Malvern Cricket Club Inc A word from the President …….. David Lauritz
PO Box 29, Malvern Vic 3144 The most heartening feature of our off season has been our alignment with local junior
Ph: 9822 2221, ABN: 79 231 028 860 club St Johns,Central Park warriors. Malvern has historically struggled to maintain junior
Website - http://www.malvern.cricketvictoria.com.au teams and we are delighted to combine with a pre-eminent junior club in our local
region. The union sees Malvern provide training, coaching and social facilities for junior
cricketers whilst St John‟s will look after match day commitments.
At a recent registration day over 90 boys attended and we have registered seven teams –
2 under 15‟s, 2 Under 13‟s and 3 under 11‟s in the Southern District and Churches
League to play under the Malvern/Central park Warriors banner. Their early season
results can be found elsewhere in the Malvernian. Training sessions have been well
attended and we look forward to a long and fruitful association with St John‟s Cricket
Club. Like other clubs, our Have A Go program is expanding all the time and we
estimate that over 70 boys and girls will attend the sessions.
On the senior front we have lost last year‟s Championship winning Captain, David
Jakobi to Coburg and vice captain, Rick Cullinan to St Bernard‟s CC. We wish them
both well in their future endeavours.
We appointed long serving middle order batsman, Peter Dickson as captain of our 1st XI
with VSDCA representative Monto Perera as his deputy. Team of the Century nominee,
Warren Ladgrove returns from a two year sabbatical to captain the 2nds whilst Hamish
Duggan and Tin Brown retain their positions as captains of the 3rds and 4ths
The Malvernian Second XI player Rod Stingel has been appointed Coach and has impressed all with his
enthusiasm and organization. We couldn‟t be happier with Rod‟s contribution. Rod has
always expressed a strong desire to coach at a reasonable level and we are delighted to be
able to give him that opportunity. Rod has coached our RM Hatch XI for the past four
November 2005 years and we have had the added bonus of a number of junior cricketers that played
Hatch cricket under Rod‟s tutelage following him to Malvern to play their senior cricket.
At the time of writing, the 1sts and 2nds have started well with the 3rds and 4ths
frustrated by that October curse – rain!! Just as importantly we have hosted a successful
Past Players/Flag Unfurling afternoon with over 60 people attending. In addition, our
first social event, a Trivia Night was a roaring success with congratulations and thanks
going to organizers Ian and Sue Thorn and Brendan Mitchell and Maryanne Coffey.
The spirit and verve around the club at the moment is excellent. Let‟s hope that translates
in to a good year on the field.
A word from Chairman of Selectors …….. Iain Kiernan
As is common we've had little cricket in the first four weeks of the season. The soggy
start is particularly frustrating given the very high level of interest in cricket.
last Past Players match he said that he was just starting to get over it. He has the
That said, new coach Rod Stingel has made an excellent start to the cricket year with a scar to prove it too.
well run and very enthusiastic pre-season program. This combined with retention of
players right through the XI's, the return of some old friends and many new starters has - Hat tricks are a tradition in the Allen family. Doug and Warren‟s grandfather
us very competitively placed for selection. Overall the selectors have a very good Clarrie claimed a hat trick whilst taking 3/26 playing for ABMAL C.C vs S.T.C
platform to go about our duties. Sydney on 15 February 1941. Father and terrific Malvern CC supporter Phil
continued the tradition taking a VSDCA 1st XI hat trick on the course of taking
In addition to putting the best sides on the park and pursuing premierships the selectors 5/43 whilst playing for Hawthorn East Melbourne against Yarraville on 15
are seeking to meet a variety of needs including: February 1969. Doug of course becomes the third generation of Allen‟s to claim
the bowling prize. That just leaves you know who – yep the great man Warren
* Building and rewarding player loyalty Allen as the missing link. Come on Ales do the family proud.
