WELCOME TO THE SOUTH ISLAND PRIMARY SCHOOLS TOURNAMENT 2020

Welcome to the Buller.
On behalf of the Buller Cricket Association it is my pleasure to welcome all fourteen teams to this, the 57th South Island Primary School’s Tournament to be played here in Westport. All South Island provinces have made the trip to Westport for this week. As well as the players, it is a warm welcome to the coaches, managers, parents, supporters, administrators and sponsors of these teams. This is the fourth occasion that Buller has hosted this tournament and we look forward to another wonderful week of cricket, and the building of friendships.
From this tournament over the past 56 years a number of players have gone up through the age grade groups to represent their provinces, and even on to the highest honours of representing New Zealand. I’m sure this will also happen from the Westport tournament this year.
Playing in this tournament gives players the opportunity to represent their province and to take on the best players from the other South Island regions. More importantly it lets them play as a team and to enjoy the great game of cricket.
A tournament such as this could not be run without the help of a large number of volunteers. To the Buller Cricket Association your work started over a year ago in the initial planning. From there the ground preparation was started, ground managers were organised, and umpires were approached. Thank you to all those people who offered their time and expertise. Without you all we would not be able to offer this opportunity to these teams.
Buller Cricket are also grateful to those sponsors who came on board in the running of this week. Check your programme to note who they are, and if you get a chance to say, “thank you”, then please do so.
In conclusion, I wish every team the very best for the week, take away some great memories of your play, but overall enjoy yourself.
Barry Townrow
President Buller Cricket Association.

INFORMATION

Tournament Information

EVENTS
SUNDAY 5th Jan

Team Photos from 1.20pm (See below for timetable)
Pulse Energy Centre, Domett Street

Opening Ceremony 4pm
Pulse Energy Centre, Domett Street,

Team Coach/Managers Meeting 5.15pm
Buller REAP, 111 Palmerston Street

THURSDAY 9th Jan

Team Coach/Managers Meeting 7pm
Buller REAP, 111 Palmerston Street

FRIDAY 10th Jan
Closing Ceremony 5.00pm
Buller High School, Cobden Street

CONTACTS

Peter Knowles
Tournament Controller
Phone: 027 774 0647
Email: bullersipst@gmail.com

HOURS OF PLAY

Monday – Wednesday

1st game
10.15am – 11.35am (Session 1)
11.35am – 11.55am (Interval)
11.55am – 1.15pm Session 2

2nd game
2.30pm – 3.50pm (Session 3)
3.50pm – 4.10pm Interval
4.10pm – 5.30pm (Session 4)

Thursday – Friday

Session 1
10.15am – 20 overs 1st Innings
Drinks approx. 11.35am – 5 minutes

Session 2
11.40am – completion of 1st innings

Lunch approx. 1.15pm – 45 minutes

Session 3
2.15pm approx – 20 overs 2nd Innings
Drinks approx 3.35pm – 5 minutes

Session 4
3.40pm – completion of 2nd innings

SIPST – Team Photo Times –
Sunday 5th January 2020 (PM) at the Pulse Energy Centre, Domett St.
Please be in your playing uniform.
For any queries please contact –Sheree Cargill – 0212287807

               Teams
1:20pm   Buller
1:30pm   West Coast
1:40pm   Nelson
1:50pm   Marlborough
2:00pm  Canterbury Country
2:10pm  Christchurch Red
2:20pm  Christchurch Black
2:30pm  Mid Canterbury
2:40pm  South Canterbury
2:50pm  North Otago
3:00pm  Dunedin
3:10pm  Otago Country
3:20pm  Southland Country
3:30pm  Invercargill Metro

 

 

THE DRAW

Draw & Grounds

Monday 6 January

Round 9
Christchurch Black v Buller – Craddock Park No. 1
North Otago v Dunedin – Buller High School
Canterbury Country v Nelson – Craddock Park No.2
Invercargill Metro v Otago Country – Victoria Square 2
Southland Country v Mid-Canterbury – Westport South School
Marlborough v West Coast – Kilkenny Park
South Canterbury v Christchurch Red – Victoria Square 1

