Established in 1855, the Warrandyte Cricket Club is located in the eastern suburbs of Victoria (Australia), and is the 3rd oldest active cricket club in the state.
Social games were played at the Recreation Reserve in Andersons Creek (now Warrandyte) against neighbouring suburbs until the club entered the Cameron Cricket Association, playing its first game in competition on 11 November 1905 against Christmas Hills.
Season 2010/11 was the club’s 100th in competition (taking into account war periods and club disputes), and during that time over 1,300 people have played in either juniors, seniors, women’s or veterans grades. The club currently competes in the Ringwood and District Cricket Association (RDCA) and fields 6 senior teams, 3 Veterans, 9 junior teams – U/10 to U/16 – and a thriving Milo In2Cricket programme. Currently using 5 separate venues to cater for members’ playing needs and focusing on facility upgrade to ensure playing and practice needs are provided at best level.
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