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OFFICIAL HANDBOOK S EAS O N

2017 - 18


CRICKET IS A GAME FOR EVERYONE

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WELCOME TO ANOTHER BIG SEASON OF VICTORIAN CRICKET. This summer there will be tens of thousands of players from across Victoria in action, all aiming for glory. After a busy pre-season of training and trials, now is the time for all that hard work and preparation to start delivering results out on the field. Fitzroy Doncaster clinched their second consecutive Premier Cricket title in 2016-17 - the first club to record consecutive flags in almost a decade. Essendon-Maribyrnong Park ended Box Hill’s hopes of a Women’s Premier cricket four-peat with their first victory in the competition since 2012-13. The exciting season ahead comes during a new era for Victorian cricket with a range of important projects underway. The new Victorian Cricket and Community Centre at the Junction Oval continues to progress towards completion and cricket will be played at the new venue for the first time this season. Through $25 million of outstanding support from the State Government, Victorian cricket will have a wonderful new home in 2018 in a landmark moment for the sport in this state. In addition, the focus on increasing participation in women and girls will be at the forefront of our work this season. From the grassroots through to the elite pathways, we are committed to ensuring everyone from local administrators through to elite players have the same opportunities to make a positive impact on the game. Victoria had the highest number of applicants of any state for Cricket Australia’s Growing Cricket for Girls Fund, demonstrating that a range of clubs across the Victorian community are determined to ensure cricket is a welcoming, inclusive and friendly environment for women and girls. We want Victoria to be the top ranked state for participation in Australia and we’ll continue to work closely with clubs and associations to deliver effective ways to attract as many participants as possible to our game. Ultimately our aim is to transition those participants to the club environment to establish a long-term connection with the game. Cricket prides itself on being a welcoming and inclusive environment and I encourage all players to continue promoting that message this season. I’d like to wish our community clubs competing under the auspices of the VSDCA, VMCU, VCCL and WCCC all the best in their pursuit of victory this summer. Good luck for the season ahead and I wish your team every success.

TO N Y D O D E M A I D E Chief Executive Officer - Cricket Victoria

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CONTENTS

Cricket Victoria — D  irectors, Selection Committee & CEO Cricket Victoria Metropolitan Region — Chairpersons & Regional Cricket Managers

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VCCL Region — Presidents & Regional Cricket Managers

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Club & Association Delegates — Men’s Premier

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Administration Managers — Men’s Premier

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Administration Managers — Women’s Premier

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Fixture — Men’s Premier

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Fixture — Women’s Premier

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Ground Locations

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Club Information — Men’s Premier

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Club Information — Women’s Premier

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Premier Cricket Contact Page — Scores & Weather

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Career Records — Men’s Premier 1 XI

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Premier Rules

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Premier Policies

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Indoor Cricket — Centre Listings

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VSDCA — Info, Ground Locations & Club Secretaries

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VMCU Info

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VCCL Info

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Australian International Fixtures — Men’s & Women’s

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WNCL Fixtures

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KFC Big Bash League Fixture

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Women’s Big Bash League Fixture

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JLT One-Day Cup Fixture

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JLT Sheffield Shield Fixture

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Toyota Futures League Fixtures

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Cricket Victoria Sponsors

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CRICKET VICTORIA 2017-18 CV DIRECTORS

MEN’S SELECTION COMMITTEE

Mr P Barker, Mr TV Considine, Ms C Fatone, Mr PW Jackson, Mr D Maddocks, Mr RW Thomas (Chair) and Mr P Williams

Mr RJ Bright, Mr AW Lynch (Chair) Mr MW Ridgway and Mr AB McDonald

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

WOMEN’S SELECTION COMMITTEE

Mr AIC Dodemaide

Mr DL Hemp, Ms M Lanning and Ms K Rolton

CRICKET VICTORIA 86 Jolimont Street, East Melbourne, VIC, 3002 Telephone: (03) 9653 1100 General Fax: (03) 9653 1196 Website: www.cricketvictoria.com.au General Email: vca@cricketvictoria.com.au

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A TERRIBLE CRICKET INNINGS, BUT A ROAD TOLL WE SHOULD AIM FOR. Last year, 291 people lost their lives on Victorian roads. Thousands more suffered serious, often life changing injuries. Together with Cricket Victoria and the broader Victorian community, the TAC is working towards our long term goal to achieve zero road deaths and serious injuries. This vision is called Towards Zero.

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CRICKET VICTORIA METROPOLITAN REGION

CHAIRPERSONS & REGIONAL CRICKET MANAGERS 2017-18

WEST METRO

REGION 9

Chairperson: Email: Phone:

VANESSA PEREIRA vapereira@bigpond.com 0418 546 800

NORTH WEST METRO

REGION 10

Chairperson: TBA

NORTH METRO Chairperson: Email: Phone:

Chairperson: Email: Phone:

REGION 12 Regional Cricket Manager: PAUL GILCHRIST Email: pgilchrist@cricketvictoria.com.au Phone: 0437 686 158

TBA

Regional Cricket Manager: CLINTON KENNON Email: ckennon@cricketvictoria.com.au Phone: 0473 040 593

DAVID BEATTY d_m_beatty@hotmail.com 0417 335 749

Regional Cricket Manager: DI DAY Email: dday@cricketvictoria.com.au Phone: 0427 314 389

REGION 13

Chairperson:

OUTER EAST METRO

REGION 14

SOUTH EAST BAYSIDE

SOUTH METRO Chairperson: Email: Phone:

Regional Cricket Manager: DAVID HALL Email: dhall@cricketvictoria.com.au Phone: 9372 9681

IAN CRAWFORD i_crawford@bigpond.com 0419 508 309

INNER EAST METRO

Chairperson: Email: Phone:

Regional Cricket Manager: DANIEL TREVILLIAN Email: dtrevillian@cricketvictoria.com.au Phone: W 9653 1100 M 0438 650 704

REGION 11 IRMA NAPOLITANO info@cuttingedgecricket.com.au 0490 051 281

INNER SOUTH EAST METRO

Chairperson: Email: Phone:

Regional Cricket Manager: STUART WILSON Email: swilson@cricketvictoria.com.au Phone: 0401 841 284

REGION 15

PETER FITCHETT pfitchett@casey.vic.gov.au 0429 487 762

Regional Cricket Manager: STUART CLARK Email: sclark@cricketvictoria.com.au Phone: 96531100

REGION 16 ROSS HEPBURN Regional Cricket Manager: ADRIAN JONES coshaw@netspace.net.au Email: ajones@cricketvictoria.com.au 0418 360 263 Phone: 9772 2240

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CRICKET VICTORIA COUNTRY REGION

PRESIDENTS & REGIONAL CRICKET MANAGERS 2017-18

MALLEE-MURRAY

REGION 1

President: Email: Phone:

RUSSELL BOTT randsbott@activ8.com.au 0427 576 272

WESTERN WAVES

REGION 2

President: Email: Phone:

KELVIN WHITE kwh84567@bigpond.net.au 0429 921 876

CENTRAL HIGHLANDS RON JENNINGS ron@bej.com.au 0408 503 699

Regional Cricket Manager: CAMPBELL WARING Email: cwaring@cricketvictoria.com.au Phone: 0427 839 548

BARRY MCFARLANE barrymcfarlane@yahoo.com.au 0425 728 6252

Regional Cricket Manager: DOM MCGLINCHEY Email: dmcglinchey@cricketvictoria.com.au Phone: 0409 018 096

BARWON

REGION 4

NORTHERN RIVERS

REGION 5

President: Email: Phone:

TRAVIS HARLING tharling75@gmail.com 0429 950 954

NORTH EAST COUNTRY President: Email: Phone:

Regional Cricket Manager: RHYS MILLER Email: rmiller@cricketvictoria.com.au Phone: 0407 922 414

REGION 7 GEORGE MUNRO gmunroafs@bigpond.com 0438 595 205

SOUTH EAST COUNTRY President: Email: Phone:

Regional Cricket Manager: BEN DEARAUGO Email: bdearaugo@cricketvictoria.com.au Phone: 0408 562 704

REGION 6 MICHAEL ERDELJAC erdel26@hotmail.com 0418 691 601

GIPPSLAND President: Email: Phone:

Regional Cricket Manager: TBA Email: Phone: CV Reception - 9653 1100

REGION 3

President: Email: Phone:

President: Email: Phone:

Regional Cricket Manager: TOM HUF Email: thuf@cricketvictoria.com.au Phone: 0408 321 877

KEITH THOMPSON keiththompson@bigpond.com 0408 353 076

Regional Cricket Manager: SHANNON SMALL Email: ssmall@cricketvictoria.com.au Phone: 0400 510 593

REGION 8 Regional Cricket Manager: ROBERT ELSTON Email: relston@cricketvictoria.com.au Phone: 0431 293 232

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ALMOST $2MILLION RAISED FOR GRASSROOTS CRICKET CLUBS The 2016-17 Toyota Good for Cricket Raffle smashed fundraising records for six, with 393 grassroots clubs from from every state and territory around the country raising a massive total of $628, 690. This fantastic result means that since launching in 2012, the raffle has racked up almost $2million. Now that’s Good for Cricket! 100% of all proceeds go back to clubs, so they can invest on growing the game in their community with... • Facility upgrades and renovations

• Installation of cricket nets

• Ground maintenance

• New equipment and uniforms

• Trophies and awards

• Junior coaching clinics & much more!

Congratulations to all involved! Don’t forget to keep your eye on the ball for more information on the upcoming season. GET INVOLVED If you would like to get your club involved in Toyota’s Good for Cricket program next season, visit toyota.com.au/cricket to stay up to date with upcoming plans and details!

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CLUB & ASSOCIATION DELEGATES

CLUB

DELEGATE

ALTERNATE DELEGATE

CAMBERWELL MAGPIES

Barry Russ

Brett Watkins

CARLTON

John Douglas

Brian McKenna

CASEY-SOUTH MELBOURNE

Ross Hibbins

Matthew Hawking

DANDENONG

Brendan McArdle

Gary Davidson

ESSENDON

Simon Tobin

Mike Walsh

FITZROY DONCASTER

Graeme Cook

Leigh Watts

FOOTSCRAY EDGEWATER

Geoff Collinson

Jeff Russ

FRANKSTON PENINSULA

Dennis Prendergast

Glenn Davey

GEELONG

Peter McCoombe

Jason Doherty

GREENVALE KANGAROOS

Bruce Kent

Ken Hutchinson

KINGSTON HAWTHORN

Petar Ivetic

Brett Sebire

MELBOURNE

Peter King

Michael Sholly

MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY

Derek Bennett

Peter Anderson

MONASH TIGERS

Ken Sharp

Jim Higgs

NORTHCOTE

Mark Sundberg

Grant Gardiner

PRAHRAN

John Raglus

Phil Williamson

RINGWOOD

Mark Freeman

Tamara Mason

ST KILDA

Paul Meddings

Paul Ryan

WOMEN’S PREMIER CRICKET PANEL

Kelly Applebee

Penelope Cleghorn

VCCL

Keith Thompson

Warren Riches

VMCU

Mark Keating

Rod Patterson

VSDCA

James Sheehan

Dr Geoff Hart

VSDCA

Phil O’Meara

Geoff Richardson

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ADMINISTRATION MANAGERS MEN’S PREMIER CLUBS

CAMBERWELL

Tony Grace

0414 736 895

camberwellmagpies@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

carlton@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

MAGPIES CARLTON

John McConville

0418 551 651

CASEY-SOUTH

Ross Moore (acting)

0419 284 706 caseysouthmelbourne@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

MELBOURNE DANDENONG

Liz Williamson

0409 184 277

dandenong@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

ESSENDON

Jenny Tobin

0407 877 290

essendon@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

FITZROY

Alice Barrow

0400 631 262

fitzdon@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

0407 323 779

footscray@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

0431 777390

footscray@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

DONCASTER FOOTSCRAY

David Gleeson

EDGEWATER FRANKSTON

Joanne Davey

PENINSULA GEELONG

Lee Doherty

(03) 5223 3023

GREENVALE

Ken Hutchinson

0418 582 902

greenvalekangaroos@club.cricketvictoria.comau

John Noonan

0418 114 713

kingstonhawthorn@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

geelong@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

KANGAROOS KINGSTON

HAWTHORN MELBOURNE

Steven McCooke

0400 833 870

melbourne@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

MELBOURNE

Jean Luke Desmarais

0401 469 004

melbuni@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

MONASH TIGERS Brett Davidson

0425 708 021

richmond@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

NORTHCOTE

Zach Whelan

0439 612 314

northcote@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

PRAHRAN

Lisa Grimwade

0411 883 936

prahran@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

RINGWOOD

John Cassidy

0425 731 736

ringwood@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

ST KILDA

David Johnstone

0433 481 424

stkilda@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

UNI

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ADMINISTRATION MANAGERS WOMEN’S PREMIER CLUBS

BOX HILL

Pennie Harrison

0421 567 760 boxhill@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

BRIGHTON

Georgie Dwyer

0419 778 794

brightondistrict@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

DISTRICT COBURG

Andrew Hart

0411 372 782

cbgwomens@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

DANDENONG

Liz Williamsom

0409 184 277

dandenong@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

ESSENDON

Jodie Hamilton

0427 860 226 essmarprk@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

MELBOURNE

Steven McCooke

0400 833 870

melbourne@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

MELTON

Anthony Gale

0411 433 665

melton@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

PLENTY

Dianne Herman

0414 943 000

plentyvalley@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

PRAHRAN

Lisa Grimwade

0411 883 936

prahran@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

RINGWOOD

John Cassidy

0425 731 736

ringwood@club.cricketvictoria.com.au

MARIBYRNONG PARK

VALLEY

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MEN’S XIs

PREMIER FIXTURES 2017-2018

ROU N D 1

RO U N D 4

RO U N D 7 | T 2 0

SAT 7 OCT

SAT 28 OCT

SAT 18 NOV

Melbourne v Fitz Donc Prahran v Footscray King Haw v Monash Tigers Melb Uni v Camb Magpies Casey-SM v Ringwood Green Kang v Essendon Carlton v St Kilda Frank Pen v Dandenong Geelong v Northcote

Northcote v Fitz Donc Monash Tigers v Footscray Camb Magpies v Prahran Ringwood v Melbourne Essendon v King Haw St Kilda v Melb Uni Dandenong v Casey-SM Geelong v Green Kang Frank Pen v Carlton

Fitz Donc v Ringwood Footscray v Essendon Prahran v St Kilda Melbourne v Dandenong King Haw v Geelong Melb Uni v Frank Pen Casey-SM v Carlton Green Kang v Northcote Mon Tigers v Camb Magpies

ROU N D 2

BACK2HOME #1 TUE 31 OCT

RO U N D 8 | T 2 0

SAT 14 OCT Fitz Donc v Prahran Northcote v Footscray Monash Tigers v Melbourne Camb Magpies v King Haw Ringwood v Melb Uni Essendon v Casey-SM St Kilda v Green Kang Dandenong v Carlton Geelong v Frank Pen

ROU N D 3 SAT 21 OCT Footscray v Fitz Donc Prahran v Monash Tigers Melbourne v Camb Magpies King Haw v Ringwood Melb Uni v Essendon Casey-SM v St Kilda Green Kang v Dandenong Carlton v Geelong Frank Pen v Northcote

RESERVE DAY SUN 22 OCT

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RO U N D 5 SAT 4 NOV Fitz Donc v Monash Tigers Footscray v Camb Magpies Prahran v Ringwood Melbourne v Essendon King Haw v St Kilda Melb Uni v Dandenong Casey-SM v Geelong Green Kang v Frank Pen Carlton v Northcote

RESERVE DAY SUN 5 NOV

RO U N D 6 SAT 11 NOV Camb Magpies v Fitz Donc Ringwood v Footscray Essendon v Prahran St Kilda v Melbourne Dandenong v King Haw Geelong v Melb Uni Frank Pen v Casey-SM Carlton v Green Kang Northcote v Monash Tigers

SUN 19 NOV Essendon v Fitz Donc St Kilda v Footscray Dandenong v Prahran Geelong v Melbourne Frank Pen v King Haw Carlton v Melb Uni Green Kang v Casey-SM Ringwood v Monash Tigers Northcote v Camb Magpies

RO U N D 9 | T 2 0 SAT 25 NOV Fitz Donc v St Kilda Footscray v Dandenong Prahran v Geelong Melbourne v Frank Pen King Haw v Carlton Melb Uni v Green Kang Casey-SM v Northcote Monash Tigers v Essendon Camb Magpies v Ringwood


R O U N D 10 | T20

RO U N D 1 3

SUN 26 NOV

SAT 13 & 20 JAN

Dandenong v Fitz Donc Geelong v Footscray Frank Pen v Prahran Carlton v Melbourne Green Kang v King Haw Casey-SM v Melb Uni St Kilda v Monash Tigers Essendon v Camb Magpies Northcote v Ringwood

Fitz Donc v Carlton Footscray v Green Kang Prahran v Casey-SM Melbourne v Melb Uni Northcote v King Haw Monash Tigers v Frank Pen Camb Magpies v Geelong Ringwood v Dandenong Essendon v St Kilda

R O U N D 11

WHITE BALL FINALS SUN 21 JAN

SAT 2 & 9 DEC

RO U N D 1 4

Fitz Donc v Geelong Footscray v Frank Pen Prahran v Carlton Melbourne v Green Kang King Haw v Casey-SM Melb Uni v Northcote Monash Tigers v Dandenong Camb Magpies v St Kilda Ringwood v Essendon

R O U N D 12 SAT 16 & 23 DEC Frank Pen v Fitz Donc Carlton v Footscray Green Kang v Prahran Casey-SM v Melbourne Melb Uni v King Haw St Kilda v Ringwood Dandenong v Camb Magpies Geelong v Monash Tigers Essendon v Northcote

SAT 27 JAN & 3 FEB Green Kang v Fitz Donc Casey-SM v Footscray Melb Uni v Prahran King Haw v Melbourne Dandenong v Essendon Geelong v Ringwood Frank Pen v Camb Magpies Carlton v Monash Tigers St Kilda v Northcote

Essendon v Geelong St Kilda v Dandenong

RO U N D 1 6 SAT 17 & 24 FEB Melb Uni v Fitz Donc King Haw v Footscray Melbourne v Prahran Geelong v St Kilda Frank Pen v Essendon Carlton v Ringwood Green Kang v Camb Magpies Casey-SM v Monash Tigers Dandenong v Northcote

RO U N D 1 7 SAT 3 & 10 MAR Fitz Donc v King Haw Footscray v Melbourne Northcote v Prahran Monash Tigers v Melb Uni Camb Magpies v Casey-SM Ringwood v Green Kang Essendon v Carlton St Kilda v Frank Pen Dandenong v Geelong

BACK2HOME #2 TUE 30 JAN

RO U N D 1 5 SAT 10 & SUN 11 FEB Fitz Donc v Casey-SM Footscray v Melb Uni Prahran v King Haw Northcote v Melbourne Monash Tigers v Green Kang Camb Magpies v Carlton Ringwood v Frank Pen

FINAL SERIES (ALL XI’s) QUARTER FINALS SAT 17 & SUN 18 MAR SEMI FINALS SAT 24 & SUN 25 MAR FINALS SAT 31 MAR & SUN 1 APR (1STS MON 2 APR, TUE 3 APR RES)

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WOMEN’S 1ST XIs PREMIER FIXTURES 2017-2018

ONE-DAY

RO U N D 5

RO U N D 9

ROU N D 1

SUN 12 NOV

SAT 3 MAR

Melbourne v Box Hill Prahran v Essendon MP Plenty Valley v Dandenong

Essendon MP v Dandenong

SAT 7 OCT Essendon MP v Melbourne

SUN 8 OCT

RO U N D 6

Melbourne v Prahran Plenty Valley v Box Hill

Dandenong v Box Hill Plenty Valley v Prahran

SAT 18 NOV

RO U N D 1 0

Essendon MP v Box Hill

ROU N D 2 SUN 15 OCT Melbourne v Plenty Valley Box Hill v Essendon MP Prahran v Dandenong

ROU N D 3 SAT 21 OCT Essendon MP v Plenty Valley

Melbourne v Dandenong Box Hill v Prahran

SAT 10 MAR

SUN 19 NOV

Essendon MP v Prahran

Plenty Valley v Melbourne Dandenong v Prahran

SUN 11 MAR Box Hill v Melbourne Dandenong v Plenty Valley

T20 CO M PETITI O N 25 N OVE M B E R 10 F E B R UARY

RO U N D 7

SUN 22 OCT

S E M I F I NAL SAT 1 7 MA R (R E S E RV E DAY: S U N 1 8 MA R)

SUN 18 FEB

ROU N D 4

Melbourne v Essendon MP Box Hill v Dandenong Prahran v Plenty Valley

F I NAL

SUN 29 OCT

RO U N D 8

(R E S E RV E DAY:

Prahran v Melbourne Box Hill v Plenty Valley Dandenong v Essendon MP

N OV 4-5 (N O P L AY )

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SUN 4 MAR

SUN 25 FEB Dandenong v Melbourne Prahran v Box Hill Plenty Valley v Essendon MP

SAT 2 4 MA R S U N 2 5 MA R)


T20

CH RISTMAS BREAK

ROU N D 1

RO U N D 5

SAT 25 NOV

SUN 14 JAN

#Melbourne v Prahran #Essendon MP v Ringwood #Coburg v Plenty Valley

Melbourne v Ringwood Prahran v Essendon MP Coburg v Box Hill Dandenong v Plenty Valley

SUN 26 NOV #Dandenong v Box Hill

RO U N D 6

ROU N D 2

WED 24 JAN (5.30PM)

SUN 3 DEC Melbourne v Dandenong Plenty Valley v Prahran Coburg v Essendon MP Ringwood v Box Hill

Essendon MP v Plenty Valley Melbourne v Coburg Dandenong v Ringwood

FRI 26 JAN (6.30PM) Prahran v Box Hill

ROU N D 3

RO U N D 7

SAT 9 DEC

SAT 3 FEB

Essendon MP v Melbourne

Essendon MP v Dandenong

SUN 10 DEC

SUN 4 FEB

Prahran v Ringwood Box Hill v Plenty Valley Dandenong v Coburg

Box Hill v Melbourne Plenty Valley v Ringwood Coburg v Prahran

ROU N D 4 SUN 17 DEC Box Hill v Essendon MP Ringwood v Coburg Prahran v Dandenong Plenty Valley v Melbourne

T20 F I NAL SAT 10 F E B 2.30P M

#Double header with Premier men’s XI

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PREMIER RESERVES ONE-DAY COMPETITION 2017-2018

RO U N D 1

RO U N D 5

SUN 4 MAR

SUN 8 OCT

SAT 11 NOV

Prahran v Melbourne Box Hill v Plenty Valley

Melbourne v Essendon MP Box Hill v Dandenong Prahran v Plenty Valley

Essendon MP v Prahran

SUN 12 NOV

RO U N D 2

Dandenong v Plenty Valley Box Hill v Melbourne

SAT 14 OCT

RO U N D 6

Essendon MP v Box Hill Dandenong v Prahran

SUN 19 NOV

SUN 11 MAR Melbourne v Box Hill Prahran v Essendon MP Plenty Valley v Dandenong

SEM I FI NAL

Plenty Valley v Melbourne

Melbourne v Plenty Valley Box Hill v  Essendon MP Prahran v  Dandenong

RO U N D 3

RO U N D 7

SAT 21 OCT

SAT 17 FEB

Dandenong v Melbourne

Essendon MP v Melbourne Dandenong v Box Hill

FI NAL

SUN 18 FEB

( R E S E RV E DAY :

Plenty Valley v Prahran

S AT 3 1 M A R )

SUN 15 FEB

SUN 22 OCT Prahran v Box Hill Plenty Valley v Essendon MP

RO U N D 4

RO U N D 8

SAT 28 OCT

SAT 24 FEB

Essendon MP v Dandenong

Essendon MP v Plenty Valley

SUN 29 OCT

SUN 25 FEB

Melbourne v Prahran Plenty Valley v Box Hill

Melbourne v Dandenong Box Hill v Prahran

N OV 4 -5 (N O P L AY)

RO U N D 9 SAT 3 MAR Dandenong v Essendon MP

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RO U N D 10

S AT 1 7 M A R ( R E S E RV E DAY : SU N 18 MAR)

SU N 25 MAR


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WOMEN’S 2ND XIs PREMIER FIXTURES 2017-2018

ONE-DAY

RO U N D 6

SUN 11 MAR

ROU N D 1

SUN 19 NOV

Coburg v Melton Carl-Brunswick v BYE

SUN 8 OCT

Carl-Brunswick v Coburg Melton v Ringwood Brighton Dist v BYE

Coburg v Ringwood Melton v BYE Carl-Brunswick v Brighton Dist

ROU N D 2 SUN 15 OCT Coburg v Carlton-Brunswick Ringwood v Melton BYE v Brighton Dist

ROU N D 3 SUN 22 OCT BYE v Coburg Melton v Brighton Dist Carl-Brunswick v Ringwood

ROU N D 4 SUN 29 OCT Coburg v Brighton Dist Carl-Brunswick v Melton Ringwood v BYE

N OV 4-5 (N O P L AY )

T WE NT Y20 CO M PETITI O N 25 N OVE M B E R 10 F E B R UARY

RO U N D 7 SUN 18 FEB Ringwood v Coburg BYE v Melton Brighton Dist v Carl-Brunswick

RO U N D 8 SUN 25 FEB Coburg v BYE Brighton Dist v Melton Ringwood v Carl-Brunswick

RO U N D 9 SUN 4 MAR Brighton Dist v Coburg Melton v Carl-Brunswick BYE v Ringwood

ROU N D 5 RO U N D 1 0 SUN 12 NOV Melton v Coburg Brighton Dist v Ringwood BYE v Carl-Brunswick

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SAT 10 MAR Ringwood v Brighton Dist

S E M I F I NAL SAT 1 7 MA R (R E S E RV E DAY: S U N 1 8 MA R)

F I NAL S U N 2 5 MA R (R E S E RV E DAY: SAT 3 1 MA R)


T20 ROU N D 1 SAT 25 NOV (2:30PM)

*Prahran v Dandenong *Plenty Valley v Melbourne Melton v Carlton-Brunswick

CH RISTMAS BREAK

RO U N D 8 SUN 28 JAN (2.30PM) AT CARLTON CC & MELB UNI

#Melbourne v Prahran #Essendon MP v Melton

RO U N D 5

Dandenong v Melbourne Carl-Brunswick v Plenty Valley Brighton Dist v Essendon MP

SUN 26 NOV

SUN 14 JAN

AT MELTON CC

#Dand v Box Hill (2:30pm) #Carl-Bruns v Brighton Dist (11am) BYE v Plenty Valley

*Melbourne v Melton *Prahran v Essendon MP Brighton Dist v Box Hill *Dandenong v Plenty Valley Carl-Brunswick v BYE

Melton v Prahran BYE v Box Hill

ROU N D 2 RO U N D 6 SUN 3 DEC *Melbourne v Brighton Dist *Plenty Valley v Prahran BYE v Essendon MP Melton v Dandenong Carl-Brunswick v Box Hill

ROU N D 3

SAT 20 JAN Essendon MP v Carl-Bruns

SUN 21 JAN BYE v Melbourne Box Hill v Prahran Melton v Plenty Valley Brighton Dist v Dandenong

SAT 9 DEC *Essendon MP v Melbourne

SUN 10 DEC *Prahran v Carl-Brunswick *Box Hill v Plenty Valley *Dandenong v BYE Melton v Brighton Dist

ROU N D 4 SUN 17 DEC *Box Hill v Essendon MP Brighton Dist v BYE

RO U N D 9 SUN 4 FEB *Box Hill v Melbourne Carl-Brunswick v Dandenong *Plenty Valley v Essendon MP Brighton Dist v Prahran BYE v Melton

T2 0 F I NAL SAT 1 0 F E B 11 A M

RO U N D 7 SUN 28 JAN (11AM) AT CARLTON CC & MELB UNI Carl-Brunswick v Melbourne Plenty Valley v Brighton Dist Essendon MP v Dandenong

AT MELTON CC Melton v Box Hill Prahran v BYE

*Double header with P1 game (2:30pm start) #Double header with Premier men’s XI

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CRICKET GROUND LOCATIONS MEN’S & WOMEN’S 1ST & 2ND XIs

BOX HILL

City Oval, Cnr Middleborough Rd & Whitehorse Rd, Box Hill

BRIGHTON DISTRICT

Dendy Park, Breen Drive, Brighton East

CAMBERWELL MAGPIES

Camberwell Sports Ground, Camberwell Road, Camberwell

CARLTON

Princes Park #1 Oval, Royal Parade, North Carlton

CARLTON-BRUNSWICK

AG Gillon Oval, Pearson Street, Brunswick

CASEY-SOUTH MELBOURNE

Casey Fields #4 Oval, Berwick-Cranbourne Rd, Cranbourne East

COBURG

City Oval, Russell St, Coburg

DANDENONG

Shepley Oval, Pultney Street, Dandenong

DANDENONG LIONS

Greaves Res, Dandenong Showgrounds Oval 4, Bennet St, Dand

ESSENDON

Windy Hill, Brewster Street, Essendon

ESSENDON MP

Aberfeldie Park, Moonee Ponds

FITZROY-DONCASTER

Schramms Reserve, JJ Tully Drive, Doncaster

FOOTSCRAY-EDGEWATER

Mervyn G Hughes Oval, Farnsworth Avenue, Footscray

FRANKSTON PENINSULA

AH Butler Oval, Jubilee Park, Hill Street, Frankston

GEELONG

Geelong Cricket Ground, Kardina Park, Moorabool Street

GREENVALE KANGAROOS

Greenvale Reserve, Section Road, Greenvale

KINGSTON HAWTHORN

Walter Galt Reserve, cnr Davey and Victoria Streets, Parkdale

MELBOURNE

Albert Ground, St. Kilda Road, Melbourne

MELBOURNE (WOMEN’S 2ND XIS)

HG Smith Oval, Macarthur Road, Parkville

MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY

University grounds, off College Crescent, Carlton

MELTON

MacPherson Park, No. 1 Oval, Coburns Rd, Melton

MONASH TIGERS

Central Reserve, Cnr Springvale & Waverley Rd.,Glen Waverley

NAPOLEONS-SEBASTOPOL

Napoleons Reserve, Colac Road, Napoleons (Ballarat)

NORTHCOTE

Bill Lawry Oval, Westgarth Street, Northcote

PLENTY VALLEY

Yarrambat, Ironbark Road, Yarrambat

PRAHRAN

Toorak Park, 580 Orrong Road, Armadale

PRAHRAN (WOMEN’S 2ND XIS)

Righetti Oval, Talbot Crescent, Kooyong

RINGWOOD

Russell Lucas Oval, Jubilee Park, Greenwood Avenue, Ringwood

ST. KILDA

Harry Trott Oval, off Lakeside Drive, Albert Park

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CAMBERWELL MAGPIES

Watson Park, Munro Avenue, Ashburton

CARLTON

Princes Park #2 Oval, South of main oval

CASEY-SOUTH MELBOURNE

Casey Fields #5 Oval, Berwick-Cranbourne Rd, Cranbourne East

DANDENONG

Wilson Oval, Pultney Street, outside main oval, Dandenong

ESSENDON

Cross Keys Reserve, Cnr Pascoe Vale Road & Woodland Street

FITZROY-DONCASTER

Schramms Reserve No 2 Oval, JJ Tully Drive, Doncaster

FOOTSCRAY-EDGEWATER

Tony Dodemaide Oval, Farnsworth Ave, Footscray

FRANKSTON PENINSULA

Jubilee Park No 2 Oval, Hill Street, Frankston

GEELONG

Kardinia Park, Moorabool Street, Geelong

GREENVALE KANGAROOS

Greenvale Reserve #2, Section Road, Greenvale

KINGSTON HAWTHORN

Ross Gregory Oval, outside main oval, St. Kilda

MELBOURNE

HG Smith Oval, Macarthur Road, Parkville

MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY

Princes Park #3 Oval, Parkville

MONASH TIGERS

Central Reserve, Cnr Springvale & Waverley Rd.,Glen Waverley

NORTHCOTE

Binnak Park, Sharpes Road, Watsonia

PRAHRAN

Righetti Oval, Talbot Crescent, Kooyong

RINGWOOD

Jubilee Park No 2 Oval, outside main oval, Ringwood

ST.KILDA

Ian Johnson Oval, off Lakeside Drive, Albert Park

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CAMBERWELL MAGPIES Barry Russ Tony Grace 0414 736 895 camberwellmagpies@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Barry Russ Camberwell Sports Ground, Camberwell Road, Camberwell. Tel: 9813 0208 Black, White, Green & Gold (The Magpies) ​Brendan Drew ​Brendan Drew

President: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Delegate: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: ​ 591 v Carlton 1921/22 (SF) Highest Score Against:​ 688 by Prahran 1921/22 (F) Lowest Score For: ​ 31 v Melbourne 1935/36 Lowest Score Against: ​ 38 by Waverley 1979/80 Most Matches: ​ J Ryder 320

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: ​ J Ryder 12,118 Highest Aggregate-Season: ​ SF Hill 972 2013/14 Highest Individual Score: J Ryder 267 v Carlton 1921/22

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt ​ Runs​ Batsmen ​​​ Versus ​ 1st​ 259​ GR Vimpani (224*)​ &​ AJ Amalfi (91) ​Foots ​ 2nd ​ 307 ​SF Hill (208*) ​& ​ JM Martin (114)​ Ncte ​ 3rd ​381 ​J Ryder (267) ​ & ​ JL Keating (197) ​ Carl ​ 4th 220 ​KW Stackpole (109*)​ & ​ HF Lambert (154) ​Rich ​ ​ 220 ​MTG Elliott (152) ​ & ​ CJ Harris (121) ​N Melb ​ 5th ​ 182​ DA Emerson (119) ​ & ​CJ Harris (106) ​ Ncte ​ 6th 190​ SF Hill (135*) ​ &​ L Baldry (83) ​​ S Melb ​ 7th ​147* ​ DR Shanahan (132*)​ & ​JG Weinstock (66) ​Prah ​ 8th 240​ AE Brown (180) ​ & ​LFP Stewart (146) ​ H/EM ​ 9th ​116*​ VC Monohan (143*) ​ &​ W Grose (22*)​ N Melb ​ 10th ​ 110​ DR Shanahan (172)​ & ​ DT Beardsley (10*) ​Dand​ BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: ​ J Ryder 600 Highest Aggregate-Season: ​ RT Tuttle 62 – 1945/46 Best Analysis-Innings:​ NC Shaw 9/25 v Carlton 1957/58 Best Analysis-Match:​ NC Shaw 11/60 (2/35 & 9/25 v Carlton 1957/58 FLAGS Club Championship 1st XI Premiers 2nd XI Premiers

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Season 1998/99 2014/15 1921/22 (SF) 1951/52 1994/95 1995/96 2003/04 2002/03 1926/27 (SF) 1924/25 2002/03

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victims-Career: ​I McKenzie 411 (331ct/80st) Most Victims-Season: ​ GA Townley 42 (41ct/1st) Most Victims-Innings:​ EA Baker 7(4st/3st) v Prahran 1938/39 Most Victims-Match: ​ JG Weinstock 8 (8 ct) v Sth Melb 2002/03


CARLTON President: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Delegate: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

John Douglas John McConville 0418 551 651 carlton@club.cricketvictoria.com.au John Douglas Princes Park #1 Oval, Royal Parade, North Carlton. Tel/Fax: 9387 2522 Dark Navy Blue & White (The Blues) Warren Ayres Evan Gulbis

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: Highest Score Against: Lowest Score For: Lowest Score Against: Most Matches:

922 v University 1895/96 591 by Collingwood 1921/2 (SF) 13 v Fitzroy 1899/00 15 by Richmond 1921/2 HL Numa 285

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: Highest Aggregate-Season:

WJ Scholes 10,569 CL Hooper 1,041 1999/00 Highest Ind. Score: J Worrall 417* v University 1895/6 TS Warne 402 v Rich 1898/99 PA Hetherington 218* v North Melbourne 1998/99

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batsmen 1st 358* TA McCormick (185*) & JC Hancock (170*) 2nd 291* NJ Williams (105*) & RP Larkin (172*) 3rd 268* DM Jones (174*) & WJ Scholes (102*) 4th 252 NS Pilon (147) & EP Gulbis (107*) 5th 268 TS Warne (402) & GR Collins (100) 6th 168* EP Gulbis (163*) & TH Welsford (104*) 7th 147 SA Welch (108) & SD Williams (55) 8th 144 F Jinks (125*) & WG Sutherland (57) 9th 104 SG Woodman (107*) & RN Sidebottom (41) 10th 100 TJ Smyth (53) & AJ Dickinson (74*) BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: A Jinks 559 Highest Aggregate-Season: FW Freer 88 – 1943/44 Abdul Qadir 72 – 1998/99 Best Analysis-Innings: WA Bowes 9/97 v Essendon 1925/26 Best Analysis-Match: JV Saunders 14/31 (8/11 & 6/20) v Essendon 1906/07 FLAGS Club Championship 1st XI Premiers 2nd XI Premiers

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Versus St K Uni Uni N Melb Rich F/Donc F/Donc Ncte Mon Tigers F-Pen

Season 2011/12 1991/92 1983/84 2008/09 1898/99 2008/09 (S/F) 1996/97 1930/31 2016/17 2009/10

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victims-Career: NS Pilon 288 (257 ct/31 st) Most Victims-Season: MAA Butera 62 (47 ct 15 st) 1998/99 Most Victims-Innings: MAA Butera 7 (5 ct 2 st) v Richmond 1998/99 Most Victims-Match: MAA Butera 9 (5 ct 4 st) v Richmond 1998/99

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CASEYSOUTH MELBOURNE President: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Delegate: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

Ross Hibbins Ross Moore (acting) 0419 284 706 caseysouthmelbourne@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Ross Hibbins Ovals 4/5 Casey Fields, 160 Berwick Cranbourne Rd Cranbourne East. Tel: 5995 3637 Red & White (The Swans) Prabath Nissanka Lachlan Sperling

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: 700 v St.Kilda 1889/90 Highest Score Against: 8/664 by St.Kilda 1926/7 (F) Lowest Score For: 6 v Hotham (Nth Melb) 1882/83 Lowest Score Against: 37 by Richmond 1955/56 Most Matches: LJ Baker 319

BATTING RECORDS: Highest Aggregate-Career: WN Phillips 8438 Highest Aggregate-Season: R Howard 835 1952/53 Highest Individual Score: J Slight 279 v St.K 1882/83 WJ Scott 220 v E Melb 1911/12

PARTNERSHIP RECORD Wkt Runs Batsmen 1st 395 J Slight (279) & J Rosser (192) 2nd 197 JF Giller (149) & D Sutherland (122) 3rd 217* AL Hassett (101*) & R Howard (111*) 4th 218 A Rose (70) & GHS Trott (144) 5th 181 ANA Bowman (112) & S Morris (84) 6th 153 AL Hassett (143) & K Aldenhaven (53*) 7th 180 ST Brown (149) & DW Fleming (118*) 8th 188 WW Armstrong (121*) & WH McCormack (104) 9th 220 H Graham (161*) & AG Raines (68) 10th 97 AE Clarke (40*) & A Rose (65) BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: LJ Baker 443 Highest Aggregate-Season: PJ Smith 53 – 1989/90 WH Cooper 76 – 1877/78 Best Analysis-Innings: LJ Nash 10/35 v Prahran 1937/38 Best Analysis-Match: DJA Fitzmaurice 14/81 (8/23 & 6/58) v Colts 1933/34 FLAGS Club Championship 1st XI Premiers 2nd XI Premiers

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3rd XI Premiers 4th XI Premiers

www.caseysmcc.vic.cricket.com.au @CaseySthMelbCC

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Versus St.K N Melb Prah Rich Melb Melb Rich St K St K Hawks

Season 1882/83 1898/99 1947/48 1896/97 1891/92 1946/47 1993/94 1899/00 1889/90 1906/07

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victims-Career: PA Kingston 390 (328 ct 62 st) Most Victims-Season: R Elston 41 (35ct 6st) 2006/07 Most Victims-Innings: G McKay 7 (6ct 1st) v St.K 1949/50 P Bourke 7 (6ct 1st) v Prah 1963/4 Victims-Match: G McKay 7 (6ct 1st) v St.K 1949/50 P Bourke 7 (6ct 1st) v Prah 1963/4