Round 10
Christchurch Black v Southland Country – Buller High School
West Coast v Otago Country – Craddock Park No.2
Christchurch Red v North Otago – Westport South School
Canterbury Country v Dunedin – Craddock Park No. 1
Nelson v Buller – Victoria Square 1
South Canterbury v Invercargill Metro – Kilkenny Park
Marlborough v Mid-Canterbury – Victoria Square 2

Tuesday 7 January

Round 11
Christchurch Black v Canterbury Country – Kilkenny Park
Buller v Invercargill Metro – Buller High School
Christchurch Red v Southland Country – Craddock Park No. 1
Otago Country v North Otago – Victoria Square 1
West Coast v South Canterbury – Westport South School
Nelson v Marlborough – Victoria Square 2
Dunedin v Mid-Canterbury – Craddock Park No.2

Round 12
Christchurch Black v Invercargill Metro – Craddock Park No.2
Otago Country v Christchurch Red – Buller High School
Mid-Canterbury v Nelson – Kilkenny Park
Marlborough v Buller – Craddock Park No. 1
North Otago v Canterbury Country – Westport South School
West Coast v Dunedin – Victoria Square 1
Southland Country v South Canterbury – Victoria Square 2

Wednesday 8 January

Round 13
Christchurch Black v Dunedin – Westport South School
Invercargill Metro v Southland Country – Kilkenny Park
Christchurch Red v Marlborough – Craddock Park No.2
Otago Country v Nelson – Craddock Park No. 1
Mid-Canterbury v Buller – Victoria Square 1
Canterbury Country v South Canterbury – Buller High School
North Otago v West Coast – Victoria Square 2

Round 1
Christchurch Black v Christchurch Red – Kilkenny Park
Otago Country v Mid-Canterbury – Westport South School
Marlborough v Canterbury Country – Victoria Square 1
North Otago v Buller – Craddock Park No.2
Dunedin v South Canterbury – Victoria Square 2
Southland Country v Nelson – Buller High School
Invercargill Metro v West Coast – Craddock Park No. 1

Thursday 9 January

Sir Jack Newman Trophy (Teams 1-4) Semi Final
Team 1 v Team 4 – Craddock Park No. 1
Team 2 v Team 3 – Craddock Park No.2

Derek Cockburn Shield (Teams 5-8) Semi Final
Team 5 v Team 8 – Victoria Square 1
Team 6 v Team 7 – Victoria Square 2

Neville Hoskin Plate (Teams 9-14) Semi Final
Team 9 v Team 12 – Buller High School
Team 10 v Team 11 – Westport South School
Team 13 v Team 14 – Kilkenny Park

Friday 10 January

Sir Jack Newman Trophy
Winners of Semi Finals at High School
Losers of semi finals play-off for 3rd and 4th at Craddock Park No. 1

Derek Cockburn Shield
Winners of Semi Finals at Craddock Park No. 2
Losers of semi finals play-off for 7th and 8th at Victoria Square No. 1

Neville Hoskin Plate
Winners of Semi Finals at Victoria Square No. 2
The losers of semi-finals will play against teams from the 13th vs 14th match they have yet to play in the Tournament in the first instance or will be drawn against either of these 2 teams.
These matches will be at Westport South School and Kilkenny Park.

 

TOURNAMENT CONDITIONS
Tournament
PLAYING CONDITION
1. The Tournament
(a) The Tournament shall consist of six rounds of 20/20 matches on Days 1-3. Following completion of this phase the resultant point tables will create 3 separate groups to play post-section playoffs which shall be 40 over matches.
CUP SECTION -Teams finishing 1-4 will play semi-finals of 1st versus 4th and 2nd versus 3rd.
SHIELD SECTION – Teams finishing 5-8 will play semi-finals of 5th versus 8th and 6th versus 7rd.
PLATE SECTION – Teams finishing 9-14 will play semi-finals of 9th versus 12th and 10th versus 11th. Teams finishing 13th and 14th will play each other on Day 4.
Winners of all semi-finals will met for their respective finals on Day 5, losers of semi-finals will play off for their respective places in the Tournament. In the event of a Tie in a Post-Section Semi Final the higher ranked team after the 20/20 phase of the competition shall progress.
In the event of a Tie in a Section Final the title shall be shared.
In the Plate section winners of semi-finals will play each other and the losers of semi-finals will play against teams from the 13th vs 14th match they have yet to play in the Tournament in the first instance or will be drawn against either of these 2 teams.
a) If the number of entries received by the host association on the official date of 1 August is an uneven number, two Christchurch teams of equal ability may be entered where there would otherwise be a bye.

