Today is the day, Stags. Our First Grade team take on Sydney in the Conference Final of the T20 Cup at Chatswood Oval from 2:30 PM. It's also our Past Players, Volunteers and Supporters Day. Hospitality (drinks and food) will be open from 2pm. For those who can't make it, the game is being broadcast on Kayo Sports from 2:25 PM. #carnstags...
We are delighted to invite all Stags players and supporters to Chatswood Oval on Sunday, for what should be a fantastic day of cricket - the final of the Sixers conference in the KST20 Cup. We are incredibly proud of the efforts and performance of our T20 side throughout their season. With a large crowd expected, and TV/radio broadcast, it will be a great opportunity to celebrate their success and support them on our beloved home turf one last time this season.
GDCC had four representatives at the U19 National Championships held in Adelaide over the past 10 days: Luke Callanan, Joey Gillard, Bryce Cook and Karan Katli.
Congratulations to Luke Callanan and NSW Metro for an undefeated Championship. NSW Metro dominated the competition throughout and were worthy winners in the end. Luke took 6 wickets at 19.5 over 4 games, including an important scalp in the final. Best figures of 3/32 v NT.
Joey Gillard captained the NSW Country side, which also included Bryce Cook and Karan Katli. Despite a tough tournament, the NSW Country team finished on a high with a victory over Tasmania. Joey finished with 228 runs at an average of 38 which included a magnificent century against QLD Metro and 63 v VIC Metro. Bryce finished with 3 wickets for the tournament, with a highlight of 2/49 v QLD Metro. Karan took 7 wickets in 6 matches at 35.29, with best figures of 3/31 v QLD Metro.