Cricket sixes next week

Friday May 08, 2015 Written by Published in Cricket
Cricketers will swing into six-a-side cricket next week, with big hits and plenty of wickets expected in both the men’s and women’s competition. Pictured is talented youth cricketer Jasmanda Tuaputa. Cricketers will swing into six-a-side cricket next week, with big hits and plenty of wickets expected in both the men’s and women’s competition. Pictured is talented youth cricketer Jasmanda Tuaputa.

The Computer Man-sponsored six-a-side cricket competition swings into action next week.

Sixes is a shortened format of cricket, where games take just 30 to 40 minutes and are full of non-stop big hits and plenty of wicket-taking.

The men get underway first on Monday with the Matavera Mad Dogs hosting the Titikaveka Titans, while in Turangi the Aitutakians take on the Tem Store Muri Creeps. 

Tupapa 1 take on Tupapa 2 in Turangi on Tuesday.

The women’s first round starts on Wednesday with Las Senoritas up against Hine Moana in Matavera while the Cook Islands Diplomats are hosting the Tem Store Muri Creeps in Turangi.

The Computer Man Super Sixes competition runs for four weeks, with games played midweek starting from 5pm. 

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