and this was made with a view to inclusion for season 1973/74. 4th XI: (3; Jamie Barnett 2005/06, Chris O'Brien 2008/9, Sam Wade 2012/13), Future Star Award: Social life was not forgotten, as a Banquet and Concert followed the match against Albert Park.
His son Ken carried on this tradition, and remains a staunch supporter.
Now for the bad news - Ringwood did not win any flags this year - the first miss in ten years.
Batting stars this season included Russ Arbuckle, Val Morphett, Ralph Cousins, Robin Close (better known as a top Essendon footballer) and not forgetting N. Washfold and Perry Kaighin who also contributed. We had previously made application for admission to Sub District Ranks and as this was granted to take effect from the start of 1964/65 season, one could sense the eagerness which preceded the start of this season. Home of the East Ringwood Cricket Club and the website for all players and supporters of the ercc. What was his lucky number we wonder? They also became the first side to win back to back premierships with the same team (same 11 in both years). Moon 8/16, R. Foster 7/28.
* In this match, as well as getting 9/21, RINGWOOD 442 (Milne 117).
Most of the towns business activity took place in this area. It happened on October 13th 1967, and David a most attractive & stylish batsman in full flight got 129. The only premiership for the year came from the clubs junior section with the U14 side, managed by Ralph Cousins led all the way to take the flag with only one loss for the season.
In the following year this number increased to 35.
GRADE: V. Morphett, W. Connell, M. Connell, R. Wray, H. Munro, I. No major honors came our way this season, although 'C' grade matting finished 2nd and Barry Carrington won the competition bowling trophy for this division. membership. Bill, Jack and Vin Orr all represented Ringwood at Cricket with Vin becoming a very successful wicketkeeper. Match reports for the season show that Godfrey and Knox were excellent batsmen while Smith in one game had the great figures of 10/56. I hope the next pages can fully do justice to them. In actual play, the losing of the toss really sealed our fate as Keith Stackpole and his strong batting team decided on a slow occupancy of the crease, and aided by weather interruption, and an antiquated V.C.A. Always thought Mick was a tremendous batsman, but those figures make him an all-rounder. We entered 2 turf teams while 2 matting sides remained in R.D.C.A. One 1,999 candlepower lamp was located at Ringwood Station, while Whitehorse Road was lit at four places. Only 32 teams took part this season, no doubt the war was starting to affect the manpower situation.
J.W.Manson, M.L.A. that elusive 'A' Grade Premiership come our way. Paul Newton gained a place in the Victorian schoolboy team to tour New Zealand while Brett Leach was choosen to captain the Victorian Under 16 team at the Perth Carnival.
Dennis Drew and Peter Gardiner were proving to be solid opening batsmen and Dennis got 76 in the first match. Back to Leo, perhaps he hoped we would not say any more about his sterling service to this Club or about the countless times he kept the clubrooms in spotless condition aided and abetted by Phil Burgess of whom more shall be heard. Jim came from VCA club Northcote and was a team mate of the legendary Bill Lawry, and as you follow his record through the years it can be easily understood why it was a lucky day for us when he decided to join. What they didn’t count on was the skill and resolve of openers Jack Kirby and Ron Tomlinson who were able to add 70 without loss on the first day. G. Lindsay won the Association Batting Average at 45.8.
Leo would probably say that there never was a time when he wasn't. Among the not-so-successful teams, Chris King and Graham O'Donnell scored a record 1st wicket partnership of 106 against Elsternwick on Nov. 3rd 1973. Some of our outstanding juniors were Terry Cahill, Neil Clarke, Paul Kirby, Kevin Hayward and Peter Fielding (good cricket name) and some of these lads went on to higher things even if it was with another sport with both Terry Cahill & Neil Clarke acquitting themselves in the VFL with Neil also a very accomplished district 1st X1 cricketer with the club.
This fate was shared by 'C' grade. Wills for their kind donation although there is some doubt as whether Wills are aware of the donation. A fighting last wicket stand between Gary Walton and Tony Box added 30 before Ormond took the flag by 23 runs.
