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Event: Hot Springs Spas T20 Black Clash - Friday 22 January 2021 6:30 pm

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Hot Springs Spas T20 Black Clash - Friday 22 January 2021 6:30 pm

Hagley Oval South Hagley Park Riccarton Ave Christchurch

Last updated
20 Jan 2021 5:45pm

The Hot Spring Spas T20 Christchurch Black Clash in association with Heartland pits New Zealand’s biggest sporting stars against each other in a high-intensity, hugely fun T20 cricket match.

Stephen Fleming’s Team Cricket will be defending its honour against Sir Graham Henry’s Team Rugby, with a lifetime of bragging rights on the line for the victors.

Fleming has hand-picked another stellar line up of NZ’s biggest cricketing heroes to lead the line-up for Team Cricket including Grant Elliott and Peter Fulton, while Sir Graham has called upon All Blacks legends Izzy Dagg and Jordie Barrett to lead the upstart Team Rugby’s charge. 

Each team will be packed with international sporting superstars keen to show off their talents with bat and ball. 

The leather, willow and a fair bit of banter will again be flying at Hagley Oval in this summer sizzler.

For full details go to Black Clash website. 

What you need to know before you go:

Getting Here?

With the event being held on a Friday, there will be limited parking available in the area - aim to arrive nice and early. Why not take the opportunity to catch the bus into the city and explore the new exciting retail options, and new eateries before heading off to the game.

Free parking is available at Horncastle Arena, where you can make use of the Orange Line which has a drop off on Hagley Ave, just a short walk across the park.

Bus timetables can be viewed online on the Metro website(external link) and you can also view detailed traffic information on our Christchurch Congestion Map.(external link)

Traffic and Parking

Traffic will be heavy on the surrounding roads around Hagley Oval, with some parking restrictions and a 30 km/h temporary speed restriction in place.

We recommend you allow plenty of time for travel.

There is no public parking available at Hagley Oval. There are several parking garages and public car parks throughout the central city which are a short walk to Hagley Oval.  Find one using our interactive parking map(external link)(external link)

We highly recommend carpooling or getting dropped off. 

Mobility parking is available on a first-in, first-served basis off Riccarton Ave, so please follow the instruction from the car parking team.

Taxi drop off/pick up area will be available on Riccarton Ave.