Classic Matches Report - North Otago vs. Manawatu 2010
Classic Matches North Otago v New South Wales 1924
Near the end of the 1923-24 season the New South Wales team made their fourth visit to New Zealand. The tour saw the side play Wellington, Otago, Canterbury and Auckland along with three matches against New Zealand. While traveling to Dunedin to p more..
Hawke Cup Champions Otago team of the year
At the recent Sport Otago awards held in the Dunedin Town Hall, the North Otago Hawke Cup team were awarded with the Aotea Electric team of the year category. more..
Classic Match North Otago v West Indians 1956
Classic Matches North Otago vs. Fiji
Classic Matches North Otago vs. Hawkes Bay
Classic Matches North Otago vs. Southland 1991
Classic Matches Report - North Otago vs. Otago Country 2006
Classic Matches North Otago v South Canterbury 1896
Hawke Cup Challenge Team Announced
The team to travel to Palmerston North this weekend to challenge for the Hawke Cup was announced tonight at the teams practice by selector Peter Cartwright. The party will consist of 12 players and 2 managers. more..
North Otago to challenge for Hawke Cup
North Otago will go through to their fourth Challenge, and first since 2002 after Otago Country missed out on first innings points against South Canterbury in the weekend. more..
North Otago Dominate South Canterbury but fail to gain outright
If North Otago dominated the first day South Canterbury took the honours on the second day of the Hawke Cup elimination match played in Oamaru over the weekend. North Otago's Sean Eathorne dominated North Otago's first innings with a fine innings of 121 with North Otago medium paced bowler Ben Cant returning the outstanding figures of six for 30 off 17 overs in South Canterbury's first innings chasing North Otago's first innings total of 344 after it had been sent in on Saturday by the more..
North Otago Take Outright Against Southland
North Otago moved to the top of the Hawke Cup elimination points table with an eight wicket outright win over Southland at Whitestone Contracting stadium over the weekend. North Otago moves to 18 points with one match remaining with Otago more..
North Otago take first innings points against Mid Canterbury
North Otago had a first innings win over Mid Canterbury at the Ashburton Domain over the weekend in a Hawke Cup elimination game. North Otago won the toss and put the home side in to bat and dismissed it in the third session of play on the first day for 272. Bo Houston(65) and Des Kurger were the best of the Mid Canterbury batsmen while Ben Ward(25), Lyall Jemmett(30), Geoff Nash(34) and Don Thomas(30) made valuable contributions. Bowling for North Otago the wickets were shared around wit more..
Hawke Cup out of reach for North Otago after outright loss
North Otago's promising Hawke Cup campaign was brought to an end yesterday in Alexandra with Otago Country recording a resounding 10 wicket outright victory. Otago Country's outright win sees them pick up 12 points for the game and means t more..
North Otago take outright against Southland
North Otago beat Southland with eight balls remaining to pick up maximum points and go to the top of the Hawke Cup elimination round. North Otago was given the task of scoring 163 in its second innings and tight bowling saw the demise of opener Duncan Drew and Scott Simpson(22) as North Otago slumped to 44 for two. Youngster Ben Cant played a mature innings as opener before he was dismissed for 34 while Simon Butler(44) more..
North Otago takes first innings points but lose outright to Otago Country
Otago Country scored a nine wicket win over North Otago yesterday to take the lead in the Hawke Cup elimination series with North Otago taking the minor points for a first innings more..
Invitation XI beats Mitchell C.A.
A North Otago Invitation X1 beat the New South Wales country under 17 from the Mitchell Cricket Association by 11 runs at Whitestone Contracting stadium yesterday. North Otago batted first and was dismissed in the 46th over for 157. Stu Dickinson more..
Hawke Cup Team Wins Warm-up
A 120 run opening stand between James Cutt(45) and Duncan Drew(72) laid the foundation for North Otago's win over South Canterbury in a 50 over game played in Timaru yesterday. Glen Paterson added a solid 47 while Ben Miller was the pick of the South Canterbury bowlers taking four for 35. North Otago restricted South Canterbury to 177 before the tenth wicket fell more..
Batting bolstered in Hawke Cup squad
Batting has been the North Otago cricket team's downfall over the last few seasons, but this year it could well be their strongest component.The North Otago Hawke Cup squad was announced on Friday and the team appears to be stacked for top order batting talent. One of the batting additions to the side is Englishman Simon Butler, who is coaching in North Otago this summer. The right-handed top order batsman has played for Cardiff University and the Marylebone Cricket Club more..
Top order fails to fire again
More top order batting woes for North Otago resulted in the end of their season in Oamaru yesterday. With the middle and lower order batsmen doing most of North Otago's run-scoring, the home side fell to an outright loss in their final Haw more..
Waldron's heroics not quite enough
Captain Jarrod Waldron continued his batting blitzkrieg at the weekend but could not prevent the North Otago senior cricket side from dropping their second match on first innings points. Waldron, having already scored two centuries in two more..
Southland takes first innings points despite 171 from Waldron
Southland had a first innings win over North Otago at Queens Park over the weekend. After a disastrous first session on the more..
Sewell saves the Day
David Sewell almost always does damage with the ball. But it was with the bat the one-time New Zealand test cricketer had just as much impact on Saturday.Sewell who played one international test match against Zimbabwe more..
Bowling effort not enough
A late Sunday morning attack on the Southland batsman bought the North Otago Hawke Cup cricket team close to a win in Invercargill - but not close enough. Six wickets in the space of 19 runs gave the visitors every chance of winning the vi more..