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Office Bearers

 

President

Secretary

Treasurer

1874-90

Major T. Swallow

1881-83

W. Armstrong

1881-83

C.A. Kennet

1890-91

Captain McPetrie

1886-87

W. Begg

1890-91

J. McLeod

1892-03

F.T. Derham

1890-91

W.J. Hanneysee

1894-95

T. Testro

1903-04

Vacant

1890-91

W. Keleher

1896-97

T. Testro

1904-07

G.W. Briggs

1894-95

W. Keleher

1907-08

T. Morrice

1907-31

T. Testro

1896-97

W. Keleher

1909-10

T. Morrice

1931‑33

J.P. Crichton

1907‑08

R.W. Murdoch

1914‑16

T. Morrice

1933‑40

H.C. Southward

1909‑10

R.W. Murdoch

1916‑17

J. McColl

1940‑57

J.P. Crichton

1914‑17

R.W. Murdoch

1917‑19

E.W. Weston

1957‑59

J.W. Woodruff

1917‑20

W.J. Prohasky

1919‑27

E. Jones

1959‑61

J.G. Hall

1920‑31

A. Cousland

1927‑60

F.L. Stevenson

1961‑64

S.S. Anderson

1931‑32

L. Burkett

1960‑61

G. Menzies

1964‑70

A.T. Aanensen

1932‑33

J. Harvey

1961‑62

S.V. Tims

1970‑85

K.J. Fennessy

1933‑34

F. Harcourt

1962‑64

J.J. Hoy

1986‑90

R.J. Allen

1934‑35

C.H. Williams

1964‑70

N. Johnston

1991‑93

T.E. Keenan

1935‑36

J. Harvey

1970‑81

R.A. Bryce

1994‑99

V.W. Aanensen

1936‑48

W.J. Price

1981‑83

P.M. Hall

2000‑02

R.W. Profitt

1948‑59

S.V. Tims

1983‑92

D.J. Swingler

2003-06

R.G. Groves

1959‑61

T.R. Hill

1992‑95

J.G. Earle

2007-13

A. Hill

1961‑66

D.M. Madigan

1995‑02

R.G. Groves

2013-14

T. Troon

1966‑68

T.R. Hill

2002‑08

B.J. Dymond

2014-16

N. Veitch

1968‑69

K.J. Fennessy

2009-14

T.Troon

2016-18

E. van Pamelen

1969‑70

P. Henigan

2014-17

D. Hannam

2018-

C. Sewell

1970‑73

S.J. White

2017-

J. McNiece

 

 

1973‑76

I.J. Bryce

 

 

 

 

1976‑90

J.G. Earle

 

 

 

 

1990‑91

J.W. McFarlane

 

 

 

 

1991‑95

H.J. Coy

 

 

 

 

1995‑97

J.G. Earle

 

 

 

 

1997‑98

Mrs K.D. Aanensen

 

 

 

 

1998‑99

M.P. Cooper

 

 

 

 

1999‑02

B.J. Dymond

 

 

 

 

2002‑03

G.A. Brien

 

 

 

 

2003‑04

N.T. Dymond

 

 

 

 

2004-08

R. Bevilacqua

 

 

 

 

2008- 12

T. Troon

 

 

 

 

2012-13

Mrs. P Snow

 

 

 

 

2013-14

J. Dunlea

 

 

 

 

2014-15

S. Webb

 

 

 

 

2015-16

J. McNiece

 

 

 

 

2016-17

D. Monk

 

 

  

2017 -

J. McNiece

  

 





Port Melbourne Cricket Club Annual Report 2016-17

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


 

Office Bearers – 2016-17

 

PRESIDENT

 

Mr. E. van Pamelen

 

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT

 

n/a

 

HONOURARY SECRETARY

 

Mr. D. Monk

 

HONOURARY TREASURER

 

Mr. D. Hannam

 

GENERAL COMMITTEE

 

Messrs  R. Bevilacqua, D. Roberts, M. Hall, C. Sewell, S. Sideek, D Burdett

 

 

 

 


Life Members Honour Roll

 

1909

T. Purvis Snr*

1974

P. C. Vesty

2012

A Hill

 

A. Crichton*

 

M. F. McKenzie

 

M. Lugg

1914

H. Taylor*

1975

J. F. Conole

2017

P. O’Meara

1916

T. E. Morrice*

1976

I. J. Bryce

 

 

 

R. W. Murdoch*

 

S. J. White

 

 

1945

J. P. Crichton *

1978

K. Britton*

 

 

 

F. L. Stevenson*

 

W. A. Hidson

 

 

 

W. J. Price *

1979

Mrs. C. McCarthy

 

 

1949

W. Wilson*

 

J. G. Earle

 

 

1951

A. Downer *

1980

G. L. Bryce

 

 

1952

S. C. Findlay*

1981

C. W. Pasquill

 

 

1953

S. V. Tims *

1982

N. E. Marshall

 

 

1954

J. W. Woodruff *

1986

Mrs. J. Schinck

 

 

1955

T. Lahiff*

 

Mrs. E. Nicholson*

 

 

1956

A. Bogdanoff*

1987

J. McFarlane Snr*

 

 

1957

G. Menzies

1988

R. C. Tinsley

 

 

1958

R. Webb *

 

G. R. Anderson

 

 

1959

R. Bishop*

1989

J. W. McFarlane

 

 

1960

R. Kent*

 

R. J. Allen

 

 

1961

L. T. Halfpenny*

1990

D. J. Swingler

 

 

1962

C. Menzies *

 

S. J. Davidson*

 

 

1963

W. J. Harrison *

 

D. J. Fogarty

 

 

1964

L. Plumridge

1991

R. A. McKenzie

 

 

1965

R. S. Barrand*

1992

V. W. Aanensen

 

 

 

R. Dunne *

 

M. P. Lane

 

 

1966

A. D. Golding*

1993

S. R. Morris

 

 

 

T. R. Hill*

1994

H. J. Coy

 

 

1967

J. F. Mahoney*

 

A. M. S. Peterson

 

 

1968

T. E. Keenan

1995

P. A. Wale

 

 

 

R. C. Agar

2002

Mrs. E. Plumridge

 

 

1969

Mrs. A. Bogdanoff*

2003

R. G. Groves

 

 

1971

K. J. Fennessy*

 

B. J. Dymond

 

 

 

R. A. Bryce

2007

N. Dymond

 

 

1972

D. M. Madigan

2008

R.  Bevilacqua

 

 

1973

W. Bragg *

2009

S. Snow

 

 

 

* Known Deceased

 

 


 

Principal Office Bearers

 

President

Secretary

Treasurer

1874-90

Major T. Swallow

1881-83

W. Armstrong

1881-83

C.A. Kennet

1890-91

Captain McPetrie

1886-87

W. Begg

1890-91

J. McLeod

1892-03

F.T. Derham

1890-91

W.J. Hanneysee

1894-95

T. Testro

1903-04

Vacant

1890-91

W. Keleher

1896-97

T. Testro

1904-07

G.W. Briggs

1894-95

W. Keleher

1907-08

T. Morrice

1907-31

T. Testro

1896-97

W. Keleher

1909-10

T. Morrice

1931‑33

J.P. Crichton

1907‑08

R.W. Murdoch

1914‑16

T. Morrice

1933‑40

H.C. Southward

1909‑10

R.W. Murdoch

1916‑17

J. McColl

1940‑57

J.P. Crichton

1914‑17

R.W. Murdoch

1917‑19

E.W. Weston

1957‑59

J.W. Woodruff

1917‑20

W.J. Prohasky

1919‑27

E. Jones

1959‑61

J.G. Hall

1920‑31

A. Cousland

1927‑60

F.L. Stevenson

1961‑64

S.S. Anderson

1931‑32

L. Burkett

1960‑61

G. Menzies

1964‑70

A.T. Aanensen

1932‑33

J. Harvey

1961‑62

S.V. Tims

1970‑85

K.J. Fennessy

1933‑34

F. Harcourt

1962‑64

J.J. Hoy

1986‑90

R.J. Allen

1934‑35

C.H. Williams

1964‑70

N. Johnston

1991‑93

T.E. Keenan

1935‑36

J. Harvey

1970‑81

R.A. Bryce

1994‑99

V.W. Aanensen

1936‑48

W.J. Price

1981‑83

P.M. Hall

2000‑02

R.W. Profitt

1948‑59

S.V. Tims

1983‑92

D.J. Swingler

2003-06

R.G. Groves

1959‑61

T.R. Hill

1992‑95

J.G. Earle

2007-13

A. Hill

1961‑66

D.M. Madigan

1995‑02

R.G. Groves

2013-14

T. Troon

1966‑68

T.R. Hill

2002‑08

B.J. Dymond

2014-16

N. Veitch

1968‑69

K.J. Fennessy

2009-14

T.Troon

2016-

E. van Pamelen

1969‑70

P. Henigan

2014-16

D. Hannam

 

