Nunawading CC Girls Team debut on Bob Saker Oval in front of Federal Member for Chisolm, Julia Banks
Nuna supporters will be thrilled to see this pic of our Girls Under 15 team playing on Bob Saker Oval against old rivals Heatherdale in front of the Federal Member for Chisolm, Julia Banks (centre of pic). Great for cricket and great for Nuna ! Pictured on the left of our girls is Rob Nash, Nuna CC Junior Manager and Pennie Harrison, girls team coach.
Nuna CC, City of Whitehorse Sports Club of the Year 2016
Nuna CC were honored to recently receive the City of Whitehorse Sports Club of the Year for 2016. The award is for a club that fosters participation and enjoyment at all levels of the sport, shows innovation in administration, focuses on skills development and personal growth for members, provides opportunities for a diverse range of participants as well as broad community appeal. Here is Club Secretary Kev Rose'Meyer holding the award.
Nuna CC obtains Good Sports Level 3 accredited club.
Sporting clubs such as ours play a significant role in the community and have a responsibility to our members and their families. We have chosen to join over 6,500 clubs across Australia taking part in the Australian Drug Foundation’s Good Sports program. Through Good Sports we are committed to managing alcohol responsibly and ensuring smoke free areas, which we believe will help us to provide a healthy, safe and family friendly environment.
Through Good Sports we aim to:
- Eliminate risky drinking in the club through the promotion of a responsible approach to the sale and consumption of alcohol in the club
- Protect juniors and other young people from the misuse of alcohol in and around the club
- Provide a responsible smoke-free club environment, through designated smoking areas
At Level 3, we are committed to:
· Not selling or consuming alcohol without an appropriate liquor license
· Training our bar staff in Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA)
· Ensuring smoke free areas are available
· Organising safe and responsible social events and finding alternate prizes/fundraiser, rather than alcohol
· Thinking ahead and ensuring players and members get home safely after functions
· Formalising and implementing our club’s alcohol management policy
Speak to our club committee about what being a Good Sports club is all about or visit www.goodsports.com.au or www.Facebook.com/GoodSportsClubs
Four Premierships to Nuna
In what was arguably the best day in the 90 year history of the Nunawading Cricket Club, on Saturday March 19, we won senior premierships in Howard Wilson Shield (First XI), B Grade (Second XI) and C Grade (Third XI) on top of the Under 16A Premiership a few days earlier. This sees our First XI return to Macintosh Shield grade for the first time since 2004-5 and unprecedented success across the club. We have now won 8 premierships in the last 3 seasons, more than the last 20 seaons combined.
It has been an amazing turnaround since the doldrum days only 3 seasons ago when our First XI played in B Grade. We now look forward to the future with excitement, and perhaps a little trepidation, as we return to playing in higher grades where we have historically played.
We as a club should be happy and feel rewarded that the hard work of so many people has paid off but never be satisfied as there is always improvement in all of us. So onwards and upwards for the mighty Nuna-boys !
Nunawading CC Under 16A Premiers and Champions, 2015-16
Back-to Back premierships for this very talented group of Nuna cricketers:
L2r: Tim Day (Asst Coach), Patrick West, David Cowell, Joshua Richardson (C) , Andrew Beer, Eric Prince, Rohan Roy, Zachary Scully, Aditya Munukutla, Ethan Walker, Cameron Clark, Buddy Mendis (Coach), Aidyn Malojer, Lachlan Day, Harris Dimopoulos, Lynda Senn (Team Manager), Derek Clark (Team Manager)
Fathers and Sons and Daughters at Nuna
Valentines Day 2016 saw the Nuna community venture to Morton Park, Blackburn to play two father-son-daughter games for the Paul Callanan Cup, in recognition of the great service Paul Callanan snr has provided to both clubs. It was a great day with thanks to Blackburn CC for their hospitality. It was a win a piece with the Nuna U16 Father/Son team playing excellent cricket and the Nuna Under 14 Father-Son-Daughter team showing us a glimpse of the great talent being developed at Nuna. No doubt a couple of the Dads struggled the next morning !
Fathers and Sons at Nuna
Nuna CC history made, first girls team
In a great sign of the health of the club, we now have a girls team playing in the Meg Lanning Shield Under 15 team. The team are 3 and 2 and sitting 5th at the Christmas break. Not bad conisdering the girls ages start from 7.
Nuna Premiership Teams 2014/15
Under 14A, Premiers
First XI, Dorothy Mcintosh Shield Premiers 2014/15
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