Gary Slack

Defibrillator at the club

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Nov 042016
 

Well done to the committee who have organised a defibrillator at the club. Lets hope we never have to use it, but it is there just in case anyone needs it.

Mary Read once again organised this and there will be a First Aid night to demonstrate how to use it in the near future.

In the meantime, I noticed there are instructions to follow.

 

David Parkinson

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Oct 282016
 

This afternoon we say goodbye to one of the great people from the Kensington Cricket Club in David Parkinson, known to all as DH.

His achievements have been extraordinary in business ,on the sporting field and as a volunteer across a wide range of roles at the Kensington Club. David’s most recent role has been as patron of our club.

An enormous supporter of the Browns and he loved to watch the cricket from the clubrooms at Parkinson oval. David ‘s three sons in Sam, Paul and Tom all played at the Kensington club as well.

David’s name is all over the honour and achievement boards in the club with life membership and batting awards. He has been a pioneer in the sporting industry and a remarkable part of the history of the Kensington Cricket Club.

The Kensington community sends their warmest regards and best wishes to all of David’s family, we will all miss DH.         

another Kensington player added to the list !!

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Oct 202016
 

Good afternoon,

 

Just to clarify some details from the messenger article ,another Kensington player Lucas Froude is actually the captain of the PAC team but was away with the state U17 at the time of the photo and therefore PAC and Kensington’s Hamish Porter stepped in to the role as captain for the photo.  

 

Here is another great article from the Messenger paper this week highlighting the fact that 5 of the First 11 School captains have played or are currently playing at Kensington.

 

All of them have developed their cricket through our junior system and are flourishing for their schools.

 

We have Dylan Smith from Rostrevor College, Lucas Froude from PAC,Sam Carruthers from Pembroke,James du Preez from Adelaide High and Eddie Steele from Scotch College.

 

The Messenger Bowl School series is very prestigious and starts this Saturday.

 

Good luck to all the teams.    

 

5 school captains from Kensington

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Oct 202016
 

Here is another great article from the Messenger paper this week highlighting the fact that 5 of the First 11 School captains have played or are currently playing at Kensington.

All of them have developed their cricket through our junior system and are flourishing for their schools.

We have Dylan Smith from Rostrevor College, Hamish Porter from PAC,Sam Carruthers from Pembroke,James du Preez from Adelaide High and Eddie Steele from Scotch College.

The Messenger Bowl School series is very prestigious and starts this Saturday.

Good luck to all the teams.    

In the footsteps of Warnie

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Oct 172016
 

Great article by Andrew Capel in the Advertiser last Saturday about some of our talented young cricketers at the club

Just play Cricket by Ian Chappell

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Oct 172016
 

Great article by former Australian test Captain Ian Chappell about the importance of just playing cricket and that abuse, ridicule and inane chatter is not part of the game.

Australian selection for Lloyd Pope

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Oct 132016
 

Congratulations to young Kensington leg spinner selected in the Australian team for the U19 National Championships. Lloyd was the only SA player selected and finished with the most wickets for the tournament with 18 and also was runner up in the Player of the Tournament. An outstanding achievement.

 

 

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The CA XI named for the Under 19 National Championships

 

CA XI

Will Sutherland, VIC Metro (C)
Iain Carlisle, NSW Metro
Jack Edwards, NSW Metro
Zak Evans, VIC Metro
Joel Foster, NSW Metro
Jarrod Freeman, TAS
Mackenzie Harvey, CA XI (Victoria)
Angus Lovell, QLD
Darcy Marsh, QLD
Lloyd Pope, SA
Patrick Rowe, VIC Country
Jason Sangha, ACT/NSW Country
Emile van der Merwe, WA
Austin Waugh, NSW Metro 

Standby players: Shubham Bhargave, VIC Metro; Lachlan Prince, QLD; Matthew Willans, QLD.