 

1970‑73

S.J. White

 

 

 

 

1973‑76

I.J. Bryce

 

 

 

 

1976‑90

J.G. Earle

 

 

 

 

1990‑91

J.W. McFarlane

 

 

 

 

1991‑95

H.J. Coy

 

 

 

 

1995‑97

J.G. Earle

 

 

 

 

1997‑98

Mrs K.D. Aanensen

 

 

 

 

1998‑99

M.P. Cooper

 

 

 

 

1999‑02

B.J. Dymond

 

 

 

 

2002‑03

G.A. Brien

 

 

 

 

2003‑04

N.T. Dymond

 

 

 

 

2004-08

R. Bevilacqua

 

 

 

 

2008- 12

T. Troon

 

 

 

 

2012-13

Mrs. P Snow

 

 

 

 

2013-14

J. Dunlea

 

 

 

 

2014-15

S. Webb

 

 

 

 

2015-16

J. McNiece

 

 

 

 

2016-17

D. Monk

 

 

 


 

To the Members, Ladies and Gentlemen,

 

The committee of the Port Melbourne Cricket Club has great pleasure in presenting for your approval its Annual Report and Financial Statements for season 2016/17.

 

The Port Melbourne Cricket Club continues to grow with interest and participation of our great game at all time highs. We fielded five senior teams again this season and whilst on field success is within reach, the levels of commitment and enthusiasm to keep improving is very strong.

 

We continued the work and some of the goals set from last year.

 

SHORT TERM GOALS:

                Build the club with a high focus on junior development

§  Get an under 16’s up and running

§  Expand the Milo program

§  Increase player numbers in existing age groups (U12/U14)

§  Establish an All Girls Cricket team

                Field four senior competitive sides

       Establish ourselves as the one of the premier clubs in the newly formed Cricket Victoria Bayside Competition.

                Be financially stable

 

LONG TERM GOALS:

                Integrate junior program into seniors

                Consistently play finals in the Bayside Competition

                Field five competitive senior sides

 

Our Club is a great place to enjoy our game and this enjoyment has brought friends to join and new interest with a total of 71 registered senior players for 2016/17.  We’ll confirm numbers during pre season to determine if we field 4 or again 5 teams this season. There were a number of successful social and fund raising events with the Gala Dinner in February the highlight. We aimed and worked hard for a surplus budget that we achieved with some assets in inventory and some outstanding debtors.

 

We’ll work hard again and continue to connect with all our members and the local community. There was plenty of growing support and interest from local businesses and Community Groups.

 

The Junior ranks are bursting with excitement with the Under 16s stellar performance this season as the pinnacle. Their high skill levels are earning several players opportunities in the senior ranks as well as a number of Under 12s and Under 14s playing representative cricket. The Under 13 Girls Team made it to the Grand Final in their first season too so the medium to long term future is looking very bright for our young cricketers as more will make the transition to senior cricket at PMCC. The Borough Academy will run again soon for all the Juniors who want to get a jump on the start of the Season.

 

There is plenty of work to do behind the scenes by the Committee and volunteers so come and join us to lend a hand. Even if it’s on occasion, it all helps. Have a yarn and share your ideas and input, it will always be appreciated.

 

As with all new years some change will come about. Some of our loyal servants will move for work and family and new faces will be welcomed into our Club too. The new competition, Cricket Victoria’s pilot program, Cricket Southern Bayside has brought about a new level of excitement and administration headed by Warren Griffin. They will continue to introduce innovative changes and work closely with participating clubs on making CSB a standout league to be emulated across Victoria.

 

The Club would also like to thank our generous sponsors throughout the season, including our major sponsors Alan Mance Mitsubishi and Colonial Brewing Co. Also thank you to our Gold Sponsors Property Saint, ACM Parts and Elders Insurance. We appreciate the support of all our sponsors and hope to see you again this coming season.

 

See you all at the Club in season 2017/18.

 

 

2016/17 Port Melbourne Cricket Club Committee

President’s Report

 

What a season it has been! With so many players at our Club enjoying their cricket it’s time to look back at what we achieved this year.

 

There have been a number of highlights throughout the year, some which include-:

·       The future of the Club looking good with a growing Junior Program

·       Grand Final Berths for two of our junior teams with success for the U16’s

·       Fielding 5 teams in the seniors

·       Successful Gala Dinner Event – Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of our 1st XI Premiers in the VSDCA 1987

 

Senior Cricket – A New Era

As we are aware Port Melbourne has gentrified over the years and we see a somewhat transient population in the area. This of course impacts our senior ranks when players move on. The Fisherman’s Bend Project will make things even more interesting in the future with an estimated 80,000 people forecast to move into the vast rezoned area. I imagine a good number of them will want to play organised sport including cricket.

We saw many new faces coming to our club last season. All players and families are welcome here and we look forward to seeing you in action again next season as well as afterwards at the social events.

Our Coach and Head of Cricket Chris Sewell has committed to the Club for 2016 to 2019. We appreciate his coaching prowess, hard work and tireless efforts around the Club. He also pioneered the Junior Academy Program last winter and will offer it again soon. In addition he is meeting many talented players in between clubs or overseas players to recruit them to the Borough. Chris was nominated as the Beating Heart of the Club. The Committee will support him and share the load of non-coaching related tasks he does day in day out around the Club. We look forward to a big pre season and all working hard toward more on field success this coming season.

We continued with fielding 5 seniors sides again in 2016/17. It is quite an achievement and certainly created some logistic challenges when large numbers attended training. There was plenty of talent amongst the playing group and some depth filtering through the ranks. However, we were competitive in most games but couldn’t pull off the results we wanted. The 4th XI made the Semi Finals and played on the hallowed turf at North Port. This was most exciting for all involved but Kingston Hawks ran away with it.  It was great to play a semi but it makes us hungrier for more success and finishing the job next season.

The camaraderie is fantastic and the teams are better than the end results, so it was great to see new friendships made and players enjoying their cricket. This augers well for the season ahead.

 

Our Club Champion Rish Kundavaram had a great first year with both bat and ball and we’re pleased to have him stay. Welcome back Rish, hope you pick up where you left off. Looking forward to a bigger season for all our players.

 

Junior Cricket – Continued Growth

The junior program continues to grow each season and this year was not exception.  We had over 130 junior players registered at the club, which is just fantastic! It’s the first time we had an All Girls Team which was combined with South Melbourne Districts and the Under 16s was an all Port Melbourne team.  With such large numbers the local grounds are require strict time management so everyone gets to train and play. We made some good friends at Melbourne Grammar who assisted us with use of their cricket practice nets at Edwin Flack Park. Thank you to John Jesson for your help. We will work closely with City of Port Phillip into the possibility of utilising other facilities in the area as the junior programs continue to grow.

 

What started as something new nine years ago (Junior Cricket) has reached fruition with more junior players stepping up to senior ranks. Congratulations to Shadi Sideek for his tenacity and continued improvement in the senior first and second sides.

 

Congratulations to Sid Sideek and Dave Burdett as Coach and Team Manager for the Under16 Team to the ultimate success with a most thrilling win against Brighton in the Grand Final.

 

I must thank David Roberts and all his efforts with the Junior Committee Matt Hall and David Burdett for co-ordinating the Junior Program and building it to the success that is. Popularity and uptake of junior cricket in Port Melbourne ensures a continued future for our Club. David Roberts, the work you have done is a greatly is appreciated by everyone involved at our Club. Thanks again!

 

Individual Contributions

 

I’d like to thank the following individuals who contributed in various ways throughout the 2016/17season.

