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Edited by: Percy Samara-Wickrama.

NEWS MAGAZINE

Weston Creek

Cricket Club

Published by: W.C.C.C., 14,Hyndes Cres., Holder,

A.C.T. 2611.

EDITORIAL

Once again a combined issue for December - January

brings you the compliments of the season.

The Christmas-New Year period and the week . immediately

following, has been a very busy and successful one for the

club.

******

The Dragons- a team of English schoolboys touring Australia

visited Weston Creek for five days from 27th.Dec.and

played two exciting games. Considering that all fourteen

tourists had either played in their County Colts teams or

County seconds, WCCC boys did extremely well.What is more

important is that both teams enjoyed their cricket and the

fellowship afterwards. ******

The first round of games for 1980 was an historic occasion

for the club as six of the seven teams registered

wins. The only reason that the seventh team could not win

was that the two one day sides were playing each other in

the "local Derby". A lot of credit for the occasion should

go to Ray Harding who was responsible for 'getting

the teams on the field. Ray did a marvellous job in literally

'digging up' seven teams over the holiday period

when almost half the regular players were absent. Well

done Ray!

Also during this period several players from the lower

grades were called on to make up the numbers in the higher

grades. A lot of the chaps like Dave Bateman, David

Twiss, & Bev Wilson to name a few, probably felt 'they

did not get much of a game playing higher up. Mostly they

had to bat at the tail end or did not get a bowl,but were


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expected to field their guts out. Their efforts were greatly

appreciated and did not go unnoticed, particularly

by the captains. It speaks well for the club when these

players take the 'rough end of the stick' without complaint

.

K E N S E Y

BOWLS

A MAIDEN OVER

CONGRATULATIONS TO DEBBIE AND BRIAN

A WORD FROM THE

CHAIRMAN OF SELECTORS

There are a few points that will be influencing selections

from now on. I draw your attention to Rule 10(b) of

the ACTCA rules for grade competitions and Rule s 9(b) &

11 for City and Suburban CA competitions.

Selectors will be attempting to stabilise the teams

now that the Christmas and New Year confusion is over.

Movement of players from team to team will be kept to a

minimum. This particularly applies to teams vying for a

place in the semi-finals. At the time of writing our 1st,

3rd, 4th,5th and 6th teams are all in a position to make

the semi-finals.

In conclusion I would like to congratulate all the players

who took part in the matches on the 5th of Jan. '80

Winning six out of seven was the best we could have possibly

done, as the sixth and the seventh sides played each

other.

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daily newspapers frowned upon the usage of the

word especially where it was used as a noun instead of

its proper role as an adjective. It would never have

done for readers of The Times!.

In 1894 C.P.Moody, a South Australian journalist,

published an analysis of English vs Australian matches

and outlined criteria for those matches "which by common

consent were aptly styled as Test Matches". He proposed

that the teams should have to be accepted as

representing their country, that each side should have

the same number of players (eleven), and that the contest

should be scheduled over a few days. The first

encounter to satisfy his criteria was the match at the

M.C.G. in March 1877 which was then designated as the

First Test Match between Australia and England. Moody

compiled a list of 38 such contests and of these England

had won 20 Australia 12 and six had been drawn.

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DRAGONS TOUR REPORT

Dragons, a team of English schoolboy cricketers sponsored

by the Dragons Organisation and arranged by Colin

Galloway,managed by Chris Potter and Richard Barker, arrived

in Canberra on 27th December for a 5 day stay.

28th Dec.

Having put in to bat on damp pitch the Dragons struggled

early on and made only 128 in their allotted 50 overs.

Ian Pont f

their captain for the match, an EssexCCC 2nd

XI player made a solid 46 and brought some respectability

to the innings which took a long time to get going. Nigel

Gadsby, Clive Carpenter and Michael Edwards scored freely

towards the end of the innings. Simon Overland, ' Graham

Hine_, and Alan Short bowled well .for WCCC.

