U18, U17 & U15 Kensington Juniors Selected For SACA Squads

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Jun 052017
 

In conjunction with the recently announced U19 Squad list, congratulations to the following Kensington State Junior Squad members:

 

U/18 Female – Rachel Church, Shae Daly, Sarah Ferris, Georgia Iannella, Sophie Roberts and Bella Smith

U/17 Male – James du Preez, Hamish Gitsham, Will Montgomery, Sam Rahaley and Tom Van Der Jeugd

U/15 Female – Cassidy Perkins and Amelie Green

U/15 Male – Jake Bilsborow, Sam Rahaley, Joshua Sims, Sam Warrick and Campbell Watts

 

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Kensi’s Lloyd Pope – Official Record, First Bowler To Achieve U17 & U19 Double

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Dec 162016
 

Congratulations to Kensington’s (CA XI) wrist spinner Lloyd Pope (17 yo) who yesterday won the leading wicket taker award for the U19 National Championships held over the past fortnight in Adelaide (with 21 wickets @16.3 including 6/21 off 5.5 v SA and 6/29 off 9 v QLD), backing up his winning of the equivalent leading wicket taker award for the U17 National Championships in Oct (SA U17s) where he took 18 wickets. This is officially the first time that any Australian bowler has won this award for both the U17 & U19 National Championships in the same year.

Lloyd’s notables this season so far include:

  • U17 National Championships (SA) – 18 wickets. Leading Wicket Taker
  • U17 National Championships (SA) – 2nd Most Valuable Player of Tournament
  • U17 National Championships (SA) – Team Of The Championships, selection
  • U19 National Championships (CA XI) – 21 wickets. Leading Wicket Taker
  • U19 National Championships (CA XI) – 3rd (equal) Most Valuable Player of Tournament
  • U19 National Championships (CA XI) – Team Of The Championships, selection
  • U19 National Championships (CA XI) – Ricky Ponting XII U17 T20 (Team to play SCG BBL curtain raiser on Dec 27 against Adam Gilchrist’s XII U19 T20 Team)
  • Cricket Australia Gold Pathway

Lloyd Interviewed – for video click HERE

Cricket Australia’s Pathway has offered Lloyd some wonderful opportunities to “value add” onto his recent success including meeting Shane Warne during the recent Adelaide Test Match and doing a 30 minute session with Shane on the Adelaide Oval prior to play, being selected to play at the SCG on Dec 27 and being invited to attend the CA Pathway Camp in Jan in Brisbane.

Lloyd has also taken 14 wickets for Kensington so far this season in various A Grade formats. Congratulations Lloyd from the Club on your season’s achievements to date!

Gary Slack

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(Lloyd receives U19s Leading Wicket Taker Award from Ryan Harris)

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gregg-chappell-announces-u17-t20-ricky-ponting-xiii(Greg Chappell Announces The Ricking Ponting XIII U17 T20 Team)

 

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You Are Invited! Kensington’s Annual Test Match Dinner. Wed 23 Nov 7:30pm At The Clubrooms

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Oct 242016
 

KENSINGTON DISTRICT CRICKET CLUB INVITES YOU

TO ITS  ANNUAL TEST MATCH DINNER
FEATURING SPECIAL GUEST

KIM HUGHES

Wednesday, 23 November 2016  7.30pm at the KDCC Clubrooms
$85.00 per person for a 3 course meal (incl. beer, wine & soft drinks)  

RSVP to Grant Chapman (0408 812 296) Mary Read (0418 821 047)
or Pat Connelly (0413 896 452)

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NEW KENSINGTON GIRLS’ CRICKET ACADEMY – **Registrations Are Now Open **

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Aug 292016
 

 KENSINGTON GIRLS’ ACADEMY

Registrations are now open for Kensington’s first academy for girls.

In an exciting move, the club will this season launch its academy for junior girls.

Former state player, Carolyn Dittmar, who joined the club as A grade coach last season has been appointed to head up the academy. Carolyn will be assisted by Andy Mulvany, together with a number of our senior players and other specialist guest coaches.

