Outright Newsletter

In This Issue:
* Domestic Restructure
* Players Survey/Conference
* Roger Twose and Pulling Stumps
* de Grandhomme wins MVP

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QSCC donate to Hooked on Cricket

QSCC donate to Hooked on Cricket

At an intimate function the Queen Street Cricket Club presented a cheque to the NZCPA for the purpose of delivering the Hooked on Cricket programme.

QSCC Chairman Brian Moss presented the cheque to NZCPA Cheif Executive Heath Mills at a function that included members of both organisations. Trent Boult, Nathan McCullum, Kyle Mills, and Tim Southee took an active part of the evening with a fun and informative Q&A session following the presentation of the cheque.

A number of past playing members took the opportunity to recognise this moment with the current players, notably NZCPA Patron Barry Sinclair, Chairman Ross Verry, Board Member Grant McKenzie, Peter McGlashan, James Marshall, John Sparling, and Martyn Sigley.

QSCC are a registered charity and raise funds by member donations in a fun and enthusiastic manner. We hope that CPA members may also take the opportunity to join QSCC and be part of this unique club. You can find out more about QSCC at their website

FICA Announces New Leadership Structure

The Federation of International Cricketers' Associations (FICA) have announced a new leadership structure following the recent resignation of Executive Chairman Paul Marsh.

At the FICA Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Melbourne, Executive member Tony Irish was appointed Executive Chairman, with former West Indies captain Jimmy Adams reappointed as President.

Other highlights of the AGM were the confirmation of a set of six FICA Guiding Principles and the endorsement of a new Player Advisory Group. The Guiding Principles represent FICA's core values while the Player Advisory Group will bring together a selection of key active cricketers from around the globe to provide input and direction to FICA, and a direct line from the playing field to the boardroom. ... Read More ...

CricHQ launch Professional Player Profiles

CricHQ launch Professional Player Profiles

The NZCPA, in conjunction with CricHQ is excited to announce the launch of CricHQ’s Player Profiles for professional cricketers New Zealand.

The NZCPA has partnered with CricHQ over a number of years, our key driver being the establishment of a social platform that leverages off the immense global support of cricket and creates a viable revenue generating platform for our past and present players. FICA, who have officially endorsed CricHQ’s player profiles are also convinced of the value of a social network for cricket, driven by its most recognised commodity, its players.

Unlike other cricket website profiles, on CricHQ you can claim your player profile and own your online cricket identity , alongside your playing statistics. Also containing your favourite social networking tools, you can engage with your fans and in the process build an asset which will benefit you throughout your playing days and beyond. ... Read More ...


Domestic Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP

Domestic Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP

De Grandhomme earns domestic MVP honour

Colin de Grandhomme flamboyant career took a positive turn this summer when he confirmed his status as a leading domestic player by winning the domestic Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP rankings.

De Grandhomme has long been recognised as one of the most destructive batsmen in domestic cricket and this season he combined power with consistency as one of eleven players to score over 1000 runs across all competitions. The 9th most prolific scorer with 1124 runs it was his performances with the ball that catapulted de Grandhomme to the summit of the Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP table, as the only player to feature in the top 10 aggregate runs and wickets tables - the Aces star ended the season tied as 4th highest wicket taker with 46.
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Players Golf Day 2014

Players Golf Day 2014