On This Day in ACT Cricket History – 19 January

  • 1948 – Birth of Ed Treharne (ACT Umpire)
  • 1958 – Death of Charlie Bourne (ACT 1931/32)
  • 1987 – Lyn Cook makes her ODI Debut
  • 1988 – Grant Woodbridge makes his ACT Debut
  • 1992 – Kim Fazackerley makes her ODI Debut
  • 1994 – Australia Country play New South Wales at Manuka Oval
  • 1997 – Birth of Jodie Hicks (ACT Debut 2014/15)
  • 2001 – Cade Brown and John Robson makes their debut for Australia Country

On This Day in ACT Cricket History – 18 January

  • 1897 – Birth of William Maloney (ACT 1922/23-1925/26)
  • 1904 – Birth of Alan Rowan (ACT 1926/27-1928/29)
  • 1953 – Guido Ghirardello, Ewart Smith and Ray Whybrow makes their ACT Debut
  • 1972 – Southern New South Wales play World XI at Manuka Oval
  • 1986 – ACT play their first match in the Australian Country Cricket Championships
  • 2011 – Womens T20 International between Australia and England at Manuka Oval
  • 2014 – Death of Peter Shepherd (ACT Umpire)

On This Day in ACT Cricket History – 17 January

  • 1933 – Birth of Ian McLellan (ACT 1952/53)
  • 1941 – Death of Edward Maloney (ACT 1924/25-1930/31)
  • 1954 – Robert Bellchambers, Richard Byrne, Trevor Graham, John Loftus, Colin Robbie and Graham Watson make their ACT Debut
  • 1983 – Birth of Dinusha Bandara (ACT Umpire)
  • 1990 – Colin Crouch, Paul Evans and Eugene Nix makes his debut for Australia Country
  • 1991 – Bronwyn Calver makes her ODI debut for Australia
  • 1999 – Duncan Brede makes his ACT Debut
  • 2011 – Womens T20 International between Australia and England at Manuka Oval
  • 2013 – Death of Wayne Boardman (ACT 1972/73-1973/74)

Highest Team Innings in NSW Premier 1st Grade Limited Overs Matches

Today, Sydney broke the record for the Highest Team Innings in NSW Premier 1st Grade Limited Overs matches when they scored 7 for 422 against Hawkesbury at Drummoyne Oval.

Highest Scores NSW Premier 1st Grade Limited Overs Matches
7-422 Sydney v Hawkesbury Drummoyne Oval 2020/21
5-365 North Sydney v Fairfield-Liverpool Rosedale Oval 1994/95
5-365 Sydney v Manly-Warringah Manly Oval 2018/19
4-364 Sutherland v Blacktown Glen McGrath Oval 2005/06
8-355 Sydney v UTS North Sydney Drummoyne Oval 2020/21
351 North Sydney v Manly-Warringah Manly Oval 2001/02
5-350 Parramatta v UNSW Village Green 2018/19
5-349 St George v Western Suburbs Hurstville Oval 2018/19
4-348 UTS North Sydney v Parramatta North Sydney 2018/19
3-347 Northern District v Bankstown Waitara Oval 2001/02

It is also the fourth known highest Premier 1st Grade Limited Overs Total across Australia.

Highest Scores Australian Premier 1st Grade Limited Overs Matches (Where Known)
5-446 South Hobart Sandy Bay v Lindisfarne Queenborough Oval 2007/08
3-430 Tuggeranong Valley v N.Canberra-Gungahlin Chisholm No.1 Oval 2018/19
7-428 Valley v Wynnum-Manly Bill Albury Oval 2020/21
7-422 Sydney v Hawkesbury Drummoyne Oval 2020/21
6-412 South Hobart Sandy Bay v North Hobart Queenborough Oval 2013/14
5-401 University of Qld v South Brisbane WEP Harris Oval 2009/10
5-390 Fremantle v Claremont-Nedlands Cresswell Park 2006/07
3-385 Toombul v Northern Suburbs Ken Mackay Oval 2015/16
8-378 Redlands v Sandgate-Redcliffe Trevor Hohns Oval 2013/14
6-377 South Hobart Sandy Bay v Latrobe Queenborough Oval 1997/98
7-374 Fremantle v Scarborough Abbett Park East 2019/20
3-369 Geelong v Kingston Hawthorn Geelong Cricket Ground 2018/19
9-369 Western Suburbs v Sandgate-Redcliffe Trevor Hohns Oval 2009/10