 

·       Nick Veitch and Robert Bevilaqua in organising the great event of the Gala Dinner

·       Chris Sewell as Head of Cricket, Senior Coach, Committee work, the Junior Academy and Captaining the 2nd XI,

·       Daniel Monk for all his efforts as Secretary and Captaing the 3rd XI

·       Daniel Hannam for his accounting, bookkeeping and help around the club

·       David Roberts for his energy and skills in coordinating the junior program

·       Committee members Sid Sideek, Matt Hall and David Burdett for their commitment and dedication

·       Bobby Doughty for his efforts behind the bar and helping out with the cooking

·       Anne Sciberras for running our Bar throughout the whole season and other events

·       Deenu Rajaratnam for his love of cricket and our Club

·       Major sponsors Alan Mance Mitsubishi and Colonial Brewing Co for their support throughout the year.

I would also like to thank all of the players, wives, partners and parents who helped support the club in 2016-17 and attended training, matches and all our social events.

 

Your President

 

It’s been a humbling experience to serve this great Club as your President over the last 12 months and I’m very pleased that I can continue to do so. It’s not just the love of a game that makes a great club. The people around Port and their passion for the players, the members, the Club, the game itself and the whole Community are tangible qualities that make it such a special place to recreate and socialise. I’ll continue to make a difference wherever I can to make our Club even better.

 

We have a big job ahead to continue our fund raising efforts and increasing our profile in the Community. We need more equipment and supporting coach staff for the junior squads in particular so we will work tirelessly at events and projects though out the year ahead. Any support will be greatly appreciated.

 

The Committee are working very hard because we all love this place called Port Melbourne Cricket Club too. Come and chat to us and let us know if you have any great ideas or connections we should speak to or just come along to have a meal or drink in the Social rooms. I look forward to catching up with you, if not at the Club then hope to see you at the games this summer. Go Borough!

 

Eddie van Pamelen – Port Melbourne Cricket Club President 2016-2017

 

Acknowledgements

 

The club thanks the following for their support during the season:

 

SPONSORS

Alan Mance Mitsubishi

Colonial Brewing Co

Property Saint

Clare Castle Hotel

ACM Parts

Elders Insurance

Balanced Bodies

Finance For Living

Cellarbrations Port Melbourne

Messino Fitness

Mr Hobson

Channel Nine – The Block

Coles Port Melbourne

Port Melbourne Chippery

 

CRICKET SOUTHERN BAYSIDE

To the Head of Cricket Warren Griffin and Project Officer Darren Anderson and all Office Bearers we extend our many thanks and appreciation in the inaugral season of the new CSB Competition.

 

CITY OF PORT PHILLIP

A big thank you to Mayor Bernadene Voss for opening our season 2016/17 and continued support of our club. Many thanks to the City of Port Phillip especially Kiara McDonald and Lucas Blatman for their continued efforts in ensuring the playing and training conditions at the Port Melbourne Cricket Ground and at the Woodruff Oval were at their best.  Also thanks to City Wide Staff in particular Keith for their commitment and support throughout the season.

 

CRICKET VICTORIA, CRICKET AUSTRALIA & VICTORIAN STATE GOVERNMENT

Many thanks to CV, CA and VIC GOV for their support of CSB and their generosity in provision of grant funding for All Girls Cricket and Club Capacity and Workforce Development.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLUB VOLUNTEERS

Chris Sewell

Club Coach, Committee work

Daniel Monk

Secretary, Committee work

Daniel Hannam

Treasurer, Committee work

Robert Bevilacqua

Committee work

Shyam (Sid) Sideek

Committee work

David Roberts

Junior Coordinator, Committee work

Matt Hall

Junior Delegate, Committee work

David Burdett

Junior Delegate, Committee work

Robert “Rigga” Bryce

Drinks & General Assistance

Bobby Doughty                           

Drinks and afternoon teas

 


 

Coach’s Report

 

 

With season 2016/17 done and dusted, it’s time to reflect on the past season.

 

For the outset at pre-season training in July, it was evident that we’re again going to blessed with good numbers. A total of 71 players were registered to play throughout the season, and if it hadn’t been for a few injuries and unavailability’s, selection would have been difficult.

 

Form a coaching point of view, I could not fault the contribution and commitment from the playing group. Training sessions were well attended by those who were serious about their game and contribution to the club, with many players achieving a higher than 85% attendance rate.

 

With 5 teams nominated, training is always going to be difficult getting all players through the nets at training and having the time to work on specific players, with a view to improve their technique and game, it was always going to be a tough ask. Most players were happy with their allocated time and understood our situation.

 

From a playing point of view, results were mixed. Our First XI looked to be a quality side, however wins were hard to come by in a tough division. We held our own in many games and were unlucky not to get the desired result in some games. However, at times we were weakened by injury and unavailability, which meant a restructure of the side on many occasions. With a bit more depth and a couple of quality recruits next season, I have no doubt we will be a competitive unit.

 

The second XI returned a pretty good season. From the first game (against eventual premiers), it was evident that we would prove to be very competitive and a finals prospect was certainly within them. A few losses prior to Christmas put us under the pump and it was a matter of playing catch up every game after Christmas and almost an elimination final every week. Eventually we fell just short of a top 4 position, with an outright victory required in the last game. A good effort overall, and the guys should be proud of their efforts, considering there were many players debuting for the club in the 2nd XI early in the year.

 

Our Third XI started the season well and but a lack of consistent contributors saw multiple losses before the break and just couldn’t get a run on after Christmas, With a finals berth probably beyond us, we were able to blood some of the juniors and expose them to two day cricket and an opportunity to gain some valuable experience with their transition to senior cricket, once their junior career were over. All junior players did a great job and will be better for having gained that senior experience moving forward.

 

The highlight of our season was the success of our Fourth XI. From the first game, they proved they were in for a great season and held a position in the top two all season. It was rare for them to drop a game and it’s a credit to the players to continue performing well, week in week out. It was disappointing to fall just short in the semi-final, as they deserved at least a Grand Final spot, if not a premiership.

 

Our Fifth XI once again had a season of missed results. They surprised all last season with wins against sides where, on paper they should’ve lost, however suffered losses against sides where a win should’ve been on the cards. However, they stuck it out and enjoyed their cricket and became a tight unit.

 

Usually a club’s success is judged on the amount of premierships won during the past season. However, any club who are serious about the future, also judge their success in the players and more so the players who return the following season. I am expecting great numbers again in 2017/18. Naturally some players will move on, new players will come to the club, but it’s important we start again in the new season and begin the journey once again to seek the success we desire.

 

Thank you to all the playing group for your support, good times and banter. Thank you also to the match committee who had a tough year behind the scenes but did the job with great commitment.

 

Finally, pre-season training will commence towards the end of July. I urge all players looking to improve their game to get involved as early as you can and put yourself in good stead for next season.

 

Cheers

Chris Sewell

Senior Coach

 

 


 

First XI Report

 

Firstly I would like to thank PMCC for giving me the wonderful opportunity to Captain the Port Melbourne 1st X1 team it was an honour and an invaluable learning experience.  Season 2016/17 was a tough season on the field Port finishing last and with only the one win. It was a disappointing season given the depth in talent we believed we had on hand at the start of the season.

 

We had 23 players play for the 1st X1 team for season 2016/17.

During preseason we were fortunate enough to benefit from the arrival of a number of players who made their PMCC 1st X1 debuts throughout the year – Rish Kundavaram, Mutjaba Hussain, Sufjan Sarguroh, Sam Hewitt, Usman Quaddusi, Ryan Bainborough, Tarun Raina, Narasim Suresh. 

The arrival of a number of guys who played across all grades helped with depth and numbers however from the firsts we were really lacking a potent strike bowler from our attack and we spent the year quite light on in the pace department with both Haroon and Sufjan being unavailable for quite large periods. We also could have done with a top quality batsman.  Our overseas recruit Ryan Bainborough struggled early and then went down with a back injury before the halfway point of the season and headed home.  On top of that, our key bowlers and batsmen didn’t take the opportunities at the right time and make enough of a difference throughout the year. With the team changing regularly due to unavailability along with plenty of new faces, we took some time to gel as a group.

Every one who played in the firsts however has plenty of upside and potential to be unlocked with a solid preseason and more time spent together. 

 

I would like to congratulate from the PMCC juniors Shadi Sideek who worked tirelessly all year and played a hand in some of our stronger batting partnerships, anchoring one end growing in confidence and stature as the year progressed.  I look forward to seeing what this young man does with his cricket going forward.

