Timothy Ian Weston (born 17 January 1982, in Stratford) is a cricket player from New Zealand who plays for Central Districts and Watsonians. He is a right-handed batsman (top score 152*), he also plays for Taranaki in the Hawke Cup. He is a teacher at Francis Douglas Memorial College in New Plymouth and plays for the school team in the Taranaki Premier Grade cricket competition along with Central Districts team-mate Peter Ingram who also teaches at the school.
Weston will be playing for Watsonian Cricket Club in Edinburgh, Scotland, for the 2010 season.
Andrew Gavin Hastings, is a Scottish former rugby union player. A fullback, he is widely regarded to be one of the best ever Scottish rugby players and was one of the outstanding players of his generation, winning 61 caps for Scotland, 20 of which as captain. He played for Watsonians, London Scottish, Cambridge University, Scotland and the British Lions. He twice toured with the British and Irish Lions, to Australia in 1989 and as captain on the 1993 tour to New Zealand.
Dion Digby Ebrahim is a former Zimbabwean cricketer, who played Tests and ODIs. He now lives in New Zealand where he works as a cricket coach.
The Central Stags, formerly known as Central Districts, are a first-class cricket team based in central New Zealand. They are the men's representative side of the Central Districts Cricket Association. They compete in the Plunket Shield first-class competition, The Ford Trophy domestic one-day competition and the Men's Super Smash Twenty20 competition. They are one of six teams that make up New Zealand Cricket. They were the fifth of the current teams to compete in the Plunket Shield, which they entered for the first time in the 1950/51 season.
Edgar Milton Meuli was a New Zealand cricketer who played in one Test in 1953.
Timothy Grant Southee, is a New Zealand international cricketer who plays all forms of the game. He is a right-arm fast-medium bowler and a hard-hitting lower order batsman. The third New Zealand bowler to take 300 Test wickets, he was one of the country's youngest cricketers, debuting at the age of 19 in February 2008. On his Test debut against England he took 5 wickets and made 77 off 40 balls in the second innings. He plays for Northern Districts in the Plunket Shield, Ford Trophy and Super Smash as well as Northland in the Hawke Cup. He was named as New Zealand's captain for the first T20I against West Indies in place of Kane Williamson, who was rested for that game. The Blackcaps won that match by 47 runs.
Taranaki Rugby, previously the Taranaki Rugby Football Union, is the governing body for rugby union in Taranaki, New Zealand; Taranaki is a region of New Zealand that covers areas in the districts of New Plymouth and South Taranaki. Established in 1889, they represent the Mitre 10 Cup side, Taranaki Bulls, and Farah Palmer Cup side, Taranaki Whio. It is also affiliated with the Chiefs Super Rugby franchise. Their home playing colours are amber and black and they play their home games at TET Stadium & Events Centre in Inglewood.
Kieran Noema-Barnett, born 4 June 1987 in Dunedin, is a New Zealand cricketer. He played in the 2006 U-19 Cricket World Cup in Sri Lanka and for Otago in the Twenty20 competition in the 2006-07. He has played both first-class and List A cricket for Central Districts.
Ian Robert Snook is a former New Zealand cricketer who played for Central Districts between 1972 and 1988. He scored his maiden first-class century in his last first-class match in 1987-88. He also played for Taranaki in the Hawke Cup competition. He was born in Dunedin.
The Hawke's Bay cricket team, representing the Hawke's Bay region of New Zealand, played first-class cricket between 1883–84 and 1920–21, and competed in the Plunket Shield in the 1914–15 and 1920–21 seasons. The side has continued to appear in minor cricket and now competes in the Hawke Cup competition.
The Hawke Cup is a non-first-class cricket competition for New Zealand's district associations. Apart from 1910–11, 1912–13 and 2000–01 the competition has always been on a challenge basis. To win the Hawke Cup, the challengers must beat the holders, either outright or on the first innings in a drawn match, on the holders' home ground.
Moturoa is a coastal suburb of New Plymouth, in the western North Island of New Zealand. It is located to the west of the city centre, bordering Port Taranaki and The Sugar Loaf Islands. One of the islands, Moturoa, the largest, shares its name with the suburb.
Kurt Baker is a New Zealand rugby union player, who currently plays as a fullback or wing for Hawke's Bay in New Zealand's domestic Mitre 10 Cup competition. He is a New Zealand Sevens representative, who has played in 43 World Rugby Sevens Series tournaments and has won two Rugby Sevens World Cup titles and two Gold medals at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and 2018 Commonwealth Games. He has also played for the Māori All Blacks.
The New Zealand rugby league season 2010 was the 103rd season of rugby league that was played in New Zealand. The main feature of the year was the new National Zonal competition run by the New Zealand Rugby League. The premier teams competed for the Albert Baskerville Trophy, which was won by Auckland when they defeated Counties Manukau 14 - 6 in the Grand Final.
Moturoa AFC is one of New Zealand's oldest association football clubs. Based in New Plymouth, the club traces its establishment back to the New Plymouth Watersiders team from the early years of the 20th century, and has historic links to each of the many schools from the area and greater New Plymouth.
The 1912 New Zealand rugby league season was the fifth season of rugby league that had been played in New Zealand.
Taranaki cricket team represents the Taranaki Region of New Zealand. It competes in the Hawke Cup.
Jamie Weston is a former Scottish rugby union player who played for Glasgow Warriors at the Scrum-half position.
John Ricky Riccitelli is a New Zealand professional rugby union footballer who plays as a hooker for New Zealand franchise Blues. In his youth career, he was selected to play in the 2015 World Rugby Under 20 Championships for New Zealand and took part in Francis Douglas Memorial College first XV.
George Bayly was a New Zealand cricketer. He played eight first-class matches for Taranaki between 1882 and 1898.
Alistar Bruce Jordan is a former New Zealand cricketer who played first-class cricket for Central Districts from 1969 to 1980.