Player of the Championships: Angus Lovell, QLD. Runner Up: Lloyd Pope, SA
Leading run-scorer: Angus Lovell, QLD – 489 runs at 69.86
Leading wicket-taker: Lloyd Pope, SA – 18 wickets at 14.67
Most dismissals: Baxter Holt, NSW Metro – 10 catches, 5 stumpings

 

 

FW: SACA Youth Squad – U17 Nationals

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Aug 302016
 

 

 

 

SACA UNDER 17 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2016 SELECTED SQUAD

 

Name

Club

Cameron Bullard

Adelaide CC

Bailey Capel  (vc)

West Torrens CC

Henry Dall  

Kensington CC

Cameron Fatchen

Kensington CC

Lucas Froude (wk)

Kensington CC

Angus Judd

Sturt CC

Daniel Kerber (wk)

Adelaide University CC

Will Montgomery  

Kensington CC

Tom O’Connell (vc)

Sturt CC

Josh Pengelley (c)

Adelaide CC

Lloyd Pope

Kensington CC

Murphy Short

West Torrens CC

Krutarth Suthar

Prospect CC

 

 

 

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Eastern Edge has 6 Browns

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Aug 162016
 

Six of our Kensi ‘men’  in the 17 man squad!!

 

Great news for the Browns which 6 of our best players named in the Eastern Edge squad and Ben Johnswood named as an assistant coach.

 

Keep track of David Grant in the National Performance squad and Daniel Worrall and Alex Ross for Australia A in their games on the Cricket Australia website.   

 

http://www.saca.com.au/player-pathway/redbacks-league/eastern-edge

 

http://www.saca.com.au/news/redbacks-league-intro/2016-08-09

 

 

Lucky 7 for SACA squad

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Aug 162016
 

Congratulations to the 7 Kensington players still in the SACA U17 squad.

 

Good luck for final selection over the next few weeks.

 

The revised U17 Training Squad is as follows:

 

Angus Judd

Daniel Kerber

Joshua Pengelley

Oscar Harms

Bailey Capel

Euan Fletcher

Krutarth Suthar

Riki Boschma

Bailey Smith

Henry Dall

Lloyd Pope

Riley Robinson

Cameron Bullard

Jack Lukosius

Lucas Froude

Tom O’Connell

Cameron Fatchen

Jimmy Kain

Murphy Short

William Montgomery

Charlie Morgan

Joshua Hoffmann

Oliver Harms

Zach Reekie

 

 

 

Girl’s Academy at the Browns

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Aug 162016
 

Here is a great story about the introduction of a girls cricket Academy at Kensington. We have had an enormously  successful boys academy been running at the club for 4 seasons and now the opportunity has emerged for the girls. We are very excited about it as women’s cricket is booming and we have Redback’s players in our club like Bridget Patterson,Sarah Lowe and Katelyn Pope.  

Why a girls academy?

With the current interest in cricket generally, and in particular women’s cricket with the profile of the Southern Stars and the successful introduction last season of the WBBL, the time is right to introduce an academy for junior girls at Kensington. It has been a dream of the club, and in the pipe-line, for some time. Timing now is perfect.

 Why is it important to the club?

Kensington has been at the forefront of cricket in the state for some time, and is currently ranked number 1 of the 87 Cricket Australia(CA) affiliated clubs Australia-wide.

The club introduced its extremely successful junior boys academy in season 2012/13. That structure has been adopted by several other clubs and has been recognised by the South Australian Cricket Association(SACA)as the blueprint for the competition.

Since introducing the boys academy, a girls academy is the natural progression.

The club last season won The Presidents Trophy as the most successful club in the women’s competition at SACA, and we have the largest number of female registered players of any SACA club.

The academy will provide the next group of players to join the ranks at Kensington.

 Who is it aimed at?

The academy will cater for girls 9-18 years of age who are keen to learn about cricket, and eventually play competitive club cricket. They will be in 2 groups, nominally 9-12 and 13-18.

 Who will be coaching?

Carolyn Dittmar is a former state Redback’s cricket player, and has coached at state level, up to an assistant’s role with the Scorpions. SACAs C Grade medal – now sadly in hiatus, as the C grade competition no longer exists – has been named in her honour, and as the players in the academy are of similar age/ability of the C grade competition, it is the perfect fit for Carolyn to take on this coaching role.

Andy Mulvany who is involved in junior cricket at Athelstone as well as Kensington will act as assistant. A number of the club’s senior players will also assist with coaching, and we will also engage current and former state players.