 

On This Day in ACT Cricket History – 16 January

  • 1929 – Jack Power and Jack Senior make their ACT Debut
  • 1934 – Birth of Richard Searle (ACT 1956/57-1962/63)
  • 1949 – Lane Jury makes his ACT Debut
  • 1972 – Birth of Shaun Williams (ACT 2001/02-2002/03)
  • 1988 – First day of the initial Australian Country Cricket Championships to be held in the ACT
  • 1990 – Steve Smith makes his ACT Debut
  • 1999 – Anthony McQuire makes his debut for Australia Country
  • 2011 – Womens T20 International between Australia and England at Manuka Oval
  • 2014 – Jono Dean makes his Twenty20 Debut
  • 2015 – Death of Hector McMillan (ACT 1948/49-1950/51)
  • 2016 – Nathan McAndrew makes his Twenty20 Debut

On This Day in ACT Cricket History – 15 January

  • 1935 – John Anthoney and Bill Neilsen make their ACT Debut
  • 1939 – Birth of Denis Kevans (ACT 1958/59)
  • 1990 – Brad Bretland, Matt Corkhill, Scott Smith and Nick Speak make their ACT Debut
  • 1990 – Birth of Jason Kila (ACT 2016/17)
  • 1990 – John Bull makes his debut as ACT Captain
  • 1992 – Death of Philip Senior (ACT 1955/56)
  • 2002 – Sven Holcombe makes his debut as ACT Captain
  • 2010 – Ryan Carters makes his Twenty20 Debut
  • 2020 – BBL Match between Thunder and Hurricanes at Manuka Oval

On This Day in ACT Cricket History – 14 January

  • 1968 – Ernest Carey and Robert Marshall make their ACT Debut
  • 1970 – Southern New South Wales play New Zealand at Manuka Oval
  • 1979 – Nelson Blencowe, Peter Stanek and Mark Urquhart make their ACT Debut
  • 2004 – Death of Tom Gribble (ACT 1928/29-1939/40)
  • 2009 – Death of Austin Selleck (ACT 1949/50-1957/58)
  • 2014 – 35th Prime Minister’s XI match with the opponent being England
  • 2015 – 36th Prime Minister’s XI match with the opponent being England
  • 2020 – Sarah Coyte makes her ACT Debut

On This Day in ACT Cricket History – 13 January

  • 1935 – Birth of Richard Byrne (ACT 1953/54-1963/64)
  • 1952 – Birth of Mark Clews (ACT 1969/70-1971/72)
  • 1976 – Southern New South Wales play West Indies at Manuka Oval
  • 1985 – Ken Norris makes his ACT Debut
  • 1987 – Birth of Rene Farrell (ACT Debut 2012/13)
  • 1991 – Death of Walter Emerton (ACT 1931/32)
  • 2005 – Brad Haddin makes his Twenty20 Debut
  • 2016 – Greg West makes his Twenty20 Debut

On This Day in ACT Cricket History – 12 January

  • 1961 – Birth of Cath Smith (ACT Debut 1981/82)
  • 1981 – ACT play India at Manuka Oval
  • 1981 – Murray Radcliffe makes his debut for the ACT
  • 1990 – Birth of Kira Churchland (ACT Debut 2013/14)
  • 1998 – Birth of Ben Taylor (ACT 2015/16-2016/17)
  • 2000 – Australia Country play Pakistan at Manuka Oval
  • 2003 – Scott Cameron makes his debut for Australia Country
  • 2013 – Mark Higgs makes his Twenty20 Debut
  • 2019 – Jason Behrendorff makes his ODI Debut for Australia