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Para Hills CC welcomes you to season 2018/19
It is exciting to announce that the club will take part in the Country Living Homes T20 competition this season which is a great opportunity to expose our club to other Associations in the State and also the rare opportunity to play on Adelaide Oval should the A Grade be successful in making the Grand Fina
At the AGM earlier in the year the club established a new Committee with some fresh faces! Thank you to Barry Appleton for his fantastic efforts over the last few years as President who decided not to re-nominate for the position for the upcoming season. The club would also like to thank outgoing and long standing committee member Robbo for his great services and also Gordon Evans for his role as Treasurer last season….More
Pink Stumps Day
We are holding our 5th Pink Stumps Day at the Para Hills Cricket Club on Saturday 23rd February 2019 to raise money for the McGrath Foundation who’s aim is to provide breast care nurses in communities right across Australia, as well as increasing breast awareness in young women.
This cause is extremely close to members of The Para Hills Cricket Club with several of them experiencing breast cancer with a loved one, a mother, partner, sister or daughter. Therefore, we are aiming to raise a minimum of $5000. This will be the fifth year that the Para Hills Cricket Club will be hosting a Pink Stumps Day. So far, we have raised over $18000, we are looking forward to adding to that total.
On Saturday the 23rd February we will be holding an afternoon tea. There will be auctions, raffles, lucky squares, best dressed competition and much more. In the months leading up to our event we will be selling raffle tickets and lucky squares to help us raise as much money as possible
Tickets can be purchased prior on the day for: $30
For further information please contact through Facebook
We look forward to seeing you there!
Strikers Girls Cricket League
There will be two T20 Games played on Saturday the 17th and Saturday the 24th of February with girls being mixed into 4 different teams and being coached by many well known players and even some Scorpion cricket players coming out to get involved!
The competition is designed to provide further opportunities for young female cricketers to develop skills, play with girls of a similar age, along with giving girls the ability to have fun and socialize with other girls across different clubs….More