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Congratulations Glen Mahoney on 300 matches

The Glen Waverley Hawks Cricket Club would like to acknowledge and congratulate Glen Mahoney who played his 300th match for the club on Saturday. Glen is only the third player in the club’s history to reach this milestone.

 

Glen first played for the club in Under 16’s in the early 1980’s and is the leading run scorer in the club history, just shy of 10,000 runs. He has played in 5 premierships which includes all three of the club’s A1 premierships and recently captained our club’s 2nd XI to back to back Wilson Shield 2nds flags in 2011/12 and 2012/13. He also has a distinguished record off the field having served as President from 2005/06 to 2007/08, Treasurer from 1993/94 to 1994/95.

 

His contribution to the club was recognised in 2000 when he was awarded Life Membership. The Mahoney name has featured throughout the entirety of the club’s history with Glen having played with his late father Jim, who also coached the club, and now currently playing in the same team with his son Mitchell.

 

Congratulations Glen on a fantastic achievement.

Captains & Umpires meeting Wednesday March 5th

The captains and Umpires meeting will be held Wednesday March 5 at VERMONT CC 7.30pm. This is a compulsory meeting for all sides with teams in finals. The expectation is the captain from each competing side will be there but each competing club MUST be represented.

 

There will be light refreshments provided after the meeting,

 

BHRDCA CoM

Delegates meeting Tuesday March 4th

The next delegates meeting is Tuesday March 4 at 7.30pm at East Burwood. Please ensure ALL My Cricket is completed asap and umpires reports are sent in asap to help with finals information and allocation.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

BHRDCA CoM

It’s a wrap…the Reporter Wrap Rd 10

After the Heat Policy cancelled week one all games reverted back to One Day fixture.

 

McIntosh Shield Grade

 

Box Hill North Super Kings taking on the Zebras posted 230 as Russell Arnold continued his impressive season with 62, while Russell McManus 4-45 gave the Zebras some hope. Rain would have the final say with Forest Hill 0-105, Ben Johnston 66x, ending the match in a draw. Super Kings are well placed going into the last game of season.

 

East Burwood batted first at Blackburn South and posted an imposing 8-326cc with Sean Bramstedt 133, 10 sixes, driving the total and putting his claim as to one of the best batsman in the competition. Sincock chipped in with 71. Blackburn South could only muster 164 with Steve Mundy 49, while Sean Bramstedt 4-42 did the damage as well with ball.

 

In a must win game to stay of relegation Templestowe would pass East Box Hill’s 7/155 in the 28th over calling it a day at 6/156 with Nishida Sopariwala’s unbeaten 66 being the highlight.

 

Vermont made 6-227cc with the experience of Bradd Taylor 79 leading the charge well supported by Mitch Rickarby, 40, demonstrating his all rounder talents. The Eagles defeated St Davids who could only manage 155 with Chris Bell’s 4-44 doing the damage. A good win which will give the Eagles plenty of confidence heading into the finals.

 

In other games Bulleen Templestowe 5-162 had the better of Heatherdale 7-158cc to continue a disappointing season for the Dales and virtually ensure finals action for the Bullants.

 

Pushing for finals Blackburn 5-166cc with Skipper Luke Davis 80* once again leading the way, defeating Mitcham 9-145cc with Mark Wheeler’s 52 the only bat to get going. The Tigers now face a must win last game to remain in McIntosh Shield next season.

 

Wilson Shield Grade

 

Laburnum 4-221cc B.Leed 70, Henderson 60 d Kerrimuir United 9-156cc Jordan Wise 40, Taylor 4-45. Laburnam remain in finals contention while Kerrimuir now must win at home to GW Hawks to ensure their season is extended.

 

Looking to consolidate its top 4 spot Vermont South compiled 6-260cc with Lahiru Anthony 75 the pick of the bats. Mulgrave Wheelers Hill only scraped together 104 with Anthony 5-15 completing a great double.

