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SCC “Last man standing” draw this Sunday!


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End of season  – “Last man standing” draw

Sunbury Cricket Club is holding it’s “Last man standing” draw on this coming Sunday the 1st of March.

This promises to be an awesome afternoon out with a chance of picking up the major prize of $2000 for the “Last man standing”as well as the chance of winning spot prizes such as sports memorabilia.

This is our clubs major fund raiser for the season so show your support and make sure you grab yourself a ticket. Senior players, supporters, sponsors and parents of Juniors alike.  Our club supports Junior programs and equipment through fund raising such as this. Tickets are limited so don’t miss out, just $50 a ticket.

The draw will be held at Sunbury Football Social Club (Clarke Oval) between  1.00pm to 4.00pm and includes free drinks and finger food.

If you can’t make it to the draw just buy a ticket and in the event you pick up a prize we will contact you. Don’t forget the $2000 prize money, so get in now and don’t miss out.

Tickets are available from Travis Botten 0417 101 595,  other members of the club or by simply contacting us on email here: Sunbury Cricket Club contact.

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Click on the link for more information about the Good Sports program.

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Senior cricket – Preseason training schedule


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Yes, it’s that time of the year again. I know you could hardly wait so here it is, training starts this Sunday at Sunbury Indoor Sports 9.00am. New coach Ray Davis would like to see as many numbers at training as possible to start off the new season. There will be a few changes to take the club to the next level, building on the platform Jason has provided in the past two seasons.

Get in touch with your team mates and invite any of your friends that would like to join us, the more the merrier.

Preseason training :

Attire:  White shirt, blue shorts, white socks

Sundays commencing 3rd August – 9.00am to 11am

Wednesdays commencing 6th August – 5.00pm to 7.00pm

At Sunbury Indoor Sports cost:   $5 per session.

Hopefully there will be the occasion where training can be moved to Clarke Oval due to weather / light conditions.

A training camp will be held at the end of August, date and time TBC.

Commencing 23rd September training will be held on a Tuesday and Thursday night from 5.30pm – 7.30pm at Clarke Oval.

Grab your cricket gear out of the shed, give your bat a lick of linseed oil and head down to training next Sunday.

Phil Sewell Golf Day


Phil Sewell Golf Day  26 April 2013

Phil Sewell 

The call went out to the Sunbury sporting community in response to an unfortunate incident where Phil Sewell was tragically hit by a car leaving him with life threatening injuries. Presently Phil is slowly recovering from his injuries and is experiencing complications but has a positive long term outlook. Current day members and former team mates of Phil from both Sunbury Cricket Club and Sunbury Football Club joined forces together with family and friends to hold a fund raising day to help Phil through this difficult time.

Goonawarra Golf Club offered the use of their course and bbq facilities to host a fund raising event. A 4 member per team Ambrose competition with a total of 14 teams teed off in pleasant conditions and in good humour. There was a good spread of golfers of all levels and ages, all willing participants ready to contribute to this worthy cause.

Outright winners on the day : Patty Morganti, Dean Surkitt, Rhino and Peter Hickey

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Longest drive: Darryl Taylor     Nearest the pin: Ryan Charity

Fund raising activities on the day included a drinks truck delivering drinks to thirsty golfers during their round. Fines were imposed for misdemeanors such as air swings, not making the ladies tee, hitting a ball in the water and falling into a bunker! (nice one Uma)   At the club house a bbq was on offer, a raffle and silent auction was held. Contributions through the green fees and donations for the raffles and auctions all combined to make the day a huge success.

Phil’s father Greg Sewell addressed the gathering and expressed many thanks on behalf of Phil and his family for the support as he continues his recovery. Many thanks also go to the organising committee and those who helped out on the day and also to the management and staff of Goonawarra Golf Club for their assistance and use of facilities.