Australian Country Championships

Annual Championship Awards

Barossa Valley Presentation Dinner 2009

The Final Presentation was held on the evening of Tuesday 13th January 2009 at the Inn Vine Bristo and Function Room commencing at 7.00pm. A three-course Dinner was served, whilst the 2009 Championship Trophy and Awards were presented.

 

Photos Below. The 2009 Champions, The  Brahmans- with beautifully sheared heads- await Dinner and the Awards. 

 

  

Final Placings and Points

Rank Team P W2 W1 D L1 L2 WKTS RUNS WKTS RUNS Points
LOST FOR TAKEN AGST
1 Queensland Country 5 1 3 0 1 0 43 1338 62 1026 59.98
2 Victoria Country 5 0 4 0 1 0 52 1233 49 1019 51.03
3 New South Wales Country 5 0 2 0 3 0 52 1362 67 1149 45.72
4 South Australia Country 5 0 2 0 3 0 59 1421 48 1188 40.61
5 Western Australia Country 5 0 2 0 3 0 48 856 52 1342 36.16
6 East Asia Pacific 5 0 1 0 3 1 61 920 37 1406 26.3

  Winners of the

Commonwealth Bank Australian Country Cricket Championships Shield

 Queensland Brahmans

photo- R Dennis

Brahmans- not in order- Cavan Ditchman, Ryan Evetts, Mark Sharrard, Ryan Dowson, Luke Feldman, Matthew Dennis, Peter Reimers, nathan stains, Thomas Frankling, Darren Frakes- Captain, Troy Gurski,  Tony Hampson, Sean Fitzsimmons- Vice Capt.

John Kelleher- Team Manager, Steven Baker- Coach, Gary Madsen OAM- President QCCA

 

Player of the Series

($1500 cheque from Commonwealth Bank)

Three Way Tie

Troy Gurski- Brahman,  Andrew Ferguson- Vic,  Sam Miller- Vic

From left- Troy Gurski, Sam Miller, CBA Manager- Wayne Stevens and Andrew Ferguson

 

 Queensland

Brahman of the Match Awards

Troy Gurski      Round 1.

Nathan Stains  Round 2.

Mark Sharrad   Round 3.

Troy Gurski       Round 4.

Luke Feldman   Round 5.

 

Don Bradman Batting Trophy

Nathan Stains- Brahman, 325 runs @ 65.00

 

Bill O'Rielly Bowling Trophy

Luke Feldman- Brahman, 21 wickets @ 10.48

 

Doug Walters Fielding Trophy

Vani Vagi Morea- East Asia Pacific

 

Ian Healy Wicket Keeping Trophy

Tom Groth- NSW

 

Spirit of Cricket Award

South Australia

*******

Second Generation Queensland Country Player

Father- Russell Dennis- right, played for QCCA in 1987, 1988 and 1989  and won the Championship Shield in 1988

Son- Mathew Dennis - left, is a 2009 Brahman and Barossa Country Championship Winner.

 

Australian Country Team 2009

Brahmans- Winning Team 2009

 



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