While he would be the last to agree there is little doubt that the "Myerscough" guidance and skill played a major part in the victory and history will show that many of these lads gained enormously from Jim’s guidance and would go on to outstanding individual successes with the club.
and 103 N.0., R. Spencer 95, J. Milne 84, J. One could imagine Association Delegates, D. Strahan and D. Lindsay making sure that our interests were well looked after at meetings.
Later Lillydale Council took over the land and completed the payments under the following conditions: (a) Land to be used only as a Park, (b) No intoxicating liquor to be consumed on the premises, The Ringwood Mail now cost 3d.
In August, 1966, we received the good news that Ringwood had been admitted to full Sub-District membership. Another milestone in Ringwood’s history was the unveiling of the War Memorial Clock Tower in August 1928.
You can be sure there was no way they could have got there without him. No doubt one of the most sensational events in the history of the district was the referendum on the subject of Non-Commercial Sunday Sport on Council property between 1pm.
No doubt inspired by their entry, Ringwood Club representatives, Messrs. Hawn & Pratt waited on Lilydale Council in order to get the Reserve fenced.
In one match against Churches team, apart from Allen's 158, Frank Pollard got 75, Jack Knox 65, Clem Walden 47 and Jack Goodall 52.
The Ringwood Cricket Club is a cricket club based in Ringwood, in the outer eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia. Two councilors were also the clubs vice presidents. J. In senior competition, Division 1 is known as the Lindsay Trollope Shield, Division 2 as the Wilkins Cup and Division 3 as the Newey Plate. She has over 95 games of Premier Cricket under her belt in Perth and in 2019/20 was part of the South Perth side that won the 1st XI flag. MOON 8/29. It came about that the St Kilda football club had a practice match the following day and wanted to ensure that the ground was soft for the match. Ryder Medals: Losing the toss we had to endure the most appalling conditions and fortunately for us Peter was decidedly angry at being asked to field in these conditions. In addition we note that the names O.J.Pratt, A. Lindsay & R. Wilkins have also obtained life memberships.
He really believed in a high standard of physical fitness, and his pre season training methods would have come as a great shock to many players who were probably only used to "two laps and a few drinks" type of conditioning. teams had been striding to do for years. It is now history that they succeeded and to prove that there is truth in the saying "old dog for a hard road" Jim picked up a hat-trick during the proceedings.
In 1921 a Mail Service was in full swing, being a twice-daily run from Melbourne. 103, S. Cope 84 and D. Strahan 9/32. He scored 1220 runs for the season at a healthy 152.50 average, and also took 46 wickets at 17.20. Leo also would not want me to mention how in the very early years, he personally ploughed a furrow to form the boundary around the ground. What more can be said? Two possible reasons are advanced for this result. We are also proud of the culture of friendship we foster and the warm inclusion of families who wish to become part of our community. This year the financials of the club show a turnover of over $5500:00 returning a profit in excess of $500. It should be recalled here that the playing area was much smaller in those days, as it wasn't until 1933 that the ground was widened to meet the needs of the football club. MyCricket … It is appropriate that we let the Ringwood Mail sum up some of this mans finer points: "In any public movement, O.J. On the bowling side we proved we were still a force to be reckoned with. and re-enter 3 senior and one junior team in the R..D.C.A. Five batsmen made over 250 runs with outstanding performances from Peter Sarre (344) and Bill Shaw (322 including 1 century), Alby Hunter followed his wickets with 279 runs to prove an outstanding allround performance from the captain. and Cr J.McCrae were the clubs patrons during this period. As a "sunset" bowler – for the ignorant that is one who can only achieve a wicket when the setting sun is shining directly in the batsman's eyes - I did get my only hat trick in a social match. Back at the ground, fully refreshed and invigorated by a sumptuous lunch the 3 were confronted by Alby who lay down the law if failure occurred. This team would be the most professional one I have ever been associated with and perhaps we should list them here and give a bit more background. The club has also won various other premierships in the Ringwood & District Cricket Association, Victorian Sub-District Cricket Association and Eastern Cricket Association (formerly Eastern Suburbs Cricket Association). Juniors.
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