WHEN: Friday 6th April
WHERE: Campbelltown Memorial Oval
COST: $60 per head – Tickets must be pre-paid by direct deposit
RSVP: By Monday 12th April to email@example.com or 0435 966 751
You are invited to the 2021/22 season junior trials (Under 14 & Under 16 Squads) for the East Torrens District Cricket Club. The ETDCC is a foundation member of the SACA dating back to 1897, and is home to current Redbacks Jake Lehmann and Luke Robins. We have a proud history of producing players to play for South Australia and Australia.
See the attached flyer for all the details ETDCC 2021-22 Trials Flyer U14 U16
Under 14 – Players must be under the age of 14 as at 1/9/2021
Trial dates: Wednesday 21st April 2021 – 5.30pm to 7.00pm and Thursday 29th April 2021 – 5.30pm to 7.00pm.
Location: Mega Courts Indoor Sports, Albert Street, Windsor Gardens.
Under 16 – Players must be under the age of 16 as at 1/9/2021
Trial dates: Thursday 22nd April 2021 – 5.30pm to 7.00pm and Wednesday 28th April 2021 – 5.30pm to 7.00pm.
Location: Mega Courts Indoor Sports, Albert Street, Windsor Gardens.
Due to Covid provisions, please register attendance at the trials by emailing name & DOB of by Sunday 18th April 2021 to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We ask that all players trialing in the age groups above bring along a $10 (cash) trial fee on the first trial date
All players will need their own cricket equipment and cricket ball (156g is prescribed for both age groups) to use during the sessions
You are invited to the 2021/22 season Under 12 Development Squad trials for the East Torrens District Cricket Club. The ETDCC is a foundation member of the SACA dating back to 1897, and is home to current Redbacks Jake Lehmann and Luke Robins. We have a proud history of producing players to play for South Australia and Australia.
See the attached flyer for all the details ETDCC 2021-22 Under 12 Trials Flyer
Trial dates: Monday 15th March 2021 – 5.30pm to 7.00pm and Monday 22nd March 2021 – 5.30pm to 7.00pm.
Location: East Torrens bottom nets, Campbelltown Memorial Oval.
Due to Covid provisions, please register attendance at the trials by emailing name & DOB of player for the Under 12 Development Squad by Friday 12th March 2021 to: email@example.com
WE ARE PUTTING A CALL OUT TO ALL EAST TORRENS PAST PLAYERS OF ALL GRADES.
WE WANT YOU!!!!
TO ATTEND OUR PAST PLAYERS DAY ON:
SATURDAY 13TH OF MARCH FROM 3.30pm TILL 9.30pm (Or later if you wish!)
CAMPBELLTOWN MEMORIAL OVAL – NEW CLUBROOMS
YOUR FIRST DRINK IS FREE AND WE WILL BE RUNNING A SAUSAGE SIZZLE.
OUR FIRST GRADE TEAM WILL BE PLAYING WEST TORRENS FOR THE QUINN CUP AT CAMPBELLTOWN.
WE WOULD LOVE TO SEE AS MANY PAST PLAYERS THERE AS POSSIBLE, AND IT IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU TO CHECK OUT OUR NEW FACILITY.
FOR CATERING PURPOSES PLEASE RSVP VIA TEXT TO EITHER GREG SIZE ON 0419185767 OR GRAEME YATES ON 0433 024046.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU BACK TO THE CLUB!
Flyer attached ETDCC Past Players Day
The club would like to congratulate Luke Szabo on making the Under 15 state squad. Unfortunately Cricket Australia suspended all national carnivals this season due to COVID-19, but Luke and the rest of the squad will be playing in the Prince Alfred College Invitation Tournament from the 7th-12th of December.
Go well Luke.
The club would like to congratulate all the boys that have been selected in our Ray Sutton Shield team, the squad is as follows:
James Gray (Co-Captain)
Roan Paul Renny
Alecs Zorzi (Co-Captain)
For those interested, our games are being played at the following venues. All a 12:30 start.
1st November vs Port Adelaide at Port Adelaide Reserve
8th November vs Prospect at Campbelltown
15th November vs Northern Districts at Campbelltown
22nd November vs Kensington at Parkinson Oval
29th November vs Tea Tree Gully at Bulkana Oval
Get out and support our junior reds!
Click the link below for information on the re-scheduled ETDCC Junior Squad trials for season 2020/21.
Registration for the trials is compulsory in order to be able to attend, and even if you previously registered for the postponed trials from March/April, we ask that you please register details again. Please refer to the instructions on the enclosed flyer for how to register. Also note the relevant age criteria applicable to each squad.