DANDENONG Michael Findlay Liz Williamson 0409 184 277 dandenong@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Brendan McArdle Shepley Oval, Pultney Street, Dandenong. Red & Blue (The Panthers) Nick Speak Tom Donnell

President: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Delegate: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: 6(dec)406 v St Kilda 1992/93 Highest Score Against: 4(dec)457 by Fitzroy Doncaster 1994/95 Lowest Score For: 38 v Collingwood 1979/80 Lowest Score Against: 50 by N. Melbourne 1988/89 Most Matches: TF Donnell 208

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: TF Donnell 6,796 Highest Aggregate-Season: TF Donnell 945 2012/13 Highest Individual Score: RA Bartlett 216* v South Melbourne 1993/94

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batsmen 1st 241 BS Forsyth (130) & TF Donnell (131) 2nd 252* MG Hewitt (200*) & DP McLeod (101*) 3rd 219 TP Hooper (12) & CL White (135) 4th 223* PJ Davies (119*) & GB McBurney (101*) 5th 168 SP Richardson (91) & SB Duane (76) 168 MS Lawrence (101) & IA Wrigglesworth (82*) 6th 163 G Cooper (96) & P Hand (80*) 7th 145 DS Foley (52) & BJ McArdle (86*) 8th 216 R Collins (94) & BR Fairbanks (127) 9th 154* PC Nobes (182*) & SJ Meyer (38*) 10th 100 P Hand (83) & DJ Mohr (38*) BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: R Gill 313 Highest Aggregate-Season: R Gill 46 – 1982/83 WN Carr 46 – 2000/01 Best Analysis-Innings: MA Boraston 8/43 v SM 1996/97 DJ Pattinson 8/43 v Univ 2000/01 Best Analysis-Match: DM Jones 9/68 (4/13 & 5/55) v Footscray 1985/86 FLAGS Club Championship 1st XI Premiers 2nd XI Premiers

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Versus Haw-MU F/Donc Ncte Fitz Haw NM N Melb Melb Ncte Coll Melb

Season 2008/09 1992/93 2000/01 1978/79 1993/94 2000/01 1983/84 1989/90 2009/10 1991/92 (SF) 1985/86

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victims-Career: PG Sacristani 223 (198 ct 25 st) Victims-Season: JD O’Hare 43 (36 ct 7 st) 1998/99 Victims-Innings: JD O’Hare 7 (7 ct) v Carlton 2004/05 R Damiano (7 ct) v Carlton 2006/07 (Group Final) Victims-Match: JD O’Hare 7 (5 ct 2 st) v SM 1998/99 R Damiano (7 ct) v Carl 2006/07 (Group Final)

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ESSENDON President: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Delegate: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

Simon Tobin Jenny Tobin 0407 877 290 essendon@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Simon Tobin Windy Hill, Brewster Street, Essendon. Tel: 9326 0148 Red & Black (The Bombers) Mitch Johnstone Aaron Ayre

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For:9(dec)514 v Northcote (Final)1965/6 Highest Score Against: 8(dec) 526 by F-Edge (Final) 2013/14 828 by Melbourne 1891/2 Lowest Score For: 30 v Northcote 1958/59 30 v Richmond 1913/14 Lowest Score Against: 41 by Northcote 1958/59 Most matches: KW Kirby 262

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: Highest Aggregate-Season: Highest Individual Score:

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batsmen 1st 271 BD Salmon (150) & S Sandri (129) 2nd 243 GR Thoms (104) & KT Rawle (152) 3rd 226 RE Mayne (192) & PA Shea (89) 4th 236* PW Young (141*) & JD Siddons (116*) 5th 198 JD Siddons (207) & DA Tate (31) 6th 211 RJ Marsh (132*) & RJ Sitch (94) 7th 141 FG Leslie (106*) & HA Nunn (69) 8th 130 DA Tate (114) & AC Smith (52*) 9th 101* WJ Griffiths (47*) & LT Mullett (58*) 10th 111 EP Kennedy (91*) & R Hayes (21) BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: K Kirby 623 Highest Aggregate-Season:WY Wilson 67 – 1943/44 JW Grant 66 – 1969/70 Best Analysis-Innings: K Kirby 9/34 v Footscray 1976/77 Best Analysis-Match: NC Blundell 17/117 (9/49 & 8/68) v H/EM 1946/47 FLAGS Club Championship 1st XI Premiers 2nd XI Premiers

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Versus Ring St.K N Melb Melb St.K Prah St.K Ring S Melb Rich

CAC Berger 7938 A Ayre 910 2013/14 BR Fletcher 210* v Geel 2008/09

Season 1982/83 1947/48 1915/16 1984/85 1990/91 1937/38 1953/54 1994/95 1917/18 1914/15

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victims-Career: HA Nunn 312 Victims-Season: JF Shannon 46 (32ct 14st) 1996/97 Victims-Innings: B Lugar 7 (6ct 1st) v University 1960/61 JF Shannon 7 (5ct 2st) v Melb 1998/99 Most Victims-Match: JF Shannon 9 (7ct 2st) v Geelong 1995/96

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FITZROY DONCASTER Graeme Cook Alice Barrow - 0400 631 262 Wayne Stewart - 0499 044 772 fitzdon@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Graeme Cook Schramms Reserve, Doncaster. Maroon & Gold (The Lions) Michael O’Sullivan Peter Dickson

President: Admin Manager: Operations Manager: Email: Delegate: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: 4/457 v Dandenong 1994/95 Highest Score Against: 2(dec)744 by E Melb.1902/3 (6/455 by St Kilda 1994/95) Lowest Score For: 30 v Carlton 1971/72 Lowest Score Against: 13 by Carlton 1899/00 Most Matches: GM Watts 322

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: GM Watts 12,933 Highest Aggregate-Season: BA Joyce 958 – 2001/02 Highest Individual Score: GM Watts 260* v Dandenong 1994/95

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batsmen 1st 216 C McKenzie (123) & C Kiernan (121) 2nd 278 MJ Bremner (122) & PJ Dickson (162) 3rd 259* JW Scaife (172*) & LA Wynne (109*) 4th 242 J Potter (170) & DJ Anderson (78) 5th 204 CJ Dart (177) & D Martin (84) 6th 166 DR Plumpton (103*) & M Hague (86) 7th 140* E Tait (103*) & G Brosnan (57*) 8th 166 W Carkeek (80) & L Cogle (81*) 9th 166 J Travaglia (68) & B Waterman (102*) 10th 107 LA Childs (104) & S Street (10*) BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: Highest Aggregate-Season:

EP Illingworth 599 CBD Street 67 – 2002/03 Best Analysis-Innings: A Dummett 9/26 v Ess 1927/28 Best Analysis-Match: AE Liddicut 14/49 (8/26 & 6/23) v Prahran 1929/30 WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victims-Career: WL Jacobs 448 (279 ct 169 st) Most Victims-Season: PJ Roach 46 (44ct 2st) 2005/06 FLAGS Club Championship 1st XI Premiers 2nd XI Premiers

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Versus Ess Camb Mag NM H/EM NM Ring Ncte SM Uni C/Mag

Season 1911/12 2011/12 1933/34 1967/68 1968/69 1997/98 1919/20 1899/00 2003/04 1999/00

Victims-Innings: WL Jacobs 6 (4ct 2st) v St.K 1939/40 JB Kline 6 (6 ct) v St.K 1989/90 P Roach 6 (6ct) v FE 2005/06 L Banthorpe 6(6ct) v Ring 2015/16( F) Victims-Match: BA Kline 7 (4ct 3st) v NM 1960/1 (SF) WL Jacobs 7 (4ct 3st) v N Melbourne 1940/1 WL Jacobs 7 (4ct 3st) v H/EM 1939/40, WL Jacobs 7 (5ct 2st) v St.K 1951/2 (SF) WL Jacobs 7 (1ct 6st) v Ess 1941/42

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FOOTSCRAY President: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Delegate: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

Geoff Collinson David Gleeson 0407 323 779 footscray@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Geoff Collinson Mervyn G Hughes Oval, Henry Turner Reserve North, Farnsworth Avenue, Footscray. Tel. 9689 0133 Fax. 9689 0940 Red, White & Blue (The Bulldogs) Steve Chapman Dylan Kight

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: 8(dec) 526 v Ess (Final) 2013/14 Highest Score Against: 6/415 by Melb 2002/03 Lowest Score For: 30 v Prahran 1951/52 Lowest Score Against: 26 by H/EM 1952/3 Most Matches: R Reber 248

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: MP O’Keefe 7,194 Highest Aggregate-Season: KH Eastwood 850 1966/67 Highest Individual Score: DG Wolfe 211 v F/Donc 1996/97

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batsmen 1st 257 DJ Russ (108) & WM Robinson (161) 2nd 217 DG Wolfe (211) & MP O’Keefe (70) 3rd 173 AIC Dodemaide (101*) & CJ Burton (85) 4th 247* SA Hunt (167*) & AJP Paone (103*) 5th 204* AIC Dodemaide (128*) & SJ Cashen (87*) 6th 153 MB Love (93) & SM Jones (74*) 7th 161* N Geisler (82*) & SJ Cashen (76*) 8th 89* EG Perussich (71*) & JK Ormston (44*) 9th 110 DG Kight (81) & M Kelliher (78) 10th 93* NC Blundell (52*) & IC Stewart (36*) BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: AC Day 513 Highest Aggregate-Season: RA Gaunt 68 – 1964/65 Best Analysis-Innings: JN Shepherd 8/10 v St.Kilda 1977/78 Best Analysis-Match: JN Shepherd 15/37 (7/27 & 8/10) v St.K 1977/78 FLAGS Club Championship 1st XI Premiers 2nd XI Premiers

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Versus Ring F/Donc Ncte Univ Ring F/Donc Geel Ess Melb S Melb

Season 2012/13 1996/97 1997/98 1988/89 1995/96 2005/06 2002/03 1951/52 2012/13 1953/54

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victims-Career: LH James 481 (438 ct 43 st) Most Victims-Season: LH James 40 (40 ct) 1982/83 Victims-Innings: R Reber 6 (6 ct) v H/EM 1985/86 R Hewat 6 (4ct 2st) v Ess 1966/67 D Brede 6 (3ct 3st) v NM 2003/04


FRANKSTON PENINSULA President: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Delegate: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

Dennis Prendergast Joanne Davey 9789 3084 M: 0431 777 390 frankstonpen@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Dennis Prendergast Adrian Butler Oval, Jubilee Park, Hill Street, Frankston. Telephone: 9789 3084 Red, Mid Blue & Gold (Heat) Keith Jansz Scott Boland

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: 4/435 v S Melbourne 2001/02 Highest Score Against: 4/444 by St Kilda 2006/07 Lowest Score For: 47 v Richmond 2007/08 Lowest Score Against: 39 by Prahran 2009/10 Most Matches: L Walker 229

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: L Walker – 6,974 Highest Aggregate-Season: M P Mott 876 – 2003/04 Highest Individual Score: MP Mott 216* v South Melbourne 2001/02

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batsmen 1st 157 MS Lineker (78) & BP Hillard (81) 2nd 183 MS Lineker (112) & MA Gapes (72) 3rd 177 MP Mott (169) & CT Entwistle (65) 4th 199 JP Mathers (157) & L Walker (86) 5th 291* MP Mott (216*) & JF Miller (141*) 6th 134 BJ Glenn (82) & SF Graf (75) 7th 173 L Walker (101) & SK Ezard (92*) 8th 138 BJ Glenn (86*) & DG Abblitt (59) 9th 206* L Walker (135*) & SK Ezard (103*) 10th 86 CJ Wallace (124) & AJ Mack (25*) BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: DJ Groves 464 Highest Aggregate-Season: DJ Groves 66 – 2002/03 Best Analysis-Innings: DJ Groves 7/29 v Geelong 2011/12 (QF) Best Analysis-Match: CJ Wallace 11/83 (6/44 & 5/39) v Camb Mag – 2002/03 FLAGS Club Championship 1st XI Premiers 2nd XI Premiers

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Versus Ncte NM H/Wav Melb SMelb NM NM Ring FE Geel

Season 2012/13 2012/13 2000/01 2001/02 2001/02 1994/95 2006/07 1997/98 2006/07 1997/98

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victims-Career: DB Nankervis 396 Most Victims-Season: DB Nankervis 45 – 2002/03 Most Victims-Innings: BJ Glenn 7 (6ct 1st) v University 1994/95 Most Victims-Match: BJ Glenn 9 (8ct 1st) v University 1994/95

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GEELONG President: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Delegate: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

Peter McCoombe Lee Doherty (03) 5223 3023 geelong@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Peter McCoombe, Jason Doherty (alt) Geelong Cricket Ground, Kardinia Park, Geelong. Tel: (03) 5223 3023 Navy Blue & White (The Cats) Andre Borovec Eamonn Vines

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: 9/502 v Essendon 2006/07 Highest Score Against: 415 by Melbourne 1998/99 Lowest Score For: 73 v Melbourne 1997/98 Lowest Score Against: 62 by Ringwood 2001/02 Most Matches: AP Borovec 269

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: CJ Peake 8,834 Highest Aggregate-Season: A J Finch 1085 - 2007/08 Highest Individual Score: LGL Buchanan 245 v Casey-SM 2009/10

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batsmen 1st 168 LT Muller (70) & IM Redpath (135) 2nd 244 JL Crosthwaite (146) & EM Vines (122*) 3rd 224 SM Dean (142) & CJ Peake (128*) 4th 207 CJ Peake (114) & JR Bakker (109) 5th 234 D Koliba (119) & CJ Peake (171*) 6th 165 TS Elliot (126*) & AP Borovec (82) 7th 185 TS Elliot (166) & AP Borovec (58) 8th 137 DN Fanning (67) & BJ Stacey (78) 9th 81* TA Walerys (61*) & JP Miller (25*) 10th 69 MA Carson (20*) & JK Reed (47) BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: TA Walerys 374 Highest Aggregate-Season: TA Walerys 59 2007/08 Best Analysis-Innings: BJ Stacey 8/70 v Foots 1995/96 Best Analysis-Match: BJ Stacey 8/70 v Foots 1995/96 FLAGS Club Championship 1st XI Premiers 2nd XI Premiers

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Season 2002/03 2013/14 2007/08 1994/95 2000/01 2008/09 2009/10 1999/00 2000/01 2013/14

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victims-Career: AP Borovec 485 (403 ct 82 st) Victims-Season: AP Borovec 44 (36ct 8st) 2007/08 Victims-Innings: B Goggin 6 (5ct 1st) v Frank Pen 1993/4 AP Borovec 6 (6 ct) v Frank Pen 2000/01 Most Victims-Match: AP Borovec 7 (6ct 1st) v Foot-Vic Uni 2000/01


GREENVALE KANGAROOS President: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Delegate: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

Bruce Kent Ken Hutchinson 0418 582 902 greenvalekangaroos@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Bruce Kent Greenvale Reserve, Section Road, Greenvale (Mel 178 G7). Tel: (03) 9333 5552 Blue & White (The Kangaroos) Jarrod Jeggett Jarrod Leggett

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: Highest Score Against: Lowest Score For: Lowest Score Against: Most Matches:

552 v Richmond 1899/00 455 by E Melb 1904/5 27 v Melb 1961/2 13 by Prahran 1958/9 LV Maddocks 237

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: RA Dempster 7,599 Aggregate-Season: RA Dempster 904 - 1943/4 (RA Dempster 854 - 1940/1) Individual Score: JJ Gerber 226* v S Melb 1898/9 (RA Dempster 200* v Coll 1940/41)

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batsmen 1st 236 EE Bean (122) & DF Noonan (103) 2nd 326* JC Watters (153*) & RI Maddocks (160*) 3rd 221 DM Dempsey (168) & DA McDonald (77) 4th 311 G Stuckey (186) & JJ Gerber (117) 5th 390* JJ Gerber (226*) & W Carlton (180*) 6th 155 EE Bean (163*) & I Hopkins (78) 7th 186 HB Rundell (130) & J Carlton (94) 8th 159 JM McGinty (143*) & AD McGinty (61) 9th 118 HHG Bracher (137) & J Flanagan (38) 10th 113* HHG Bracher (100*) & R McGregor (72*) 113 SO Quin (135) & FB Deveney (28*) BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: J Carlton 507 Highest Aggregate-Season: GE Tribe 75 – 1944/45 Best Analysis-Innings: J Carlton 10/40 v S Melb 1895/96 (GJ Jinkins 8/0 v Prahran 1958/9) Best Analysis-Match: WA Wilkinson 16/55 (8/20 & 8/35) v Colts 1929/30 FLAGS Club Championship 1st XI Premiers 2nd XI Premiers

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Season 1901/02 1949/50 2005/06 1895/96 1898/99 1902/03 1899/00 1999/00 1921/22 1919/20 1937/38

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victims-Career: LV Maddocks 369 (260ct 109st) Most Victims-Season: LV Maddocks 49 (34ct 15st) 1943/4 Most Victims-Match: RB Evans 8 (5ct 3st) v St K 1956/7

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KINGSTON HAWTHORN President: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Delegate: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

Petar Ivetic John Noonan 0418 114 713 kingstonhawthorn@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Petar Ivetic Walter Galt Reserve, cnr Davey and Victoria Streets, Parkdale 3194 Blue, Gold & Red (The Hawks) James Miller James Miller

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: 7(dec)404 v N Melbourne 1906/07 (E Melb scored 876 v Rich 1895/96) Highest Score Against: 549 by Coll 1926/7 (SF) Lowest Score For: 16 v Colts 1939/40 Lowest Score Against: 33 by Foots 1956/7 Most Matches: RG Matthews 226

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: RG Matthews 7,094 (PA McAllister 11,893 East Melb) Highest Aggregate-Season: SP Dart 1,098 – 2004/05 Individual Score: PA McAlister 265* v St Kilda 1906/7 (FJ Laver, for E Melb, 352* v St K 1892/93 and 341 v Fitz 1902/03)

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batsmen 1st 218 RG Matthews (120) & PGA Sundberg (115) 2nd 295 RM Cowper (116*) & AJ Sieler (187) 3rd 191 KB Thomas (110) & AJ Sieler (110*) 4th 217 D Alleyne (136) & R Keogh (94) 5th 254 PA McAlister (265*) & GF Walsh (60*) 6th 150* PR LeCouteur (165*) & JR Hasker (113*) 7th 269* PA McAlister (200*) & HV Maynard (97*) 8th 145* PR LeCouteur (101*) & EGM Hood (56*) 9th 121 JF Miller (122*) & ML Worsnop (49*) 10th 144 JL McNaughton (62*) & F Smith (78) BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: GF Cormack 412 (FJ Laver 535 East Melb) Highest Aggregate-Season: CR Duncan 66 – 1949/50 Best Analysis-Innings: DJ Shepard 9/28 v NM 1996/97 Best Analysis-Match: JL Salmon 12/45 (6/25 & 6/20) v Fitz 1958/59 FLAGS Club Championship 1st XI Premiers 2nd XI Premiers

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Versus S Melb Ess Ncte Ncte St K Ess St K Carl Uni Ncte

Season 1982/83 1971/72 1967/68 2012/13 1906/07 1925/26 1919/20 1922/23 2015/16 1919/20

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victims-Career: PJ Roach 343 (312 ct 31 st) Most Victims-Season: PJ Roach 50 (48 ct 2 st) 1998/99 Victims-Innings: LJ Botham 6 (2ct 4st) v Prah 1955/56 RJ Peers 6 (5ct 1st) v Carl 1989/90 BJ Cookson 6 (6ct) v Prah 2006/07 Victims-Match: LJ Botham 9 (4ct 5st) v Rich 1955/56


MELBOURNE President: Chaiman of Cricket: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Delegate: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Capt:

Steven Smith Peter King Steven McCooke 9657 8819 (M) 0400 833 870 melbourne@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Peter King Albert Ground, St. Kilda Road, Melbourne. Telephone: 9510 1913 Red, White & Blue (The Demons) Andrew Walton Matthew Brown

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: 828 v Essendon 1891/92 Highest Score Against: 568 by Richmond 1999/2000 (Final) Lowest Score For: 45 v Haw/EM 1925/26 (SF) Lowest Score Against: 17 by St Kilda 1931/2 (SF) Most Matches: AJ Kent 325

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: WG Ayres 11,154 Highest Aggregate-Season: WG Ayres 1166 1999/2000 Individual Score: WW Armstrong 438 v Uni 1903/04 (also 265* v St K 1919/20)

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batsmen 1st 331* WH Ponsford (165*) & KE Rigg (158*) 2nd 326 DJ Broad (144 rh), JK Moss (184*) & JG Anderson (12) 3rd 277 AJ Kent (164) & PM Nevill (122*) 4th 280* CE Bradley (178*) & RJ Herman (105*) 5th 214 RG Johnstone (100) & HH Bowden (131*) 6th 201 SM McCooke (117*) & PD King (93) 7th 154 GR Hazlitt (103) & WW Armstrong (89) 8th 371* WW Armstrong (265*) & VS Ransford (124*) 9th 148 DA Eade (66 rh) GW Boyd (26*) & NM Carlyon (61) 10th 109* WW Armstrong (88*) & H Ironmonger (32*) BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: J Daniel 485 Highest Aggregate-Season: LE Nagel 86 – 1939/40 Best Analysis-Innings: IHW Jones 10/37 v Footscray 1957/58 Best Analysis-Match: J Phillips 13/89 (7/13 & 6/76) v Univ 1891/92

FLAGS Club Championship: 20 1st XI Premiers: 20 2nd XI Premiers: 18

3rd XI Premiers: 4th XI Premiers:

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Versus Uni

Season 1935/36

Wav Ncte Uni S Melb N Melb Carl St K

1975/76 2006/07 1988/89 1914/15 1984/85 1907/08 1919/20

Coll S Melb

1968/69 1917/18

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victims-Career: R Templeton 663 (621ct 42st) Most Victims-Season: R Templeton 46 (46ct) 1994/95 Victims-Innings: R Templeton 7 (7ct) v Uni 1981/2 R Templeton 7 (7ct) v St K 1988/9 R Templeton 7 (6ct 1st) v Foots 1991/2 R Templeton 7 (7ct) v Coll 1993/4 Victims-Match: R Templeton 10 (9ct 1st) v Ncte 1982/3 R Templeton 10 (10ct) v St K 1988/9

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MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY Derek Bennett Jean-Luke Desmarais 0401 469 004 melbuni@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Derek Bennett University Grounds, off College Crescent, Carlton. Tel: 8344 6947 Black & Royal Blue Hugh Van Cuylenburg Mark Simpson

President: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Delegate: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: 6/473 v Richmond 1913/14 (1094 v Essendon 1897/98) Highest Score Against: 6/466 by Prahran 1914/15 (922 by Carlton 1895/96) Lowest Score For: 20 v Fitz 1952/53 Lowest Score Against: 49 by Footscray 1964/65 Most Matches: APS Robertson 266

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: GJ Allardice 8,046 Highest Aggregate-Season: PQ Harper 921 - 1997/98 Highest Individual Score: GJ Allardice 210* v Footscray 1993/94

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batsmen 1st 298 G Murray (114) & GR Thoms (180*) 2nd 270 GR Courtis (136*) & WL Stillman (154) 3rd 275 BP Ricci (144) & WA Phillips (126*) 4th 258 WA Phillips (156) & GJ Allardice (83) 5th 223* LD Kemp (128*) & AF La Fontaine (107*) 6th 226* GS Fox (80*) & PM Nicholls (148*) 7th 145 WA Phillips (102*) & NR Strong (72*) 8th 178* JA Sutherland (74*) & NR Strong (109*) 9th 114* DW Lowery (115*) & CC Sutherland (39*) 10th 125 IWR Holten (107) & AJ Phillips (38*) BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: APS Robertson 521 Highest Aggregate-Season: JA Sutherland 54 1996/97 Best Analysis-Innings: EL a’Beckett 8/22 v N Melb 1931/32 Best Analysis-Match: J P Cordner 11/75 (8/36 & 3/39) v Foots 1951/52 FLAGS Club Championship 1st XI Premiers 2nd XI Premiers

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Season 1949/50 1972/73 1995/96 1989/90 1932/33 1975/76 1990/91 1994/95 1998/99 1981/82

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victims-Career: NR Strong 371 (356ct 15st) Most Victims-Season: NR Strong 48 (48ct) 1990/91 Most Victims-Innings: NR Strong 7 (7ct) v Fitz/Donc 1991/92 Most Victims-Match: PA Percy 9 (9ct) v Prah 2002/03


MONASH TIGERS Ken Sharp Brett Davidson 0425 708 021 richmond@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Ken Sharp Central Reserve, cnr Waverley & Springvale Roads, Glen Waverley Yellow & Black (The Tigers) Shannon Young Allan Wise

President: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Delegate: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: 8/647 v St Kilda 1881/82 (568 v Melbourne 1999/00 F) Highest Score Against: 880 by Carlton 1898/9 876 by E Melb 1895/6 (6/473 by Uni 1913/14) Lowest Score For: 15 v Carlton 1921/22 Lowest Score Against: 12 by S Melb 1869/70 (19 by Northcote 1934/35) Most Matches: DR Cowper 294

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: JA Ledward 7,726 Highest Aggregate-Season: JA Ledward 834 1938/39 Highest Individual Score: S Morris 280 v St Kilda 1881/82 (DA Harris 239 v Carlton 1992/93)

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batsmen 1st 183 JL Arnberger (105) & MG Galbraith (148) 2nd 282 LPJ O’Brien (195) & LJ Junor (125) 3rd 273 CAH Sindrey (120*) & CG Stuckey (154) 4th 189* AJ Crosthwaite (116*) & SJ Taylor (74*) 5th 238 S Morris (280) & PR Smart (118) 6th 216 E Howes (121) & AE Whitehead (156) 7th 178* WG Driver (156*) & M Wishart (55*) 8th 177 RA Milne (131) & GC Paterson (86) 9th 174 ISL Hewett (125) & GJ Holland (108*) 10th 142 WL Kelly (120) & JB Mackay (28*) BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: GC Paterson 505 Highest Aggregate-Season: GC Paterson 73 - 1965/6 Best Analysis-Innings: C Manion 10/72 v E Melb 1880/1 (LJ Keating 9/13 v Carlton 1932/33) Best Analysis-Match: WL Kelly 11/29 (6/13 & 5/16) v Northcote 1908/09 FLAGS Club Championship 1st XI Premiers 2nd XI Premiers

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Versus Camb Uni Prah Ncte St K Ess S Melb St K Melb Coll

Season 1998/99 1933/34 1926/27 2006/07 1881/82 1894/95 1951/52 1965/66 1999/00 (F) 1915/16

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victims-Career: DR Cowper 588 (524ct 64st) Most Victims-Season: GJ Holland 51 (51ct) 1999/00 Most Victims-Innings: GJ Holland 7 (7ct) v C Mag 1997/98 Most Victims-Match: GJ Holland 10 (10ct) v C Mag 1997/98

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NORTHCOTE President: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Delegate: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

Mark Sundberg Zach Whelan 0439 612 314 northcote@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Mark Sundberg Bill Lawry Oval, Westgarth Street, Northcote. Tel: 9481 4064 Green & Gold (The Dragons) David Reid Steven Taylor

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: 5/516 v Ess 1965/66 (Final) Highest Score Against: 7/569 by St Kilda 1924/25 Lowest Score For: 19 v Richmond 1934/35 Lowest Score Against: 14 by Prahran 1934/35 Most Matches: WJ Dudley 240

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: GP Dowling 7,035 Highest Aggregate-Season: GB Gardiner 1,046 1996/97 Highest Individual Score: WM Lawry 282* v Ess 1965/6 (Final)

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batsmen 1st 255 JE McInnes (6rh) MD Allen (144) & TP Gloury (102) 2nd 297 MP Stoinis (168) & SL Taylor (137) 3rd 258 WM Lawry (203*) & B Hovey (69) 4th 228 GP Dowling (123) & GB Gardiner (135) 228 AM Smith (151) & JI Mills (71) 5th 196 TDB O’Sullivan (107) & TP Gloury (105*) 6th 209* ST Collins (83*) & CJ Harris (121*) 7th 174* MP Stoinis (157*) & L Scammell (100*) 8th 128 R Vernon (69) & R Bailey (83) 9th 112 N Bourke (41) & IW Callen (102) 10th 104 EHG Vernon (89) & CE Morgan (50) BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: WJ Dudley 556 Highest Aggregate-Season:KVJ Walker 67 – 1965/66 Best Analysis-Innings: KVJ Walker 9/28 v Rich 1965/66 (SF) Best Analysis-Match: AD McGinty 13/62 (7/32 & 6/30) v NM 1995/96

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Season

Dand Haw-MU Ess Melb St K Rich Melb Uni F/Donc Univ Wav Colts

2001/02 2011/12 1970/71 1991/92 1996/97 1998/99 2002/03 2013/14 1913/14 1984/85 1929/30

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victims-Career: MJ O’Sullivan 359 (327ct 32st) Most Victims-Season: D Spence 45 (41ct4st) 1994/95 Victims-Innings: L Bridges 6 (1 ct 5 st) v Fitz 1949/50 D Spence 6 (4ct 2st) v Ess 1994/95 D Spence 6 (5ct 1st) v SM 1994/95 B. Baker 6 (6ct) v F-Donc 2014/15 Victims-Match: L Bridges 10 (1ct 9st) v Melb 1951/2 (SF)


PRAHRAN President: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Delegate: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

Phil Williamson Lisa Grimwade 0411 883 936 prahran@club.cricketvictoria.com.au John Raglus Toorak Park, 580 Orrong Road, Armadale. Telephone: 9509 9963 Dark Blue & White (True Blues) Barry Neivandt Steve Seymour

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: 688 v Collingwood 1921/2 (F) Highest Score Against: 6/425 by Essendon 1937/8 Lowest Score For: 13 v N Melb 1958/59 Lowest Score Against: 30 by Foots 1951/2 Most Matches: N Schlittler 234

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: DF Whatmore 7,994 Highest Aggregate-Season: DF Whatmore 912 1983/4 Individual Score: GEJ Healy 230 v Coll 1921/2 (F)

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS: Wkt Runs Batsmen 1st 248 GEJ Healy (140*) & JF Horan (152) 2nd 316 GEJ Healy (230) & SMS Thomson (154) 3rd 283* GEJ Healy (136*) & RS Stephens (149*) 4th 212 CJL Rogers (146) & N Schlittler (62) 5th 198 TIB Horan (183) & RS Stephens (112) 6th 222* WWB Murray (140*) & DK Mathieson (115*) 7th 234 S Coates (114) & SP Seymour (137*) 8th 222 S Coates (81) & SP Seymour (151*) 9th 108 S Coates (40) & BE McGain (63) 10th 104 GTC Rogers (89) & RM Osborne (56*) BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: BE McGain 494 Highest Aggregate-Season: CV Grimmett 68 - 1922/23 Best Analysis-Innings: P Wallace 10/65 v Carlton 1928/29 Best Analysis-Match: JF Power 13/32 (6/25 & 7/7) v N Melb 1957/8 (DD Blackie 15/101 (7/58 & 8/43) v Ess 1916/

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Versus Ess Coll Ncte NM Uni Foots Ess Haw-MU Rich St.K

Season 1907/08 1921/22 1913/14 2011/12 1914/15 1956/57 2008/09 2007/08 2011/12 1902-03

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victims-Career: S Coates 331 (269ct 63st) Most Victims-Season: S Coates 47 (37ct 10st) - 2013/14 Victims-Innings: RK Wilson 6 (4ct 2st) v St K 1964/65 KJ Neville 6 (5ct 1st) v Melb 2000/1 JL Ellis 6 (5ct 1st) v St.K 1920/21(F) S Coates 6 (1ct 5st) v Casey-SM 2012/13 JL Ellis 6 (3ct 3st) v Ess 1931/32 S Coates 6 (5ct 1st) v Casey-SM 2015/16 S Coats 6 (6ct) v Casey-SM 2016/17

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RINGWOOD Mark Freeman John Cassidy 0425 731 736 ringwood@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Mark Freeman Jubilee Park, Greenwood Avenue, Ringwood. Tel: 9870 7947 Blue & Gold (The Rams) Gavin Kellar David King

President: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Delegate: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: 9/466 v North Melbourne 1994/95 Highest Score Against: 7/472 By Melbourne 1999/00 Lowest Score For: 52 v Prahran 1983/4 Lowest Score Against: 40 by South Melbourne 1988/9 Most Matches: S Flynn 244

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: DA King 6,973 Highest Aggregate-Season: DA King 916 2015/16 Highest Individual Score: DM Dempsey 212* v Frankston Pen 1999/00

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batsmen 1st 270* MJ King (139*) & TD Stray (111*) 2nd 216 DA King (136) & TD Stray (104*) 3rd 226 IG Holland (102) & TD Stray (162*) 4th 281* DM Dempsey (102*) & MG Galbraith (104*) 5th 165* PA Clark (121*) & DM Dempsey (45*) 6th 193 BA Osborne (117) & DJ Rawson (77) 7th 164 PA Newton (100*) & DM Stranger (90) 8th 103 DM Dempsey (150) & MJ Enticott (57) 9th 101* MR King (73*) & DN King (49*) 10th 105 DC McKay (26) & MR King (111*) BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: DM Stranger 265 Highest Aggregate-Season: MR King 58 2007/08 Best Analysis-Innings: IG Holland 8/15 v GK (2) 2016/17 Best Analysis-Match: DM Stranger 11/46 (7/26 & 4/20) v Coll 1983/4

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Versus Ess Ess Camb Mag Dand Prah Camb Mag St K Dand Melb Camb Mag

Season 2006/07 2015/16 2012/13 2002/03 1995/96 2010/11 1980/81 1998/99 2007/08 2008/09

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victims-Career: JDB Loorham 298 (264ct 34st) Victims-Season: JDB Loorham 56 (52ct 4st) 2012/13 Victims-Innings: MCA York 7 (6ct 1st) v Carlton 1975/6 MCA York 7 (4ct 3st) v H/EM 1975/6 JB Kline 7 (7 ct) v S Melb 1993/4 JDB Loorham 7 (7 ct) v Fitz Donc 2012/13 JBD Loorham 7 (6ct 1st) v Fitz Donc 2016/17 JBD Loorham 7 (6ct 1st) v Green Kang 2016/17

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Venue Identity GU ID E


ST KILDA Paul Ryan David Johnstone 0433 481 424 stkilda@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Paul Meddings St.Kilda CG, cnr Queens Road Drive & Fitzroy Street, St.Kilda. Red, Gold & Black (The Saints) Glenn Lalor Rob Quiney

President: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Delegate: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: 8/664 v S Melb 1926/27 (F) Highest Score Against: 519 by Melbourne 1911/12 (700 by S Melb 1889/90) Lowest Score For: 17 v Melbourne 1931/32 Lowest Score Against: 33 by Northcote 1958/59 Most Matches: DN Rowan 270

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: GC Rummans 8,644 Highest Aggregate-Season: M Klinger 1105 2004/2005 Highest Individual Score: WH Ponsford 295 v S Melb 1926/27 (SF)

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batsmen 1st 276 MD Hotchin (189) & BL Cohen (122) 2nd 472 WH Ponsford (295) & FC Yeomans (186) 3rd 344* RJ Quiney (215*) & GC Rummans (168*) 4th 209 AP McGuinness (109*) & MF Chasemore (103*) 5th 339 L le RW Levin (184) & RN Ellis (153) 6th 341 HF Guthrie (178) & GM Eaton (160) 7th 318 L le RW Levin (179) & RN Ellis (144*) 8th 158 DK Walker (86) & PJ Cox (58) 9th 137* D Mueller (87*) & LS Graf (53*) 10th 125 HW Lemme (73) & WC Ivory (59*) BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: John Edwards 586 Highest Aggregate-Season: JC Hill 68 – 1945/46 H Zachariah 68 – 1941/42 & 1943/4 Best Analysis-Innings: DD Blackie 10/64 v Fitzroy 926/7 Best Analysis-Match: LO Fleetwood-Smith 16/82 (8/41 & 8/41) v Carlton 1931/32 FLAGS Club Championship 1st XI Premiers 2nd XI Premiers

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Versus Ncte S Melb Melb C-SM N Melb Coll Ncte Ring Geel N Melb

Season 1920/21 1926/27 2006/07 2013/14 1925/26 1926/27 (F) 1924/25 1990/91 2012/13 1911/12

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victims-Career: DN Rowan 526 (458ct 68st) Most Victims-Season: DN Rowan 59 (55ct 4st) 2003/2004 Victims-Innings: D McLean 8 (8ct) v Ess 1964/5 (SF) GL Tamblyn 8 (5ct 3st) v Uni 1980/1 Victims-Match: JR Jacoby 9 (9ct) v S Melb 1999/00

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WOMEN'S PREMIER CRICKET PATHWAY

8-12 y.o 5-8 y.o

MILO in2Cricket

MILO T20 Blast


VICTORIAN PREMIER CRICKET 11-18 y.o 8-12 y.o

Women’s Community Cricket Competition

Stars Girls’ League & Renegades Girls’ League

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BOX HILL President: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

Andrew Minter Pennie Harrison 0421 567 760 boxhill@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Box Hill City Oval, Cnr Middleborough and Whitehorse Roads, Box Hill Green, Gold & Black (The Mustangs) Rick Gullinan Meg Lanning

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: ​ 5/386 v Melbourne 2012/13 Highest Score Against:​4/429 by Brunswick Park 1994/5 Lowest Score For: ​ 5/84 v Brunswick Park 1992/93 Lowest Score Against: ​ 9/39 by Melbourne 2012/13 Most Matches (club): ​ 262 - Margaret Pretty (Club)

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: ​ Meg Lanning 5,312 Highest Aggregate-Season: ​ Meg Lanning 738 2013/14 Highest Individual Score: Meg Lanning 241* v Melbourne 2012/2013

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batters 1st 242 Rachael Haynes (203*) & Claire Lavery (76) 2nd 241 Meg Lanning (241*) & Kate Dempsey (72) 3rd 194* Natalie Challis (119*) & Melanie Jones (70*) 4th 149 Alyson Ball (92) & Rebecca Brown (34*) 5th 150 Heather Sutterby (69) & Jannine Rhook (62) 6th 138 Anita Rhook (100*) & Shannon Williams (52*) 7th 69* Kate Sommers (30*) & Rebecca Brown (29*) 8th 63* Penelope Cleghorn (43*) & Danielle Montague (8*) Marja van der Toorren (50*) & Sarina Posar (3*) 9th 74* 10th 134 Kate Bertrand (28) & Ingrid Noack (109*)

BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: ​ Natalie Challis 267 Highest Aggregate-Season: ​ Kim Nielson 35, 1998/99 Best Bowling:​ Naomi Hoey 8/19 vs Donex 1992/93

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Versus Bundoora Melb Melb/Toor Croyd N/Mont Hawthorn Brunswick Park EMP Dand Narree Warren EMP

Season 2006/07 2012/13 1993/94 1993/94 1993/94 1997/98 1999/00 2012/13 1996/97 2000/01


BRIGHTON DISTRICT President: Admin Manager: Telephone: Email: Ground: Colours: Coach: Asst. Coach: 1st XI Captain:

Robin Mason Georgie Dwyer 0419 778 794 brightondistrict@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Dendy Park, Breen Drive, East Brighton Navy Blue & White Yasas Tillakarathne Merrin Pertzel Lauren Wood

www.brightondistrictcc.com @BD_CC

CARLTON-BRUNSWICK President: Admin Manager: Email: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

John Douglas John McConville carlton@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Princes Park, Gillon Oval Black, Navy Blue, Green Karl Mayne TBA

brunswick.vic.cricket.com.au or carlton.vic.cricket.com.au @CarltonCCScores or @BrunswickCC1

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COBURG President: Admin Manager: Email: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

Don Hudson Andrew Hart coburgcricketclub@gmail.com Coburg City Oval Maroon and Gold Stephanie Theodore TBA

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: ​

Coburg 8/278 vs Dandenong (2009/10) Highest Score Against:​ vs Brunswick Park Womens 5/318 (2008/09) Lowest Score For: ​ Coburg 44 vs Brown Hill (2007/08) Lowest Score Against: vs Dandenong 20 (2012/13) Most Matches: ​ Debra Loughnan 133 matches, Courtney Coghill 132

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: ​ Catherine Morrow 1481 Highest Aggregate-Season: ​ Catherine Morrow 677 (2012/13) Highest Individual Score: Catherine Morrow 104no vs Plenty Valley (2012/13) BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: Highest Aggregate-Season: ​ Best Bowling:​

