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    A Grade played host to Little River for the first match between the two clubs. Winning the toss we sent them in and it was a good decision with our bowlers getting on top. Despite a delayed start due to rain, and constant rain breaks throughout the day, we managed to bowl them out for a mere 95. Little river was lucky to get that many with us having them 9-63 before the 10th wicket wagged. Brett Venables were the pick of the bowlers claiming 4-25, while Dale 2-25 and Dylan 2-19 were the other multiple wicket takers. Unfortunately mother nature was the best performer of the day and we were unable to get on to chase the runs, meaning the game ended a draw.
    B Grade travelled out to Little River and losing the toss we were sent into the field. Opening with Cian Foster and Jordan Haines and both openers took early wickets to get the ball rolling as Cian bowled the opener and Jordy finding the edge through to Smithy. We didn’t stop there as the bowlers kept the pressure up and all of a sudden the home side was on the back foot with the score at 5-45. They then steadied the ship and started to build a partnership but just as they looked like they were settling in at the crease, Cian broke through and got the wicket. The same thing happened with the seventh wicket and it took a bit of getting as well as they put on a very handy 63 runs but then Victor Morrow came on and bowled the bloke. At the end of their 40 overs we restricted the home side to 7-170.

    We then went into bat and opened up with Jaca and Brent Smith and both batted brilliantly. They kept the runs flowing and really applied the pressure to the home sides bowling. Smithy was the first to fall when he was caught out for 37. Jaron Lengyel came to the crease and stuck around wioth Jaca as he continued on his run fest. This pair saw the pass Little Rivers total and after 35 overs Jacimovic ended up agonisingly close to a ton finishing with 99no while Jaron finished 18no with the score 1-179.


    C Grade was playing against Armstrong Creek and winning the toss, Mark elected to bowl first. After a couple quick wickets from Mac, we were looking good early but that’s where it stopped as one bloke took to the bowlers. After constant rain interruptions we struggled to get a breakthrough until Alex Umbers got the bloke out. However it wasn’t our day with most of the bowlers getting hit all over the field as they finished their 40 overs 3-244. Then it was our turn to bat and it wasn’t a good start as Mark Stoneham 19, Alan Hardman 32, both got starts but couldn’t go on while Grant Sheather fell lbw for 4 and Alex Umbers bowled for 1. Mark Eskrigge 46no and Mac 25 no saw out the innings but we were way off the park and finished up 4-145. Hopefully we can bounce back next week against Drysdale.

  • Welcome to season 2017/18

    Hi Everyone and welcome to the 2017/18 season. After the seas went down to Jan Juc in the final of c grade last season, we are back to go one better this year and get some more silverwear. Ned Cooper A Grade, Louis Wedding B Grade and Mark Eskrigge C Grade are the appointed skippers while Dale Kerr is back to coach the club for his second season.   All sides are up against Collendina this week with A and C Grades at Home.   Look forward to seeing as many supporters up there to cheer on the lads
  • Roos too good for bulls in T20 clash

    Thursday night at Carpet House Oval was the place to be with Anglesea taking on Barrabool in a T20. Dylan Taylor captain the side and won the toss and elected to bat. Opening the attack was Ned Cooper and Stephen Jacimovic,and they got off to a brilliant start with the run rate hovering around 10 for the majority of the innings. However it was Jacimovic that fell first as he held out to a man at long off as the score became 1-77. Darcy Cooper managed only four with the bat before he found himself out caught. This brought Dale to the crease and along with Ned put on a further 49 before Dale also was caught out. So with the score at 3-146, Ty Norman came to the crease and along with Ned, kept the score tickling along nicely and saw the teams total pass 200 when Ned eventually fell on the second last ball of the innings for a sensational 128 off 73 delivers. Ned’s innings consisted of 11 fours and  3 sixes. So at the end of the 20 overs the roos finished on 4-202 with Norman 11* (12) and Venables 1* (1)   The bowling was shared around with nine individual bowlers. Dylan opened up with Dale and it was Dale that struck in his second over, bowling Findlay for 3, with the score 1-16. That soon became 2-26 thanks to Aaron Lindsay as he got Grigg caught out for 18. The third wicket saw 43 runs added but it was the inclusion of Jacimovic that claimed the wicket of Bissett, which brought the score to 3-69. Lindsay then got his second wicket getting the bloke out caught and the score became 4-88. Then another couple quick wickets, all caught off the bowling of Lindsay, saw the bulls slump to 6-110. They managed to bat the remaining of the overs out without the loss of any more wickets but fell 65 runs short at 6-137. The win now sets up a semi final clash with rivals Jan Juc with the details to be confirmed. Well done boys!!
  • Welcome to season 2016

    Welcome to season 2016/17 where the A Grade side will be out to defend there premiership and go back to back. A few changes on the playing group, With Peter Radford and Joe Lynch leaving the club, while Dale Kerr has taken over from Ty Norman from the coaching job due to becoming a dad. Well done Ty and Tija on the birth of Lana Milla Norman. Ty was not the only one becoming a father during the off-season with Joe and Michelle Coles giving birth to their bundle of joy Samuel. Congratulations Joe and Michelle, another future father and son. The club will be fielding four sides this year again, however A and C Grades are the only ones playing this week as B Grade has a bye and D Grade starts their season the following week. A Grade will host Barwon Heads while C Grade will travel too Newcomb to take on Wellington.   So to all the players that will be taking the field this week as well as this season, we wish you all a great season and hopefully we have all grades competing for a spot in the finals. Go Seas!
  • AGM 2016

    Hi All, Hope you are enjoying your break from cricket. The Anglesea CC AGM will be held on the 29th May 2016 at 11am. The  meeting will be held at the  clubrooms. Anyone that  wishes to go on the committee or would like to attend will be more than welcome    
  • T20 V Barrabool 17.11.15

    Tuesday night saw us take part in the first round robin T20 game, as we travelled out to Barrabool. Losing the toss. Losing the toss, we were sent in to bat in a decision that proved costly for the home side. After losing Ned Cooper 11 (7) and Brett Venables 15 (10) we fell to 2-26. However a 151 run, third wicket partnership put us in a great position. Darcy Cooper was the next to fall, being caught out for 57 (50). Dale Kerr didn’t last long as he was bowled for a duck. Jacimovic was the last man out as he was caught on the boundary on the final ball of the innings for a stunning 125 (45) in an innings that consisted 18 fours and 7 sixes. Then out we went to bowl and after a fast start from the home side, they continued to lose wickets as we continued to swap the bowlers around to restrict them to 9-189. Brett Venables was the only multiple wicket taker while, N. Cooper, Jacimovic, Morrow, S. Umbers and Kerr all took one apiece.   Well done and Go Seas!