Our third side play Eastern Suburbs in the grade 3 final at Kilbirnie Park starting at 12 midday. This side is always supporting all the other teams in the club, so if you can get along Hayden and the team would be very appreciative.
We are hosting the Taitanium lunch to celebrate Mark Houghton’s 200th Premier game for Taita. This is a first for our club and a significant milestone. To recognize this achievement we have asked Mark Sorenson to be the Guest Speaker.
Entry is free to existing Taitanium members and $30 to all other attendees. This fee includes the lunch.
As you will be aware, Mark Sorenson is a former New Zealand softball player. He captained the national side, the Black Sox from 1989 to 2001, and again in 2004, and led them to three successive ISF world championship wins, in 1996, 2000, and 2004.
He retired in 2007. In 2010, Sorenson was inducted into the International Softball Congress Hall of Fame. He was inducted into the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame at the 2016 Halberg Awards.
Get along to Kelburn Park and support our Premier Reserve side as they take on Victoria University.
This will be the first final in Reserve grade for a very long time,
Your support will be much appreciated by the team.
Taita Survivor returns for another year, with a new theme.
Get your peppermints out and a whole lot of hostility as this year we return with a South African theme.
100 shots in 100 minutes and then we get down to see who can go the furthest
$20 entry includes drinks until you are eliminated, and food
Non-alcoholic options available
Doors open at 7pm, event starts between 7:30 and 8pm
To celebrate the Premiers last playing day of the season. The club is hosting a club day to celebrate the achievements of our Premier captain Mark Houghton.
On Sunday when he hit 124 against Wellington under 19's, Mark passed Stephen Gellatly's premier record of 5140 Premier runs.
To celebrate this achievement, Stephen is presenting Mark with a club achievement plaque at the tea break at 4:10 on Sunday.
If would be great if all players and supporters can be at the club Sunday to recognise this achievement.
Friday 3rd April the TDCC Premier team takes on Eastern Suburbs in the Pearce Cup Final at the Basin Reserve. The start time for Friday and Saturday is 10.30am and the start time for day three on Sunday is 10.00am.
The BBQ will be fired up all day, with sausages for sale at a nominal cost. BYO drinks
This is the first time we have made the Pearce Cup Final so it would be great to see a huge supporter base turn out to support Mark and his team. Replicating the support we got for the T20 final would be brilliant.
Join us for a glamorous night at the Taita District Cricket Club to celebrate the many achievements over the 2013/14 season.
- Pre drinks from 6pm
- Bar specials all night
- $10 per person includes a light meal
- Dj Schofer spinning the decks
All partners, friends & family welcome
Register via email@example.com or at the club bar
Saturday 22nd February, 12pm
Taita District Cricket Club, Fraser Park
The coach of the undefeated 2010 All Whites World Cup team, Ricki Herbert has been signed on as guest speaker.
- Existing Taitanium members $80 (includes free entry to the Taitanium Club lunch, a bottle of wine with the meal and all benefits of non-playing membership)
- New Taitanium members $90 (benefits as per above + Taitanium shirt)
- Non members $35 (includes lunch and the guest speaker)
If you would like to make a higher contribution, this will go straight to boosting the Robin Randall fund.
To register your interest in attending the lunch please email Taitacricket@gmail.com
- $20 Entry (Cost covers as many shots of beer as you can drink)
- Non alcoholic options also available
- Exile Island
- Taxi vans to town
- Drink Specials for those who want to watch
- Team Tribes Optional
- Cash Prize/Bar Tab for the Winner
- Mystery Shots
- Food available - Lea has kindly opened the Diner
Flamin galah! Taita Survivor is back and will be held at Taita Cricket Clubrooms on Saturday 14th December beginning at 7:30pm.
This year’s edition will once again have contestants battling it out to see who will reach the famed 100 beer shots in 100 minutes to become the ultimate Summer Bay Survivor (non alcoholic option also available).
The cost is only $20 which includes the shots for the competition. Taxis will also be available for those heading into town.
Whether you are a contestant or a viewer, make sure you do not miss the challenges, mystery shots, and the sabotage that will see players head to Exile Island or out of the competition.
So grab your surfboard, get your blood and sand tattoo and get prepared for an event set to go down in folklore. Survivors, ready? Go