

Premier Women

Lauren Down

107 runs vs Auckland University and 101 runs vs Waitakere

Premier Women

Will O’Donnell

188 vs Papatoetoe, 136 vs Suburbs New Lynn and 107 vs East Coast  Bays

Premier Men

Dan TerBraak

120 not out vs Papatoetoe

Premier Men

Simon Mathewson

106 not out vs Ellerslie

Premier Men

Max O’Dowd

103 vs Albion at National Club Champs

Premier Men


Roz McNeill

9 wickets for 6 runs off 5.4 overs vs Waitakere

Premier Women

Elliott Herd

8 wickets for 32 runs vs East Coast Bays and 7 wickets for 59 runs vs Parnell

Premier Men

Ross Ter Braak

7 wickets for 43 runs vs University

Premier Men

Matt Jones

7 wickets for 55 runs vs Howick Pakuranga

Premier Men

Kerry McMillan

7 wickets for 7 runs vs AISC

One Day 3A



Takapuna District Cricket Club creates history in Auckland Cricket during the 2016/17 season - the very first club to win the Major One Day Premier (Jeff Crow Cup) and Two Day Premier (Hadley Howarth Cup) competitions in the same season. 

Hedley Howarth Final

Takapuna v Parnell

Takapuna have claimed the Hedley Howarth crown for the second season running after a dramatic final day of two day cricket. 

Heading into Saturday, Parnell were 35/3 chasing Takapuna's first innings total of 251/9 declared. 

They made a watchful start in the morning session, aware that a draw would be good enough to secure the Hedley Howarth title. 

At lunch the visitors were 68/4, all results possible on a turning pitch at Onewa Domain. 

However, an inspired session with the ball post lunch swung the game in Takapuna's favour, Elliot 'powerhouse' Herd simply unplayable on his way to sensational figures of 7/59 from 27.4 overs. 

Matt Jones chipped in with two of his own while Dan James bowled with great economy to finish with 1/10 from 10 overs. 

Lalit Bose showed some fight in the middle order for Parnell, his 40 off 91 balls the only highlight as his side were bowled out for 105 in the middle session. 

Having not reached the follow-on mark, Takapuna put Parnell back in, the visitors only hope was to pile on the runs without losing wickets to add to their bonus point tally and potentially squeak the title. 

Although quick Dan James had other ideas, taking three wickets in the first over to effectively wipe out any for Parnell. Captain Ryan Scivier putting his buckets to good use in the slips. 

James continued his destruction claiming one of the quickest five wicket bags in two-day cricket history with figures of 5/6 off 3.4 overs. 

With the result a forgone conclusion, Parnell conceded victory before tea, Takapuna adding the Headly Howarth to their Jeff Crowe Cup success in a 2016/17 season to remember.


Takapuna Ponies win the Pearl Dawson Cup for 2017


In the Pearl Dawson Limited Overs final Takapuna got to 223 runs courtesy of another superb Lauren Down (74) innings, assisted by contributions from Tomlinson (48*) and Anlo van Deventer (35). A good  total  which  is competitive  but not unreachable.

No one could have predicted what would happen in reply. University  all out for 38. The collapse is remarkable when considering University’s top five consists of a current WHITE FERN, the competitions leading run scorer, an Irish International, an Auckland U18 Rep and the captain of the Auckland Hearts.

It goes without saying that Takapuna’s bowlers finished with exceptional figures. Clare Mains grabbed 3 wickets for no runs off 3 overs and Roz McNeil got 3 for 12 off her 6. Lauren Heaps and Alice le Marquand each finished with two wickets.





Takapuna claim the ACA Premier limited over championship - The Jeff Crowe Cup for the 2016/2017 season

Takapuna Cricket Club have taken out the Jeff Crowe Cup One-Day Final with a 43-run victory over Cornwall at 

Onewa Domain on 19 March 2017

Great effort, Congratulations to all involved!!! 


Takapuna Ponies (Premier Women's team) vs Waitakere Premier Women's match played at the newly laid grass pitch at Hobsonville War Memorial Park on the 18th March 2017.

Lauren Down 101  runs

Roz McNeill 9 wickets for 6 runs 

Picture -  Lauren Down and Roz McNeill.