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batters 1st 148 Rebekah Morris & Renee Melton 2nd 132 Emily Whitfield & Renee Melton 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th

128 128 138 125 45 79 38 46

Courtney Coghill Courtney Coghill Janine Gale Annie Holland Moelagi Tuilagi Lynette Conner Donna Davis Aimee McAuliffe

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Courtney Coghill 139 Erika Quinn 31 Erika Quinn 6/10

Versus Box Hill Napoleons/ Sebastopol Brighton District Brighton District Dandenong Ringwood EMP Brunswick Park Brown Hill Riverside

Season 2013/14 2015/16 2010/11 2002/03 2009/10 2012/13 2009/10 2008/09 2006/07 2007/08


DANDENONG Michael Findlay Liz Williamson 0409 184 277 dandenong@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Greaves Reserve, Dandenong Showgrounds, Oval #4, Bennet Street, Dandenong Red and Blue (The Panthers) Cathryn Fitzpatrick, Megan Pauweks & Vince Cameron Sophie Molineux

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: ​ 8/415cc Highest Score Against:​ 3/375cc Lowest Score For: ​ 20 Lowest Score Against: ​ 34 Most Matches: ​ Erica Kershaw 124

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: ​ Sarah Elliott 3832 Highest Aggregate-Season: ​ Carin Eastburn 674 Highest Individual Score: Kelly Applebee 184 2009/10

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batters 1st 175 Belinda Clark* & Sarah Elliott 2nd 242 Sarah Elliott & Kelly Applebee* 3rd 159 Carin Eastburn & Elise Collier 4th 154 Belinda Clark & Kelly Applebee* 5th 149* Belinda Clark* & Jane Franklin* 6th 105 Jane Franklin* & Belinda Clark 7th 131* Eimear Richardson* & Julie Hunter 8th 62 Jane Franklin* & Amelie Hunter 9th 42 Carin Eastburn & Chelsea Moscript 10th 39 Safia Adem & Shelly Ryder*

BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: ​ Emma Gallagher 124 Highest Aggregate-Season: ​ Emma Gallagher 38 Best Bowling:​ Cathryn Fitzpatrick 6/10

Season 2003/04 2012/13 2014/15 2002/03 2002/03 2003/04 2009/10 2003/04 2013/14 2008/09

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Dismissals-Career: Erica Kershaw 118 Most Dismissals-Season: Erica Kershaw 24 Most Dismissals-Match: Erica Kershaw 7 (6ct 1st)

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President: Manager: Email: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

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MELBOURNE President: Chairman of Cricket: Admin Manager: Email: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

Steven Smith Peter King Steven McCooke - 0400 833 870 melbourne@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Albert Cricket Ground, St Kilda Rd, Melbourne. Tel: 9510 1913 Red, White & Blue Graeme Lay TBA

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: ​ Highest Score Against:​ Lowest Score For: ​ Lowest Score Against: ​ Most Matches: ​

6/339 v Prahran 2014/15 1/412 by Box Hill 2012/13 35 v EMP 2014/15 17 by Prahran 2014/15 Anna O’Donnell 101

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: ​ Amy Vine 1,312 Highest Aggregate-Season: ​ Amy Vine 570 2016/17 Highest Individual Score: Hayley Jensen 122 v Prahran 2014/15

BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: Tegan Orwin 84 Highest Aggregate-Season: ​ Tegan Orwin 23, 2014/15 Best Bowling:​ Tegan Orwin 5/3 v P.Vall 2013/14 PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batters 1st 98 TS Parker (37) & AJ Vine (83) 1st 98 S Townsend (65) & AJ Vine (36) 2nd 118 AJ Vine (39) & HNK Jensen (101*) 3rd 92 KJ Crowley (50) & AJ Vine (117) 4th 105 AJ Vine (117) & TS Parker (51*) 5th 91 A Yates (63) & B Chesterfield (36) 6th 86 E Jones (76*) & EM Hearne (32) 7th 94* B Sutton (40*) & TEM Orwin (29*) 8th 42 A Jones (9) & NA Plane (21) 9th 44 TS Parker (48*) & G Cannon (15) 10th 37 A Jones (18) & G Cannon (16*)

Versus Box Hill Box Hill EMP Plenty Valley Plenty Valley Prahran Box Hill Prahran Brunswick Park Dandenong Plenty Valley

Season 2016/17 2016/17 2064/17 2015/16 2015/16 2014/15 2013/14 2014/15 2012/13 2012/13 2012/13

www.mcc.org.au @MCCWomenCricket

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MELTON President: Admin Manager: Email: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

Kevin Vernon Anthony Gale - 0411 433 665 melton@club.cricketvictoria.com.au MacPhersons Park, Oval #1, Coburns Road, Melton Red & White Nathan Geisler Nicole Martin

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: ​ Tricia Jones 2,240 Highest Individual Score: Suzie McGill 146* v Brunswick Park 1983/84

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt 1st 137 P.Allen (88) 2nd 131 K Jacobsen-Logan (82) 3rd 173 S.McGill (129) 4th 80 J.Gale (43) 5th 143 C.Duggan (73) 6th 76 A.Dangerfield (44) 7th 87 T.Jones (47) 8th 108 D.Frew (35) 9th 51 N Martin (21) 10th 30 G.Prada (30)

BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: ​ Best Bowling:​

T Jones 192 T Hamilton 8/33

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WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Dismissals-Career: Most Dismissals-Season: Most Dismissals-Match:

Season 1984/85 2012/13 1983/84 1978/79 1987/88 1981/82 1982/83 1986/87 2012/13 1987/88

L Williams 38 K Frew 18 L Williams 6


PLENTY VALLEY President: Admin Manager: Email: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

Darren Callahan Dianne Herman - 0414 943 000 plentyvalley@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Yarrambat, Ironbark Road, Yarrambat Blue, Green & Yellow Adam Drinkwell Kirsty Lamb

CLUB RECORDS Most Matches: ​ BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: ​

Claudia Fatone 322

BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: ​

Natasha Noblett 301

Alissa Sharp 5501

www.pvcc.vic.cricket.com.au @PVCCBats

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PRAHRAN President: Admin Manager: Email: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

Phil Williamson Lisa Grimwade - 0411 883 936 prahran@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Toorak Park, 580 Orrong Road, Armadale Dark Blue & White (True Blues) Carl Sandri Emma Inglis

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: ​ 1st XI 5/448cc v P.Vall 2008/09 (SF) Highest Score Against:​ 1st XI 6/354cc v EMP 2007/08 Lowest Score For: ​ 2nd XI 36 v Brown Hill 2007/08 (SF) Lowest Score Against: ​ 23 v Moonee Vall.Wh. 2008/09 Most Matches: ​ Julie Calvert 392

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: ​ Julie Calvert 11,728 Highest Aggregate-Season: ​ Renee Melton 967 2008/09 Highest Individual Score: Kate Hildebrand 235 1982/83

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt Runs Batters 1st 220 Calvert & Hildebrand 2nd 322 Bolton & Cameron 3rd 305 Melton & Norquay 4th 275 Hildebrand & McIntosh 5th 243 Theodore & Calvert 6th 132 Cutler & Ross 7th 156 Hall & Theodore 8th 94 Norquay & Mannes 9th 184 Theodore & Cox 10th 80 Aparo & Benefield

BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: ​ K Benefield 541 Highest Aggregate-Season: ​ K Benefield 50 2002/03 & C Morrow 50 2008/09 Best Bowling:​ J Puurand 8/5 2008/09

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Season 1987/88 2015/16 2008/09 1982/83 1994/95 1987/88 1993/94 2011/12 1992/93 1999/00 (F)

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Dismissals-Career: Julie Calvert 323 (279ct & 44st) Most Dismissals-Season: Julie Calvert 21 — 1990/91 Most Dismissals-Match: Julie Calvert 7 — 2002/03


RINGWOOD President: Admin Manager: Email: Ground: Colours: Coach: 1st XI Captain:

Mark Freeman John Cassidy ringwood@club.cricketvictoria.com.au Jubilee Park, Greenwood Avenue, Ringwood Proclamation Park, Sylvia Grove, Ringwood Blue & Gold (The Rams) Scott McNaughton TBA

CLUB RECORDS Highest Score For: ​ Highest Score Against:​ Lowest Score For: ​ Lowest Score Against: ​ Most Matches: ​

7/355 v Prahran 2014/15 6/349 v Brighton District 2013/14 39 v Napoleons/Sebastopol 2012/13 13 v Prahran 2014/15 Tamara Mason 97

BATTING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: ​ Highest Aggregate-Season: ​

Tamara Mason 1,346 Tamara Mason 396 2014/15 Highest Individual Score: Tamara Mason 94 2012/13

PARTNERSHIP RECORDS Wkt 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 9th 10th

Runs 77 154 106 63 108 104 80 35 26 26 30

Batters A Menogue (43*) A Menogue (41*) A Menogue (51*) M Hickman (50) T Mason (62) G Mills (51*) A Menogue (33) S Hickman (24) F Weight (16*) K Tarr (12*) S Nelson (15)

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BOWLING RECORDS Highest Aggregate-Career: ​ Alison Menogue 68 Highest Aggregate-Season: ​ Jasmin Harrison 21 2012/13 Best Bowling:​ Kylie Rule 5/18 v Box Hill 2015/16

K Tarr (40) K Tarr (89) K Tarr (57) K Dundas (27) K Martin (50) M Goldsmith (30) K Heidinger (46) A Menogue (11) A Menogue (1) T Gregory (11) E Checkley (5*)

Versus Napoleons Brighton Melbourne Brunswick Park Prahran Brighton Coburg Coburg Brighton Essendon MP Plenty Valley

Season 2014/15 2015/16 2013/14 2013/14 2014/15 2011/12 2012/13 2012/13 2011/12 2013/14 2015/16

WICKET-KEEPING RECORDS Most Victums-Career: Tamara Mason 20 (17ct 3st) Most Dismissals-Season: Madeleine Wright 18 (8ct 10st) 2016/17 Most Dismissals-Match: Tamara Mason 5 v Melbourne 2013/14

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VICTORIAN PREMIER CRICKET MEN’S 1ST XI CAREER RECORDS The following career records are for all 353 players who took part in Victorian Premier Cricket 1st XI matches during the 2016-17 season. Details for J.W. Hastings, P.M. Siddle, C.P. Tremain and M.S. Wade, who represented Victoria but did not appear in Premier Cricket in 2016-17, are also included. Records include performances in one-day/Twenty20/White Ball finals from 2002-03 but not those in earlier limited-overs competitions. Performances in T20 matches which formed part of the regular competition from 2010-11 are included but those played in other Premier T20 competitions are excluded. Where a player has represented more than one club, his most recent club is indicated by an asterisk. Records for Greenvale Kangaroos, Kingston Hawthorn and Monash Tigers include performances for, respectively, North Melbourne, Hawthorn-Monash University and Richmond.

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Abbatangelo, B. J. .. .. Northcote 2011-12 80 84 12 1962 112 27.25 3 9 540 13 41.53 4/35 – – 33 Adams, K. W. .. .. .. . *Green Kang 2010-11 61 57 19 832 76* 21.89 – 3 2389 96 24.99 6/70 4 – 23 Northcote 2012-13 11 10 7 42 15* 14.00 – – 393 6 65.50 2/18 – – 3 Total 72 67 26 874 76* 21.31 – 3 2782 102 27.27 6/70 4 – 26 Agar, W. G. .. .. .. .. King Haw 2016-17 7 7 2 44 27 8.80 – – did not bowl 0 Ahmed, Fawad .. .. .. . Melb Univ 2012-13 47 33 5 412 50* 14.71 – 1 1914 95 20.14 6/32 3 – 4 Akeroyd, M. S. G. .. .. Ringwood 2016-17 4 did not bat 50 2 25.00 2/24 – – 1 Alavi, E. .. .. .. .. .. .. Fitz-Donc 2011-12 95 63 17 549 70 11.93 – 1 3112 125 24.89 5/43 1 – 32 Alexander, N. J. .. .. . Geelong 2015-16 8 9 3 96 27 16.00 – – 312 9 34.66 3/26 – – 0 Altis, C. J. .. .. .. .. .. Essendon 2011-12 12 9 4 45 15 9.00 – – 373 15 24.86 5/54 1 – 3 *Northcote 2016-17 1 1 0 12 12 12.00 – – 8 0 – – – – 0 Total 13 10 4 57 15 9.50 – – 381 15 25.40 5/54 1 – 3 Amin, R. A. .. .. .. .. . Green Kang 2013-14 25 32 1 570 79 18.38 – 4 did not bowl 31/4 *Mon Tigers 2016-17 9 9 1 133 59* 16.62 – 1 did not bowl 0 Total 34 41 2 703 79 18.02 – 5 did not bowl 31/4 Armstrong, A. .. .. .. .. Foot Edge 2014-15 5 4 1 18 12* 6.00 – – 22 2 11.00 1/3 – – 2 Ashkenazi, B. M. .. .. Frank Pen 2011-12 59 38 20 112 16* 6.22 – – 2261 79 28.62 4/33 – – 13 Ashton, P. W. .. .. .. .. Ringwood 2011-12 95 67 18 772 55 15.75 – 1 2705 94 28.77 4/17 – – 32 Augustin, J. M. .. .. .. Fitz-Donc 2008-09 95 69 23 780 109 16.95 1 – did not bowl 109/17 *Dandenong 2016-17 16 8 3 107 36* 21.40 – – did not bowl 22/1 Total 111 77 26 887 109 17.39 1 – did not bowl 131/18 Ayre, A. .. .. .. .. .. .. . Essendon 2013-14 68 75 4 2441 172 34.38 4 12 13 0 – – – – 95/16 Baker, B. A. .. .. .. .. Northcote 2012-13 82 72 12 679 49 11.31 – – did not bowl 105/19 Banthorpe. L. R. .. .. . Fitz-Donc 2013-14 62 60 11 1083 67 22.10 – 5 did not bowl 88/6 Barnewall, M. .. .. .. .. Essendon 2015-16 14 8 3 36 17 7.20 – – 496 12 41.33 4/32 – – 0 Bartlett, J. G. .. .. .. .. St Kilda 2015-16 7 8 0 173 50 21.62 – 1 233 8 29.12 3/53 – – 1 Batters, T. W. .. .. .. .. Essendon 2010-11 14 12 3 22 9 2.44 – – 529 13 40.69 2/24 – – 6 *Melb Univ 2013-14 32 19 5 90 21* 6.42 – – 1214 43 28.23 4/38 – – 9 Total 46 31 8 112 21* 4.86 – – 1743 56 31.12 4/38 – – 15 Baxter, B. E. .. .. .. .. St Kilda 2012-13 56 28 14 314 80 22.42 – 1 2192 92 23.82 6/48 2 – 17 Beaton, T. M. .. .. .. .. Fitz-Donc 2014-15 1 1 1 44 44* – – – 11 0 – – – – 1 *Carlton 2016-17 16 17 0 390 75 22.94 – 2 325 9 36.11 2/15 – – 7 Total 17 18 1 434 75 25.52 – 2 336 9 37.33 2/15 – – 8 Beer, M. A. .. .. .. .. .. St Kilda 2003-04 130 69 27 727 53 17.30 – 1 4783 259 18.46 6/27 11 – 49 Benbow, J. A. .. .. .. . Frank Pen 2009-10 112 69 31 351 30* 9.23 – – 3489 129 27.04 4/27 – – 24 Benedek, C. .. .. .. .. Casey-SM 2011-12 6 5 2 56 35* 18.66 – – 89 1 89.00 1/46 – – 2 Berryman, M. G. .. .. Camb Mag 2011-12 16 17 0 250 36 14.70 – – 82 2 41.00 2/27 – – 0 *Mon Tigers 2013-14 31 32 1 397 45 12.80 – – 701 41 17.09 5/42 1 – 10 Total 47 49 1 647 45 13.47 – – 783 43 18.20 5/42 1 – 10 Bett, J. R. .. .. .. .. .. . Camb Mag 2010-11 35 34 3 723 108 23.32 1 2 900 26 34.61 4/32 – – 9 *Melb Univ 2013-14 63 58 20 983 59 25.86 – 5 2262 87 26.00 5/34 2 – 22 Total 98 92 23 1706 108 24.72 1 7 3162 113 27.98 5/34 2 – 31 Bhargave, S. .. .. .. .. Camb Mag 2015-16 22 21 3 201 40* 11.16 – – 486 17 28.58 2/14 – – 9 Biscontin, N. .. .. .. .. . Essendon 2014-15 11 8 2 14 6 2.33 – – 363 15 24.13 4/40 – – 1 Blain, J. C. A. .. .. .. .. Ringwood 2013-14 11 10 2 53 23* 6.62 – – did not bowl 1 Blyth, J. O. .. .. .. .. .. Fitz-Donc 2014-15 28 25 2 526 61 22.86 – 2 129 2 64.50 2/6 – – 14 Boland, N. J. .. .. .. .. Frank Pen 2015-16 16 15 4 178 53* 16.18 – 1 636 24 26.50 4/24 – – 0 Boland, S. M. .. .. .. . Frank Pen 2007-08 85 54 14 586 61* 14.65 – 1 3021 136 22.21 5/40 2 – 22 Borg, J. L. .. .. .. .. .. Carlton 2013-14 48 40 9 501 66 16.16 – 1 did not bowl 88/1 Borgas, I. M. J. .. .. .. Melb Univ 2016-17 15 18 0 465 175 25.83 2 1 did not bowl 3 Bowe, L. P. .. .. .. .. .. Essendon 2016-17 16 8 2 12 6 2.00 – – 586 26 22.53 4/60 – – 2 Boyce, J. W. .. .. .. .. Prahran 2016-17 2 did not bat 80 1 80.00 1/19 – – 0 Boyd, A. .. .. .. .. .. . Geelong 2015-16 12 13 1 138 28 11.50 – – 30 2 15.00 2/9 – – 0 Boyle, A. J. .. .. .. .. .. Melbourne 2011-12 4 2 1 2 2* 2.00 – – 191 2 85.50 1/35 – – 1 *Melb Univ 2014-15 10 9 2 37 13* 5.28 – – 422 24 17.58 5/33 2 – 4 Total 14 11 3 39 13* 4.87 – – 613 26 23.57 5/33 2 – 5 Bremner, M. J. .. .. .. Fitz-Donc 2008-09 116 112 9 2775 129 26.94 4 14 53 0 – – – – 47

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Bridle, C. W. .. .. .. .. Camb Mag 2016-17 1 2 2 0 0* – – – 43 2 21.50 2/27 – – 0 Brohier, J. A. .. .. .. .. Frank Pen 2015-16 13 12 1 171 92 15.54 – 1 69 2 34.50 1/13 – – 4 Brown, C. .. .. .. .. .. . Casey-SM 2014-15 13 8 4 31 13 7.75 – – 322 5 64.40 2/22 – – 4 Brown, M. J. .. .. .. .. Melbourne 2008-09 135 132 20 3527 148* 31.49 5 21 211 5 42.20 2/8 – – 54 Buchanan, L. G. L. .. .. *Geelong 1997-98 172 179 9 5003 245 29.42 5 28 2351 65 36.16 4/11 – – 94 Melbourne 2002-03 80 82 5 3252 239 42.23 9 15 882 20 44.10 3/28 – – 37 Total 252 261 14 8255 245 33.42 14 43 3233 85 38.03 4/11 – – 131 Buchanan, M. J. .. .. . Geelong 2010-11 52 54 4 1331 128 26.62 1 7 867 33 26.27 3/26 – – 16 *Melbourne 2016-17 19 18 3 631 96 42.06 – 6 578 14 41.28 2/30 – – 5 Total 71 72 7 1962 128 30.18 1 13 1445 47 30.74 3/26 – – 21 Bull, A. G. .. .. .. .. .. Dandenong 2001-02 64 62 9 1206 73* 22.75 – 6 71 1 71.00 1/20 – – 27 *Prahran 2008-09 104 111 6 2856 163 27.20 3 15 19 0 – – – – 39 Total 168 173 15 4062 163 25.70 3 21 90 1 90.00 1/20 – – 66 Bullen, M. S. .. .. .. .. Fitz-Donc 2016-17 18 9 4 32 9 6.40 – – 649 30 21.63 4/59 – – 6 Buszard, T. .. .. .. .. .. Carlton 2005-06 115 108 25 2092 143* 25.20 1 10 1487 45 33.04 4/93 – – 26 *Foot-Edge 2016-17 17 16 5 318 62* 28.90 – 1 107 3 35.66 1/7 – – 4 Total 132 124 30 2410 143* 25.63 1 11 1594 48 33.20 4/93 – – 30 Butterfield, J. M. .. .. . Dandenong 2007-08 125 66 34 344 38 10.75 – – 4686 212 22.10 5/21 9 – 32 Butterworth, H. W. J. .. Geelong 2010-11 107 115 16 3199 126* 32.31 5 17 1411 43 32.81 5/45 1 – 40 *Foot-Edge 2016-17 17 17 0 317 64 18.64 – 2 224 11 20.36 3/21 – – 4 Total 124 132 16 3516 126* 30.31 5 19 1635 54 30.27 5/45 1 – 44 Bychkov, A. .. .. .. .. St Kilda 2015-16 12 12 3 132 40* 14.66 – – did not bowl 16/3 Byrnes Howe, H. P. .. Melb Univ 2016-17 15 18 1 521 120 30.64 1 1 did not bowl 20/3 Cameron, L. D. B.. .. . Essendon 2009-10 110 62 26 272 30* 7.55 – – 4462 185 24.11 6/22 6 – 18 Campbell, C. A. .. .. . Northcote 2015-16 7 7 1 57 24 9.50 – – 50 0 – – – – 0 Campbell, M. I. .. .. .. Ringwood 2014-15 13 9 3 100 52 16.66 – 1 did not bowl 6 Cassidy, P. E. .. .. .. .. Dandenong 2015-16 16 10 5 108 23 21.60 – – 568 24 23.66 4/36 – – 1 Chalkley, A. F. .. .. .. Mon Tigers 2012-13 55 53 1 1169 116 22.48 2 5 90 4 22.50 1/0 – – 26 Chopra, S. .. .. .. .. .. . Melb Univ 2014-15 1 1 0 17 17 17.00 – – did not bowl 0 *King Haw 2016-17 12 14 0 372 73 26.57 – 3 108 3 36.00 2/20 – – 6 Total 13 15 0 389 73 25.93 – 3 108 3 36.00 2/20 – – 6 Christian, D. T. .. .. .. Mon Tigers 2013-14 16 17 2 503 87 33.53 – 3 464 27 17.18 5/15 2 – 9 Coates, S. .. .. .. .. .. . Prahran 2004-05 186 165 36 2775 145 21.51 4 9 did not bowl 280/63 Colaco, D. .. .. .. .. .. Carlton 2013-14 31 16 7 86 18* 9.55 – – 1125 33 34.09 3/19 – – 15 Coleman, J. R. .. .. .. . Dandenong 2008-09 3 2 1 3 3* 3.00 – – 66 4 16.50 3/15 – – 0 *Melbourne 2010-11 38 23 9 113 16 8.07 – – 1197 49 24.42 3/26 – – 6 Total 41 25 10 116 16 7.73 – – 1263 53 23.83 3/15 – – 6 Collett, T. M. .. .. .. .. King Haw 2011-12 83 67 28 393 36 10.07 – – 2892 84 34.42 4/22 – – 21 Condy, S. .. .. .. .. .. .. Geelong 2014-15 12 5 2 5 2* 1.66 – – 305 6 50.83 2/17 – – 10 Connor, G. J. .. .. .. .. King Haw 2015-16 6 8 2 90 37 15.00 – – did not bowl 1 Conway, I. W. .. .. .. . Essendon 2015-16 6 4 1 36 9* 12.00 – – did not bowl 9/1 Crea, S. .. .. .. .. .. .. Essendon 2015-16 7 2 1 2 2* 2.00 – – 215 6 35.83 2/83 – – 0 Crispe, A. T. .. .. .. .. .. Northcote 2008-09 67 48 8 507 43 12.67 – – 2141 87 24.60 6/84 2 – 28 Crone, X. A. .. .. .. .. Carlton 2015-16 15 8 5 61 27 20.33 – – 537 27 19.88 5/25 1 – 8 Culvenor, M. J. .. .. .. . Carlton 2012-13 10 4 3 27 15* 27.00 – – 408 12 34.00 5/37 1 – 4 Davies, B. S. .. .. .. .. St Kilda 2015-16 14 13 0 239 62 18.38 – 2 218 4 54.50 2/33 – – 7 Dean, T. J. .. .. .. .. .. . Foot Edge 2008-09 116 114 16 3154 138 32.18 3 22 1064 36 29.55 3/32 – – 34 Dearden, H. E. .. .. .. Green Kang 2015-16 31 38 1 848 103* 22.91 1 4 12 0 – – – – 13 Devlin, J. .. .. .. .. .. .. Prahran 2014-15 17 8 3 44 10 8.80 – – 472 15 31.46 3/23 – – 4 Dhindsa, R. S. .. .. .. . Green Kang 2013-14 31 32 4 329 29 11.75 – – 524 16 32.75 4/18 – – 10 *King Haw 2016-17 6 7 0 97 47 13.85 – – 23 0 – – – – 2 Total 37 39 4 426 47 12.17 – – 547 16 34.18 4/18 – – 12 Dhull, A. .. .. .. .. .. .. Prahran 2014-15 34 35 6 992 123* 34.20 1 6 24 0 – – – – 7 Dhuri, R. .. .. .. .. .. . King Haw 2016-17 6 4 3 18 18* 18.00 – – 153 6 25.50 2/15 – – 0 Dickson, P. J. .. .. .. .. Melbourne 2000-01 52 52 4 1197 109 24.93 1 4 438 19 23.05 5/39 1 – 21 *Fitz-Donc 2005-06 199 208 21 7408 226† 39.61 12 41 3900 174 22.41 7/42 4 – 64 Total 251 260 25 8605 226† 36.61 13 45 4338 193 22.47 7/42 5 – 85 Dineen, C. A. .. .. .. . Ringwood 2013-14 10 8 2 20 8 3.33 – – did not bowl 1 Dinger, C. A. .. .. .. .. Casey-SM 2016-17 5 3 1 27 15 13.50 – – 243 4 60.75 3/85 – – 1 Diston, L. .. .. .. .. .. Casey-SM 2013-14 37 30 12 173 30* 9.61 – – 1472 44 33.45 4/24 – – 10 Doherty, X. J. .. .. .. . Camb Mag 2016-17 1 1 1 21 21* – – – 21 1 21.00 1/21 – – 0 Donnell, T. F. .. .. .. .. . South Melb 2002-03 10 12 0 106 31 8.83 – – did not bowl 2 *Dandenong 2005-06 186 203 21 6205 139* 34.09 10 34 757 25 30.28 4/18 – – 110 Total 196 215 21 6311 139* 32.53 10 34 757 25 30.29 4/18 – – 112

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Earney, B. .. .. .. .. .. Mon Tigers 2015-16 4 1 1 8 8* – – – 162 2 81.00 1/47 – – 1 Eaton, R. A. .. .. .. .. .. Casey-SM 2014-15 40 44 3 734 87 17.90 – 5 did not bowl 8 Edwards, L. J. .. .. .. . Melbourne 2013-14 24 19 0 330 62 17.36 – 2 64 3 21.33 1/2 – – 4 Dandenong 2016-17 17 15 2 543 85 41.76 – 5 55 0 – – – – 9 Total 41 34 2 873 85 27.28 – 7 119 3 39.66 1/2 – – 13 Edwards, S. A. .. .. .. Mon Tigers 2015-16 23 17 4 304 38 23.38 – – 18 0 – – – – 45/4 Egan, D. T. E. .. .. .. .. St Kilda 2016-17 13 13 1 268 115 22.33 1 1 16 1 16.00 1/16 – – 5 Elliott, K. J. S. .. .. .. .. Melbourne 2014-15 22 9 4 54 21* 10.80 – – 871 26 33.50 2/9 – – 8 Elmi, D. T. .. .. .. .. .. Frank Pen 2008-09 83 87 4 1499 83 18.06 – 7 810 26 31.15 3/24 – – 17 Emms, H. S. .. .. .. .. Melb Univ 2015-16 10 14 0 189 49 13.50 – – did not bowl 3 Evans, Z. K. .. .. .. .. Ringwood 2015-16 8 2 0 7 6 3.50 – – 254 12 21.16 4/51 – – 1 Ewing, T. K. .. .. .. .. . Frank Pen 2015-16 9 13 1 219 60 18.25 – 1 133 3 44.33 1/6 – – 3 Fairbanks, B. R. .. .. .. Dandenong 2004-05 102 76 15 999 127 16.37 1 2 2997 118 25.39 4/24 – – Finch, A. J. .. .. .. .. .. Geelong 2002-03 119 115 11 4315 168 41.49 14 15 513 16 32.06 3/16 – – Fletcher, N. J. .. .. .. . Fitz-Donc 2016-17 1 1 0 30 30 30.00 – – 12 1 12.00 1/12 – – Forbes, D. M. .. .. .. . St Kilda 2006-07 125 122 19 2126 105 20.64 3 10 1794 68 26.38 4/24 – – Forsyth, B. S. .. .. .. .. . *Dandenong 2005-06 158 167 21 5326 153 36.47 12 22 121 3 40.33 1/14 – – Prahran 2010-11 14 15 0 163 50 10.86 – 1 did not bowl Total 172 182 21 5489 153 34.09 12 23 121 3 40.33 1/14 – – Forsyth, C. P. .. .. .. .. Dandenong 2013-14 49 48 11 980 104* 26.48 1 3 1 1 1.00 1/1 – – Fotia, M. F. .. .. .. .. .. Ringwood 2013-14 65 26 16 76 10* 7.60 – – 1934 82 23.58 4/29 – – Freeman, J. M. .. .. .. Ringwood 2013-14 61 52 11 654 67 15.95 – 3 1069 43 24.86 4/20 – – Frith, B. L. .. .. .. .. .. Frank Pen 2015-16 4 1 1 5 5* – – – 62 1 62.00 1/15 – – Frith, M. T. P. .. .. .. .. St Kilda 2012-13 10 10 3 111 30* 15.85 – – 16 0 – – – – *Fitz-Donc 2014-15 48 50 4 1329 105* 28.89 1 7 922 56 16.46 4/24 – – Total 58 60 7 1440 105* 27.16 1 7 938 56 16.75 4/24 – – Fry, J. N. .. .. .. .. .. . Casey-SM 2015-16 24 18 10 39 8 4.87 – – 678 30 22.60 3/34 – –

19 60 0 31 60/1 4 64/1 12 10 16 1 1 16 17 2

Galeotti, J. .. .. .. .. .. . Essendon 2014-15 22 25 3 474 89 21.54 – 4 14 0 – – – – Gannon, C. J. .. .. .. . Frank Pen 2016-17 1 1 0 44 44 44.00 – – 40 0 – – – – Gapes, M. A. .. .. .. .. Frank Pen 2007-08 105 116 10 2625 102* 24.76 1 16 506 11 46.00 3/38 – – Gautam, S. .. .. .. .. . Foot Edge 2013-14 14 8 0 157 52 19.62 – 1 143 10 14.30 2/10 – – *Green Kang 2014-15 47 54 1 869 82 16.39 – 4 1417 53 26.73 6/14 2 – Total 61 62 1 1026 82 16.81 – 5 1560 63 24.76 6/14 2 – Gaynor, N. W. .. .. .. Northcote 2016-17 1 1 0 0 0 0.00 – – did not bowl Gilbert, D. R. .. .. .. .. Carlton 2015-16 6 5 2 40 18* 13.33 – – 200 7 28.57 4/49 – – Gilbert, J. E. .. .. .. .. St Kilda 2016-17 10 9 1 179 57 22.37 – 1 81 1 81.00 1/8 – – Goodier, M. E. .. .. .. .. Prahran 1999-00 57 71 1 1419 87 20.27 – 7 436 12 36.33 2/27 – – *King Haw 2014-15 39 44 0 803 85 18.25 – 2 215 7 30.71 2/12 – – Total 96 115 1 2222 87 19.49 – 9 651 19 34.26 2/12 – – Gotch, S. E. .. .. .. .. Melbourne 2010-11 72 71 11 2594 173 43.21 5 16 66 2 33.00 1/16 – – Green, B. D. .. .. .. .. Foot Edge 2006-07 111 103 18 1600 76 18.82 – 7 2689 101 26.62 4/40 – – Gribben, S. .. .. .. .. . St Kilda 2012-13 29 16 5 92 29* 8.36 – – 1131 47 24.06 4/27 – – Griffin, S. E. .. .. .. .. Mon Tigers 2011-12 43 24 6 210 28 11.66 – – 1559 51 30.56 4/13 – – Grimwade, S. E. J. .. .. Prahran 2013-14 32 13 8 29 12 5.80 – – 1321 54 24.46 4/78 – – Gudde, M. .. .. .. .. .. Foot Edge 2014-15 29 26 1 435 72 17.40 – 1 did not bowl Gulbis, E. P. .. .. .. .. . Carlton 2003-04 121 126 13 4091 163* 36.20 13 17 689 23 29.95 4/14 – – *Prahran 2016-17 11 11 2 389 136 43.22 1 1 425 24 17.70 5/79 1 – Total 132 137 15 4480 163* 36.72 14 18 1114 47 24.70 5/79 1 – Gunther, M. J. .. .. .. Geelong 2013-14 40 31 11 290 43 14.50 – – 1009 24 42.04 2/18 – –

9 0 41 6 14 20 1/1 2 3 28 11 39 78/10 30 5 17 5 15 56 4 60 15

Hadfield, D. .. .. .. .. Casey-SM 2013-14 33 36 6 636 64 21.20 – 2 594 21 28.28 3/2 – – 11 Hales, A. D. .. .. .. .. Dandenong 2010-11 16 16 1 482 134 32.13 2 2 29 2 14.50 2/16 – – 10 *Fitz-Donc 2016-17 4 4 1 142 66 47.33 – 1 did not bowl 1 Total 20 20 2 624 134 34.66 2 3 29 2 14.50 2/16 – – 11 Hall, H. J. .. .. .. .. .. St Kilda 2016-17 8 6 1 15 9 3.00 – – 324 22 14.72 6/28 2 – 2 Hamilton, J. A. .. .. .. Northcote 2013-14 41 24 11 95 23 7.30 – – 1747 72 24.26 6/21 1 – 5 Handscomb, P. S. P. .. St Kilda 2008-09 80 79 6 2733 212 37.43 8 12 8 0 – – – – 62/1 Hannah, G. J. .. .. .. . Melbourne 2016-17 2 did not bat 88 4 22.00 3/22 – – 0 Harbinson, S. J. .. .. .. Northcote 2013-14 44 42 10 703 53 21.96 – 1 1412 62 22.77 4/28 – – 17

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Harford, N. W. .. .. .. Frank Pen 2015-16 5 5 0 48 31 9.60 – – did not bowl 0 Harper, J. W. .. .. .. .. Mon Tigers 2012-13 59 51 7 521 55* 11.84 – 1 did not bowl 89/6 *Melbourne 2016-17 10 4 0 19 13 4.75 – – did not bowl 16/0 69 55 7 540 55* 11.25 – 1 did not bowl 105/6 Harper, S. B. .. .. .. .. . Melbourne 2014-15 30 28 5 616 91 26.78 – 4 did not bowl 53/3 Harris, M. S. .. .. .. .. St Kilda 2016-17 3 3 0 49 25 16.33 – – did not bowl 0 Hart, J. W. .. .. .. .. .. Geelong 2004-05 80 43 25 116 18* 6.44 – – 4303 169 25.46 6/15 5 1 28 Melbourne 2013-14 19 7 4 7 3 2.33 – – 785 27 29.07 5/37 1 – 5 *Foot Edge 2015-16 34 15 8 77 18 11.00 – – 1678 76 22.07 6/82 3 – 4 Total 133 65 37 200 18* 7.14 – – 6766 272 24.87 6/15 9 1 37 Hartley, R. J. .. .. .. .. Prahran 2015-16 9 9 0 141 73 15.66 – 1 did not bowl 3 Hastie, B. C. .. .. .. .. Ringwood 2016-17 5 5 2 120 53* 40.00 – 2 did not bowl 3 Hastings, J. W. .. .. .. Foot Edge 2007-08 33 34 4 828 109* 27.60 1 4 913 43 21.23 5/45 1 – 11 *Frank Pen 2015-16 1 1 0 5 5 5.00 – – 30 1 30.00 1/30 – – 0 Total 34 35 4 833 109* 26.87 1 4 943 44 21.43 5/45 1 – 11 Herath, Y. N. .. .. .. .. King Haw 2015-16 16 13 3 154 35* 15.40 – – 557 15 37.13 3/12 – – 2 Hibbins, N. A. .. .. .. Casey-SM 2007-08 29 28 6 236 55* 10.72 – 1 did not bowl 45/8 *Frank Pen 2014-15 9 9 3 66 39* 11.00 – – did not bowl 12/0 Total 38 37 9 302 55* 10.78 – 1 did not bowl 57/8 Hill, M. W. .. .. .. .. .. Melbourne 2005-06 129 125 15 3862 123* 35.10 5 24 1604 64 25.06 4/27 – – 53 *Essendon 2016-17 15 17 4 626 90 48.15 – 4 22 1 22.00 1/2 – – 4 Total 144 142 19 4488 123* 36.48 5 28 1626 65 25.01 4/27 – – 57 Hill, S. F. .. .. .. .. .. .. Camb Mag 2002-03 240 265 30 9011 208* 38.34 13 51 1492 42 25.52 5/30 1 – 122 Hogg, G. B. .. .. .. .. Geelong 2016-17 3 3 2 41 36* 41.00 – – 112 6 18.66 3/60 – – 0 Holland, I. G. .. .. .. .. Ringwood 2006-07 129 127 17 3382 175 30.74 7 12 3822 251 15.22 8/15 12 3 52 Holland, J. M. .. .. .. .. Carlton 2005-06 49 29 8 232 35* 11.04 – – 2032 85 23.90 6/86 4 – 11 *Frank Pen 2010-11 33 22 2 225 50 11.25 – – 1415 58 24.39 5/10 1 – 12 Total 82 51 10 457 50 11.14 – 1 3447 143 24.10 6/86 5 – 23 Holmes, L. G. .. .. .. .. St Kilda 2014-15 14 16 1 337 140 22.46 1 1 did not bowl 8 Hovey, H. J. M. .. .. .. Green Kang 2016-17 8 9 0 77 21 8.55 – – 21 1 21.00 1/2 – – 2 Hudson, J. R. W. .. .. . Melbourne 2016-17 7 did not bat 230 9 25.55 3/23 – – 1 Hughes, A. L. .. .. .. . King Haw 2016-17 14 16 2 440 79 31.42 – 3 440 15 29.33 5/45 1 – 3 Humphrey, B. J. .. .. . Frank Pen 2013-14 18 7 4 14 4* 4.66 – – 491 15 32.73 2/16 – – 2 Hussain, Z. M. .. .. .. Essendon 2009-10 22 26 4 282 37 12.81 – – 234 6 39.00 3/67 – – 4 *Green Kang 2014-15 31 36 4 647 70 20.21 – 3 71 0 – – – – 7 Total 53 62 8 929 70 17.20 – 3 305 6 50.83 3/67 – – 11 Hussey, D. J. .. .. .. .. Prahran 2001-02 87 88 12 3264 169* 42.94 10 18 1177 50 23.54 6/25 1 – 58 Hutton, A. E. .. .. .. .. Prahran 2013-14 41 20 8 47 14 3.91 – – 1418 58 24.44 4/41 – – 7 Hutton, D. B. .. .. .. .. Camb Mag 2007-08 6 6 2 79 49* 19.75 – – 22 1 22.00 1/19 – – 0 *Melb Univ 2011-12 62 68 2 1436 123 21.75 1 7 1096 35 31.31 5/22 1 – 18 Total 68 74 4 1515 123 21.64 1 7 1118 36 31.05 5/22 1 – 18 Inglis, L. .. .. .. .. .. .. Geelong Inglis, L. G. .. .. .. .. . King Haw Iqbal, Y. .. .. .. .. .. .. Melb Univ

