Welcome to PBCA!

Holiday program changed to the second week due to bad weather conditions next week hopefully this does not alter plans too much.

Cricket Skills 3rd -7th Sep 
Yr 3-4 $45 9am- 11am 
Yr 5-6 $45 11am 1pm 

Yr 7-8 $45 11am 1pm 

PBCA  Junior Registration Term 4 2016.pdf

Super Star Hardball Cricket.doc

mercantile team registration 2016.17.docx 

New Zealand Cricket terms and conditions CricHQ registration.do

Superstar Cricket Academy Logo_COLOUR.jpg

Educational Resources 
Super Star Cricket rules yr 1-8
Cricket Smart   Secondary Super Cricket

Mission Statement


To build a strong and sustainable base that consistently develops competitive teams and individuals.

The Poverty Bay Cricket Association has a rich and proud background since being formed in 1890.

The Association produced their first New Zealand representative in 1914, in Len McMahon. Another eight players went on to wear the Silver Fern.
Double All Black Bill Carson and two of the country’s outstanding players John Wright and Geoff Howarth donned the dark blue cap of Poverty Bay. Poverty Bay won minor cricket’s major trophy, the Hawke Cup in the 1918-19 season and defended the Cup four times.

International sides visited the district including Australia in 1913-14, 1927-28 and 1956-57, MCC 1935-36, Fiji 1947-48, 1953-54, 1961-62 and 1967-68 and Pakistan in 1978-79. Sri Lanka visited in 1996 the Association’s centenary season but unfortunately inclement weather meant not a ball was bowled in the four day fixture. Poverty Bay hosted  NZA v Zimbabwe in 2012 with both teams fielding their shadow test teams. PBCA  hosted their initial first class game in 1973-74 and has run another 36 first class fixtures plus many one day domestic matches.
The Association has an outstanding first class ground in the Harry Barker Reserve and five superb pitches and a top class pavilion. The ground is regarded as one of the best facilities in hosting numerous Northern District Tournaments including National Tournaments and First Class Fixtures over the years. Poverty Bay is part of the Northern District Association and has nurtured many Northern District representatives.

Phil Evans - Chairman

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Doleman Cup Round 2 results

Results from the Doleman Cup Round 2 7.11.2015 HSOB 135/10 A J Kumar 50, Zane Boyle 3-29, Craig Christophers 4-19 lost to OBR 140-4, Ian Loffler 26, Nick Greeks 27 Ryan Majstrovic 2-33. GBHS (2)... more

Nov 07, 2015 at 09:24 p.m., David McDonald
Hardball saturday morning rules

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Feb 14, 2011 at 01:13 p.m., David McDonald
Hardball saturday morning rules

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Feb 14, 2011 at 01:13 p.m., David McDonald
Removal of Trees Harry Barker Reserve

See there has been a lot of Facebook chatter concerning the removal of the trees close by the carpark and grandstand. Let’s be clear about this – the removal was done after... more

Feb 12, 2015 at 04:24 p.m., David McDonald
Coaching Pathways and avaialble courses

MILO Have-A-Go Cricket Coaching Course 2 hours, non-examinable This course is designed for the parents, teachers and coaches of children involved in the MILO Have-a-Go Cricket programme. This is... more

May 18, 2012 at 02:52 p.m., David McDonald
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