General information

As previously stated, we already have a strong, but brief, history of women’s cricket at Kensington.  We currently field 1@ A grade side and 2@B grade sides in SACAs competition. Last season our A grade defended its T20 final, and was runner-up in the 50 over competition, repeating the results of the previous season. 2 seasons ago the club had won its inaugural 50 over final, and it has been runner-up in the T20 final on 4 occasions, only missing the final once in the past 7 years.

We have Kensington players in every state side from SAPSASA (under 13) through to the Strikers WBBL, and Bridget Patterson is currently in the Australian Shooting Stars team. We have a number of players in Australian junior development squads.

Our current A grade captain, Sarah Lowe, started playing cricket at the club as a 9yo in 2002, having been involved in a school – based competition run at the club.

It is hoped the academy will discover the next generation of Bridgets,Katelyn and Sarahs.

When will it start?

The academy will run for 12 weeks, (6 weeks pre-Christmas, 6 weeks post-Christmas) commencing on Friday October 28th. The sessions will run from 4-530 on Friday nights. There will also be some matches arranged at other times.

How do people get involved?

Interested participants can read the information and register via the club’s website at www.kensingtonbrowns.com.au

 

Jane Lowe is the contact for the girls Academy and I have CCed Jane’s email address at the top. As well as that Jane is on the Kensington committee and is the womens’ cricket delegate at the club. Jane can organise some girls for a photo as well for you.

Her contact number is  0417 087 546

Go the Browns!

 

Great news for the Browns

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Jul 212016
 

Thankyou for your support, it has made a difference.

 

We have been united as a club and united as a sporting community who call Kensington Gardens Reserve our home.

 

In a major breakthrough with the Burnside Council, the two Councillors responsible for our area have decided to change their stance about the single Hub sporting location for the Kensington Gardens Reserve.

 

Next Tuesday at the Council meeting, Councillors Piggott and Davis will  recommend to the other Councillors that the Master Plan for Kensington Gardens NOT include plans for the single hub like originally planned and to work with the 5 sporting clubs that have been major stakeholders for up to 97 years. This is exciting plans as the 3 current facilities that are home to the Kensington District Cricket Club, the Burnside Rugby Club, the East Torrens Kensington Gardens Hardcourt Tennis Club, Kensington Marryatville Bowling Club and the Kensington Gardens Lawn Tennis club will remain and be either upgraded or replaced in time with new facilities.

 

Attached is the front page article from the local Eastern Courier Messenger paper this week.

 

Also attached is the new clubhouse that SACA is aiming to build at Park 25 across from the new Hospital. This is a SACA project and we are using their expertise as part of our team as well for the Kensington Gardens Reserve Master Plan.

 

Thanks for your continued support and we will keep you updated with more exciting news.

 

Have a great day, Gary Slack on behalf of the team at Kensington District Cricket Club   

 

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Future of the Kensington ClubHouse

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May 252016
 

As has been very well promoted by the Burnside council, they are trying to remove the cricket and rugby clubhouse, the hardcourt tennis club, the bowling and lawn tennis club and create a HUB on the eastern side of the Kensington Gardens Reserve where our current turf nets are. It is a decision that we at the club strongly DISAGREE with and are being active in negating it.

 

Last night we had a historic meeting at our cricket club.

 

We invited the 5 sporting club co tenants of the Kensington Gardens reserve to our clubrooms to discuss the future of our facilities and the Burnside councils plans.It is the first time that this has happened and we have been there on this current site since 1964. The other clubs have been on their current sites since 1969,1919 and 1956.

 

We are delighted to say that representatives from all groups attended and that the meeting was an enormous step forward for all groups.

 

Representing Kensington Cricket Club, we had Grant Chapman as President and Greg Slack as treasurer from the general committee. We had Sam Parkinson, Anne Hinton and myself from the VPs and Andrew Faulkner as a life member, club historian and journalist.

 

From Burnside Rugby club we had Wally Bell, president, John Bradley, operations manager and Ron Lowe, the treasurer

 

From the East Torrens-Kensington Gardens hardcourt tennis club we had Alan Wells, President and Michael Berry, the VP

 

From the Kensington Gardens Marryatville Bowling club we had Bevan Carson, President

 

From the Kensington Gardens Tennis Club we had Wayne Campbell-Saturday morning men’s competition manager

 

From the Kensington Gardens Bowling and Lawn Tennis Club we had Dean Jarvis as one their life members and legal representative.

