Thursday, January 7, 2010


Don't forget to look at the other pages on the City site. Sundries now has an audio file of former English opener Geoff Boycott talking about world cricket. There are also some classic catches video files to watch and links to Lango's Cricket Tragics website with commentary on the recently completed Sydney Test.

A Few Good Men

Read Lango's wrap up of the 2nd Test between Australia and Pakistan from the SCG.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Volunteers Found

Many thanks to all club members for considering if they could help on the Gate this weekend at the Riverside Camping Grounds. Special thanks to the following members who where able to help:

6:00 am to Midday - Anthony Dutton & Gus Batley
Midday to 6:00pm - Kylie & Gary Whale
6:00 pm to 9:30pm - Terry Skewes & Chris Eggleton

Thanks to Phil Hood who is a reserve for the evening slot.

City United will man the Plain St Gate. Volunteers should arrive 15 minutes before their duty to go over procedures.

Monday, January 4, 2010

Helpers Needed

City United has an obligation to the TDCA in the conduct of the camping grounds at Riverside during January and the Country Music Festival.

Part of that commitment is the manning of one of the gate to the camping grounds on a roster system. Our first turn is this Saturday, 9th Jan. We are rostered on for 24 hours from 6:00am. The roster requires two people to regulate the flow of traffic through one of the gates and collect money from patrons for a six hour shift.

We therefore need to find 8 club members or their parents (all volunteers must be at least 18 years of age) to complete the four shifts (6am to midday, midday to 6pm, 6pm to midnight and midnight to 6am). The secretary was advised of this today.

If you can help, please contact Lango via text or email, before Wednesday afternoon. He is currently on holidays and will be back in Tamworth later in the week for a few days but is prepared to organise the crew.

ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS VOLUNTEER. Perhaps if we get more than we need we can cut the shift lengths?