No fee waiver, but cricket club to get sponsorship from Thorold
Niagara This Week - The City of Thorold won’t waive a planning application fee for the Niagara Cricket Club, but it will provide a sponsorship equal to the amount of the fee. Back in 2014, the city granted approval for a temporary use of the property on Thorold Townline Road for the cricket pitch and DMZ Paintball facility.
Niagara Elites 2016 Champions Management at Award Ceremony
Niagara Elites beat Halton Warriors in the final to win District Cricket League
The Niagara Elites downed the Halton Warriors to win the Hamilton & District League Cricket league title at the Niagara Cricket Center on Sunday. The Elites, a young a group led by players in ther 20s and 30s, defeated the more experienced and battle-tested Halton team using a balanced batting lineup backed by superb bowling.
Niagara Cricket Competition 2016Niagara Cricket Competition high Calibre of Cricket in August 12th to 14th 2016
AGM – Sunday April 262015 Spring AGM of Niagara Cricket Club (NCC) will be held on Sunday April 26th at White Oaks Resort.
All returning members, new members and all other interested parties are welcome to join and attend at 11:30AM. The AGM meeting room is same as last few years and located at the White Oaks Resort( Club Side )by the GYM.
Shaw Festival vs. Niagara Cricket Club – Monday Aug 22A long term traditional game, happening in Niagara for decades, was played on a fine Monday afternoon between the Shaw Festival and Niagara Cricket Club Cricket teams.
Niagara Cricket Club wins the Hamilton & District Cricket League Premier ChampionshipHamilton and District Cricket League’s Premiere Division Championship Game was held on Sunday Sept 28th between NCC and Oakville at the home ground of NCC located at Niagara Cricket Center.
Niagara Cricket Club captured the Premiere league title and won the final game over Oakville Premier by 5 wickets.
Niagara Cricket Club To Play For Hamilton & District Cricket League Premier ChampionshipHamilton and District Cricket League’s end of the season playoffs are in full progress in various cricket grounds across the Southern Ontario. Last Sunday Niagara Cricket Club Premier team, playing at their home ground at the Niagara Cricket Center (NCC), beat Cambridge Premier by 8 wickets to earn their well-deserved birth in the finals of the Premier League Championship Round.
Smart Choice downs Somerset In A Historic Niagara Cricket & Bollywood Festival
Field of DreamsNIAGARA FALLS - It’s a crisp fall afternoon in rural Niagara Falls and the sounds of paintball guns firing are interspersed with shouts of excitement and the crack of cricket bats smacking balls.
While paintballers look to splatter their foes, the Niagara Cricket Club is battling the Halton Cricket Club for the Hamilton and District Cricket League’s Premier Division title on a grassy expanse that only a few years ago was a weed-choked field.
“It’s pretty cool,” said Nick Lashford, the Niagara Cricket Club’s executive director. “It’s definitely the best ground in our league.”
Halton tops Niagara for cricket titleST. CATHARINES - The Halton Cricket Club captured the Halton and District Cricket League’s Premier Division championship with an exciting victory over the Niagara Cricket Club Sunday at the Niagara Cricket Centre.
Niagara’s win over Burlington CC on Sunday to earn a shot at the Premiere Div. ChampionshipNiagara Cricket Club’s premiere teams posted a decisive win over Burlington City Cricket Club last Sunday at the Niagara Cricket Center. Niagara won the knockout playoff game by 89 runs.
Burlington CC, winning the toss made a decision to field first. In reply, Niagara Premiere team opened their batting with Fiazan Siddiqui and Zia Sarwar.
For Immediate Release : Sept 11, 2013Niagara Cricket Club Premiere team, being the top seeded in the District League has now qualified to move into semi-final playoff knock out match to be held this Sunday Sept 15th at local home cricket grounds at NCC – Niagara Cricket Center, 5114 Thorold Town Line Road. The knock out match will be held between Niagara Cricket Club and Burlington City premiere team.
Burlington City team, after winning in the quarterfinals over Oakville City will now travel to play Niagara CC at the Niagara Cricket Center. The match will start at noon.
For more information please contact Tan Qureshi at (905)329-8261 or visit www.niagaracricket.com
Mr. Patrick Little - Chairman of the Board of Directors,
Mr. Steve Ferley – Member of the Board
Mr. Asad Ali - Member of the Board
Mr. Mohsin Hamdani - Member of the Board
Mr. Tan Qureshi – Member of the Board
Mr. Chris Loat - Member of the Board
Mr. Nasir Mahmood - Member of the Board