 

The aims of the meeting were to

 

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We achieved all of these aims with total solidarity.

 

It is the first time that all the groups had met, it was an enormous success and we now have a chance of trying to cancel the Burnside plan for the combined Hub at Kensington and that we can hopefully keep our own premises and control our own destiny.

We have formed a working party committee with each of the 5 sporting clubs having two representatives on the committee. We will be represented by Grant Chapman from the general committee and myself from the VPs. Grant will be the spokesman for Kensington Cricket Club.

We will be promoting these details to the media through our networks as well as the written media.

 

Our major aim is to secure our own clubhouse for the long term future of the club whereby we control our own destiny and are not part of an organization where we can potentially lose our identity, lose control of what happens on a day to day basis and any money made for the club would potentially go to the council.

 

 

Best wishes, Gary Slack      

 

      

 

Kensington Raffle winners 2016

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Apr 062016
 

Congratulations to all the raffle winners, what a performance by the fundraising team lead superbly by Mary Read. Well done Mary from everyone at the club, your magnificent efforts have ensured that we can have a defibrillator for the start of next season.




Prize Winners of Kensington Cricket club Raffle 2016

Voucher for Waterfront Accommodation The Marina Hindmarsh Island  

Won by Nick Moschetta

Signed Ball Adelaide United 

Won by Ted Apled

Signed Top Adelaide united 

Won By Hunkin Family

Full day fishing charter 

Won by John Rocioppi 

Wine 

Won By Myles Pope

Kensington Cricket Club Tie 

Won by Myles Pope

Kensington Cricket Club Shirt 

Won by Braydon Frost 

Kensington Cricket Cap 

Won by Craig James

Jim Barry Cover Drive Cab Sav X2

Won by Christine Miller

Bottle of Moet 

Won by Warrick Family

4 Organic Shiraz Clare Valley

Won By Kevin Frick 

Mary Read Designs Flower class

Won By Michael Queale

RM Williams polo Shirt 

Won By Rory Montgomery 

Feast Fine Foods Voucher 

Won by Bruce Reynolds 

Queen bed and side tables 

Won by  Mike Szabo

6 X Sav Blanc 

Won by Charmane Jackson 

6 X Pinot Noir 

Won by Rory Montgomery

Clemco Almond packs

Won by 

Neil Smith X 2

Andrew Bills

John Dalton

Charmanie Jackson 

Pat Connolly

Walter Hamann

Kim Atkins

Peter Unikov

Rory Montgomery

Warrick Family

Nick Moschotta

Kensington Hotel Voucher 

Won By David Adams

Bidtrofrance at Burnside Village Voucher 

Won by McGowan Family

Robert Menz Basket 

Won by Pat Melisi

Taught and Bowled Voucher 

Won by Connie Davies

Full Butchered Lamb 

Won by Fred McLure

Nestle Coffee Machine

Won by Mark Nicols

Oplus Breakfast Oates 

Won by Natalie Edwards, Irfan Hasmi, Tim Doule

Any Prizes not collected on the junior presentation night are to be collected from Bonnetts  Saddle World 125 Portrush Rd, Evandale. During business hours .

 

 


Gary Slack  

Bonnetts Saddleworld

PAC vs St Peters Intercollegiate Game

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Apr 062016
 
Well this season the Intercollegiate game between PAC and St Peters has been a tight contest with PAC getting the win by about 60 runs.
We had a huge number of Kensington players involved in the game and here is how they went.

Lucas Froude 52 and James Cleggett 20 in PAC 1st innings of 153; Hamish Gitsham took 3/34 for St Peter’s.

Daniel Subramanium 1/28 in Saints 1st innings 124.

Henry Dall 38, Lucas Froude 39, James Cleggett 19 in PAC 2nd innings 8/327 declared.

Daniel Subramanium 4/64 and 1 catch, James Cleggett 1/7 and a run out,Lucas Froude, Henry Dall and Hamish Porter (12th man) a catch each in  Saints 2nd innings 290 all out.

