non Verba "
"We don't @*#%
loosely translated from the Latin)
properly - "Deeds not Words"
St Patrick's Cricket
Club Inc. is situated at Xavier High School,
Fallon St North Albury. The Club is affiliated with
Albury-Wodonga, and plays in the Provincial
Division. Our facilities include turf and brand
new synthetic practice wickets, a canteen/clubroom,
indoor training facilities, bowling machine &
This page contains recent scores and club information,
as well as some relevant cricket links.
Comments and expressions of interest from potential
players can be made by emailing or phoning Vincent
(details at left). Our postal address is there too.
If you would like to get on board as a sponsor,
please contact the above people to discuss how we
can assist in exposing your business in a positive
and lucrative way.
We welcome every body, as long as you love the game
and all it stands for.
We'd love to hear from you, even just to say hello.
Honorary Club Patron, David Boon, Tasmania
to our Major Sponsor, The Commercial Club
us on Facebook
:-) How up to teh minute ubercool is that!!! OK,
yes you're right, it's so yesterday. Lame. Anyway,
have a look, it's not too bad - and no, I don't
to Kane Arendarcikas on
his 200th game for the club, against Dederang 13
and 20 February 2010.
is the whiteboard at the Dederang pub ("The Ranga")
after the first day (13 February2010): WTF - Kane
Ardbark?? Neath Morton?? Their fame precedes them!!
Notice Mick Carroll's lazy 168 in the Bs.
Bus Tour - On Saturday
22 November 2008, the club visited numerous establishments
as part of a progressive dinner - a photo journal is
Star, man of a thousand nicknames, raconteur, dilettante,
and part-time Club Stalwart, was honoured by Cricket Victoria
with a Volunteer of the Year Award, presented at a breakfast
on the third day of the 2009 Boxing Day Test. He is pictured
below with event MC Ian Cover and some Tasmanian bloke
who is definitely not Boonie.
Have a look at Mick Carroll's video presentation
shown on the 50th Anniversary Ball
here of the training facilities the club
Super Rules match reports
for 2007 can be found here.
St Patrick's didn't field a team in the Super Cricket
comp in '07/'08.
Super Rules - The venerable
and champion older members of the club won the Grand
Final on March 12th 2006. The narrative is here.
The scores are here.
Karaoke was held on November
12th 2005 at the club rooms. It started at 8pm, critics
tried to close it down at 8.01pm. Luckily the standard
was - interesting. Photos are here,
mercifully without sound!
Results for 2004/2005
The Club Champions for 2003/2004 - ST PATRICK'S
Westy wins the 2003/2004 batting averages,
with 409 runs at 51.13
Mark Awburn wins the Association Third
Grade batting aggregate 2003/2004 with 371 runs.
Would you like to be kept up to date with
club happenings? Send me your e-mail address,
and I'll add you to the list. E-mail Chuck
is a brief description of the tour
to Griffith prior to the 2002/03 season's commencement
on the weekend of October 5. Lots of hard cricket was
& Recent History
The Association is now called Cricket
Albury-Wodonga. Scores can be found at that
easy to use and intuitive web site /off
The scores for season (2004/2005) are here.
The results for 2003/2004, are here.
How did we go in 2002/03?? Head to RESULTS
2002/2003 and be informed and astounded.
2001/2002: - Third grade White and the Second
Grade side win the Grand Finals - Scores here
2002/2003: Second Grade make it
back to back!!
First Grade come second
here for Team Photos 2002/2003
Patrick's Players Overseas
our first grade wicketkeeper a few years back, went to
Saudi Arabia for a while. We missed him, but luckily many
people had seen him (or at least so they allege), and
they related these anecdotes at the " Where's
Kenny? " page here
(Not cricket at all "Old Bean!")
Kane Arendarcikas (leggy
extraordinaire) headed to England in 2003 to ply his wares
as a cricketer with Barton Town C.C. Read his travelogue
In 2005, Dean Carroll past
Captain and club Coach also became one of Barton Town
C.C.'s overseas players, with a transfer fee payable to
SPCC of £3,452,196.69 - the cheap swine!!
Follow the adventures
of Mick "Xmas" Carroll in England at his Live journal
- Feed here
- not updated unfortunately - bludger!!
Here is a gratuitous skull graphic, representing
the way I prefer my batsmen. Deathly pale, and writhing like
the whingeing parasites on the game that they are. Is that
clear enough? What other rules can be adjusted to make life
easier for them? Fielding restrictions, no bouncers, featherbed
wickets, white balls, dodgy LBW interpretations, ( I certainly
*never* appeal unless it's OUT! ), flatter seamed balls, spurious
wide calls.... the list is endless! And what's that 20/Twenty
Test Match Sofa below :-)