 

Our standout contributor this year was Rish Kundavaram with his all round game which was reflected in him taking home most of the individual accolades on presentation night. 

 

Some outstanding individual performances throughout the year:

- 104* -  Rish Kundavaram rd 3

- 119* partnership, Shadi and Rish rd 3 

- 5/62 Rish Kundavaram rd 13

- 76 Drew Evans rd 14

- Hat-trick All bowled! – Rish Kundavaram rd 8 

 

There are a few people who I would like to sincerely thank for helping me throughout the year. Thanks to my Vice Captain Drew Evans and also Ryan Monzell for the help, support and counsel throughout the year and special Mentions to Mutjaba Hussain and Adam Metherell for their help on Saturday mornings with teas, setting up the cones etc.

Thanks to the coach Chris Sewell for your tireless work this year. Moving now to off field activities, I would like to thank all the committees, volunteers such as Bobby and Anne, and members for their continued support at PMCC.  As players we are very thankful for this and the work you do behind the scenes.

I would like to take this opportunity to say that I will not be back and playing for season 2017/18 as I have moved further away from Port Melbourne, I am also getting married this September and would like to spend some more time with my wife. Thanks again for the past 2 years and I will be keeping a keen eye on season 2017/18.

Luke Morrison, PMCC 1st Captain 2016/17

First XI Statistics – Season 2016-17

 

Ladder

Batting Averages & Aggregates

Bowling


 

Second XI Report

 

From a Captains point of view, I couldn’t have asked much more of the 31 players that represented the 2nd XI during 2016/17. As usual the season started with a washout, but was on in earnest the following week when we came up against premiership favourites in Parkdale. A very tight win started our season off in the right manner and set up for the season ahead.

 

Throughout the first half of the season we were a bit up and down, whilst remaining in touch for a top 4 berth. However, our form in the white ball games was ordinary to be honest and with a new competition that included shorter form games as part of the regular season, these were games we needed to win. Unfortunately, only winning 2 from a possible 5, left us behind the eight ball in the second half of the season.

 

From early January, every game seemed to be an elimination final, knowing we couldn’t afford to drop a game, in fear of slipping out of contention. Once the two day games returned, so did our winning form. We were a very good unit in the 80 over games due to a mix of experience and eager younger players looking to keep a spot in the team.  Unfortunately, those losses in the one dayers and T20 games caused our demise and we fell just short of securing a top 4 berth and a crack at a premiership.

 

Throughout the season there were plenty of highlights. Shaun Winchcombe’s 8/39 against Parkdale was easily the best highlight with the ball. One of the best spells seen by many for many years, incidentally against quality opposition that went on the win the premiership. There were plenty of highlights with the bat including Jason McNiece’s 109no against Beaumaris and Will Lewis’s 104 against Carnegie, were a stand out. Across the board we hand 9 top order batsmen score 50’s and as mentioned, 2 batsmen with centuries. A marked improvement on the previous year.

 

Congratulations must go to Jason McNiece on winning the 2nd XI Most Valuable Player and also the batting award with 227 runs @ 37.83. A great effort considering Jason played only 7 games in the 2nd XI, whilst playing 4 games in the 1st XI, so a great season from the veteran.

 

Congratulations also to Shaun Winchcombe on taking out the bowling award, contributing 22 wickets @ 17.66, having also play 4 games in the 1st XI. A great effort on wickets where hard work was rewarded.

 

On a fielding note, I thought our efforts in the field were reasonably good. Not too many catches went down over the season and the ones that did, saw use fight back so they didn’t hurt us. This will only get better as the players get to know each other better and play more games together.

 

I would like to take this opportunity to thank a couple of players individually for their assistance around the team. Firstly Vice Captain; Shaun Winchcombe who provided a valuable contribution to the team with not only his bowling efforts, but also his experience he passed onto to the younger players. Also thanks to Altaf Virani, who was first to put his hand up to do what was required around the team. Always putting his hand up for a stint at square leg, usually longer the required number of overs we share throughout the day.

 

Well done all. Looking forward to a bigger 2017/18 and hopefully with what we have learnt this season, we can take some steps to achieve our goals on firstly a finals appearance and more importantly, a premiership.

 

Cheers

Sewelly

2nd XI Captain


 

Second XI Statistics – Season 2016-17

 

 

Ladder

 

Batting


 

Bowling

 


 

Third XI Report

 

It was a tremendous honour for me to lead the 3rd Xi out for Port Melbourne and I would like to thank the Director or Cricket and Match committee for all their support and assistance throughout the year. We set ourselves the target of finals Cricket but sadly we missed this mark by some way, If I was to sum this season up it would be one of missed chances and one that defiantly could have gone a completely different way only for a few partnerships here and there coupled with some chances going our way but sadly that is cricket. I’d also like to thank Ashley Fletcher, Sam Wharton and Deenu Rajaratnam who all stepped in and captained the team when selection saw me playing for the 2’s and their efforts in trying to bring a win to the team.

Whilst not achieving my goal of finals Cricket some players truly did perform above and beyond for the team and rightly played 2nd Xi Cricket based on performance which was one goal for the team in giving our 2nd XI players competition for places which for any successful club is badly needed. We had two standout bowling performances, firstly from Ollie Barker in our victory over Murrenbeena taking 7-36 off an excellent spell of bowling with Altaf Virani our second bowler to take 7 wickets in an innings against Beaumaris when taking 7/63 which sadly was in a losing cause. I’d like to thank all our bowlers for their efforts this season and bowling certainly wasn’t our weakness as we bowled out more than our share of sides this year. But with Cricket if one side of the pitch is going well the other might be causing you problems and sadly it was our batting being ours with only myself (149) and Sam Wharton hitting 103 in 2 hits, passing 100 runs for the season.

In total, we used 36 players throughout the year and I’d like to thank all our players for their efforts and showing the Borough fighting spirit whenever on the pitch. Best Bowler for the Season award goes to Ollie Barker taking a total of 16 wickets at an average of 21.00. Captain’s award for the season went to Dan Hannan who in every game tried his best for the team and always put his body on the line to save a run in the field and provided a few laughs in the process.

With only 2 wins for the season it’s not hard to pick out a highlight of the season but it had to be taking out then top of the table Mentone at North Port Oval, for many of the boys in the 3’s this was their first game appearance at our wonderful home ground and managing to defend a modest 97 by using the advantages of North Port to remove the opposition for 82 and handing Mentone their first defeat of the season.

I’d like to take a moment to recognise our 4 U16’s in Mack & Oscar Burdett, Oscar Roberts and Mitch Van Pamelen, who played for the 3’s this year and performed above and beyond when making appearances for the seniors and defiantly showed the skills that made them U16B Premier’s, Well Done this year boys and I look forward to seeing your names and performances in the 1’s over the coming years.

Finally, I’d like to say one big thank you to Chris Sewell in his capacity of Director of Cricket for all his efforts and countless advice throughout the year to try and give us any advantage going into games. To the President & Committee thank you for your support and help as a Captain and Club Secretary over the year. On a personal note, I have loved every minute of captaining the 3’s and it is with great sadness that turned into my last season with PMCC due to visa issues meaning I have had to return home but would like to thank everyone at the club for helping me fit in and making the club a second home and an experience I will never forget.

 

All the Best and Up the Borough!

 

Daniel Monk 3rdXI Captain

 

 

 

 

 

Third XI Statistics – Season 2016-17

 

Ladder

 


 

Batting

 

Bowling


 

Fourth XI Report

 

It was a pleasure to Captain the Port Melbourne Cricket Club 4th XI for season 2016/17.

 

I spoke to Sewelly during the off season and discussed a few injuries I had over the footy season and probably would struggle playing two dayers and especially bowling long spells. Sewelly suggested that I take onboard the Captaincy of the 4ths as I had experience before captaining a team.

 

We had a very good season from start to finish winning 15 games and only losing 2 to finish second on the ladder after the home and away games.

 

We had a lot of great performances during the season with Josh Boote winning the batting award with 227 runs with an average of 33.86 and myself winning the bowling with 22 wickets at an average of 9.45. There was plenty of other great results with many players taking wickets and scoring runs regularly.

