This Saturday marks a momentous occassion for Geyser City Cricket as they debut in the Baywide Cup. This will bring the total number of Rotorua premier league teams to two, including Central Indians. Geyser City Cricket will verse Greerton at their home ground, Smallbone Park on 5th October. Greerton are the defending champions of the 2018 Baywide Cup season. Read more her
This morning we can confirm that Geyser City Cricket Club have been successful in securing sponsorship from Grassroots Trust Limited and The Southern Trust. A huge thanks to these two wonderful community trusts in supporting Geyser and the vision we are striving for.
On 17th September, it was confirmed that Geyser City Cricket Club have procurred and signed a cricketer from the UK, Sam Kershaw. Sam is a right-hand top order batsman and right arm leg spin. He will be a brilliant addition to the Geyser Squad in their inaugural Premier season in 2019/2020. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2428490600579205&id=10549413621220 Photo
MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT It is with great pride and absolute pleasure that we announce that Geyser City Cricket has been officially accepted to participate in the BOP Mens Premier Division for the upcoming 2019/20 season. This starts with Baywide Cup on October 5th which will be a truly significant day in Geyser’s History. This achievement comes on the back of all of the huge strides the club,
Geyser City Cricket has been able to begin its winter coaching programme with specialist Sam Owen thanks to funding received from NZCT, announced this week. Find out more below. Read the full article from the NZ Herald here: https://www.nzherald.co.nz/rotorua-daily-post/news/article.cfm?c_id=150343&objectid=12256514
While the Geyser cricket machine has been hibernating for winter, the Geyser committee have been busy working away on plans for the coming season and the next pieces of our club journey. With that in mind I am excited to announce 6 big bits of news for the club. 1. Geyser has broken new ground and has officially employed their very own Club Administrator! Please welcome Leanne Stewart, who join
Just over a year ago, Geyser City Cricket Club decided to shake things up. With player numbers dwindling in Rotorua as a whole and a lack of a clear pathway for juniors to progress to playing senior cricket, the powers that be at the club decided something had to change. Read the full article here: https://www.nzherald.co.nz/rotorua-daily-post/sport/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503436&