Saturday, February 2, 2013

3rd Grade Team for the One-Day Final

The One-Day Final for 3rd Grade is set down for Riverside 3 starting at 10am. It's a 50 over match. Could all players please be at the ground by 9.30 am.
Peter Mead (C) 0427603558,  Matt Ballentine, Josh Bennie, Ben Ballentine, Andy Jarrett, Graham Schwenke, Scotty Hurn, Glen Ryan, Brett Walsh, Terry Kampe, Cory Callcott, Tom Fitzgerald.
Our 4th Grade (the little boys) when down today and missed out playing in the Final on Run/Rate.
GOOOOOOOOOO good luck to our mighty 3rd Graders CITY

Turf matches have been called OFF but 3rds and 4ths are still ON.

Today's turf matches have been called of by council due to the rain. 3rd Grade and 4th Grade matches are on synthetic and will still go ahead.
Today's washout, unfortunately means that 2nd Grade can not make the One-Day Final. Both 3rd and 4th Grades are playing for the opportunity to play in the final which is set down for tomorrow (Sunday).
3rd Grade Riverside 7 (Minor League Grounds):, Cory Callcott (C) 0402443303, Matt Ballentine, Ben Ballentine, Lochlan Cooke, John Miskle, Glen Ryan, Brett Walsh, Josh Bennie, Ron Benjamin, Doug Truman, Terry Kampe, David Smith
4th Grade Riverside 9 (Minor League Grounds) V's Old Boys: Timothy Skewes (C) 0467560000 Trent Balderston, Cooper Thompson, Paul Lawrence, Scotty Hurn, Graham Schwenke, Tom Fitzgerald, Anthony Fitzgerald, Gary Whale, Eddie Beattie, Nick Stacey, Tim Paynter,
GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO duckie loves the wet CITY

Friday, February 1, 2013

The One-Day Final. What is that all about??

Tomorrows game will be the last of the regular One-Day matches. Our Second Grade, Third Grade and Forth Grade teams are all still capable of making the One-Day Grand Final, which will be played the following day (Sunday). All players are requested to return back to the City Bowling Club afterr the match for our world renowned sausage sizzle, where City will be notified of the results of other matches. The One-Day teams will be selected for the Grand Finals at the City Bowling Club tomorrow night. Teams as well as playing times will be posted late Saturday night for the One-Day Finals. Best of luck to all.
GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO please don't let the president burn the sausages CITY.

Thursday, January 31, 2013

City Teams to play Norths

City United teams to play Norths this Saturday 2nd February in a One-Day match. All players are requested to be at their prospective grounds by 12.30. If any player is unavailable please contact your captain.
This weekend’s match will have it's own story to tell and every player playing in it, will write his own chapter within that story. How will your chapter read this weekend? May your chapter be full of enjoyment and success and personal achievement.
The pen is in your hands.
1st Grade No 1 Oval: Dan Whale (C) 0423918389, Aaron Dennis, Jack McVey,  Scott Hulbert, Nathan Whale, Daniel Lawrence, Ben Simmler, Jade Thompson, Richard O'Hallorane, Shane Ruttley, Chris Langston, Simon Toyer. Res.Tait Jordan .
2nd Grade Riverside 3: Paul Fisher (C) 0429654808, Mark Fisher, Michael Bellamy, Simon Bellamy,  Pat Dwyer, Neil Cooke, Sean Hancock, Daniel Rogers, Adam Ryan, Terry Kampe, Shel Ravi, Sam Brown, Tait Jordan .
3rd Grade Riverside 7 (Minor League Grounds):, Cory Callcott (C) 0402443303, Matt Ballentine, Ben Ballentine, Andy Jarrett, Lochlan Cooke,  John Miskle, Glen Ryan, Brett Walsh, Josh Bennie, Ron Benjamin, Doug Truman, Terry Skewes.
4th Grade Riverside 9 (Minor League Grounds) V's Old Boys: Timothy Skewes (C) 0467560000 Trent Balderston, Cooper Thompson, Paul Lawrence, Scotty Hurn, Graham Schwenke, Tom Fitzgerald, Anthony Fitzgerald, Gary Whale, Eddie Beattie, Nick Stacey, Tim Paynter,
The Fourth Grade mascot, Duckie has survived the Christmas period and will be there on Saturday in support of his beloved 4th Grade team.
City prides itself on being a true club, not 4 individual teams. We play for the club not for a specific team or grade, throughout the season there will be movement of players within the grades both up and down but always playing for City, that’s what being a part of a club is all about. Best of luck to everyone for the weekend matches.
GOOOOOOO BBQ back at the club after the matches CITY

What does it mean to me to be a part of City.

We are all part of this wonderful club, like the cricketers before us and the cricketers that will follow.

  We wear our colours proudly.

                                                                                  We rejoice in our victories and learn from our mistakes, we part with our sweat and give till it hurts. 
 During our time we enjoy the mate ship, we learn from others, to grow into someone that we inspire to be, we laugh & smile, we play to our best and see it through to the end.
                                                                              That’s what it means to be a part of City.               GOOOOOOOOOO city city city CITY

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

How hard can it be.

 City United purchased new BBQ which came in the form of a flat-pack. Never fear we have the right boys on it. Firstly we unpacked it and threw the box and the instructions away. 
AfgterAfter an hour of trying to get all the pieces to fit, we decided find the instructions and to read them. 

After another hour of reading and trying to make sense of the instruction.
 Finally.There you have it, a new BBQ ready to be fired up. But who's job was it to bring the gas bottle.
GOOOOOOOOOO How do you keep your husband from reading your e-mails?
Rename the mail folder "Instruction Manuals." CITY

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Calling all 4th Graders, calling all 4th Graders.

The very long Christmas break is over for 4th Grade, so collect your voltaren rapid 25 and dust off your cricket gear. There are matches to be played, matches to be enjoyed, friendships to be strenghten and good times to be had.
 All starting with training this Wednesday from 5pm see you there. 
GOOOOOOOOO the little boys are BACK CITY

Monday, January 28, 2013

CITY UNITED is pleased to be a Good Sport.

Our President presenting Dan Mitchell (Good Sport Representative) with City United's application to advance from our current Level 2 to Level 3 in the Good Sports Programme.

About Good Sports
    “Cheers, mate!” It’s an Aussie tradition.
    Sporting clubs of all size and description benefit from a greater focus on young people and families.
    Displaying the Good Sports logo sends an important message to club members and the community. It shows your club promotes a responsible attitude towards alcohol, provides a smoke-free environment and that it aims to provide a safe environment for players, members, families and supporters. It means that your players and members can celebrate wins, commiserate losses and share a drink with each other safely and responsibly.
    Good Sports is one of the most well-established, well-researched prevention programs operating at a national level. From its beginnings in Victoria in 2000, the Good Sports program has grown to become a trusted and respected national program involving over 5,000 community sporting clubs across every state and territory and reaching over 1.5 million Australians.
    Once a sporting club signs up to the program, a Good Sports Project Officer assists the committee to work through the entire process. To progress through the accreditation levels, the club committee agrees to meet specific standards, level 3 accreditation is the highest level in the program.