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The Albion Cricket Club was established in 1862 and is the oldest continuous cricket club in Australasia.
We have four senior sides so if you are interested in playing, please feel free to come along to trainings on Mondays and Thursdays which take place at Culling Park (the nest) at 5:30pm till 7:00pm

 
   
 
2013_14 Awards
 
 

2013/2014 AWARDS

Arthur Smith Trophy (Most Wickets) = Jamie GLENN
Breese Trophy (Highest Score) = Dan DUKE & Riki ASHWELL
Collie Trophy (Most Improved Player) = Michael SNEDDEN
Danny Smith (Best All Rounder) = Jamie GLENN
Ernie Watson rophy (Most Conscientious) = Daryl STRINGER
Fox Figurine (Most Wickets In An Innings) = Jamie GLENN
Fox Trophy (Most Ducks) = Nathan SIMS
Jack McCarthy Trophy (Highest 3rd Grade Score) = Craig PLEDGER
Rutherford Trophy (Most 50s In A Season) = Jeremy BLAIR
Sutcliffe/Turner Vase (Most Runs In A Season) = Jamie GLENN
Vorath Trophy (Best Fielder) = Jack HARPER
Watson & Seal Trophy (Outstanding Performance) = Jeremy BLAIR
Lankford Smith Trophy (Cricketer Of The Season) = Brendon McCULLUM

JUNIOR WINNERS

Ernie Watson Trophy (Best Junior Player) = L HOLT & C HOLT
Rutherford Family Trophy (Most Improved Junior) = C DOCKERTY-GASCOYNE
Fair Play Trophy = T WALDING
Outstanding Performance by Junior Female - E BLACK & M MELTZER

 
   
 
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Date: Sun 13 Apr 2014

 1st 11 (Eagles)Suburbs New Lynn Lost by 41 Runs

Date: Sat 12 Apr 2014

 1st 11 (Eagles)Suburbs New Lynn Won by 5 Wickets

Date: Fri 11 Apr 2014

 1st 11 (Eagles)Pukekohe Metro Won by 7 Wickets

Date: Thu 10 Apr 2014

 1st 11 (Eagles)Greytown Won by 40 Runs
 
   
 
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Mark Craig - Blackcap

It was with great pleasure the news that Mark Craig had been selected to tour the West Indies with the Blackcaps was announced.  Mark continues the gr....

Special General Meeting

Notice of a special General Meeting to be held in the Clubrooms on Wednesday 30 April 2014 commencing at 5.30pm is notified - this AGM is to put two m....

Jamie Glenn - DCA Cricketer of the Year

At the DCA awards ceremony on 2 April Jamie was announced as the DCA Player of the Year - Jamie scored 582 runs for the season and also took 44 wicket....
 
   
 
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Office Bearers
 
 

PATRON
R E Nieper

LIFE MEMBERS
T A Branks, D J Cheyne, K D Duerden, G A Ford,     W J Forrester, T J A Glenn, R F Hannam,                   W N Larkins, J M Rutherford, H S Simpson,               E A Watson, L F Watson

ALBION SERVICE BADGE
M Bayly, S J Brocklebank, D W Campbell,                  G R Campbell, B J Craig, S M Davie, E S Diack,         K B Galliven, S W Gillan, B Hamilton,                             Sir John Hansen, R M Henaghan, W A B Idour,
R W Laimer, N Lyons, G H McAuley, G K Mackay,     M J McCarrigan,  R S McKnight, P I Mathewson,        P D Millar, G M Munro, D L Newall, R E Nieper,          B E Paul, J A Rutherford, D C Shap, M J Smith,         G J Sneddon, L J Weir, N J Wilde

PRESIDENT
Grant Ford

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
J M Rutherford

VICE PRESIDENTS
C G Bardwell, S J Brocklebank, B P Bracewell, J G Bracewell, H G Broad,
 N D Carey, B J Craig, E S Diack, S W Gillan, Mrs J Glenn, Sir John Hanson,
 K Ibadulla, W Idour, A H Jones, L J Knowles, R W Latimer, B Leishman,
 D McBride, G J McBride, G K MacKay, R A Marshall, P I Mathewson,
 D Mettrick, B D Milburn, P D Millar, P H Miller, G ilnes, D L Newall, B E Paul, T Robertson, I A Rutherford, K R Rutherford, D C Sharp, J Sylvester, M J Smith, M C Snedden, G J Sneddon, G M Turner, L J Weir, N J Wilde, Mrs S Wilde