Super Semis Sunday - 23 February
Congratulations to our City Under 11s and Under 13s who, after terrific seasons, have each made their semi-finals. See both teams in action on Super-Semis-Sunday at Jackson, this Sunday 23 February from 10am.
A great incentive for 2013-14 - BRING A MATE
The CDCA, in partnership with Cricket NSW and Kingsgrove Sports, have announced a great new incentive for any junior players who bring along a mate to register for cricket this season. Details are:
1. The existing Junior player will receive a new cricket bat to the value of approximately $60 or a gift voucher to the value of $50 at CDCA sponsor Kingsgrove Sports
2. Both the existing Junior player and the new player will both receive a coaching session with Neil D'Costa, Coach of the Campbelltown - Camden Ghosts
3. The existing junior player will go into a draw for an autographed cricket bat
The attached brochure gives all the details:
files/3597/files/Incentive program 2013-14.pdf
Our Under 10s look the part in their new training shirts
Our mighty Under 10s are not only playing great cricket this season but, from what I've been seeing at training, they are really enjoying themselves and have a good team spirit going.
Here they (plus a ring-in or two) are modelling their new training shirts (apologies for the crook photography).
Images of Lake Jackson - 11 February 2012
Ever wondered why Jackson park has a covering of weeds and rubbish after heavy rain? Here's what happened on the afternoon of Saturday 11 February 2012.
After the matches were called off due to the fields being boggy from rain during the week, 4th Grade and 11th Grade were playing a friendly until storm clouds came over and the rain started bucketing down.
The flood starts - about 5 minutes after the downpour started, the stormwater drain in the corner of Field 4 (where the Under 10s and 11s play) started welling up and flowed onto the edge of the field.
It only took about 1 minute for the water to make it to the edge of the pitch
Within a further minute, the whole of field 4 was underwater.
The magnificent sight of Lake Jackson at high tide led two of our intrepid (or stupid?) 4th graders Jeff Corbett and Stirling Savona to head out for a swim. Not sure whether it was a close lightning strike, a pihrana or just the water temperature, but Jeff wasn't keen to stay for too long.
Here's the scenery of Lake Jackson taken from the carpark, with the canteen in the foreground.
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