Playing Shirt Orders

The Club has a new supplier for match shirts. The design is the same as the one introduced last year, but we believe the material is better quality.

All Senior, U18 and U16 players MUST wear this shirt (or last year's shirt if it was the new design) as it is an ATCA requirement. All other juniors are welcome to purchase one but may continue to wear their old shirts until they grow out of it or play in the ATCA competition.

There is a strict two week window to order to ensure that you get your shirt before the seasons starts. Visit the JS sports online shop to order your short or long-sleeve shirt.

Membership Fees 2019/20

The following fees were presented to and approved by Golden Grove Cricket Club members at the 2019 Annual General Meeting.

Fees can be deposited into the following bank account or by cash, cheque or EFTPOS at the Club.  Please contact Club Treasurer, Sharon Seedsman, via email (sharon@goldengroveccc.asn.au) if you wish to apply for a payment plan.  A deposit of $50 is required by 1 October 2019.

Senior players who pay in full by 31 October 2019 will receive 25 Brumbie Bucks to spend over the Club's bar or on apparel.

Senior Coach Announcement

The Golden Grove Cricket Club Committee is pleased to announce the appointment of Jack Churchill as the Club's Senior Coach for the 2019/20 season.  Jack is a Life Member of the Club, Premiership Captain and served as the Assistant Senior Coach under Jay during the 2018/19 season.

More information will be released closer to the season regarding pre-season training and player meetings.

U16 Cricket Tour to Kuala Lumpur

Please see below from Madu at Mega Courts Indoor Sports regarding an U16 Cricket Tour to Malaysia:

We are delighted to announce that we will be touring Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in April 2019 (16th April to 22nd April). MCIS Under 16 team participated in the 6th SCA TYCDIEP International T20 Youth Cricket tournament held in April 2016. The touring group had a fantastic time and came away winners. It was an experience that many of the young cricketers may only see once in their lifetime.