b) Each team shall comprise of no more than 12 players. The names of team members shall be notified to the Tournament Secretary no later than 10th December prior to the commencement of the tournament. Any Year 6 players from the previous school year must be clearly identified by each Association.
c) Each team shall represent one of the association areas listed in schedule 1 of these playing conditions. New Zealand Cricket shall adjudicate on any dispute regarding eligibility of players if requested to do so by the associations in dispute.
d) If the number of entries received by the host association on the official date of 1 August is an uneven number, two Christchurch teams of equal ability may be entered where there would otherwise be a bye.
2. Cricket Equipment
(a) Equipment: Each team shall provide its own full set of gear including a full set of stumps (County 711 mm) and bails.
(b) Dress: Players shall wear normal cricket attire with either white shorts and long white socks or long white or cream trousers. Players in teams that are sponsored shall be permitted to wear one team sponsors logo on a sleeve or breast of their playing shirt providing that sponsor is not in direct conflict with the Tournaments major sponsor and the logo does not exceed 16 square cm (4cm x 4 cm) or equivalent.
(c) Balls: “The only balls to be used at this tournament are Kookaburra Crown RED 142gm 2 piece”
(d) Length of Pitch: 18 metres (amended 2017).
(e) Length of Boundaries: A maximum of 45 meters, taking the measurement from the middle of the pitch
(f) Scoring. Scoreboards shall be provided by the host association. Each team shall provide its own scorer, scorebook or online scoring device.

3. Draw
The draw for this tournament will comprise rounds 3-8 of the 14 team draw developed for use at South Island Primary Tournaments.
4. Hours of Play
(a) Days 1-3 (should a team be bowled out before completing their 20 overs a break of 20 minutes shall be taken before the commencement of the run chase)
10.15am – 11.35am Session 1 (5 minute drinks at 10 over mark of each innings)
11.35am – 11.55am Interval
11.55am – 1.15pm Session 2

2.30pm – 3.50pm Session 3
3.50pm – 4.10pm Interval
4.10pm – 5.30pm Session 4
Days 4-5 (should a team be bowled out before completing their 40 overs a break of 45 minutes shall be taken before the commencement of the run chase)
Session 1 10.15am – 20 overs 1st Innings
Drinks approx. 11.35am – 5 minutes
Session 2 11.40am – completion of 1st innings

Lunch approx. 1.15pm – 45 minutes
Session 3 2.15pm approx – 20 overs 2nd Innings
Drinks approx 3.35pm – 5 minutes
Session 4 3.40pm – completion of 2nd innings
(b) The hours of play set down in this playing condition may be varied by the Tournament manager to suit local conditions provided the total playing time for each day (6 Hours) is not affected. The hours may also be varied to compensate for late commencement or interruption on account of weather, but under no circumstances shall play continue beyond 7.30 pm. Any variation in the hours of play shall be notified to all team managers prior to the commencement of the tournament or, in the case of variation because of weather, the commencement of the day’s play.
(c) If the commencement of play is delayed by weather, or if play is interrupted by bad weather, the decision on the starting time or recommencement following an interruption shall be in the hands of the tournament controller in consultation with the Umpires.
5. Matches
a) The Laws of Cricket 2000 code shall apply to all matches, except as specifically provided herein
b) Wide Bowling – Any off-side or leg-side delivery which in the opinion of the Umpire does not give the batsman a reasonable opportunity to score shall be called a Wide. As a guide on the leg side, a ball landing clearly outside the leg stump going further away shall be called a wide. As a guide on the off side, a ball passing outside a line drawn between the bowling and popping creases, measured 432 mm (17 inches) from the Return Crease shall be called wide. The above provisions do not apply if the striker makes contact with the ball.
c) Team Sizes: Teams may be composed of twelve players. Prior to the toss, each team must name their batting 9 and their fielding 9. Players left out of the Fielding 9 may act as substitute fielders for the fielding team at the match.
d) Over Rate: There shall be no over-rate penalties applied to the primary school tournaments. However, it is expected that a rate of approximately 15 overs per hour will be maintained throughout the tournament.
e) Bowling Restrictions: All bowlers are permitted to bowl a maximum of 4 overs per match during the 20/20 phase and 8 overs during the 40 over phase of the competition.

