FAQs for Seniors

Below are some of the regular questions from teams wishing to play for Suburbs New Lynn Cricket Club.  Hopefully, your questions are answered here, otherwise feel free to contact manager@suburbsnewlynncricket.com

Are there any discounts? 

Suburbs fees are already some of the lowest in Auckland, so generally we don’t offer additional discounts.  However, we are holding special events at Lynmall this September. If you sign up on the 17/18 or 24/25 Sept at Lynmall you will receive a $20 discount per person.

Does the fee cover the entire season?

Unless you sign up for a half season only, the fees cover the team until the end of the 2022/23 season.

When we pay and register, do you need any further details from our side; like player names, etc?  Should we sign up individually or as a single team?

There is now an option to sign up as a team. If you have queries in regards to this please email manager@suburbsnewlynncricket.com

What will the club provide us upon registration?

On registration the club will pay all team affiliation fees to ACA. We will provide all match balls.

You also get 90 mins use of the indoor centre each week (availability allowing).

Plus the Club will provide a gear bag which will include at the minimum:

  • 4 Stumps  
  • 3 bails 
  • Wicket gloves 
  • If availability allows we will also add pads as well.

Please note we do not provide scorebooks as (as per ACA’s request) we are encouraging all to score online at CricHQ this can be done on i-pads or phones (please note the club does not provide these).

What is our home ground? 

Ken Maunder Park, 34 Binsted Road, New Lynn.

Are there any catering options for lunches?

The Club has an extensive kitchen, with a great menu and very helpful caterers.  Order your meal before the game starts, ready during the lunch break.

At what stage will we get to know the grade we will play in?

We will always do our best to get you in the grade you want, but the final decision is Auckland Cricket’s and depends on the number of teams entered for the season. 

​Below is the email sent from Dean at Auckland Cricket.  It may give you a better understanding of their process.  At the bottom, it states that we won’t have confirmed grades until October.  Please note that NO club, other than the one the team was registered with last year can make any guarantees.

For Senior One Day Grades:

  • At the end of last season, two teams (highest two teams) are promoted and two teams are relegated (lowest two-teams) – see attached list for initial grading, teams highlighted in green have been promoted, and those in orange have been relegated.
  • Note as per the One Day Forum the number of teams who get promoted or relegated was increased to two, this is reflected in the General Playing Conditions.
  • The club has first right to the spot their team earned from the 19/20 season (as shown in the spreadsheet).
  • If the club cannot fill that spot, it will then go to a new club/team.
  • If you have a new team entering or a team that has changed clubs, please enter their requested grade via our team entries, and we will try and place them as close to possible as wanted, however, cannot promise, effectively they will be granted the ‘next spot available’.
  • If you have a new team coming in and an old team going out, the new team can replace the old team and their spot, as long as they are from the same club.
  • Team entries open in September, Leah will send instructions and the link to do so closer to the time.  

Essentially, only teams returning (for the same club) have a guaranteed spot in their grade as per last season, and we will work with all new teams or teams who have changed clubs to get their desired grade, however, cannot promise.

Note final grading is subject to ACA and will be confirmed in October.

Can we pay in instalments? 

With the new PlayHQ system, all players must pay at time of registration.

If you are signing up as a team, then a single invoice will be sent to the Captain or Manager of the team.

What playing options are available?

  • Grade cricket – all formats, mostly Saturdays from 11.00am
  • One Day grades – Saturdays from 12.30pm onwards
  • T20’s  
    • Saturday from 3.15pm (more competitive)
    • Sunday from 3.15pm (more sociable)
    • Presidents Grade (over 40’s) T20 Sunday afternoons.
  • Premier & Premier Reserve Women – Saturdays T20 & L/O from 12.30pm


Membership Fee (GST Inclusive)Individual
Premier Squad incl Reserves Major & Minor Grade$340
Women’s Premier Squad$220*
Other Two-Day Grades$290
One Day Grades$220
T20 Saturday or Sunday$160
Half Season T20 Grade$100
University Students$260
Secondary School Leavers$200
University Student Playing Male Premier Cricket$300

*All women to receive a 50% discount off full registration fees.

Team Subscriptions

  • $100 discount of team sub paid in full by 1 October 2020.