Not many times you see back to back hundreds & someone get a 9fa. I've coached some talented people in my time but these are two of the best — Chris Reid (TDCC Premier Women's coach)


CLICK HERE TO REGISTER - TERM 1 2017 - Kookaburra Cup

Takapuna District Cricket Club’s Primary Schools Cricket Tournament

SUPER 8s CRICKET TOURNAMENT 2017 – 28thFebruary -1st March

TheTakapuna DCC annual Super 8’s tournament was held on Tuesday and Wednesdayplayed at the Onewa Domain with forty teams taking part in the four differentleagues. 

TheChampions League (for boys) Y5/6, Tuesday 28th February on OnewaDomain # 1

In the Champions League final Campbells Bay beat MurraysBay to win the top title.

Photo: Action shot from the Champions League final -Campbells Bay vs Murrays Bay in front of 300 plus spectators.

TheChampions League winners – Campbells Bay Red Team Josh Ford, JamesCharlesworth, Felix Creasy, Jordan Burbidge, Ryan Johnson, Nehal Naidoo, FlynnDalton, Tana Wilson


TheDebbie Hockley League (for girls), Tuesday 28th February on OnewaDomain # 2

NorthcotePrimary beat Murrays Bay to win the Debbie Hockley League.


Girls winning team is Northcote Primary - KaeleaNorton, Lisa Gear, Alex Hodgkinson, Lily Johnson, Lily Fotu, Lucy Francis,Roxy Murphy, Millie Rooney, Lila Austin, Hayley Batty

Westlake BoysHigh Cricket Institute students assisted with umpiring, scoring and the sausagesizzle on Day 1



TheBrendon McCullum League (boys), Wednesday 1st March on Onewa Domain# 1

TakapunaPrimary beat Target Road School in the final to win the Brendon McCullumLeague.

Thewinning Takapuna Primary - Alan Bailey, Carson Lin, Luke Harrison, John Bell, SathsiluFernando, Daniil Glumskov, Kaid Archer, Christian Richliev, Reshant Red


TheRichard Hadlee League (mixed), Wednesday 1st March on Onewa Domain #2

The Richard HadleeLeague winning team – Campbells Bay Green  : Jackson Cunningham, LoganMander, Sam Bird, Liam Kristiffor, Vaughn Malcolm, Ewan McKone, Oscar Chandler,Piri Wilson


RosminiCollege junior cricketers who are part of the Takapuna DCC Coaching PathwayProgram assisted with umpiring, scoring and the sausage sizzle on Day 2


TDCC Super 8’stournament organised and directed by Amita Weerakoon – DOC Takapuna Cricket


Takapuna claim T20 Plate crown for 2016/17

Suburbs New Lynn and Takapuna have claimed the first trophies of the Men’s Premier season, taking out the Twenty20 Championship and Plate respectively.

In the Plate competition and Takapuna travelled to Victoria Park where they faced Grafton for the minor prize.

Takapuna won the toss and elected to bat first, Will O’Donnell the mainstay of the Taka innings scoring 45 from 32 balls.

Little cameos from Guy Harley (23) at the top and Ryan Scivier (15) in the middle were the only real innings of substance as the visitors posted 133/9 from their 20 overs.

Chris Beck was the pick of the Grafton bowlers with an impressive 3/20 from his four overs, the home side every chance of tipping up Takapuna at the change of innings.

The chase started in emphatic style for Grafton, openers Alan Burton and Jarryd Walsh carving 40 runs off the first three overs.

However, the spinners have stepped up for Takapuna in recent weeks and this time it was the turn of Matt Latham who got the key wicket of Burton for 34 and then number three Nick Hendrie with the very next ball, both out bowled.

Latham was the star with the ball finishing with figures of 4/16 from his four overs as the Grafton middle order lost regular wickets.

Although with opener Walsh there they were still a chance, Paul Hitchcock returning in the 17th over to claim his wicket and swing the game Takapuna’s way.

Grafton eventually bowled out for 124 in the final over meaning claimed a nine-run win and the Plate Championship for 2016/17.

Congratulations to Suburbs New Lynn and Takapuna for claiming the first silverware of the 2016/17 season!

Source: Auckland Cricket website


Our inaugural Takapuna Ponies Quiz Night Fundraiser was held on Friday the 3rd February at the TDCC clubhouse and it was a massive success for our premier side the Takapuna Ponies. With 100 people in attendance and raising over $6,500 it has gone a long way to assisting the team get to Melbourne for their preseason tour. 

