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Vote Count results – Season 2013/14


 

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Sunbury Cricket Club Vote Count results – Season 2013/14

 

The annual Sunbury Cricket Club Best and Fairest Vote Count night was held last Saturday night at Sunbury Indoor Sports. This involved a breif recount of all matches of season 2013/14 followed by the 3, 2 and 1 votes adjudged by opposition captains and senoir SCC officials. It was an evening full of anticipation as all except the McIntyre grade went all the way down to the last round with three or more possible winners. Highlight of the night was young Dylan Douglas winning by a narrow margin from his father Dom to take out the 3rd XI Best and Fairest award.

Congratulations to all winners and we look forward to SCC Presentation night to present the awards.

Presentation night  at Sunbury Bowling Club Thursday, 24th April 2014. (night before Anzac day)

Dress: Red carpet..tie and jacket.  Dinner : 2 course meal. Special guest host, entertainment and cost TBC.

4th XI – Player Votes   3rd XI – Player Votes   2nd XI – Player Votes   1st XI – Player Votes
Adam Kirk 9   Dylan Douglas 14   Jake Stirling 12   Jason McGann 25
Steve Osborne 8   Dom Douglas 12   Cameron Pearson 11   Heath Boffey 12
Kyle Corcoran 8   Bryce Williamson 11   Patrick Tyler 10   Stephen Treweek 11
Marten Kelders 7   Jason Inglis 6   Daniel Kosinski 9   Paul Webber 9
Dan Boyd 6   Jack Landt 6   Craig Gardiner 9   Ray Davis 9
Michael Corcoran 5   Shayne Lewis 4   Stewart Robertson 7   Jacob Brewer 7
Alex Bonacci 5   Dylan Landt 4   Travis Botten 5   Brad Hunter 6
Jason Inglis 3   Matthew Bonacci 3   Dean Johnson 4   Michael Treweek 2
Ian Johnson 3   Dave Thomas 3   Sam Fisher 3   Mat Botten 1
Jim Pearson 2   Nathan Marshall 3   Michael Treweek 3   Damian Lake 1
Mitch Boyd 2   Lee Sacco 3   Dave Thomas 3   Kel McInnes 1
Jordyn Pearson 1   Michael Prewer 3   Brenton Pearson 2      
Jake Botten 1   Ian Johnson 3   Dylan Landt 2      
      Dylan Gardiner 2   Jason Inglis 1      
      Shannon Cooke 2   Brock Landt 1      
      Dean Marshall 2   Nathan Marshall 1      
      Macleod Seyman 2            

 

 

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Senior Cricket Important dates – Season 2013/14 (V2)


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Senior Cricket  – Important dates Season 2013/14  (V2)

To inform senior members of a few important dates of club functions as we enter the run towards the finals.

Vote Count Night  at Sunbury Indoor Cricket Centre Saturday, 8th March 2014 (the night after the last h/a fixture) from 7.30pm to late.

End of season trip Weekend 12th of April 2014, destination Echuca. Get together with your mates and sort out who you are able to share a room with. See Heath Boffey for bookings.

Presentation night  at Sunbury Bowling Club Thursday, 24th April 2014. (night before Anzac day) Dress: Red carpet..tie and jacket.  Dinner : 2 course meal. Special guest host, entertainment and cost TBC.

By popular demand I’m resending an article from a previous newsletter…..

To finish off I just want to share a little xmas story.

The past few xmases I have been given a Jamie Oliver recipe book, which is great.  His recipes are easy to follow, a little funky and tasty..I like it. The recipe books sit in the kitchen ready to use at any time. You’re thinking what has this got to do with cricket??  A recipe for a tasty meal is a constant, ingredients prepared in a certain way, each time you are guaranteed the same result every time you follow it to the letter. Same in cricket!!! Follow the same principles each time during the season and the same result will occur.

Lets think about a recipe for success for a cricket team.

  • A pre-season training program covering all elements, batting, bowling and fielding.
  • Listening and taking on board tips from the coaches and experienced players.
  • Thinking about where you need to improve your game. Set yourself goals e.g. number of total runs / wickets per season, go up a grade, makes the finals, win a flag!
  • Make a committment, make sacrifices and maybe do a little extra training with your mates or by doing a little extra fitness work.
  • Every now and then help out around the club and on game day by setting up or packing away.
  • Play with a mindset of following team plans, your role in the team or whats required in the situation of the game.
  • Practice regularly, work towards improving your game and be a good team-mate and clubman.
  • Prepare the night before, focus on game day, be positive, be confident and play to win!
  • Enjoy being around the club, go to club functions, go to country week with a few mates and most of all enjoy your self, have a laugh.