2016-17 8 2010-11 80 2015-16 12

Jackson, T. A. .. .. .. .. Melbourne 2008-09 14 *Prahran 2014-15 21 Total 35 Jeffery, N. P. C. .. .. .. King Haw 2014-15 26 Johnson, D. A. .. .. .. Ringwood 2016-17 15 Jowett, J. D. .. .. .. .. St Kilda 2014-15 23

8 1 120 39 17.14 85 15 1108 55* 15.82 12 0 201 54 16.75

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15 22 37 18 12 15

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3 2 5 6 1 6

218 58 18.16 469 102 23.45 687 102 21.46 87 25 7.25 104 21 9.45 105 18* 11.66

Kane, T. E. .. .. .. .. .. King Haw 2016-17 2 3 1 120 107 60.00 1 – 132 3 44.00 2/56 – – Karageorgiou, E. N. .. Haw-Mon U 2008-09 32 37 2 634 64 18.11 – 3 did not bowl *Melb Univ 2011-12 31 34 6 592 48 21.14 – – 11 0 – – – – Total 63 71 8 1226 64 19.46 – 3 11 0 – – – – Kavinda, N. .. .. .. .. . Melb Univ 2016-17 1 1 0 0 0 0.00 – – did not bowl Keely, A. T. .. .. .. .. . Melb Univ 2006-07 119 119 11 2372 124 21.96 1 10 263 11 23.90 4/11 – – Kellar, G. J. .. .. .. .. .. Haw-Mon U 1999-00 49 54 4 978 94 19.56 – 6 9 0 –    – – – Fitz-Donc 2004-05 74 79 2 1713 91 22.24 – 12 did not bowl *Ringwood 2011-12 34 30 9 741 81 35.28 – 5 did not bowl Total 157 163 15 3432 94 23.18 – 23 9 0 – – – – Kelly, B. R. .. .. .. .. .. Foot Edge 2013-14 1 1 0 0 0 0.00 – – did not bowl *Green Kang 2016-17 1 1 0 13 13 13.00 – – did not bowl Total 2 2 0 13 13 6.50 – – did not bowl Kent, A. J. .. .. .. .. .. . Melbourne 1999-00 325 342 30 11032 173 35.35 16 71 157 2 78.50 1/3 – – Kerber, S. L. .. .. .. .. Mon Tigers 2013-14 68 63 12 1049 94* 20.56 – 6 1831 60 30.51 5/19 1 –

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Khan, J. I. .. .. .. .. .. King Haw 2011-12 51 55 12 587 64* 13.65 – 4 1393 55 25.32 6/87 2 – 5 Kight, D. G. .. .. .. .. Foot Edge 2009-10 127 123 23 3248 146* 32.48 5 16 did not bowl 165/37 King, D. A. .. .. .. .. . Ringwood 2006-07 185 203 18 6973 171* 37.69 13 40 3314 163 20.33 6/31 2 – 60 King, L. S. .. .. .. .. .. Green Kang 2016-17 4 6 0 65 25 10.83 – – did not bowl 0 King, M. J. .. .. .. .. *Ringwood 2006-07 37 45 4 989 139* 24.12 2 2 did not bowl 12 Mon Tigers 2013-14 20 22 2 385 50 19.25 – 1 8 1 8.00 1/8 – – 5 Total 57 67 6 1374 139* 22.52 2 3 8 1 8.00 1/8 – – 17 Koch, J. .. .. .. .. .. .. Foot Edge 2015-16 10 6 3 95 44* 31.66 – – 297 15 19.80 5/21 1 – 2 Koop, J. E. .. .. .. .. .. Melbourne 2012-13 31 18 4 184 47 13.14 – - 833 31 26.87 4/50 – – 6 Korkolis, N. Y. .. .. .. . Fitz-Donc 2016-17 2 2 0 4 4 2.00 – – did not bowl 1 Lalor, J. W. .. .. .. .. .. Northcote 2015-16 14 13 1 277 74 23.08 – 1 38 0 – – – – 0 Lambden, N. .. .. .. .. Dandenong 2012-13 29 14 5 36 9 4.00 – – 970 32 30.31 4/29 – – 2 *Casey-SM 2015-16 32 29 6 280 39 12.17 – – 1223 54 22.64 7/65 1 – 6 Total 61 43 11 316 39 9.87 – – 2193 86 25.50 7/65 1 – 8 Larkin, T. .. .. .. .. .. . Geelong 2015-16 20 21 1 358 99 17.90 – 2 55 0 – – – – 7 Law, T. P. .. .. .. .. .. . Haw-Mon U 2009-10 2 1 1 2 2* – – – 94 0 – – – – 1 *Fitz-Donc 2016-17 1 did not bat 18 0 – – – – 0 Total 3 1 1 2 2* – – – 112 0 – – – 1 Lawford, T. L. .. .. .. . North Melb 2012-13 14 17 3 538 113 38.42 1 4 621 33 18.81 5/15 2 – 2 *Fitz-Donc 2015-16 38 36 3 761 63 23.06 – 4 1607 86 18.68 5/25 2 – 16 Total 52 53 6 1299 113 27.63 1 8 2228 119 18.72 5/15 4 – 18 Leggett, J. D. .. .. .. .. Melb Univ 2005-06 149 154 16 3689 124 26.73 4 20 18 1 18.00 1/5 – – 46 *Green Kang 2016-17 13 16 2 184 41* 13.14 – – did not bowl 4 Total 162 170 18 3873 124 25.48 4 20 18 1 18.00 1/5 – – 50 Lidgett, J. G. .. .. .. .. Green Kang 2013-14 32 38 2 885 81 24.58 – 8 121 3 40.33 1/5 – – 7 *Essendon 2015-16 34 36 2 880 110 25.88 2 4 43 1 43.00 1/31 – – 9 Total 66 74 4 1765 110 25.21 2 12 164 4 41.00 1/5 – – 16 Loorham, J. D. B. .. .. Ringwood 2007-08 159 155 17 3191 102* 23.12 1 15 did not bowl 305/41 Lucas, J. R. C. .. .. .. . Green Kang 2016-17 2 3 3 7 5* – – – 70 3 23.33 3/45 – – 1 McCafferty, A. S. .. .. Carlton 2015-16 12 6 3 8 5 2.66 – – 444 19 23.36 4/39 – – 1 McCartney, C. C. J. .. King Haw 2016-17 1 2 0 14 8 7.00 – – did not bowl 0 McCormick, C. J. D. .. Frank Pen 2006-07 83 80 21 1282 70 21.72 – 4 2068 81 35.53 6/63 2 – 24 McDonald, B. G. .. .. Foot Edge 2006-07 9 11 2 168 93 18.66 – 1 27 1 27.00 1/6 – – 4 Richmond 2008-09 63 54 11 1116 101 25.95 1 5 2503 88 28.44 6/87 4 – 12 Melbourne 2012-13 61 56 19 1122 90* 30.32 – 4 2428 127 19.11 6/56 6 – 18 *Geelong 2016-17 14 15 2 456 72 35.07 – 3 829 31 26.74 6/42 2 – 8 Total 147 136 34 2862 101 28.05 1 13 5787 247 23.42 6/42 12 – 42 McDonald, J. .. .. .. .. Richmond 2010-11 13 11 2 149 53 16.55 – 1 did not bowl 11/2 *Geelong 2012-13 71 79 2 1304 105 16.93 1 3 56 0 – – – – 63/19 Total 84 90 4 1453 105 16.89 1 4 56 0 – – – – 74/21 McEwan, C. .. .. .. .. Mon Tigers 2016-17 4 4 4 14 7* – – – 226 5 45.20 2/47 – – 0 McGain, B. E. .. .. .. .. Frank Pen 1993-94 80 65 32 344 18* 10.42 – – 3366 97 34.70 6/63 3 – 27 *Prahran 2000-01 204 161 62 1918 78* 19.37 – 5 8485 436 19.46 6/6 18 – 78 Total 284 226 94 2262 78* 17.13 – 5 11851 533 22.23 6/6 21 – 105 McGillivray, W. J. .. .. Melbourne 2016-17 1 did not bat 73 2 36.50 2/73 – – 0 McGlinchey, D. .. .. .. Geelong 2011-12 35 32 8 243 57 10.12 – – 889 27 32.92 3/25 – – 7 McKay, C. J. .. .. .. .. Essendon 2002-03 131 116 9 2306 103 21.55 3 9 5330 253 21.06 6/20 5 – 43 McKenna, L. J. .. .. .. Carlton 2010-11 107 102 14 2651 117* 30.12 2 15 24 1 24.00 1/13 – – 47 McKenzie, J. .. .. .. .. Geelong 2016-17 3 3 1 16 16* 8.00 – – 108 2 54.00 1/33 – – 0 McMaster, A. M. .. .. Dandenong 2014-15 34 19 4 177 29* 11.80 – – 1514 62 24.41 5/60 1 – 7 McNally, N. M. .. .. .. Prahran 2013-14 64 62 13 1451 101* 29.61 1 7 1891 86 21.98 5/59 2 – 21 McNamara, J. P. .. .. .. Camb Mag 2003-04 183 139 44 2020 78* 21.26 – 8 6812 222 30.68 5/30 4 – 76 McNeil, J. L. .. .. .. .. Melb Univ 2015-16 33 38 5 963 113 29.18 1 5 did not bowl 12 Manders, L. .. .. .. .. Casey-SM 2016-17 12 14 0 422 159 30.14 1 2 11 0 – – – – 1 Manning, J. A. .. .. .. St Kilda 2011-12 70 72 5 1770 100 26.41 1 9 578 13 44.46 3/33 – – 28 Mash, L. R. .. .. .. .. .. Fitz-Donc 1999-00 221 224 29 7241 179* 37.13 10 45 145 3 48.33 1/9 – – 67 Massey, N. A. .. .. .. . Green Kang 2015-16 16 20 0 439 87 21.95 – 3 did not bowl 19/8 Matarazzo, D. J. .. .. . Mon Tigers 2007-08 90 82 12 1498 105* 21.40 1 8 1840 72 25.55 5/34 1 – 24 Maxwell, G. J. .. .. .. . Richmond 2005-06 10 10 0 212 80 21.20 – 1 126 1 126.00 1/24 – – 6 *Fitz-Donc 2007-08 68 67 8 2257 144 38.25 5 12 2788 113 24.67 6/63 3 – 41 Total 78 77 8 2469 144 35.78 5 13 2914 114 25.56 6/63 3 – 47 Mays, S. C. .. .. .. .. . Camb Mag 2016-17 4 7 0 45 18 6.42 – – did not bowl 2 Melville, B. J. .. .. .. .. Melbourne 2016-17 12 8 2 197 74* 32.83 – 2 342 13 26.30 4/59 – – 7 Merlo, J. A. .. .. .. .. . St Kilda 2016-17 12 11 2 129 52 14.33 – 1 340 13 26.15 3/19 – – 4 Mevissen, Z. F. .. .. .. Melbourne 2016-17 10 8 2 127 39* 21.16 – – 371 17 21.82 3/50 – – 5 Michelmore, H. M. .. St Kilda 2012-13 24 25 3 483 110* 21.95 1 2 did not bowl 12

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Miller, J. F. .. .. .. .. .. Frank Pen 1998-99 175 163 25 3274 141* 23.72 2 13 6876 337 20.40 6/24 11 – 70 Prahran 2013-14 34 35 3 872 148 27.25 1 4 1195 69 17.31 5/30 3 – 19 *King Haw 2015-16 33 36 6 830 122* 27.66 1 3 1248 68 18.35 6/62 1 – 10 Total 242 234 34 4976 148 24.88 4 20 9319 474 19.66 6/24 15 – 99 Miller, S. M. .. .. .. .. Prahran 2015-16 23 26 2 850 202* 35.41 1 4 127 5 25.40 2/5 – – 8 Mills, S. .. .. .. .. .. .. Mon Tigers 2015-16 10 8 6 102 34 51.00 – – 274 4 68.50 2/19 – – 2 Mire, S. F. .. .. .. .. .. Essendon 2012-13 39 44 3 1352 112 32.97 2 10 634 20 31.70 2/3 – – 14 *Northcote 2015-16 34 36 0 1112 122 30.88 3 5 471 16 29.43 3/13 – – 17 Total 73 80 3 2464 122 32.00 5 15 1105 36 30.69 3/13 – – 31 Mockett, J. R. .. .. .. . Frank Pen 2013-14 28 21 9 115 19* 9.58 – – 1145 43 26.62 6/20 1 – 7 Molloy, L. .. .. .. .. .. Essendon 2016-17 2 2 0 13 8 6.50 – – 55 1 55.00 1/43 – – 0 Moore, C. A. .. .. .. .. Fitz-Donc 2012-13 59 38 14 429 62 17.87 – 1 2091 83 25.19 5/44 1 – 9 Moroney, D. J. .. .. .. Geelong 2015-16 15 12 3 26 10 2.88 – – 588 18 32.66 3/24 – – 6 Morrey, N. P. .. .. .. . Prahran 2012-13 52 45 8 556 73 15.02 – 4 640 29 22.06 3/3 – – 11 Muirhead, J. M. .. .. . St Kilda 2011-12 80 61 15 823 53* 17.89 – 1 3349 142 23.58 7/26 4 – 21 Munday, J. L. .. .. .. . St Kilda 2014-15 23 18 5 195 31* 15.00 – – did not bowl 39/2 Munro, G. S. .. .. .. .. Northcote 2009-10 12 11 1 189 69* 18.90 – 1 did not bowl 4 *Foot Edge 2016-17 10 10 0 530 175 53.00 2 3 did not bowl 2 Total 22 21 1 719 175 35.95 2 4 did not bowl 6 Murphy, J. P. .. .. .. .. Camb Mag 2015-16 19 19 5 346 81* 24.71 – 2 did not bowl 9 Nandakumar, H. .. .. Essendon Nankervis, C. M. .. .. Essendon Nanopoulos, J. A. .. .. Dandenong Newman, E. J. .. .. .. Dandenong North, M. R. .. .. .. .. King Haw

2015-16 3 1 1 3 3* – – – 80 2 2014-15 27 26 5 324 41 15.42 – – 390 14 2005-06 165 162 15 3116 140 21.19 1 10 4607 210 2015-16 14 12 3 215 71* 23.88 – 1 2 0 2016-17 1 did not bat 68 1

O'Brien, S. G. .. .. .. .. *St Kilda 2005-06 64 Camb Mag 2012-13 54 Total 118 O'Donnell, T. J. .. .. .. Essendon 2015-16 13 O'Sullivan, E. .. .. .. .. Carlton 2016-17 2 O'Sullivan, M. M. .. .. Foot Edge 2009-10 6 North Melb 2010-11 40 *Northcote 2013-14 26 Total 72 O'Toole, J. A. .. .. .. .. St Kilda 2016-17 1

27 14 33 10 60 24 9 7 1 1 5 1 43 3 23 6 71 10 1 0

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Padmanabhan, K. .. .. Mon Tigers Parker, G. S. .. .. .. .. Camb Mag Parkinson, C. F. .. .. .. Dandenong Parsons, B. A. .. .. .. . Prahran Pattinson, J. L. .. .. .. . Dandenong Paynter, J. W. .. .. .. .. Melbourne Pearson, R. A. .. .. .. . King Haw Pell, D. A. .. .. .. .. .. Carlton Perera, N. R. .. .. .. .. Essendon Perry, M. .. .. .. .. .. . Mon Tigers Persson-Clark, M. A. .. Camb Mag Petricola, P. A. .. .. .. .. Melbourne Pettini, M. L. .. .. .. .. Geelong Phelan, M. C. .. .. .. . Carlton Pollock, D. J. .. .. .. .. Casey-SM Powell, S. M. .. .. .. .. St Kilda Powick, J. D. .. .. .. .. Northcote Prathap Kumar, R. .. . King Haw Pucovski, W. J. .. .. .. Melbourne

2015-16 4 3 0 13 8 4.33 – – 94 4 23.50 3/29 – – 1 2006-07 143 138 27 2618 105* 23.58 1 13 93 2 46.50 1/10 – – 113/14 2016-17 13 9 1 312 72 39.00 – 4 400 10 40.00 2/7 – – 5 2015-16 10 4 2 35 11* 17.50 – – 359 7 51.28 2/22 – – 4 2006-07 69 60 16 1541 137 35.02 2 9 1414 73 19.36 6/43 2 – 26 2011-12 37 18 5 145 29 11.15 – – 626 28 22.35 5/24 1 – 8 2015-16 21 24 0 429 73 17.87 – 3 3 0 – – – – 12 2013-14 50 54 5 1290 94 26.32 – 9 147 5 29.40 1/1 – – 23 2012-13 65 55 9 817 96 17.76 – 2 2161 69 31.31 8/31 1 – 16 2016-17 11 9 1 84 32 10.50 – – 440 20 22.00 5/21 2 – 4 2013-14 38 40 0 858 81 21.45 – 4 3 0 – – – – 12 2003-04 107 102 17 2129 99 25.04 – 10 247 0 – – – – 24 2016-17 2 2 0 114 75 57.00 – 1 did not bowl 0 2012-13 67 68 3 1862 112* 28.64 2 12 8 0 – – – – 17 2014-15 39 44 6 1016 104 26.73 1 3 did not bowl 73/9 2016-17 2 2 2 6 6* – – – 72 0 – – – – 1 2012-13 57 60 1 902 104* 15.28 1 1 did not bowl 16 2016-17 9 11 0 144 33 13.09 – – did not bowl 3 2014-15 19 15 7 579 165 72.37 2 1 did not bowl 5

Quiney, R. J. .. .. .. .. St Kilda Quirk, R. .. .. .. .. .. . Dandenong

2001-02 156 145 25 4545 224 37.87 10 17 2016-17 4 3 1 32 18 16.00 – –

Reed, J. K. .. .. .. .. .. Geelong 2010-11 57 31 6 Reid, M. .. .. .. .. .. . Geelong 2014-15 7 9 1 Reid, S. J. .. .. .. .. .. Essendon 2007-08 68 46 12 *Melb Univ 2013-14 61 54 11 Total 129 100 23

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252 47 10.08 227 60 28.37 316 50* 9.29 616 64 14.32 932 64 12.10

– – – – –

– 1 1 2 3

1560 52 30.00 4/7 29 0 – –

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65 0

2006 109 18.40 7/39 1 1 1.00 1/1 2659 87 30.56 6/78 2602 104 25.01 5/16 5261 191 27.54 6/78

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Runs Wkts Avge Best 5wi 10wm Ct /St

Rhodes, J. .. .. .. .. .. Essendon 2012-13 7 8 1 110 40 15.71 – – 41 2 20.50 2/22 – – 3 *Green Kang 2015-16 29 33 4 417 49 14.37 – – 342 10 34.20 2/20 – – 12 Total 36 41 5 527 49 14.63 – – 383 12 31.91 2/20 – – 15 Rhys-Jones, D. .. .. .. King Haw 2016-17 1 1 0 2 2 2.00 – – did not bowl 1 Rickarby, T. B. .. .. .. .. Richmond 2004-05 15 11 0 147 57 13.36 – 1 15 0 – – – – 1 *Camb Mag 2009-10 95 101 11 2863 128* 31.81 2 20 83 1 83.00 1/6 – – 43 Total 110 112 11 3010 128* 29.80 2 21 98 1 98.00 1/6 – – 44 Rogers, T. .. .. .. .. .. Melb Univ 2015-16 22 27 2 538 63 21.52 – 3 3 0 – – – – 9 Rogneda, M. T. .. .. .. Northcote 2016-17 10 4 2 33 31* 16.50 – – 392 14 28.00 4/57 – – 5 Rolfs, B. T. .. .. .. .. .. Melb Univ 2016-17 2 2 1 61 36* 61.00 – – 62 1 62.00 1/51 – – 1 Roosenboom, B. .. .. Foot Edge 2016-17 1 did not bat 29 0 – – – – 0 Rose, B. A. .. .. .. .. .. Casey-SM 2012-13 52 45 10 368 30 10.51 – – 1703 76 22.40 537 3 – 6 Rosendale, M. P. .. .. Prahran 2007-08 7 10 2 113 68 14.12 – 1 did not bowl 2 *Green Kang 2016-17 14 16 1 289 84 19.26 – 2 13 0 – – – – 5 Total 21 26 3 402 84 17.47 – 3 13 0 – – – – 7 Rosewarne, J. R. H. .. Green Kang 2014-15 36 36 10 364 48 14.00 – – 1347 37 36.40 5/58 1 – 13 Ross, N. J. .. .. .. .. .. Carlton 2008-09 116 115 22 2737 134 29.43 4 12 33 0 – – – – 49 Rowe, P. J. .. .. .. .. .. Melbourne 2016-17 1 did not bat did not bowl 1 Rowles, B. T. .. .. .. .. Camb Mag 2013-14 22 26 2 467 61 19.45 – 2 did not bowl 10 Rudd, J. W. .. .. .. .. . Fitz-Donc 2012-13 33 29 5 343 59 14.29 – 1 510 17 30.00 3/18 – – 19 Rushton, J. C. .. .. .. . Ringwood 2014-15 50 47 4 689 105 16.02 1 1 287 6 47.83 2/6 – – 15 Russ, D. J. .. .. .. .. .. . Foot Edge 2004-05 212 221 19 6390 184 31.63 11 33 614 21 29.23 5/45 1 – 243/16 Russ, T. V. .. .. .. .. .. Camb Mag 2011-12 92 98 10 2104 122 23.90 2 11 2724 92 29.60 6/41 1 – 50 Rutland, C. .. .. .. .. . Essendon 2016-17 3 4 0 18 8 4.50 – – 19 0 – – – – 1 Salerni, R. S. .. .. .. .. Frank Pen 2011-12 50 49 4 488 52 10.84 – 1 did not bowl 46/8 Sandy, L. .. .. .. .. .. Green Kang 2014-15 6 8 2 75 35 12.50 – – did not bowl 1 Sartori, D. J. .. .. .. .. Mon Tigers 2006-07 157 152 14 3782 116 27.40 4 21 49 0 – – – – 86 Scammell, L. D. P. .. .. Northcote 2013-14 49 50 8 778 100* 18.52 1 2 1294 55 23.52 5/33 1 – 16 *Melb Univ 2016-17 14 15 1 250 59 17.85 – 1 405 15 27.00 3/25 – – 3 Total 63 65 9 1028 100* 18.35 1 3 1699 70 24.27 5/33 1 – 19 Seneviratne, G. E. .. .. Haw-Mon U 2014-15 3 2 0 36 22 18.00 – – 50 1 50.00 1/19 – – 1 *Carlton 2015-16 8 5 2 35 12 11.66 – – 344 5 68.80 1/31 – – 4 Total 11 7 2 71 22 14.20 – – 394 6 65.66 1/19 – – 5 Serry, J. A. .. .. .. .. .. Prahran 2013-14 27 23 4 498 65* 26.21 – 3 did not bowl 9 Seymour, S. P. .. .. .. . Prahran 2003-04 187 183 20 3615 160* 22.17 6 15 6267 219 28.61 7/44 5 – 70 Sheehan, T. V. .. .. .. . Fitz-Donc 2002-03 204 219 27 5547 107 28.89 4 36 1162 33 35.21 2/6 – – 137 Shellie, A. .. .. .. .. .. Essendon 2013-14 69 75 2 1766 97 24.19 – 10 589 23 25.60 3/37 – – 31 Sheppard, J. W. .. .. .. *Foot Edge 2009-10 22 12 4 102 35 12.75 – – 551 12 45.91 2/15 – – 6 Geelong 2012-13 23 19 4 168 43* 11.20 – – 715 28 25.53 4/48 – – 8 Total 45 31 8 270 43* 11.73 – – 1266 40 31.65 4/48 – – 14 Shimell, M. M. .. .. .. Richmond 2010-11 67 35 13 202 22* 9.18 – – 2594 132 19.65 8/69 3 – 16 Short, M. W. .. .. .. .. Northcote 2012-13 41 47 1 1014 176 22.04 1 4 1181 46 25.67 4/60 – – 18 Shute, W. G. .. .. .. .. Camb Mag 2008-09 4 4 0 53 41 13.25 – – did not bowl 0 *Melb Univ 2010-11 41 45 4 852 93* 20.75 – 4 did not bowl 14 Total 45 49 4 905 93* 20.11 – 4 did not bowl 14 Siddle, P. M. .. .. .. .. Dandenong 2001-02 81 51 16 333 71 9.51 – 1 3169 166 19.09 6/33 3 – 19 Sidebottom, R. N. .. .. Carlton 2010-11 77 44 19 307 41 12.28 – – 2958 165 17.92 6/34 5 1 22 Simpson, M. G. .. .. .. Richmond 2000-01 58 52 8 727 145* 16.52 1 2 1671 69 24.21 5/45 1 – 12 *Melb Univ 2008-09 116 118 18 2512 103 25.12 1 15 1557 54 28.83 5/32 2 – 43 Total 174 170 26 3239 145* 22.49 2 17 3228 123 26.24 5/32 3 – 55 Singh, S. S. .. .. .. .. . Prahran 2010-11 57 43 13 554 56 18.46 – 1 1894 71 26.67 5/38 2 – 10 *Camb Mag 2015-16 15 8 2 62 26 10.33 – – 519 19 27.31 3/26 – – 3 Total 72 51 15 616 56 17.11 – 1 2413 90 26.81 5/38 2 – 13 Slater, B. T. .. .. .. .. . King Haw 2016-17 15 17 1 478 105 29.87 1 2 9 0 – – – – 4 Smillie, A. J. .. .. .. .. Green Kang 2014-15 48 44 10 328 34 9.64 – – 1979 75 26.38 6/80 1 – 11 Smith, B. T. .. .. .. .. . Northcote 2015-16 16 10 4 61 25 10.16 – – 536 14 38.28 6/25 1 – 5 Smith, P. J. M. .. .. .. Melbourne 2009-10 100 44 9 272 30 7.77 – – 3972 165 24.07 6/20 4 – 20 Smith, T. P. .. .. .. .. . Geelong 2015-16 14 7 2 6 2 1.20 – – 534 14 38.14 4/17 – – 2 Smyth, H. J. .. .. .. .. Carlton 2015-16 31 32 6 836 112* 32.15 1 5 91 1 91.00 1/12 – – 4 Smyth, T. J. .. .. .. .. . Carlton 2009-10 134 128 25 3219 178 31.25 5 16 4404 154 28.59 5/11 2 – 51 Spaull, K. P. D. .. .. .. Green Kang 2016-17 2 2 0 15 15 7.50 – – did not bowl 0 Sperling, L. J. .. .. .. .. Casey-SM 2012-13 70 72 5 1474 86 22.00 – 8 1178 29 40.62 3/27 – – 30 Stafford, M. W. .. .. .. Melb Univ 2010-11 82 51 24 365 24 13.51 – – 3256 138 23.59 6/44 3 – 18 Stanton, T. .. .. .. .. .. Dandenong 2014-15 20 18 1 235 49 13.82 – – 297 3 99.00 1/4 – – 4 Stepien, B. .. .. .. .. .. Carlton 2016-17 2 2 1 28 25* 28.00 – – did not bowl 1 Stevenson, C. A. H. .. Carlton 2012-13 39 30 9 444 46* 21.14 – – 1474 61 24.16 4/22 – – 6 Stoinis, M. P. .. .. .. .. Northcote 2011-12 47 51 5 2063 168 44.84 7 9 1367 58 23.56 5/40 2 – 12

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Club Debut Sturrock, S. A. .. .. .. Melbourne Sundberg, J. T. .. .. .. Northcote Suriaratchie, K. S. .. .. Casey-SM Sutherland, W. J. .. .. Prahran Sweeney, P. .. .. .. .. Dandenong Symons, B. J. .. .. .. .. Frank Pen

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67 35 402 32* 12.56 63 16 1111 87* 23.63 18 0 516 106 28.66 4 0 93 61 23.25 75 12 998 76 15.84 11 1 252 65 25.20

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Runs Wkts Avge Best 5wi 10wm Ct /St

– 4611 154 29.94 5/41 7 1241 39 31.82 3/17 4 200 2 100.00 2/35 1 43 1 43.00 1/28 5 1202 30 40.06 4/39 2 296 10 29.60 3/30

1 – 37 – – 24 – – 7 – – 1 – – 30 – – 0

Tantsis-Hall, D. .. .. .. Essendon 2016-17 2 2 0 30 18 15.00 – – did not bowl 1 Taylor, S. J. .. .. .. .. .. Mon Tigers 1996-97 248 246 47 6096 120 30.63 7 29 4257 126 33.78 4/39 – – 94 Taylor, S. L. .. .. .. .. . Northcote 2010-11 92 99 6 2403 137 25.83 3 13 2088 77 27.11 4/24 – – 44 Terry, S. P. .. .. .. .. .. Mon Tigers 2015-16 32 35 1 775 104 22.79 1 4 137 5 27.40 3/24 – – 13 Thewlis, C. M. .. .. .. Camb Mag 2009-10 44 46 5 909 135 22.17 1 6 247 8 30.87 2/19 – – 17 Thompson, B. R. .. .. Melbourne 2014-15 24 24 3 740 101 35.23 1 6 6 0 – – – – 12 Thulborn, L. .. .. .. .. Geelong 2016-17 7 6 1 16 12* 3.20 – – 329 8 41.12 4/81 – – 0 Tidyman, J. .. .. .. .. . Foot Edge 2015-16 6 5 1 71 45* 17.75 – – 11 1 11.00 1/11 – – 1 Tonkin, L. G. K. .. .. .. Haw-Mon U 2011-12 20 27 1 432 65 16.61 – 1 did not bowl 8 *Frank Pen 2013-14 19 23 1 436 94 19.81 – 2 did not bowl 12/1 Total 39 50 2 868 94 18.08 – 3 did not bowl 20/1 Toohey, J. W. .. .. .. .. Ringwood 2016-17 3 2 0 10 6 5.00 – – 48 1 48.00 1/18 – – 1 Topp, M. D. .. .. .. .. Ringwood 2010-11 96 49 28 238 22* 11.33 – – 2844 153 18.58 6/20 2 – 21 Treble, T. R. .. .. .. .. . Geelong 2014-15 32 36 1 681 85 19.45 – 3 75 3 25.00 2/32 – – 9 Tremain, C. P. .. .. .. . Melbourne 2014-15 13 8 2 54 22* 9.00 – – 556 30 18.53 5/54 1 – 0 Triffitt, T. I. F. .. .. .. .. St Kilda 2016-17 2 2 0 35 28 17.50 – – did not bowl 0 Trueman, G. T. .. .. .. .. Frank Pen 2007-08 16 15 1 142 45* 10.14 – – 333 5 66.60 2/31 – – 3 Tudor, T. .. .. .. .. .. . Melb Univ 2012-13 19 19 2 231 35 13.58 – – 14 2 7.00 2/14 – – 5 Turner, P. .. .. .. .. .. Dandenong 2016-17 4 2 2 25 15* – – – 157 6 26.16 3/28 – – 1 Underwood, M.

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2015-16 24

26

1

603 133 24.12

1

1 did not bowl

Vardi, N. .. .. .. .. .. . Fitz-Donc Vines, E. M. .. .. .. .. Geelong

2009-10 88 2013-14 60

85 67

8 1822 171* 23.66 2 5 9 2493 132* 42.98 7 16

105 34

1 105.00 1/5 0 – –

– – – –

Wade, M. S. .. .. .. .. Camb Mag 2007-08 24 25 2 871 155 37.86 2 5 12 0 – – – – Casey-SM 2009-10 11 9 0 412 84 45.77 – 6 52 2 26.00 1/5 – – *Frank Pen 2015-16 1 1 0 46 46 46.00 – – 4 1 4.00 1/4 – – Total 36 35 2 1329 155 40.27 2 11 68 3 22.66 1/4 – – Walker, L. .. .. .. .. .. . Frank Pen 2000-01 229 239 46 6974 135* 36.13 6 45 1466 38 38.57 4/36 – – Walker, W. G. .. .. .. .. Camb Mag 2011-12 101 55 26 156 21* 5.37 – – 3742 157 23.83 6/45 5 – Wallace, M. T. .. .. .. . St Kilda 2011-12 1 1 0 10 10 10.00 – – 32 1 32.00 1/32 – – *Casey-SM 2012-13 40 46 6 855 95 21.37 – 1 308 3 102.66 1/7 – – Total 41 47 6 865 95 21.09 – – 340 4 85.00 1/7 – – Walsh, B. T. .. .. .. .. .. Ringwood 2005-06 151 126 35 1608 86 17.67 – 4 3501 129 27.13 5/45 2 – Waring, T. G. .. .. .. .. Green Kang 2012-13 41 33 16 89 13* 5.23 – – 1474 57 25.85 4/25 – – Waterfall, G. R. .. .. .. Frank Pen 2015-16 8 12 1 243 91 22.09 – 2 4 1 4.00 1/4 – – Waters, J. .. .. .. .. .. Mon Tigers 2015-16 9 8 1 69 36 9.85 – – 46 0 – – – – Wetering, M. D. .. .. . Dandenong 2016-17 2 did not bat 74 2 37.00 2/37 – – White, C. L. .. .. .. .. .. Dandenong 1999-00 50 50 5 1293 135 28.73 2 8 1873 82 22.84 7/132 4 – Mon Tigers 2005-06 48 46 7 1969 229* 50.48 3 12 1035 45 23.00 5/13 2 – *Melbourne 2016-17 1 did not bat did not bowl Total 99 96 12 3262 229* 38.83 5 20 2908 127 22.89 7/132 6 – White, J. E. .. .. .. .. .. Fitz-Donc 2015-16 2 1 1 0 0* – – – 60 1 60.00 1/15 – – Whittaker, M. J. .. .. .. Camb Mag 2013-14 43 28 8 158 30 7.90 – – 1502 79 19.01 4/19 – – Wijayakumara, A. .. .. Casey-SM 2015-16 11 12 0 105 39 8.75 – – did not bowl Wilcox, M. B. .. .. .. .. Prahran 2012-13 64 46 12 507 71* 14.91 – 1 2088 104 20.07 6/28 4 – Willett, I. .. .. .. .. .. . Essendon 2015-16 27 27 3 475 83 19.79 – 2 did not bowl Winter-Irving, H. R. .. Foot Edge 2011-12 91 65 19 829 59 18.02 – 2 2600 128 20.31 5/23 3 – Wise, A. B. .. .. .. .. .. Mon Tigers 1996-97 286 161 65 856 43* 8.91 – – 9832 541 18.17 7/29 12 – Wood, J. G. .. .. .. .. Frank Pen 2012-13 38 27 5 136 15 6.18 – – 1494 58 25.75 5/30 1 – Woodman, S. .. .. .. . Carlton 2016-17 4 4 3 161 107* 161.00 1 – 193 8 24.12 3/80 – – Worsnop, M. L. .. .. .. King Haw 2015-16 18 12 7 151 49* 30.20 – – 563 22 25.59 6/28 1 – Wyatt, J. N. .. .. .. .. . Casey-SM 2012-13 38 41 5 663 92 18.41 – 4 53 2 26.50 1/0 – –

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TABLE OF CONTENTS RULES OF PREMIER CRICKET RULE 1 APPLICATION OF LAWS AND RULES

76

1.1

LAWS OF CRICKET

76

1.2

PREMIER CRICKET MANAGEMENT TEAM POWERS AND EMERGENCY RULINGS

76

RULE 2 PROGRAMS OF MATCHES

76

2.1

DETERMINATION OF PROGRAMS

76

2.2

VARIATION TO PROGRAM

76

RULE 3 MATCH VENUES - NOMINATION APPROVAL AND AVAILABILITY

76

3.1

NOMINATION AND APPROVAL OF VENUES

76

3.2

AVAILABILITY OF VENUES

76

3.3

CHANGING NOMINATED VENUES

77

3.4

APPROVAL TO CHANGE VENUES

77 77

3.5

REFUSAL OF APPROVAL TO CHANGE VENUES

3.6

NON-AVAILABILITY OF GROUND - ACCEPTABLE REASONS

77

3.7

FAILURE TO MEET ENGAGEMENT OR TO HAVE GROUND FIT

77 77

3.8

USE OF GROUND OTHER THAN FOR SCHEDULED MATCHES

3.9

DETERMINATION OF SEASONS

78

3.10

WEEKLY GROUND AND PITCH REPORT - SEPTEMBER

78

RULE 4 POINTS AND TEAM RANKINGS

78

4.1

ALLOCATION OF MATCH POINTS (PREMIERSHIP SERIES)

78

4.2

CRICKET VICTORIA PREMIER SERIES RANKINGS: TEAM AVERAGES

78

4.3

PREMIER MEN’S ONE-DAY & T20 (WHITE-BALL) PROGRAM RANKINGS

79

4.4

PREMIER WOMENS TWENTY20 PROGRAM RANKINGS

79

RULE 5 PROGRAMS FOR FINALS ROUNDS

79

5.1

MEN'S FINALS

79

5.2

MEN’S WHITE-BALL FINALS

80

5.3

WOMEN’S FINALS

80

5.4

FINALS VENUES

80

5.5

PRESENTATION TO PREMIERSHIP WINNERS

80

RULE 6 CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP (MEN’S ONLY)

80

6.1

WEIGHTING OF PREMIERSHIP POINTS

80

6.2

DETERMINING THE WINNER

80

RULE 7 ELIGIBILITY AND TRANSFERS OF PLAYERS

81

7.1

QUALIFICATION OF PLAYERS

81

7.2

TRANSFER TO LOWER XI (MEN’S)

81 81

7.3

ELIGIBILITY FOR FINAL SERIES

7.4

REPRESENTATIVE PLAYER REPLACEMENT

82

7.5

TRANSFERS TO AND FROM CV PREMIER CLUBS

83

7.6

PROCESSING CLEARANCE APPLICATIONS

84

7.7

PENALTY FOR PLAYING INELIGIBLE PLAYER

84

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RULE 8 PLAYER POINTS CAP – MEN’S 1 ST XI

85

8.1

CATEGORIES AND POINTS ALLOTMENT

85

8.2

CATEGORIES AND POINTS TABLE

85

8.3

DEFINITIONS

85

8.4

RULES

86

8.5

ACTION BY CLUBS

86

RULE 9 WOMEN’S PROFESSIONAL PLAYERS

86

RULE 10 INVESTIGATIONS, DISPUTES/PROTESTS, CONTRIVED RESULTS, APPEALS

86

10.1

PREMIER CRICKET INVESTIGATIONS 86

10.2

DISPUTES/PROTESTS

87

10.3

CONTRIVED RESULTS

87

10.4

APPEALS AGAINST PCMT DECISIONS 87

RULE 11 CONDUCT: CLUB PLAYERS, OFFICIALS, MEMBERS AND EMPLOYEES

87

11.1

SERIOUS MISBEHAVIOUR AND BRINGING THE GAME OF CRICKET INTO DISREPUTE

87

11.2

MINOR MISBEHAVIOUR

89

11.3

BREACHES OF LAWS OF CRICKET

90

11.4

INELIGIBILITY FOR AWARDS

91

RULE 12 INSTRUCTIONS TO CLUBS

91

12.1

REPORTS OF GROUND CONDITIONS, MATCH RESULTS AND PLAYER AVERAGES

91

12.2

UMPIRES: APPOINTMENT AND PAYMENT OF FEES

91

12.3

CAPTAINS’ REPORT ON UMPIRE PERFORMANCE AND APPRAISAL OF CONDITIONS

91

12.4

NON-COMPLIANCE WITH REQUIREMENTS

91

12.5

AMENDMENT OR REPEAL OF CV PENNANT RULES

91

RULE 13 GROUND AND PITCH PREPARATION AND MAINTENANCE

92

13.1

PREPARATION

92

13.2

MAINTENANCE OF PITCH DURING PLAY

92

13.3

MATCHES ON CONSECUTIVE DAYS

92

13.4

CHANGING OR RE-USING PITCH DURING MATCH

92

13.5

USE OF COVERS

92

RULE 14 FITNESS FOR PLAY AND EXCEPTIONAL CIRCUMSTANCES

93

14.1

DETERMINING FITNESS FOR PLAY

93

14.2

FITNESS OF GROUND

93

RULE 15 GENERAL PROVISIONS

94

15.1

NOMINATION OF TEAM, THE TOSS, PLAYER PARTICIPATION

94

15.2

WICKET KEEPTER, FIELDER & BATSMENS HELMETS

94 95

15.3

DELAY IN START OR CONTINUATION OF PLAY

15.4

INSUFFICIENT PLAYERS: FORFEITURE OF MATCH

95

15.5

UMPIRES’ MATCH REPORT

95

15.6

LATE START OF MATCHES

95

15.7

BOUNDARIES & SIGHTSCREENS

95

15.8

BALLS

95

15.9

THE MATCH BALL - CHANGING ITS CONDITIONS

96 96

15.10

UNAUTHORISED PERSON HANDLING BALL WITHIN THE FIELD OF PLAY

15.11

UMPIRES UNAVAILABLE/INCAPACITATED

96

15.12

UNDERAGE PLAYERS - OVERS LIMIT FOR BOWLERS OF MEDIUM AND FAST PACE

97

15.13

COUNTING OF OVER BOWLED IN PARTS

98

15.14

COLOURED CLOTHING IN LIMITED OVER GAMES

98

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RULE 16 OVER RATES

98

16.1

MINIMUM OVERS REQUIREMENT

98

16.2

PENALTIES: PROGRAMMED SERIES MATCHES

98

16.3

PENALTIES: FINALS SERIES MATCHES

99

RULE 17 TWO-DAY MATCHES

99

17.1

APPLICATION

99

17.2

HOURS OF PLAY AND INTERVALS

99

17.3

PLAYING CONDITIONS

100

17.4

RESULTS OF MATCHES

101

17.5

CANCELLATION OF FIRST DAY’S PLAY

102

17.6

FAST SHORT-PITCHED DELIVERIES LIMIT

102

17.7

DANGEROUS AND UNFAIR BOWLING

102

17.8

MAXIMUM OVERS FOR UNDER-AGE BOWLERS OF MEDIUM AND FAST PACE

102

RULE 18 ONE-DAY MATCHES

102

18.1

APPLICATION

102

18.2

HOURS OF PLAY AND INTERVAL

103

18.3

COMPULSORY CLOSURE: LENGTH OF INNINGS

103

18.4

ENDING OF SECOND SIDE’S INNINGS AND MATCH

104

18.5

DECLARATIONS

104

18.6

RESULTS OF MATCHES

104

18.7

OVER LIMITS FOR BOWLERS

105

18.8

INNER FIELD RESTRICTION AREAS

105

18.9

FIELDING RESTRICTIONS AND POWERPLAYS

105

18.10

NO BALL

108

18.11

WIDE BALL

109

18.12

NOTIFICATION TO CAPTAINS

109

18.13

MAXIMUM OVERS FOR UNDER-AGE BOWLERS OF MEDIUM AND FAST PACE

109

18.14

CLOTHING

109

18.15

SIGHTSCREENS

109

18.16

BOUNDARIES – WOMEN’S MATCHES

109

RULE 19 CRICKET VICTORIA PREMIER FINALS MATCHES

110

19.1

HOURS OF PLAY AND INTERVALS

110

19.2

PLAYING CONDITIONS

110

19.3

RESULTS OF MATCHES

110

RULE 20 TWENTY20 MATCHES

111

20.1

PLAYING CONDITIONS

111

20.2

DURATION OF MATCH AND NOMINATION OF TEAMS

111

20.3

HOURS OF PLAY AND INTERVALS

111

20.4

LENGTH OF INNINGS

111

20.5

OVER LIMITS FOR BOWLERS

112

20.6

THE BALL

112

20.7

THE RESULT

112

20.8

FIELDING RESTRICTIONS

113

20.9

DECLARATIONS

113

20.10

NO BALL AND WIDE

113

20.11

LAW 31 – TIMED OUT

113

20.12

SIGHTSCREENS

113

20.13

BOUNDARIES – WOMEN’S MATCHES

113

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PREAMBLE:

GLOSSARY OF TERMS:

Except where specifically stated otherwise, every provision of these Rules is to be read as applying equally to women as to men. Unless otherwise stated, Women’s 1st XI shall conform to the requirements of Men’s 1st and 2nd XI Rules and Women’s Premier Reserves and 2nd XI shall conform to Men’s 3rd and 4th XI Rules.

