City and Suburban

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Latest Results on MyCricket

Fixtures 2017-2018
C&S Contact List 2017-2018

The City and Suburban Association commenced in 1903 and celebrated its Centenary in 2003. The Association currently comprises 23 Clubs:- Balmain-South Sydney Rangers, Barker College Old Boys, Beavers, Colleagues, C.C.N.S.W., Hunters Hill, I Zingari (Australia)*, King’s School Old Boys, Knox Old Boys, Nondescripts*, Old Aloysians, Old Cranbrookians , Old Sydneians, Paddington, Radio Physics, Reg Bartley XI, St George Veterans, Scots Old Boys, Sydney University Veterans*, Wyvern, Yaralla* and Primary Club. (* means Foundation Club in 1903)
In the 2016-2017 season only 18 teams played. King’s Old Boys, Paddington, Radio Physics, Wyvern and Primary Club did not enter teams last season.
Almost all games are played on turf wickets.
The Cricketers’ Club of New South Wales home ground is the very attractive tree lined ground at Camperdown Park in Mallett Street, Camperdown. The ground has full facilities including covers, sightscreens a supersopper, and a new pavilion opened in March 2017, which includes a canteen, change rooms and showers. Adjoining the ground on one side is a café and on the other side a new licensed restaurant called “Camperdown Greens”.
The Club is keen to attract new younger players. Persons wishing to play for C.C.N.S.W. in City and Suburban games should contact Captain Ed Smith e.smith@sport.usyd.edu.au on 0413 833 426 (Mob) or the vice-Captain Tom Robertson tom.robertson@gmail.com or 0410 818 528 (Mob). Pre-season nets commence in September.

Matches are generally played on Saturday afternoons although some are played on Sundays. All are on turf wickets with 4-piece balls commencing at 1.30pm and are generally 35 overs p side.
There is no overall league and points are not awarded in the C&S “Competition” in non Jack Pace Shield games but. there is a five round pre-Christmas league where the eight leading teams progress into a three round knock-out competition after Christmas for the “Jack Pace Memorial Shield”. C.C.N.S.W. has won The Shield four times but lost in the quarter finals last season.
Details of the results of all games played by all teams in the Competition are posted on the MyCricket NSW C&S web site.