Feel free to pass on the flyer to anyone you know to be interested in attending. We look forward to seeing you there!
Please click the following link to view the junior presentations for the 2019/20 season.
It is with great sadness that I write to the East Torrens family to advise the passing of our former President and Life Member, Dr Dean Southwood.
Dean is possibly the most influential person in East Torrens’ history. His passion and hard work for our club has shaped it in to the success it is today.
Dean’s hard working “get-your-hands-dirty” attitude is something that has influenced me while undertaking the Presidents role.
His visionary role in the Anti-Smoking movement is something that is now accepted world-wide, and has provided ongoing financial support to our club through “Foundation East Torrens” until this day.
I have spoken to Dean’s wife, Margaret by telephone on Saturday to pass on our condoloences and express our gratutitute for Deans’s leadership and contrbution to our club.
I have asked Peter Herbert to write some further word on Dean’s amazing service to East Torrens and these are below.
Vale, Dean Southwood you will be sorely missed.
SOUTHWOOD, Dean Milton
The players and supporters, both past and present, of the East Torrens District Cricket Club will be saddened to learn of Dean’s passing, on Maundy Thursday (09/04/2020).
We salute a man whose passion and energy over many years, as President, Chairman, amazing fundraiser (and the list could go on) made a contribution to the club which has been unsurpassed in South Australian cricket.
Dean was an eastern-suburbs man throughout; he kept an eye on East Torrens’ progress every week. He was also a legendary supporter of the Redlegs.
His vision for the club never wavered from the moment in 1974 when he was invited to help the cause. From then on he was always ready and willing to do the hard yards, including even pitch preparation, which were sorely needed at the time.
As a busy Ear, Nose and Throat surgeon, it seems incredible that Deano could fit in the massive contribution in time and energy to our club that he did. He was originally invited to the club by Dr Clive Matthews, a GP, who was one of our A/B – Grade players. At the time we possessed many very good players, but the playing and practice conditions would be laughed at today. For half of the 1974/5 season, Campbelltown Oval was unfit for any cricket; then it was out of action the entire 1975/6 season, a premiership year for the A-Grade.
You wouldn’t have put sheep onto the practice area! Good place to lose any form you might have had.
It was at this time that the two doctors swung into action, setting the club up on a more professional basis. Naturally that meant money, and sponsorship was needed.
Dean was in the perfect position to judge the harmful effects of smoking; quite simply he basically took on the tobacco companies and the SACA (whose main sponsor was Benson and Hedges). Dean was subsequently able to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for the club. One of the fruits of his herculean efforts was a new pavilion to take over from the besser-brick ‘changeroom’ (recently demolished).
His courage in the face of strong opposition from the tobacco lobby was outstanding.
At times Dean could present a brusque, almost grumpy exterior, brooking no nonsense; he was never loveable, just pragmatic and driven. But underneath beat a mighty heart, passionate for the red and blue. For those who have seen the club from the start of the 1970’s, it is hard to imagine how East Torrens could be in the healthy state it is today without Dean.
For those who haven’t done so already, get hold of a copy of Parade to Paradise, our history, and read more about this remarkable man.
Our thoughts are with his lovely wife Marg, who was ever by his side at our club, and his family, at this time.
To all ETDCC Players, Life Members, Members and Supporters,
As per my previous message, the 2019/2020 Premier Cricket Season has come to a premature end due to Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Whilst we are extremely disappointed that we did not get the opportunity to have our 1st, 3rd and 4th Grades compete in the finals series, I am extremely proud of the way our club has performed on the field this year with highlights including:
Whilst we are extremely disappointed and put forward a major case requesting the finals series to proceed in some format, the health and well-being of our players, volunteers and the wider Eastern Reds family, is our number one priority.
Due to the unprecedented completion of the season, the following will take place:
Late yesterday, it was formally resolved by the SACA Premier Cricket Committee that premiership titles will be awarded to the minor premiers in all junior and senior grades. The premiership titles will be denoted that finals matches were not played. On behalf of East Torrens, we congratulate those recipients.
Junior and Senior Presentation Nights
Junior and Senior Presentation nights programmed for Friday 27th March and Friday 3rd April respectively have been cancelled, however we are considering options on how we will be able to recognise our trophy winners and thank our volunteers, sponsors etc. Further information will be provided when available.
Junior trials for next season will also be postponed until it is safe to hold these and we will advise the new dates ASAP.
I would like to personally thank Stephen Stubbings, the coaching staff, players, volunteers and committee members who have given their absolute all in improving our on-field performances this year.
Bring on 2020/21!