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Victorian Cricket Association, trading as Cricket Victoria Chief Executive Officer of Cricket Victoria Premier Cricket Management Team Victorian Metropolitan Cricket Union Victorian Country Cricket League

RULE 1 APPLICATION OF LAWS AND RULES 1.1 LAWS OF CRICKET The Laws of Cricket (2017 Code) shall apply to all matches, except as hereinafter modified. 1.2 PREMIER CRICKET MANAGEMENT TEAM POWERS AND EMERGENCY RULINGS 1.2.1

The Premier Cricket Management Team (PCMT) shall have the power to take any action deemed appropriate against a club or player breaking a CV Rule or a Law of Cricket.

1.2.2

Subject to the Articles and By-Laws of CV, the PCMT shall have the power to decide all questions arising out of CV matches not provided for in these Rules.

RULE 2 PROGRAMS OF MATCHES 2.1 DETERMINATION OF PROGRAMS The Premier clubs shall compete in programs as arranged by the Board of CV and approved by CV Delegates prior to the commencement of the season. 2.2 VARIATION TO PROGRAM Subject to the approval of the CV Board, the PCMT may, if necessary, alter the program in respect of dates or grounds on which any of the matches shall be played. RULE 3 MATCH VENUES - NOMINATION APPROVAL AND AVAILABILITY 3.1 NOMINATION AND APPROVAL OF VENUES 3.1.1

Prior to the Annual General Meeting of CV in each season each club shall nominate, for the coming season, the ground to be the home venue for: (a) 1st and 2nd XI matches (b) 3rd and 4th XI matches (c) Women’s 1st Premier Reserves and 2nd XI matches

3.1.2

Such grounds shall be subject to the approval of the PCMT.

3.2 AVAILABILITY OF VENUES 3.2.1

Men’s 1st and 2nd XI grounds Nominated grounds approved by the PCMT for 1st and 2nd XI matches shall be available for all matches scheduled by the CV Board in respect to or in connection with: (a) the Premier competition; (b) all CV Pathway Competition matches; (c) matches scheduled by the CV Board in connection with - the VMCU Inter-association Competition; - the VCCL Country Week Competition; and (d) such other competitions as the CV Board determines.

3.2.2

Men’s 3rd and 4th XI grounds and Women’s 1st , Premier Reserves and 2nd XI grounds Nominated grounds approved by the PCMT for 3rd and 4th XI matches shall be available for all matches scheduled by the CV Board for the CV Premier and CV Pathway competitions.

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3.3 CHANGING NOMINATED VENUES 3.3.1

The grounds nominated pursuant to 3.1.1(a) and approved pursuant to 3.1.2 shall not be changed without approval of the PCMT.

3.3.2

Any application to change the nominated venue for any scheduled match shall be lodged in writing with the PCMT not less than one week prior to the first date for which approval is sought.

3.3.3

Any such application must nominate an alternative venue for the dates the ground will be unavailable and the reason for the ground being unavailable on those dates.

3.3.4

The PCMT shall have no obligation to consider any application received within one week of the date for which approval is sought.

3.4 APPROVAL TO CHANGE VENUES 3.4.1

The PCMT shall have an absolute discretion as to whether or not to approve an application brought under 3.3.

3.4.2

In exercising its discretion the PCMT shall be entitled to take into account the suitability of the pro posed alternative venue and the policy of CV regarding the use of nominated grounds during the cricket season for purposes other than the playing of cricket.

3.4.3

Notwithstanding the approval of any application made under 3.3, a club changing its nominated venue may be fined a sum to be determined by the PCMT.

3.5 REFUSAL OF APPROVAL TO CHANGE VENUES. Should approval sought by a club not be granted by the PCMT and the ground subsequently not be available for the playing of any match scheduled by the CV Board in accordance with these Rules, the club shall be in breach of these Rules and subject to the following penalties (which are cumulative with any penalties which may be imposed by CV pursuant to its Articles of Association or its By-Laws): (a) the club may be fined a sum to be determined by the PCMT for each day on which the ground is scheduled for use for the playing of a match or matches and during which the ground is not available for such use; and (b) the PCMT shall have the power to award points to the opposing club. 3.6 NON-AVAILABILITY OF GROUND - ACCEPTABLE REASONS A club shall not be in breach of the Rules by reason of its nominated and approved ground not being available if, but only if: (a) the weather is such that even with the use of covers the ground has been rendered unfit for play; or (b) the PCMT has, pursuant to 3.8, given approval for the ground not to be available. 3.7 FAILURE TO MEET ENGAGEMENT OR TO HAVE GROUND FIT Any club failing to meet its engagement or, with due regard to the weather, to have its ground, or a PCMT approved alternative ground, in a proper condition for play, shall be fined an amount determined by CV. Should the PCMT not accept the reasons given for the default it may also award points to the opposing club. 3.8 USE OF GROUND OTHER THAN FOR SCHEDULED MATCHES 3.8.1

If a club wishes to make its ground or grounds available for a use other than the playing of scheduled cricket matches on a day or days during which a match or matches are scheduled for its grounds, the club must make a written application to the PCMT not less than four weeks prior to the relevant date to obtain approval for such use.

3.8.2

If the application is made less than four weeks prior to the relevant date the PCMT shall be under no obligation to consider the application later.

3.8.3

The PCMT shall have an absolute discretion as to whether or not to approve the proposed use of the ground. In exercising its discretion the PCMT shall be entitled to take into account the policy of CV regarding the use of grounds during the cricket season for uses other than the playing of cricket.

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3.9 DETERMINATION OF SEASONS Any club that wishes to allow the use of either of its ovals in contravention of the Determination of Seasons must obtain the written permission of the PCMT. 3.10 WEEKLY GROUND AND PITCH REPORT - SEPTEMBER During the month of September each club must report to CV on a weekly basis, on the condition of the ground and pitch on both of its ovals and on the progress being made to have them ready for play on the first Saturday in October. RULE 4 POINTS AND TEAM RANKINGS 4.1 ALLOCATION OF MATCH POINTS (PREMIERSHIP SERIES) 4.1.1

Two-Day Matches (RULE 17) Result Points Win outright and first innings lead 10 Win outright and first innings tie 8 Win outright and behind on first innings 6 Win on first innings - no further points result 6 Tie outright - each team 5 Tie on first innings - no further points result 3 Tie on first innings with outright loss 2 Loss outright after first innings lead 4

4.1.2

One-Day Matches (RULE 18) Result

Points

Win 4 Tie or No Result 2 Loss 0 Bonus point (See notes 1 below) (i) The team that achieves a run rate of 1.25 times that of the opposition shall be awarded one bonus point i.e. the team shall receive a total of 5 points (4 points for win, 1 bonus point). (ii) A team’s run rate will be calculated by reference to the runs scored in an innings divided by the number of overs faced. However, if a side is bowled out before receiving its overs entitlement under 18.3, its run rate shall be the runs scored divided by the overs entitlement. (iii) Where matches are shortened and targets revised using the par score, bonus run-rates and defensive targets are derived as a function of the revised target score (less one run) and maximum overs. (iv) For the team batting second to gain a bonus point the victory must be achieved by the completion of no more than 80% of the number of balls available to the side batting second. i.e. in a 50 over (300 ball) match by the end of the 40th over (240 legal deliveries) or in a reduced overs match the total number of balls set the calculation above. 4.1.3

Twenty20 Matches (RULE 20)

Result Points Win 4 Tie 2 No Result or Loss 0 4.1.4

Penalty Points Deduction Premiership Series points gained under 4.1.1, 4.1.2 and 4.1.3 are subject to reduction for any penalties incurred for contravention of Rules 7.7, 8.4.7, 10.2, 10.3, 15.12.8 and 16.2.

4.2 CRICKET VICTORIA PREMIER SERIES RANKINGS: TEAM AVERAGES 4.2.1

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Cricket Victoria Premier Ladder All premiership points obtained in 4.1.1, 4.1.2 and 4.1.3 count towards the Cricket Victoria Premier ladder.


4.2.2

Application and Calculation of Team Averages Should there be equality in aggregate premiership points the team higher on the ladder shall be the one with the better team average. Team averages shall be calculated by: (a) dividing total runs scored by total wickets lost (batting average); (b) dividing total runs scored against by total wickets taken (bowling average); and (c) dividing the batting average (a) by the bowling average (b).

4.2.3

Determination of Wickets Lost A wicket shall be recorded as lost or taken when an innings terminates with any batsman unable to commence, continue, or resume an innings within the scheduled playing time or compulsory number of overs; but a team declaring an innings closed, forfeiting an innings or having it terminated under either RULE 18 or RULE 20 shall be deemed to have lost only those wickets which have actually fallen.

4.3 PREMIER MEN’S ONE-DAY & T20 (WHITE-BALL) PROGRAM RANKINGS 4.3.1

One-Day Ladder A separate White Ball ladder will contain the points derived from the fixtured One day and T20 matches only.

4.3.2

Team ranking on ladder Teams shall be ranked in the order of points gained under 4.1.2 but if there is equality in points the team ranked higher on the ladder shall be the one with the better net run rate.

4.3.3

Net Run Rate – definition and calculation Run rate is the average per over of runs scored in an innings. Net run rate is the difference between the average runs per over scored by a team and the average runs per over scored against it.

4.3.4

Run Rate calculation The calculation of net run rate must include details of no result matches and include the full entitlement of overs of a team which has been dismissed in fewer overs.

4.4 PREMIER WOMEN’S TWENTY20 PROGRAM RANKINGS 4.4.1

Twenty20 Ladder A separate Twenty20 ladder will contain the points derived from the fixtured Twenty20 matches only.

4.4.2

Team ranking on ladder Teams shall be ranked in the order of points gained under 4.1.3 but if there is an equality in points the team ranked higher on the ladder shall be the one with the better net run rate (refer 4.3.3 and 4.3.4).

RULE 5 PROGRAMS FOR FINALS ROUNDS 5.1 MENS FINALS Note: All Cricket Victoria Premier finals matches shall be played under RULE 19. 5.1.1

Quarterfinals At the conclusion of the home and away matches the teams finishing first to eighth as per 4.2 shall play quarterfinals as follows: 1 v 8, 2 v 7, 3 v 6, 4 v 5. Should there be a tie, a draw or abandonment without play, the higher-ranked team in the preliminary matches shall be declared the winner.

5.1.2

Semi-finals The quarterfinals winners shall play in semi-finals as follows: 1 v 4, 2 v 3. Should there be a tie, a draw or abandonment without play, the team ranked higher at the conclusion of the quarter-finals shall be declared the winner.

5.1.3

Final (a) 1st XI. The First XI Final shall be played under ordinary conditions, with three days and a reserve day allocated. Should a first innings result not be achieved after three days, play shall continue into the reserve (fourth) day until a result is attained. Should there be a tie, a draw or abandonment without play, the higher-ranked team at the conclusion of the semi-finals shall be declared the winner. (b) Finals Other Xis. The semi-final winners shall play in the Final. Should there be a tie, a draw or abandonment without play, the higher-ranked team at the conclusion of the semi-finals shall be declared the winner.

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5.2 MEN’S WHITE-BALL FINALS The two highest-ranked teams in each XI (as defined in Rule 4.3) shall play off in a White-Ball Final. Should there be a tie, a draw or abandonment without play, the higher-ranked team shall be declared the winner. 5.3 WOMEN’S FINALS 5.3.1

Semi-finals At the conclusion of the home and away matches the one-day semi-finals will be played as follows: 1 v 4, 2 v 3. Note: In a five-team competition a semi-final will be played between 2 v 3 with 1st place progressing straight to the Final. • All semi-final matches shall play according to RULE 18. • If play does not commence (i.e., no ball is bowled) on the scheduled day, the match shall be rescheduled for the following day where possible. • In any match should there be a tie, a draw or abandonment without play, the higher-ranked team at the conclusion of the home and away series shall be declared the winner.

5.3.2

Finals • T20 Final. At the conclusion of the home and away matches the T20 Final will be played between the teams finishing 1st and 2nd on the T20 table according to RULE 20. • One-Day Final. The one-day final will be played between the semi-final winners according to RULE 18. • One reserve playing day shall be scheduled. • If play does not commence (i.e. no ball is bowled) on the scheduled day, play shall be rescheduled to the reserve day.

5.3.3

Result Should there be a tie, a draw or abandonment without play, the higher-ranked team at the conclusion of the home and away series shall be declared the winner.

5.4 FINALS VENUES Venues for all finals matches shall be determined by the PCMT. 5.5 PRESENTATION TO PREMIERSHIP WINNERS A pennant and/or shield and/or cup shall be presented to each winning club. Each winning club shall receive a maximum of 15 medals or badges for distribution to players and such others as deemed appropriate. RULE 6 CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP (MEN’S ONLY) 6.1 WEIGHTING OF PREMIERSHIP POINTS CV clubs shall compete in a Club Championship which shall include points from all matches played for premiership points but excluding the competition finals.

Grade 1st XI 2nd XI 3rd XI 4th XI

Weighting 5 3 2 1

6.2 DETERMINING THE WINNER The Championship shall be awarded to the club with the highest aggregate of weighted points and if clubs have equal highest points each shall be declared a joint winner.

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RULE 7 ELIGIBILITY AND TRANSFERS OF PLAYERS 7.1 QUALIFICATION OF PLAYERS 7.1.1

New player eligibility A player who has not previously played with a CV Premier Club in CV Premier Cricket or in the Women’s Community Cricket Competition (WCCC) shall be eligible to play with any CV Premier Club

7.1.2

Residency To play CV Premier Cricket a player must be a bona fide resident in the State of Victoria, unless the prior approval of the PCMT is obtained.

7.1.3

Interstate/Overseas players New arrivals from outside Victoria shall not play without a permit from the PCMT.

7.1.4

Requirement for permit (a) Every player taking part in the program of matches shall play with the club for which he is qualified under these Rules and shall continue to play with that club unless he obtains a permit to play with another competing club.

7.1.5

Registration of playing members Lodgement and administration of player registration shall be undertaken via the MyCricket system.

7.1.6

PCMT’s powers re registration The PCMT shall have power to inquire into and determine the residential or other bona fides of any player seeking registration or who is already registered. Should it be found that a player or an official of a club has knowingly furnished information which is false, the PCMT may suspend the player from playing in CV matches for such time as is deemed appropriate and/or penalise the official’s club in accordance with 7.7.1.

7.2 TRANSFER TO LOWER XI (MEN’S) 7.2.1

Limit of matches played Unless the player obtains the sanction of the PCMT no player who has played with the 1st XI in the number of matches fixtured up until Christmas shall be allowed to play in a 2nd XI match during the remainder of the season. The same principle shall apply to all players transferring to lower XIs.

7.2.2

Playing in the same round in Lower XI match A player having played with the 1st, 2nd or 3rd XI shall not be eligible to play with a lower XI in the same round of Premier matches when circumstances have required lower grade matches of that round to be rescheduled and played on a later date, except with the prior approval of the PCMT. A player may only play in more than one RULE 20 match per round with prior PCMT approval.

7.3 ELIGIBILITY FOR FINAL SERIES 7.3.1

Number of games played A player of a club, other than a representative player, shall not be eligible to play in Final Series matches unless the player has played three matches or more with the club during the current season or the PCMT gives approval in special circumstances, such as return from long-term injury or representation of the club in a lesser level competition. Note: Women’s club players must play minimum three One Day Competition matches and two Twenty20 Competition matches in order to qualify for Finals in a respective format.

7.3.2

Permit to play in lower XI No player who has played with a 1st XI shall play in the Final Series 2nd XI matches unless the player has previously played in the 2nd XI during the current season. If the club’s 1st and 2nd XIs are both in the Final Series, a 1st XI player may obtain a permit to play with the 2nd XI. The same principle shall apply to the 2nd, 3rd and 4th XIs.

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7.3.3

Eligibility to play in lower XIs A player, unless granted permission by the PCMT, shall not be eligible to play in a final series with (a) a lower XI if the number of games played in that XI or a lower XI is less than the aggregate of games played by the player in higher XIs; (b) a 3rd XI if the player has played in more than two games with a 1st XI; and (c) a 4th XI if the player has played in more than two games with a 1st and/or 2nd XI during the programmed series of that season.

7.3.4

Determining eligibility In determining a player’s eligibility for final series matches, games of the same round played in different XIs as allowed in 7.4 shall both be counted but games in higher XIs as a replacement player under 7.4 shall not be counted.

7.4 REPRESENTATIVE PLAYER REPLACEMENT 7.4.1

Representative player – definition For the purpose of this Rule a representative player is: (a) a person selected as a player in a representative match, or appointed as an official or support staff for a match under the sanction of Cricket Australia; and/or (b) a player contracted by CV; or (c) a player in Women’s 1st and 2nd XI selected as a player, manager or other official for matches defined in (a) above: or (d) a Men’s Premier 1st or 2nd XI player selected to take part in an APS or AGS match. (e) The PCMT will consider emergency applications due to a late change to a representative team or altered requirements of Cricket Australia or CV, arising from any event that is wholly acceptable upon receipt of application (f) The PCMT may consider any request from the State Chairman of Selectors for any contracted or representative player to be selected to participate in any Premier Club match at any time.

7.4.2

When a representative player can replace/be replaced A representative player named as a member of an XI in a CV Premier match of which a day or part of a day of play coincides with a scheduled day of a match as defined in 7.4.1, may replace or be replaced by a player approved by the PCMT. A named player who is injured while on representative match duties between scheduled days of a CV match may also be replaced in accordance with this Rule provided: (a) the coach or captain of the representative side reports the injury was sustained in the representative match; and (b) a statement is furnished to the PCMT prior to resumption of play in the CV Premier match.

7.4.3

Representation known prior to match commencement (Men’s) A club requiring a representative player to replace or be replaced by another player shall notify the names of the two players involved to the PCMT. If representation is known prior to the start of the Premier match: Approval of the PCMT shall be required prior to the replacement taking effect and the notification shall be made as follows: • by 12 noon on the day prior to the start of the replacement match; or • by such time as the PCMT deems reasonable in the particular circumstances Notification to the umpires and opposing captain is to be made prior to the start of the Premier match affected. All replacements pertaining to the match shall be noted on the team sheets and the replacements shall occur Approval of the PCMT shall be required prior to the replacmenet taking efect and the notification shall be made as follows:

7.4.4

Representation not known prior to match commencement (Men’s) Approval of the PCMT shall be required prior to the replacement taking effect and the notification shall be made as follows: • by 12 noon on the day prior of to the replacement match; or • by such time as the PCMT deems reasonable in the particular circumstances

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Notification to the umpires and opposing captain is to be made not less than 30 minutes prior to the start of play on day 2. In anticipation of a player being selected for a representative match notification of the names may be given prior to the representative team announcement and approval from the PCMT shall not be required. 7.4.5

Representative player replacement (Women’s) A club requiring a representative player to replace or be replaced by another player shall: (a) notify the umpires and opposing captain prior to the start of the match affected; (b) note all replacements pertaining to the match on the team sheets: and (c) note all replacements in the notes section of the MyCricket scorecard In the case where a player is not available for a match, that player’s club shall be permitted to name a player who may or will participate in a lower grade of her club on the same weekend, thereby allowing her to play in more than one game during a given round.

7.4.6

No alteration allowed after notification In all circumstances once notification has been given no alteration shall be made without approval from the PCMT prior to the Premier match involved.

7.4.7

Request from representative team selectors Where representative team selectors have requested that a player, who has been nominated as a replacing player, be rested from a club match the player who was to be replaced by the player may, with the prior approval of the PCMT, be retained as a normally selected player in the match.

7.4.8

Requirements of replacement player A replacing player shall be subject to the provisions of the CV Pennant Rules and Laws of Cricket as would have applied to the player replaced if that player had continued playing in the match.

7.4.9

Lower XIs The principle and provisions of the foregoing shall apply to allow consequential replacement or retention in 2nd, 3rd and 4th XIs.

7.4.10

Substitute fielder Where a replacement player has not been requested a substitute fieldsman shall be allowed. Notification of substitute fielder Before the start of a day’s play the captain of the opposing side and the umpires shall be informed of the use of a replacement player or substitute fieldsman.

7.4.11

7.4.12

Representative player withdraws from match A player who, for any reason, withdraws from a representative match as defined in 7.4.1 shall not be allowed to take part in any CV Premier match being played at the same time without approval from the PCMT.

7.4.13

Representative player role in the game A player who, due to representative match duties, (a) arrives late on a day of a CV match in which the player is nominated to play or is playing, shall not be limited as to when and how the player may take part or resume in the match; (b) is a not out batsman and is unable to resume an innings shall be treated under Law 2.9 as retired owing to unavoidable cause and recorded as “retired, not out”; (c) is a not out batsman shall replace/be replaced by the representative player or the nominated replacement player at the crease.

7.5 TRANSFERS TO AND FROM CV PREMIER CLUBS 7.5.1

Definition of a CV player A CV Premier club cricketer shall mean a player who has played 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th XI cricket with a CV Premier club.

7.5.2

Eligibility to play for more than one club A player shall not play with more than one CV Premier club during the season unless the player is expressly authorised by these Rules or by the PCMT.

7.5.3

Transferring to another club - requirement A CV Premier club cricketer may transfer to any other CV Premier club with a MyCricket clearance from the player’s club and a permit from the PCMT.

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7.5.4

Refusal of clearance Should a clearance from a player’s club be refused, a CV Premier club cricketer may apply to the PCMT for a permit provided that 14 days notice in writing is given to that club ofthe intention to apply for a permit. The club with which the player has played shall have the right to be heard by the PCMT. However no permit will be granted under 7.5.2, 7.5.3 and 7.5.4 after 31 December of the current season.

7.5.5

Retention of Club Qualification Any CV Premier player who ceases to play Premier Cricket remains tied for 10 years (Women 2 years) to the CV Premier club for which they last played should they wish to return to CV Premier club cricket.

7.5.6

Special Permits Notwithstanding any condition elsewhere mentioned in these Rules, the PCMT, under special circumstances, may grant a permit to a player to play with a club other than the club or clubs for which the player is qualified.

7.6 PROCESSING CLEARANCE APPLICATIONS 7.6.1

Recording in Clearance Register An application for a transfer between CV Premier clubs, whether directly from a player or through a club, shall be lodged via the clearance system MyCricket.

7.6.2

Club notification to PCMT The said club on receiving the application shall consider the matter and register its decision via the on-line clearance system.

7.6.3

Time period for club to process clearance applications If the notification from the said club is not received by the PCMT within 14 days of the application’s endorsed date of lodgement, the applicant player may be granted a permit, with immediate effect, to transfer to the club to which the transfer is sought.

7.7 PENALTY FOR PLAYING INELIGIBLE PLAYER 7.7.1

Penalties Any club playing a player not possessing the requisite qualification shall, subject to the discretion of the PCMT, be declared to have lost the match or matches in which such player took part and may be liable to a fine. For each match in which the club did not gain points a fine of a sum determined by the PCMT may be imposed.

7.7.2

Awarding of points The awarding of points to the opposing club or clubs under 7.7.1 shall be at the discretion of the PCMT.

7.7.3

Player incorrectly identified as eligible Where a club is notified under 7.7.1 that a player is eligible and that player is subsequently found to be ineligible, the club, except in the circumstance provided for in 7.7.2, shall not be penalised for any match in which the player participated prior to that player’s ineligibility being brought to its attention.

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RULE 8 PLAYER POINTS CAP – MEN’S 1ST XI (PPC) 8.1

CATEGORIES AND POINTS ALLOTMENT A cap of 25 points shall apply. The PCMT may consider applications from clubs to vary the points allocation where they think special circumstances apply to their club.

8.2

CATEGORIES AND POINTS TABLE The following descriptions, except for the one-point category, refer to players coming into a club with that status. The one-point category may refer to a player coming into a club from another Premier Club, provided the player has not played 1st XI cricket with that club or another Premier Club.

CATEGORY PTS CATEGORY Players from other Countries Players from other States CURRENT PLAYERS Test 10 Test International One Day International T20 1st Class One day Domestic Domestic T20 (Big Bash) Affiliates International One Day Affiliates International T20 Other Non-1st Class

9 8 8 7 6 5 4 4

International One Day International T20 1st Class One day Domestic Domestic T20 (Big Bash) Domestic T20 (Duration BBL) Premier grade 21+ games Premier grade 1-20 games

Returning to Immediate Past Premier Club Returning to Premier Club of Origin

Players from other Countries FORMER PLAYERS

PTS CATEGORY PTS Players from other Premier Clubs 9 8 7 7 6 5 2 4 3 *

Test

International One Day International T20 1st Class One day Domestic Domestic T20 (Big Bash) Premier grade 21+ games Premier grade 1-20 games Returning to Immediate Past Premier Club Returning to Premier Club of Origin

8 7 6 6 5 4 3 2 *

1

1

Players from other States

Players from other Premier Clubs

Test International One Day International T20 1st Class One day Domestic Domestic T20 (Big Bash) Affiliates International One Day

8 7 6 6 5 4 4

Test International One Day International T20 1st Class One day Domestic Domestic T20 (Big Bash) Premier grade 21+ games

6 5 4 5 4 3 3

Affiliates International T20 Other Non-1st Class

3 1

Premier grade 1-20 games Returning to Immediate Past Premier Club Returning to Premier Club of Origin

2 *

Test International One Day International T20 1st Class One day Domestic Domestic T20 (Big Bash) Returning to Immediate Past Premier Club Returning to Premier Club of Origin New Premier Club

5 4 3 4 3 2 * 1 2

1

* indicates that the player attracts the same number of points as he had, or would have had, before leaving the club. 8.3

DEFINITIONS

8.3.1

Current player: Player who has played at the level described within the past two years dating back from 1 October of the current season.

8.3.2

Former player: Player who has not played at the level described during the past two years dating back from 1 October of the current season.

8.3.3

Original club: The club for which a player debuted as a 1st XI player.

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8.4 RULES 8.4.1

Points to reduce by one for each consecutive season played to a minimum of two points for players who are not at their original club. Players who remain at the club where they made their 1st XI debut shall attract one point. A player who transferred prior to the implementation of the PPC (Season 2011-12) can return to a one. A transferring player who remains at a Premier Club for five (5) consecutive years, returns to a one.

8.4.2

A player who changes clubs and fits into more than one category shall be considered to be in the category which attracts more or most points. However, players whose initial rating is one will retain that rating unless they change clubs.

8.4.3

The PCMT shall be the final arbiter in the determination of points allocated and shall make determinations where unforeseen anomalies arise. Clubs are invited to submit what they consider to be special circumstances for consideration by the PCMT.

8.4.4

A replacement player, for the purposes of this Rule, shall be deemed to have the same points rating as the player being replaced.

8.4.5

Returning Players (a) Players returning from interstate to their original club shall have the same status as when they left (b) Players returning from interstate to a new club shall be allocated 3 points (c) Former 1st XI players returning to a new club shall be allocated 2 points (d) Player returning to their original club from another Premier club will receive a 50% reduction in the points they would otherwise have attracted (rounded up).

8.4.6

Big Bash Interstate/Overseas Players (a) Only one Big Bash Interstate/Overseas player per club is permitted in a given season. (b) Big Bash Interstate/Overseas players shall attract 2 points each. (c) A BBL permit, valid for the duration of the BBL series of matches only, shall be issued for each such player. The permit shall expire at the end of the season in which it is issued (d) Games played under a BBL permit shall not count for the purpose of qualification for any CV Premier Finals matches.

8.4.7

Breach of Points Cap Unless prior PCMT approval has been obtained, a club exceeding the points cap will incur loss of points. The club will have deducted from its current points on the ladder 6 points in the case of a twoday game, 4 points in the case of a limited-overs or T20 game. If a club has yet to record points for the season it will incur penalties and will have a negative points total.

8.5 ACTION BY CLUBS Clubs are responsible for ensuring the Player Point status of each player selected in 1st XI matches is entering on MyCricket prior to the commencement of each match. RULE 9 WOMEN’S PROFESSIONAL PLAYERS Women’s Premier clubs may pay only a playing coach or a non-playing coach. RULE 10 INVESTIGATIONS, DISPUTES/PROTESTS, CONTRIVED RESULTS, APPEALS 10.1 PREMIER CRICKET INVESTIGATIONS 10.1.1

Powers The PCMT shall have power to investigate and adjudicate upon all matters arising out of, or in connection with, Premier matches.

10.1.2

Representation qualification - PCMT A member of the PCMT, being a representative of a club involved in an investigation, shall cease to act on the PCMT and be replaced by CV Management for the duration of that investigation.

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10.2 DISPUTES/PROTESTS 10.2.1

Lodgement requirements Any club referring a dispute to the PCMT shall, within 48 hours after the scheduled completion of the match in which the cause of disagreement has occurred, lodge a statement in writing with the Premier Cricket Department of the matter in dispute together with a fee of $500 (this will be forfeited if the appeal is not upheld or deemed frivolous), and shall also within the same time lodge a copy of such statement with the Administration Manager of the other club involved.

10.2.2

Meeting The Premier Cricket Department shall call on the disputing clubs to appear before the PCMT, which, after hearing evidence, shall decide thereon.

10.2.3

Representation qualification - PCMT A member of the PCMT being a representative of either of the clubs involved, shall cease to act on that PCMT for the hearing of the dispute/protest.

10.3 CONTRIVED RESULTS 10.3.1

Powers of investigation The PCMT shall have power to investigate a match, or the actions of the captains of the clubs or any players involved in a match, if it suspects reasonably that the competing clubs, with or without the assistance or collusion of any other person or club, have colluded to contrive the result of a match. If the PCMT decides to carry out an investigation it will conduct such inquiries as it sees fit and invite submissions about the match or the conduct of either captain or any player and will give any person the opportunity to be heard.

10.3.2

Outcome If the PCMT finds that the clubs, captains or players have colluded to contrive the outcome of a match the PCMT may in its absolute discretion do one or more of the following: (a) fine a club, captain or player; (b) suspend a captain or player from playing in any match or matches; (c) disallow any points earned by a club in respect of the match; (d) amend any points earned by a club in the match; or (e) take any other action it deems appropriate.

10.4 APPEALS AGAINST PCMT DECISIONS 10.4.1

Procedure Clubs may appeal against any PCMT or CV decision. Such an appeal must be made in writing to the CV CEO together with a fee of $500 (to be returned unless the appeal be deemed frivolous) within 48 hours after receipt of the decision. The written submission must state the full grounds of the appeal (including detailed information realted to the significant new or additional evidence that has become available).

10.4.2

CV Appeals Tribunal All appeals against PCMT decisions shall be heard by CV Appeals Tribunal, as appointed by the CV Board. The decision of the CV Appeals Tribunal shall be final.

RULE 11 CONDUCT: CLUB PLAYERS, OFFICIALS, MEMBERS AND EMPLOYEES 11.1 SERIOUS MISBEHAVIOUR AND BRINGING THE GAME OF CRICKET INTO DISREPUTE 11.1.1

Umpires Lodge Reports of Misbehaviour An umpire may lodge a report of any member, official, employee or player of any Premier club who engages in serious misbehaviour or bringing the game of cricket into disrepute. Such report is to be lodged with the Premier Cricket Department.

11.1.2

Notification of Report Where an umpire intends to lodge a report to the Premier Cricket Department that umpire shall notify the person concerned or the captain or official of the person’s club and the Premier Cricket Department within 48 hours of the cessation of play on the day on which the misbehaviour or bringing the game of cricket into disrepute occurs.

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11.1.3

Club to Attend Umpires The captain or a representative or an official of both clubs shall ascertain from the umpires after the close of each day’s play whether there are to be any persons reported, irrespective of any earlier notification.

11.1.4

No Person Available for Notification of Report Where a reported person is not available for notification that an umpire intends to lodge a report or the captain or representative or official of a club does not fulfil the requirement of 11.1.3, an umpire shall be deemed to have fulfilled the responsibility for notification of the report under 11.1.5.

11.1.5

Lodgement of Report Within 24 hours of the conclusion of the match from which a report arises, the umpire shall lodge with the Premier Cricket Department a report on the appropriate form showing the reported person’s name and club and detailing the nature of the misbehaviour or of bringing the game of cricket into disrepute.

11.1.6

CV Lays Charge of Misbehaviour, Notifies Person and Club of Charge and Sets Time of Hearing of Charge Upon receipt of a report lodged by an umpire the Premier Cricket Department shall on behalf of CV: (a) lay a charge against the reported person for misbehaviour or bringing the game of cricket into disrepute; (b) notify the reported person and the club of the reported person that a charge has been laid against the reported person; and (c) nominate the date and time of the hearing of that charge which shall, if practicable, be heard by the CV Tribunal on the Wednesday following the completion of the match from which a report arises or, if this is not practicable, at the earliest practicable time as determined by the CV Tribunal.

11.1.7

CV Tribunal to Receive Copy of Report The Premier Cricket Department shall arrange for a copy of the report to be delivered to the Chairperson of the CV Tribunal.

11.1.8

Notification of Hearing The Premier Cricket Department shall notify the reported person, the umpires involved in the report and any other relevant persons that they are required to attend the hearing of the charge and shall also notify them of the time and place of the hearing.

11.1.9

One-Match Suspension May be Offered to Reported Player The Premier Cricket Department, in consultation with the CV Tribunal Chairperson and PCMT, may offer a reported player a one-match suspension without a hearing.

11.1.10

Acceptance of Penalty Procedure The acceptance of a penalty of suspension from playing in one CV match shall be lodged in writing with the Premier Cricket Department not later than 12.00 noon on the day after the Premier Cricket Department has made such offer to the reported person or that person’s club.

11.1.11

Hearing of Charge if Acceptance not Properly Lodged If a notice of acceptance is not lodged as per 11.1.10 the CV Tribunal shall hear the charge.

11.1.12

Attendance The persons and umpires involved in the report and any other persons as deemed necessary by the CV Tribunal Chairman shall attend the hearing of the charge.

11.1.13

Hearing of Charge May Proceed Despite Absence In the absence of the reported person, whether the CV Tribunal is with or without notice of the reason or reasons for the absence, the CV Tribunal may proceed with a hearing of a charge or postpone the hearing.

11.1.14

CV Tribunal May Adjourn or Postpone Hearing A reported person who is unable to attend the hearing of the charge may apply to the CV Tribunal for an adjourned or postponed hearing of the charge and such application must state the reasons for that person’s inability to attend. If satisfied with the applicant’s reasons the CV Tribunal may convene a postponed hearing of the charge.

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11.1.15

CV Tribunal to Regulate Own Procedures Subject to these Rules the CV Tribunal may regulate the hearing of any charge in any manner it thinks fit.

11.1.16

Inquisitorial and Informal Hearing The hearing before the CV Tribunal shall be: (a) inquisitorial in nature; (b) conducted with as little formality and with as much expedition as is deemed warranted by the CV Tribunal; and (c) conducted in accordance with the rules of natural justice.

11.1.17

Rules of Evidence The CV Tribunal may hear evidence from any person or any source as deemed necessary or warranted by the CV Tribunal and no hearing before the CV Tribunal is bound by the laws of evidence which apply to Courts of Law.

11.1.18

No Reasons Required The CV Tribunal is not obliged to give reasons for any determination which it makes.

11.1.19

Legal Representation No person shall be represented by a legal practitioner at any hearing of the CV Tribunal unless such representation is with leave of the CV Tribunal Chairperson.

11.1.20

Power to Impose Penalties on Players Where the CV Tribunal is reasonably satisfied that a player has engaged in misbehaviour or bringing the game of cricket into disrepute it may reprimand or fine or suspend or disqualify the player from playing in such matches or for such time as the CV Tribunal deems to be appropriate to the nature and extent of the charge.

11.1.21

Power to Impose Penalties on Non-Players Where the CV Tribunal is reasonably satisfied that a member, official or employee of a Premier club has engaged in misbehaviour or bringing the game of cricket into disrepute, the CV Tribunal may reprimand or fine or suspend the reported person and/or reprimand or fine that player’s club or may recommend to CV that the club be suspended or impose upon the reported person or club concerned any other penalty as the CV Tribunal deems to be appropriate to the nature and extent of the charge, the circumstances and the reported person’s status in the club.

11.1.22

Hearing on Penalty Where the CV Tribunal is reasonably satisfied that a player has engaged in misbehaviour or bringing the game of cricket into disrepute the person shall be provided with a reasonable and separate opportunity to make representations with respect to any penalty to be imposed by the CV Tribunal.

11.1.23

Suspension Apply to Next Match Unless the CV Tribunal stipulates otherwise, a suspension penalty imposed by it or an accepted one-match penalty shall apply to the next CV match played for premiership points or CV Finals match in which the player’s club competes.

11.2 MINOR MISBEHAVIOUR 11.2.1

Umpires May Caution Where an umpire has occasion to speak to a player about behaviour but does not consider the player’s behaviour to be so serious as to warrant a report to the Premier Cricket Department, the umpire shall caution the player.