Players who in the previous school Year were enrolled in YEAR 6 at school (who bowl with the keeper standing back i.e. medium pace) during the Tournament are only permitted to bowl a maximum of 20 overs during the entire event.

Players who in the previous school Year were enrolled in either YEAR 7 or 8 at school (who bowl with the keeper standing back i.e. medium pace) as at the dates of the Tournament are permitted to bowl a maximum of 30 overs during the entire event. Non-spin bowlers are limited to a maximum spell length of 4 overs during the 40 over phase of the tournament.
f) Teams are responsible for monitoring the bowling loads of all their players – any teams found to be in breach of these conditions shall lose the game in which the breach occurs.
g) In a match where the start is delayed and the innings of both teams is restricted from the start to less than 16 overs in the case of 20/20 matches and less than 36 overs in the case of 40 over matches, or in a match where play is interrupted and the overs are reduced for both teams or for the team bowling second, no bowler may bowl for more than one-fifth of the total overs allowed except where the total overs is not divisible by five. Where this occurs one additional over shall be allowed to a minimum number of bowlers. In the event of a bowler breaking down and not being able to complete an over the remaining balls must be bowled by another bowler. A part of an over will count as a full over only in so far as each bowler’s limit is concerned.
h) Limited Field Placement: No fielder may stand closer than 10 metres from the striker’s wicket on the on-side or in front of point on the off-side until the ball has been played by the batsman.
i) Batting Retirements: During the 20/20 phase of the Tournament batters must retire after they have faced their 30th ball (wides or no-balls are not included in this total) – In 40 over matches the retirement limit shall be 60 legitimate balls. Retired batter who have faced their ball limit may return to bat in order of retirement once all other batters have been dismissed. Batters may not be prematurely retired in order for a previously retired batter to return unless Retired Hurt.
Notes:
(1) Fielders may stand within 10 metres of the striker if they are in the off-side slips position.
(2) Grounds Persons will be encouraged to mark a circle with a radius of 10 metres from each middle stump with dots.

j) Dangerous Deliveries
(1) Any delivery which passes, or would have passed above shoulder height when the striker is standing in his or her normal position shall be called a “No Ball”
(2) Any delivery that passes on the full above waist height of a striker standing in his or her normal position shall be called a “No Ball”.
j) Free Hit
In addition to the above, the delivery following a No ball called (all modes of no ball) shall be a free hit for whichever batsman is facing it. If the delivery for the free hit is not a legitimate delivery (any kind of No ball or a wide ball) then the next delivery will become a free hit for whichever batsman is facing it.
For any free hit, the striker can be dismissed only under the circumstances that apply for a No ball, even if the delivery for the free hit is called wide ball.
Neither field changes nor the exchange of individuals between fielding positions are permitted for free hit deliveries unless:
1) There is a change of striker (the provisions of clause 41.2 shall apply)
or
2) The No Ball was the result of a fielding restriction breach in which case the field may be changed to the extent of correcting the breach.
(k) Drinks Breaks
Drinks Breaks will take place at the halfway point of each innings – during the 20/20 phase of the competition this break should be limited to a maximum of 5 minutes and during the 40 over phase of the tournament the break should be limited to a maximum of 5 minutes The players will not leave the field of play during a drinks break, except where a comfort break is required, and only the coach may come onto the field of play to talk to their team.
6. Competition Points – 20/20 phase
a) Win 2 Points
b) No result 1 Point
c) Loss 0 point
d) Tie 1 Point
Section Play qualifying conditions.
The order of qualifying for Post-Section play shall in the first instance be based on competition points. Should teams be equal on competition points Net Run Rate shall be the determining factor to determine their placement in the post-section draw.
7. Weather interruptions

