Honda Financial Premiership Scores | 12 January

Club Cricket


Honda Financial Premiership Scores | 12 January

Praneel HiraClub Cricket

Premier Men
T20 Championship


Round 6

North Shore 202/6 (R Mudford 91, M Bremner 57) defeated Waitakere 132/9 (T Ngatai 39, A Nicoll 3-20, T Chitongo 3-33) by 70 runs.

East Coast Bays 218/2 (C Briggs 81, BJ Jacobs 76, T van Ingen-Kal 37*) defeated Kumeu 69 (J van der Sande 3-25) by 149 runs.

Suburbs New Lynn 148/8 (M Barry 67, J Bassett-Graham 48) defeated Hibiscus Coast 94 (Z Thomas 33, M Harris 5-22, S Devereaux 3-20) by 54 runs.

Birkenhead 48 (J Sussex 5-10) lost to Takapuna 50/0 (W O’Donnell 36*) by ten wickets.

Parnell 128 (I Sohi 3-21) lost to Papatoetoe 132/7 (J Plummer 55) by three wickets.

Eden Roskill 156/9 (O Chakraborty 49, S Desai 34, B Rowland 31, D Grobbelaar 3-30, R Naude 3-31) lost to Howick Pakuranga 157/3 (B Barnard 52, B Walsh 46*, A Morrison 33*) by seven wickets.

Ellerslie 178/3 (H Azad 85*, P Narsimhan 41, A Alam 38) defeated Cornwall 158/9 (C Brookland 32, D Patel 3-27, A Scott 3-27) by 20 runs.

Auckland University 152/7 (V Anand 45) defeated Grafton 139/7 (M Ruffell 57*, N Fletcher 34) by 13 runs.

Round 7

Waitakere 165/5 (D Hakaraia 82, S Mirza 37*) lost to East Coast Bays 166/7 (R Harrison 35, C Briggs 34, D Hakaraia 3-27) by three wickets.

North Shore 199/4 (M Bremner 86, G Beghin 64, S Sahibzada 3-19) defeated Kumeu 91/8 (R Bessel 4-20, T Chitongo 3-15) by 108 runs.

Takapuna 168/7 (M Sclanders 44, D James 38*) defeated Suburbs New Lynn 66 (M Sclanders 4-19) by 102 runs.

Birkenhead vs. Hibiscus Coast – awaiting scores and result.

Papatoetoe 148/8 (L Clark 43, J Plummer 41, H Johal 3-29, R Sandhu 3-35) defeated Eden Roskill 133/8 (V Puppala 48, S Birla 3-28) by 15 runs.

Parnell 125/5 (A Lane 41, B Rodden 33) defeated Howick Pakuranga 55 (J Fisher 5-17) by 70 runs.

Auckland University 180/4 (G Clark 50, C Ansell 50, V Anand 42) defeated Cornwall 125/7 (Ad Dhadwal 32, C Jasmat 3-22) by 55 runs.

Ellerslie 87 (D Taylor 3-16) lost to Grafton 88/6 (D Taylor 35, A Thapa 3-24) by four wickets.