The academy will cover 2 age groups, with 9-12 year olds and 13-18 year olds catered for. It is envisaged that the academy will act as a feeder for our existing A and B grade sides. Players will also be given the opportunity to compete in SACAs proposed Junior Strikers WBBL competition and in trial games against other club academies, together with internal trials.

Sessions will be held on Friday nights at Parkinson Oval, from

4-530pm, commencing on October 28th., and run for 12 weeks. (6 pre-Christmas, 6 post-Christmas) The cost of the full 12 week programme plus games is $200.

Please register your interest by completing the application form HERE

 

If you require any additional information, please contact Jane Lowe via email here: Kensington Girls Coordinator

 

 

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Kensington Gardens Reserve letter from 5 Sporting Clubs-22nd June

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Jun 212016
 

Subject: Kensington Gardens Reserve letter from 5 Sporting Clubs-22nd June

 

Kensington Gardens Reserve Sporting Clubs Strategic Planning Committee

 

 

Mr David Parkin, Mayor of Burnside.

City of Burnside Councillors.

Mr Paul Deb, Chief Executive Officer, Burnside Council

 

Dear Mayor, Councillors and CEO,

 

We write on behalf of the five sporting clubs resident in the Kensington Gardens Reserve who are all united in their views and committed to contributing to the important development of the Kensington Gardens Reserve Master Plan, with all stakeholders, to ensure the best possible community outcome.

 

We confirm our strong support of the Master Plan but are extremely clear and united in our absolute opposition to the centralised Hub concept for the reasons clearly explained below.

 

RE: Kensington Gardens Reserve Master Plan

The Burnside Council’s Strategic Community Plan linked to the development of the Kensington Gardens Reserve (“KGR”), aims to provide ‘a range of high quality sport and recreational opportunities and facilities that foster healthy lifestyle pursuits’ and to seek to ‘create and facilitate access to diverse leisure, recreation and sporting facilities and programs that are safe for people of all ages and abilities’.

 

The five sporting clubs that are resident in the KGR, the Burnside Rugby Club, the East Torrens-Kensington Gardens (ETKG) Hardcourt Tennis Club, the Kensington District Cricket Club, the Kensington Gardens Lawn Tennis Club and the Kensington Marryatville Bowling Club, hereafter the “Clubs”, support the strategic goal and recognise that a successful plan can only be achieved by all parties, the residents, the Council and any Council appointed consultants, working together in an open and transparent manner.

 

The Clubs consider that at present and over the Master Plan consultation period, this has not been the case. Our concerns relate to issues with communication and conflicts between perceived preferred outcomes. The aim of this letter is to provide all Councillors with an understanding of the contribution and goals of the Clubs and our concerns regarding the proposed centralised Hub as identified in the first phase of the master planning process and options for next steps.

 

The five sporting clubs are dedicated to achieving the best outcomes now and in the future for the KGR, for the Council, the community and the Clubs.

All of the issues need to be resolved before there is any move forward. The key stakeholders of the KGR request a rational discussion about beneficial changes to the Reserve based on the special characteristics of the KGR, the interests of the community, what is working for us now and what we think are the key elements required for the KGR and individual club’s success in the future.

 

We consider successful Clubs will ensure that the community wins, the individual sporting clubs win and the Council wins. It is therefore essential that the Clubs work with the Council on the vision for the KGR to ensure all aspects and concerns are raised, addressed and where possible, resolved. The Clubs are passionate and focussed on the best possible outcomes now and in the future for the KGR and for all users of the Reserve including the Council and the wider community.

 

All reserves cannot be put in a one fit situation, we do not see any benefit for the community we serve, or ourselves, in the centralised hub concept. The immeasurable value of the KGR is that it has separate sporting locations, sharing of traffic logistics, large areas for residential relaxation, no charge for enjoying the community sports and great children’s play areas.

 

There is individuality, respect for each other and the general community and plenty of open space. All of the Clubs operate harmoniously and without disruption from any of the other Clubs as the space had been set out superbly many years ago.This structure and design is still relevant today and for the foreseeable future.