11.2.2

Umpires Lodge Records of Cautioning An umpire shall note a caution on the Umpires’ Match Report and shall lodge a record of caution with the Premier Cricket Department.

11.2.3

Notification of Caution (a) Where an umpire cautions a player, the umpire shall inform the cautioned player that the caution will be officially recorded for the attention of the Premier Cricket Department and shall notify the cautioned player or the captain or official of the player’s club of the caution as soon as it is practicable on the day on which the caution occurs. (b) The cautioned player, in the presence of at least one umpire, shall sign a Caution Notice, acknowledging the caution.

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11.2.4

Clubs to Attend Umpires The captain or a representative or an official of both clubs shall ascertain from the umpires after the close of each day’s play whether there are to be any persons cautioned, irrespective of any earlier notification.

11.2.5

No Person Available for Notification of Caution Where a cautioned person is not available for notification that an umpire intends to lodge a caution or the captain or representative or official of a club does not fulfil the requirement of 11.2.4 an umpire shall be deemed to have fulfilled the responsibility for notification of the caution under 11.2.6.

11.2.6

Lodgement of Report Within 48 hours of the conclusion of the match from which a caution arises the umpire shall lodge with the Premier Cricket Department a record on the appropriate form showing the cautioned person’s name and club and detailing the nature of the caution.

11.2.7

Player Three Times Cautioned to be Charged. Should a player have three cautions recorded with the Premier Cricket Department during the same season the Premier Cricket Department shall, on behalf of CV: (a) lay a charge against the reported person for misbehaviour or bringing the game of cricket into disrepute; (b) notify the reported person and the club of the reported person that a charge has been laid against the reported person; and (c) nominate the date and time of the hearing of that charge. The charge shall, if practicable, be heard by the CV Tribunal on the Wednesday following the completion of the match from which a report arises or, if this is not practicable, at the earliest practicable time as determined by the CV Tribunal.

11.2.8

One-match Suspension May be Offered to Cautioned Player The Premier Cricket Department, in consultation with the CV Tribunal Chairperson and the PCMT, may offer a player cautioned three times a one-match suspension without a hearing.

11.2.9

Acceptance of Penalty Procedure The acceptance of a penalty of suspension from playing in one CV match shall be lodged in writing with the Premier Cricket Department not later than 12.00noon on the day after the Premier Cricket Department has made such an offer to the reported person or that person’s club.

11.2.10

Hearing of Charge if Acceptance not Properly Lodged If a notice of acceptance is not lodged as per 11.2.9 the CV Tribunal shall hear the charge.

11.2.11

Attendance The persons and umpires involved in the caution and any other persons as deemed necessary by the CV Tribunal Chairman shall attend the hearing of the charge.

11.2.12

Hearing of Charge May Proceed Despite Absence In the absence of the charged person, whether the CV Tribunal is with or without notice of the reason or reasons for the absence, the CV Tribunal may proceed with a hearing of a charge or postpone the hearing.

11.2.13

CV Tribunal May Adjourn or Postpone Hearing A charged person who is unable to attend the hearing of the charge may apply to the CV Tribunal for a postponed hearing of the charge and such application must state the reasons for that person’s inability to attend. If satisfied with the applicant’s reasons the CV Tribunal may convene a postponed hearing of the charge.

11.3 BREACHES OF LAWS OF CRICKET Where the umpires have occasion to caution a player for a breach of a Law of Cricket the procedure in the Law shall be satisfied by noting the details on the Umpires’ Match Report for action by the Premier Cricket Department in accordance with 11.2.

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11.4 INELIGIBILITY FOR AWARDS Any player in any grade who has been suspended by the CV Tribunal for misbehaviour during a Premier cricket game shall be ineligible for a player-of-the-season award in any grade. In the event that a suspension arising from a Premier or final series match extends into the final series or ensuing season or seasons the player shall not be precluded from winning an award in the ensuing season or seasons. RULE 12 INSTRUCTIONS TO CLUBS 12.1 REPORTS OF GROUND CONDITIONS, MATCH RESULTS AND PLAYER AVERAGES 12.1.1

Match-day Grounds Conditions Report Where there is any doubt regarding the possibility of play, clubs shall provide a detailed grounds report via phone to the Premier Cricket Department prior to 8:00am on each match day. If no report is received, it will be assumed both grounds are ready for play to commence on time.

12.1.2

Match Report All clubs shall lodge on MyCricket a full scorecard of each day’s play for each game. 1st XI Men’s scorecards shall be entered before 8.30pm on match day and emailed or telephoned as required for newspaper publication. Games in all other grades shall be entered by midnight on match days.

12.1.3

Match-day Checklist Prior to the commencement of play in all Premier matches, the match-day checklist, as provided by our current insurers, is to be signed by an authorised representative from each team. Completed copies are to be retained on file by home club for a minimum of seven years.

12.2 UMPIRES: APPOINTMENT AND PAYMENT OF FEES 12.2.1

Appointment Two umpires shall be appointed for all matches by CV. For Finals matches an emergency shall also be appointed who shall attend the match and take the place of an on-field umpire who, for whatever reason, becomes incapacitated or unable to continue.

12.2.2

Fees Umpires shall be paid a fee for all games to which they are appointed and for which they attend the stipulated venue unless they are notified beforehand that the match is not to take place. Umpires’ fees shall be fixed by the CV Board and paid by CV.

12.3 CAPTAINS’ REPORT ON UMPIRE PERFORMANCE AND APPRAISAL OF CONDITIONS 12.3.1

Captains’ Report Captains’ Reports on MyCricket cover appraisal of umpire performance and ground conditions. All clubs are to ensure that captains in all grades complete and lodge the Captains’ Reports on MyCricket within 24 hours of the completion of each match.

12.4 NON-COMPLIANCE WITH REQUIREMENTS A club failing to comply with any regulation requiring submission of a report or submitting an incomplete or incorrect report may be fined a sum to be determined by the PCMT. 12.5 AMENDMENT OR REPEAL OF CV PENNANT RULES 12.5.1

Amendments to Rules Clubs may lodge with the Premier Cricket Department on or before 30 April, any suggested amendments or alterations to the Rules for CV matches for the following season.

12.5.2

Repeal of Rules Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, any Rule may be repealed or altered by a majority of CV delegates at a scheduled Delegates’ Meeting or at a Special Meeting called for the purpose.

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RULE 13 GROUND AND PITCH PREPARATION AND MAINTENANCE 13.1 PREPARATION The ground may be rolled, watered, mown, or beaten prior to each day’s play except for matches played on consecutive days as stated in 13.3 and the pitch may also be rolled and/or beaten and/or swept for seven minutes before the commencement of each innings. 13.2 MAINTENANCE OF PITCH DURING PLAY During play on any day a batter may beat the pitch with that player’s bat and players may secure their footholds by the use of sawdust provided that no damage to the pitch is caused. 13.3 MATCHES ON CONSECUTIVE DAYS 13.3.1

Pitch care between days Between the completion of play and the start of play on the immediately following day the pitch may be rolled for seven minutes, beaten, swept, and mown at any time but under no circumstances is the pitch to be watered.

13.3.2

Mowing of outfield between days In matches other than the 1st XI Final the outfield shall not be mown between the completion of play and the commencement of play on the immediately following day. In a 1st XI Final the outfield shall be mown completely between the completion of play and the commencement of play on each consecutive day but if this is not possible because of weather and ground conditions, the umpires may allow play to proceed after partial mowing or without mowing.

13.4 CHANGING OR RE-USING PITCH DURING MATCH 13.4.1

Changing Pitch During Match The pitch used for the commencement of a match shall be used until the match is completed unless the approval to change the pitch is obtained from the PCMT. In such an event the opposing club shall be notified of the change as soon as possible. If a club changes a pitch during a match without approval the PCMT shall have the power to fine and/or award points to the opposing club.

13.4.2

Re-using Pitch During Match A current Premier match pitch in use may be re-used for another match up to and including Tuesday providing prior approval of the PCMT is obtained.

13.5 USE OF COVERS The pitches for all matches shall be covered subject to the conditions laid down for the use of covers. Clubs are responsible for ensuring that all covers are fit for purpose. 13.5.1 Cover Measurements Covers dimensions shall be as follows: - Men’s Main ovals Sufficient covers to cover the entire wicket table. - Men’s 3rd& 4th XI and Women’s Club ovals Minimum size 9.14 x 27.43 metres (30 x 90 feet). 13.5.2 Covering Prior to Match Day (a) Covers, properly laid and pegged, are to be in place by dusk on the day preceding a match day. The use of underlay material shall be optional but its use shall be the same in the period prior to each day of a two-day match. (b) At all other times curators are permitted to use covers at their discretion to obtain the best possible conditions for play on a match day. (c) The PCMT shall have power to waive the provision in 13.5.2(a) and instruct clubs regarding the laying of covers on any specific day. 13.5.3 Removing Covers on Match Day In good conditions the cover shall be removed no later than 8.30am. Otherwise removal shall be at the discretion of the curator or ground manager having regard to prevailing weather conditions and may be re-laid if necessary.

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13.5.4

Umpires’ Control of Covers The umpires shall assume control immediately after the toss or 30 minutes prior to the scheduled start of each day’s play, whichever is the earlier, and make all decisions regarding the use of the cover until the end of play. At all interruptions they shall direct and supervise the laying and removal of covers and report any failure of either side to comply with 13.5.5.

13.5.5

Labour for Laying or Removing Cover After umpires have assumed control, both teams shall assist with the laying or removal of covers and any other measures deemed necessary by the umpires to expedite the start or recommencement of play.

13.5.6

Conditions for Finals Series Matches The provisions of 13.5 shall apply to finals series matches in the absence of any specific direction from the PCMT. The PCMT shall be empowered to inspect finals venues and monitor prevailing and predicted weather conditions and to direct the home or host clubs to use covers at any time in the week preceding any day of a match.

13.5.7

Failure to Comply with Directions A club failing to comply with the directions in 13.5 may be dealt with under 1.2.

RULE 14 FITNESS FOR PLAY AND EXCEPTIONAL CIRCUMSTANCES 14.1 DETERMINING FITNESS FOR PLAY 14.1.1

All matches not cancelled If the PCMT has not cancelled all matches the fitness of conditions shall be determined as below.

14.1.2

Umpires sole judges The umpires together shall decide whether either the conditions of ground, weather or light or exceptional circumstances mean that it would be dangerous or unreasonable for play to take place. (a) Conditions shall not be regarded as either dangerous or unreasonable merely because they are not ideal. (b) Conditions shall be regarded as dangerous if there is actual and foreseeable risk to the safety of any player or umpire. (c) Conditions shall be regarded as unreasonable if, although posing no risk to safety, it would not be sensible for play to proceed.

14.1.3

Improvement of ground and pitch Before commencement of play on any day the umpires shall ensure all possible steps are taken to improve the ground or pitch to expedite play and shall not abandon play except as provided for in 18.3.2(b) and 20.4.2(a) before the scheduled cessation time unless, in their opinion, the conditions make play impossible.

14.1.4

Suspension of play The umpires shall suspend play when they consider that conditions are dangerous or unreasonable for play to take place.

14.1.5

Inspection of ground on improvement of conditions After any suspension of play, the umpires, unaccompanied by any of the players or officials shall, on their own initiative, carry out an inspection immediately the conditions improve and shall continue to inspect at intervals. Immediately the umpires decide that play is possible they shall call upon the players to resume the game.

14.2 FITNESS OF GROUND The umpires shall consider the ground as unfit for play when it is so wet or slippery as to deprive the bowlers of a reasonable foothold, the fieldsmen of the power of free movement, or the batsmen of the ability to play their strokes or to run between the wickets. Play should not be suspended merely because the grass and the ball are wet and slippery.

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RULE 15 GENERAL PROVISIONS 15.1 NOMINATION OF TEAM, THE TOSS, PLAYER PARTICIPATION 15.1.1

Nomination of Teams: All XIs Before the toss for choice of innings the captains shall nominate their players. The nominations shall be in writing and may not thereafter be changed without the consent of the opposing captain except as provided in 7.4.

15.1.2

Toss for Choice of Innings Captains shall toss on the field of play no earlier than 45 minutes and no later than 15 minutes before the scheduled or delayed time for start of play. Immediately after the toss the winning captain must notify the other captain of the decision to bat or field.

15.1.3

Player Participation: Women’s 1st WRPes and 2nd XI and Men’s 3rd and 4th XI Matches In all Women’s 1st WRPes and 2nd XI and Men’s 3rd and 4th XI matches a captain shall have the option to nominate twelve players. The following conditions shall apply: (a) One player in each side shall not bat and only eleven fieldsmen shall be on the field at any one time. With the consent of the umpires unlimited interchange of fieldsmen from the twelve nominated players shall be allowed between overs or after intervals and interruptions. (b) The bowling restriction under Law 2.5 shall not apply to a nominated player returning to the field to replace another nominated player. However, the restriction shall apply to a returning nominated player for whom a substitute, other than one of the nominated twelve, has been used.

15.1.4

Batsman or fielder leaving the field If a fielder fails to take the field with his/her side at the start of the match or at any later time, or leaves the field durig a session of play: (a) The umpires shall be informed of the reason for his/her absence' (b) He/She shall not thereafter come on to the field of play during a session of play without the consent of the umpire. The umpire shall give such consent as soon as practicable If the player is absent from the field for longer than 8 minutes: (c) The player shall not be permitted to bowl in that innings after his/her return until he/she has been on the field for at least that length of playing time for which he/she was absent. In the event of a follow-on or forfeiture, this restriction will, if necessary continue into the second innings. (d) The player shall not be permitted to bat unless or until, in the aggregate, he/she has returned to the field for at least that length of playing time for which he/she has been absent or, if earlier, when his/her side has lost 5 wickets. The restrictions in (15.1.4)(c) and (15.1.4)(d) shall not apply if the player has suffered an external blow (as opposed to an internal injury such as a pulled muscle(s)) whilst participating in the match and consequently been forced to leave the field. Nor shall it apply if the player has been absent for very exceptional and wholly acceptable reasons (other than injury or illness). - A players unserved Penalty time shall be limited to 90 minutes for Rule 17 and 18 matches and shall be limited to 40 minutes for a Rule 20 match. - This restriction shall apply at the commencement of a new day’s play. - In the event of a fielder already being off the field at the commencement of an interruption in play through ground, weather or light conditions or for other exceptional circumstances, he/she shall be allowed to count any such stoppage time as playing time, provided he/she personally informs the umpires when he/she is fit enough to take the field had play been in progress.

15.2 WICKET KEEPER, FIELDERS AND BATSMENS HELMETS Wicket Keeper At all times when wicket-keeping up to the stumps, the wicket-keeper must wear a helmet with a faceguard. The match umpires shall be responsible for ensuring that a helmet is worn when required by this playing condition. The match umpires will not allow the match to continue during any period in which a wicket-keeper fails to wear a helmet when required by this playing condition. Fielder At all times when fielding in a position closer than 7 metres (unless otherwise approved by an umpire in their discretion) from the batsman’s position on the popping crease on a middle stump line (such as short leg or silly point), with the exception of any fielding position behind square of the wicket on the off-side, the fielder must wear a helmet with a faceguard. The match umpires will not allow the match

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to continue during any period in which a fielder fails to wear a helmet when required by this playing condition. Batsman At all times when batting against a fast or medium paced bowler a batsman must wear a helmet with a faceguard. The match umpires shall be responsible for ensuring that a helmet is worn when required by this playing condition. The match umpires will not allow the match to continue during any period in which a batsman fails to wear a helmet when required by this playing condition. 15.3 DELAY IN START OR CONTINUATION OF PLAY If for any reason for which a club is responsible, excluding those covered by 3.7 and 13.4, play on any day does not start within ten minutes of the time appointed or cannot be continued during the match, the umpires, on appeal, shall award the match to the other side if play cannot proceed immediately following the appeal. The PCMT shall determine the points to be awarded. 15.4 INSUFFICIENT PLAYERS: FORFEITURE OF MATCH A side which has fewer than four players in attendance at 10 minutes after the time appointed for a match to commence shall forfeit the match and the PCMT shall have power to award appropriate points and/or impose on the forfeiting club a fine, the amount of which the PCMT shall determine. 15.5 UMPIRES’ MATCH REPORT Within 48 hours of the conclusion of each match the umpires shall together lodge an Umpires’ Match Report on MyCricket. 15.6 LATE START OF MATCHES If play did not commence within 10 minutes of the time appointed and there is no explanation deemed satisfactory by the PCMT, an offending club shall be fined a sum to be determined by the PCMT. 15.7 BOUNDARIES AND SIGHTSCREENS 15.7.1

Boundaries The following shall apply in addition to Law 19.2 The boundary shall be a required minimum distance [3 yards (2.74 metres)] inside the perimeter fencing and sightscreen. Should any object used to mark the boundary be disturbed during play, umpires, players (and if present ground staff) should cooperate to ensure that it is restored to its orginial position as soon as the ball is dead.

15.7.2

Sightscreens No part of any sightscreen is to be within the field of play and boundary lines shall be marked so that every possible position of the sightscreen is covered so that the boundary does not change when the sightscreen is moved. The batting team is responsible for positioning and repositioning the sightscreens: (i) at the commencement of its innings and after each interval. (ii) when a bowler alternating between over and round the wicket based on which batter is on strike. Where there is no prompt response to a request for repositioning, the Umpires will direct play to continue until it is convenient for the adjustment to be made without delay. If no member of the batting side is in attendance at the sightscreen then the fielding team is responsible for moving the sightscreen if: (i) requested by the batter at the crease when a new bowler is brought on to bowl. (ii) a single incidence of a bowler choosing to change direction of attack (from over the wicket to round the wicket or from round the wicket to over the wicket) occurs. Time for the adjustment of sightscreens is not an on-field allowance under 16.2.2.

15.8 BALLS 15.7.1

Red Balls In all matches played under RULE 17 and RULE 19 the balls shall be red and the following conditions shall apply:

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(a) A new ball shall be used for the first innings of each side. (b) For a second innings a new ball shall be used but if both captains agree, a ball of previous use may be used provided that the umpires approve the suitability of such previously used ball. (c) A fielding side shall have the option to take a new ball after the completion of 80 overs in matches as follows: - Programmed Series - 1st and 2nd XIs - Finals Series - All XIs. 15.7.2

White Balls White balls are to be used in all matches played under RULE 18, and RULE 20. A new ball shall be used in each innings.

15.7.3

Provision and Size of Balls Unless prior PCMT approval has been obtained, CV approved balls shall be used in all matches. Balls shall be 156g for Men’s and 142g for Women’s matches. The home club shall provide the umpires with the new balls and a range of used balls.

15.9 THE MATCH BALL - CHANGING ITS CONDITION 15.9.1 15.9.2 15.9.3 15.9.4 15.9.5

15.9.6

15.9.7 i. 15.9.8

The umpires shall make frequent and irregular inspections of the ball. In addition, they shall immediately inspect the ball if they suspect anyone of attempting to change the condition of the ball, except as permitted in Laws of Cricket 41.3.2 It is an offence for any player to take any action which changes the condition of the ball. At batsman may not wilfully change the condition of the ball other than, when the ball is in play, in striking it with the bat. See also Laws of Cricket 5.5 (Damage the ball) A fielder may, however: polish the ball on his/her clothing provided that no artificial substance is used and that such polishing wastes no time: remove mud from the ball under the supervision of an umpire and dry a wet ball on a piece of cloth that has been approved by the umpires. The umpires shall consider the condition of the ball to have been unfairly changed if any action by any player does not comply with the conditions in Laws of Cricket 41.3.2. If the umpires consider that the condition of the ball has been unfairly changed by a member or members of either side they shall change the ball immediately. The umpires shall select and bring into use immediately, a ball which shall have wear comparable to that of the previous ball prior to the contravention. Additionally the bowlers end umpire shall: i. Award 5 Penalty runs to the opposing side ii. If appropriate, inform the batsmen at the wicket and the captain of the fielding side that the ball has been changed and the reason for their action iii. Inform the captain of the batting side as soon as practicable of what has occurred iv. The umpires together shall report the occurrence within 24 of the end of the days play when the contravention took place to the Executive of the offending side and to PCMT who shall take such action as considered appropriate against the captain, any other individuals concerned and, if appropriate the team. If the umpires agree that in the match there has been any further instance by that team of unfairly changing the condition of the ball the shall: Repeat the procedure in 15.9.5 and 15.9.6 If the further occurrence is committed by the fielding side, additionally the bowlers end umpire shall direct the captain of the fielding side to suspend immediately from bowling the bowler who delivered the preceding ball: he/she shall not be allowed to bowl again in the match.

15.10 UNAUTHORISED PERSON OR ANIMAL HANDLING BALL WITHIN THE FIELD OF PLAY If an unauthorised person or animal coming onto the field of play while the ball is in play shall not regarded as a boundary unless the umpire determine otherwise at the time that contact between the ball and such person or animal is made. The decision shall be made for each separate occurance. 15.11 UMPIRES UNAVAILABLE/INCAPACITATED: 15.11.1

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Umpire Replacement In the event of an appointed umpire becoming incapacitated or being unavailable, a replacement from the CV Panel of Umpires is to be arranged wherever possible. The replacement umpire shall take full responsibility for the duties of the umpire originally appointed.


15.11.2

Umpire Standing Alone An umpire who for whatever reason is required to stand alone shall officiate at the bowler’s end and adjudicate on all matters within the jurisdiction of that position. The batting side shall provide a replacement to act at the striker’s end (square leg) and shall have jurisdiction on all matters pertaining to that position.

15.11.3

Incapacitated Umpire Returns The umpire who is incapacitated or unable to attend shall resume as soon as possible.

15.11.4

Five-Run Penalty Variation (a) An appointed umpire standing alone shall have sole responsibility for the awarding of all five-run penalties under the Laws of Cricket. (b) If no officially approved umpires are standing all provisions in the Laws for the award of five penalty runs, except in Laws 28.2, 28.3 and 34.4 shall be disregarded.

15.12 UNDERAGE PLAYERS - OVERS LIMIT FOR BOWLERS OF MEDIUM AND FAST PACE 15.12.1

Bowling Type Definition Bowlers of medium pace or faster, as determined by the umpire, are broadly defined as those for whom the wicketkeeper would normally stand back or as any bowler who is not considered to be a spinner.

15.12.2

Age of Player A player’s age shall be determined as that at 1 September preceding a cricket season and the appropriate bowling limitations shall apply to the player for that entire season regardless of the age group or level of competition being played.

15.12.3

Bowling Limitations Bowlers shall be limited to a maximum of consecutive overs in any one spell and to a maximum daily quota as follows:

AGE GROUP Under 19 Under 17 Under 15

CONSECUTIVE OVERS 7 6 5

DAILY QUOTA 20 16 12

A part of an over bowled under the provisions of Law 22.8 shall be treated as one full over in the limit for any underage bowler concerned in the over. 15.12.4

Break Between Spells: Length of Break The break between spells shall be a minimum of the number of overs bowled from the same end as the completed spell in a Rule 17 match and half the number of overs bowled from the same end as the completed spell in a Rule 18 match, including scheduled intervals and any unscheduled breaks in play. For scheduled intervals and unscheduled breaks in play -calculation of overs included in minimum spell shall be taken from the Actual Batting Time Tables in Rule 17 (2 Day Match) and Rule 18 (One Day Match). A bowler who has bowled a spell of less than the maximum spell permitted (for their age as defined in 15.12.2 and 15.12.3) may resume bowling prior to the completion of the necessary break but this shall be considered an extension of the same spell and the maximum spell limit for that age of player shall still apply. Following the completion of the extended spell, the normal break between spells as in 0 shall apply with the break within the spell to be disregarded. If a change of innings occurs, and a bowler commences bowling in the new innings within the minimum break in his/her spell, this shall be considered an extension of the same spell and the maximum spell limit and daily limits for that age of player shall still apply. If any break in play or the end of a day's play results in an over not being completed then that part of the over bowled after the break shall constitute one over for the purposes of calculating the bowler's spell and daily limit. If this over is completed at the start of a new day the over shall be considered the first over of a new spell for that bowler and the first over of the new daily limit.

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15.12.5

Change of Bowling Type (a) If a bowler begins with medium pace or faster and changes to slow bowling during a day’s play that bowler remains subject to the playing condition throughout the day. (b) If a bowler begins with slow bowling and changes to medium pace or faster the playing condition applies from the time of the change, and any overs bowled prior to the change shall not be taken into account in either the current spell or the daily limit. (v) Wilful time-wasting for which the batting side is to be penalised under 16.2.3. (vi) Actual time lost due to all other circumstances that, in the opinion of the umpires, are beyond the control of the fielding side. (c) There shall be no allowances given for: (i) Wickets falling. (ii) Scheduled drinks intervals. (iii) Sightscreen changes. (iv) Tardiness in starting or resuming play.

15.12.6

Notification of Age Captains must notify the umpires on the team sheet for the match those players to whom this playing condition applies and the ages of such players.

15.12.7

Responsibility of Captains and Umpires (a) It is the responsibility of the captains and umpires to ensure this playing condition is upheld. (b) Where umpires become aware of breaches of this playing condition they are to direct the captain to take the bowler off forthwith and if an over is in progress another bowler is to complete the over. That bowler must not have bowled the previous over, and shall not bowl the subsequent over. (c) Should a dispute or uncertainty regarding the application of this playing condition occur during play the umpires shall make the final decision on its application based on information available from the scorers or other sources.

15.12.8

Penalties Penalties for bowling in excess of the number of overs permitted per spell or for daily limits by underage players regardless of the competition level shall be .05 match points per over or part thereof for each over in excess of the spell or daily limits.

15.13 COUNTING OF OVER BOWLED IN PARTS An over bowled in accordance with Law 17.8 and treated under 15.10.4(b) or 18.7.4 as one full over for each bowler concerned, shall be counted as a single over for all other over requirements of Rules 16 to 20. 15.14 COLOURED CLOTHING IN LIMITED OVER GAMES Players shall be permitted to wear coloured clothing and/or equipment, as approved in advance by Cricket Victoria, for all one-day and Twenty20 matches in all grades. RULE 16 OVER RATES 16.1 MINIMUM OVERS REQUIREMENT In each innings of a match the overs bowled shall be not fewer than the number listed on the Calculation Table in RULE 17 (Two-Day Matches), in RULE 18 (One-Day Matches) or RULE 20 (T20 Matches) for an adjusted batting time calculated by deducting any allowances under 16.2.2 from the actual batting time. Overs bowled less than the calculated match minimum shall be recorded as “Penalty Overs”. 16.2 PENALTIES: PROGRAMMED SERIES MATCHES 16.2.1

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Bowling Side: Penalty Assessment A side that bowls fewer overs than required under 16.1, shall be penalised when its accumulated number of Penalty Overs for the programmed series exceeds 15. A penalty of 0.1 points for each Penalty Over for the series shall be deducted from its total match points. A side that reaches 16 Penalty Overs shall immediately have 1.6 points (16 x 0.1) deducted plus 0.1 point for any additional Penalty Overs accrued throughout the remainder of the series. However, Penalty Overs shall not be accrued in matches:


(a) under RULE 17 where a side is dismissed and the adjusted batting time taken did not exceed 220 minutes for 1st and 2nd XIs or 175 minutes for 3rd and 4th XIs; or (b) under RULE 18, where a side is dismissed or an innings is completed and the adjusted batting time taken did not exceed that listed in the One-Day Calculation Table for the overs which would have applied to compulsorily close the innings. 16.2.2

Allowances for On-field Delays (a) The Umpires are the sole judge of allowances for on-field delays. (b) For the purpose of determining penalties, the following allowances shall be taken into account: (i) Actual time taken for treatment of an injured player on the field. (ii) Actual time taken for a player leaving the field in the event of serious injury. (iii) Actual time to find or replace a ball. (iv) Actual time taken, to a maximum of 4 minutes, for each drinks break in excess of that normally allowed in each session due to conditions of extreme heat. (v) Wilful time-wasting for which the batting side is to be penalised under 16.2.3. (vi) Actual time lost due to all other circumstances that, in the opinion of the umpires, are beyond the control of the fielding side. There shall be no allowances given for: (i) Wickets falling (ii) Scheduled drinks intervals (iii) Sightscreen changes (iv) Tardiness in starting or resuming play

16.2.3

Batting Side: Penalty Assessment A batting side shall be penalised at the same rate per over as in 16.2.1 for the number of overs or part thereof relative to the amount of actual batting time wilfully wasted by it in each innings including undue time taken by an incoming batsman to reach the wicket.

16.3 PENALTIES: FINALS SERIES MATCHES Clubs incurring Penalty Overs in any finals matches in any grade shall be fined $50 per over. RULE 17 TWO-DAY MATCHES 17.1 APPLICATION Two-Day Matches are played by Men’s Premier 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th XIs only. 17.2 HOURS OF PLAY AND INTERVALS 17.2.1

Start of Play

GRADE Men’s 1st & 2nd XIs Men’s 3rd & 4th XIs 17.2.2

Interval Times and Length Unless varied as in 17.2.3 or 17.2.4 intervals shall be of 30 minutes duration and be taken as follows:

GRADE Men’s 1st & 2nd XIs Men’s 3rd & 4th XIs 17.2.3

TIME 11.00am 12.00noon

INTERVAL Lunch Tea Tea

TIME 1.00pm – 1.30pm 3.30pm – 4.00pm 2.25pm – 2.55pm

DURATION 30 min 30 min 30 min

Taking of Early Interval When the time remaining to a scheduled interval is 30 minutes or less the interval shall be taken immediately if: (a) an innings ends (b) the players have cause to leave or be off the field for any reason; or (c) nine wickets are down and one of the remaining batters is injured and unable to continue within two minutes.

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17.2.4

Deferment of Interval: Loss of Play Prior to Tea If play has been suspended for 30 minutes or more prior to the commencement of the scheduled tea interval, and provided that an entire session/s has/have not been lost the tea interval shall be delayed for 30 minutes.

17.2.5

Deferment of Interval : Nine Wickets Down Except as in17.2.3 and notwithstanding the provisions of Law 11.7 for completion of an over, an interval will not be taken until the end of the over in progress 30 minutes after the scheduled time if the ninth wicket (a) is already down when two minutes remain to the scheduled time; or (b) falls within those two minutes or at any later time up to and including the final ball of the over in progress at the scheduled time.

17.2.6

Cessation of Play (a) Play on each day shall cease at 6.00pm for 1st and 2nd XI matches and 5.30pm for 3rd and 4th XI matches unless interrupted by adverse conditions, in which case the cessation time shall be advanced by the aggregate of time lost to a maximum of 30 minutes. (b) Play shall continue past the cessation time applying until completion of the minimum overs requirement in 17.3, but if an interruption occurs or continues after 6.30pm for 1st and 2nd XI matches or 6.00pm for 3rd and 4th XI matches play shall not be resumed. (c) In the 1st and 2nd XI the captains may agree to end a match on the second day at the tea break or any time thereafter if a first innings result has been obtained. (d) In the 3rd and 4th XI the captains may agree to end a match on the second day one hour before the scheduled or re-scheduled cessation time or any time thereafter if a first innings result as been obtained.

17.3 PLAYING CONDITIONS 17.3.1

Ordinary Conditions Applying Matches in all grades shall be played under ordinary conditions, meaning the playing out of a match with no division of time or overs, but with requirements for the bowling of a minimum of overs.

17.3.2

Minimum Overs Requirements (a) On a day when there has been no loss of playing time or change of innings, play shall not end at the cessation time unless a minimum of 96 overs has been bowled in 1st and 2nd XI matches and 80 overs in 3rd and 4th XI matches. An over completed from a prior day shall be additional. (b) Where playing time in excess of 30 minutes is lost, the overs in (a) shall be reduced by the number listed on the table in 17.3.3 for the excess time. (c) When a side is dismissed or declares its innings closed the minimum of overs to be bowled from the start of a new innings shall be the greater of: (i) the overs in (a) less the number already bowled and/or deducted for lost time and 3 overs for an innings interval not coinciding with another interval; or (ii) the overs listed on the table in 17.3.3 for the batting time remaining. (d) If playing time is lost after the scheduled start of the new innings the overs minimum shall be reduced at the same rate as in (b). (e) The umpires shall notify both captains of overs adjustments.

17.3.3

Calculation Table Any calculation of overs, except where otherwise specified, shall be made from this table. Column headings are for Available Batting Time (ABT) and the Overs (OV) required for these times. For times exceeding 394 minutes the overs shall be 125 plus the number listed for the excess minutes.

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ABT OV 1-4 1 5 - 8 2 9 - 12 3 13 - 15 4 16 - 19 5 20 - 23 6 24 - 27 7 28 - 30 8 31 - 34 9 35 - 38 10 39 - 42 11 43 - 45 12 46 - 49 13 50 - 53 14 54 - 57 15 58 - 60 16 61 - 64 17 65 - 68 18 69 - 72 19 73 - 75 20 76 - 79 21

ABT OV 80 - 83 22 84 - 87 23 88 - 90 24 91 - 94 25 95 - 98 26 98 - 102 27 103 - 105 28 106 - 109 29 110 - 113 30 114 - 117 31 118 - 120 32 121 - 124 33 125 - 128 34 129 - 132 35 133 - 135 36 136 - 139 37 140 - 143 38 144 - 147 39 148 - 150 40 151 - 154 41 155 - 158 42

ABT OV 159 - 162 43 163 - 165 44 166 - 169 45 170 - 173 46 174 - 177 47 178 - 180 48 181 - 184 49 185 - 188 50 189 - 192 51 193 - 195 52 196 - 199 53 200 - 203 54 204 - 207 55 208 - 210 56 211 - 214 57 215 - 218 58 219 - 222 59 223 - 225 60 226 - 229 61 230 - 233 62 234 - 237 63

ABT 238 - 240 241 - 244 245 - 248 249 - 252 253 - 255 256 - 259 260 - 263 264 - 267 268 - 270 271 - 274 275 - 278 279 - 282 283 - 285 286 - 289 290 - 293 294 - 297 298 - 300 301 - 304 305 - 308 309 - 312 313 - 315

OV 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84

ABT 316 - 319 320 - 323 324 - 327 328 - 330 331 - 334 335 - 338 339 - 342 343 - 345 346 - 349 350 - 353 354 - 357 358 - 360 361 - 364 365 - 368 369 - 372 373 - 375 376 - 379 380 - 383 384 - 387 388 - 390 391 - 394

OV 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105

17.3.4

The Follow-on In a match played under this Rule the side which bats first and leads by 100 runs, or by 75 runs if the first day’s play is abandoned, shall have the option of requiring the other side to follow on.

17.3.5

Declaration of Close of Innings An innings may be declared closed at any time except in circumstances which would result in an immediate cessation of a day’s play. A declaration before play starts or during an adjournment should be in sufficient time to allow for seven minutes rolling of the pitch.

17.3.6

Completion of Final Over An over shall be started if the scheduled or advanced time for the end of a day’s play has not been reached and shall be completed unless weather or light conditions prevent it.

17.4 RESULTS OF MATCHES 17.4.1

Win Outright The side scoring an aggregate of runs in excess of the total runs made by the opposite side in its two completed innings shall be an outright winner.

17.4.2

Tie Outright If each side has two completed innings and the aggregate scores are equal the result shall be an outright tie.

17.4.3

First Innings Results Whether a side gains a further points result or not it shall be entitled to points for: (a) a first innings lead if its completed or uncompleted first innings score exceeds the completed first innings score of the opposite side; or (b) a first innings tie if its completed first innings score is equal to the completed first innings score of the opposite side.

17.4.4

Drawn Match (a) If the side batting last has not completed its first innings and its score is equal to or less than the score of the opposite side the result shall be a draw. (b) If the second innings of the side batting last remains uncompleted a points result shall be determined as in 17.4.3.

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17.5 CANCELLATION OF FIRST DAY’S PLAY 17.5.1

All Matches Cancelled If no play is possible on the first day in all matches of a grade the matches in that grade shall be played on the second day as One-Day matches under RULE 18 as appropriate to the grade. Such matches shall not form part of the One-Day competition.

17.5.2

Partial Cancellation In the event of a significant interruption to play on the first day, the PCMT shall determine the conditions under which play shall proceed on the second day based on the following principles: (a) If a points result is obtained by any team or teams in a particular grade on the first day then all matches in that grade will continue under ordinary conditions on the second day. (b) If no points result has been obtained in a particular grade on the first day and in five or more matches, fewer than 36 completed overs in 1st and 2nd XI matches and fewer than 32 completed overs in 3rd and 4th XI matches have been bowled, then for that grade the round will be re-scheduled as a One-Day match under RULE 18 as appropriate to the grade. Otherwise the matches in that grade will continue on the second day as matches under ordinary conditions. (c) If a match is rescheduled as a One-Day match as prescribed in 17.5.2(b) all individual and team statistics achieved on the first day will be viable as will any effect such team statistics will have on a team’s standing on the ladder.

17.5.3

Disregard of Toss and Nominations Where a match is rescheduled to be played on the second day under RULE 18 any toss for choice of innings or nomination of teams that may have been made on the first day shall be disregarded.

17.6 FAST SHORT-PITCHED DELIVERIES LIMIT 17.6.1

Fast Short-Pitched Limit Per Over A bowler shall be limited to two fast short-pitched deliveries per over. A fast short-pitched ball is defined as one which passes or would have passed above the shoulder height of the striker standing upright at the crease. Should a third such delivery be bowled in an over either umpire shall call and signal no ball and caution the bowler in accordance with Law 41.6.3. If the bowler is no-balled for the same offence a second or third time in the innings the final warning and removal procedures of Law 41.6 shall be applied.

17.6.2

Fast Short-Pitched Limit Delivery Not Within Striker’s Reach Any fast short-pitched delivery, not being a no ball, which passes so high that it is not sufficiently within the striker’s reach for it to be hit by the bat with a normal cricket stroke, shall be called and signalled wide by the umpire at the bowler’s end. Such a delivery shall be counted in the fast short-pitched limit of two allowed in 17.6.1.

17.7 DANGEROUS AND UNFAIR BOWLING 17.7.1

High - Non Pitching Deliveries Either umpire shall call and signal no ball for any high non pitching deliveries in breach of Laws 41.7 and 41.7.4. Any cautionary or other action is to be implemented by the bowler’s end umpire as required.

17.8 MAXIMUM OVERS FOR UNDER-AGE BOWLERS OF MEDIUM AND FAST PACE Refer Rule 15.12. RULE 18 ONE-DAY MATCHES 18.1 APPLICATION This Rule applies to all Premier One-Day matches.

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18.2 HOURS OF PLAY AND INTERVAL 18.2.1

Start of Play

GRADE

TIME

Men’s 1st & 2nd XI Women’s 1st XI

Standard Time: 10.00am Summer Time: 11.00am

Men’s 3rd & 4th XI Women’s Premier Reserves & 2nd XI

Standard Time: 11.00am Summer Time: 12 noon

18.2.2

Interval Time and Length (a) An interval of 30 minutes shall be taken at the end of the innings of the side batting first. (b) If time in excess of 90 minutes is lost, the interval shall be reduced to 15 minutes.

18.3 COMPULSORY CLOSURE: LENGTH OF INNINGS 18.3.1

Uninterrupted Innings If not delayed, interrupted nor earlier terminated, the innings of each side shall be compulsorily closed after 50 overs for Men’s 1st and 2nd XI matches and Women’s 1st XI matches and 45 overs for Men’s 3rd and 4th XI matches and Women’s Premier Reserves and 2nd XI matches.

18.3.2

Delayed or Interrupted Innings (a) In the event of a delayed or interrupted a match a minimum number of 25 overs per side shall constitute a match. In this case the calculations, subsequent over reductions and consequential actions detailed below shall determine the result of the match. (b) If the first side’s innings is delayed or interrupted the umpires shall reduce the maximum overs by one for each full seven minutes of the aggregate time lost. If the reduction calculation results in fewer than 25 overs the match shall be abandoned. (c) Where 25 completed overs or more have been bowled and an interruption is continuing, compulsory closure of the first side’s innings shall occur when the reduced overs calculated in (a) equate with the number bowled. (d) The side batting second, if there is no further time lost in its innings, shall be entitled to receive the same reduced number, including any part over, as in (a) or (c). (e) The second side’s overs shall not be adjusted unless adverse conditions reduce the batting time from the end of the interval until 6.20pm (5.20pm Standard Time) in Men’s 1st and 2nd XI and Women’s 1st XI matches and 6.40pm (5.40pm Standard Time) in Men’s 3rd and 4th XI and Women’s 2nd XI matches to less than that listed in the Table at 18.3.3 for those overs. In such case the overs for the reduced time shall be its entitlement, even if less than 25 overs. (f) If play ceases in accordance with 18.4(e) the overs already bowled shall be its entitlement for the purposes of this Rule.

