Our Relevance Today
Sure we are a proud Club with a rich and colourful history going back as far as 1946. » Read More
But in today’s busy world there often doesn’t seem to be the same opportunity to chill out playing social cricket on a Sunday afternoon. In recent years we have taken stock of who we are and what we want to be in the coming years, and are refocusing our energies on:
- assisting and sponsoring the development of school and college cricket in Wellington, and
- engaging in social activities and events for the many cricket enthusiasts who share our goals.
We have an active programme of games against Colleges, Schools and Cricket Clubs » Read More
A key focus is on further developing our membership. We want more cricket enthusiasts who may or may not still be active players. Membership options include both Full Playing and Associate. To find out more about becoming a member of the Club click here
Latest Member News
We look forward to the time when at Wanderers functions and cricket matches the audience and spectators are awash in a sea of green and blue stripes.
Annual Report Available
Annual Report for the 2019-2020 Season now available to view here
Wanderers were sad to learn of the passing of Mike Dormer, founder of the Willows Cricket Club, on April 19th in Christchurch. Read more
Breakfast at the Basin with Daniel Vettori
Support Wellington Wanderers Cricket on December 11th and enjoy breakfast with Daniel Vettori whilst enjoying the vista of the Basin as we prepare for the second West Indies Test and a critical match as New Zealand attempt to make the World Test Championship final.
Where: Long Room Basin Reserve
When: Friday 11th December
Time: 7.00 for 7:15am to 8:30am
Cost: $60.00 per person. Buffet breakfast with all proceeds going to Wellington Wanderers
Thursday 3rd of December, 1pm Tee of time
9 Hole Ambrose format
All proceed raised from the golf day will go towards supporting youth and junior cricket in Wellington
Wanderers Cricket Club Celebrates Ross Taylor’s 100th Test
The Indian test at the Basin Reserve marks Ross Taylors 100th test for New Zealand. Unfortunately Ross was not able to attend the Breakfast at the Basin, but Bryan Waddle caught up with him to talk about this historic test.