* Blooding younger players
* Growing the adult membership base Greg Gilliver (aka The Owl) apologized for not attending the most recent Past
Players do. He was too busy winning the weekend stroke prize at Kew Golf
Club. Hooter shot 76 off the stick – his best round ever -and is now off a single
As a group the selectors will seek to communicate effectively with each of you. figure handicap of 9. Having lost nothing in terms of self confidence Hooter
However, if you have any questions or concerns about any selection matter please make signed off his apology with “Just like a good wine, getting better with age.”
contact with either the captains or myself - we will be happy to discuss any relevant
matter. All we ask in return is that you let us know if you are not available at the earliest David Broad is busy seeing plenty of the course down at Metropolitan.
practical time. Broady‟s saddened expression when reliving his latest round suggested they are
not coming off as sweetly as his signature cover drive.
With a strong and long list, little cricket played so far and most players having had very
limited opportunities there is still work to do in determining ability and form. Hopefully Brett Chard led his team to trivia night success recently. Those of you that
the weather will improve and we will all have opportunities in the weeks ahead. know Brett would agree that, with all due respect, general knowledge is not his
strong suit. You could have got 100/1 at the start of the night though the mail is
Thank you for your patience so far and good luck. that Nick Adeney (school teacher) was a gun and his broad shoulders carried the
rest of the team over the line.
DID YOU KNOW? Duncan Thorn, Ian Thorn, Rob Welch, Don Pyke, Tim Murrowood and JR
are busily preparing for their Third Annual Bike Ride in late November this
- Thankfully all our players and ex players returned safe and well from England. time through Wangaratta, Myrtleford and Beechworth – in all about 150 kms.
Not a great summer to be an Aussie over there. Brett Chard safely guided Schooba warmed up for the ride by crashing in to a parked car at 30 kmph
Swarkestone to promotion to the main Derbyshire League competition. James during the recent Round the Bay ride. (Anyone got a spare bike?). No doubt
Lynch was very successful at Stapleton CC in the Bristol and Somerset League there will be other stories to tell. It is certainly an A grade line up. Next
(note he returns in mid November). Mick Beer was also a great success at Malvernian will have a censored report.
Knowle in the same competition taking plenty of wickets and further developing
his batting. Hopefully their off season experience will benefit their cricket in the Hasn‟t ex MCC Captain/Coach Ian Frazer kicked on. He is now the Assistant
longer term. Coach to Greg Chappell looking after the Indian national team. No doubt he had
a hand in cutting Ganguly off at the knees!! To his credit thought the Indians
- Speaking of playing in England, Team of The Century member Gary Marr was results have improved. Fraze‟s strong suit was bio-mechanics which apparently
also over in England on a working holiday. Having settled in to work Gary impressed brother Greg and the rest they say is history. Good luck to him.
fancied a hit. He wandered in to the local team Mistley on Sea and asked for a
game. Having lost nothing in terms of ability he peeled off a century in only his
second hit. He was then promptly selected for the Essex over 50 representative
side! Unfortunately a budding rep career was nipped in the bud as Gary tore his
achilles in the next game and was laid up for months whilst in England. At the
MALVERN VS WILLIAMSTOWN
MALVERN’S FIRST FLAG Played at Hawthorn East Melbourne (St James Park)
April 12, 26 May 3 1924
Given our championship success last year it‟s a good time to look at our first premiership success way back in Toss: Williamstown
A program of twelve matches was arranged. In his first season with Malvern ex Victorian and Prahran player Lambert c Healy b McKenzie 14 st W Hanbury b Braid 6
Colin McKenzie led the side. He was assisted by fellow ex Victorians Lee Braid, Tom Horan and Leslie Comben b McKenzie 0 c W Hanbury b Braid 4
Vernon all in their first season with the Club. In addition District players Jack Beattie (Prahran) (with Malvern Holten run out 25 not out 9
since 21/2) and Roy Levin (Melbourne) (second season) made up a strong side. Malvern stalwarts Bob Campbell c Braid b McKemzie 13 c Healy b McKenzie 1
Middleton and RW & W Hanbury (wicket keeper) also played full seasons. Moon b Selover 23 b Braid 1