 

It was great to play and skipper with some good players. We had a few games where players from the higher grades filled in at times as they were unavailable for two day games. We also had some good young players in the side from our juniors that got valuable experience playing seniors and they all did a great job.

 

I would like to thank a few people for the season. Firstly Chris Sewell for giving me a go at captaining the team. Also the selection committee for giving me a good side most weeks and did everything they could to help us get into finals. I would like to thank senior players in Nick Veitch, Rob Bevilacqua and Eddie Van Pamelen who helped with the rganizing of the off field work that had to be done before and after games.

 

It was disappointing to fall short in the semi final to Kingston Hawks who we beat during the home and away season, and probably should’ve made a Grand Final. It was great to get to play a final on North Port and it was the first time many of the players have played there, so it was good for those players to get to enjoy the experience. It was a tough day and if it wasn’t for one partnership we couldn’t break during their batting we would’ve been chasing a lower score in the semi final. It’s always hard chasing runs on North Port and losing early wickets didn’t help us. The semi final was probably our worst we played for a long time and it’s a shame we couldn’t play to the form we had leading into the finals. There’s always next year and I’m sure the players will be disappointed, but they will also be keen to go further next season.

 

Hopefully I get through this footy season without any injuries and go back to full fitness and play two day cricket again. It was great to play with a good bunch of blokes during the season. We had a great year and hopefully everyone enjoyed the season.

 

Thanks again to everyone involved and I look forward to season 2017/18

 

Ash Fletcher

4th XI Captain

 

 

 


 

Fourth XI Statistics – Season 2016-17

 


 

Batting

 

 


 

Bowling

 


Fifth XI Report

 

Season 2016/2017 for the Fifth XI ended as it had begun, with great hope and enthusiasm. A season of highs and lows. In all honesty a few more lows than we would have liked as a playing group but that meant the few highs felt as high as the sky. It was indeed an honour and a pleasure to lead this group of players and at this very special place, this institution called the Port Melbourne Cricket Club. I’m certain I echo the sentiments of my Co-Captain Josh Stapleton who shared equally in the pain and pleasures of this rollercoaster ride.

 

I would like to thank the club’s management for putting faith in Josh and myself as a leadership group and then providing us with all the support throughout the season. The fact that we did not deliver the results is no slight on the encouragement that we received as a team in what was a transitional year at the club with many new faces amongst some of the older names.

 

We did finish in the bottom half of the ladder, but that could have been very different had the cricketing gods been kinder to us at some key moments of the season. A tied game, two losses by a solitary run, a couple lost by one wicket and some other very close finishes where we ended up on the wrong side of the result, probably cost us that top four spot. But the fact that we got so close in all those games was a testimony to how hard the team fought and every man’s pride in playing for the Borough, it was disappointing but I’m also immensely proud. This fight was mixed in the midst of some capitulations, most memorable was the nightmarish 40 minutes at Murphy’s on the 15th of January. Although we bounced back with a win the following Sunday, it drove us for the rest of the year.

 

The season saw us use 45 players in all, some stayed longer than the others. Some of the 45 graduated to the Fourths and Thirds and some even the Seconds. It was refreshing to see talent and performance being rewarded, but that also meant replacements were a regular feature. And some those replacements were exceptional and entertaining. Despite those numbers and results, we managed to keep a steady core group of players who enjoyed playing with each other and their individual roles in the team especially towards the end of the season. Something I personally enjoyed was the presence of some of the junior players. Their drive and energy rubbed off on some the older players. That desire to succeed and prove a point was a refreshing injection to the team.

 

Just as it looked like the ship had sunk, we found a second wind. It coincided with those juniors turning up and a few players taking ownership of their positions. As a team we had every base covered, we had it all, from a former first class player to one who is well on his way at 11 years old. Nick Lloyd’s wisdom, Oli Baker’s commitment, Billy Sewell’s enthusiasm, the 11 year old Corey Sewell’s unwavering temperament, Josh Stapleton’s relentless focus, Ben Larson’s honesty, Sumanth Bokka’s discipline Nichy Benson’s confidence and then we met Osama Khan’s flamboyance and Jam Mustanzur’s nonchalance. Oh, what could have been! So, just as we started off the season with hope we also ended it with a lot of it, and I look forward to all those names and some others returning to finish the journey we all started together.

 

Here is to that flag.

 

Sincerely

 

Deenu Rajaratnam


 

Fifth XI Statistics – Season 2016-17

 

Ladder


 

Batting

 

 


 

Bowling

 


 

Senior 2016-17 Award Winners

 

 

A. Bogdanoff Club Champion

Rish Kundavaram

 

Graeme Anderson 1st X1 Club Champion

Rish Kundavaram

           

2nd XI Batting Champion

Jason McNiece

 

2nd XI Bowling Champion

Shaun WInchcombe

 

President’s Award

Altaf Virani

 

Best Clubman Award

Deenu Rajaratnam

 

Coach’s Award

Altaf Virani

 

 

Duck Award

Ramesh Sapkota

 

Club Records during Season 2016/17

N/A

 


 

VTCA Records

 

 


 

 

VTCA Records (Continued)

 

 

 


 

 

Highest Partnerships

 

 


 

VTCA RECORDS CONTINUED

 

 

Highest Team Total:          1st XI       9/410      v Cheltenham                                 2009/10

                                          2nd XI      8/360      v Brighton District                          2011/12

                                          3rd XI       5/510      v Chelsea                                       2008/09

                                          4th XI       9/371      v Highett                                         2007/08

 

Most Wickets in a Match: 1st XI       13/63      J.Boyle                v Murrumbeena  2009/10

                                          2nd XI      13/82      J. Snow               v Heatherton       2012/13

                                          3rd XI       12/58      L.Holman            v Cheltenham      2004/05

                                          4th XI       7/5          V.Jayaram           v Middle Park     2014/15

 

Highest Individual Score:    1st XI       221         M. Daykin         v Parkdale       2008/09

                                             2nd XI      142n.o.   L. Dawkins       v Parkdale       2012/13

                                             3rd XI       166         M. Mistero        v Port Melbourne 2007/08

                                             4th XI       143n.o    J. Wilkinson     v Beaumaris    2009/10

 

Most Runs in a Season:      1st XI       888         M.Daykin                                   2011/12

                                             2nd XI      470          Y.Subedi                                  2011/12

                                             3rd XI       438         M.Mistero                                  2007/08

                                             4th XI       516         J.Birch                                      2007/08

 

Most Wickets in a Season:  1st XI       47           M.Daykin                                   2008/09

                                             2nd XI      34           A. Fletcher                                2014/15

                                             3rd XI       28           L.Khan                                       2010/11

                                             4th XI       22           K. Haque / V. Jayaram              2014/15                 

 

 

 

Hat Tricks

 

Warren Peterson                  2nd X1     2002/03

Blair Hill                               2nd X1     2005/06

Stephen Snow                                 4th X1      2007/08

Kym Lawrence                                 1st X1      2008/09

Stephen Snow                                 4th X1      2009/10

Laka Ullah Khan                  3rd X1      2010/11

Josh Boyle                           1st X1      2011/12

Michael Black                      3rd X1      2011/12

Justin Snow                         2nd XI      2012/13

Ashlay Fletcher                    3rd XI       2014/15

Rish Kundavaram                1st XI       2016/17

                     


 

Premiership History

 

VSDCA Championship Titles

 

1984/85

 

1986/87 (joint)

 

Premierships

 

1st X1

 

2nd X1

 

3rd X1

 

4th X1

First Grade (10)

 

Second Grade (7)

 

Third Grade (9)

 

Fourth Grade 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1990/91 (VSDCA)

 

2011/12 (VTCA)

 

2010/11 (VTCA)

 

2011/12 (VTCA)

1986/87 (VSDCA)

 

2010/11 (VTCA)

 

2007/08 (VTCA)

 

2007/08 (VTCA)

1984/85 (VSDCA)

 

 

 

 

 

 

1943/44 (VSDCA)

 

2007/08 (VTCA)

 

1996/97 (VSDCA)

 

1981/82 (VSDCA)

1937/38 (VSDCA)

 

 

 

1991/92 (VSDCA)

 

1960/61 (VSDCA)

1916/17 (VSDCA)

 

1961/62 (VSDCA)

 

1971/73 (VSDCA)

 

1958/59 (VSDCA)

1913/14 (VSDCA)

 

1960/61 (VSDCA)

 

1971/72 (VSDCA)

 

1949/50 (VSDCA)

1912/13 (VSDCA)

 

1957/58 (VSDCA)

 

1959/60 (VSDCA)

 

 

1911/12 (VSDCA)

 

1953/54 (VSDCA)

 

1953/54 (VSDCA)

 

 

1908/09 (VSDCA)

 

1908/09 (VSDCA)

 

1952/53 (VSDCA)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

SUB DISTRICT

1ST XI STATISTICS.

