ABSS sponsor the mighty Roar!


The good news just keeps coming, we are very pleased to announce that Abrasive Blasting Services and Supplies (ABSS) have joined Sunbury Cricket Club as a sponsor for the next two seasons.

ABSS are an Australian Manufacturer of quality Shot PeeningEquipment, Shot Blast Machines, Turbine Wheel Blasting Machines, Abrasive Sandblasting CabinetsSandblast Pots and Sand Blast Rooms. Supplying the Abrasive Sandblasting and Shot Peening Industries, ABSS carry a large range of Sandblasting Abrasive Media including Steel Shot, Steel Grit, Glass Bead, Garnet, Ceramic, Plastic, Aluminium Oxide and Organic Blast Media. We also hold a large range of accessories including Sandblast Hoses, Sandblasting Nozzles, Operator Sandblast Helmets and Abrasive Media Feed Valves.

ABSS are proud to be able to adorn the Australian Made Blast Vessels and Suction & Pressure Blast, Sandblasting Cabinets with the Official Australian Made Logo.

Visit Abrasive Blasting Services and Supplies (ABSS) website to view their services and contact details. Click on the logo to redirect:

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2019/20 Senior Mens MEMBERSHIP FEES


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This season the club will offer a variety of memberships to suit all players. Once again the club has put together fantastic packages including apparel offering unrivalled value to its members. We will release the subs for Junior cricket and our Womens team at a later date, stay tuned.

Senior Mens Subs include:

      • 2 Day Playing Polo ( short or long sleeve )
      • Pants ( whites )
      • Personalised Warm up / Training Top
      • New SCC Cap
      • Sunbury Social Club 12 month membership and
      •  Ball Fees for season

VTCA / GDCA SENIOR – $ 400

Junior  playing  Senior cricket– $ 300 *Includes junior division fees*

Student / Apprentice – $ 300

Other Memberships on offer:

5 Game Social Member – $ 200 ( Include 2 Day Playing Polo, New SCC Cap, 12 month Sunbury Social Club membership)

Social Membership – $ 150 ( Include 1 x Ticket in Last Man Standing Draw, New SCC Cap, 12 month Sunbury Social Club membership, Stubby Holder )

Important: 50% of fees must be paid prior to Round 1 with remaining fees due prior to Round 4. Payment plans can be arranged on request, please speak with Brendan or Jake.

Garnet Electrical Services sponsor the mighty Roar!


We are very pleased to announce that Garnet Electrical Services have joined Sunbury Cricket Club as a sponsor for the next two seasons.

For over 27 years Garnet Electrical Services has built a proud reputation of providing the highest level of electrical services to commercial and industrial organisations of all sizes including assisting the event industry as a reliable power contractor.

Garnet Electrical Services specialises in providing Electrical solutions to all Commercial and Industrial organisations. Their expertise is broad, and covers a wide spectrum of Electrical requirements. Capabilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Facility management in order to make the best use of what’s available.
  • Green energy solutions to optimise your energy consumption and provide alternatives.
  • Voice data & fibre optic cable solutions
  • Cable detection
  • Periodic maintenance of your electrical installation
  • Energy efficiency management
  • 24 Hour emergency assistance – repair and resolution

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Sunbury Social Club Extends Partnership


The Sunbury Cricket Clubs Executive are pleased to announce that the Sunbury Social Club have agreed to a 2 year extension as the clubs Major Partner. Over the past 2 years the support from the Sunbury Social Club has enabled the SCC to increase its Junior and Senior memberships. It has also enabled us to purchase new equipment, improve resources and to invest for the future.

It is a very exciting time for the club with the upcoming move to the VTCA , the introduction of our Woman’s Cricket Team and now further backing from the Social Club.

On behalf of all at the Sunbury Cricket Club, I would like to thank Phil Lithgow and the rest of the team at the Sunbury Social Club for all its support.

Your sincerely,

Brendan Doyle

President
Sunbury Cricket Club
Est. 1868

Hume Contracting join Sunbury Roar as new major sponsor


                     

Sunbury Cricket Club are very proud to announce that Hume Contracting has come on board to join the mighty Roar as a major sponsor for the next two seasons including our inaugural season in the VTCA.

For over the past 20 years, Hume Contracting has been dedicated to providing the State of Victoria with quality contracting services and are constantly striving to ensure project quality, safety with environmental systems of the highest standard.

Hume Contracting commit all their skills & resources to achieving  customer’s needs & expectations by “Doing It Right the First Time, Every Time”.  Resources are continually developed and improved with the aim of ensuring the company’s services continually meet high standards.

We urge all our members and friends to support our sponsors who make it possible for our club to provide cricket programs from school age girls and boys all the way to senior mens and womens turf competition.

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Click on these links to check out the services Hume Contracting provide:

►Road Side / Guardrail Services
►Earth Works
►Emergency Works
►Fencing
►Landscaping
►Material Supplies
►Memorial Garden Rocks
►Mowing / Slashing
►Road Maintenance
►Street Post Installs and Repairs
►Stump Removal
►Traffic Management
►Tree Works
►Watering Services

Reminder – Information Night – tonight 7 pm


The Sunbury Cricket Club will be holding an information night at the upstairs McMahon Club Rooms tonight at 7 pm.

Subjects of discussions will range from the club structure in the VTCA / GDCA, Female Cricket, Junior and Senior team nominations. We will also be presenting a range of new apparel to all members to vote on.

All Members, players and parents are welcome.

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Ballinger new leader at Sunbury


Craig Ballinger will lead Sunbury on the field as the club makes the move to the Victorian Turf Cricket Association.

The wicketkeeper-batsman, who returned to the Roar last season, was announced as coach last week.

Ballinger said he had been thinking about coaching for a little while and decided the timing was right.

Ballinger will be in his third season at Sunbury. He has also spent time at Ashfield and Riddell.

“I worked with [coach] Brad [Hunter] last year and I had knowledge of his intentions not to coach on,” Ballinger said.

“The club sought out what my intentions might have been and I put in an application.

“We both did our due diligence. Being in the later stages of my career, the time was right.”

Ballinger, who will continue to play, said having been part of the Sunbury line-up last year, he has full knowledge of the direction the club wants to take.

He said they didn’t have to start from scratch again, which may have happened with a new coach.

“I want to keep up the good work that he [Brad] did,” he said.

“We’re building a culture and developing the young talent. We want to keep bringing through the kids, it’s one thing Brad emphasised.

“We want the young guys to transition into senior cricket.”

As revealed by Star Weekly, the Roar is moving its top two teams from the Gisborne and District Cricket Association to the VTCA from next season.

The move, which was announced earlier this month, has already had a big reaction.

Ballinger said he had already had people contact him to discuss coming across to the club.

“There’s a lot of excitement, which cricket has been lacking the last few years,” he said.

“A lot of adults are ecstatic to play on turf. Some have never played on turf.

“It’s really good for Sunbury and the broader Sunbury community itself, to have somewhere to play on turf.”

Roar president Brendan Doyle said Ballinger was a good appointment and understood the direction the club was going.

“He’s not only a talented cricketer, but he is a teacher of the game.

“He’s proactive in teaching techniques and he knows how to handle the pressure of senior cricket.”

Doyle said the club was hoping to announce it’s first women’s coach in the coming weeks.

Article courtesy Tara Murray, Star Weekly.

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