 

Gary Slack  

Bonnetts Saddleworld

U16 Whites Premiership

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Mar 212016
 

What an event, the grand final of a junior SACA game and the first GF for a lot of our players. Yes lots of excitement but our team was very professional and focussed. Skipper Will Warrick won the toss and decided that runs on the board were the best way to play in a final. Even though the pitch was green and the sky grey, we were going to bat. Tully Kennett and Harry Edmonds were both back in the shed with the score at only 14 in the 11th over. Not the ideal start but enter Arham Hashmi. In the semi final he was dynamic and explosive, guess what, he did it again in the Grand Final. He stroked 53 off 57 balls to change the game in our favour with 3 massive sixes. Liam Nichol had played the perfect partnering role to Arham but both were dismissed by the 27th over and the score 78. Momentum back to the Browns! Liam Winskill and Fred McClure batted superbly for a 51 run partnership in only 61 minutes to take us to 129 in the 46th over. Both batsmen out for valuable knocks of 25. Darcy Hunkin stroked a quick 15 off 23 balls and combining with the lower order the team rallied and we finished with 179. The target was 180 so job done !! We had 5 overs at the Adelaide openers before stumps but could not make the breakthrough. Day 2 and the breakthroughs soon came courtesy of some super bowling from our dynamic duo in Will McGowan and Will Warrick. After 15 overs, the Adelaide team were 2/21 and under pressure. Max Monfries and Darcy Hunkin bowled superbly not allowing the batting team any easy runs and after 32 overs they were 4/48. Crafty leg spinner Fred McClure entered the attack and bowled 10 overs unchanged for 1/18 and left handed Darcy Hunkin was hooping the ball in to the right hand batsmen from around the wicket for 2/13 off his 10 overs. Will Cowling,another clever leg spinner in our attack had the Adelaide batsmen baffled not knowing which way the ball was spinning to bring season best figures to the GF with 3/26. Adelaide all out for 97 with a comprehensive victory to the Kensington team. An outstanding performance for the squad with only one narrow loss for the whole season earlier in the year. The whole team contributed for the finals series and thoroughly deserved the Premiership. Arham Hashmi clearly the man of the series with 2 outstanding match winning innings. Well done Browns !! Gary Slack Bonnetts Saddleworld

Grand Final U16 Reds vs Tea Tree Gully

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Mar 182016
 

Another great week on the track by the squad and with some extra players available, once again selection has been really challenging. Unfortunately there is a few players that will miss this game but have been outstanding members of the team for the year and will be part of the teams for this weekend.

The Reds take on TTG at Col Waite this Saturday and Sunday in a 2 game starting at 1.30
Please be there by 12.45
It is a home game so please ensure we have a great afternoon tea.

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REDS
Angas Marshall
Jed Spence
Sean McCullum
Will Montgomery
Jack Konnis
Luke Pedlar 
Ashley Eckermann
Adam Clements- captain
Nic Wilson-wk
James Du Preez
Riley Slack
Sam Bruce
Subs are Tom van der Jeugd and Lachie Parker
The WHITES take on Adelaide at Marryatville High School from 1.30 on Saturday and Sunday so please be there by 12.45
It is a home game so please bring afternoon tea worthy of a Grand Final and it would be great to have a volunteer or two for the scorebook please.
The team is 
Tully Kennett
Liam Nichol
Harry Edmonds
Arham Hashmi
Liam Winskill
Fred McClure
Corey White-wk
Darcy Hunkin
William Warrick-captain 
William McGowan
Max Monfries
William Cowling
Subs are Zac Norris and William Quigley-Smith
Good luck to all the players, have fun, enjoy the experience.
Look forward to seeing you there.
Have fun, go the Browns !!

