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Fujitsu Heat Pumps to recognise New Zealandís Most Valuable Cricketers

Fujitsu Heat Pumps to recognise New Zealand’s Most Valuable Cricketers

8th December 2011

The NZCPA and Fujitsu Heat Pumps are pleased to announce a three-year partnership that will see the MVP rankings named as the ‘Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP’.

Fujitsu Heat Pumps are a leading NZ manufacturer with a strong history of supporting sport in New Zealand. Thanks to the support of Fujitsu Heat Pumps this summer will see the expansion of the MVP rankings to include cricketers at all levels of the sport. This will allow Clubs, Schools and Players throughout the country to not only compare their performances to their peers, but also to compare themselves to their favourite International and First Class players.

Fujitsu General New Zealand Limited’s Managing Director Kim Naylor is excited about the new partnership with MVP, stating “this is a wonderful way for Fujitsu Heat Pumps to recognise New Zealand’s best performing cricketers at all levels of the game”.

“Our company prides itself as a leading NZ manufacturer and that’s why it is great to be associated with such an innovative product as MVP and the CricHQ application”

MVP – the Players Statistic has been established by Cricket Player Associations throughout the world and in conjunction with the players have ensured MVP is a respected measure of modern cricket performance. Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP will be calculated for both Professional cricket and Recreational cricket throughout the summer.

NZCPA Chief Executive Heath Mills said “we are delighted with our new partnership with Fujitsu Heat Pumps and look forward to expanding on the success of MVP by making it available to the recreational game this summer”.

“Thanks to the world leading technology provided by CricHQ, it is possible to easily and independently determine who the Most Valuable Player is for your own competitions, club or team” said Mills.

Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP points tables, the latest updates, comments and player interviews will be available here on www.procricket.co.nz and www.crichq.com

To find out how to start generating MVP points for your team or club, download you CricHQ app from www.crichq.com