Andrews b Selover 45 b McKenzie 2
The season began well with victories over Brighton and Port Melbourne. Malvern‟s first loss didn‟t arrive until Stone lbw Selover 7 c Rush b McKenzie 0
round 5 when defeated in a close game by Hawthorn East Melbourne. Four successive victories then followed Jones c Healy b Selover 0 b McKenzie 3
against Geelong (outright), Coburg, Caulfield and Preston. A loss in the last game to fellow finalists Carpenter c McKenzie b Braid 24 b Braid 8
Elsternwick was disappointing though a final position of second behind Williamstown was testament to a fine Quinn c & b McKenzie 4 c Healy b Braid 1
Extras 19 12
The semi final against Coburg was a one sided affair. On a placid wicket at Malvern we ran up a score of 286
with Middleton (88) and Vernon (76) the main contributors. The second day was washed out which meant the 174 47
match went over in to a third day. Overnight rain made the wicket difficult and a fine bowling performance saw
Coburg skittled for 61. Lee Braid with 6/21 was the chief destroyer. Selover 4/25
McKenzie 4/52 4/17
This victory set up a grand final against top side Williamstown. The match was played at St James Park Vernon 0/8
Hawthorn. Williamstown batted the whole of the first day and made 8/156. On the second day the innings Beattie 0/11
closed at 174. Harry Selover (later to play with Caulfield) and McKenzie claimed four wickets. The wicket was Braid 1/52 5/19
soft when Malvern began it‟s innings and we were knocked over for just 95. Only three players made double
figures. Thankfully though we had plenty of time to have a crack at Willy on the second day and dismissed MALVERN
them for 47. Lee Braid (5/19) and the skipper (4/17) bowled unchanged. At stumps in pursuit of 126 we were Levin c Campbell b Carpenter 8 b Campbell 3
1/16. The wicket was in good order on the third day and exciting cricket was witnessed. At 6/64 Malvern was Middleton c & b Allibon 0 b Campbell 6
in trouble. A matchwinning seventh wicket partnership between the skipper and T Rush (in only his second Healy lbw Allibon 6 b Campbell 10
game of the season – the semi being the first) saw Malvern over the line to claim it‟s first pennant. The gate McKenzie c Campbell b Carpenter 5 not out 43
receipts for the final were a tick over 38 pounds with Malvern taking 25% of the gate. A crowd numbering in Vernon c Quinn b Carpenter 6 b Campbell 4
the thousands was present on each of the three days. Interestingly the last day of the game was played on May3. Braid c Andrews b Allibon 22 run out 8
Levin had an outstanding year with the bat making 542 runs at 38.7 including a score of 140 vs arch rivals Rush b Allibon 14 not out 33
(even then) Caulfield. He was well supported by McKenzie with 335 runs at 30.46. The bowling though was Selover c Carpenter b Allibon 2
the key with McKenzie having a fine all round season taking 41 wkts at 10.65. In just six games Braid took 26 Beattie c Jones b Stone 19
wkts at 13.04 and Selover 22 wkts at 13.77. R Hanbury not out 4 b Campbell 4
W Hanbury c Andrews b Stone 2
The 2nds also made the finals finishing third. A semi final defeat to Footscray saw them unable to replicate it
grand final appearances of 1920/1 and 1922/3. Extras 4 16
A third eleven competition was instituted though it lasted only until Christmas. Only six teams entered and by 95 127/6
Christmas three had withdrawn leaving only three left – Malvern, Kew and Brunswick. Not surprisingly the
competition was abandoned. Allibon 5/34 0/26
Other than the grand final success the most notable event occurred in our one day match vs Coburg. Malvern Carpenter 3/40 0/16
batted second and with one ball to go scores were tied on 142. The last ball was called a wide. In the excitement Stone 2/17 0/22
neither of the scorers noticed the call and signed off the books at 142. The umpire aware of the wide amended Campbell 5/47
the books and Malvern were credited with the victory. Needless to say Coburg disputed the result and at the
next VSDCA delegate‟s meeting evidence was called from the umpires and scorers. A successful motion was Malvern won outright
put that the scores stand – a win for the Roosters. (couldn‟t find any explanation as to why the match ended on
a wide – shouldn‟t another ball been bowled?).
Malvern remained strong through the mid 20‟s with McKenzie, Vernon and Braid forming the nucleus of the
Next Malvernian – our next flag 1926/7
found it difficult to fit cricket in. He is a good medium pace bowler and has taken over
HAMISH DUGGAN – 50 GAMES – COMMENCED 2001/02 70 wickets at Malvern. Sam has brought with him his brother Matthew (aka The Kid).
