Carnegie CC Welcomes 2 New Life Members

Last night Carnegie CC welcomed two new Life Members, Joan Dempster and David Morrissey. Both pictured here with President Luke Meyer.

Joan Dempster: Joan has been the clubs most loyal supporter for the past 20+ years. Joan has rarely missed a social function in all of those years and is still a regular down watching Carnegie CC matches both home and away. Joan has also made afternoon teas for the first XI for over 10 years, this has been a great support to all 1st XI skippers over this time. Most players who have been playing at the Neg for many years would consider Joan their grandmother. Well done Joan on this great achievement.

David Morrissey: Dave started playing cricket at Carnegie at the age of 14 and is still playing today, he is still wearing the first XI premiership medallion from last season! Over these 20+ years of service Dave has served many of these years on the committee, the past two season’s as Vice President. Dave has previously been 1st XI captain and has played in multiple premierships whilst at the club. Dave has been a long time 1st XI player as a keeper/batsman and will play his 300th game for the club this season. Dave also designed the clubs website and is heavily involved behind the scenes. Well done to Dave on the great achievement.

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UK Recruit Signs for Season 2017-18

Tom Murphy is making his way from the UK to partner Tatsat opening the bowling in our 1st XI. Tom is a tall, young fast bowler with a big future. See his bio below:

“Tom Murphy is a promising up and coming seamer who is another of the Glamorgan Academy players that is looking to head away for his 1st season down under. Tom has represented Wales age groups in the one day and three-day county competitions. He currently plays for Ammanford CC in the South Wales premier league.

Last summer Murphy was named “Ammanford 1st XI team player of the year”, and the summer before that he was named “Glamorgan Academy most promising player”. This was a huge honor for Tom and really put cricket on his radar and grew his love for the game. He is currently a member of the Wales minor county side and will be looking to represent them in all competitions this year”.

Lets all get behind Tom when he arrives in Australia.

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Tatsat Re-Signs for Season 2017-18

Carnegie Cricket Club is pleased to announce the re-signing of The “Gujarat Express” Tatsat Brahmbhatt. Tatsat joined Carnegie CC last season as seriously quick opening bowler and he certainly delivered last season in our premiership winning CSB 1st XI. With figures of 28 wickets @ 13.79 (best bowling of 4/9). Tatsat was also a handy all rounder scoring nearly 300 runs @ 20.00. Week in week out Tatsat had opposition batsman jumping around with his fast pace bowling. Tatsat will be a vital cog in the 1st XI’s promotion to CSB Championship division.

More announcements to come shortly.

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Abhi Sharma Re-Signs for Season 2017/18

Hard hitting batsman Abhi Sharma has re-signed with Carnegie CC for the coming season. Abhi made 549 runs last season in our premiership winning CSB first XI with an average of 34.31. Abhi will be an integral part of the first XI with our promotion to CSB Championship Division. Abhi has also accepted an assistant coaching role with the club for this season.

More announcements to come shortly.

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Senior Pre-Season Dates Announced

Hi All

It is time to increase your fitness for the coming season as the pre-season will begin shortly. The Carnegie CC pre-season is a long and very structured with a mix of sessions based on skills and fitness. The CCC pre-season is longer than most other clubs pre-season’s, so be prepared.

The pre-season this year is more important than ever with CCC moving into the top division this coming season. This will require players at all levels to get on board if lift the standard even higher. Last season we won 2 senior premierships and adding to these most of our sides made the finals so we need to aim even higher this season.

The venue for the indoor sessions will Sandown Indoor Sports Centre 2 Brough Street Springvale North. The outdoor sessions will be at Koornang Park Carnegie.

We still have some extra fitness sessions, practice matches and fitness tests dates to be confirmed, these will be added to the list here when finalised.

Sunday 23rd July 9.45am-12pm Indoor

Sunday 30th July 9.45am-12pm Indoor

Thursday 3rd August 6.45pm -9.00pm Indoor

Sunday 6th August 9.45-12.00pm Indoor

Thursday 10th August 6.45pm-9.00pm Indoor

Sunday 13th August 9.45am-12.00pm Indoor

Thursday 17th August 6.45pm-9.00pm Indoor

Sunday 20th August 9.45am-12.00pm Indoor

Thursday 24th August 6.45pm-9.00pm Indoor

Sunday 27th August 9.45am-12.00pm Indoor

Thursday 31st August 6.45pm-9.00pm Indoor

Sunday 3rd Sept 9.45am-12.00pm Indoor

Thursday 7th Sept 6.45-9.00pm Indoor

Sunday 10th Sept 10.30am-12.30pm Outdoor

Thursday 14th Sept 6.45pm-9.00pm Indoor

Sunday 17th Sept 10.30am-12.30pm Outdoor

Tuesday 19th Sept 5.00pm-7.00pm Outdoor

Thursday 21st Sept 5.00pm-7.00pm Outdoor

Sunday 24th Sept 10.30am-12.30pm Outdoor

Tuesday 26th Sept 5.00pm-7.00pm Outdoor

Thursday 28th Sept 5.00pm-7.00pm Outdoor

Sunday 1st Oct 10.30am-12.00pm Outdoor

From Tuesday the 3rd October onward normal Tuesday/Thursday training outdoor for the rest of the season. Further updates will also come out on facebook so stay tuned.