 

John Draper wrote an email to the Burnside Rugby Club on 13th May 2015, in which he stated that he is aiming to produce a Master Plan that “will provide facilities and premises to support and promote each club’s membership and growth.” This can be achieved through upgrading the existing facilities, spreading the increased volume of members that we are predicting, as well as for the Council with the increased population looking to use the KGR.

 

A centralised single building simply will not and cannot cope with the volume of membership that we currently have between the clubs in three different locations, let alone in one.

As has been stated on the Burnside Council website, 3.13 City of Burnside Hub Precinct Strategy, the definition of a Hub has two options(see attachment).The current KGR structure of the three sporting clubs facilities and their locations is the perfect fit and answer to one of these options.

 

“If it isn’t broken, why change it?”

 

The Tredwell Management Services report successfully highlighted the fact that the KGR, in its current format, is a well utilised and loved place for recreation, sport and leisure.

 

We are heartened to see Burnside CEO, Mr Paul Deb, as quoted in the Eastern Courier Messenger on Wednesday 15th June, identify that clubs at the Glenunga Hub” faced some challenges” but that he would work with them to “look for solutions”.We consider that such an approach will assist in moving forward with the plan for the KGR.

 

We invite all Councillors to be our guests on a tour of the facilities of the Clubs and KGR at a time of their choice. We take this opportunity to book a deputation for the Presidents of each of the Clubs to speak for their allocated five minutes at the Council meeting to discuss the Master Plan.

 

We would also like to inform you that we have commenced our own petition seeking support for two positions: firstly, that the Clubs give full support to the Council’s preparation of a Master Plan for the KGR that would provide for improving or replacing the clubhouse and facilities of the Clubs over time, as the need arises, in their current locations and secondly, that the Clubs oppose the centralised Hub concept as presented in the Tredwell Management Services report.

 

Attached to this letter are some detailed comments and concerns that we have about what we understand are the current proposals, so that you have a better understanding of our collected thoughts.

 

As you are aware, the Clubs as key stakeholders of the KGR, have formed a Strategic Planning Committee to assist Council with the revised Master Plan. We consider this joint committee will provide a coordinated, workable platform for future discussion and consultation. We would ask that the Council work with our committee in future discussions.

 

Respectfully yours,

 

Gary Slack on behalf of the Kensington Gardens Reserve Sporting Clubs Strategic Planning Committee.

 

Grant Chapman – President- Kensington District Cricket Club

Wally Bell-President – Burnside Rugby Club

Bevan Carson-President – Kensington-Marryatville Bowling Club

Neil Jones-President – Kensington Gardens Lawn Tennis Club

Alan Wells-President – East Torrens Kensington Gardens Hardcourt Tennis Club

Phillip Grant-Allan – Chairman of the Kensington Gardens Bowling and Tennis Club

 

Dated 22nd June 2016

 

KGRSCSPC-Attachment to Burnside Council letter 22nd June 2016

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HELP! – SAVE OUR GREAT KENSINGTON CLUB & FACILITIES. ONLINE PETITION.

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Jun 162016
 

Dear Players, Past Players, Kensington Browns Families and Supporters,

The Kensington District Cricket Club in conjunction with the other sporting clubs based at the Kensington Gardens Reserve are petitioning the Burnside Council to strongly oppose the Council’s  current demolition/development plans for the Reserve.

There is a practical way for you to help – We need your signature, please, on the online petition below.

 

The Council, amongst other things, is planning to “demolish our Clubrooms and replace them with a shared Community Hub”

 

Please read the brief Messenger article to summarise many of the details and then support our Clubs by sending your message of opposition to the Council via the online information and petition HERE.

 

The more signatories, the louder our community voice to Council, so please invite anyone with an interest in our Club to voice their opinion via this online petition. Anyone with a legitimate interest may sign this petition. It is open to the entire Community, not just cricket players and families.

 

We need your signature. Please.

 

Sign the online petition  HERE.

