Hobart and Launceston Tour 1-9 October 2022
The 2021 Tour to Tasmania has been postponed a year due to the coronavirus pandemic and is intended to be reorganized for October 2022. More information will become available over the next few months.
Mount Wellington, Tasmania
The cancelled (by Covid) Australia Day tour has now been reorganized for 1-9 October. 4 games have been confirmed 2 near Hobart on artificial wickets and two games in Launceston on turf wickets. The Club has so far received $300 deposits from 16 players and one umpire –The current player list is: Raj Anand (2), Greg Ballarino (2), Harry Bridge (2), John Fish, Craig Fletcher (2), Jim Hadley (2), Peter Harrison (2), Soren Hughes, (+ Roman Hughes), Tom Robertson, Peter Rolls, Joseph Scarcella, Martin Speiser (2), Mike Tarrant,, Dan Turner, Scott Wells (2). and Ken Yardy. Jed Wesley-Smith is coming as umpire. Anand, Harrison and Yardy are coming only to Hobart and Speiser only to Launceston
We have organized a team bus. A draft itinerary has been developed as follows, although subject to change:-
Fri 1 October
Sat 2 October
Sun 3 October
Game 1 in Kettering ^
Last Over XI (ACS)
Mon 4 October
Morning: Mt Field National Park
Mon 4 October
Afternoon: Bellerive Oval
Mon 4 October
Evening: Bellerive Oval
ACS meeting and dinner
Tues 5 October
Game 2 in Richmond ^
Southern Veterans XI
Weds 6 October
Game 3 in Ross (turf)
Northern Veterans XI
Thurs 7 October
Launceston – at leisure
Fri 8 October
Game 4 in Launceston
The Twilighters XI
Fri 8 October
Evening: End of tour dinner
Sat 9 October
Accommodation has been reserved the Hobart City apartments in the centre of the city’s vibrant restaurant, entertainment and shopping precinct. at 80 Elizabeth Street, Hobart. (03) 6240 5585 www.hobartcityapartmenthotel.com for 5 nights Friday 1 October-Tuesday 5 October (Depart on Weds 6 October) and in Launceston at the Country Club Tasmania, 10 Casino Rise, Prospect Vale, TAS, 7250. (03) 6335 5777 and (Free call) 1800 635 344: www.countryclubtasmania.com.au for 3 nights Wednesday 6 October –Friday 8 October (Depart on Sat 9 October).
Deposits of $300 are required to cover bus transport, tour casual polo and cap (including select airport transfers) and match costs. Accommodation deposits will be separately required to lock in bookings and the remainder paid by tourists on check out. Flights will also be self organised and funded. At this stage there is still room for one or two more players; contact Soren Hughes (v/c C&S): Hobarttour@ccnsw.com
“Tour 2020”: Corfu-Croatia and Slovenia – Postponed
The 2020 Tour to Corfu-Croatia and Slovenia has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. More information will become available over the next few months.
Photo of Corfu
Photo of the Island of Vis
The immediate response by Club members to this proposed tour has been extremely positive. We already have $900 deposits from 20 people (12 long standing C.C.N.S.W. players) to secure their place on the tour: Rob Bevilacqua (2), John Fish, David Jones (2) Steve Kish (2), Bruce Pendlebury (2), Tom Robertson, Matt Russell , Nick Saady, Dave Stewart (2), John Wise (2), Trevor Worland (2), and Ken Yardy (2).
We probably only have room for 4-5 more players. We want to give priority to all current C.C.N.S.W. members in particular those playing regularly for our C&S/Masters/Classics/Vintage/ LMS sides.
We want to give priority to all current C.C.N.S.W. members in particular those playing regularly for our C&S/Masters/Classics/Vintage/ LMS sides.
Will any member interested contact Ken Yardy Tours@ccnsw.com.
Tour information is listed here:
Destinations: Greece (Corfu) – Croatia – Slovenia
Dates: 20 days approx in September 2021 (not including flight time to/from Australia)
Cost: At current exchange rates, approx $4500 pp (twin share/double) not including flights to/from Australia
Costs for the tour include internal flight from Corfu to Athens and international flight to Croatia. These costs also include all hotel accommodation in Corfu, Croatia and Slovenia, breakfast in all hotels, all transfers and costs of sightseeing tours in Dubrovnik, Split, Zagreb and Ljubljana, a day in Lake Bled,and wine tasting on the Peljesac Peninsula.
Cricket: 8 games in 20 days: 3 in Corfu; 1 in Croatia and 3 in Slovenia
Corfu: 8 days: see https://cricketcorfu.com/index.html
Croatia: 4 days Dubrovnik – Split –island of Vis
1 game of cricket on island of Vis: see www.viscricket.com/history
Slovenia: 8 days Zagreb-Mežica- Ljubljana
3 games proposed: – see www.cricketslovenia.com/
1 game of cricket in Mežicaon
2 games of cricket in Ljubljana
End of Tour – departure from Ljubljana.
Tour of Christchurch January 2018
Game at Akoroa
Back row (l to r): Michael Watson, Sam Barrington-Smith,Raj Anand, John Wise, Anthony Watson
Middle row: Ken Yardy (Mgr).Jim Morrison, Beau Yardy, Pat Hogan, John Jackson
Front row: Peter Harrison, Simon Muggeridge, Ross Dalgleish, Edward Robertson, Soren Hughes
Seated: Tom Robertson (c) Craig Fletcher
Tour of Canada and the US 2015
C.C.N.S.W. 2015 Tour party outside The White House
Back Row: – Bruce Coppock, John Fish, William Stonehouse, Tom Robertson, Rob Bevilacqua, Bruce Pendlebury, Alison Pendlebury (Scorer), Brian Gream.
Front row: – Scott McCallum, Ken Yardy (Tour Manager), Lachlan Stonehouse, Steve Kish, John Wise, Matthew McCallum, James Morrison .
Absent: – Paul Moorhouse, Antony Wood, Dennis Cameron, Dave Stewart.
All Past Tours
The Sri Lanka Tour in 2019 was the Club’s 35th overseas tour in the past 31 years (plus five other separate tours to Cairns, Lord Howe Island, Norfolk Island, Perth and Tasmania):
- 1989 Fiji
- 1991 Asia, involving matches in Hong Kong, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Johore Bahru & Singapore
- 1992 Christchurch, New Zealand
- 1993 Christchurch, New Zealand
- 1993 North America-Canada and U.S.A.
- 1994 Malaysia and Singapore
- 1995 Auckland, New Zealand
- 1996 Barbados/Trinidad
- 1997 England
- 1998 Norfolk Island
- 1999 Lord Howe
- 1999 South Africa
- 2000 Vanuatu
- 2001 Bali
- 2002 Kenya
- 2003 Sri Lanka
- 2004 Cook Islands (Easter)
- 2004 Cairns (July) (not overseas)
- 2005 England
- 2006 Samoa
- 2007 New Zealand (Wellington and environs) – January
- 2007 South Africa – September-October
- 2008 Hawaii
- 2009 India
- 2009 Paris-Dublin-England
- 2010 Italy
- 2011 Caribbean
- 2012 South America (Argentina and Chile and Peru)
- 2013 Amsterdam-England-Malta
- 2014 South East Asia
- January 2015 Wellington, New Zealand
- 2015 East Coast of Canada & North America
- January 2016 Queenstown, New Zealand
- January 2017 Nelson, New Zealand
- 2017 Scotland & England
- January 2018 Christchurch, New Zealand
- January 2019 Auckland, New Zealand
- Easter 2019 Sri Lanka
- January 2020 Perth, Western Australia