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Carnegie Cricket Club AGM Monday 3rd of July 7.30PM

To All Carnegie CC Members and Supporters,

The Carnegie Cricket Club Annual General Meeting will be held on Monday 3rd July 7.30PM at the Koornang Park Pavilion, Munro Ave, Carnegie.

At the meeting the Annual Club Report will be tabled and the committee for the 2017/18 season will be elected.

We experienced one of the most successful seasons in club history in 2016/17 and we are looking to grow on that success in 2017/18. Our club is run by volunteers and being a committee member is a satisfying and rewarding way to contribute to our community. We welcome all levels of assistance and greatly appreciate the efforts of those who volunteer. To find out more about how you can become more involved with our club please feel free to email me or call me. Further information will be emailed in the coming days about committee roles and responsibilities along with an application form for a Committee role and Proxy votes.

I look forward to seeing you at Koornang Park.

Best Regards,

Luke Meyer
Carnegie Cricket Club
M 0433 267 142

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Vinay Tripathi Announced as Captain of the 1st XI for the 2017/18 Season.

Carnegie CC would like to announce the appointment of Vinay Tripathi as 1st XI Captain for season 2017/18. Vinay replaces premiership captain Ash Chawla who stepped down from the roll due to work reasons at our recent presentation night. We would also like to take this opportunity to once again thank Ash for a job well done on bringing home the premiership cup last season!

Vinay had a fantastic season in the 1st XI last year and also did a great job skippering the side when Ash was overseas for a few games. Vinay has held many senior roles within Carnegie CC over the years. Most recently Vinay has been senior club coach for the past two seasons with the club winning 3 premierships in this time. Vinay has also captained numerous sides at the club and is a current member of the recruitment committee.

With the 1st XI moving up to CSB Championship Division next season we are heading into a very exciting time for the club. Vinay is well positioned to continue the success that the 1st XI achieved this season.

Stay tuned for more announcements about the coming season shortly.

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Positions Vacant Carnegie Cricket Club Senior Coach

Carnegie Cricket Club is seeking expressions of interest for a Playing or Non-Playing Senior Coach for season 2017/18.

We are seeking applicants that have:

Proven Senior Coaching Experience
Ability to Inspire & Motivate
Ability to Plan & Manage Pre-Season and regular season sessions
Be a strong leader of all ages and abilities
A keen eye for talent & development
Capacity to represent the club as a senior cricket leader
Ability to transition junior players into the senior ranks
Coaching accreditation
Current Working with Children Check

Carnegie Cricket Club is based at Koornang Park in Carnegie and the club has a rich history of over 100 years. We are a large growing club with 7 senior teams, 10 junior teams, Milo in2CRICKET and T20BLAST programs.

The 2016/2017 season was very successful with our top 4 Senior XI’s all making the finals, with our 1st XI (CSB) and Sunday A Grade (MCA) sides winning their respective premierships.

It’s a very exciting time at Carnegie Cricket Club, with the success of our 1st XI, we will be competing in the Championship Division of the CSB in 2017/2018.

With full player retention for 2017/2018 and expected further growth from new players, it is a perfect time to coach this great club.

Send expressions of interest or for further information to:

Tim Dodgson
Mobile 0458 463 693

Both First XI and the Sunday A Grade win flags

The CCC first XI won their first premiership since 1996/97 this past weekend in the CSB Div 1. This was the 3rd attempt at the 2 day final and the win was completed in style bowling out Brighton District for 71 on day one and passing them prior to stumps on day one. We then returned the following day and batted really well to get to 5 for 157 before Brighton called stumps. Man of the match and club coach Vinay Tripathi with 2 wickets and 46 N/O. The support at the ground both days was tremendous. A great all round performance with the ball and bat, wickets and runs evenly shared across the team. Also thanks to McKinnon CC for hosting the match and doing a fine job.

The Sunday A grade also joined the party late on Sunday as they defeated the Melbourne Cobras in the A-Sunday GF for the 2nd year in a row to go back to back. Batting first at Koornang Park we made 194 off our 45 overs (G Takkiar 69) and then bundled the Cobra’s out for 100. Man of the match Anil Malik with 5/45 (for the second week in row) did the damage with the ball. Again this was also in front of a very large crowd of around 200 very happy supporters.

More reports from the matches to come.

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Harmony in Cricket Award

Our own Jodie Nicholls has been awarded a Harmony in Cricket award, see below:

Well deserved Jodie Nicholls! She gives so much too so many areas of the Carnegie Cricket Club #21Gifts21Days

South East Metro Regional Cricket Manager Stuart Clark said:

“Jodie Nicholls from Carnegie Cricket Club is a most deserving recipient of 21giftsin21 days for her great work over a number of years as an accredited coach, MILO In2Cricket Coordinator and T20 Blast Team Manager.”

Stockland – proud supporters of #21Gifts21Days

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