 

By signing this petition, you are helping to shape the future of not only the Kensington District Cricket Club but also the other sporting Clubs (below)  and you are having your say about the future of the Kensington Gardens Reserve.

Thank you very much for your action and for your support.

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Kensington Gardens Bowling and Tennis Club Logo Burnside Rugby Logo ETFG Tennis Logo

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**NOTICE UPDATE ** – 2016 Player Of The Year Awards (Women, Men and Juniors)

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Feb 232016
 

Please add the following dates (and times : ) ) to your diary to come along and support this season’s outstanding Kensi achievers!

Senior Player of the Year for male and female players at the clubrooms 7PM Saturday April 2nd

Junior Player of the Year at the clubrooms 6PM Monday April 4th (This encompasses the U14,U16 and Academy)

Note: this post adds commencement times which were omitted from a previous post. Thank you.

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Kensi Annual Dinner – RSVP NOW Sat 20th Feb At Clubrooms with Phillips & Panelli

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Jan 302016
 

I have attached an invitation for you to attend the Kensington Cricket Club Annual dinner.

 

They are superb nights packed full of great entertainment, great food and all you can drink !!

 

Wow, sounds brilliant, well it is !

 

Senior Player Pat Connelly is our MC, we have 3 special guests. Firstly, former Test player and funny man Wayne “flipper “ Phillips,also we have our own Legend of the Club and record wicket taker in Jamie Panelli and also Russell Doddridge who has a story to tell that no one should miss.

 

The other exciting part is that we have auction items to purchase on the night generously donated by sponsors and supporters.

 

It is our annual fundraiser and we would really love it if you could attend and even bring some friends along for a fun night that also raise money for the club.

 

Please book in early to either Peter,Pat or myself so that we can ensure that you don’t miss out as these nights sell out fast!

 

Hope to see you soon, Gary Slack

Click HERE for KDCC Annual Dinner Invitation 2016

 

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Kensi Sponsorship Drive – Have You Considered Sponsoring Kensi?

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Sep 162015
 

The Kensington Browns very much rely on our sponsors, we are most grateful to them and we are always looking to connect with individuals and businesses for further mutual benefit.

 

If you are a family or individual, have you considered becoming a  sponsor? Sponsorship starts from only $250. Consider this for your family.

 

Perhaps you have contact with a local small business who may be ideal as a Kensington Sponsor? Please introduce them to our Club.

 

Please read and disseminate the sponsorship information below as widely as possible and help build our Kensington sponsor base. Many thanks.

 

The logos of our current diamond sponsors, are included below.

 

Introduce A Sponsor To The Club

How To Become A Club Sponsor

 

Sponsorship Agreement

 

KDCC introduce a new sponsor

kdcc sponsorship agreement form

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Season 2015/16 Information – Clothing, Subs, Training Times

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Sep 032015
 

 

Kensi clothing

If you would like to order any clothing you can do so here.

 

Junior 

Academy starts on Tuesday September 22 – barbecue and team meeting at KDCC from 6:30-8:00pm

Under 14s start Tuesday 15th Sept at 4pm til 5.30- hard wicket area

Under 16s start Wednesday 16th Sept at 4.30pm til 6pm- turf wicket area but to bring sandshoes and spikes

All at the  Kensington Gardens reserve.

Subscriptions

Under 16 Boys – $220
Under 14 Boys – $200
Academy – $200

 

Women

Pre – season training for the Kensington women’s teams commences this Monday, September 7th at Stepney ICA from 4-6pm.

Sessions will then run weekly at Stepney until the end of September.

We are really excited to announce that Carolyn Dittmar will be joining Kensington this season as  coach, in conjunction with Kevin Frick and Kevin Crosby. Carolyn is a former state player and has coached at all levels of state cricket.  Carolyn will be at Stepney on Monday and is looking forward to meeting and working with our players. Jane Lowe.

