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Super Smash Winners List From 2005 To 2023 – Latest Updates

Squad: Super Smash 2022-23 Schedule The 18th edition of the Men’s Super Smash T20 League will begin on December 23 at Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui with a match between the Northern Knights and Canterbury. The competition features a double round-robin format, with the top three teams advancing to the playoffs. Since 2005, the competition has been contested annually under several titles, including:

Schedule for Super Smash 2022-23: A total of 32 matches, including the final, will be played. The elimination final will take place on February 9, 2023, followed by the Super Smash 2022-23 final on February 11, 2023.

Super Smash Winners Name, Runner-Ups List

SeasonWinnersrunner-upsResults
2005–06Canterbury WizardsAuckland Aceswon by 6 wickets
2006–07Auckland AcesOtago Voltswon by 60 runs
2007–08Central StagsNorthern Knightswon by 5 wickets
2008–09Otago VoltsCanterbury Wizardswon by topping the group stage
(finally abandoned due to rain)
2009–10Central StagsAuckland Aces)won by 78 runs
2010–11Auckland AcesCentral Stagswon by 4 runs
2011–12Auckland AcesCanterbury Wizardswon by 44 runs
2012–13Otago VoltsWellington Firebirdswon by 4 wickets
2013–14Northern KnightsOtago Voltswon by 5 wickets
2014–15Wellington FirebirdsAuckland Aceswon by 6 runs
2015–16Auckland AcesOtago Voltswon by 20 runs
2016–17Wellington FirebirdsCentral Stagswon by 14 runs
2017–18Northern KnightsCentral Stagswon by 9 wickets
2018–19Central StagsNorthern Knightswon by 67 runs
2019–20Wellington FirebirdsAuckland Aceswon by 22 runs
2020–21Wellington FirebirdsCanterbury Kingswon by 5 wickets
2021–22Northern BraveCanterbury Kingswon by 56 runs

Squads

Auckland Aces:

  • Graeme Beghin
  • Jamie Brown
  • Robbie O’Donnell (c)
  • Mark Chapman
  • Louis Delport
  • Danru Ferns
  • Ben Horne (wk)
  • Ben Lister
  • Matt McEwan
  • Colin Munro
  • Will O’Donnell
  • Glenn Phillips
  • Ollie Pringle
  • Sean Solia
  • Will Somerville
  • Ross ter Braak
  • Lockie Ferguson
  • Martin Guptill
  • Kyle Jamieson

Canterbury Kings

  • Todd Astle
  • Chad Bowes
  • Cole McConchie (c)
  • Jack Boyle
  • Leo Carter
  • Sean Davey
  • Cam Fletcher (wk)
  • Andrew Hazeldine
  • Tyler Lortan
  • Ken McClure
  • Daryl Mitchell
  • Ed Nuttall
  • Fraser Sheat
  • Henry Shipley
  • Theo van Woerkom
  • Will Williams
  • Matt Henry
  • Tom Latham
  • Henry Nicholls

Central Stags

  • Doug Bracewell
  • Tom Bruce (c)
  • Brad Schmulian
  • Josh Clarkson
  • Dane Cleaver (wk)
  • Greg Hay
  • Jayden Lennox
  • Christian Leopard
  • Adam Milne
  • Seth Rance
  • Ben Smith
  • Blair Tickner
  • Ray Toole
  • Ben WheeleR
  • Bayley Wiggins
  • George Worker
  • Ajaz Patel
  • Ross Taylor
  • Will Young

Northern Knights:

  • James Baker
  • Peter Bocock
  • Dean Brownlie
  • Zak Gibson
  • Joe Carter
  • Katene Clarke
  • Henry Cooper
  • Anton Devcich (c)
  • Matthew Fisher
  • Brett Hampton
  • Scott Kuggeleijn
  • Brett Randell
  • Jeet Raval
  • Tim Seifert (wk)
  • Anurag Verma
  • Joe Walker
  • Trent Boult
  • Colin de Grandhomme
  • Mitchell Santner
  • Ish Sodhi
  • Tim Southee
  • Neil Wagner
  • BJ Watling
  • Kane Williamson

Otago Volts:

  • Matt Bacon
  • Neil Broom
  • Max Chu
  • Jarrod McKay
  • Jacob Duffy (c)
  • Josh Finnie
  • Dean Foxcroft
  • Camden Hawkins
  • Anaru Kitchen
  • Nick Kelly
  • Dale PhillipS
  • Hamish Rutherford
  • Mitch Renwick (wk)
  • Michael Rippon
  • Michael Rae
  • Nathan Smith

Wellington Firebirds:

  • Finn Allen
  • Hamish Bennett
  • Lauchie Johns
  • Jakob Bhula
  • Michael Bracewell (c/wk)
  • Fraser Colson
  • Andrew Fletcher
  • Jamie Gibson
  • Troy Johnson
  • lain McPeake
  • Ollie Newton
  • Rachin Ravindra
  • Ben Sears
  • Michael Snedden
  • Logan van Beek
  • Peter Younghusband
  • Tom Blundell
  • Devon Conway
  • Jimmy Neesham

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