Do I need to go on?

I learned the recipe for success from former leaders of our club including my first A Grade Captain Max Harding(1981),  Richard Lee and  Neil White. The current leaders of our club have all tasted success and know the recipe for success. Jason, Brad and John Marshall have all played in many premiership winning teams, are all familiar with the recipe for success and of what success tastes like.

If you want to taste success yourself all you have to do is follow the recipe, it’s up to you.

Yours in cricket,

Marty Kelders

SCC Secretary

SCC Senior teams to wear black arm bands as a mark of respect and support


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The Sunbury Cricket Club Executive have decided to support the initiative by Cricket Victoria for all SCC senior grades competing this week to wear black arm bands as a mark of respect for the tragic circumstances during the week at Tyabb Cricket Club and to recognise the efforts to address domestic violence and related mental health problems in the community.

Yours in cricket,

Marty Kelders

SCC Secretary

Message from Cricket Victoria Chief Executive Officer Tony Dodemaide:

Cricket Victoria will call on its members to show their support to the family and friends of Luke Batty and the Tyabb Cricket Club on the weekend by wearing black arm bands as a mark of respect.

Earlier this week, the cricket community lost one of its youngest members following the tragic death of the 11-year-old.

Cricket Victoria Chief Executive Officer Tony Dodemaide said he was heartened by the decision of the Australian Test team to wear black arm bands in South Africa overnight and encouraged the remainder of the cricket community to do likewise in their next fixtures.

“We are all shocked and saddened by the tragic circumstances that unfolded in Tyabb this week,” Mr Dodemaide said.

“We believe that this request is a fitting tribute to the memory of Luke Batty and a sign of respect to the Tyabb Cricket Club.”

Supported by Vicsport, the peak body representing Victoria’s sport and active recreation sector, the broader sporting community will also be encouraged to participate.

“The black arm bands will not only signify support for those directly affected by the dreadful incident in Tyabb, but will also show the sporting community’s recognition and support of efforts to address domestic violence and related mental health problems in the community,” Vicsport Chief Executive Officer Mark McAllion said.

The Commonwealth Bank VicSpirit will wear black arm bands in the WNCL Final against New South Wales at North Sydney Oval on Sunday.

Those experiencing issues related to domestic violence and mental health are strongly encouraged to contact Lifeline on 13 11 14.

*Individual clubs should make case-by-case decisions as to whether this request extends to junior teams and participants, particularly those under 16 year old. Appropriate age levels should be taken into account with any decision to participate by wearing black arm bands.

The Comedy Club night 22nd Feb 2014


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Sunbury Cricket Club – The Comedy Club night

22nd February 2014

For great nights entertainment and fun night out, SCC are going to The Comedy Club.  This function is open to all members of Sunbury Cricket Club including parents of Junior players. There are only a limited number of seats available so get in quick.

No need to worry about who is going to drive, just jump on the bus, sit back and  a let one of our sponsors Sunbury Coaches take us in comfort. The evening consists of 3 comedy acts and a 3 coarse meal. This is an adult entertainment night so you must be over 18 years of age to attend.

Featuring comedians: Peter Hellier (Straunie), Ellen Briggs and Darren Sanders

http://www.thecomedyclub.com.au/whats_on_upstairs_%28ath%29.html#a

So pass the word around and make sure to put your name down early to book your seat!

When                   22nd February     Bus leaves Clarke Oval at 7.00 pm sharp  you snooze, you loose!)

Where                The Comedy Club,  Athenaeum Theatre,  Collins Street,  Melbourne

Cost                      A $20 per person deposit is required no later than this Tuesday night 4th February

Total:                  $40 per person    (includes Bus, entertainment and 3 course meal)

Contact Scotty or Shayne – we need your $20 deposit by no later than this Tuesday night 4th February

Yours in cricket,

Marty Kelders

SCC Secretary

Sunbury Cricket Club Past Players Day season 2013/14


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“It’s not whether you win or lose, it’s how many people remember you after you retire from the game.”

Sunbury Cricket Club Past Players Day season 2013/14.

All Past Players are invited to watch the 2nd day of the “top of the McIntyre grade” clash between Sunbury and Riddell, Saturday 22nd February 2014 and to join the club during the normal after match activities with one big change, now we are based at the Sunbury Bowling Club. Please send the message out to all your SCC team mates.