Congratulations to the Takapuna Ponies organising committee for a great job done and thanks to the TDCC members and their friends and families for their wonderful support.


Fairy Lights everywhere!

Stu Wilson in full flight. Absolutely hilarious individual 

The team with Stu Wilson our MC + team baby Ella Reid  with Damian CancareAlice le Marquand, Zoe Williams,  Chris ReidLauren HeapsClare Mains,Liz OlneyToni Baldwin and NaveenaHeera at Takapuna Cricket Club.





Takapuna Ponies claim Prichard Cup

The Takapuna Ponies have claimed the Prichard Cup with a five-wicket victory over Waitakere at Onewa Domain.

Waitakere won the toss and elected bat first on a glorious morning in Auckland.

After a solid enough start, disaster struck when Arlene Kelly was run out for eight by fellow Hearts team mate Lauren Down.

However, Kelly’s opening partner Sam Curtis anchored the innings for the visitors scoring a patient 62.

At 100/2, Waitakere were in the box seat and looking likely to post a decent total but the Ponies bowling unit stepped up to peg them back.

Double blows with the score on 102 and 130 ensured Waitakere were kept in check and couldn’t launch as they would’ve wanted to. Eventually they were bowled out for 158 in the 48th over.

Roz McNeil, Lauren Heaps and Nav Hira all picked up two wickets a piece while the pick of the bowlers was Alice le Marquand with 3/24 from her five overs.

The Takapuna openers got off to a decent start before Kelly got her revenge on Down with a fortuitous bowled; the ball coming off her helmet and onto the stumps.

Toni Baldwin played with finesse scoring five boundaries in her innings of 40 to keep the Takapuna chase on track.

In the middle overs the Waitakere bowlers started to apply the pressure, Alana Watts claiming two wickets in an over to start putting the squeeze on the chase.

However, Anlo van Deventer was the constant for Takapuna, she played a superb innings scoring 53* to guide her side home in the 37th over.

Van Deventer played with patience and occasional power in her innings, a well-timed chasing knock on a trying pitch.

After losing in the final last year, Takapuna will be stoked to finally have the Prichard Cup in their grasp for 2016/17.

Takapuna DCC wins the ACA Sunday T20 B Championship 2016 (Pre-Christmas)

Congratulations to TDCC Sunday T20 B team for winning their Pre-Christmas tournament final against Cornwall by 3 wickets played at the Auckland Domain on the 18th December 2016. Cornwall: 169 for 7 in 20 overs. TDCC 170 for 7 in 19.3 overs


The Champion TDCC Sunday T20 squad. 

Navin Kajlal ( Capt), Niko Weerakoon (v/c),  Ritendra Singh, Vishwa Yasas, Tom Barham, Harrison Gobbie, Logan Nottage, George Smith, Caleb Kingi, Mitchel Atkins, Adrian Adonis, Spencer Cramer, Guru Singh, Ranjeet Mohar, Josh Hamilton, Don Kingi, Krish Bobbala, Toby Stroobant, Gavin Kelner, Ruben Maharaj and Zan Martin. Manager and coach: Amita Weerakoon


Upcoming Events at Takapuna District Cricket Club 



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Takapuna's Elliott Herd named in the Aces squad


The Auckland Aces have named a thirteen-man squad for the trip down south to take on Canterbury in their fifth round Plunket Shield match at Rangiora.

Elliott Herd and Sean Solia are set to make their Aces debuts if selected in the side to take on Canterbury.


Congratulations to TDCC’s Roz McNeill and Claire Mains for getting selected for the New Zealand Women's Indoor Cricket team 

Takapuna District Cricket Club (TDCC) Premier Women’s representatives Roz McNeill and Claire Mains were selected to represent the New Zealand Indoor Women’s Cricket team at the Trans-Tasman Tournament at Port Macquarie, New South Wales in last September.

This isa wonderful achievement by Roz and Claire. TDCC congratulates Roz and Claire on their achievements and wish them all the best with their future participations with the New Zealand Women’s Indoor Cricket team.

Comments and photos from Roz:

“At thebeginning of the new year I set myself some goals and to make the NZWomen's Indoor Cricket Side was one of them.