 

 

 

Most matches

 

J. Woodruff                           269                  D. McColl                               151

G. Anderson                         258                  M. McKenzie                         142

J. Conole                               202                 R. Bevilacqua                        142 (23)

A. Bogdanoff                         194                  V. Aanensen                         131

R. Tinsley                              181                  D. Fogarty                              126

S. Davidson                           179 (1)            G. McBurney                         114

L. Halfpenny                          172                  P. O’Meara                             111

R. Bryce                                 171                  R. McKenzie                          111

J. Mahoney                           170                  R. Chivers                             110

W. Sweeney                          158                  G. Menzies                            105

T. Lahiff                                 156                  R. Agar                                   104

B. Doyle                                  152 (27)          N. Schinck                             102

 

 

Most Runs

 

G. Anderson                         7732                G. Menzies                            2831

T. Lahiff                                 5123                J. Woodruff                           2631

L. Halfpenny                          4809                I. Lee                                      2624

J. Conole                               4332                P. O’Meara                             2525

W. Sweeney                          4133                D. Fogarty                              2449

J. Mahoney                           4026                A. Rademacher                    2278

R. Bevilacqua                        3346 (443)      D. McColl                               2249

R. Bryce                                 3213                S. Tims                                  2169

G. McBurney                         2892                L. Brighthope                       2044

 

Most Wickets

 

J. Woodruff                           625                  S. Anderson                         255

A. Bogdanoff                         556                  B. Doyle                                  255 (14)

B. McColl                               342                  K. Walker                               251

R. Tins1ey                             342                  S. Davidson                           246

J. Conole                               320                  M. McColl                              246

M. McKenzie                         313                  V. Aanensen                         242

F. Lalor                                   309                  L. Hill                                      239

T. Lahiff                                 307                  T. Keenan                              207

Sub District Records

 

All-Time Individual Records

 

Most Matches

 

350            J. SALVADO                                 IVANHOE, MALVERN and CROYDON

339            J. CRAIG                                        ORMOND

288            J. LAW                                          YARRAVILLE

284            S. THOMPSON                               KEW

282            C. HYLAND                                   ORMOND

277            J. BIRCH                                        CAMBERWELL

272            J. SWANSON                                BRUNSWICK

269            J. WOODRUFF                               PORT MELBOURNE

258            G. R. ANDERSON                          PORT MELBOURNE

 

Most Runs                                                                                     Average         100’s          50’s

 

8963          J. CRAIG                      ORMOND                                       27.40               5                44

8916          C. V. HOLTEN              MALVERN and OAKLEIGH            58.65               19              50

8895          W. J. DOWLING           BRUNSWICK                                  30.67               12              43

8523          J. BARNES                  WILLIAMSTOWN                           39.09               12              57

7732          G. R. ANDERSON        PORT MELBOURNE                       36.47               6                51

7612          J. LAW                        YARRAVILLE                                22.06               4                33

7489          S. THOMPSON             KEW                                              29.02               8                41

7301          C. HYLAND                 ORMOND                                       28.85               5                33

7107          J. SWANSON              BRUNSWICK                                  30.24               10              28

 

Most Wickets

 

857            W. J. RAYSON            CAULFIELD and KEW

835            J. SALVADO               IVANHOE, MALVERN and CROYDON

787            J. BIRCH                      CAMBERWELL

644            E. RUTENFELDS          PRESTON

643            J. WILDSMITH              SUNSHINE

626            J. WOODRUFF             PORT MELBOURNE

621            S. DAVIS                     BALWYN


 

Port Melbourne Cricket Club Records

(Compiled by Peter Vesty)

 

Highest Team Total:          1st XI       8/474      v Hawthorn                                       1913/14

                                          2nd XI       409         v Williamstown (semi)                      1959/60

                                          3rd XI       9/381      v Yarraville                                      1993/94

                                          4th XI       6/353      v Collingwood                                  1953/54

 

Lowest Team Total:           1st XI       26           v Yarraville                                      1954/55

                                          2nd XI       28           v Williamstown                                 1965/66

                                          3rd XI       18           v Fitzroy                                           1943/44

                                          4th XI       19           v Brunswick                                      1950/51

                                                         19           v Northcote                                      1936/37

 

Highest Individual Score:    1st XI       200 n.o.  L. Halfpenny      v Balwyn         1949/50

                                             2nd XI       233 n.o.  G. Menzies         v Kew              1953/54

                                             3rd XI       147         A. Rider              v Yarraville     1991/92

                                             4th XI       188         C. Pasquill          v N.M.O.B.      1982/83

 

Most Runs in a Season:      1st XI       744         A. Wright                                    1984/85

                                             2nd XI       683         W. Featherston                           1943/44

                                             3rd XI       594         E. Allen                                     1967/68

                                             4th XI       557         R. Bryce                                     1987/88

 

Most Wickets in a Season:  1st XI       74           K. Walker                                   1975/76

                                             2nd XI       66           T. Keenan                                 1955/56

                                             3rd XI       74           A. Disher                                    1926/27

                                             4th XI       60           K. Dunbar                                  1951/52

 

Best Bowling Performance:   10 wickets in an innings.

 

                                             E. Dalton   10/25 for 3rd XI       v        Northcote          1948/49

 

Best Bowling:                      1st XI       9/17     L. Hill               v       Elsternwick      1949/50

                                                            and caught other batsman.

                                             2nd XI       9/42     M. Lane           v Altona                   1989/90

                                             3rd XI       10/25   E. Dalton         v Northcote              1948/49

                                             4th XI       9/36     J. Mahoney      v Brunswick (final)    1958/59

 

Best Match Figures:   1st XI       15/173 (6/95,9/78)    R.Burns           v Footscray                1947/48

                                    2nd XI       15/56 (8/9,7/47)        V.Aanensen    v Camberwell            1976/77

                                    3rd XI       13/75 (4/32,9/43)      B.Molloy         v Altona                    1991/92

                                    4th XI       15/74 (6/38,9/36)      J. Mahoney    v.Brunswick (final)     1958/59

 

Hat Tricks:                   1st XI       T. Testro                   v Essendon                       1888/89

 

                                                   Russell                      v Hawthorn                        1897/98

                                                   H. Kelly                     v Malvern (final)                1908/09

                                                   B. McColl                 v Coburg                           1914/15

                                                   V. Bond                    v Caulfield                        1918/19

                                                   J. McColl                  v Brunswick                       1919/20

                                                   S. Anderson              v Williamstown                  1921/22

                                                   F. McCormack          v Camberwell                    1923/24

                                                   J. Woodruff               v Essendon                       1937/38

                                                  *A. Bogdanoff            v Preston                           1941/42

                                                   H. Parker                   v Yarraville                       1942/43

                                                   T. Lahiff                    v Brunswick (final)             1945/46

                                                   J.Woodruff                v Caulfield                        1950/51

2 hat tricks in same innings.     J.Woodruff                v Hawthorn-E. Melb.         1956/57

                                    and         A.Golding

                                                   Jim Mahoney            v Preston                           1966/67

                                                   V. Aanensen             v Geelong                         1973/74

                                                   C.Pasquill                 v Sunshine                        1977/78

                                    * First match with 1st XI, all bowled

 

                                    2nd XI       G. Glover                                                           1928/29

                                                   M. Sykes                   v Malvern (final)                1938/39

                                                   G. Price                    v Brighton                         1940/41

                                                   E. Dalton                  v Kew                                1952/53

                                                   J. Woodruff Jnr.         V Oakliegh                        1963/64

                                                   W. Billing                  v Williamstown                  1966/67

                                                   D. Byrne                    v Ringwood                       1966/67

                                                   S. Dunne                  v Williamstown                  1985/86

 

                                    3rd XI       R. Julier                    v Brunswick                       1938/39

                                                   L. Woodward             v Northcote                       1938/39

                                                   R. Oxworth                v Northcote                       1949/50

                                                   G. Bryce                   v Preston (semi)                1972/73

                                                   M. Page                                                             1973/74

                                                   R. Dunn                    v Brunswick                       1985/86

                                                   S. Morris                   v Coburg                           1992/93

                                                   R. McKenzie             v Broadmeadows              1996/97

 

                                    4th XI       R. Barrand                v Port Melb. 3rds               1947/48

                                                   D. Quinlan                v Preston                           1955/56

                                                   D. Johns                    v Brunswick                       1957/58

                                                   J. Young                   v Fitzroy                            1959/60

                                                   H. Bickerton              v Coburg                           1964/65

                                                   S. Camov                  v Yarraville                       1972/73

                                                   R. Agar                     v Brunswick                       1975/76

                                                   M. Lane                    v Ivanhoe                          1977/78

                                                   N. Bolan                   v Sunshine                        1975/76     

 

Wicketkeepers – most victims in an innings

 

1st XI                         7 (3c,4s)     K. Spicer                  v Sunshine                        1979/80

2nd XI                         7 (7c)         P.Goss                      v Ormond                          1970/71

3rd XI                            not known.