It seems as though he has hardly been away – one season captaining Kingston Saints
Hammer played his 50th game in Rd 2 vs Croydon. He is in his second year as skipper seconds- so he doesn‟t get a write up. The good thing about all this is Sam and Matt‟s
of the 3rds having guided the side to the finals last year. His lion hearted performance father Ed is 100% on board. Curiosly it seemed that way last year too when Matt was
in the semi final vs Caulfield was testament to his commitment to Malvern. He has at Kingston!
claimed over 80 wickets and made over 500 runs the bulk of these in the 3rds.
WARREN LADGROVE – debut 1992/93
Hammer was also recently married and remains prominent on the social side. We are
lucky to have such a fine clubman in our ranks. Warren last played with Malvern in our losing 1st XI semi final vs Mt Waverley in
2002/03 season. He then played with Chardy at McKinnon in the VTCA comp. Warren
TROY JORDAN – 50 GAMES – COMMENCED 2001/02 was a Team of the Century nominee and has played over 100 1st XI games. Warren has
been appointed captain of the 2nds and we look forward to his input in grooming
Troy is a fourth generation Jordan to play at Malvern. Great grandfather Norman potential 1st XI players.
played was a fast bowler in the period before the First World war. Grandfather Doug
played as an opening bat in the 40‟s and 50‟s. Father Graham and uncle Ross also
played at Malvern and both continue to play a valued role in assisting our club. MEET THE NEWCOMERS
Recruited from Oakleigh, Troy thankfully saw the light and came over to the Roosters.
He has played primarily in the seconds and has made nearly 900 runs. He has played Too numerous to mention individually.
one game with the senior eleven in 2003/04. With contemporaries such as Simon
On behalf of the Malvern Cricket Club we congratulate:
Conway and Trent Lyons we look forward to these players playing prominent roles
both on and off the field in the future.
Paul Kenrick (ex Moorabbin CC and three seasons in England palying for Ealing CC
WELCOME BACK in the Middlesex League)
Nick Gill from Ashburton AYC
GARETH BRIGLIA –debut 1997/8
Liam Dunne (son of ex Tiger premiership player Emmett), Xavier Gotch (son of ex
„Gus‟ last played for Malvern in 2000/01 having spent the last few years in England. A Fitzroy footballer Brad), Tyson Parker and Jesse Slatter from East Malvern CC
local living round the corner in Spring Street, his career has include full seasons in the juniors.
2nds, 3rds and 4ths and we look forward to him having a long and rewarding career
with the Roosters Hedley Brahm – originally from Sale/Maffra district
Nick Detarcynski (ex Mildura Settlers – comes well recommended by Claude
ANTHONY ELLIS – debut 1994/95 Dawson – no better referee)
„Harry‟ last played with Malvern in 1998/99. He has spent the last seven years playing George Loh played many seasons with Rosanna in Heidelberg District CA
with VSDCA rivals, Mount Waverley. He started his Malvern career as a sixteen year Lachlan Hewson and Brendan O’Brien coming back to cricket after a lay off
old and as a most promising junior he opened the bowling with Ron Howland at a
young age and we are hopeful that the old spark remains. Harry comes from good All of whom have played their first games or their first full seasons for the Roosters in
Malvern stock with father „Digger‟ Ellis playing in the 70‟s and brother Matt only 2005/06.
recently giving the game away. He also has the misfortune of being the cousin of the
secretary. Harry‟s mum Anne, is the sister of our first lady life member Jan Priddle.
