Night of Legends SANDY CREEK CRICKET CLUB Curdnatta Park • Davies Road • Sandy Creek Cocktail Attire DOOR PRIZE $25 PER HEAD This will be a great night for all players, supporters and members young and old to catch up, reminisce and help congratulate our first inductees into the Hall of Fame. Come along with
With multiple junior premierships in the last 5 years, it comes as little surprise that Sandy Creek’s A-Grade currently features some of the best young cricketers in the Barossa. Current Cockatoo juniors Will O’Brien (U15 and U17), Riley Horsburgh (U17), Adrian Pullman (U17) and Harry Maher (U15) have all featured in the A-Grade this year
Sandy Creek Cricket Club has been busy during the off-season with some key signings laying the foundation for a successful 2019/20. Highly respected coach Steve Hands has been reappointed after a successful first year as senior coach where all 3 senior sides played in finals. Adding to the continuity of senior leadership, Rhys “Rooster” Handtke
Completing a hat trick of premierships for Sandy Creek, all from fourth position at the end of the minor round, the U14 Sandy Creek Green side were resounding victors over Nuriootpa in the big dance. This was a particularly impressive effort by the lads, as the club’s talent pool was diluted by splitting into two
In swiftly fading light and a light drizzle of rain, the C-Grade “rode the donkey” to a classy victory over South Gawler in the A4 Grand Final at Stockwell Oval yesterday. Building on the foundations laid by Kym McLean, coach Stephen Hands has much to be proud of in his first season as coach of
Congratulations to the Sandy Creek Under 16s, coming from fourth position to win the 2018/19 premiership! A very disciplined performance saw them defeat ladder leaders South Gawler in the semi final. After losing the toss and having to field, the young Cockies proceeded to roll the favourites for 74 runs in just 23 overs. Wickets
After a relatively quiet start to the season, some of Sandy Creek’s batsmen have gone ballistic in the second half of the year! As at Christmas, the only player to make a hundred was Daniel “DK” Koch, with 148 against Hamley Bridge in the C-Grade. Then Mark “Merv” Freyer decided to become a trend setter.
What a week for superstar A-Grader Jamie Diener! Representing the Barossa and Light Association in the Country Cup, Jamie was named the Player of the Carnival after a sensational week, topped off with a century on the final day against the South East. Jamie was the leading run scorer for the carnival, with 196 runs