Bringing CD women's cricket together

A chance for emerging players from throughout CD to make their name and impress selectors, the inaugural Central Super League launched in October 2020

It saw the introduction of four new franchise teams - New Plymouth Power, Tararua Kotahi, Palmerston North Tui and Coastal Challengers Levin with the initial season providing two one-day matches in November, followed by four rounds of T20 in February to decide the inaugural crown

In the event weather did not play ball with Round 2 one-dayers in November 2021 washed out. It was agreed the T20s would be contested as a fresh set of points. Undefeated, the Coastal Challengers Levin lifted the inaugural title and again defended it unbeaten in the all-T20 second edition of the League in November 2021

While our CSL franchises are town-based, the composition of each team is decided by an annual player draft. 48 names go into the hat, including players from Masterton to Marlborough, Nelson to Napier In addition, WHITE FERNS as marquee players provide each franchise with experience and leadership

The CSL therefore creates the opportunity for the best women from all eight of CD's District Associations to compete against each other, as all endeavour to win selection to CD Women's U19 and Central Hinds squads and beyond

Proudly sponsored by John Turkington Forestry, the Central Super League replaced CDCA's Women's Districts T20 competition of previous seasons


2021/22 RESULTS


Runners up: New Plymouth Power

All matches were played at Donnelly Park, Levin

Round 1 5 November 2021

New Plymouth Power 128/7 beat Tararua Kotahi 119/7

Coastal Challengers Levin 112/2 beat Palmerston North Tui 110/8

Round 2 6 November 2021

Coastal Challengers Levin 101/2 beat New Plymouth Power 99/8

Palmerston North Tui 127/4 beat Tararua Kotahi 121/7

Round 3 6 November 2021

New Plymouth Power 81/2 beat Palmerston North Tui 80 all out

Coastal Challengers Levin 139/3 beat Tararua Kotahi 138/7

FINALS Sunday 7 November 2021

I v 2 • New Plymouth Power 128/4 lost to Coastal Challengers Levin 131/5

3 v 4 • Palmerston North Tui 1306/8 lost to Tararua Kotahi 110/3