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Season 2018-19 Season Now Underway

Round 1 teams announced.

 

Key training dates are as follows:

 

Regular Practice at Nuna

Fielding practice

When: Every 2nd Tuesday, 6pm – 7pm.

Where: Mahoneys Reserve

Cricket Practice

When: Every Thursday from 6pm

Where: Mahoneys Reserve – Nets. Get there early as no daylight saving that week.

 

 

Under 12B's win 2017-18 Grand Final

A MASSIVE congratulations to our Under 12’s who won their Premiership on Friday 16 March in a close battle with Forest Hill.

The boys and girls were undefeated heading into the Grand Final, adding pressure to the result. But this is a special group of boys and girls and we cannot speak highly enough of them. Grand finals ooze pressure and they took it in their stride, the way they bowled and fielded was sensational to restrict Forest Hill to 6/117 after their 50 overs which then had us needing 40 runs for victory off over remaining 25 overs.

Our issue wasn’t the runs but the lack of wickets and the fading light we had to bat in (as we were not allowed to turn the lights on), the kids came in and chipped away at the remaining runs to get us over the line.

Final score line - Nunawading 7/119 defeated Forest Hill 6/117.

Thank you to all the parents, grandparents and Nunawading people that came and supported us.

Under 12B Premiers 2017-18

 

Nuna Girls win the Inner Eastern Girls Cricket Stage 2, 2017-18 Premiership

Nuna Girls, Premiers 2017-18

Nuna CC Girls celebrate the first girls premiership in the 90 year history of the club. We played Burwood on Wed 14/3 and rolled them for 29 then passed the target with only 2 wickets down. More details to follow.

Nuna CC Celebrates 90 years

90 year re-union a wonderful day

Click here to hear a couple of great stories from Trev Saker

 

Here are the slides that were presented on the day

Part 1

Part 1a

Part 1b

Part 1c

Part 1d

Part2

Part 2a

Part 3

Nunawading CC Senior News

Official blog of the Nunawading Cricket Club 
Thu, 08 Nov 2018 22:38:10 +0000  
Nunawading CC Selection 11-11-18, 1 day game 
Thu, 08 Nov 2018 22:37:56 +0000 
. Firsts Seconds Thirds Fourths Fifths . H Wilson Shield A Grade C Grade G Grade H Grade vs TEMPLESTOWE MITCHAM ST DAVIDS KOONUNG HEIGHTS LABURNUM . 10/11 10/11 10/11 10/11 10/11 ARRIVE 11:45 AM 11:45 AM 12:00 PM 13:00 … Continue reading  
Back in Motion Physio @ Nuna – Thurs 15/11 
Thu, 08 Nov 2018 03:27:01 +0000 
Hi all, Shiv (or one of his colleagues) from Back in Motion Mitcham will be down at the club next Thursday from 7:15pm for any injury assessments and a short presentation on injury prevention. Cheers, Blewey 
Nuna Band night – Saturday, November 17 
Sat, 20 Oct 2018 02:30:43 +0000 
 

Nunawading CC Junior News

Official blog of the Nunawading Cricket Club Junior section 
Wed, 07 Nov 2018 21:27:17 +0000  
Nunawading Cricket Club – Junior Weekly Update 
Wed, 07 Nov 2018 21:13:07 +0000 
Hi everyone – after a weekend off, Junior Cricket returns this weekend!! Tomorrow night post match, we will be having Roast Chicken, together with salads. We will also have sausages and vegie burgers. It will be great to see as … Continue reading  
Junior Manager required for 2019/2020 season 
Fri, 02 Nov 2018 03:08:11 +0000 
Good afternoon Nunawading family, I am writing to let you all know (very early) that at the end of this season our Junior Manager Robert Nash will be stepping down after 6 years at the helm. We are looking for … Continue reading  
Nunawading Cricket Club – Junior Weekly Update 
Thu, 01 Nov 2018 21:02:53 +0000 
Hi everyone Just a reminder that this weekend, there are no Junior Matches or Junior Blasters – due to the Long weekend. Training is as per your coaches/Team Managers notifications. It was great to see our Saturday Super 7 Team … Continue reading  

A MASSIVE congratulations to our Under 12’s who won their Premiership on Friday 16 March in a close battle with Forest Hill.

The boys and girls were undefeated heading into the Grand Final, adding pressure to the result. But this is a special group of boys and girls and we cannot speak highly enough of them. Grand finals ooze pressure and they took it in their stride, the way they bowled and fielded was sensational to restrict Forest Hill to 6/117 after their 50 overs which then had us needing 40 runs for victory off over remaining 25 overs.

Our issue wasn’t the runs but the lack of wickets and the fading light we had to bat in (as we were not allowed to turn the lights on), the kids came in and chipped away at the remaining runs to get us over the line.

Final score line - Nunawading 7/119 defeated Forest Hill 6/117.

Thank you to all the parents, grandparents and Nunawading people that came and supported us.