Liam Filmer-Ramsay Wins ‘The Shearer’
Brookvale Hotel, Friday May 2nd, 2014: 7th Grade’s Liam Filmer-Ramsay is the 2013/14 Bruce Shearer Memorial Trophy winner. Liam received the Club’s most prestigious award at CPCC’s annual Senior Presentation Night after narrowly beating out another one of the Club’s Young Guns Damon Steel by a few points. Other major award winners on the night were:
Dave Moss - Randolph Beddows Flag (1st Grade most points)
Sam Steindl - Warwick Armstrong Trophy (Most catches)
Kim Blacker - B&B Trophy (Clubman)
Rob Minnett - Frank Huxley & John Jackson Touring Trophies
Brenden Ball - Dedicated Service to CPCC
In memory of clubman Nick Eade who tragically passed away during the season, First Grade’s Dave Moss was the inaugural winner of the ‘Nick Eade Shield’ for most sixes. Club stalwart Brenden Ball was awarded a Dedicated Service pewter mug for his near twenty years with CPCC. Brendo is on the move to Queensland and dragged himself (complete with new bionic hip) from his hospital bed to receive the award. MC Rob Minnett kept the full room entertained with a presentation of highlights from the past decade as the Club acknowledged ten years of presentation nights at the Brookvale Hotel.
Brenden Ball defies doctors orders to attend and receive his award for Dedicated Service to CPCC
Trophies front and centre for the traditional CPCC group photo
3rd Grade Premiership
Grand Final weekend at Nolans has resulted in an exciting victory for Tom Carden’s 3rd Grade squad. After getting out of trouble on day one by posting a defendable total of 119 and getting Harbord Diggers 3-18 at stumps, the Towers bowled tightly all day on the Sunday to eventually dismiss Diggers for 97. Stars for the Plateau were Kavin Moorthi 51* and Ryan Dunn 5/17.
Over on Nolans 5, Rob Steel’s 4ths saw the game slip away late on Sunday after they set a very respectable total of 190. Manly Breakers were patient in their run chase, claiming victory with 4 wickets still in hand when they went post the total at about 5pm. Cam Baber’s 7th Grade were unable to bring home the club’s 5th straight Development Grade premiership after they could only mange 120 in reply to Wakehurst’s 180.
For full results go to MyCricket.
Another beautiful sunny day at Clontarf Reserve for the junior picnic & presentation day last Saturday
End of Season Trip - Nelson Bay
2013 - Friday 4th, Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th of APRIL
- Golf Friday arvo
- One Mile Beach (swim, touch footy, beach cricket)
- Golden Slipper @ Shoal Bay Country Club - Sat
- Murray’s Brewery Sunday
Foundation member Jack Lloyd has died in Melbourne. Jack, who resided in his later years in Wyong, played in CPCC’s first Senior team back in 1956 at Dee Why Oval. Jack’s statistics for his ten year career with CPCC were:
Matches - 133, Runs - 2511, Avg - 16.63, 100s - 1, 50s - 11 H.S. - 101, Overs - 3, Wickets - 1, Avg - 16.00
Norm Stephenson (2nd from left back), Barry Harland (3rd from left back), Ken Hunt (3rd from right, back), Frank Huxley (2nd from left, front) and Milton Lidgard (3rd from left, front) are surviving members of this original squad.CPCC 3rd Grade 1956/57 - The Club’s Original Senior XI (Jack Lloyd far right, back row)
Jan 20&21, Plateau Park: Approx 35 Under 9 to 12 junior cricketers recently enjoyed CPCC’s Cricket Coaching Camp. Club Level2 Coaches Martin Hayward and John Jackson ran the two day camp at Plateau Park ably assisted by some of our older Junior Rep Cricketers. Despite some damp conditions on day 2, the camp was a great success and we look forward to the possibility of more similar courses in the future. Thanks to Mike Pawley for his support through the donation of prizes. More pictures available at our Facebook page.
Plateau Park, Monday 25 Nov & Dec 2: Approximately 35 Coaches, Managers and Junior players are now trained to Cricket Australia’s Level 1 thanks to the recent coaching course facilitated by CPCC. Cricket NSW supplied the instructors. Club members and players attended the course free of charge thanks to the generous sponsorship of Lateral Corporation which allows CPCC to develop our players and coaches alike. In addition to this important accreditation, CPCC’s Level 2 coach John Jackson is undertaking additional coaching support to our junior teams on Thursdays and Fridays focussed particularly on our younger age groups.
58th Annual General Report - click here to view or download
Sat: 5 Oct 2013; CPCC Life Member Al Fairhall has passed away. Alan has been associated with the Club from the very early days as a player, a custodian of The Hut and as regular attendee at Club matches and events including the AGM and Junior Picnic days. Al played 163 games over 13 seasons between 1958/59 and 1970/71. He scored 2841 runs at 16.05 with a high score of 77, and took 111 wickets at 15.19 with best figures of 5 for 14. Alan’s sons Ross and Bruce also played for CPCC and his wife Marie was awarded a Life Membership for her support and hospitality of Club activity during the first few decades. Our thoughts are with them at this time.
SENIOR CLUB TRAINING
Wednesdays from 5:45pm @ Plateau Park Nets
Contact Rob on 0412158959
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