Newsletter number 2 for the season has been produced and can be viewed here....
We are pleased to announce selections have been made for Round 5 - 17th November and can be viewed here.
Best of luck to all teams .
Wynnum Manly District Cricket Club Gabba Corporate Box.
Please find here an update on the Box utilisation at the Gabba this year.
If you know of anybody interested in taking the remaining days of the Test let me know as I will start to sell individual tickets.
As in previous years all money raised will go directly towards upgrading of our Junior and Senior Net Facilities and Playing Surface Maintenance down at Boundary Street that will hopefully lead the Sea Eagles having a successful season.
Please feel free to forward this email to your network, hopefully with your help we can fully allocate the facility which will raise valuable funds for our cricket club.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Kristian Poole on 0459 843 166 or email:- firstname.lastname@example.org
Short Scores from this Weekends Fixtures.
The Sea-Eagles have bounced back after a disappointing Round 1 to beat University 3-1 across the grades.
In a very successful round for the club we drew in 1s and 2s, won 3s and 4s first innings, won 6s outright and succumbed for our only loss in 5s.
To follow this success we have also had resounding wins in both Subbies matches and in Taverners.
All short scores from this weekends fixtures can be viewed here.
Ian Droney has compiled a list of approaching milestones for current players which can be viewed here.
XXXX Gold Premier Grade Fixtures.
Queensland Cicket have provided us with the XXXX Gold Premier Grade Fixtures for season 2012/13.
Check them out here....
Mid-week training for High Performance Squad Only continues Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5.30pm to 7.00pm for the season.
Mid-week training for the rest of the club continues Tuesday and Thursday 5.30pm to 7.00pm for the rest of the season.
Business Plan and Support Register Application Form.|
Over the past twelve months the club has been busy formulating a Five Year Business Plan to provide a vision taking our club forward.
This Business Plan formulation has been headed by Tim Prowse who envisages the club in a manner never thought of before. Water proofing of fields, lighting of Bill Albury Oval, a covered, weather proof net complex, a fifty seat grandstand and extensions to the cricket clubhouse are all part of an Action Plan which will see the Wynnum Manly Cricket Club continue to lead from the front in terms of facilities.
Attached here is a copy of the Business Plan detailing this information.
Further to this, we have commenced a Business Support Register to provide a forum for persons and businesses associated with the Club to advertise and promote their services.
For the estimated 10,000 plus network of people with a common interest in our Club, the Register offers scope to promote individual businesses representing our common needs on everyday life.
A copy of the 2012/13 Business Support Register can be found here.