A. 20/20 Phase
a) For matches due to start at 10.15 play may be delayed with no reduction in overs until 12.15pm.
b) Should matches be delayed past 12.15 overs shall be reduced down to a minimum of 5 per side based on an over taking 4 minutes to bowl. Therefore the latest a reduced overs match may start for the first match of each day is 2.30pm. (5 overs each team and 5 minutes between innings).
c) The latest finishing time for the first match each day should therefore be 3.15pm
d) Should no play be possible by 2.30pm the match shall be abandoned and points shared between the teams. The next round will then be considered for play.
e) The second match of each day if unable to start on time due to a delayed first match should start an hour after the completion of the morning round match. The afternoon round match may start with no reduction in overs if started by 4.15pm.
f) Should a match be able to start after 4.15pm the number of overs shall be reduced based on the calculation outlined above.
g) The latest finishing time for the second match each day should be 7.30pm
h) If rain interrupts and prevents each team from completing a minimum of five overs, the match will be called a no result and both teams receive a minimum one point.
i) To calculate the target score for team two in a weather affected match the target will be the average run rate per over of team one multiplied by the number of overs available to team two plus one run.
j) If a match is abandoned when team two has batted for five overs or more the target score to determine a winner will be number of whole overs completed multiplied by average run rate of team one plus one run.
k) In the event of teams finishing on equal points, the tournament placings for post section play will be determined as follows: The team with the highest Net Run Rate per over

B. Post Section Play Weather Interruption conditions
a) Play may commence up to 1.00pm with no reduction in overs to be bowled – after this point the number of overs per side shall be reduced at the same rate as outlined in the conditions above.
b) Should weather reduced the number of overs available to the team batting 2nd the same calculation as outlined in the 20/20 section above. The target will be the average run rate per over of team one multiplied by the number of overs available to team two plus one run.
c) Day 4 abandonment – should a match of a minimum of 5 overs per side not be able to be played on Day 4 Day 5 shall be used for finals based on matches between teams in consecutive finishing order. i.e 1st vs 2nd, 3rd vs 4th etc. Finishing order will be based on competition points followed by net run rate.
d) Should following the abandonment of Day 4 no play is able to occur on Day 5 a winning team shall be declared based on the finishing order established.
e) On Day 5 if no match of a minimum of 5 overs be able to be completed for matches playing for Trophies teams shall be declared join winners.

8. Tournament Winners
Winners of the Finals of each of the Playoff sections shall be declared the winners of their respective events.
Trophies
(a) The winning team or teams in the South Island Tournament shall be awarded the Sir Jack Newman Trophy
(b) The team/s winning the 5th-8th section shall receive a Shield Trophy
(c) The team/s winning the 9th-14th section shall receive a Plate Trophy
Participating Districts will be consulted as to the creation of these new trophies.
(b) The Eastern Southland Trophy will be awarded to the best fielding team & fair play at the tournament.
● The Umpires shall award points at the conclusion of each match based on the following criteria:
● (a) Catching and stumpings
● (b) Ground fielding and backing up
● (c) Fielding placements
● (d) Returns to wicketkeeper and bowler
● (e) Behaviour and sportsmanship
● No teams shall be awarded more than 6 points per match
(c) There shall be no trophies or awards made for individual performances during the tournament
(d) The winning association/s or, in the case of joint winners, the first recipient shall have the trophy engraved at the expense of the host association.
9. Player Eligibility
(a) Players must be enrolled (or considered) as year 8 pupils or lower as at 1st September in the year prior to the playing of the tournament.
(b) Players are eligible to play for the District Association in which they live, are schooled as at 1st September or play their cricket. This is known as their ‘home’ Association. In addition, up to 3 players in a squad may come from any other district Association taking part in the tournament. These players must play for their ‘home’ Association if selected but become available to play elsewhere if they are not. The selection of these players is coordinated by the major cricket Association controlling the team that requests the players, i.e. Canterbury or Otago.
(c) Where an association makes a player ineligible for selection for other than disciplinary reasons, and that player would otherwise be eligible for selection under (a) and (b) above, that player can be considered for selection by another competing association.
(d) Minor associations are able to select players for their tournament team by borrowing up to 3 players from other associations.
10. Changes to Playing Conditions (and rules)
(a) A District Association or interested party submits in writing a change to the playing conditions to one of the major associations (i.e. Canterbury or Otago).
(b) The major association(s) send out in writing the suggested change to the 13 District Associations. If no response is received from a District Association within the deadline then that Association’s vote will be counted as a yes vote. (If Christchurch Junior Cricket Association entered two teams in the previous tournament, then they should be entitled to two votes. If CJCA entered only one team in the previous tournament, they should be entitled to one vote). At least eight votes in favour must be achieved to pass a change. Nelson and Marlborough have one vote each and may make any change submissions through to the Otago Cricket Association.
(c) When a change has been voted in by the District Associations, the major Associations will write to all District Associations to advise and arrange the change to the electronic copy of the playing conditions as circulated each year to the host district.
(d) When a change has been voted out by the Districts Associations, the major associations will write to all District Associations to advise.