Subscriptions

Senior Women – $220
Senior Women (students/unemployed/16 and 17 year olds) – $200
Girls Under 15 – $200

 

Senior Men

Player subscriptions for 2015-16 are as follows:

Senior Men – $350

Students/Unemployed – $270

The club will be having a registration night up at the club after training on Thursday September 17. You will have the chance to pay subs via cash/credit card and to try on clothing.

 

Payments

If you prefer you can pay directly into the club bank account. Make sure payments are clearly labelled:

Account Name:                 Kensington District Cricket Club

Account Number:            0090 2802

BSB Number:                     065-008

 

If you have any questions about subscriptions, please contact club treasurer Greg Slack at treasurer @ kensingtonbrowns.com.au or on 0409 885 089.

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Congratulations To Our 2014/15 Women’s Players Award Winners – Senior Presentation Night 2014/15

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Apr 142015
 

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The End of Season Seniors Women’s Presentation was held on Friday night.  For those of you who were unable to attend the following trophy winners were announced on the night –

 

A Grade Awards

 

Batting                        Bridget Patterson

Bowling                       Shae Daly

Fielding                       Bridget Patterson

Coach’s Award            Amy Wiseman

 

 

B Brown Awards

 

Batting                                 Marg Hay

Bowling                               Chloe Frick

Fielding                               Rachel Church

Coach’s Award                  Amy Kaesler

 

B Gold Awards

 

                Batting                                 Kelly Armstrong

Bowling                               Jess Murray

Fielding                               Lauren Semmens

Coach’s Award                  Sophie Johnson

 

Kensington Women’s Player of the Year    Bridget Patterson  (with Kelly Armstrong as runner-up)

 

Congratulations to all the winners! And to everyone else who took to the field for the Browns this season. A great effort by everyone and so many positive signs for next season.

 

And for those of you there on the night who bought a raffle ticket, the raffle was drawn at the Junior Presentation Night last night, and the winner was Jess Murray.  Well Done.  Jess is now the proud owner of an individually made Grahams Jewellers cricket stumps, bat and ball sterling silver pendant and tie pin.

Regards,

Jane

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A Personal Video Message From Gilly To Our 2015 Kensi Premiers!

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Mar 312015
 

Special thanks to Adam Gilchrist who took time out to record this special message of congratulations to our 2015 Kensi Premiers…

[youtube]https://youtu.be/3Ew3N5dOO7s[/youtube]

Or watch directly on Youtube if you prefer at https://youtu.be/3Ew3N5dOO7s

Thanks Gilly!

 

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Mar 292015
 
  • SA Sport Show Panel Video - Kensi & Eagles with BJ
    SA Sport Show Panel Video - Kensi & Eagles with BJ
    Panel discussion around the two West End Grand Finalist Clubs for 2016/17
  • CONGRATULATIONS KENSI - BACK TO BACK U17 BANK SA SHIELD WINNERS
    CONGRATULATIONS KENSI - BACK TO BACK U17 BANK SA SHIELD WINNERS
    Underwater back to back U17 Bank SA Shield winners, 2016 & 2017
  • CONGRATULATIONS LLOYD POPE
    CONGRATULATIONS LLOYD POPE
    Record - Leading Wicket Taker in both U17 & U19 National Championships 2016/17
  • New Kensington Girls Cricket Academy Open 2016!
    New Kensington Girls Cricket Academy Open 2016!
    **Girls, register now **
  • Classic Nov 2016 T20 Match - Kensi v Adelaide at Parkinson Oval
    Classic Nov 2016 T20 Match - Kensi v Adelaide at Parkinson Oval
    A 'Sully' Production!
  • Nuggett - 2015/16 End Of Season Presentation..
    Nuggett - 2015/16 End Of Season Presentation..
  • Great News For The Browns
    Great News For The Browns
    Thanks to Gary and team!
  • Kensi U16 Whites - Congratulations, Premiers 2016!
    Kensi U16 Whites - Congratulations, Premiers 2016!
  • Kensi U14 Reds - Congratulations, Premiers 2016!
    Kensi U14 Reds - Congratulations, Premiers 2016!
  • Jake Brown Breaks All Time Kensi Batting Record!
    Jake Brown Breaks All Time Kensi Batting Record!
  • 2016 & 2015 Back To Back A Grade T20 Premiers! Go Kensi..
    2016 & 2015 Back To Back A Grade T20 Premiers! Go Kensi..
  • Congratulations Kensi's Alex Ross - Bradman Young Player Of The Year
    Congratulations Kensi's Alex Ross - Bradman Young Player Of The Year
  • Kensington Premiers 2016 - U17 Shield
    Kensington Premiers 2016 - U17 Shield
  • Ray Sutton Premiers 2015/16. 10 wicket winners. Well done!
    Ray Sutton Premiers 2015/16. 10 wicket winners. Well done!
  • Congratulations Jamie Panelli - WIcket 539. New Club Record!
    Congratulations Jamie Panelli - WIcket 539. New Club Record!
  • Kensi U14 Whites - Congratulations, Premiers 2015!
    Kensi U14 Whites - Congratulations, Premiers 2015!
  • Kensi U16 Reds - Congratulations, Premiers 2015! **Click to watch video**
    Kensi U16 Reds - Congratulations, Premiers 2015! **Click to watch video**
  • Kensington Browns - ICC Cricet 360
    Kensington Browns - ICC Cricet 360
  • A Message From Gilly To the U14W & U16R Premiers! Thanks Gilly! **Click to listen**
    A Message From Gilly To the U14W & U16R Premiers! Thanks Gilly! **Click to listen**
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2015 Kensi Mums’ Dinner!! *** BOOK ONLINE HERE NOW ***