18.3.3

Calculation Table Calculations of overs, except where otherwise specified, shall be made from this table. Column headings are for Available Batting Time (ABT) and the Overs (OV) required for these times. For times exceeding 231 minutes the overs shall be 60 plus the number listed for the excess minutes. ABT OV 1-4 1 5-8 2 9-12 3 13-16 4 17-20 5 21-24 6 25-28 7 29-32 8 33-36 9 37-40 10 41-44 11 45-48 12

ABT 49-52 53-56 57-60 61-64 65-68 69-72 73-75 76-79 80-83 84-87 88-91 92-94

OV 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

ABT OV 95 - 98 25 99-102 26 103-106 27 107-110 28 111-113 29 114-117 30 118-121 31 122-125 32 126-129 33 130-132 34 133-136 35 137-140 36

ABT OV 141-144 37 145-148 38 149-151 39 152-155 40 156-159 41 160-163 42 164-166 43 167-169 44 170-173 45 174-177 46 178-181 47 182-185 48

ABT 186-189 190-193 194-197 198-201 202-205 206-208 209-212 213-216 217-220 221-224 225-227 228-231

OV 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

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18.4 ENDING OF SECOND SIDE’S INNINGS AND MATCH Play shall cease immediately one of the following circumstances applies: (a) when the score of the opposing side is passed; (b) the requirement of overs under 18.3 is completed; (c) the innings ends before completion of its required overs; (d) the number of overs in (b) is less than 25 and both captains agree a points result is no longer possible; or (e) the players are off the field at or leave it after 6.20pm (5.20pm Standard Time) in Men’s 1st and 2nd XI and Women’s 1st XI matches and 6.40pm (5.40pm Standard Time) in Men’s 3rd and 4th XI and Women’s 2nd XI matches. 18.5 DECLARATIONS Neither side shall be permitted to declare its innings closed. 18.6 RESULTS OF MATCHES 18.6.1

Win or Tie: Second Side’s Overs Entitlement Received If the second batting side receives its entitlement of overs under 18.3 or is dismissed in fewer overs, the winner shall be the side with the higher actual score and if the scores are equal the match shall be a tie.

18.6.2

Win or Tie: Fewer Overs for Second Side If a win result has not been reached already and the completed overs received or to be received by the second batting side are fewer than its entitlement under 18.3, a number of runs as calculated in 18.6.4 shall be the first side’s par score which, subject to the provision for a draw in 18.6.3, must be exceeded by the second side for a win or equalled for a tie.

18.6.3

Drawn Match If the side batting second receives fewer than 25 completed overs and no other result has been obtained, the match shall be drawn.

18.6.4

Calculation of Target Score – Duckworth-Lewis Calculator (a) Interrupted Matches - Calculation of the Target Score If, due to suspension of play after the start of the match, the number of overs in the innings of either team has to be revised to a lesser number than originally allotted (minimum of 25 overs), then a revised target score (to win) should be set for the number of overs which the team batting second will have the opportunity of facing. This revised target is to be calculated using the instructions in Rule 18.6.4. This revised target is to be calculated using the current Duckworth/Lewis calculated by the MyCricket Live Score App. (b) Prematurely Terminated Matches If the innings of the side batting second is suspended (with at least 25 overs bowled) and it is not possible for the match to be resumed, the match will be decided by comparison with the target score determined at the instant of the suspension by the Duckworth/Lewis method. If the score is equal to the par score, the match is a tie. Otherwise the result is a victory, or defeat, by the margin of runs by which the score exceeds, or falls short of, the par score. INSTRUCTIONS 1. Refer to CV Rule 18.6.4. 2. Refer to MyCricket Live Score App. 3. Open the App, and select CONTINUE WITHOUT LOGGING IN. 4. Select DL Calculator button. 5. Enter the number of overs to be faced by each team at the start of play. 6. Select SUSPENSION PERIODS Button. Please skip to step 8 if no interruption occurred in the 1st innings of the match. 7. Select the NEW SUSPENSION PERIOD button and enter the match details at the time the interruption to play occurred and select DONE. 8. Enter total runs scored by the batting team at the close of their innings. 9. Select the 2nd Innings button. (This step is only required if play is interrupted at any stage of the 2nd innings and then resumes, if play does not resume please refer to step 11). 10. Select the NEW SUSPENSION PERIOD button and enter the match details at the time the interruption occurred then select DONE. (This will provide an updated Target Score). 11. Enter the number of overs and wickets lost to receive the Duckworth-Lewis Par Score.

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18.6.5

Bonus Point in Shortened Match Where matches are shortened and targets revised using the par score as defined in 18.6.4 bonus run-rates and defensive targets are derrived as a function of the revised target score (less one run) and maximum overs.

18.7 OVER LIMITS FOR BOWLERS 18.7.1

Limit Per Bowler A bowler shall not deliver more than one-fifth of the maximum of overs permitted in 18.3.1 for an interrupted innings or one-fifth of the number as reduced in 18.3.2(a) for adverse conditions. Where overs from a bowler already exceed a reduced limit the number bowled shall be that bowler’s limit.

18.7.2

Limit Reached or Exceeded No further deliveries shall be made by a bowler who has reached or exceeded a re-calculated limit except to complete an over previously commenced by that player.

18.7.3

Fractional Adjustments Where the re-calculation of a bowler’s limit results in a fraction the limit shall be raised to the next whole number for as many bowlers as is necessary to absorb the balance in whole overs.

18.7.4

Part-Over Incapacity or Suspension A part of an over bowled under the provisions of Law 22.8 shall count as one full over in the limit of each bowler concerned in that over.

18.8 INNER FIELD RESTRICTION AREAS 18.8.1

Marking of Fielding Restriction Area • Two semicircles shall be drawn on the field of play. • The semicircles shall have as their centre the middle stump at either end of the pitch. • The radius of each of the semicircles shall be 27.5 metres for Premier Men’s and 23 metres for Premier Women’s matches. • The semicircles shall be linked by two parallel straight lines drawn on the field. • The fielding restriction areas should be marked by continuous painted white lines or ‘dots’ at seven-metre intervals, each ‘dot’ to be covered by white plastic or rubber (but not metal) discs.

18.9 FIELDING RESTRICTIONS AND POWERPLAYS 18.9.1

On-Side Fieldsmen At the instant of delivery, there may not be more than five fieldsmen on the leg side.

18.9.2

Powerplay Overs In addition to the restriction contained in 18.9.1 above, further fielding restrictions shall apply to certain overs in each innings. The nature of such fielding restrictions and the overs during which they shall apply (hereinafter referred to as the Powerplay Overs) are set out in the paragraphs and table below.

18.9.3

(A) Powerplay Overs – Uninterrupted Match Men’s Subject to the provisions below, the distribution of Powerplay Overs shall be in accordance with that contained in the table at 18.9.4 (Men’s) and be taken as follows: (i) Powerplay 1: no more than two (2) fielders shall be permitted outside the fielding restriction area. In an innings of 50 overs these are 1 to 10 inclusive (1st and 2nd XI) In an innings of 45 overs these are 1 to 9 inclusive. (3rd and 4th XI). (ii) Powerplay 2: no more than four (4) fielders shall be permitted outside the fielding restriction area. In an innings of 50 overs these are 11 to 40 inclusive (1st and 2nd XI). In an innings of 45 overs these are 10 to 36 inclusive (3rd and 4th XI) (iii) Powerplay 3: no more than five (5) fielders shall be permitted outside the fielding restriction area. In an innings of 50 overs these are 41 to 50 inclusive (1st and 2nd XI). In an innings of 45 overs these are 37 to 45 inclusive (3rd and 4th XI)

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18.9.3

(A) Powerplay Overs – Uninterrupted Match Women's Subject to the provisions below, the distribution of Powerplay Overs shall be in accordance with that contained in the table at 18.9.4 (Women’s) and be taken as follows (i) Powerplay 1: no more than two (2) fileders shall be permitted outside the fielding restriction area. In an innings of 50 overs, these are 1 to 10 inclusive (WP1) and 1 to 9 inclusive WPRes and WP2. (ii) Powerplay 2: The second powerplay shall be taken at the discretion of the batters at the wicket (5 overs for an uninterrupted match in WP1 and 4 overs for WPRes and WP2). During the second powerplay no more than three (3) fielders shall be permitted outside the fielding restriction area. WP1: in an innings of scheduled duration between 41 and 50 overs it may not be completed later that the 40th over WPRes and WP2: in an innings of scheduled duration of between 27 and 45 overs, it may not be completed later than the 36th over. Should a batting side choose not to exercise their Powerplay overs it will automatically commence at the lastest available point WP1: in 50 over innings this will start at the 36th over WPRes and WP2: in a 45 over innings this will start at the 32nd over No equivalent restriction applies to innings of shorter duration Once a batter has nominated a powerplay the decision cannot be reversed. (iii) Fielding restrictions for non powerplay overs: During the non powerplay overs, no more than four (4) fielders shall be permitted outside the fielding restriction area at the instant of delivery

18.9.4

(C) Fielding Restrictions Infringements In the event of an infringement of any of the above fielding restrictions, either umpire shall call and signal no-ball.

18.9.5

Powerplay Overs – Distribution The number of Powerplay Overs shall be in accordance with the table below which shall be applied independently to both innings of the match. MEN’S: Innings Length

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Max Overs/Bowler

50

5 x 10

49

4 x 10

1x9

1st PP

Bat PP

Total PP

Innings Length

10

30

10

5x5

10

29

10

4x5

Max Overs/Bowler 1x4

1st PP

Bat PP

Total PP

5

15

5

7

5

14

5

7

48

3 x 10

2x9

10

29

9

3x5

2x4

5

14

4

7

47

2 x 10

3x9

10

28

9

2x5

3x4

5

13

4

6

46

1 x 10

4x9

1x5

4x4

9

28

9

9

27

9

5x4

4

13

4

6

4

12

4

6

45

5x9

44

4x9

1x8

9

26

9

4x4

1x3

4

11

4

6

43

3x9

2x8

9

26

8

3x4

2x3

4

11

3

6

42

2x9

3x8

8

25

8

2x4

3x3

4

10

3

5

41

1x9

4x8

8

25

8

1x4

4x3

3

10

3

5

8

24

8

5x3

3

9

3

4

1x7

8

23

8

4x3

1x2

3

8

3

4

40

5x8

39

4x8

38

3x8

2x7

8

23

7

3x3

2x2

3

8

2

4

37

2x8

3x7

8

22

7

2x3

3x2

3

7

2

3

36

1x8

4x7

4x2

35

5x7

7

22

7

1x3

7

21

7

5x2

2

7

2

3

2

6

2

3

34

4x7

1x6

7

20

7

4x2

1x1

2

5

2

3

33

3x7

2x6

7

20

6

3x2

2x1

2

4

2

3

32

2x7

3x6

7

19

6

2x2

3x1

2

4

1

2


31

1x7

30

5x6

4x6

6

19

6

1x2

6

18

6

5x1

4x1

2

3

1

2

1

3

1

1

29

4x6

1x5

6

17

6

4x1

1

2

1

1

28

3x6

2x5

6

17

5

3x1

1

1

1

1

27

2x6

3x5

6

16

5

2x1

1

1

0

0

26

1x6

4x5

5

16

5

1x1

1

0

0

0

1st PP

Bat PP

Total PP

Innings Length

1st PP

Bat PP

Total PP

WOMEN’S: Innings Length

Max Overs/Bowler

50

5 x 10

49

4 x 10

10

5

15

5x5

1x9

10

5

15

4x5

Max Overs/Bowler 1x4

5

2

7

7

5

2

7

7

48

3 x 10

2x9

10

5

15

3x5

2x4

5

2

7

7

47

2 x 10

3x9

9

5

14

2x5

3x4

4

2

6

6

46

1 x 10

4x9

4x4

45

5x9

9

5

14

1x5

9

4

13

5x4

4

2

6

6

4

2

6

6

44

4x9

1x8

9

4

13

4x4

1x3

4

2

6

6

43

3x9

2x8

9

4

13

3x4

2x3

4

2

6

6

42

2x9

3x8

8

4

12

2x4

3x3

3

2

5

5

41

1x9

4x8

8

4

12

1x4

4x3

3

2

5

5

8

4

12

5x3

3

1

4

4

1x7

8

4

12

4x3

1x2

3

1

4

4

40

5x8

39

4x8

38

3x8

2x7

8

4

12

3x3

2x2

3

1

4

4

37

2x8

3x7

7

4

11

2x3

3x2

2

1

3

3

36

1x8

4x7

7

4

11

1x3

4x2

35

5x7

7

3

10

5x2

2

1

3

3

2

1

3

3

34

4x7

1x6

7

3

10

4x2

1x1

2

1

3

3

33

3x7

2x6

7

3

10

3x2

2x1

2

1

3

3

32

2x7

3x6

6

3

9

2x2

3x1

1

1

2

2

31

1x7

4x6

6

3

9

1x2

4x1

1

1

2

2

30

5x6

6

3

9

5x1

1

0

1

1

29

4x6

1x5

6

3

9

4x1

1

0

1

1

28

3x6

2x5

6

3

9

3x1

1

0

1

1

27

2x6

3x5

5

3

8

2x1

0

0

0

0

26

1x6

4x5

5

3

8

1x1

0

0

0

0

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18.9.5

Powerplay Overs – Commencement Each block of Powerplay Overs must commence at the start of an over.

18.9.6

Powerplay Overs – Interrupted Match Recalculation If play is interrupted during Powerplay Overs, then on resumption, it is necessary to determine how many remaining Powerplay Overs should be allocated. The total number of Powerplay Overs for the innings is derived from the table in 18.9.5. Any Powerplay Overs already taken prior to the interruption will be deemed to have been in sequence: the initial allocation then the batting side’s allocation. The decision of the batting side of when to take any remaining Powerplay Overs is made in the usual way.

18.9.7

Powerplay Overs – Interruptions (a) If play is interrupted during the first Powerplay and on resumption the overs required to be bowled in that Powerplay have already been exceeded, then the batting Powerplay will assume to have been taken consecutively up to that point. (b) If play is interrupted during a Powerplay and on resumption the total number of Powerplay Overs has already been exceeded, then the fielding restrictions will be lifted immediately. Note: This is the only circumstance under which the Powerplay status can be changed during an over. (c) If following an interruption while a Powerplay is not in progress, it is found on resumption that the recalculated number of Powerplay Overs remaining equals or exceeds the number of overs to be bowled in the innings, then the batting Powerplay will commence at the start of the next over.

18.9.8

Powerplay Overs – Signals (a) At the commencement of each block of Powerplay Overs, the umpire shall signal such commencement to the scorers by rotating the arm in a large circle. (b) The umpire shall also indicate to the fielding captain before any signal is made that the batting side has chosen its Powerplay.

18.9.9

Powerplay Overs – Scoreboard Where possible, a “P” or a light or other indicator shall be displayed on the scoreboard whenever the Powerplay Overs are being bowled.

18.10 NO BALL 18.10.1

Free Hit After a No Ball The delivery following any no ball shall be a free hit for whicheverbatter is facing it. If the delivery for the free hit is not a legitimate delivery (any kind of no ball or wide), then the next delivery will become a free hit for whicheverbatter is facing. For any free hit, the striker can only be dismissed under the circumstances that apply for a no ball even if the delivery for the free hit is called a wide. Changes to fielding positions are only permitted if a different batter is on strike for the free hit delivery oe the No Ball was a result of a fielding restriction breach, in which case the field may be changed only to the extent of correctng the breach. The bowler’s end umpire will signal a free hit (after the normal no ball signal) by extending one arm straight upwards and moving it in a circular motion.

18.10.2

Fast Short-Pitched Deliveries above Shoulder Height of Striker (a) In any one over a bowler shall be permitted to bowl two fast short-pitched deliveries which, having bounced, pass or would have passed above shoulder height of the striker standing upright at the crease. Should a hird such delivery be bowled in an over either umpire shall call and signal "no ball" and indicate this is a first and final warning (Law 41.6.3). If the bowler is no-balled for the same offence a second time in the innings the removal procedures of Law 41.6 shall be applied. (b) Any fast short-pitched delivery, not being a no ball which passes so high that it is not sufficiently within the striker's reach for it to be hit by the bat with a normal cricket stroke, shall be called and signalled “wide” ball by the umpire at the bowler's end.

18.10.3

Dangerous and Unfair Bowling High Full-Pitched Deliveries Either umpire shall call and signal “no ball” for any high full-pitched delivery in breach of Law 41.7 and 41.7.4. Any cautionary or other action is to be implemented by the bowler's end umpire as required

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18.11 WIDE BALL Umpires are instructed to apply a very strict and consistent interpretation in regard to this Law in order to prevent negative bowling wide of the wicket. Any delivery which in the opinion of the umpire does not give the striker a reasonable opportunity to score shall be called a wide. Instructions to umpires in respect of wides is contained in the “Wide Ball Interpretation in “White Ball Cricket” appendix to these rules. In summary the following applies. (a) Leg side All balls that pass down the leg side and behind the striker shall be interpreted as negative bowling and called “Wide”. The delivery is not a Wide if it passes on or inside the ”Wide Guideline (Leg Side)” crease marking when the striker moves towards the off side or it passes between the striker and leg stump. (b) Offside A delivery shall be called “Wide” if it passes: (i) outside the “Wide Guideline (Off Side)” with the batsman in a “normal” batting stance; or (ii) wide of the return crease, regardless of the striker bringing it within reach or (iii) a bowler bowling around the wicket bowling full pitched yorkers on the off side just within the “Wide Guideline (Off Side)”. (iv) The delivery is not a Wide if the batsman moves to the off side and brings the ball within reach. (c) Wide - Reverse Sweep or Switch Hit. When a switch hit or reverse sweep is played or attempted the striker is deemed to have brought the ball within reach on both sides of the wicket and the Wide Guideline (Off Side) shall apply on both sides of the stumps. The leg stump wide interpretation is no longer in play. 18.12 NOTIFICATION TO CAPTAINS After each adjustment of an anticipated batting time the umpires shall inform both captains of the reduced time and the effect on overs to be bowled, limitation for bowlers, fielding restrictions and, where appropriate, par score. 18.13 MAXIMUM OVERS FOR UNDER-AGE BOWLERS OF MEDIUM AND FAST PACE Directions for limiting the maximum number of overs that under-age medium pace and fast bowlers may bowl consecutively in one spell and in a day’s play, and the responsibilities of captains and umpires in this respect, are set out in 15.12. 18.14 CLOTHING Players shall be permitted to wear coloured clothing and/or equipment as approved in advance by Cricket Victoria. See also 15.14. 18.15 SIGHTSCREENS Rules in 15.6 shall be followed except that sightscreens shall be black or covered by dark shade cloth. 18.16 BOUNDARIES – WOMEN’S MATCHES The maximum boundary distance for Women’s One-Day matches is 64 metres in an arc from the intersection of the centre line and the popping crease and from the centre line between the two popping creases

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RULE 19 CRICKET VICTORIA PREMIER FINALS MATCHES 19.1 HOURS OF PLAY AND INTERVALS 19.1.1

19.1.2

Start of Play

GRADE Men’s 1st & 2nd XI

TIME 10.30am

Men’s 3rd & 4th XI

11.30am

Interval Times and Length Unless varied as in 17.2.3 or 17.2.4 intervals shall be as follows:

GRADE Men’s1st & 2nd XI Men’s 3rd & 4th XI 19.1.3

INTERVAL Lunch Tea Tea

TIME 12.30pm – 1.00pm 3.00pm – 3.30pm 1.55pm – 2.25pm

DURATION 30 min 30 min 30 min

Cessation of Play (a) Play on each day shall cease at 5.30pm for 1st and 2nd XI matches and 5.00pm for 3rd and 4th XI matches unless interrupted by adverse conditions, in which case the cessation time shall be advanced by the aggregate of time lost to a maximum of 30 minutes. (b) Play shall continue past the cessation time applying until completion of the minimum overs requirement in 17.3, but if an interruption occurs or continues after 6.00pm for 1st and 2nd XI matches or 5.30pm for 3rd and 4th XI matches play shall not be resumed. (c) If a result is obtained on the final day or a result or further result is not possible within advanced time under (b) the match may cease if both captains agree.

19.2 PLAYING CONDITIONS Playing conditions shall be as in 17.3 subject to the following variations: (a) A daily minimum of 96 overs in 1st and 2nd XI matches (80 overs 3rd and 4th XI matches) shall apply and, providing this minimum is not reduced for time lost on the first day and it has not been dismissed, the first batting side may continue its innings until a maximum of 106 overs in 1st and 2nd XI matches (90 overs in 3rd and 4th XI matches) has been received. The minimum for the second side’s first innings shall be 83 overs for 1st and 2nd XI matches (67 overs in 3rd and 4th XI matches) or, if greater, the number to be bowled from the start of a new innings in accordance with 17.3. (b) If there is no time lost on the first day and the innings of the side batting first continues on the second day and is interrupted, any overs deductions are made proportionately to both sides. (c) Where time is lost on the first day or on both days and the side batting first continues its innings on the second day the maximum and minimum of overs in (a) shall be reduced by the same proportion as in (b) in relation to the total net time lost; but if such time exceeds 120 minutes before the innings ends the match shall proceed under ordinary conditions. (d) For the 1st XI Final the limiting provisions in (a), (b) and (c) above shall not apply. (e) A new ball is available after 80 overs. 19.3 RESULTS OF MATCHES The provisions of 17.4 shall apply except that if there is no outright result the winner shall be the side which: (a) leads on the first innings as defined in 17.4.3(a); or (b) in the event of a tie, draw or abandonment without play was the higher-ranked side as provided in 5.1.

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RULE 20 TWENTY20 MATCHES 20.1 PLAYING CONDITIONS The Laws of Cricket (2017 Code) and Premier Rules, except as varied hereunder, shall apply. 20.2 DURATION OF MATCH AND NOMINATION OF TEAMS (a) The matches will consist of one innings per side, each innings being limited to a maximum of 20 overs. (b) Teams shall be 11 per side for Men’s 1st and 2nd XI matches and 12 per side for Women’s 1st XI and 2nd XI matches and Men’s 3rd and 4th XI matches and shall be nominated in accordance with 15.1.1. 20.3 HOURS OF PLAY AND INTERVALS 20.3.1

Hours of Play The following hours of play apply.

GRADE Women’s 1st XI Men’s 2nd & 4th XIs Women’s Premier Reserves & 2nd XI Men’s 1st & 3rd XIs

FIRST SESSION

INTERVAL

SECOND SESSION

11.00am-12.15pm

12.15pm-12.25pm

12.25pm-1.40pm

2.30pm-3.45pm

3.45pm-3.55pm

3.55pm-5.10pm

Note: Start times may only be altered with the approval of the PCMT. 20.3.2

Intervals Intervals between innings shall be of 10 minutes duration. No drinks intervals are permitted.

20.4 LENGTH OF INNINGS 20.4.1

Uninterrupted Matches Each team shall bat for 20 overs unless all out earlier. If the team batting first is dismissed in fewer than 20 overs, the team batting second shall be entitled to bat for 20 overs. Strict adherence to RULE 16 (over rates) must be observed.

20.4.2

Delayed or Interrupted Matches (a) If the first side’s innings is delayed or interrupted the umpires shall reduce the maximum overs by one for each full seven minutes of the aggregate time lost. If the reduction calculation results in fewer than 5 overs the match shall be abandoned. (b) Where 5 completed overs or more have been bowled and an interruption is continuing, compulsory closure of the first side’s innings shall occur when the reduced overs calculated in 18.3.2(a) equate with the number bowled. (c) The side batting second, if there is no further time lost in its innings, shall be entitled to receive the same reduced number, including any part over, as in (a) or(b) above. (d) The second side’s overs shall not be adjusted unless adverse conditions reduce the batting time from the end of the interval until scheduled cessation time to less than that listed in the Table at 18.3.3 for those overs. In such case the overs for the reduced time shall be its entitlement, even if fewer than 5 overs. (e) If play ceases due to players being off the field or leaving it after the scheduled cessation time, the match shall end the overs already bowled shall be the side batting second’s entitlement for the purposes of this Rule. (f) Calculation of par score for all XIs shall be in accordance with the procedure in 18.5.4 substituting “25 over” with “5 overs” in 18.6.4(a) and 18.6.4(b).

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20.5 OVER LIMITS FOR BOWLERS 20.5.1

Limit Per Bowler A bowler shall not deliver more than one-fifth of the maximum of overs permitted in 20.4. Where overs from a bowler already exceed a reduced limit the number bowled shall be that bowler’s limit.

20.5.2

Limit Reached or Exceeded No further deliveries shall be made by a bowler who has reached or exceeded a re-calculated limit except to complete an over previously commenced by that player.

20.5.3

Fractional Adjustments Where the re-calculation of a bowler’s limit results in a fraction the limit shall be raised to the next whole number for as many bowlers as is necessary to absorb the balance in whole overs.

20.5.4

Part-Over Incapacity or Suspension A part of an over bowled under the provisions of Law 22.8 shall count as one full over in the limit of each bowler concerned in that over.

20.6 THE BALL White CV-approved balls will be used as per 15.7.3. One new ball shall be used for each innings. 20.7 THE RESULT 20.7.1

Normal Conditions When there is no interruption after play has commenced and when both sides have had the opportunity of batting for the same agreed number of overs, the team scoring the higher number of runs shall be the winner.

20.7.2

One1 Eliminator (Women’s Matches only) In the event of a tie in a women’s match, where possible, the result shall be determined by the use of the One1 Eliminator. The procedure for the One1 Eliminator is as follows. (a) Subject to weather conditions the One1 Eliminator will take place on the scheduled day of the match at a time to be determined by the referee. In normal circumstances it shall commence five minutes after the conclusion of the match. (b) The One1 Eliminator will take place on the pitch allocated for the match (the designated pitch) unless otherwise determined by the umpires in consultation with the ground authority with the sides batting in the same order. The umpires shall not change ends. The fielding side shall choose which end to bowl from. (c) Prior to the commencement of the One1 Eliminator each team shall select three batters and one bowler. (d) The names of the selected players are to be given to the umpires in writing. (e) Each team’s over is played with the same fielding restrictions as those that are in place for the last over of a normal match. (f) The same ball (or a ball of a similar age if the original ball is out of shape) as used at the end of the team’s innings shall be used for the “extra” over. (g) The loss of two wickets in the over ends the team’s one-over innings. (h) In the event of the teams having the same score after the One1 Eliminator has been completed, the team that hit the most number of sixes combined from its two innings in both the main match and the One1 Eliminator shall be the winner. (i) If the number of sixes hit by both teams is equal, the team that hit the most number of boundaries (fours and sixes) in the One1 Eliminator will be declared the winner. (j) In the event that the result is still a Tie after the One1 Eliminator and clauses (h) and (i) above have been applied, the One1 Eliminator (clauses (a) to (g)) shall be repeated until a winner is obtained.

20.7.3

One1 Eliminator not possible (a) In preliminary matches, if the minimum number of overs has been bowled to constitute a match (five overs per team) and scores are level the match shall be declared a tie. (b) If circumstances make a One1 Eliminator impossible in the Final the team that finished higher on the points table at the conclusion of the preliminary matches shall be declared the winner.

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20.8 FIELDING RESTRICTIONS The following fielding restrictions apply. (a) Men's - For the first ix overs (1-6) of each innings, a maximum of two fielders are permitted to be outside of the field restriction circle (defined in 18.8) and for the next 14 overs (7-20), only five fielders are permitted to be outside the field restriction circle (defined in 18.8). (b) Women's - For the first six overs (1-6) of each innings, a maximum of two fielders are permitted to be outside of the field restriction circle (definied 18.8) and for the next 14 overs (7-20), only four fielders are permittd outside the field rectriction circle (defined in 18.8). (c) For the team batting first, in an interrupted match, the field restrictions will apply as follows:

Total Overs In Innings 5-6 7-9 10-13 14-16 17-19 20

No of overs for which restrictions in 20.8(b) above apply 1 2 3 4 5 6

(d) For the team batting second, when the number of overs is reduced, where possible the restrictions determined in 20.8(c) are to be maintained for the same proportion of the innings of the side batting second as for the innings of the side batting first (fractions to be ignored). 20.9 DECLARATIONS The captain of the batting side may not declare an innings closed at any time during the course of a match. 20.10 NO BALL AND WIDE The Rules specified in 18.10 (No Ball) and 18.11 (Wide) apply, except that only one short-pitched delivery per over may be bowled. 20.11 LAW 31 – TIMED OUT Law 31 will apply. Either the incoming or not out batter, whichever the circumstances of the match require, must be in position to take guard to be ready to receive the next ball within 90 seconds of the fall of the previous wicket. The incoming batsman is expected to be ready near the boundary so as enter the field of play immediately a wicket falls, and is expected to jog to the wicket. 20.12 SIGHTSCREENS Rules in 16.5 shall be followed except that sightscreens shall be black or covered by dark shade cloth. 20.13 BOUNDARIES – WOMEN’S MATCHES The maximum boundary distance for Women’s Twenty20 matches is 64 metres in an arc from the intersection of the centre line and the popping crease and from the centre line between the two popping creases.

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POLICIES FOR PREMIER CRICKET SEASON 2017-18

1

SUSPECT BOWLING ACTIONS – PREMIER CRICKET

SUSPECT ACTIONS ADVISORY GROUP (SAAG) Cricket Victoria has established an advisory group specifically to deal with suspect actions. The SAAG comprises Tim McCaskill, Shaun Graf and Richard Patterson, with the ability to co-opt as required.

LEVEL 1

In any Cricket Victoria Premier match, if there is a doubt, the first mention* is to be made by the umpire(s) to Cricket Victoria on a note, separate from the Match Report, naming the bowler and expressing what the concerns are. Upon receipt, CV makes contact with the club Administration Manager and club coach, asks the club to investigate the matter and take remedial action if necessary. LEVEL 2

If there is a second mention* (same process – umpire(s) make a separate report to Cricket Victoria), the bowler will then be requested to undergo a Fast Bowling Unit analysis. The first session will be at the expense of Cricket Victoria. Further sessions are available, if desired, at the cost of the club or the individual. The bowler/club is provided with a video analysis and a report. At the analysis session, Tim McCaskill will consult with the bowler on areas he can work on to rectify any problems he may have with his action.

There will be an 8 week “intervention period” following this analysis to allow remedial work to be undertaken. During this intervention period the player will be permitted to bowl in matches.

Umpires will be advised of the player’s situation.

(If there is any doubt* during this intervention period then the umpire(s) will continue to make a separate report to Cricket Victoria).

Should the bowler/club decide not to co-operate or participate in this part of the procedure the player will immediately be classified as Level 4, and will be suspended from bowling for 12 months.

LEVEL 3

Following the intervention period, at Level 2, should there be a further mention* the bowler will not be permitted to bowl in Premier Cricket for a further period of 8 weeks. This is to allow any remedial work to be continued, without the pressures of bowling in matches. LEVEL 4

Following Levels 1,2 & 3 if the bowler is mentioned* again, he will not be permitted to bowl in Premier Cricket for a period of 12 months.

“The procedure is ongoing and players do not return to Level 1 each season. Each mention will progress the procedure, irrespective of time”.

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SUBSEQUENT MENTION:

If a player suspended from bowling at Level 4 resumes bowling after the specified suspension period, and he is mentioned* again, he is immediately at Level 4 and suspension from bowling will apply forthwith.

* THIS ENTIRE PROCESS DOES NOT PRECLUDE ANY UMPIRE FROM CALLING A BOWLER FOR THROWING, AT ANY TIME, IF THE UMPIRE IS IN NO DOUBT.

Throughout the process clubs and coaches are to act in the best interests of the player and cricket in general with the overall welfare of the player and the game being the prime considerations.

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CREASE MARKINGS

WHITE BALL CRICKET CREASE MARKINGS DIAGRAM

WHITE BALL INTERPRETATION IN "WHITE BALL CRICKET" LEG SIDE

All balls that pass down the leg side and behind the striker shall be interpreted as negative bowling and called “Wide”.

- The delivery is not a Wide if:

- The balls that passes on or inside the ”Wide Guideline (Leg Side)” crease marking when the striker moves towards the off side to allows it to pass behind him.

- The ball passes between the striker and leg stump.

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OFFSIDE A delivery shall be called “Wide” if: - The ball passes outside the “Wide Guideline (Off Side)” with the batsman in a “normal” batting stance. - The ball passes wide of the return crease, regardless of the striker bringing it within reach but failing to make contact. - A right arm bowler bowling around the wicket to a right hand batsman or a left arm bowler bowling around the wicket to a left hand batsman bowls full pitched yorkers on the off side just within the “Wide Guideline (Off Side)”. The delivery is not a Wide if: - The batsman moves to the off side and brings the ball within reach so he can hit it with a normal cricket stroke but fails to make contact despite it passing outside the “Wide Guideline (Off Side)”. HEIGHT (BATSMAN STANDING UP AT THE CREASE) - Being a limited overs contest, the intention is to discourage the bowling of fast short pitched deliveries that pass above the head of the batsman standing upright at the popping crease. - This type of bowling is considered a form of negative tactic – so the directive is to call “wide” for the marginal deliveries in this category. - The umpire at the bowler’s end will be guided by the signal he receives from the square leg umpire. It is agreed that if the umpire at the bowler’s end is in doubt as to the validity of the square leg umpire’s judgement, he must stick with his partner’s signal and judgment. - The only exception is when the square leg umpire is unsighted or does not provide a signal for what ever reason and informs the umpire at the bowler’s end of such, through an agreed teamwork signal. - The umpire at the bowler’s end must then rule. It is suggested that the evidence he should consider is: - Ball passing over head - Keeper catching height - Steepness of the ball’s path post bounce - Gut feel or instinct REVERSE SWEEP OR SWITCH HIT When a switch hit or reverse sweep is played or the batsman gets in a position to play the shot and then aborts it: - The striker is deemed to bring the ball sufficiently within his reach on both sides of the wicket - The Wide Guideline (Off Side) shall apply on both sides of the stumps. - The leg stump wide interpretation is no longer in play. SWITCH HIT INTERPRETATION

THE DIRECTIVE - The batsman’s grip and stance should be the same from the start of the bowler’s run up until the beginning of the bowler’s Delivery stride. - The batsman can utilize any grip, as long as he does not change it while the bowler is running in to bowl.

INTERPRETATION - From the beginning of the delivery stride (defined as the moment that the bowler’s back foot lands in the delivery stride), the batsman, if he chooses, may start to play the switch-hit stroke. - If the bowler sees the batsman alter his grip or stance before he enters his delivery stride, he is not compelled to deliver the ball. - If the bowler does not deliver the ball, in this instance, the umpire shall give the striker an informal warning. - The second time this happens, the striker should be formally warned that he is wasting time under

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Law 42.10 (Batsman wasting time). This shall constitute a first and final warning, and be applicable to any batsman In that innings. Any subsequent instances shall result in 5 penalty runs being awarded to the fielding side. - The bowler, having seen the batsman change his grip and/or stance, may decide to bowl at the batsman, and is entitled to do so. The umpires should allow that option. - In short, the batsman is still entitled to play the switch--hit stroke but he is only allowed to alter from one stance or grip to another once the bowler has entered his delivery stride 3

PROTECTED AREA

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INJURY CODE

1. Where a player or umpire involved in a CV-controlled match suffers an injury causing bleeding, that person shall immediately retire from the game until such time as First Aid has been administered to prevent further bleeding. The injured person shall not resume playing or umpiring unless and until the bleeding has ceased. 2. An injured batsman who has temporarily retired and is unable to return after the fall of the ninth wicket, shall be recorded in the scorebooks as “retired hurt” and the innings shall be deemed closed. 3. Where an injury occurs to a batsman involved in a tenth wicket partnership, a maximum of two minutes will be allowed in order for the batsman to obtain treatment. If the injury occurs within 30 minutes of a scheduled interval, the interval shall be taken immediately if the batsman is unable to resume after the two minutes. If the batsman is unable to resume after the two minutes or after the early interval, he shall be recorded in the scorebooks as “retired hurt”, as described in 2. above. 4. Where an injury occurs to an umpire, and he/she must leave the field for treatment, the other umpire shall officiate at both ends and the host club shall provide a competent person to stand at square-leg until the injured umpire is able to resume. 5

PREMIER CRICKET EXTREME CONDITIONS POLICY

If there is an adverse weather forecast (wet weather or extreme heat) for the scheduled playing day:

IN ADVANCE The Premier Cricket Management Team (PCMT) may consider a full or partial cancellation* in advance and where applicable will seek necessary guidance from the Bureau of Meteorology and/or selected medical and legal practitioners. Should this occur, all clubs will be notified via email and text message to Administration Managers, the Premier Cricket website and via twitter.

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MATCH DAY MORNING The PCMT will consult once ground reports and all available forecast data has been collated. The PCMT’s decision will be conveyed via email and text message to Administration Managers, the Premier Cricket website and via twitter. MATCH DAY

If the PCMT’s decision is “report to grounds”, decisions regarding play shall be in the hands of the umpires.

EXTREME HEAT It shall be the responsibility of each Club Administration Manager (or his/her nominee) to monitor on a halfhouly basis, current temperatures via the Bureau of Meteorology website or 1196 weather information line. Should the current temperature reach 42 degrees, play shall be suspended immediately at that club’s home grounds. The temperature shall be monitored. Play shall not resume until the temperature falls below 41 degrees. The current temperatures provided on 1196 will apply as follows: Melbourne City:

Brighton District, Camberwell Magpies, Carlton, Coburg, Footscray Edgewater, Melbourne, Melbourne Uni, Prahran, St Kilda.

Scoresby:

Viewbank:

Moorabbin:

Melbourne Airport:

Ballarat: Napoleons-Sebastopol

Avalon: Geelong

Frankston:

Box Hill, Monash Tigers, Ringwood. Fitzroy Doncaster, Northcote, Plenty Valley Dandenong, Hawthorn-Monash Uni Essendon, Essendon-Maribyrnong Park, Greenvale Kangaroos, Melton

Casey-South Melbourne, Frankston Peninsula.

Notwithstanding the above, the umpires shall have the powers to abandon or suspend play at any time at their discretion. No person is forced by Cricket Victoria to participate in any match and Clubs shall place no pressure on any participant if he/she considers withdrawing from any part of a match for health reasons.

*PARTIAL CANCELLATION Where applicable, the PCMT may choose to cancel 3rds & 4ths only or Women’s Premier Cricket only or 3rds, 4ths & all Women’s Premier Cricket only.