SAM ELLIOTT – debut 1995/96
Sam last played at Malvern in 2000/01. He has since been working shift work and
Pg 6 Pg 7
SOUTH / EAST GROUP (1st & 2nd ELEVENS)
R. 1 01-Oct-05 Noble Park st
1 XI Home The Rooster social season has started with a bang with our first two functions being well
R. 2 08-Oct-05 Croydon 2 XI Home
R. 3 15-Oct-05 22-Oct-05 Ormond 1 XI Home The Past Player/Flag Unfurling was memorable on a number of fronts. The flag unfurling
did not go completely to plan. With Rob Senior as self appointed co-ordinator of the event
R. 4 29-Oct 05 05-Nov-05 Elsternwick 2nd XI Home
the unfurling degenerated quickly with out first lady life member, jan Priddle struggling in
R. 5 12-Nov-05 19-Nov-05 Oakleigh 1 XI Home vain to get the flag unfurled. With assistance required Squirrel promptly retired to the BBQ
nd area leaving a hot under the collar Secretary. Eventually though everything worked out and
R. 6 26-Nov-05 03-Dec-05 Bayswater 2 XI Home
the Mayor and other invited guests were suitably impressed.
R. 1 04-Dec-05 Vs Noble Park 1st XI home
R. 7 10-Dec-05 17-Dec-05 Box Hill 1 XI Home At the lunch guests had just settled in to their seats to listen to the President say a few
R. 8 07-Jan-06 Brighton
2 XI Home words. Suddenly a clatter of wickets fell meaning that all invited guests missed the first 1st
XI hat trick since 1979/80. We really need those glass fronted windows to properly entertain
R. 9 14-Jan-06 21-Jan-06 Moorabbin 1 XI Home at lunch whilst being able to watch the cricket.
R. 10 28-Jan-06 29-Jan-06 Endeavour Hills 1st XI Home
The organizers Ross Jordan, Rob Senior and David Priddle all seemed to enjoy themselves
R. 11 04-Feb-06 11-Feb-06 Mount Waverley 2nd XI Home
with the three getting the votes though not necessarily in that order.
12-Feb-06 Reserve Day #2
R.12 18-Feb-06 25-Feb-06 Kingston Saints 1st XI Home The Trivia Night was also a great success. Over 60 players, partners and friends attended in
a tremendous first up event. Organisers Ian and Sue Thorn and Brendan Mitchell and
R.13 04-Mar-06 Caulfield 2nd XI Home Maryanne Coffey take all the credit for putting on such an enjoyable night. The usual
impossibly hard questions were interspersed with party games and a giant raffle (11 prizes
SOUTH / EAST GROUP (3rd & 4th ELEVENS) all donated by local businesses).
R. 1 01-Oct-05 Noble Park 3 XI Home Clearly the questions were not too hard for Chardy‟s team of Mr and Mrs Brad Lyons,
R. 2 08-Oct-05 Croydon 4th XI Home Warren and Doug Allen, Nick Adeney and Chardy himself. Team Jordan – Troy Jordan,
Simon Conway, Trent Lyons, George Loh and Simon Lynch – came a creditable second.
R. 3 15-Oct-05 22-Oct-05 Ormond 3rd XI Home
Clearly the questions were too contemporary as the older brigade of the Lyons, Jordans x 2
R. 4 29-Oct-05 05-Nov-05 Elsternwick 4 XI Home and Rob Senior languished in second last place.
Note – R. 4 - 4th XI to play 2 one-day games
In a grand return to the club John Smith (aka X) was a fine MC. Not easy to do when you
R. 5 12-Nov-05 19-Nov-05 Oakleigh 3rd XI Home have only one tooth!!
R. 6 26-Nov-05 03-Dec-05 Bayswater 4 XI Home
Please try and get along to the other events planned and bring partners and friends too!
