Who We Are
Providing leadership for the Counties Manukau Cricket community, ensuring pathways from school to club for all involved.
The SuperSmash Afterschool Hubs are designed for children who are new to playing cricket.
Counties Manukau Cricket offer a range of School Competitions and Tournaments throughout the cricket season.
Andy is a lifelong Counties Manukau local, living and working in this community for most of his life. He played junior local cricket in the 1980s and this passion for junior cricket has continued to this day. For 21 years Andy was a sworn Police Officer focusing on working with Rangatahi and the Community. He was a School Community Officer delivering abuse prevention and road safety initiatives in local schools and more recently he was a member of Whangaia Nga Pa Harakeke an initiative where police and local iwi work in partnership to reduce family harm.
Andy’s role as our Cricket Manager will be focused on the Strategic Development of all aspects of CMCAs operations.
Serena has a Cantabrian birth certificate but has lived in Wellington (and is a Victoria University graduate) but for the last five or so years she’s breathed Auckland’s air. Now retired because of injury, she has a long cricket playing background both in Christchurch and Wellington. Her sports management career has seen her in positions with Kelly Sports and Auckland Netball.
Serena is the go-to person for club and school cricket, coach/ player registration, CricHQ, female cricket, after-school cricket, holiday programmes, ethnic cricket and umpire and coach training.
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Spencer originates from Sri Lanka but was raised in Qatar. He is a keen cricketer and played club cricket until last season. His personal athletic prowess is in track and field, having represented Qatar at international level before he came to New Zealand around 10 years ago.
Spencer is a strength and conditioning specialist with a degree issued by AUT.
Spencer will manage the junior pathway for athletes and coaches. He will support our age group and female players as well as identify and fast-track players, coaches, and umpires with high achievement capability.
Louise has spent all her life living in Auckland and has been a volunteer in club and community cricket within the Counties Manukau area for over 10 years. Her daughter and two sons have all played cricket in the Counties Manukau area and her sons continue to do so.
Louise’s role is wide ranging and supports the delivery of all areas of our programmes from club cricket draws through to the association’s administrative function.