PREMIER CRICKET EXTREME CONDITIONS GUIDELINES Premier Rule 14.1, in particular 14.1.4 and 14.1.5, provides the prime guidance for the management of conditions during Premier Cricket matches. While this rule is generally considered to relate to the fitness of the ground, weather and light for play to continue, it equally applies to extremes of conditions such as heat, cold, wind and lightning which may make continuation of play dangerous. The Rule charges the Umpires with the responsibility to manage conditions and as such they are the final arbiters as to the fitness of conditions to allow play to continue. When a period of extreme temperature is forecast, the following issues need to be considered by all participants when dealing with the heat: - The conditions at each venue are to be assessed on a case by case basis - Umpires and clubs are encouraged to arrange extra drinks breaks (every 4-5 overs if necessary) and unrestricted drinks around the boundary for bowlers and at the fall of a wicket for fielders to assist with hydration. - Umpires and clubs are also encouraged to “manage” the availability of the extra 30 minutes of playing time available, eg the implementation of additional intervals. - Where possible, unrestricted interchange of substitute fielders shall be permitted. Umpires will be lenient in relation to Law 24 (re fielder leaving the field for more than 8 minutes not being permitted to bowl immediately). - Umpires are to ensure that all time delays associated with implementing heat mitigation measures

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are recorded as allowances when calculating over rates for the purpose of determining penalty overs (ie “On-Field Delays Allowance” is to be adjusted accordingly). The Umpires are required to do all within their power to facilitate play without compromising their responsibility in respect of “duty of care”. They are therefore required to balance all the factors and make a decision whether the conditions are fit for play and, if not satisfied that they are safe, suspend play until such time as they are. Any such decision by our Umpires in relation to extremes of temperature would be absolutely supported should it occur. 6

THE SPIRIT OF CRICKET

Cricket owes much of its appeal and enjoyment to the fact that it should be played not only according to the Laws, but also within the Spirit of Cricket. The major responsibility for ensuring fair play rests with the captains, but extends to all players, umpires and, especially in junior cricket, teachers, coaches and parents. Respect is central to the Spirit of Cricket: Respect your captain, team-mates, opponents and the authority of the umpires. Play hard and play fair. Accept the umpire’s decision. Create a positive atmosphere by your own conduct, and encourage others to do likewise. Show self-discipline, even when things go against you. Congratulate the opposition on their successes, and enjoy those of your own team. Thank the officials and your opposition at the end of the match, whatever the result. Cricket is an exciting game that encourages leadership, friendship and teamwork, which brings together people from different nationalities, cultures and religions, especially when played within the Spirit of Cricket. 7

SPIRIT OF CRICKET CLUB AWARD

The CV Board, Premier Cricket Management Team (PCMT) and Tribunal continue to be concerned with all aspects of player behaviour at all levels of the game. Premier Cricket’s “Spirit of Cricket Club Award” introduced prior to the 2003-04 season, provides something tangible for all Premier Clubs to strive for whilst upholding the traditions of our great game. The award goes to the clubs which contribute most to the Spirit of Cricket across all Premier grades, this involving the whole club in the process and expectations of the award. The “Spirit of Cricket Club Award” has no weighting of points (as in CV Club Championship), as it is considered just as important for all grades to adhere to and display the principles espoused in the Laws of Cricket and CV Player behaviour code. Each team receives as assessment by the umpires in each match, receiving a rating out of 10, based on: a) The captains acceptance of his responsibility for his/her players’ actions b) The teams adherence to the principles of “The Spirit of Cricket” including respect for team-mates, opponents and the umpire’s role and c) Co-operation of captains and players with and towards umpires and their role.

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There is a mandatory deduction of three points per match of actual suspension for each player or official found guilty by the CV Tribunal. Progressive ratings are circulated to clubs regularly an also appear on the Premier website after each round. It is expected that clubs will use the ratings to promptly address any issues that may arise during the season. Previous Winners: 2003-04 Ringwood 2004-05 Northcote 2005-06 Northcote 2006-07 Frankston Peninsula 2007-08 Melbourne 2008-09 Melbourne 2009-10 Casey-South Melbourne 2010-11 Essendon 2011-12 Richmond 2012-13 Melbourne Uni & Essendon MP 2013-14 Melbourne Uni & Essendon MP 2014-15 Frankston Peninsula & Essendon MP 2015-16 Carlton & Napoleons-Sebastopol 2016/17 Carlton & Napoleons-Sebastopol 8

PLAYER BEHAVIOUR

Traditionally, cricket has aimed to maintain the highest levels of player conduct and sportsmanship. While always a very competitive game, the continued strength of the sport has relied upon the acceptance of the umpire's decision and the preparedness to play within the spirit of the game. The areas of major concern which are unacceptable to Cricket Victoria are: • The use of offensive language, generally as a disparaging remark to an opposing player or towards an umpire, or as an expression of frustration or self-admonishment. This includes racial or religious vilification, which is any act that is reasonably likely to threaten, disparage, vilify, offend, insult, humiliate or intimidate another person or group based on race, religion, descent, colour or national or ethnic origin. • The questioning/disputing of the umpire's decision, often in an aggressive or sarcastic manner. This applies equally to dismissals and unsuccessful appeals as to the judgment of calls on no-balls, wides, byes, etc. • The excessive number of frivolous and ridiculous appeals, primarily aimed at pressuring and intimidating the umpire into a favourable decision. • The actions of the dismissed batsman in failing to leave the crease promptly on being given out, and equipment abuse (e.g. banging the bat into the ground or against the fence, or throwing the bat, gloves or equipment during or after his return to the pavilion). • Send offs to a dismissed batsman by the bowler or a member of the fielding side. This can often inflame the situation and lead to a more serious altercation. Whether or not such behaviour is evident in international or interstate cricket, or whether the language used is considered socially acceptable, is of little concern. The primary consideration is that cricket is played within the spirit and traditions of the game. There are two processes for reporting unsatisfactory behaviour: • Serious breaches (Level 1): where the umpires speak to a player regarding his behaviour but do not believe a report is necessary, the incident will be noted on the umpires’ match report and the player will receive a caution. If a player receives three such cautions in a season, they will be reported by the Premier Cricket Manager. (See Premier Rule 11.2 and following sections.) • Serious breaches of misbehaviour (Levels 2, 3, 4) will see the player immediately reported by the umpires. (Refer Premier Rule 11.1 and the section which follows: Serious Misbehaviour, and Bringing the game of cricket into disrepute). If a player is found guilty of an act of misconduct, they will be liable for suspension as determined by the CV tribunal.

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Unacceptable conduct The umpires shall take action with respect to any unacceptable conduct. There are four levels of offences. If either umpire considers that the conduct of a player at any time during the match is unacceptable, the umpire concerned shall call and signal ‘dead ball’. This call should delayed until the umpire is satisfied that it will not disadvantage the non-offending side. The umpire concerned shall report the matter to the other umpire and together they shall decide whether misconduct has occurred. If so, they shall determine into which of the levels the conduct falls, as set out in below, and apply the appropriate reporting procedures. Level 1 Any of the following actions by a player is a Level 1 offence: • Wilfully mistreating any part of the cricket ground, equipment or implements used in the match. This includes any action outside the course of normal cricket actions, such as hitting or kicking the wickets, and any action that intentionally or negligently results in damage to boundary fences, dressing room doors, mirrors, windows and other fixtures and fittings. • Showing dissent at an umpire’s decision by word or action. This includes: – excessive, obvious or inappropriate disappointment with an umpire’s decision – an obvious delay in resuming play or leaving the wicket – shaking the head – pointing or looking at the bat or body when given out – snatching cap from the umpire – indicating a referral to a ‘TV umpire’ by word or gesture – arguing or entering into a discussion with the umpire about the decision. • It is not a defence to show that the umpire made an incorrect decision. • Using language that, in the circumstances, is obscene, offensive or insulting, making an obscene gesture (includes audible or repetitious swearing, and obscene gestures which are not directed at another person, such as swearing in frustration at one’s own poor play or fortune. This offence is not intended to penalise trivial behaviour. When assessing the seriousness of the breach, the umpire shall take into account the context of the particular situation and whether the words or gesture are likely to be regarded as obscene, give offence, or insult another person) • Appealing excessively: advancing towards an umpire in an aggressive manner when appealing (including repeated appealing or celebrating or assuming a dismissal before the decision has been given. It is not intended to prevent loud or enthusiastic appealing). • Pointing or gesturing by a bowler or fielder to the batter upon dismissal. • Any other misconduct, the nature of which is, in the opinion of the umpires, equivalent to a Level 1 offence. Level 2 Any of the following actions by a player is a Level 2 offence: • Showing serious dissent at an umpire’s decision by word or action. Dissent, including those listed as a level 1 offence, are classified as serious when the conduct contains an element of anger or abuse that is directed at the umpire of umpire’s decision, or where there is excessive delay in resuming play or leaving the wicket or where there is persistent reference to the incident over time. It is not a defence to show that the umpire made an incorrect decision. • Making inappropriate and deliberate physical contact with another player. Cricket is a non-contact sport, and inappropriate physical contact of a serious nature will not be tolerated. Without limitation, players will breach this regulation if they deliberately walk or run into or shoulder another player. Accidental or genuinely unavoidable physical contact that occurs during the course of play shall not be considered an offence under this level. • Throwing the ball or any other item of cricket equipment at a player, umpire or another person in an inappropriate and dangerous manner. This offence does not prohibit a fielder or bowler from returning the ball to the stumps in the normal fashion.

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• Using language or gesturing to another player, umpire, team official or spectator that, in the circumstances, is obscene or of a serious insulting nature (It is acknowledged that there will be verbal exchanges between players in the course of play. Rather than seeking to eliminate these exchanges entirely, umpires will report conduct that falls below an acceptable standard. This offence is not intended to penalise trivial behaviour. When assessing the seriousness of the breach, the umpire shall take into account the context of the particular situation and whether the words or gesture are likely to be regarded as obscene, give offence, or insult another person. • Or any other misconduct, the nature of which is, in the opinion of the umpires, equivalent to a Level 2 offence. Level 3 Any of the following actions by a player is a Level 3 offence: • Intimidation or attempted intimidation an umpire by language, behaviour or gesture. • Threatening to assault a player or any other person except an umpire. • Using language or gestures that offend, insult, humiliate, intimidate, threaten, disparage or vilify another person on the basis of that person’s race, religion, gender, colour, descent, sexuality or national or ethnic origin. Level 4 Any of the following actions by a player is a Level 4 offence: • Threatening to assault an umpire. • Making inappropriate and deliberate physical contact with an umpire. • Physically assaulting a player or any other person. • Committing any other act of violence. • Using language or gesture to another player, umpire, team official or spectator that, in the circumstances, is obscene or of a serious insulting nature. It is acknowledged that there will be verbal exchanges between players in the course of play. Rather than seeking to eliminate these exchanges entirely, umpires will report conduct that falls below an acceptable standard. This offence is not intended to penalise trivial behaviour. When assessing the seriousness of the breach, the umpire will take into account the context of the particular situation and whether the words or gesture are likely to be regarded as obscene, give offence, or insult another person. • Where the facts of the alleged incident are not adequately or clearly covered by any of the above offences, conduct at any time that is contrary to the spirit of the game, unbecoming of a representative or official, could be harmful to the interests of cricket, or does or could bring the game of cricket into disrepute. (This is intended to be a catch-all provision to cover all types of misconduct of a serious nature that is not (and because of its nature, cannot be) adequately covered by the specific offences set out elsewhere in this Code of Conduct.) Action by Umpires Level 1 If a Level 1 offence is committed, the umpires shall together inform the offending player’s captain that an offence at this Level has occurred and that the offending player will be mentioned under Rule 11.2 Minor Misbehaviour. Level 2 If such an offence is committed, the umpires together shall inform the offending player’s captain that an offence at this Level has occurred and that the offending player will be reported under Rule 11.1 Serious Misbehaviour. Level 3 If a Level 3 offence is committed, the following action will be taken: - The umpire shall call Time, if necessary. - The umpires together will inform the offending player’s captain that a Level 3 offence has occurred, and that the offending player will be reported under Rule 11.1 Serious Misbehaviour. - The umpires will direct the captain to remove the offending player immediately from the field of play, as follows:

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• In a match where the innings are not limited to a number of overs, the player shall be suspended from the field of play for 10 overs. • In a match where the innings are limited to a number of overs, the player shall be suspended for one fifth of the number of overs allocated to the current innings at its commencement. If, in calculating the length of the suspension, a part-over results, it shall be considered to be whole over. Any deliveries remaining in the over in progress at the time of suspension shall not count towards the overs for which the player is suspended. • If the offending player is a fielder, no substitute shall be allowed for them. The offending player may return to the field of play after serving the period of suspension, and may bowl immediately. • If a bowler is suspended mid-over, that over must be completed by another, who shall not have bowled the previous over nor shall he/she bowl the next over. • If the offending player is a not out batsman, they will be replaced by another member of his/ her team. The offending player may return to bat after having served the suspension, but only at the fall of a wicket. If no batsman is available to bat during a batsman’s suspension, the innings is completed. If the offending player does not continue their innings for whatever reason, they are to be recorded as Retired – Not Out. • If the offending player is a dismissed member of the batting side, the period of suspension will not commence until the start of the next innings. Furthermore, in these circumstances, the offending player may not act as a runner during the innings when he/she was suspended. • Any overs remaining to be served from a suspension shall be carried forward to the next and subsequent innings of the match. A part over at the end of the innings shall not count towards the overs for which the player is suspended. - As soon as possible, the umpire shall: • award 5 penalty runs to the opposing team, and signal this to the scorers • signal the Level 3 penalty to the scorers • call Play. Level 4 If a Level 4 offence is committed, the following shall be implemented. - The umpire shall call Time, if necessary. - The umpires together shall inform the offending player’s captain that an offence at this Level has occurred and that the offending player will be reported under Rule 11.1 Serious Misbehaviour. - The umpires shall instruct the captain to remove the offending player immediately from the field of play for the remainder of the match, and shall apply the following: • If the offending player is a fielder, no substitute shall be allowed for him/her. They are to be recorded as Retired – Out at the commencement of any subsequent innings in which their team is the batting side. • If a bowler is suspended mid-over, that over must be completed by a player who did not bowl the previous over, and who may not bowl the next over. • If the offending player is a batsman and has not been dismissed, they are to be recorded as Retired – Out in the current innings and in any subsequent innings in which their team is the batting side. If no further batsman is available to bat, the innings is completed. • As soon as possible, the umpire shall: • award 5 penalty runs to the opposing team, and signal this to the scorers • signal the Level 4 penalty to the scorers • call Play. The recruitment and retention of umpires has become increasingly difficult and it is certainly not being made any easier by the regularly unacceptable levels of player conduct. Few people are willing to continually subject themselves to the childish behaviour and offensive language which is too frequently prevalent on and beyond the cricket field. All players can play a role in raising the general standard of umpiring and the level of experience within the Premier Cricket umpiring panel by lifting their personal level of behaviour and allowing the umpires to concentrate on those aspects of the game for which they are most responsible.

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Umpires have been instructed to take a firm stance on player misconduct, especially offensive language and disputing decisions. ALL PLAYERS SHOULD BE AWARE OF THE STANDARDS EXPECTED BY CRICKET VICTORIA. ANY PLAYER CALLED TO APPEAR BEFORE THE TRIBUNAL CAN EXPECT LITTLE SYMPATHY AND, IF FOUND GUILTY, A PERIOD OF SUSPENSION. It is the responsibility of everyone involved with Premier cricket — club officials, team captains and especially the players — to ensure that the levels of conduct and sportsmanship traditionally inherent in the game are maintained 9

REPORTED PLAYERS

Anumpire may lodge a report with the PCMT of any player, official, member or employee of any Premier Club who engages in misbehaviour or brings the game of cricket into disrepute. Upon receipt of a report lodged by an umpire the PCMT shall, on behalf of CV. a) (i) lay a charge against the reported player for misbehaviour of bringing the game into disrepute (ii) notify the reported player and his/her club that a charge has been made against the reported person: and

(iii) nominate the date and time of the hearing of that charge or

b) In consultations with the CV Tribunal, offer a reported player a one-match suspension without a hearing. The acceptance of a penalty of suspension from playing in one CV match shall be lodged in writing with the PCMT not later than 12.00pm on the day after the PCMT has made such an offer to the reported player or his club. If a notice of acceptance is not properly lodged the CV Tribunal may elect to hear the charge. 9

CV RACIAL AND RELIGIOUS HARRASSMENT POLICY

Cricket Victoria is strongly committed to ensuring that all Club players, officials and members, umpires and other representatives are able to participate in cricket in an environment free of racial and religious harassment. Racial or religious harassment at any level of our cricket, both on and off the field of play, will not be tolerated under any circumstances. Club officials and members have a responsibility to create and maintain a playing environment in which participants feel comfortable and where people respect and tolerate the rights, views and opinions of others. For more information, refer to the Cricket Victoria website (under “Member Protection Policy”) where the complete policy and procedures appear.

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VICTORIAN SUB-DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION VSDCA

Chairman: Phil O'Meara

Deputy Chairman: Dr. Geoffrey Hart

Secretary: Ken Hilton PO Box 7391, Beaumaris VIC 3193 T: 9584 6563 M: 0418 698 022 E: vsdca@asn.cricketvictoria.com.au

Treasurer:

David Anning PO Box 142 Endeavour Hills 3802 T: 9708.1232 E: davidswans@hotmail.com @SubbiesCricket

GROUND LOCATIONS 1ST & 2ND XIs

ALTONA

Frank Kirk Oval - Grant Reserve – Civic Parade, Altona

BALWYN

Gordon Barnard Reserve - Balwyn Road, Balwyn North

BAYSWATER

Bayswater Oval - Bayswater Road, Bayswater

BOX HILL

Box Hill City Oval - Whitehorse Road, Box Hill

BRIGHTON

Brighton Beach Oval - South Road, Brighton Beach

BRUNSWICK

AG Gillon Oval - Pearson Street, Brunswick

CAULFIELD

Caulfield Park - Balaclava Road, Caulfield North

COBURG

Coburg City Oval - Harding Street, Coburg

CROYDON

Croydon Park Oval - Hewish Road, Croydon

ELSTERNWICK

Elsternwick Park (No.1 Oval) - Glenhuntly Road, Elsternwick

ENDEAVOUR HILLS

Sydney Pargeter Reserve - Power Road, Endeavour Hills

HOPPERS CROSSING

Hogans Road Reserve (No 1 Oval) – Hogans Road, Hoppers Crossing

IVANHOE

Ivanhoe Park - The Boulevard, Ivanhoe

KEW

Victoria Park (North Oval) - High Street, Kew

MALVERN

Malvern Cricket Ground - High Street, Malvern

MELTON

MacPherson Park (No. 1 Oval) - Coburns Road, Melton

MOORABBIN

Moorleigh Community Village - Bignell Road, Bentleigh East

MT. WAVERLEY

Mt. Waverley Reserve - Charles Street, Mt.Waverley

NOBLE PARK

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OAKLEIGH

Warrawee Park Oval - Warrigal Road, Oakleigh

ORMOND

EE Gunn Reserve - Malane Street, Ormond

PLENTY VALLEY

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PRESTON

Preston City Oval - Cramer Street, Preston

ST BERNARD’S OLD COLLEGIANS

Murphy Oval - Gate 8 Hampton Road, Essendon

TAYLORS LAKES

Lionheart Reserve - Lionheart Avenue, Taylors Lakes

WERRIBEE

Chirnside Park - Watton Street, Werribee

WILLIAMSTOWN

Williamstown Cricket Ground - Morris Street, Williamstown

YARRAVILLE

Yarraville Oval - Williamstown Road, Yarraville

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CLUB SECRETARIES 2017-18 Club

Secretary

Address

Mobile

ALTONA

Christine Howard

PO Box 193, Altona 3018

0405 183 951

BALWYN

Alex Young

PO Box 424, Balwyn 3103

0438 553 527

BAYSWATER

Jane Zaal

PO Box 2136, Bayswater 3153

0423 460 002

BOX HILL

Stephen Wotherspoon

PO Box 5076, Laburnum 3130

0417 274 166

BRIGHTON

Russell Stocker

PO Box 9198, Brighton 3186

0457 730 009

BRUNSWICK

Ian Moss

PO Box 9, Brunswick West 3055

0407 910 078

CAULFIELD

Alex Bodycoat

PO Box 2320, Caulfield Junction 3161

0428 868 026

COBURG

Andrew Hart

PO Box 61, Coburg 3058

0411 372 782

CROYDON

Julie Doherty

PO Box 461, Croydon 3136

0413 263 557

ELSTERNWICK

Bryan Hammer

PO Box 741, Elsternwick 3185

0408 306 595

ENDEAVOUR HILLS

David Anning

HOPPERS CROSSING

Brad Waring

PO Box 1292, Hoppers Crossing 3029

0439 911 412

IVANHOE

Trevor Wills

8 Jamison Court, Yallambie 3085

0400 692 868

KEW

Ben Smith

57 Robb Street, Essendon 3040

0412 122 362

MALVERN

John Nethersole

PO Box 29, Malvern 3144

0406 335 819

MELTON

Ivanka Gale

PO Box 1480, West Melton 3337

0400 657 310

MOORABBIN

Peter Ciavarella

PO Box 2242, Moorabbin 3189

0405 384 088

MOUNT WAVERLEY

Stephen Golding

PO Box 2551, Mount Waverly 3149

0411 696 817

NOBLE PARK

Colin Brown

PO Box 395, Noble Park 3174

0435 304 537

OAKLEIGH

Jatin Shah

P.O. Box 2132, Oakleigh 3166

0433 317 667

ORMOND

Mathew Cousins

P.O. Box 57, Ormond 3204

0414 348 259

PLENTY VALLEY

Dianne Herman

PO Box 15, Yarrambat 3091

0414 943 000

PRESTON

Penny Wigginton

ST BERNARD’S OC

Alex Turner

PO Box 369, Niddrie 3042

0412 815 816

TAYLORS LAKES

Luke Harrison

PO Box 47, Taylors Lakes 3038

0433 227 474

WERRIBEE

Sean Molloy

P.O. Box 337, Werribee 3030

0419 387 402

WILLIAMSTOWN

Jordan Doyle

YARRAVILLE

George Shaw

9708 1232

0409 948 271

0403 210 709 P.O. Box 166, Yarraville 3013

0422 892 308

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VICTORIAN METROPOLITAN CRICKET UNION President: Administrator:

Treasurer: Bruce Dowland E: bruce.dowland@vmcu.org.au Patron: TBA

Mark Keating E: mark.keating@vmcu.org.au www.vmcu.org.au Rodney Patterson 60 Bertrand Ave, Mulgrave 3170 M: 0408 088 580 E: rodney.patterson@vmcu.org.au

WEST METRO

REGION 9

Director: CHRIS HATZISTAVROU Email: chatz62@gmail.com Phone: 0410 431 375

Chairperson: VANESSA PEREIRA

NORTH WEST METRO Director: BERNARD MORROW Email: bpmorrow@bigpond.net.au Phone: 0417 346 913 NORTH METRO Director: BILL WISE Email: bwise@slv.vic.gov.au Phone: 0478 319 770 INNER SOUTH EAST METRO Director: PETER CIAVARELLA Email: pmcia_1@icloud.com Phone: 0405 384 088 INNER EAST METRO Director: DENNIS BUTLER Email: dennisbutler5@hotmail.com Phone: 0414 446 173 OUTER EAST METRO Director: PAT MEEHAN Email: pcmeehan@bigpond.net.au Phone: 0413 569 144 SOUTH EAST BAYSIDE Director: PHIL COX Email: philcox27@msn.com Phone: 0412 563 565 OUTER SOUTH METRO Director: MICK HAWKING Email: hawkingmichael52@gmail.com Phone: 0427 741 415 BY INVITATION | VTCA Director: ZORAN HAVRANEK Email: zoranh2@optusnet.com.au Phone: 0412 084 283 130

REGION 10 Chairperson: ANTHONY ISAACS REGION 11 Chairperson: IRMA NAPOLITANO

REGION 12 Chairperson: IAN CRAWFORD

REGION 13 Chairperson: DICK MENTING

REGION 14 Chairperson: DAVID BEATTY

REGION 15 Chairperson: PETER FITCHETT

REGION 16 Chairperson: ROSS HEPBURN


SECRETARIES AFFILIATED ASSOCIATIONS 2017-18 Australian Cricket Society WAYNE ROSS

PO Box 4528, Langwarrin VIC 3910

0416 983 888

Box Hill Reporter District Cricket Association MICHAEL VAN ZUYDEN

31 Power Street, Croydon North VIC 3136

0413 830 904

Cricket Southern Bayside WARREN GRIFFIN

86 Jolimont Street, Jolimont VIC 3002

0421 616 807

Dandenong District Cricket Association RAY NICHOLLS

Po Box 520, Dandenong VIC 3175

0416 191 526

Diamond Valley Cricket Association SEAN WINSTONE

20 Nundroo Crescent, Wollert VIC 3750

0431 708 874

Eastern Cricket Association RODNEY PATTERSON

60 Bertrand Ave, Mulgrave VIC 3170

0437 146 446

Harmony In Cricket HUSSAIN HANIF

86 Jolimont Street, Jolimont VIC 3002

0420 781 823

Inner South East Cricket NEIL DALY

24 Alward Avenue, Clayton South VIC 3169 0428 794 002

Melbourne All Abilities Cricket Association BILL STAFFORD

5 Faraday Street, Boronia, VIC, 3155

0400 442 050

Melton Junior Cricket Association CHRIS PLEITNER

PO Box 765, Melton VIC 3337

0448 675 662

Mercantile Cricket Association DAVID MCNAMARA

7 Surrey Street, Bentleigh East VIC 3165

0423 405 511

Mid Year Cricket Association ALAN HALE

Po Box 5303 Clayton VIC 3168

0402 307 492

Northern Metropolitan Cricket Association NEIL RILEY

5 Vincent Court, Greensborough VIC 3088

0448 513 689

North West Metropolitan Cricket Association ROBERT BYRON

9 Hillcrest Road, Oak Park VIC 3046

0422 626 944

North West South League JAGRAJ DHALIWAL

13 Darrington Court, Mill Park VIC 3082

0451 120 576

Ringwood & District Cricket Association IAN SPENCER

17 Cambridge Close, Croydon Hills VIC 3136 0417 338 488

South East Cricket Association PHILLIP O'CALLAGHAN

PO Box 126, Bentleigh VIC 3204

0421 701 465

Veterans Cricket Victoria JOEL MCGLYNN

10a Billson Street, Brighton East VIC 3187

0414 810 156

Victorian Blind Cricket Association NICHOLAS PEPPER

42 Mountfield Street, Brunswick, VIC 3056

0403 490 619

Victorian Police Cricket Club KIERAN RODGERS Victorian Sunday Cricket Association CHARAKA KARIYAWASAM Victorian Turf Cricket Association DEANNE TREWIN Western Region Junior Cricket Association DEBRA KEATING Western Suburbs Churches & Community Cricket Association GEOFF GOOK Williamstown & Districts Cricket Association ALAN HALE

0417 240 692 9 Swaran Close, Rowville VIC 3178

0424 677 272

PO Box 4144, Hoppers Crossing VIC 3029

0417 055 726

Po Box 227, Williamstown VIC 3016

0402 980 737

83 Wattle Avenue, Werribee VIC 3030

0407 342 607

PO Box 227, Williamstown VIC 3016

0402 307 492

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VICTORIAN COUNTRY CRICKET LEAGUE President: W.D. Riches “Derrimut” 465, Ondit-Warrion Rd, Warrion 3249 Tel: 5234 8492 warrenr@bordernet.com.au

Secretary:

K.W. Thompson 45 Monbulk-Seville Rd, Seville 3139 Tel: 5964 4555 Bus: 9801 4773 Fax: 9801 5361 Mob: 0408 353 076 vcclsecretary@bigpond.com

ViceT. Harling Presidents: PO Box 535 , Bendigo 3552 Mob: 0429 950 954 t.harling@bendigo.vic.gov.au

Assistant Secretary:

W.J. Williams PO Box 363, Echuca 3564 Tel: 5482 3089 Mob: 0428 865 036

Treasurer:

K.R. White 109 Walker St, Cobden 3266 Tel: 5595 1183 Mob: 0429 921 876 Fax: 5595 2283 kwh84567@bigpond.net.au

Delegate to VCA: Delegate to VSDCA: Playing Rules Committee: Honorary Auditor: Honorary Solicitor: VSDCA Delegate to VCCL:

J.F. O’Brien PO Box 256, Cranbourne 3977 Tel: 5998 2366 Mob: 0435 130 578 johnfob3977@gmail.com

Administration M.K. Atkins Manager: PO Box 12, Kinglake 3763 Mob: 0409 798 994 vccl@asn.cricketvictoria.com.au

K.W. Thompson; W.D Riches (alt) K.W. Thompson E.W. Parker; K.R. White; K.W. Thompson; T. Harling I. Hosking CPA A. Splatt P. O'Mera

VCCL LIFE MEMEBRS

W.J. Stubbs OBE (Ballarat, 1939) A.D. Freedman (Castlemaine, 1946) W.J. Golding (Donald, 1951) W. Glasscock (Lang Lang, 1958) F.P. Just (Geelong, 1959) R.E. Davey (Hamilton, 1963) E.C. Kirton B.E.M. (Ballarat, 1963) A.V. Rankin (Dimboola, 1963) E.J. Cleary (Benalla, 1972) W.H. Heinz (Ballarat, 1974) H.F.W. Lightfoot M.B.E. (Shepparton, 1977) A.R. Cardwell (Morwell, 1977) J.L.C. Young (Hamilton, 1978) L. Dunkley-Smith (Ballarat, 1981)

R. Salter (Bendigo, 1983) T.C. Trewin (Benalla, 1984) R.F. Merriman (Geelong, 1988) K.T. Sherwill (Benalla, 1995) E.W. Parker (Geelong, 2000) G.M. McRae (Ballarat, 2001) K.J. Ryan (Geelong, 2003) A.B. Wrigglesworth (Sale, Maffra, 2004) B.R. Weightman (Sunraysia, 2005) W.E. Foley (Mornington Peninsula, 2006). W.D. Riches (Colac, 2011) K.W. Thompson (Yarra Valley, 2012). W.J. Williams (Echuca, 2015) K.R. White (Cobden, 2015)

R.F. MERRIMAN SERVICE AWARD

(For meritorious contributions to the conduct of VCCL programs and competitions) 2000 V. Cahill (Ballarat) 2001 M. Roberts (Cobden) 2002 K.T. Sherwill (Benalla) 2003 K.T. Sherwill (Benalla) 2004 N. Reeves (Ferntree Gully) 2005 W. Chisholm (Murray Valley)

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2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

P. McAninly (Alberton) K. Myers (Hamilton) J. Donegan (Casterton) G. Freshwater (Central) G. Underwood (Kyabram) L. Norquay (Bellarine Peninsula)

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

J. Hewitt (Bendigo) C. Russell (Hamilton) I. Wright (Warrnambool) J. Wallace (West Gippsland) J. McDonald (Grassmere) A. Owen (Tocumwal)


VCCL SECRETARIES AFFILIATED ASSOCIATIONS 2017-18 Alberton

Gavin Watt, 368 Gelliondale Road, Alberton West, VIC 3971

0408 841 353

Bairnsdale

Brad Mitchell, PO Box 343, Bairnsdale, VIC 3875

0400 741 835

Ballarat

Greg Qakeling, BCA Administration Building, 1 Ebden Street, Ballarat, VIC 3350

0407 244 467

Bellarine Peninsula

Paul Madden, PO Box 577, Ocean Grove, VIC 3226

0458 500 801

Bendigo District

Travis Harling, PO Box 535, Bendigo, VIC 3552

0429 950 954

Castlemaine & District

Ian Garsted, PO Box 11, Newstead, VIC 3462

0408 143 454

Central Gippsland

Sarah Prime, PO Box 3340, Gippsland Mail Centre, VIC 3841

0429 190 816

Colac & District

Dave Treweek, 2 Ricstan Crt, Elliminyt, VIC 3250

0408 327 849

Cricket Albury Wodonga John McMillan, PO Box 68, Albury, NSW 2640

0408 477 457

Daylesford & District

Mark Bishop, PO Box 603, Daylesford, VIC 3460

0433 184 070

Emu Valley

Wayne Combridge, 62 McIvor Forest Dr, Junortoun, VIC 3551

0417 574 156

Ferntree Gully & District Steve Brown, PO Box 134, Ferntree Gully, VIC 3156

0402 088 999

Geelong

Gay Goodman, 370 Mooroobool Street, Geelong, VIC 3220

0419 873 356

Gisborne & District

Simon Ovenden, 24 McCrae St,Maddingley, VIC 3340

0409 164 852

Goulburn Murray

Cam Kevin, PO Box 15, Echuca, VIC 3565

0438 468 013

Grampians

Craig Marrow, PO Box 299 Stawell, VIC 3380

0400 864 887

Grassmere

John Parkinson, PO Box 903, Warrnambool, VIC 3280

0437 794 778

Grenville

Adam Couch, 36 Ivanhoe St, Wendouree, VIC 3355

0423 341 343

Hamilton & District

Lloyd Ilett, PO Box 667, Hamilton, VIC 3300

0409 978 650

Horsham

Darren Chesterfield, PO Box 453, Horsham, VIC 3400

0439 821 763

Kandy Sports Club

Frank Ekenaike, 525-527 Hamond Road, Dandenong, VIC 3125

(03) 8791 7930

Leongatha & District

Gary Adams, 19 Bidge Street, Korumburra, VIC 3950

0407 040 125

Mansfield Junior

Mark Ritchie, PO Box 365, Mansfield, VIC 3722

0402 247 951

Maryborough & District

Peter Humphries, PO Box 336, Maryborough, VIC 3465

0447 080 521

Mornington Peninsula

Ian Benson, PO Box 482, Hastings, VIC 3915

0401 038 099

Mount Gambier

Ken Fowles, 48 Penola Rd, Mount Gambier, SA 5290

0427 123 494

Murray Valley

Michael Burton Snr., PO Box 176, Finley, NSW 2713

0429 300 412

Northern District

John Arthur, 105 Channel Street Cohuna, VIC 3568

0408 99 7705

Northern United

Ash Austin, 28 Watson Ave, Eaglehawk, VIC 3556

0427 171 082

Ouyen & District

Riley O’Connor, 59 Farrell Street, Ouyen, VIC 3490

(03) 5092 1370

Portland & District

Rebekah Payne, PO Box 474, Portland, VIC 3305

(03) 5523 8444

Red Cliffs

Paul Herrick, PO Box 838, Red Cliffs, VIC 3498

0438 556 081

Robinvale & District

Daryl McClure, PO Box 208, Robinvale, VIC 3549

0427 263 056

Rutherglen Junior

Sam Carter, Unit 1/131 Murray St,Rutherglen, VIC. 3687

0420 364 094

Sale-Maffra

Ross McMillan, PO Box 1017, Sale, VIC. 3850

0412 106 579

Seymour District

Fiona Tarran, PO Box 285, Seymour, VIC 3661

0409 522 783

Shepparton

Jenny Mears, PO Box 501, Shepparton, VIC 3632

0487 182 738

South West

Grant Myers, 22 Robinson Street, Camperdown, VIC 3260

0427 312 909

Sunraysia

Peter Hahn, PO Box 6166, Mildura West, VIC 3501

0427 291 884

Swan Hill District

Matt Edwards, PO Box 740, Swan Hill, VIC 3585

0439 772 990

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Traralgon & District

Gavin Foenander, PO Box 630, Traralgon, VIC 3844

0418 594 691

Tumbarumba District

Michael Kirkman, Lt 21-22 Albury Street, Tumbarumba, NSW 2563

(02) 6948 3963

Upper Loddon

Michael Rose, Market Street, Inglewood, VIC 3517

(03) 5438 3169

Veterans Cricket Victoria Joel McGlynn, 10A Billson Street, Brighton East, VIC 3187

0414 810 156

Wangaratta & District

Prue Holmes, PO Box 702, Wangaratta, VIC 3676

0488 530 645

Warragul & District

Peter Flahavin,160 Paynters Rd, Hill End, VIC 3825

0427 613 080

Warrnambool & District Michael Harrison, PO Box 1416, Warrnambool, VIC 3280

0427 651 666

West Gippsland

Shane Dalton, Unit 2/7 Myora Crt, Chadstone, VIC 3148

0414 107 094

West Wimmera

Trevor James, 16 Campbell Stree, Nhill, VIC 3418

(03) 5391 3462

Wimmera/Mallee

Gary Fernandez, 115 Jamouneau St Warracknabeal, VIC 3393

(03) 5398 2599

Yarra Valley

Keith Thompson, PO Box 418, Lilydale, VIC 3140

0408 353 076

MELBOURNE COUNTRY WEEK

19 FEBRUARY 2018 TO 23 FEBRUARY 2018

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DATE Sat 04 - Sun 05 Nov Wed 08 - Sat 11 Nov Wed 15 - Sat 18 Nov Thu 23 - Mon 27 Nov Sat 02 - Wed 06 Dec Sat 09 - Sun 10 Dec Thu 14 - Mon 18 Dec Test Tue 26 - Sat 30 Dec Thu 04 - Mon 08 Jan Thu 11 Jan ODI Sun 14 Jan Fri 19 Jan Sun 21 Jan Fri 26 Jan Sun 28 Jan Fri 02 Feb Sat 03 Feb Wed 07 Feb T20I Sat 10 Feb Fri 16 Feb Wed 21 Feb Thu 22 Feb - Fri 30 Mar

VE N U E v WA XI England XI v CA XI England XI v CA XI England XI v Australia England v Australia England v WA England XI v Australia England v Australia England v Australia England v Tour England XI v Australia England v Australia England v Australia England v Australia England v Australia England v PM’s XI England v Australia New Zealand v Australia England v Australia England v New Zealand Australia I - T20 Final Aust Tour of South Africa

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WOMEN’S

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Sun 22 Oct

Australia v England

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Thu 26 Oct

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Sun 29 Oct

Australia v England

Coffs Harbour (3rd ODI)

Thu 09 - Sun 12 Nov

Australia v England

N Sydney (Test)

Fri 17 Nov

Australia v England

N Sydney (1st T20)

Sun 19 Nov

Australia v England

Canberra (2nd T20)

Tue 21 Nov

Australia v England

Canberra (3rd T20)


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WNCL 2017-2018

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Fri 06 Oct

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Tasmania

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Sat 25 Nov

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Murdoch Uni, Perth

Sun 26 Nov

New South Wales

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Mon 27 Nov

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Mon 27 Nov

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Fri 16 Feb

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New South Wales

Fri 16 Feb

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Fri 16 Feb

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AB Field

Sat 17 Feb

Blacktown Adelaide Oval #2 Manuka Adelaide Oval #2 Manuka Blacktown Adelaide Oval #2 Frankston MCG

Frankston MCG Murdoch Uni, Perth Lindisfarne

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Sun 18 Feb

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Sun 18 Feb

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Sun 18 Feb

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WBBL | 03 2017-2018

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Fri 29 Sep

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Sun 01 Oct

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Mon 02 Oct

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South Australia

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Tue 10 Oct

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Queensland

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Victoria

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Fri 13 Oct

CA XI

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Fri 13 Oct

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Sun 15 Oct

South Australia

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Hurstville Oval (SYD) Drummoyne Oval (SYD) Bankstown Oval (SYD) North Sydney Oval (SYD)

Thu 19 Oct

JLT One-Day Cup Elimination Final

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Sat 21 Oct

JLT One-Day Cup Final

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JLT SHEFFIELD SHIELD 2017-2018

DAT E

HOME

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Sat 04 - Tue 07 Nov

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South Australia

Sat 04 - Tue 07 Nov

New South Wales

v

Western Australia

Sat 04 - Tue 07 Nov

Tasmania

v

Queensland

Mon 13 - Thu 16 Nov

Victoria

v

Tasmania

Mon 13 - Thu 16 Nov

Queensland

v

New South Wales

Mon 13 - Thu 16 Nov

Adelaide MCG TBC Blundstone MCG AB Field

Western Australia

v

South Australia

Thu 23 - Sun 26 Nov

South Australia

v

Tasmania

Fri 24 - Mon 27 Nov

New South Wales

v

Victoria

Fri 24 - Mon 27 Nov

Western Australia

v

Queensland

Sun 03 - Wed 06 Dec

Victoria

v

Western Australia

Sun 03 - Wed 06 Dec

New South Wales

v

Tasmania

Sun 03 - Wed 06 Dec

Queensland

v

South Australia

Thu 08 - Sun 11 Feb

Queensland

v

Tasmania

Thu 08 - Sun 11 Feb

South Australia

v

Victoria

Thu 08 - Sun 11 Feb

Western Australia

v

New South Wales

WACA

Fri 16 - Mon 19 Feb

Tasmania

v

Western Australia

Blundstone

Fri 16 - Mon 19 Feb

Victoria

v

Queensland

TBC

Fri 16 - Mon 19 Feb

New South Wales

v

South Australia

SCG

Sat 24 - Tue 27 Feb

Tasmania

v

New South Wales

Sat 24 -Tue 27 Feb

Western Australia

v

Victoria

South Australia

v

Queensland

Sat 03 - Tue 06 Mar

Victoria

v

New South Wales

Tue 06 - Fri 09 Mar

Tasmania

v

South Australia

Tue 06 - Fri 09 Mar

Sun 25 - Wed 28 Feb

WACA Adelaide TBC WACA MCG TBC Cazaly Stadium Gabba Adelaide

Blundstone WACA Adelaide St Kilda Blundstone

Queensland

v

Western Australia

Wed 14 - Sat 17 Mar

Tasmania

v

Victoria

Wed 14 - Sat 17 Mar

New South Wales

v

Queensland

TBC

Wed 14 - Sat 17 Mar

South Australia

v

Western Australia

TBC

Fri 23 - Tue 27 Mar

JLT Sheffield Shield Final

Gabba Blundstone

TBC

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v ACT

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Victoria v Western Australia

Junction Oval (MEL)

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South Australia v New South Wales

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Gabba

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