Kaipara Flats

Cricket Club

Where

Kaipara Flats Sports Club

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When

Thursday evenings 5.30 pm

Club Committee

President | John  Stephen

Club Captain | Stephen Dill

Junior Co-ordinator | Kevin Forde

Treasurer | Ros Guy

Secretary | Clare Dill

Membership

Premier | $150

Senior | $100

Student | $80

Dads still rocking his favourite shirt here in hospice 
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L J Hooker Kaipara Flats Seniors.

After a season of missed opportunities the senior side has finished with a flourish.
On February 7th Kaipara Flats played Wellsford at away. We decided to bat first and the decision soon paid off. Jazz Standen anchored the innings and scored an unbeaten 83.
Jazz then took the ball after lunch and claimed 4/7 off 4 overs giving Kaipara Flats a win of 91 runs.
On February 27th Kaipara Flats played Warkworth at home. After the narrow defeat in the last round the lads were keen to silence the critics. Kaipara sent Warkworth into bat after winning another toss and the bowlers quickly got into their work snaring regular wickets.
The day belonged to Ben Curtin who claimed 5-14 in an incredible spell of inswing bowling. Warkworth capitulated for 124.
The Kaipara batsmen had to work hard for their runs as Warkworth were keen to make their job as tough as possible, however the home side got there only one down. Lead from the front by “The Anchor” Daren Standen with 65 not out.
March 5th had Kaipara travelling to Otamatea for the last time this season. Again the boys were very dominant with the ball rolling Otamatea for 117 and wrapping up the run chase only 4 down.
This victory brought the seniors equal on points with Pakiri at the top of the table in the 40 over championship.
March 12 brought the two top team together at Kaipara Flats. This was Kaipara’s final game of the season having drawn the bye in the final round.
Again, Kaipara won the toss and asked Pakiri to stick the pads on and have a bat. It was a real ding dong battle between bat and ball. All bowlers bowled well, with Pakiri equal to challenge. Craig Radford batted extremely well, batting the whole innings with a torn hamstring ending on 91 not out. Pakiri batted through their 40 overs ending at 205-4.
Kaipara kept up with the required run rate from the first over, there were some small partnerships formed but wickets were falling too regularly. Shane Hood was put down the order to sixth and it paid dividends. After getting his eye in he started punishing anything with width or anything down leg. When the last batsmen came to the crease Kaipara required 4 runs off two overs. Hood sent the first ball of the over through mid wicket to seal the deal. Hood – 66 not out.
This put Kaipara on top of the championship table. Unfortunately Kaipara Flats had the bye in the last round, and Wellsford defaulted to Pakiri leaving us equal on points but 0.3 behind on run rate finishing a very close second for the season.
The players would once again like to thank our very generous sponsors, without their support we would not be able to play every Saturday.
Mason Containers, LJ Hooker Warkworth, Mathew Buchanan – Northland Valuers, Beds’R’Us Warkworth, Buckton Consulting Surveyors and Norma Jean Charters.
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L J Hooker Kaipara Flats Seniors.

After a season of missed opportunities the senior side has finished with a flourish.
On February 7th Kaipara Flats played Wellsford at away. We decided to bat first and  the decision soon paid off. Jazz Standen anchored the innings and scored an unbeaten 83.
Jazz then took the ball after lunch and claimed 4/7 off 4 overs giving Kaipara Flats a win of 91 runs.
On February 27th  Kaipara Flats played Warkworth at home. After the narrow defeat in the last round the lads were keen to silence the critics. Kaipara sent Warkworth into bat after winning another toss and the bowlers quickly got into their work snaring regular wickets. 
The day belonged to Ben Curtin who claimed 5-14 in an incredible spell of inswing bowling. Warkworth capitulated for 124.
The Kaipara batsmen had to work hard for their runs as Warkworth were keen to make their job as tough as possible, however the home side got there only one down. Lead from the front by “The Anchor” Daren Standen with 65 not out.
March 5th had Kaipara travelling to Otamatea for the last time this season. Again the boys were very dominant with the ball rolling Otamatea for 117 and wrapping up the run chase only 4 down. 
This victory brought the seniors equal on points with Pakiri at the top of the table in the 40 over championship. 
March 12 brought the two top team together at Kaipara Flats. This was Kaipara’s final game of the season having drawn the bye in the final round.
Again, Kaipara won the toss and asked Pakiri to stick the pads on and have a bat. It was a real ding dong battle between bat and ball. All bowlers bowled well, with Pakiri equal to challenge. Craig Radford batted extremely well, batting the whole innings with a torn hamstring ending on 91 not out. Pakiri batted through their 40 overs ending at 205-4.
Kaipara kept up with the required run rate from the first over, there were some small partnerships formed but wickets were falling too regularly. Shane Hood was put down the order to sixth and it paid dividends. After getting his eye in he started punishing anything with width or anything down leg.  When the last batsmen came to the crease Kaipara required 4 runs off two overs. Hood sent the first ball of the over through mid wicket to seal the deal. Hood – 66 not out.
This put Kaipara on top of the championship table. Unfortunately Kaipara Flats had the bye in the last round, and Wellsford defaulted to Pakiri leaving us equal on points but 0.3 behind on run rate finishing a very close second for the season.
The players would once again like to thank our very generous sponsors, without their support we would not be able to play every Saturday.
Mason Containers, LJ Hooker Warkworth, Mathew Buchanan – Northland Valuers, Beds’R’Us Warkworth, Buckton Consulting Surveyors and Norma Jean Charters.

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Casper BadenhorstWell done guys can't wait for next season hopefully a few extra teams to make the league a bit more challenging.

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Jeff ChellewWhat a fine bunch of lads... looking forward to next season

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Stephen DillDaren Standen

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Daren StandenMy last photo ever stevie you can rest easy brother

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Hamish Marshall

Hamish Marshall will leave Gloucestershire at the end of the season after 11 years with the club.

The 37-year-old batsman is returning to his native New Zealand where he hopes to continue his playing career and will pursue job opportunities for life after cricket.