TEAMS 2020

2020 TEAM LISTS

North Otago

Lloyd Fellowes, Liam Cameron, Hunter Growcott, Lachlan McEwan, Josh Miller, Ben Carswell, Billy McCabe,

Angus Loe, Angelo Bush, Blake White, Jack Nicol and Riley White

 Coach:  Glynn Cameron                                              Manager:  Hamish Loe & James Nicol

Dunedin

Liam Barron, Joe Deveraux-Kilpatrick, Jalen Forgie, Will Kara, Jack Tourelle, Jaxon Thomson, Luke Murray,

Luke Marsh, Tyler McCleery, Oscar Davenport, Jonty Riley and Tom Miller

 Coach: Ash Barron                                                      Manager: Leisa Barron

Otago Country

Alfie Omelvena-Flame, Ashton White, Hugo Bogue, Jackson Clark, James Dougherty, Mason Clarke, Mika Tait,

Sage Patterson, Simon Cavanagh, Will Anderson and Xavier Small

Coach: Mark Tait                                                            Manager:  Rowan Small

Southland Country

Noah Sutton, Connor Sharp, Matthew Menlove, Charlie Ottrey, Flynn Reed, Jackson Newall, Sam Smaill,

Ashton Hanson, Quade White, Xavier Glover and Fabrice Frei

 Coaches: Mike Newall & Charlie Smaill                   Manager: Scott Glover

Invercargill Metro

Zach Harrington, Harris Page, Charlie Hopcroft, Mika Muliaina, Duncan Tait, George O’Connell, Will Cairns,

Luke Reynolds, Ollie Lemin, Tim Richardson, Angus Burnett and Shahen Wijesinghe

Coaches: Tim Page & Jack Tait                                   Manager: Matt Harrington

South Canterbury

Ben Blakemore, Flynn Brookland, Hamish Caird, Angus Carr, Harry Elliotte, Mac Kelliher, Will Lemon,

Jed McKerrow, Lachlan Munro, Logan Peck, Jonty Sowden and Jacob Suddaby.

 Coaches: Tim Sowden & Grant Brookland             Manager: Jonts McKerrow

 

West Coast

Alex Robinson, Blake Dixon, Blake Hotton, Brian Collins, Callum Brown, Ciaran Thow, Cole Butters, Jackson Dixon, Jacob Speakman, Jake Clark, Liam Eastwick and Robert Lyford

Coach: Kevin Breen                                                  Manager: Katheryne Dixon

Buller

Sheldon Walsh, Blake Jack, Archie Volkman, Noah Weichern, Eion Pratt, Sam Stewart, Joel Hart, Layton Larking,

Billy Barlow, Austin O’Toole, Finn McCormack-Young and Frankie Meates

Coach:    Graeme Walsh                                          Manager:  Melissa Jack

 

Mid Canterbury

Jack Butterick, George Fulton, Bailey Fletcher, Henry King, Tyler Maher, Patrick McHugh, Tom McKenzie,

Ryan Richan, Blake Robinson, Ben Walker and Hanroux Wessels.