R. 7 10-Dec-05 17-Dec-05 Box Hill 3rd XI Home
R. 8 07-Jan-06 Brighton 4th XI Home SOCIAL CALENDAR
R. 9 14-Jan-06 21-Jan-06 Moorabbin 3rd XI Home
R. 10 28-Jan-06 Endeavour Hills
3 XI Home Thu 29 Sep pre-Rnd 1 Pie Night
R. 11 04-Feb-06 11-Feb-06 Mount Waverley 4 XI Home
R.12 18-Feb-06 25-Feb-06 Kingston Saints 3rd XI Home Sat 15 Oct Ormond D1 Flag Unfurling / Past Players‟
R.13 04-Mar-06 Caulfield 4 XI Home
Sat 22 Oct Ormond D2 Trivia Night
11-Mar-06 12-Mar-06 Quarter Finals Sat 05 Nov Elst‟wick D2 Ladies Afternoon Tea
18-Mar-06 19-Mar-06 Semi Finals
25-Mar-06 26-Mar-06 Group Finals Sat 19 Nov Oakleigh D2 Past Players‟ Lunch
02-Apr-06 03-Apr-06 Championship Final (1 XI only)
Sun 20 Nov Juniors Social Day
Pg 8 Sat 17 Dec Box Hill D2 Christmas Party
Sun 29 Jan End.Hills D2 Past Players‟ BBQ
Sat 04 Feb Mt Waverly D1 Senior Players Social - TBA
Sat 18 Feb Kingston D1 Past Players‟ Lunch
Sat 04 Mar Caulfield D1 Caulfield BBQ
Sub 05 Mar Vote-Count / Cash Draw
April Presentation Night
May Players‟ Trip Away
Fri 07 Jul Annual General Meeting
Ladies welcome – 1st drink free on Saturday nights
Final Saturday of each Match – Meal and Player of the Round
award and Match reports
Selection Thursday – Meals provided by Players
On the couch with the skipper
Joined MCC 1992
Runs over 3800
Wickets 1 !!
Dabbled at Melbourne CC in the lower grades for half a season man
years ago then returned to country cricket before joining Malvern
Occupation: Video Production - Hushh Vision (might as well get a plug in)
Hobbies outside of cricket Used to be a bit of golf and couch (foxtel flicking) – now it is the new bub
Favourite food Any chicken pizza
Favourite drink Are you allowed to say Hot Chocolate ( I am getting old!!)
Favourite TV show The Office
Last book read Is it bedtime Wibbly Pig (Abby’s nightly read)
ooty team followed I’ll jump back on Collingwood when Malthouse is traded
Most admired cricketer – international
Was Mark Waugh until Flintoff came along – they entertain
MCC or VSDCA Ron Howland
Best bowler ever faced Merv Hughes tried to rip my head off in a split country/Vic game
(didn’thelp that I was wearing a floppy)
Best bat played against Many good ones. No-one stands out thoughI am glad Ian Frazer played for
Most memorable MCC moment Championship win last season by far
Strangest personality/funniest thing seen at MCC
Would seriously run out of paper if I answered question properly. I will say this, Malvern never
ceases to amaze me in it’s ability to attract strange people
Comment on your cricketing ability Declining
Ambition One thing left – Captain this team to a Championship
Suggested improvement to VSDCA cricket
Cheerleaders on match day would be nice – otherwise I think the comp is in good shape. The
standard of cricket and quality of players filtering down from District has definitely improved
from when I started
First things that springs to mind/Word association
Petrol Prices Steep
Dave Lauritz Chardonnay
Ricky Ponting‟s captaincy Leave him alone all of you
John Howard Eyebrows
Brad Hodge/Simon Katich or Mike Hussey in the test team
What does it mean to captain Malvern
It means a great deal. I’ve been here a long time and love the place. I am very honoured to be
given the opportunity.
We seemed to have maintained a strong list. How do you think we will go?
If we can play as a unit and perform to what I know we are capable of week in, week out we are
certainly a big chance to feature at the business end.
Players of the future There are a number of young kids at the club at the moment who I
believe have real talent. If managed properly they will develop in to
decent 1st XI players. If I had to pick someone out I would say Tim
Arbon if he knuckles down.
As previously reported each weekend seven teams step out under the Malvern/Central park Warriors
banner. Steuart Snooks has done a great job as the main contact point from our club‟s end and has
conducted the Under 11‟s and Under 13‟s training sessions. St John‟s representatives Tim Hogan and
Wally Pocock have been welcomed in to the fold and have impressed with their enthusiasm and genuine
passion for junior cricket.
We look forward to hosting a social occasion on November 20 for all players and parents. All players will
get an opportunity to play on the main oval in a format that is yet to be decided. It promises to be a great
day and further evidence of us committing strongly to the alignment with St John‟s East Malvern.
