Southern District

Cricket Club

Junior Trials 2022/23

Posted on 6 March 2022
Junior Trials 2022/23

Southern District Cricket Club will be hosting our Junior Boys trials at Bice Oval on Thursday 17 March 2022 and Thursday 24 March 2022 for the upcoming 2022/23 season.

The trials are for EXISTING and NEW players.

To register your interest please contact our Junior Coordinator Ripu Soodan via email on ripu_soodan@yahoo.com. Ripu will provide you with further information and a player identification form which is required to be filled out before 10 March.

Posted in:StingraysJuniors  

Key Roles Available in Women's Program for 2022/23

Posted on 4 March 2022
Key Roles Available in Women's Program for 2022/23

Southern District Cricket Club is looking for a new Director of Women’s Cricket and a Women’s Head Coach.

The Director of Women’s Cricket role will be focused on organising and providing females in the southern area an opportunity to play SACA Premier Cricket.

The Women’s Head Coach role will be focused on training and coaching women’s players in the SACA Premier Cricket competition.

If you believe you are the right person for either of these roles or you would like more information, please contact Harvey Jolly at jollyfam@tpg.com.au.

Posted in:StingraysWomen's Cricket  

U14 Whites Soar into Semi-Finals

Posted on 2 March 2022
U14 Whites Soar into Semi-Finals
The Stingrays are in the Finals!

Our U14 Whites take on Kensington in a Semi Final over the next two weekends at Park 25. The side captained by Joel Howell and coached by Marty Clifton finished second on the table after the regular season to qualify.

The club congratulates them on what they have done thus far, as well as wishes them all the best over the next two weekends as they look for a win.
Posted in:StingraysJuniors  

Tanner Brings up his 150th First Grade Match

Posted on 1 March 2022
Tanner Brings up his 150th First Grade Match
Round 12 marked Shaun Tanner’s 150th 1st Grade Match for Southern District Cricket Club.

Shaun began at the club as a junior before going back to his local club Pt Noarlunga where he soon became A Grade captain. After winning an A Grade premiership at Porties he returned back to Southern District where he made his way through the senior grades into the 1st Grade.

Since his 1st Grade debut, Shaun has become one of the best allrounders in the Premier Cricket Competition and has numerous accomplishments to his name. With the bat he has scored two 1st Grade hundreds and just under 7,000 club runs. With the ball he has taken numerous five wickets hauls, including 5/80 in his 150th match. As well as this Shaun is the clubs leading 1st Grade wicket taker, with 236 wickets.

Shaun was also the Southern District Cricket Club 1st Grade Captain for 6 seasons, where he led the side to the clubs first 1st Grade Premiership in the 2015/16 season, including hitting a 6 out of Woodville Oval to bring up the win. He has also been the clubs 1st Grade coach as well as roles as an assistant coach. Shaun is also a Playing Life Member of the club.

The Southern District Cricket Club would like to congratulate Shaun on this outstanding achievement.
Posted in:Mens Cricket  

Barrett Breaks All-Time Run Scoring Record

Posted on 25 February 2022
Barrett Breaks All-Time Run Scoring Record

This past Saturday on his 30th Birthday, Club Captain Joshua Barrett became the clubs all time leading run scorer in 1st Grade Cricket. Josh moved to 5,326 runs, surpassing Club Legend Shane Deitz’s record of 5,299 runs.

Josh arrived at the club at the age of 11 and made his way through the junior and senior grades before making his 1st Grade debut in the last round of the 2007/08 season. In doing so he became the 86th player to play 1st Grade cricket for the club. Since then Josh has played over a hundred 1st Grade games. Josh also holds club records for; the highest 1st Grade score with 201*, and the most runs in a 1st Grade season, with 898, which he scored in the 2015/16 premiership season.

The Southern District Cricket Club would like to congratulate Josh on this outstanding achievement.

Posted in:Mens Cricket  
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