When Brian Kensey and Roger Lonie put on an opening

partnership of 67 a WCCC victory seemed imminent. With 9

wickets standing and 20 odd overs to go WCCC were in the

Box seat. The all-rounder from Shrewsbury School, Francis

Boys-Stones and Nigel Gadsby from Felsted School soon got

among the middle order batsmen to bring WCCC to 9 for 126<

With 2 balls remaining WCCC needed 3 runs to win. Going

for the big winning hit Leon Buchanan was bowled all over.

Dragons 128 for 8- Ian Pont 46. Nigel Gadsby 10. ' Clive

Carpenter 16. Michael Edwards 21.(S.Overland 2/21. G.Hine

2/17. A.Short 2/21)

WCCC 126, B.Kensey 41. R.Lonie 22, G.Hine 13* ( N.Gadsby

4/33, Francis Boys-Stones 3/39)

29th Dec.

Dragons were led by their tour captain,Stephen Simpson

and WCCC by Chris Body. Batting first Peter Edwards and

Michael Edwards put on 40 for the first wicket. Clive

Catpenter an Simpson scored freely before they fell to

the spinners. The Dragons declared their innings closedat

8 for 164.

From the time they started their innings WCCC appeared

to be in difficulty. The openers put on 28 before Deacon

became Cunningham's first victim.Darryl Stephenson made a

polished 41. Flynn made 17 and the 13 year old Jason Dunn

made a solid 13. Edward Cunningham was the most success -

ful bowler with 7 for 55 in 19 overs.

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It was clear from all accounts that the Dr&qcms' visit

to Canberra was a great success. It's success was due to

a lot of effort and work by many people. The Club's thanks

go to the players who represented the club. Pat & Greg

Flynn and Chris Body for preparing the pitch. The umpires

Cyril Sutton, Andy Rowe, Pat Garnett and Glynnis Crawford

who gave up a day.

Jim and Marj Nuttall kept up their high standard in

catering, while Simon, Julie and Katharina did all 'the

"running around".

My job was made easy by the kindness and willingness

of all the friends of the club who hosted the visitors.


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POINTS

TABLES

GRADE CRICKET

TEAM GRADE 1 GRADE 2 GRADE 3 GRADE 4

W.C.C.C 25 13 27 39

42 25 2^ 23

42 33 34 32

30 37 14 2 7

28 39 37 30

26 23 23 23

24 22 28 12

25 35 39 29

17 i a 12 31

19 27 37 34

This table is correct up to Round 8.

CITY AND SUBURBAN CRICKET

5th GRADE

W.C.C.C 37

Teachers 49

Easts 32

Ginninderra 31

Curtin 21

Kingston-N RSL 17

ANU 11

Daramalan 10

ONE DAY COMPETITION

Wanderers 65

Teachers 57

Workers 56

Woden 41

ANU 41

College 36

Divi. 1

W.C.C.C (GJ 36

Ginninderra 32

Daramalan 31

South Woden (G).... 30

South Woden (Y) 26

W.C.C.C. (R) 14

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WESTON CREEK CRICKET CLUB

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Cricket Coaching Week

Coaching Director

BRIAN BOOTH

FORMER AUSTRALIAN TEST CRICKETER

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The second WCCC-Capital Permanent junior Cricket Coaching

week gets under way on Monday the 21st January.Nearly

100 boys of 10 to 16 years of age will be taking part

in the week-long Cricket School.

This year the club have been fortunate enough to be

able to increase the size of the coaching panel from two

to three.

Brian Booth who needs no introduction to the club members

will be directing the school again. He will be assisted

by Tom Purcell and Steve Bernard.

The coaching sessions will run from 9 am. to 4.00 pm.

with a lunch break at 12.00 noon.

On Monday the 21st. at 12.30 pm., the school will be

officially opened by the Managing Director and the General

Manager of Capital Permanent Building Society, Messrs

David Bastians and Ray Stewart.