 

In a must win game Eley Park 8-157cc chased down Heatherdale’s 150, Graham Elliott’s 50 wasn’t enough and Ross Pryde 5-34 did the damage with ball for the victors.

 

Glen Waverley Hawks made 9-167cc, Apurwa Sarve the best with 51 and Nick ‘Bongo’ Greenhalf, taking 3/40. Koonung Heights secured a home final chasing them down to finish on 6-171, Greenhalf with 50 completing a good day out.

 

While ladder leader Blackburn North 4-131 (D.Wayman 61) had no trouble with Doncaster 9-125cc who were best served by Mark Albiston 51*.

 

Best Batting Performances

SCORE PLAYER CLUB GRADE RND INNS OPPOSITION
133 SeanBramstedt East Burwood McIntosh Shield Grade

10

1

Blackburn South
113 PatrickSowersby Burwood District A Grade

10

1

Blackburn North
108* NathanLarkins Nunawading B Grade

10

1

Heatherdale
102* StuartWynd Glen Waverley Hawks D Grade

10

1

Yarraleencricket club
100* Grant Wain Heatherdale F Grade

12

1

Yarraleencricket club
97* Peter Nicholson Park Orchards A Grade

10

1

Vermont South
97* Timothy J Winter Kerrimuir United C Grade

10

1

KoonungHeights
95 StephenCarusi Box Hill North Super Kings McIntosh Shield Grade 2nds

10

1

Forest Hill
92 Ryan Wilson Vermont One Day B Grade

18

1

Bulleen Templestowe
90 Glenn Mitchell Vermont South A Grade

10

1

Park Orchards

 

Best Bowling Performances

BOWL PLAYER CLUB GRADE RND INNS OPPOSITION
5/14 ThisaraBandara Kerrimuir United A Grade

10

1

Syndal
5/15 LahiruAnthony Vermont South Wilson Shield Grade

10

1

Mulgrave Wheelers Hill Cricket Club
5/24 Ross Pryde Eley Park Wilson Shield Grade

10

1

Heatherdale
5/35 SandeepAllamneni Melbourne Falcons Cricket Club One Day C Grade

18

1

St Davids
5/37 Lionel Hunt Park Orchards A Grade

10

1

Vermont South
5/42 CameronPhyland Deakin A Grade

10

1

KoonungHeights
4/3 OliverMaharaj Vermont Under 14 A Grade

8

1

Heathmont
4/5 AndrewWorner East Burwood E North Division – Veterans

SF

1

St Davids
4/8 Hugo Morgan Heatherdale Under 16 B Grade

8

1

Blackburn
4/15 JimDavatzis North Balwyn Legends B – Veterans

SF

1

Wonga Park
4/16 JolyonSinclair Surrey Hills D North Division – Veterans

SF

1

Mt Waverley
4/18 TrevorMcGary East Box Hill B Grade

10

1

Forest Hill
4/19 Luke Vazquez Nunawading F Grade

12

1

Forest Hill
4/19 Michael Gregory Blackburn McIntosh Shield Grade 2nds

10

1

Mitcham
4/20 John Lane Bulleen Templestowe D Grade

10

1

St Davids
4/21 GeorgeCavallo Doncaster One Day B Grade

18

1

Eley Park
4/22 Scott Dale Mulgrave Wheelers Hill Cricket Club One Day C Grade

18

1

Melbourne Strikers
4/23 HareshPatel Melbourne Strikers One Day C Grade

18

1

Mulgrave Wheelers Hill Cricket Club
4/28 Ben Vance Doncaster C Grade

10

1

Nunawading
4/29 Brad Cullen Vermont McIntosh Shield Grade

10

1

St Davids
4/30 TimAlexopoulos KoonungHeights A Grade

10

1

Deakin
4/30 Joshua Davidson Deakin A Grade

10

1

KoonungHeights
4/33 William O’Shea Vermont South One Day B Grade

18

1

Box Hill North Super Kings
4/34 James Walker East Burwood McIntosh Shield Grade 2nds