My goal was not only to be a better cricketer but I wanted to make adifference. To be a better person others could learn from and to make sure I was having a positive influence on others around me on court and off it.

Playing for the New Zealand Women's Indoor Cricket team was a real honour. It certainly was a big journey of learning. I loved every moment and stepping up to the next level was a very exciting experience. The Australian side iscurrently number one and so to have the opportunity to play against such world class players was a great experience. Having a taste of playing at this level has made me hungrier to push for World Cup selections in 2017. I know I have a lot of hard work to do over the next year but honouring the challenge will be fun.

I think the biggest thing I have learnt is that not only in cricket but also in life its so important to have continual growth. We are all creatures of emotion  and we all need to be pushed outside of our comfort zones. A comfort zone is a beautiful place but very little ever grows there.  If we set our self some goals we need to make sure they ignite a fire within us to keep us going, moving and striving to be better, striving to make a difference”.

Comments and photos from Claire:

“At the recent Provincial Tournament Prize-givingRoz and I were thrilled when our names were announced to be part of the NZwomen’s squad to travel to Port Macquarie, NSW for the Trans-Tasman Tournament in September 2016.

Our coach, Mark Cini wanted the team to be challenged. We achieved most of the targets he set for us which was a real win for the team. We really wanted to make an attempt to close the gap on Australia and I feel we have. In the last 2 games we gave the Australians a really good run for their money, providing a great base to build on as we work towards the World Cup 2017 which will be held in Dubai. 

The experience as a whole was really amazing and intense. I learnt a lot about my strengths and weaknesses and it gave me a lot more determination with my sporting goals as well as a confidence boost.

My teammates, coaches and support people were amazing; we gelled well and had great energy. I now know I have a lot of work ahead of me to achieve my goal of being selected for the team travelling to Dubai”.

TDCC Coaching Pathway

Takapuna Cricket has introduced a new coaching pathway program to encourage our parent coaches and our youths to take up cricket coaching and get certified as coaches through NZ Cricket. For further information, please contact Amita Weerakoon on doc@takapunacricket.co.nz  .


    • STEP 1 - COACHING A CRICKET TEAM (CACT)  Run by Auckland Cricket Association and Takapuna DCC

Coaching a Cricket team ( CACT): 3 hours contact time, non-examinable.

Fee $50. No charge for TDCC registered members (supplemented by TDCC)


Run by Takapuna District Cricket Club and coaching provided by NZC certified coaches.

5.00 – 7.30 pm on seven Fridays at Onewa Domain # 2hours, non-examinable.

This is firmly based in the WORKING WITH A QUALIFIED COACH and groups areas.

Fee $100. No charge for TDCC registered members (supplemented by TDCC)


Run by Takapuna District Cricket Club and coaching provided by NZC certified coaches.

5.00 – 7.30 pm on Fridays at Onewa Domain # 2hours, non-examinable.

This is firmly based in the WORKING WITH A QUALIFIED COACH and managing a team.

TDCC Coaching certificate will be awarded after the SSJC # 2 program. TDCC will support the TDCC coaching certificate holders with nominations for the NZ Cricket Level 1 program.


Run by Auckland Cricket Association. 15 hours, examinable plus coaching log

Level 1 is still in the Participate area whilst also touching on talent identification. Level 1 will be a course run regionally between August-October with applications asked for and participants decided upon by the CoachForce Manager.

Fee: $150


Hawke Cup, Senior Club, School 1st XI and Major Association Underage teams.

Performance Coaching Modules

36 hours, examinable plus coaching log.

This course sits in the PERFORM part of the athlete pathway. These coaches are traditionally experienced development coaches who have shown ability in coaching more talented athletes, former elite players who have shown a desire to become involved in coaching, former high performance coaches who no longer have the time to be involved at a high performance level or professional coaches

Course Cost: $250 (incl. GST) per person

. This course is by invitation only and is intended for elite coaches who have had a considerable period of successful coaching experience and a commitment to coaching at a high level.


Black Caps, White Ferns, NZ 'A', U19 and First Class teams.

120 hours, examinable across two years.

This course is by invitation only and is intended for elite coaches who have had a considerable period of successful coaching experience and a commitment to coaching at a high level. The High Performance Coaching Modules is run by New Zealand Cricket.


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