Hi All, Your club committee for Season 2018 / 19 is: Brandon Squire - President Rod Clark - Vice President Jay Nemec - Secretary Andrew Mock - Treasurer Tom Dyson Sean Kerr Chris Tatman
Congratulations to Club Stalwart Ken Sullivan who was made life member at the 2018 presentation night. Ken was lost for words on the night which happened to be his Birthday. 'Calypso Ken' has been a member of the club for over 20 years and was successful with others to revitalise the club in his six years as president. Well done to Ken and his
Glenn Collett is running his famous $1,200 reverse draw at the Clubrooms on March 3rd. $50 for a ticket in the draw, dinner and drink. Look forward to seeing you all there See GC for tickets
Red Hill v Mornington - Semi Final Mornington journied to Red Hill where Mornington won the toss and batted. After 5 overs Mornington were 1/34 and travelling ok, with the wicket belonging to T Collett. When spinner B Martin joined the attack the run rate slowed, Martin ending up with 2/12. This set the scene and when Dart took a wicket the score was 5/95
Round 12 Red Hill v Flinders Week 1 Flinders journeyed to Red Hill where Flinders won the toss and batted. Both openers for Flinders got their side away to a good start before the first wicket fell with the score at 61. Another wicket fell and shortly before tea Flinders were 4/115. After tea wickets fell regularly due to good bowling by the Hillmen. Flinders
Red Hill won its first District premiership in three decades this season after chasing down Delacombe Park's mammoth target of 307 with three overs to spare. Coach Simon Dart was the star performer with the bat scoring an incredible 133 not out and sharing a match winning partnership with Brent Martin (66). Cameo performances from Merifield, Esipoff and international Carl Robinson were also crucial. After
Club Legend Frank Digregorio played his 500th game for Red Hill in January this year. In a cricket career spanning several decades Frank is best known for his batting determination and also for being one of the great clubmen Red Hill has seen. A former President of the club and First XI premiership player, Frank remains modest to his achievements. Well done Frank!