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Some off-season watercolour dabbling from Ian Henshaw of the field at Camperdown looking across toward the RPA and the Anzac Memorial.

The Cricketers’ Club of New South Wales (www.ccnsw.com) plays on excellent turf wickets at the attractive tree lined ground at Camperdown Oval with a village green atmosphere just off Parramatta Road in Mallet Street.

For those who no longer have the time to play Grade or Shires or attend regular midweek practice, it offers: – Saturday and some Sunday all-age afternoon cricket in the City and Suburban Competition; Sunday over 40s and over 50s and over 60s cricket in the Sydney Masters Competition; Sunday and midweek social games and a midweek LMS eight a side T20 competition on Wednesday evenings in the summer and Sunday mornings over the winter; plus generally at least one overseas winter tour each year.

Contact the Club, c/o the Secretary Adrian Hawkes at secretary@ccnsw.com (Please note that no personal phone numbers or emails are shown on our website).

C.C.N.S.W. needs to recruit new players for all its teams, particularly younger players. The club also participates in a winter LMS competition, with information and fixtures on the LMS team page.

Stuart Mathlin Golf Day – Postponed

Played at St Michel’s Golf Course, tee off at 12 noon, Sunday 4th September 2022. Contact Mike Weaver at: masters@ccnsw.com if you want to play in this long established CCNSW annual golf day, named in honour of Stuart Mathlin . Max nos 16. Partners more than welcome.

Send $120  by EFT to The Commonwealth Bank in the name of  “The Cricketers’ Club of New South Wales Inc.” BSB: No 062 099; Account No: 10397665. Lunch available at the Club  before and dinner afterwards.

CCNSW players in the media

Our very own Brett James in Stump to Stump

CCNSW Annual Presentation

Saturday 23 July: CCNSW Annual Presentation Lunch $29 at the Royal Exhiition Hotel Chalmers Street, near Central. Book at:

https://www.trybooking.com/BZTPR

The presentations that will be made are:

Club Awards
1. John McDonald Medal:  TBA on the day
2. John Russell Medal: Toby Forbes
3. Masters: Jose Poothokaren
4. Classics: Paul Nash
5. Vintage: Greg Brooks
6. Last Man Stands: David Craig and Mick McGrath (shared)

Engraved Tankards
CITY AND SUBURBAN
Tankard for best batsman: Most Runs C&S games: Tom Robertson 239 runs @ 21.46      
Tankard for best bowler: Most wickets C&S games: Avinash Bhandari 12 wickets @ 14.58

MASTERS
Tankard for best batsman: Most Runs Masters games: Jason Kenn 69 runs @ 69.00
Tankard for best bowler: Most wickets Masters games: Jose Poothokaren 7 wickets @ 16.29                                                 

CLASSICS 
Tankard for best batsman: Most Runs Classics games: Paul Nash 143 @ 71.50
Tankard for best bowler: Most wickets Classics games: Mike Tarrant  8 wickets @ 21.73      

VINTAGE
Tankard for best batsman: Most Runs Vintage games: Peter Rolls 97 @ 32.33         
Tankard for best bowler: Most wickets Vintage games: Greg Brooks  9 wickets @ 8.11 

LAST MAN STANDS
Tankard for best batsman: Most Runs LMS games: James Bonkowski 166 runs  @  33.20
Tankard for best bowler: Most wickets LMS games: David Craig 8 wickets @ 21.50 and Jonathan Seifman  8 wickets @  20.38 (shared 2 tankards needed) 

Vale Alan Crompton

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