• History of Cup Success

    Union is one of the most successful cricket clubs in the North Otago Cricket Senior Competition having won the Borton Cup more than 30 times, along with equal sucess in lower grades.

  • Easter Tour

    A club tradition, since 1928 Union has sent teams to play in fixtures in the Maniototo during the Easter break.

  • A Proud History

    Founded in 1909, for more than 100 years Union has created a rich history with two Otago first class players along with a New Zealand foriegn minister also playing for the club.

Upcoming Matches & Latest Results
Union Senior vs Glenavy 1st XI
21 November 2020 at Glenavy Domain Scorecard
Union Senior vs Bye Bye
14 November 2020 at Bye
Union 2nds vs Albion 2nd
14 November 2020 at King George Park Won
Union Senior vs Albion Senior
7 November 2020 at King George Park Scorecard
Union 2nds vs Valley 2nd XI
7 November 2020 at Weston Domain Cancelled

Latest News

Two In A Row

Our Senior team made it two in a row with a comfortable win over Glenavy thanks for a five wicket bag from spinner Scott Kitto.


Shields Scores 204*

Thomas Shields created history yesterday scoring the first double hundred in the clubs history. With his 204* he surpassed Doug Papps record from 83 years ago. Read more...

Matches Abandoned

Both Union fixtures abandoned as thunderstorms hit North Otago. Read more...

Loss in first round of Borton Cup cricket

Our Senior team is defeated in the opening Borton Cup fixture against Waitaki Boys, as Ben Donkers scores 90 in his first match in Oamaru. Read more...

Seniors win friendlies

Seniors have two big wins in the two friendlies in the opening weekend of club cricket for the North Otago 2020-21 season. Read more...

About Our Club

The Union Cricket Club was founded in 1909 and is the second oldest active cricket club in North Otago. Over the years the club has build a history of success winning the North Otago Cricket Assocaition Premiership, the Borton Cup, over 30 times with more 100 of its members going on to play Hawke Cup cricket. It has also had two of its members play first class cricket for Otago, a massive acheviement for a small club from Oamaru, along with may other members playing at all levels of representativie cricket. Read More...