So come along watch the our current team of future stars led by Capt/Coach Jason McGann, check out the Bowling club facilities while reliving past glories.

Cheers, yours in cricket

Marty Kelders

SCC Secretary

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Senior Cricket Newsletter #2 Season 2013/14


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Senior Cricket Newsletter #2 Season 2013/14, 10th January, 2014

To inform senior members of a few changes around the club as we enter the run towards the finals.

  • Game day at Clarke Oval will be based in the McMahon Pavillion. The change rooms and grand stand will be used again (no tents to set up / pack away!). Afternoon tea will be served in the large room in the Pavillion. All after match drinks will be at the Bowling Club. Please, it’s a team effort to get things set up on game day.
  • Marking out of the Clarke Oval boundary. We need to be more consistent when marking out the boundary lines. A string line will be used to mark out the boundary square of the wicket and the football boundary line will be used straight from the wicket.
  • Selection has been difficult with many unavailable due to the holiday season. Please consider your position in your team and the teams performance when booking holidays. As there is only 5 games to go (4 games for G grade) each game is vital for all teams. We need to strengthen ladder positions as much as we can to ensure the best possible chance coming into finals. This is important for all grades.
  • Same goes for those who haven’t paid their subs, players are missing out on selection this weekend and a possible finals berth because they are unfinancial. So many guys are coming up to us last night asking for leniency. Well guys, it’s disappointing when you have had since September to so. The Committee is working as hard as ever to make improvements for it’s members as we work through the difficult times of the past few years. Our objective has been via the move to the Bowling Club and through Social functions, Sponsorship  etc. is that we could hold a stronger financial position at the end of this season so we can explore reducing subscription levels across the board for next season and making other capital expenditure. We can only do this if we can meet our expenses for this year.  Team effort required please.
  • There has been some really positive news coming from selection this season regarding the debut Mc’s  game for Nathan Marshall and again last night Dylan Landt being presented his “1st XI Royal Blue cap” by Capt / Coach Jason McGann. The future of our 1st XI looks bright with strong showings from Michael and Steven Treweek this season and Jack Landt now being joined by his brother Dylan for this weeks match.
  • To finish off I just want to share a little xmas story. The past few xmases I have been given a Jamie Oliver recipe book, which is great.  His recipes are easy to follow, a little funky and tasty..I like it. The recipe books sit in the kitchen ready to use at any time. You’re thinking what has this got to do with cricket??  A recipe for a tasty meal is a constant, ingredients prepared in a certain way, each time you are guaranteed the same result every time you follow it to the letter. Same in cricket!!! Follow the same principles each time during the season and the same result will occur.

Lets think about a recipe for success for a cricket team.

  • A pre-season training program covering all elements, batting, bowling and fielding.
  • Listening and taking on board tips from the coaches and experienced players.
  • Thinking about where you need to improve your game. Set yourself goals e.g. number of total runs / wickets per season, go up a grade, makes the finals, win a flag!
  • Make a committment, make sacrifices and maybe do a little extra training with your mates or by doing a little extra fitness work.
  • Every now and then help out around the club and on game day by setting up or packing away.
  • Play with a mindset of following team plans, your role in the team or whats required in the situation of the game.
  • Practice regularly, work towards improving your game and be a good team-mate and clubman.
  • Prepare the night before, focus on game day, be positive, be confident and play to win!
  • Enjoy being around the club, go to club functions, go to country week with a few mates and most of all enjoy your self, have a laugh.

Do I need to go on?

I learned the recipe for success from former leaders of our club including my first A Grade Captain Max Harding(1981),  Richard Lee and  Neil White. The current leaders of our club have all tasted success and know the recipe for success. Jason, Brad and John Marshall have all played in many premiership winning teams, are all familiar with the recipe for success and of what success tastes like.

If you want to taste success yourself all you have to do is follow the recipe, it’s up to you.

Yours in cricket,

Marty Kelders

SCC Secretary

Sunbury Cricket Club Newsletter Season 2013/14 #1


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 Sunbury Cricket Club Newsletter Season 2013/14 – #1

This is the first newsletter for season 2013/14. It is expected we will be able to provide Newsletters on a monthly basis. The content will include club news, important dates, player profiles, up coming functions and articles of our teams performance.

We welcome any one who would like to contribute by simply submitting articles of a cricketing nature or reporting on their teams performance, whats better  than reports coming from the players themselves? Since the season is yet to start it is important to report on what has been happening in preparation for 2013/14.

Read more:    Sunbury Cricket Club Newsletter Season 2013/14 – #1