Peter Gurovski and his team at Room Four have renewed their sponsorship with
Seddon Cricket Club in 2017/18. Peter and his team are proud to be involved
with another organisation that strives for excellence, as evidence through our
results last season.
Peter and Room Four offer a number of products including:
Peter and Room Four use interior architects who are qualified to carry out the design process and know how each project should be documented. They custom design fully detailed working drawings, elevations, sections and plan layouts for you- and won’t stop until you’re 100% satisfied.
Seddon Cricket Club thank Room Four and Peter for his contribution.
Seddon’s Junior Cricket Registration day will be on Sunday, September 10 from 3pm-6pm at the Seddon Clubrooms. New players are more than welcome at Seddon.
If you can't make it on Sunday, you can now register and pay your subs online.
You don't need to come along for MILO in2Cricket - just register using the above link.
Teams this season
All training at Hanmer Reserve (Yarraville Gardens, in front of the Clubrooms).
The U13's will be playing a new revised format this season (nine per side cricket with a slightly shortened pitch).
We are currently looking for coaches for our second U11 side, our U13 side, our U15 side and if we have enough players, our U17 side.
Please let Nathan Wigmore know via phone or email if you are able to fill any of these positions.
0408 551 708
The Seddon Cricket Club is seeking the services of a fast bowling all rounder to complement the First X1 for the upcoming season in Senior Division of the VTCA. On offer is an attractive package for the right player.
Please contact Leigh Davies on email at email@example.com for further information.
NOTE: We will only accept local player applications. Overseas players will not be considered.
Stage Two of the Rooms Redevelopment has been completed officially opened.
The opening was held last Thursday night to celebrate the completion of the new Pavilion and the Hanmer Reserve Floodlighting.
Mayor, Cr Catherine Cumming, Wade Noonan MP (Member for Williamstown) and co-tenant representatives from Seddon Auskick, the WRFL Umpires and Seddon CC officially opened the new clubrooms.
Seddon Cricket Club would like to thank the City of Maribyrnong and the Victorian State Government for the Stage One and Stage Two Redevelopment of the clubrooms and the new floodlighting.
All new players, both seniors and juniors, families and partners are welcome at Seddon Cricket Club and no doubt they will love the new facilities that we have to offer.
Article by Luke D’Anello
Originally published in the Maribyrnong Leader
May 22, 2017
SECURING a strike bowler will be a top of Seddon’s list of priorities during the off-season as the club prepares for the step up to Turf Cricket Senior Division.
The Dockers powered to a 241-run triumph over Sunshine United in last summer’s North West Division decider to earn promotion to the top grade and have appointed Ben Speake as coach.
Speake made headlines in March when he thumped a club record score of 216 to set up his side’s grand final victory.
The 26-year-old replaces wicketkeeper Mark Webb, who has opted to remain at the club as an assistant coach due to work commitments, while John Taylor will continue as First XI captain.
Speake has coaching experience in New Zealand and England and said he was “pretty excited” to take on the role.
“I’m from New Zealand originally and did a little bit of coaching with my club in Hamilton,” he said.
“I’ve been over in England a couple of times and worked with juniors — not as head coach or anything, but just being involved.”
Malith Cooray, who was not a member of the premiership-winning team, is the Dockers’ only confirmed departure.
“A strike bowler of some sort, ideally a pace bowler, would be good,” Speake said.
“But we’ve got a good blend of some young players and some experience.
“It will be a challenge, but I definitely think we can compete in Senior Division.”
Speake has Senior Division experience following his stint with Doutta Stars before he arrived at Seddon at the start of last season.
The opening batsman finished 2016-17 with 641 runs and was remarkably still at the crease on day three of the grand final.
Speake logged two tons and two half-centuries during the campaign and also took 11 wickets.
“Anytime you can contribute in a grand final, it’s good,” he said.
“I was happy to contribute and just happy to win more than anything.
“There were patches through the season where we didn’t play our best, but coming towards the end of the season we started playing some good stuff. Hopefully we can build on that and take some confidence forward.”