The Calder Scholarship
Ross Calder was a longstanding member of Lancaster Park Cricket Club until his untimely death in 2010. The Calder family has established the Ross Calder Memorial Scholarship to develop young cricketers through the Lancaster Park Cricket Club.
Who is eligible?
The scholarship is open to secondary school pupils in their final year who will be playing club cricket in the second half of the 2022/23 season. The successful applicant will be required to play for the Lancaster Park Cricket Club for the duration of the scholarship period. Applicants must be a New Zealand citizen or New Zealand Permanent Resident.
What does the recipient get?
LPCC subscriptions paid until 31 March 2024
$1,000 towards tertiary education costs
$500 worth of cricket equipment
5 hours of personal coaching from Michael Davidson or Rachel Candy
Fees funded for a Level 1 or Level 2 coaching course
Total package value up to $2,500
How long is it for?
1st January 2023 to 30th June 2024
What is the selection process?
A selection panel made up of the LPCC Men’s Coach, Women's Coach, Premiership Captain and a representative of the management committee will review the applications and draw up a short list. Short listed applicants will be interviewed and the recipient selected. The panel’s decision is final.
09/12/2022 Applications close
16/12/2022 Announcement date
01/01/2023 Recipient begins playing for LPCC