The results so far are as follows:
Under 11's - Saturday West
Malvern Central Park Warriors 54 lost to Caulfield 2/64
Malvern Central Park Warriors White 1/90 & 81 def Toorak-Prahran Colts 1/70 & 65
Under 11's - Saturday East
Malvern Central Park Warriors Blue 4/41 lost to East Malvern Blue 1/78
Malvern Central Park Warriors Blue 32 & 44 lost to Oakleigh Park Pistols 2/119d & 3/104d
Under 11's - Sunday
Malvern Central Park Warriors 2/97 def Maccabi Ajax White 8/53
Malvern Central Park Warriors 4/105 & 9/76 lost to Oakleigh Purple 5/99 & 7/86
Malvern Central Park Warriors White 98 lost to Oakleigh 100
Malvern Central Park Warriors White vs Glen Waverley no scores reported
Malvern Central Park Warriors Blue 56 lost to Notting Hill/Brandon Pk 81
Malvern Central Park Warriors Blue drew with Glen Waverley Cougars 2/117
Malvern Central Park Warriors Blue vs Oakleigh - no scores reported
Malvern Central Park Warriors Blue drew with Notting Hill Brandon Park Blue draw (washout)
Malvern Central Park Warriors White 7/119 def Notting Hill/Brandon Pk Blue 63
Malvern Central Park Warriors White drew with Glen Waverley Cougars White 1/49
Note for more detailed results just go to www.southern-cricket.com/resiresults
Round 1 vs Noble Park Washed out
Round 2 vs Croydon Malvern 4/115 Croydon dnb Draw
Round 3 vs Ormond Malvern 4/232d Ormond 104 & 1/95 Win
Ayres 77* D Allen 4/16 inc hat trick and 4 wkts in 5 balls
De Silva 49
Round 4 vs Elsternwick Malvern 175 Elsternwick 8/191 Lost
Round 1 vs Noble Park Washed out
Round 2 vs Croydon Washed out Draw
Round 3 vs Ormond Malvern 5/94d & 3/81 Ormond 89 & 85 Outright
Mitchell 29 & 42* N Williams 5/23 & 3/15
B Lacey 4/11 (2nd inns)
Round 4 vs Elsternwick Malvern 6/276 Elsternwick 271 Win
Round 1 vs Noble Park Washed out Draw
Round 2 vs Croydon Malvern 7/139 Croydon dnb Draw
Round 3 vs Ormond Malvern 9/294 cc Ormond dnb Draw
N Detarcynski 57
I Kiernan 51
Round 4 vs Elsternwick Malvern 210 Elsternwick 3/213 Loss
Round 1 vs Noble Park Washed out Draw
Round 2 vs Croydon Washed out Draw
Round 3 vs Ormond Malvern 242 Ormond dnb Draw
T Cordner 87
Round 4A vs Elsternwick Malvern 3/123 Elsternwick 122 Win
Round 4B vs Elsternwick Malvern 126 Elsternwick 3/127 Loss
Note Round 1 vs Noble Park 1sts and 2nds to be replayed on December 4
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To all Past Players, Friends, and Supporters of the Malvern Cricket Club
In Season 2005-06 the Malvern Cricket Club has set itself ambitious goals for community
service and cricketing excellence. We have moved beyond our traditional four senior
teams and a Hatch squad. This year your Club is running its biggest ever Milo Have-A-
Go program and with our coaching tie-up with St John‟s East Malvern we have created a
pathway from age 5 to senior cricket for over 160 junior cricketers. Add to this the
challenges of producing some of the finest turf and practice wickets in Sub-District
cricket and defending our 1 st Eleven Championship
We are offering
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AGM and receive regular Malvernian newsletters as well as the Annual Report
Past Player Membership for $200 entitles the member to attend and vote at the
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events (excluding Votecount and Presentation Night) and receive a Malvern
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Up the Old Red Rooster!
MALVERN C.C. THEME SONG
We‟re a happy team at Malvern
We‟re the mighty Red and Blue
We‟re the team that is a century old
Wearing the Red and the Blue
Come what may you‟ll find us fighting
Striving to defeat the foe
All for one, and one for all
That‟s how we are at Malvern
We are the mighty Red and Blue
UP THE OLD RED ROOSTER !!!
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Melbourne Vic 3000
(next to Stock Exchange Building)