Proposed Net Sessions at SYDNEY UNIVERSITY
Sun 21 Aug @ 3-5pm
Sun 28 Aug @ 3-5pm
Sun 4 Sep @ 3-5pm
Sun 11 Sep @ 3-5pm
Wed 21 Sep @ 7.30-9.30pm
Wed 28 Sep @ 7.30-9.30pm
Anyone interested to contact Mike Weaver on 0402 083 786 (Mob)
Monday September 5: C.C.N.S.W. “First Monday of the Month” lunch at (the no...
Dates: January 26 - 30, 2017.
Details: 2 - 3 matches to be played in the Nelson area, over the 2017 Australia Day long weekend.
Contact Rodger Robertson for any further information at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Dates: July 15th - August 7th 2017
Details: 3-4 ...
Membership nos: The Cricketers' Club of New South Wales has approximately 100 active cricketers. The Club also has a golf section. Of these 100 players, approximately 25 members play for the Club on Saturdays, and another 75 on Sundays and in mid-week games.
C&S Competition: In the City and Suburban competition on Saturday afternoons, the Club plays about 24 matches a season. These are generally a...
(Based on an article by award-winning cricket writer Jack Pollard)
The idea of forming a club for Sydney cricketers was first raised in 1894 when it was suggested that the New South Wales Cricket Association combine with the controlling bodies in cycling, swimming, rugby and athletics to form a sports club. Nothing came of the notion but in 1896 the NSWCA set up a sub-committee to inquire into th...
“True to the Blue”
New South Wales-Why the name?
Originally part of “New Holland”, It became known as “New South Wales” after Cook's exploration in 1770 of the east coast of what was then called “New Holland” and is now called “Australia”. Whether Cook personally at the time called it New South Wales, and if so, why, is still a subject of doubt and scholarly speculation. Possibly Cook originally cal...