VISITORS FROM COONAMBLE

Twelve junior cricketers from the N.S.W. country town

of Coonamble will be visiting Weston Creek by invitation

of the Weston Creek Cricket Club to attend" -the Weston

Creek Cricket Club-Capital Permanent cricket coaching

School. The boys, varying in age from 14 to 17 years will,

at the end of the coaching week, be playing a limited

over match against a WCCC Invitation XI, on Friday, 25th

starting at 2.30 pm.

The visitors will be managed by two leading cricket

administrators from Coonamble, Mr.Laurie Harris and Mr.

Kevin Horan.

It is hoped that the visitors will have a profitable

and an enjoyable stay in Canberra.

FOLLOWING ARE THE VISITORS

Peter O'Connor (17) Bri an Horan (17)

Dean Cleary (16) Bren don 0'Connor (15)

Rodney Byrnes (15) Bernard French (16)

Brian Fulmer (15) Geoff Mulholland (15)

Geoff Dudly (16) Peter Blackman (14)

Norm Sheather (15) Daniel Munro (14)

THANKS

The executive of the club wishes to thank the following

members of the club who helped to man the gates at

Manuka Oval on Monday the 14th. for the West Indies against

tha ACT and Districts . The club receives $150.00 for

this service.

Ray Harding,Chris Harris, Norm Wilson, David Body, Simon

Nuttall, Richard Drew, Mark Burgess, Greg Ratford, Geoff

Deacon, Dave Flatt, Alan Giles, Tim Morris, . Dick Cotton,

Tom Porter, Steve Perks, Peter Mosley, Grame Hine.

I hope I have not forgotten any of the helpers.


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T W I L I G H T

CRICKET

REPORT ON THE FIRST ROUND

This was not for the purists. However, even the purisys

were forsaking their seats and 'tinnies' during the

last few overs of this game.

Like most one day limited over games this one could

have gone either way right up to the last ball. It does

not matter what the state of the pitch was. The done

thing in this sort of game is to put the opposition in

if you win the toss, and Brian Kensey having called correctly

did just that.

Queanbeyan openers gave their side a fair start but

the WCCC bowlers kept the early run rate down. All the

bowlers, particularly the Overland brothers, stuck to

their task and bowled accurately. The middle order batsmen

improved the run rate with some lusty hitting and

cheeky running. Chris Body put an end to that by running

out their highest scorer. Chris picked up the ball from

near the boundary thundered in to Paul Duffus who whipped

the bails with the batsman a yard out of his crease. When

their twenty overs were up, Queanbeyan had made only 113

runs- a rate of 5.65 runs per over.

Kensey and Duff us started well but soon . Weston Creek

were in trouble when Duffus was run out.Greg Irvine joined

Kensey and put on 50 odd for the second wicket. Just

when things were looking good Irvine was run out for 29.

Richard Drew came to the wicket when thinas were not going

well. With the score at 72 he lost his captain who

was on 37. The only excitement at this time was coming

from a small "unruly crowd on the Hill".

With the score in the ninties Drew had three partners

all went to the wicket with a mighty lot of advice from

the 'Hill'. All returned within minutes- all run out.With

20 runs needed Chris Body joined Drew, and the game picked

up new life. One by one they crept up, but then Drew

was clean bowled going for a drive. 8 balls left and 9 to

get with 3 wickets standing. A four off the first ball

relieved the pressure a bit. 3 wickets and seven balls to


get 5 runs. Chris got a single. Home 'hiintes" tnoughz

they could hear Neil's heart beat as he scrambled home to

get a single off the next ball. Body got the required 3

runs off the next ball and WCCC won through to the Semifinals.

Brian Kensey Won the 'Man of the Match" award.