 Coaches: Kathryn Clark & Garfield Charles            Manager: Rosie Robinson

Canterbury Country

Brayden McLeod, Charley Ward, Cole Mills, Flynn McKendry, Jack Kelly, Jackson Hodgkinson, James Baggott,

Joe Moore, Lachie Cameron-Jones, Lucas Kelly and Max Dunbar

 Coaches: Dave Kelly & Julian Hodgkinson              Manager: Jen Hodgkinson

Christchurch Red

Brennan Matla, Callum Samson, Ethan Burns, Felix Huston, Finn McLeod, Harrison Dick, Jack Johnston,

Luca Greasley, Paddy Cochran, Thomas Stewart, Tom Turner and Vivek Lallu

Coach: Graeme Turner                                                 Assistant Coach:  Glenn Sampson

Christchurch Black

Angus Eglinton, Austin Smith, Benjamin Liang, Christopher Pickles, Henry Copeland, Jackson Garry,

Jonty Davidson, Matthew Brown, Max Buford, Rivers Murray-Carter, Thomas Vesty and Toby Smith

Coach:        John Garry                                                 Assistant Coach:  Callum Davidson

Marlborough

Benji Nation, Baxter Croad, Olly Pauling, Hunter Shore, Leo Marfell, Jack Frisken, Caleb Speedy, Luke Holdaway, Sam Young, Kayse Holdaway and Ben Armstrong

 Coach: Andrew Nation                                                 Assistant Coach: Mike Croad

Nelson

Karl Quinn, Ryan Mirfin, Harry Restieaux, Bryn Thurlow, Jimmy West, Charlie Wilson, Will Aldridge, Cam McLean, Jack Bell, and Zac Logan

 Coaches: Jay Irving & Scott Mirfin                             Manager – Kirsty Mirfin 

 

Restaurants/Food Options

Restaurants and Food options for Westport

Rainbow Cake Kitchen (Café/Bakery)– Palmerston Street (0800) 105 060
Premade lunch pick up options

Westport Fresh Choice Supermarket (Fonblanque St)  ph 037898546
Open 7am – 9pm (will offer lunch pack options – premade/booked)

Westport New World Supermarket (Palmerston St) ph 03 789 7669
Open 8am – 8pm

Subway – Palmerston Street, – (03) 789 6262
Premade lunch pick up options

Cosmopolitan Hotel – Palmerston Street – (03) 789 6305
Lunch & Night restaurant (group booking essential)

Club Buller (Workingmen’s)– Queen Street – (03) 789 8770
Night restaurant (group booking essential), usually only open Thur – Sun, but may open other nights if booked well in advance for fixed menu.

Westport RSA – Palmerston Street – (03) 7898872
Night restaurant (group booking essential), usually only open Thur – Sun, but may open other nights if booked well in advance for fixed menu.

Quarry Restaurant – Palmerston Street – (03) 789 5579
Lunch & Night restaurant (group booking essential)

Westport Motor Hotel – Palmerston Street (03) 789 7889
Night restaurant (group booking essential)

Denniston Dog Restaurant & Café – Wakefield Street (03) 789 5030
Lunch & Night restaurant (group booking essential)

Criterion Hotel – Palmerston Street, (03) 789 8200
Evenings – Pizza’s (pick up only)

Johnny’s Restaurant – Palmerston Street ( 03) 789 6474
Lunch/Night restaurant (group booking essential)

McManus Hotel – Palmerston Street ( 03) 789 6304
Night restaurant (group booking essential)

Portside Restaurant – Palmerston Street ( 03) 789 7133
Lunch & Night restaurant (group booking essential)

Donaldo’s Café & Bar (& shop)– Carters Beach ( 03) 789 7309
Lunch & Night restaurant (group booking essential)

Golden Horse Takeaways & Café – Palmerston Street ( 03) 789 8736
Open Tues – Sun, Lunch & Tea, Chinese & Takeaway’s and small restaurant for evenings (group booking essential)

Smileys Pizza’s & Takeaways (03) 789 6694 – open lunchtime to 8.30pm
Takeaways – fish and chips, pizza, etc (do delivery’s)

The Copper Pot – Palmerston Street, (03) 789 6255
Indian Takeaway & Evening Restaurant (group booking essential)

Nipp-iLicious Japanese Takeaways (03) 789 7272
Traditional Japanese Sushi – (can make to order)- open Tues-Sat

There are many other lunchtime café’s, dairies available within the town for quick lunch or snacks.

 

GENERAL CONTACTS

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General Contacts

Medical
Buller Hospital
Cobden St, Westport
03 788 9030

Doctors
Buller Medical Centre
45 Derby Street, Westport
03 788 9277

Coast Medical
161 Palmerston Street, Westport
03 789 5000

Dentist
Westport Dental Clinic
141 Palmerston Street, Westport
03 789 8901

 

 

 

 

 

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