I AM, WE ARE, ELLERSLIE
ABOUT OUR CLUB
Ellerslie Cricket Club is a community-driven amateur sports club based at Michaels Avenue Reserve. We have 420 members and provide opportunities to play cricket for boys, girls, men and women of all ages, cultures and abilities.
Our club has a unique and inclusive coaching methodology that focuses on having fun, skills development and team work before competitive excellence. The adoption of this, "The Ellerslie Way", has won the hearts of our membership and seen our participant numbers grow in recent years.
Our club marked its 100th jubilee in the 2022/23 season and have just completed a brand new $7 million clubrooms facility in conjunction with the Ellerslie Football Club. This, combined with a new, ambitious 5 year strategic plan underpins our desire to achieve great things for us and the wider community. We are Ellerslie's club.
There is no better or more exciting time to join with us as we "Create Lifelong Ellerslie Cricketers".
Our Junior Club creates opportunities for junior players to develop their skills and love for the game. The club provides coaching and matches for junior cricket players from the ages of five to nineteen.
The club has several senior teams, including men's and women's teams, as well as social teams for players of all abilities. The club's senior players compete in various leagues and competitions throughout Auckland.
Next season we will be moving to the newely built clubrooms. These will be located at the brand new Michaels Avenue Community Center.
DRAWS & RESULTS
Providing the latest information on upcoming fixtures and match scores for junior, senior, and women's teams.
Filter the results by team, date, and competition, making it easy to find what you're looking for.
Here you can also find detailed statistics and analysis of past matches, as well as live scores and commentary for ongoing games.
LOCATION46 Michaels Avenue, Ellerslie, Auckland 1051, New ZealandPHONE OUR CLUB MANAGER, HAMISH DICKASON021 873 150EMAILmanager@ellersliecricket.co.nz
‘‘I AM, WE ARE, ELLERSLIE’’