Saturday, March 6, 2010

The Weekend

Rain yesterday and last night has ruined the chance of some exciting results today as all games in 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade are cancelled. Therefore, let's see the blokes from the hgiher grades down at Minor Leagues 1 to encourage our 4ths.

However, cricket is not only played on the field. Some of your best cricket is played as you sit and talk about the game and players are reminded that they have their last regular season chance to do that today and tonight.
Dan Mitchell has invited all club members to meet him at 3pm at the home of our generous sponsor, the South Tamworth Bowling Club
, which will be followed by a City United BBQ at 6pm. $5 per head or $10 per family and millions of memories.

This is one of our last chances to remind the Bowlo why their support of City is so important to us so let's have another big roll up. Wear something that shows you're a City man.

Don't forget those perpetual trophies to be handed in tomorrow and make sure you have the 17th April on your calendar organisers.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

City United Presentation Night

Club members can start making plans for the gala event of the season as the date for City United Presentation Night has been announced.

The event will take place on Saturday 17th April, from 6:30pm at our major sponsor's premises, the
South Tamworth Bowling Club.

The date has been strategically picked between school holidays, Anzac Day and the end of the season. The Club knows that this is the last Saturday of the school holidays but there are no alternatives.

To assist with planning for the night, players who won perpetual trophies (the big, engraved ones) are asked to bring them to cricket this Saturday and give them to their captains. It would make it so much easier if we are not chasing blokes for trophies and in the long run, be fairer on your mates who might win them this season.

Captains have their share of the jobs to do too (apart from hanging onto perpetual trophies). As we will be handing out a Yearbook for the first time, they are asked to write a report for the booklet. There will be space for one A4 page for each skipper and the President. This has to go to Lango (email will be fine) by 1st April (no fooling). Please don't be tardy as Lango will be working off his own deadlines.

This will be a great night. I reckon the girls should posh up and come down the red carpet ... whilst the blokes sit and watch in thongs and stubbies and enjoys the show!

Lots of cricket left to play but lets start thinking about Presentation Night.