Friday, January 24, 2014

The most important job in Australia.

 They say Captaining your country in Cricket is the most important job in the country even in front of the office of Prime Minister. Micheal Clark and his side have won the Ashers 5-0 and won the One-Day series.
This will be a summer that people will speak about with enjoyment in many years to come.


A blonde woman ran into a police station wailing. She claimed that her house had been broken into.
After she stopped sobbing, the Police Officer requested her for a description of the robber.
"He was tall and dressed in white. He was wearing all sorts of protective pads, gloves and helmet."
"Hmmm...appears to be a cricketer," concluded the policeman.
"Ah officer!" she confirmed, "then he must have been an English cricketer."
"What makes you think that he was English? From the accent?" asked the officer.
"No sir," she replied, "he was in and out so quickly."
GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO a summer to remember for Australian cricket CITY

Thursday, January 23, 2014

A big thank you must go to ALL our City members that assisted in fulfilling our Country Music commitments at Cricket House. There were City boys cooking egg and bacon rolls, manning the showers, manning the boom gate, manning the canteen, we were everywhere from 6am in the morning till 9pm at night.

GOOOOOO Johnny Miskle drove in from Kootingal and attended every shift City was on CITY

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

“We jumped into 4th spot by losing the match”

“We jumped into 4th spot by losing the match” was the greeting I received from Robby Gregg when I went to watch some of our 2nd Grade match on Saturday. Robby was referring to our Mighty Fourth Grade side’s final match before Christmas in which they had a narrow lost to Norths. City received one point for the match while Souths received no points at all after giving their opponents bonus points. Meaning our 4th Grade side has leapfrogged Souths into 4th spot on the ladder.

Son shows dad how it is done. In the same match Robby Gregg's son Brody showed his dad how it is done by taking three wickets in 2nds, it was an outstanding effort from a young player on his way up.

Both Robby and Brody will be looking for the recommencement of the 4th Grade competition on Saturday week, 4th February.
GOOOOOOOOO our youth is our future CITY

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

It's a little girl.

Cheers it's a girl
Congratulations to Alison and Cory on the birth of a baby girl. Both baby and mum are doing well but I understand Cory is still trying to recover from the ordeal.
Alison has been a tremendous supporter of our club over many years, always in the background working away. So from everyone at City congratulations on your new arrival.

A very proud DAD



GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO another City supporter CITY