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CRICKET

REPORTS

FIRST

GRADE

The December-Christmas-New Year period saw several new

players performing well in first grade.

vs Norths-WCCC 6 dec.219 (Greg Irvine 65, Phil Mclntyre20

Paddy O'Brien 67, Evans 41) d.Norths 104 (Cobbold 4 for38

Imms 2 for 18, Cotton 2 for 23)

Norths sent us in to bat on a grassy wicket and then

proceeded to bowl short and/or wide of the wicket while

our batsmen showed admirable restraint. Sensible batting

saw us to our highest score of the season with Greg

Irvine Paddy O'Brien and Neil Evans also recording their

best for the season, and Phil Mclntyre 20. Bowlers and

fielders all performed well, keeping pressure on the batsmen.

Trevor Cobbold was the outstanding bowler while the

top catch was Paul Duffus'leg-side catch off Bruce Willet.

vs. South Woden.- S.Woden. 4-62 and 4-104 (Cotton 2-6 and

3 for 25) d. WCCC 53 and 112 (Derrick 30, Walsh 33 O'Brien

18) oughtright.

This time losing the toss was fatal and we never got

into the game. Peter Stanek boweled well on a difficult

pitch and was assisted to reasonable figures by some indifferent

batting. In our second innings we fared a bit

better until the fifth wickets were lost in trying for

quick runs. Good performances were the fielding of Greg

Irvine and Neil Evans and the batting of John Walsh.

vs ANU - ANU 112 (Quin 36* Cobbold 7-33, Drew 2-20) d.

WCCC 102 (Irvine 24, Body 36)

Penetrative bowling by Trevor Cobbold included a Hattrick

and saw us with a lot of time and overs to make the

runs. After a good start however, we demonstrated that we

hadn't learned from ANU's example of batting without purpose

to fail by 10 runs to win a match which we should

have won comfertably. Chris Body's was the best batting

performance while Greg Irvine batted well for his 24.This

match was notable for its lbw decisions.


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vs Norths- WCCC 9-135(Kensey 16, Body 20, Irvine 34, Drew

39) d. Norths 123 (Drew 4-27, Cobbold 2-35, Cotton 3-31)

Our captain shrewdly lost the toss and we were again

sent in by Norths on a wicket of doubtful quality; wet

after rain. The opening stand between Messers Kensey and

Body lasted more than an hour and set the scene for a

respectable score with good innings from Chris Body,Brian

Kensey Greg Irvine and "Bob" Drew. "Bob" also bowled well

and good fielding and bowling saw us win a tight match.

The team and the barrackers performed well under presure.

Dick Cotton

SECOND

GRADE

vs. Ginninderra

Again a disappointing batting display after an opening

partnership of 27 between John Derrick and John Waldron

we collapsed to 8 for 66. But a partnership of 50 between

young Alan Giles and Ray Williams saw us to a modest 118.

Our bowling was again tight and so was the fielding but

Ginninderra managed to pass our score with 9 down.

Bowling honours to Richard Drew who in 19 overs took 5

for 41. Ray Williams bowled 14 overs te take 2 for 12 and

Simon Overland 15 overs, 2 for 23.

vs.Norths

After dismissing Norths for 128 on the first day we

thought we would be in with a chance of winning. Again

the bowling and fielding was tight. S.Overland 2 for 48 ,

T.Overland 2 for 11, Ray Williams 2 for 18 and R. Drew 2

for 15.

But again our poor batting saw us dismissed for a megre

106. Only Alan Giles 19 and Richard Drew 21 giving us

any chance of winning. It is very disappointing in the2nd

grade that so much batting talent is not able to get the

runs.

vs. South Woden

Put into bat on a damp pitch we struggled all dat to

reach 8 for 127 off 56 overs. Thanks to Chris Harris who

in 2% hours made 49 runs.The only other double figures:

Rouse 14 Flemming 14 Williamsl2*.


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With the wicket playing easier, the bowlers for the

first time this year struggled and S.Woden passed our score

with six wickets down in the 54th over.

