Friday, November 7, 2014

On a sad note.

Dan Rogers has informed City that because of his damaged knee he will not be playing until further notice. We, all at City wish Dan all the best and a speedy recovery.
A Friday story.
Mobile phones are so handy but they can make a fool out of you too.
I was coming back from visiting my son in my Newcastle and I stopped at a rest stop to use the bathroom.
I just sat down on the toilet when I heard a voice coming from the stall next to mine, “Hey! How’s it going?”
Although I was quite surprised, and I wasn’t in the habit of conversing to the people next to me in the stall, I nevertheless answered him, “I’m fine” I said “thanks for asking.”

“What are you doing?” Asked the same voice.
To be honest I was a bit taken aback by the brazenness of this fellow, but I would never ignore anyone so I calmly answered, “I’m doing a number 2.”
Then I heard the same voice angrily again, “I’m going to have to call you back, some smart-aleck is answering all of your questions.”
GOOOOOOOOOOO may your chapter of the story told of Saturdays match be one of Greatness CITY

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

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Tuesday, November 4, 2014

With our roving reporter Nikki on annual leave for a few days it has been left to me for an in-depth analyses of the final day of the weekends matches.
1st Grade, Chasing a huge score but only half of what the Aussie team is chasing, City just fell short. There were two very good partnerships in the run chase between Ryan Hansen (29 runs) and Richie (I keep scoring Runs) O’Halloran (49 runs) and Richie again with Dan Lawrence (38 runs).
2nd Grade wasn’t chasing as many as 1st Grade but again fell a few runs short. Mark (the pup) Fisher batted for what seemed like days for his well-deserved runs. He had over a hundred run partnership with young Tommy Fitzgerald, who showed his class with the bat.
In 3rd Grade Cory Pannowitz retained his captaincy of the team from the week before and lead the team to a first innings win. City battered a second time and had a lead of 170 runs. At the end of the days play Bective were 8 wickets down for 110 runs or so. It was an all-round team performance. Special mention must be made of Eddie Beattie who kept the team focused and had a stellar match.
As mentioned yesterday 4th Grade had a very strong win over Bective with the talented sons out playing their parents on the day.
Our club now prepares for a two-day match against Old Boys who will be a good test for us.

Monday, November 3, 2014

Something very special is occurring down in Fourth Grade.

City United's 4th Grade side has made it two wins from it's two matches the latest being against Bective at Riverside 8 on Saturday. But that is not the reason our 4th Grade side is making history.
This team is made up of six parents and sons, that's right the whole team is a family affair. For a first for the association and City our Fourth Grade side is showing what this grade was originally developed for.  
This amazing team is as follows, the parents - Robbie Gregg.(c), Neil Cooke, Russell Pitt, Andrew Rodgers, Les Wallace, Leiden Mead (Scorer).
The very talented sons are Brody Gregg, Josh Cooke, Joey Mead, Liam Rodgers, James Wallace, Noah Pitt.
GOOOOOOOOOOOO where special things happen CITY