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Heatherhill Cricket Club LEADERSHIP POSITIONS

* Due to Jason Wylie currently unable to commit to next season due to Personal Reasons, we are accepting applications for the Club Coach position.

KEY LEADERSHIP POSITIONS: HEATHERHILL CRICKET CLUB

Heatherhill Cricket Club (HCC) is seeking applications for Senior Club Coach and 1st XI Captain for Season 2017-18.
Applications are invited for each position separately, and we also invite applications from candidates interested in combining both leadership roles.

Season 2016-2017: 
*Four out of six senior sides made finals
*1st XI finished just one game out of the top four
*2nd XI won back to back premierships
*3rd and 4th XI’s were runners up in grand finals

Season 2017-2018
*HCC will field six senior and five junior teams
*HCC will be strong finals contenders in all grades
*HCC will be celebrating its 60th season in competition

Senior Club Coach
The successful applicant will be rewarded with the opportunity to develop a talented list of young players committed to playing finals in 2017-18.
The position requires dedicated and proactive engagement with team and individual player development.
The successful applicant will direct pre-season training, pre-season practice matches, and clubtraining sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the 2017-18 season.
Experience in sports and/or professional leadership is desirable. The ambition and enthusiasm to mentor our youthful group of cricketers is essential.

1st XI Captain
We are offering the opportunity to lead our 1st XI in the MPCA District Grade competition in 2017-18.
The successful applicant will have strong leadership qualities, an in-depth understanding of all facets of playing successful cricket, and the ability to lead and mentor a young squad.
We are not in a team developmental phase, this is a rare opportunity to lead a team that has demonstrated steady improvement over the past two seasons and is now ready to step up and succeed in finals cricket.

Club Coach and 1st XI Captain are renumerated roles. If an applicant has specific renumeration requirements please advise these with your application.

All applications will be treated as Private and Confidential.

Please forward applications to:

Brent Vandervalk
President- Heatherhill CC
bvandervalk@iinet.com.au
0402 066 673


Grand Finals 2017

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List of Grand Final Games / Venues    18  /  19   March 2017

 

Grade

Venue

Game

Prov 1 Baxter v Mt Eliza Tyabb No. 1
Dist Red Hill v Delacombe Park Graydens Rd
Sub Dist Hastings v Frankston YCW Skye
Prov Mornington v Somerville Alexandra Park
Dist 2 Heatherhill v Seaford Tigers Bruce Park
Sub Dist 2 Frankston YCW v Balnarring Peninsula Reserve
A1 Mornington v Mt Eliza CB Wilson
A2 Heatherhill v Balnarring Baxter No. 7
A3 Baxter v Rosebud Baxter No. 1
B1 Heatherhill v Mornington Baxter No. 2
B2 Mornington vPearcedale Narambi
B3 Langwarrin v Baxter Lloyd Park No. 2
C1 Ballam Park v Mt Eliza Ballam Park East
C2 Tyabb v Rosebud Tyabb Central
C3 Mt Eliza v Pearcedale Mt Eliza No.3 (back oval)
C4 Moorooduc v Red Hill Moorooduc

 


Under 16 Beitzel Shield 2017 match reports

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Match 1 vs DVCA at Beaumaris Reserve

MPCA 10/84 lost to DVCA 2/93

This match was won at the coin toss where DVCA won and bowled on a wet pitch that did everything unusual for the first couple of hours – the ball popped and jumped everywhere and we couldn’t handle it – the only batsman to handle the conditions was Blake Eklund who went in at #3 and was last man out and made 31. Bailey got 10 and nobody else , including extras , made double figures.  When we bowled after lunch , thanks to Linda Skelly for her wonderful tucker , the pitch had settled down but still we served up a lot of rubbish instead of bowling full and tight so we were poleaxed !!!

Match 2 vs North West Metro CA at lovely Moonee Ponds but not a gladdie in sight.

MPCA 5/229 def. NWMCA 10/147

Batting first on a hard , dry wicket we were quickly into stride – Bailey and Luke opened and when Luke went for a great 61 we were 1/111 off 29 overs. Blake joined Bailey and they set about taking down the NWM bowlers. Blake made 27 before getting caught so we were 2/172 and Bailey on 71. Tom Panich went in and tried to hit everything not into MV race course but to the other side of the city but alas fell for 6 , Jayden now in and trying to push it along , Bailey hit a 4 and a 2 to bring up his ton and retired on 101 , then we lost another couple to finish on 5/229 which was a good score on a good wicket and a ground full of value for shots.

NWMCA served up a magnificent lunch and I have to say that if you went away hungry you are very hard to please.

We opened our bowling with 6 overs each from Max Horell and Rueben Higgins and after 12 overs NWM were 3/36 and behind the eight ball – would have been more if we could catch as poor old Maxie had 3 chances spilt off his bowling. NWM got to 4/79 then 5/86 as Connor Stevenson struck with 2 wickets. They then got to 6/86 when Charlie Dixon got an lbw then Blake Eklund chipped in with a stumping by Paddy Wilson so now 7/114 and looking down the barrel. They had a partnership before Lachie Yeoman got 2 in two balls ( couldn’t complete the hattrick ) and then Tom threw down the stumps from mid off to have them all out for 147. A good win to get on the board BUT at around 7 or 8 dropped catches and 2 missed run-outs we have a lot of work to do in sparking up our fielding. Our bowlers , to their credit , created a lot of chances so they did their job well but we really have to up our concentration in the field and take those chances.

Bailey White  101 not out  ( 1 x 6 , 15 x 4 , 4 x 2 and 27 singles ) , Luke Janssen 61 , Blake Eklund 27

Lachie Yeoman 2-1-2/3 , Connor Stevenson 6-2-2/12 , Blake Eklund 3-0-1/13 , Charlie Dixon 4-1-1/14 , Rueben Higgins 6-1-1/21 and Max Horell 7.3-0-1/20 ( should have been 4/for ) and Paddy Wilson 2 catches and a stumping in a fine display behind the stumps.