10

1

Blackburn South
4/34 LeeWoolcock Bulleen Templestowe McIntosh Shield Grade

10

1

Heatherdale
4/38 Joseph Fisher Vermont One Day B Grade

18

1

Bulleen Templestowe
4/39 PatrickLuby Eley Park Wilson Shield Grade

10

1

Heatherdale
4/40 GlenMcGoldrick KoonungHeights F Grade

12

1

Vermont
4/42 SeanBramstedt East Burwood McIntosh Shield Grade

10

1

Blackburn South
4/44 John Wales Syndal B Grade

10

1

Mulgrave Wheelers Hill Cricket Club

 

Hat-Tricks

CONSEC WKTS PLAYER CLUB GRADE RND INNS OPPOSITION
3 Liam Dick Blackburn Under 14 A Grade

8

1

Mitcham

 

Under 25 Squad – East Link Cup

BHRDCA VS MORNINGTON PENINSULA CRICKET ASSOCIATION

 

EastLink T20 Cup Promotional Flyer 2014 v3

 

MATCH DATE: 26th FEBRUARY 2014

 

MEET AT HEATHERDALE CRICKET CLUB AT 4PM – LEAVE 4.15PM –
IF YOU REQUIRE A LIFT OTHERWISE NOTIFY MANAGERS IF YOU ARE GOING DIRECTLY TO THE GROUND PLEASE CALL US DO NOT EMBARRASS YOURSELF OR THE YOUR CLUB BY NOT TURNING UP…

 

VENUE: Seaford Tigers Cricket Club
, Belvedere Park, East Rd
, Seaford, VIC 3198

MATCH FORMAT: 20 OVERS EACH SIDE – 1 SUPER OVER FOR TIED GAME.

DINNER: PROVIDED FOR PLAYERS AND BHRDCA OFFICIALS

COST: GOLD COIN DONATION

DRESS: BHRDCA BLUE SHIRTS – BASEBALL CAPS – WHITE PANTS –

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VERSUS: MORNINGTON PENINSULA CRICKET ASSOCIATION UNDER 25

 

“PLEASE UNDERSTAND THIS IS A CHARITY EVENT SO I PERSONALLY REQUEST YOU TO MAKE YOURSELF AVAILABLE. PEOPLE ARE DONATING THEIR TIME AND EFFORT TO RAISE MONEY FOR A GREAT CAUSE.” – Bobby Mudher

 

SQUAD:

TRAVIS PARSONAGE – BHNSKCC– CAPTAIN

MITCH RICKABY – VCC

MATT YEO – BCC

CHARLES ERASMUS – FHCC

AARON CLARKE – FHCC

JARRYD TAUN HENDERSON – FHCC

AARON TAUN HENDERSON – FHCC

ANGUS GAULD – EBHCC

JOSEF PAOLUCCI – BTCC

BRAYDEN BEATON – FHCC

ADAM HUNT – VCC

JAMES SHAMBROOK – VSCC

KRITIAN HAIKAL – BTCC

 

MANAGERS:
BOBBY MUDHER – 0414 451 921
NEALE CLARKE – 0412 376 565
MATT WILLIAMS – 0438 355 112

All senior grades to wear black armbands this week

All senior grades to wear black armbands this week and all juniors to observe a minutes silence.

 

All senior sides are asked to wear black armbands as a mark of respect for George Murphy and Fred Watson who have passed away in the last 10 days. Both were much loved life members of the association and further details on their contributions will follow shortly. Cricket Victoria have also asked clubs to wear black armbands as a mark of respect to Luke Batty and the Tyabb CC.

 

All junior players are asked to observe a minutes silence as a mark of respect to Luke Batty and the Tyabb CC

 

BHRDCA CoM

 

Coach named for U/18 Rep side

We are pleased to announce ANTHONY SMITH from Blackburn CC as the BHRDCA U/18 rep side coach for the upcoming game against West Gippsland Cricket Association.

 

Sunday 2nd March
East Burwood No 1 Oval
Commencing 10.00am

 

Good luck to all involved.

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