Gary Slack  

Bonnetts Saddleworld

16 Whites semi final report

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Mar 132016
 

Congratulations to the semi final winning Whites team after a demolition of East Torrens. Our target was bat for 40 overs but then bowl EAst Torrens out before our 40 overs were up. Job completed to perfection. The pitch was green and we lost the toss. East Torrens were trying to unsettle us by sending us in to bat but that is what we wanted to do anyway. Openers Liam Nichol and Tully Kennnett weathered the early overs with a steady partnership that ended at 39 in the 19th over. Slower than we wanted as a team but at least we had a base to launch from and plenty of wickets in hand to set a total. Tully was gone for a well made 20, Luke Pedlar got a ball that kept low that got through his defence and we were suddenly 2/45 in the 20th. Enter Arham Hashmi !!! 52 balls later he departed for 68 tins complimented with 8 fours and a massive six. Given a chance on 7, Arham took full advantage to smash the Torrens attack. Liam left for 28 in the 30th over and then a series of small partnerships worked with Arham to get us up to 168 at the end of our 40 overs. We wanted 180 but batting the 40 overs was important. The next part of the challenge was to bowl the Torrens team out under 40 overs. Competition leading wicket taker Will McGowan started in the perfect fashion having 2 wickets in his first 2 overs. Torrens were 2 for 5 after 3 overs but they had two really good batsmen at the crease so the job still needed lots of focus. Torrens put a solid partnership together to progress to 44 in the 18th over before one of the catches of the century took place. Luke Pedlar threw himself sideways and upwards to the left to snare an absolute ripper in the slips off Lachie Parker to have the Torrens captain on his way.. This opened the flood gates with Torrens losing their last 8 wickets for only 13 runs. All bowlers chipped in with wickets in a brilliant all round performance. Arham Hashmi and Will McGowan were amazing in the field with great run outs. Will McGowan led the attack again with 3 for 12 and Max Monfries finished the innings with 2 for 4 to bowl them out inside 32 overs. Another comprehensive performance from the Kensington team. Man of the match was Arham Hashmi for his brilliant 68 and great run out. Gary Slack Bonnetts Saddleworld

Marty Hunkin thank you

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Mar 112016
 

Huge thanks to Marty Hunkin for fixing the front doors to the Kensington clubrooms. Marty is a builder so if you need a quality builder and a great bloke than call Marty on 0409 919475. Gary Slack Bonnetts Saddleworld

Semi final U16 Reds vs West Torrens

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Mar 102016
 

The Reds take on West Torrens at Ford oval this Saturday in a game starting at 1pm
Please be there by 12.15
It is a home game so please ensure we have a great afternoon tea.

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With First 11  players available and the senior D grade just missing the finals, we have almost a full squad to select from which has lead to some real selection challenges and a few players will unfortunately miss out on a game this Saturday. 
We have made 5 changes to the Reds team.
REDS
Angas Marshall
Jed Spence
Sean McCullum
Will Montgomery
Jack Konnis
Tom van der Jeugd
Ashley Eckermann
Adam Clements- captain
Nic Wilson-wk
James Du Preez
Riley Slack
Sam Bruce
Sub is Liam Winskill
The WHITES take on East Torrens at Marryatville High School from 1pm so please be there by 12.15 It is a home game so please bring afternoon tea.
The team is 
Tully Kennett
Liam Nichol
Luke Pedlar
Arham Hashmi
Fred McClure
Corey White-wk
Darcy Hunkin
William Warrick-captain 
William McGowan
Lachie Parker
William Cowling
Max Monfries
Subs are Zac Norris and William Quigley-Smith 
Good luck to all the players, have fun, enjoy the experience.
Look forward to seeing you there.
Have fun, go the Browns !!

Gary Slack  

Bonnetts Saddleworld

Finals Fever for all Junior teams

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Mar 022016
 

Congratulations to all four of our junior teams who have had an amazing season so far with 3 minor premierships and the other team finishing second. All four teams lost just one game each for the entire season. The semi finals start this week with all four teams being the home team. The 16 Reds take on West Torrens at Ford oval, the 16 Whites take on East Torrens at Marryatville High School, the 14 Reds take on Northern Distrists at Rostrevor College and the U14 Whites head to Park 25 no2 oval against Adelaide. All games start at 1.30 this Saturday in two day games played over the next two Saturday’s. A brilliant performance so far by the teams, let’s hope they can continue he outstanding performances. A big thank you to Rostrevor College for allowing us to use one of their fantastic cricket grounds for the 14 Reds semi final. Good luck to all the players from all at the club Gary Slack Bonnetts Saddleworld