Friday, 26 November 2010

Under 13s

Not only did Cregagh have the largest representation at the NCU Under 13 trials, they outshone their rivals both on and off the field as you can see from the above. Well done lads you are a credit to the club and yourselves, keep up the good work.

Pictured (L-R) Lewis Cunningham, Adam McCormick, Stuart Nelson, James Hume and Mark Johnston.

Wednesday, 24 November 2010

NCU Under 13 Trials

The NCU Under 13 trials start today and representing Cregagh will be Adam McCormick, Stuart Nelson, Lewis Cunningham, James Hume and Mark Johnston.

Good luck lads from everyone at Cregagh Cricket Club.

Thursday, 11 November 2010


Following on from our AGM last night the following office bearers were agreed at the meeting;

Chairman: Philip Thompson

Vice Chairman: Graham Watt

Secretary: Philip Walker

Treasurer: Philip Walker

1st XI Captain: Peter Kerr

2nd XI Captain: William Ross

3rd XI Captain: Brian Clarke

In addition to this, Stuart Catterson will remain on the committee as an executive representative and grounds convener along with Ian Kerr. Thompson Dawson and Robert Moore have also been added to the committee.

As you will note Stuart Catterson after 5 years as Chairman has stood down. As was conveyed at the meeting last night by numerous members we would like to place on record our sincere gratitude to Stuart for the sheer amount of work that he put into the role and his leadership of the cricket section (a lot of which the normal membership see) throughout a period of expansion which the club had never experienced before with the youth section being the jewel in the crown. Along with the endless amount of hours and effort that he also put into the Centenary celebrations in 2006 the new chairman has serious shoes to fill.

The committee are delighted to announce that he is remaining on the committee and are delighted that Stuart will still be involved in the running of the section.

In addition to this we have a member who has now played in the last 6 decades at our club a feat which was acknowledged by the chairman and members within the club last night. None other than the Vet Ian Kerr, has played in the 60s, 70s, 80, 90, 00s, and the 10s, and is showing no signs of stopping, not only this but he has also filled every committee role possible. Well done Ian and keep an eye out for another article on this soon ;-)

Cregagh Cricket Club has been very lucky to have both these gentlemen as members and certainly we are stronger as a club.

Sunday, 7 November 2010

AGM Reminder

The 2010 AGM will take place this Wednesday 10th November starting at 7.30pm

Everyone is encouraged to attend.