4th XI                            not known.

 

Most victims in a season.

 

1st XI                         34 (23c,11s)                                N.Marshall                        1963/64

2nd XI                         not known.

3rd XI                         not known.

4th XI                         not known.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Record partnerships:

 

1st XI       1.      192      R. Cullen and W. Glover                      v H.E.Melbourne      1940/41

               2.      240      G. McBurney and R. Bevilacqua         v Ormond                 1987/88

               3.      215      A. Crighton and E. Kelly                      v Malvern                 1908/09

               4.      234*     L. Halfpenny and W. Sweeney             v Williamstown         1946/47

               5.      154      J. Rogers and H. Crompton                  v Footscray              1930/31

               6.      141*     L. Brighthope and S. Tims                   v Caulfield               1944/45

               7.      124      A. Rademacher and H. Brereton          v Malvern                 1913/14

               8.      140      F. Lalor and R. Agar                            v Ormond                 1962/63

               9.      103      C. Pasquill and R. Allen                      v Moorabbin            1969/70

               10.    101      J. Woodruff and J. Coy                         v Ivanhoe                 1938/39

 

2nd XI      1.      186      G. Bryce and R. Bryce                         v Geelong                1977/78

               2.      195      D. Fogarty and J. Mahoney                  v Preston                  1953/54

               3.      175      T. Smith and G. Lee                            v Coburg                  1966/67

               4.      154      A. Bogdanoff and J. Mahoney             v H.E.Melbourne      1957/58

               5.      139      B. Molloy and S. Davidson                  v Yarraville              1982/83

               6.      134      E. Fitzgerald and A.I. Bogdanoff         v Williamstown         1959/60

               7.      207      G. Menzies and R. Bryce                     v Kew                       1953/54

               8.      117      T. Lahiff and R. Bryce                         v Balwyn                  1953/54

               9.      93        W. Burns and J. McFarlane                  v Preston (final)        1953/54

               10.    79*       R. Allen and K. Gumus                        v Werribee               1986/87

                                   

3rd XI       1.      167      R. Crooke and E. Allen                        v Yarraville              1967/68

               2.      204      P. Audus and J. Mahoney                    v Essendon              1952/53

               3.      158      J. Cooper and K. Robb                        v Richmond             1939/40

               4.                  not known at this stage

               5.      203      W. Harvey and L. Plumridge                v Fitzroy                   1953/54

               6.                  not known at this stage

               7.      202      J. Lindsay and P. McKenna                 v Coburg                  1996/97

               8.      163      G. Brien and W. Peterson                    v Brunswick              1999/00

               9.      70        R. Congues and J. Earle                      v Williamstown         1966/67

               10.                not known at this stage

 

4th XI       1.      109      R. Dunne and G. Lee                           v Preston                  1956/57

               2.      161      G. Lee and E. Plant                             v Malvern                 1955/56

               3.      179      R. Bryce and W. Duscher                     v Broadmeadows     1984/85

               4.      142*     K. Fennessy and P. O’Flynn                 v Carlton                  1948/49

               5.      99        T. Lahiff and G. Lahiff                         v Brunswick              1956/57

               6.      148      I. Bryce and D. Keltie                          v Bulleen (final)       1981/82

               7.      97        W. Broad and M. Leith                         v Richmond             1940/41

               8.      86        J. McGuiness and A. Pettiona             v M.H.S.O.B.            1949/50

               9.      109      J. Earle and R. Dowd                           v Oakleigh               1965/66

               10     106      R. Groves and B. Sutcliffe                   v Werribee               1999/00

 

50 Year Service Awards

 

Seconded person from the left               Peter Vesty

Fourth person from the left                      Jimmy Earle

 

Presented to PMCC Life Members for 50 year service to cricket, from

Cricket Victoria

 

Congratulations !!


Club Champion – Honour Roll

 

 


Year

Player

Total Points

 

Year

Player

Total Points

1975/76

K. Walker

Not Known

 

2001/02

N. Dymond

531

1976/77

N. Turnbull

875

 

2002/03

R. Hayes

591

1977/78

R. Bryce

Not Known

 

2003/04

C. Durbridge

723

1978/79

M. Lane

650

 

2004/05

M. Lugg

388

1979/80

D. Southam

826

 

2005/06

M. Lugg

538

1980/81

G. Anderson

829

 

2006/07

S. Winchcombe

729

1981/82

R. McKenzie

1032

 

2007/08

L. Khan

586

1982/83

C. Pasquill

1899

 

2008/09

M. Daykin

1362

1983/84

G. Anderson

1235

 

2009/10

M. Daykin

983

1984/85

A. Wright

1619

 

2010/11

M. Daykin

593

1985/86

G. Anderson

996

 

2011/12

M. Daykin

1083

1986/87

G. Anderson

738

 

2012/13

M. Daykin

842

1987/88

R. Bryce

747

 

2013/14

M. Daykin

702

1988/89

R. McKenzie

561

 

2014/15

J. Snow

747

1989/90

R. Brearley

576

 

2015/16

J. Smith-Butler

 

1990/91

S. Davidson

571

 

2016/17

R. Kundavaram

 

1991/92

B. Mollly

704

 

 

 

 

1992/93

R. McKenzie

569

 

 

 

 

1993/94

B. Doyle

583

 

 

 

 

1994/95

G. McBurney

556

 

 

 

 

1995/96

M. Lane

814

 

1996/97

R. McKenzie

683

 

1997/98

M. Lane

749

 

1998/99

R. Groves

408

 

1999/00

T. White

745

 

2000/01

M.Lugg

482

 

 

Notes: From 2014/15           The Club Champion is from the 1st or 2nd XI and does not include finals games

Historical Individual Average Winners

 

1st XI

`

2nd XI

Season

Batting

Bowling

 

Season

Batting

Bowling

1968-69

J. MAHONEY

D.BYRNE

 

1968-69

T.WALLISH

W.HIDSON

1969-70

E.WALE

 R.PROFITT

 

1969-70

R.PASQUILL

W.MASTERTON

1970-71

G.BROWN

J. CONOLE

 

1970-71

R.AGAR

G.WILSMORE

1971-72

N.SCHINCK

G.WILSMORE

 

1971-72

R.AGAR

R.AGAR

1972-73

J.PETERS

R.PROFITT

 

1972-73

C.PASQUILL

V.AANENSEN

1973-74

R.BRYCE

J.PETERS

 

1973-74

S.WHITE

G.BRYCE

1974-75

E.WALE

K.WALKER

 

1974-75

R.BRYCE

S.WHITE

1975-76

G.ANDERSON

K.WALKER

 

1975-76

C.PASQUILL

S.WHITE

1976-77

G.ANDERSON

K.WALKER

 

1976-77

S.WHITE

R.TINSLEY

1977-78

R.PASQUILL

K.WALKER

 

1977-78

R.BRYCE

P.COOTE

1978-79

S. NICHOLSON

K.WALKER

 

1978-79

M.LANE

C. McWHINNEY

1979-80

G.ANDERSON

C.PASQUILL

 

1979-80

T. UNDERWOOD

T. UNDERWOOD

1980-81

G.ANDERSON

R.ALLEN

 

