Womens/Girls Cricket Information
Women's Division 1 and Division 2
2022/23 Season Dates / Formats:
The 2022/23 season will start on the 22nd October for Women's Cricket with Girls Grades starting on the 5th November.
Draws for Women's Division 1-2 along with Girls Grades will be published on PlayHQ and the Cricket Wellington website once they are confirmed.
Please note that these season dates and draws are subject to change dependant on ground preparation and the International and Domestic calendars.
Spotlight Reporting Women’s Division 1
The Women's Division 1 grade is for our top, competitive female players in Wellington. The Saturday grade competes in both Maureen Peters Plate and Joy Lamason Trophy competitions. North City Cricket Club re-entered the Division 1 tournament in the 2021-2022 season.
Three trophies are awarded for the Women’s Division 1 grade, to ensure fair and equal coverage across Men’s and Women’s cricket.
Cup 1: Awarded for best overall Women’s performance within Joy Lamason Trophy and Maureen Peters Plate. The winner is decided by the Competitions Manager.
Cup 2: Awarded for the highest score in Women’s Division 1. Score must be made within Joy Lamason Trophy and Maureen Peters Plate.
Cup 3: Awarded for best bowling figures in Women’s Division 1. Figures must be made within Joy Lamason Trophy and Maureen Peters Plate.
Spotlight Reporting Women's Division 2
The Women’s Division 2 grade is for competitive female players in Wellington. The Sunday grade competes in both one day and T20 formats including finals. North City Cricket Club re-entered the Division 2 tournament in the 2021-2022 season with two teams.
By-laws and playing conditions Womens Div 1 and 2: see page 72.
The Hardball Girls grade is hard ball cricket for girls in school years seven to eleven. The Girls grade is played on Saturday afternoons from 2.00pm during the cricket season and competes in Pairs, T20 and 30-over format.
Games are played with a 142g leather cricket ball. Protective gear (pads, helmet, abdominal protector and gloves) is worn by batsmen and wicket keepers. Many players choose to use their own equipment, but the Club also provides each team with gear. The club provides the each player with a club top to use for the season and players are asked to wear a North City Playing cap which can be purchased from our uniform supplier: NORTH CITY CRICKET | Code (codesport.co.nz)
Please note: girls can play both Saturday morning cricket and Girls Hard Ball cricket.
The Girls Soft Ball grade is soft ball cricket for girls in school years five to eight. The league plays on Sunday afternoons from 1pm during the cricket season. Pairs cricket format is played and games take approximately 90 minutes.
The games are played with a junior-sized soft ball so no protective gear is required. The club provides the each player with a club top to use for the season and players are asked to wear a North City Playing cap which can be purchased from our uniform supplier: NORTH CITY CRICKET | Code (codesport.co.nz).
Please note: girls can play both Saturday morning cricket and Girls Soft Ball cricket.
Playing conditions Girls Grades: see pages 23-25
3 Gee St,
The North City Cricket Club is a District cricket club and the only senior club affiliated to Cricket Wellington covering the Porirua City and Tawa Borough cricket communities
3 Gee St, Linden, Wellington 5028