Cricket first began in Buller in 1866 and the first really organized games took place in 1867. Since then, cricket has always been the major summer sport in the district. For the first 30 years or so cricket operated on a club basis and what we would now regard as inter-Association matches were handled by clubs.

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BYC Bash update 21/2

Old Boys remain unbeaten, Coastal finally win The BYC Bash continued on Monday with wins to Old Boys in dramatic fashion, and Coastal in far less dramatic fashion. Old Boys 166-5 (20) beat Ngakawau 163 all out (19.5) by three runs. Old Boys batted first in the most...

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BYC Bash and LMS Update 14/2

Old Boys finish first round on top of BYC Bash Coastal 79 all out lost to Old Boys 80-5 by five wickets. Old Boys continued their domination of the BYC Bash although in a harder than expected game against Coastal. With the prize wicket of Sam Jope going for a golden...

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BYC Bash and LMS Update 7/2

Big wins for Old Boys, Ngakawau in BYC Bash The BYC Bash had its second round on Monday evening and despite weather interruptions both games got completed. The good news for the competition was the increase in numbers with one game of eight-a-side and the other...

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BYC Bash and LMS Update 31/1

BYC Bash gets off to a thrilling start The inaugural ElectroServices Buller Youth Cricket (BYC) Bash began on Monday with both games ending in very exciting fashion, kicking off great new opportunities in cricket for high school students in Buller. The aim of this...

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