1980-81

R.BRYCE

T.UNDERWOOD

1981-82

G.ANDERSON

L. HIGGINS

 

1981-82

D.SOUTHAM

M. LANE

1982-83

G. ANDERSON

R. TINSLEY

 

1982-83

G.BRYCE

R.BURRAGE

1983-84

G. ANDERSON

D. DUSCHER

 

1983-84

W.DUSCHER

D.ROSS

1984-85

P.0’MEARA

A. WRIGHT

 

1984-85

P.LOUGHNAN

R. BURRAGE

1985-86

G.ANDERSON

R. TINSLEY

 

1985-86

S. MATTHEWS

S.DUNN

1986-87

G. ANDERSON

V. AANENSEN

 

1986-87

R.ALLEN

R.KINNAIRD

1987-88

P.CROCKER

B.DOYLE

 

1987-88

M.LANE

M.LANE

1988-89

R.BEVILACQUA

K.PIESSE

 

1988-89

R.ALLEN

R.McKENZIE

1989-90

G.ANDERSON

B.DOYLE

 

1989-90

D.DUSCHER

R.McKENZIE

1990-91

G. ANDERSON

M. GARDNER

 

1990-91

S.NICHOLSON

R.McKENZIE

1991-92

G.McBURNEY

G.DOYLE

 

1991-92

S. NICHOLSON

S. DAVIDSON

1992-93

R.BEVlLACQUA

G. JOYCE

 

1992-93

R. DAVIES

R. McKENZIE

1993-94

D. JOHNSTONE

B. DOYLE

 

1993-94

M. BONTOMPELLI

R. McKENZIE

1994-95

S. NICHOLSON

B. DOYLE

 

1994-95

P. WALE

R. McKENZIE

1995-96

G. ANDERSON

R. McKENZIE

 

1995-96

P. O’REILLY

R. ELLIOTT

 


 

HISTORICAL AVERAGE WINNERS (continued)

 

 

1st XI

`

2nd XI

Season

Batting

Bowling

 

Season

Batting

Bowling

1996-97

T. WHITE

R. OLDHAM

 

1996-97

B. DYMOND

W. McGEE

1997-98

G. ANDERSON

T. WHITE

 

1997-98

W. MCGEE

R. ELLIOTT

1998-99

D. ARNOLD

M. LUGG

 

1998-99

M. BLACK

M. GOULIMIS

1999-00

T. WHITE

T. WHITE

 

1999-00

S. NICHOLSON

N. DYMOND

2000-01

R. ELLIOTT

R. OLDHAM

 

2000-01

B. DYMOND

M. COOPER

2001-02

NO AWARD

NO AWARD

 

2001-02

NO AWARD

NO AWARD

2002-03

R. HAYES

R. OLDHAM

 

2002-03

D. HAYES

N. HEFFERNAN

2003-04

C.DURBRIDGE

C. DURBRIDGE

 

2003-04

J. McNIECE

A. HILL

2004-05

M. LUGG

M. WALTON

 

2004-05

M. MISTERO

A. HILL

2005-06

N. WARD

J. SNOW

 

2005-06

D. McAULEY

B. HILL

2006-07

B. SUTCLIFFE

J. SNOW

 

2006-07

N. CHRIMES

L. HOLMAN

2007-08

S  PIERCY

M. LUGG

 

2007-08

C. FUSSELL

N. AMIN

2008-09

M. DAYKIN

M. DAYKIN

 

2008-09

B. HILL

M. ROBERTS

2009-10

M. DAYKIN

J.BOYLE

 

2009-10

N. CHEEMA

A.HILL

2010-11

M. DAYKIN

No Award

 

2010-11

A. ADEEL

P. GOODCHILD

2011-12

M. DAYKIN

S.COLE

 

2011-12

Y.SUBEDI

Z.SHAH

2012-13

M. DAYKIN

A. KHAWAJA

 

2012-13

J. MOORE

J. DUNLEA

2013-14

M. DAYKIN

S. COLE

 

2013-14

N. VEITCH

J. DUNLEA

2014-15

M. DAYKIN

J. BOYLE

 

2014-15

B. HILL

A. FLETCHER

2015-16

J.SMITH-BUTLER

H. SMEED

 

2015-16

No Award

H. CAMPBELL

2016-17

R KUNDAVARAM

No Award

 

2016-17

J. McNIECE

S. WINCHCOMBE

 


 

HISTORICAL AVERAGE WINNERS (continued)

 

3rd XI

`

4th XI

Season

Batting

Bowling

 

Season

Batting

Bowling

1970-71

W.DALEY

R.COOK

 

1970-71

J. JENKINS

J. JENKINS

1971-72

R. RIDGEWELL

R. PASQUILL

 

1971-72

I. BRYCE

I. BRYCE

1972-73

R.AGAR

F. BROOMFIELD

 

1972-73

G. DERMOTT

G. LEE

1973-74

P. HALL

F. BROOMFIELD

 

1973-74

R. BAKER

R. PLUMRIDGE

1974-75

P. GOSS

R. DREVER

 

1974-75

R.BRYCE

R. PLUMRIDGE

1975-76

F. BROOMFIELD

F. BROOMFIELD

 

1975-76

N. BOLAN

R. AGAR

1976-77

M. GOSS

J. TRAILL

 

1976-77

I. BRYCE

R. YOUNG

1977-78

P. HALL

C. McWHINNEY

 

1977-78

L. HEYWOOD

D. HARKINS

1978-79

R. BAKER

I. BUCKINGHAM

 

1978-79

D. SWINGLER

S. McBROOM

1979-80

R. BAKER

W. DUSCHER

 

1979-80

I. BRYCE

A. FOOTE

1980-81

M. GOSS

S. DOYLE

 

1980-81

C. MORRIS

A. FOOTE

1981-82

C.PASQUILL

R.McKENZIE

 

1981-82

I. BRYCE

D.KELTIE

1982-83

C.PASQUILL

P.COOTE

 

1982-83

D. SWINGLER

B.MELVILLE

1983-84

NO AWARD

NO AWARD

 

1983-84

NO AWARD

NO AWARD

1984-85

R. BRYCE

R. BRYCE

 

1984-85

NO AWARD

NO AWARD

1985-86

J. COY

J. COY

 

1985-86

NO AWARD

NO AWARD

1986-87

P. WALE

B. MOLLOY

 

1986-87

R. BRYCE

R. BRYCE

1987-88

J. McFARLANE

No Award

 

1987-88

R. BRYCE

G. DOYLE

1988-89

G. HESFORD

G. DOYLE

 

1988-89

NO AWARD

NO AWARD

1989-90

A. RIDER

W. McGEE

 

1989-90

NO AWARD

NO AWARD

1990-91

M. SPATARO

W. McGEE

 

1990-91

R. BRYCE

R. BRYCE

1991-92

A. RIDER

B. MOLLOY

 

1991-92

R. BRYCE

P. O’ROURKE

1992-93

R. ELLIOTT

B. MOLLOY

 

1992-93

R. BRYCE

J. COY

1993-94

P. WALE

R. GROVES

 

1993-94

J. COY

R. BREARLEY

1994-95

M. HARTIGAN

R. OLDHAM

 

1994-95

B. ARTHUR

J. STRIPEIKIS

1995-96

M. LANE

M. PATCHETT

 

1995-96

NO AWARD

NO AWARD

1996-97

P. O’REILLY

R. McKENZIE

 

1996-97

NO AWARD

NO AWARD

1997-98

P. O’REILLY

M. LANE

 

1997-98

NO AWARD

NO AWARD

 


 

Historical Average Winners (continued)

 

 

3rd XI

`

4th XI

Season

Batting

Bowling

 

Season

Batting

Bowling

1998-99

P. O’REILLY

R. GROVES

 

1998-99

NO AWARD

NO AWARD

1999-00

P. O’REILLY

P. O’REILLY

 

1999-00

R. GROVES

R. GROVES

2000-01

P. O’REILLY

NO AWARD

 

2000-01

G. SUTCLIFFE

L. YATES

2001-02

N. DYMOND

N. DYMOND

 

2001-02

J. McNIECE

L. EVEMY

2002-03

NO AWARD

NO AWARD

 

2002-03

NO AWARD

NO AWARD

2003-04

NO AWARD

NO AWARD

 

2003-04<