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Feb 042015
 

Mum’s Dinner Invitation

All Mum’s, Sisters, Grandmas, Aunts… are invited to attend.

This is always a fun night and a great way to catch up with other cricket Mums. It’s a great chance to see old friends and make some new ones.

 

Kensi HotelThe Kensington Hotel

Monday 23 February 2015

23 Regent Street, Kensington 7:30 pm

 

Cost is $25 per person for sensational cocktail food. Drinks bought separately.

 

RSVP Friday 20 February

 

Book online using the form below:

Booking Form: Kensi Mums' Dinner - @ The Kensi

  • Direct bank transfer to Kensington District Cricket Club bank account (BSB: 065 008, Acc: 0090 2802) Remit to info@kensingtonbrowns.com.au with **MD** in the description OR VISA/Mastercard
 

Web Form Verification

KDCC Logo

 

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**QUICK – LAST CHANCE** Book Online Now For Kensi’s “Not The Test Match Dinner”

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Feb 022015
 

Thanks to all those who have booked already.

For those of you still to book, please book online via the Kensi web site by clicking HERE

Dinner: Friday 13th Feb

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Congratulations To The Women’s A Grade – 2015 T20 Premiers!

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Jan 272015
 

 

Hi All

 

Firstly a BIG congratulations to our A grade girls for winning the T20 Grand Final against West Torrens on Adelaide Oval yesterday.  It was a great win, and the culmination of a terrific T20 season.   Kevin will send through a detailed report a bit later this week with his weekly review, but well done to the 10 players who took the field yesterday and to the others who played in the minor rounds to ensure we made the final.

And thanks too to all those who came and supported the team.  I know that the girls were really excited to see so many there cheering them along.

 

This weekend the A grade will have a break, with disappointingly no games scheduled and a proposed rematch of our washed out 50 over game against Southern cancelled.  The B grade sides take each other on this Sunday on Col Waite so the A grade girls have the opportunity to come and watch that game.

 

Cheers

Jane

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 U18s L to R – Jordan Doecke, Shae Daly and Eliza Doddridge

Team

Cup

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Aug 152014
 

WomensAGradeKensington

Following registration night (1st September, 6:30pm), pre-season training will commence on Wednesday September 3rd at Stepney ICA from 4 – 6pm. Training will then continue weekly on Wednesdays at Stepney until we are able to move outdoors.  The season will commence at the end of October, however the final details of the fixtures are not as yet completed.

Cheers

Jane

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