Sandyford Cricket Club
Congratulations to Srikanth Boddu
The first man (below) to hit over 1000 runs in a season with the grand total of 1010 from 25 games for both the 1st and the 2nds combined.
He becomes the top run scorer for the 2nds in a season and the 5th highest run scorer in a season for the 1sts. He also moves up to 13th place in the list of top run scorers of all time for the Club where Derek McCormack leads the way with 4424 runs.
Last Updated (Sunday, 28 September 2014 10:07)
Annual General Meeting 30/09/2014
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the club will take place in The Dropping Well public house Milltown, Co. Dublin (same venue as last year) on Tuesday 30th September at 8pm.
The agenda will consist of the following:
Minutes of AGM 2013
Club Captain's report
Season 2015 - a look forward
Election of committee for season 2015
Appointment of Auditor under rule 4.7
A full attendance of all registered members is requested by the committee as there will be much to discuss under season 2015. It was noted and mentioned several times during the course of the current season that out of 56 registered members, approximately 26 played anything approaching regular cricket. Where does this leave Captains trying to fill three teams and compete in league and cups ?
We need members to attend in person and bring their views on all matters relating to the club with them.
Looking forward to seeing you all on the 30th.
Anthony Burke (Hon. Secretary)
Game off vs Dundalk !!
Dundalk 2 can't field a side.
Belated presentation to Anish Pillai
Before Sunday's 3rds game against Castleknock, David Gray presented Anish Pillai with his trophy for taking the most catches in 2013.
Weekend September 13h-14th 2014
The 2nds game against Ring Common 1st on Saturday was cancelled, with Ring Common apparently unable to field a team.
Sandyford 3rds faced their Castleknock equivalent on Sunday in Marlay. Put in to bat, Castleknock were dismissed for 138 with Anand Joshi taking 5 wickets but despite being 55-03 at one stage, Sandyford collapsed to 88 ao. Adrian Humphreys played his last game for the club, but signed off by ending the Castleknock innings with a catch. The Marlay Fox also played on his final game as 3rd team captain.
Anand Joshi whose 5 wickets were not enough to beat Castleknock 3rds
Last Updated (Monday, 15 September 2014 14:11)