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vs Ginninderra

This ivas our first defeat of the season. Rain affected

our innings on the second day after rolling Ginninderra

for 187. We were all out for 115. Pat Flynn 34, Mark Burgess

23 and Tony Welsh a patient 16.


vs. North

We struggled in the field all day to hold Norths to 9

for 229 off 92 overs.When we eventually batted salt was

rubbed into their wounds when we finished up with 5 for

233. Bob Couglin 79* Geoff Deacon 29 Lirn Taylor 34 Brian

McLoughlin 39 and Bill Miller a great double 17* and 5/

47 off 25 overs, and Steve Barnsley 2/39.

vs. South Woden

We continued our dominance over South Woden with another

easy victory in the first innings.. Souths 9 for 172

at the end of their allotted time. Richard Pashley 4 for

39 off 19 overs and Bill Miller 2 for 55. Mark burgess 66

He was well supported by Bill Miller with 25, Tromph 18

Barnsley 29*.

Vs ANU

ANU batting first made 9 for 222. WCCC replied with 8-

for 224. J.Deacon 28,J.Taylor 34, G.Singh 34, R.Pashley35

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Porter

FIFTH

GRADE

Vs Ginninderra

A good opening stand by Deacon and Poulos of 55 enabled

us to reach a score of 189(Deacon 36, Zimmer 33, Poulos

25, Branbon 21 Barnsley 20) d. Ginninderra 155(Harding

5 for 40, Ratford 2 for 29)

vs ANU

WCCC 4 dec.110 (Ratford 39* G.Carroll 30*) ANU.44 and

72 (Ratford 3/17 Laverty 2/15 Harding 3/21)

vs Daramalin

Opening partnership of 102 between Harding and Poulos

enabled us to reach 6 for 246(Harding 80, Dixon 53* Poulos

40) d. Daramalin 59 (J.O'Brien 4/24, Harding 5/31,G.

Ratford 1/0)

vs South Curtin

By far our lowest score, all out for 99.(P.Poulos 37

G.Singh 24) South Curtin easily passed us by making 1 /

101 Our first defeat.

vs. Kingston N.R.S.L.

WCCC 6 for 112 (J.O'Brien 35, Harding 20 Wilson 18* )

d. Kingston-N R.S.L. 8 for 109(Huey 3/13 Meare 2/12)

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GREENS TRIUMPH IN ONE-DAY DERBY GAMES

The last game of round one of the competition Greens

outclass the hopeless Reds for a decisive outright win.

Unfortunately Greens just failed to make the top half of

the competition and so will join the Reds in Division 2

for the remainder of the season.

Reds lost the toss yet again and quickly succumbed to

the pace attack of Greens, reaching ameagre 26. Mark Feeley

took 7 for 8 in 8 overs to demoralise the Reds batsmen

.

Greens easily outscored the Reds total, with a" fine

unbeaten 39 by Andrew Newman being the highlight. Rapid

scores of 18(Paul McLean) and 17(Bruce Russell) helped

boost the total to 8/110 dec. In their second innings

ehe Greens fared little better, reaching only 64, with

David Twiss top scoring with 19. Mark Feeley again was

chief destroyer, taking 4 for 19, well supported by Bob

Burton 3 for 6 and Bruce Russell 2 for 13.

A unique but a dubious batting performance was achieved

by Reds' captain Barney Devlin, who scored a "diamond"

pair - out first ball of each innings playing the

bowlers' favourite shot, a mistimed hook.

In the first game of the second round. Reds and the

Greens clashed again, with Greens wishing to remain the

clear leaders of Division 2.

Reds batted first and reached 72, with Bob Camaron,15

Craig Camaron 13, and Dave Flatt 12, leading the scoring.

Bob Burton with 5 for 14 was chief wicket taker. Greens

found little difficulty scoring the necessary runs for

the loss of only 5 wickets. _ _ , .

Barney Devlin

THIRD

GRADE

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