Category: Premierships

A-Grade Premiers 2020/21

After 12 years in the Barossa & Light Cricket Association, including 8 seasons of playing finals and two One-Day Premierships, Sandy Creek has finally cracked the big one, winning the A1 premiership! In a competition as tight as the Barossa league, premierships often come down to a decent slice of luck, as well as doing

Under 17 Premiers 2020/21

The Under 17s got Sandy Creek off to a great start on Grand Final weekend, winning the premiership comfortably over South Gawler. Shortened due to weather to a 30 overs per side battle under lights at Tanunda, the young Cockies batted first and set a very solid total of 8/143. Dylan Hoppo was the best

Under 14 Premiers – 2018/19!

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

C-Grade – A4 Premiers 2018/19!

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

Under 16 Premiers – 2018/19!

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

Under 14s – Premiers 2017/18!

Congratulations to the Sandy Creek U14 side on winning their Grand Final in dominant fashion! In what was almost the perfect season for the young Cockies, the Grand Final against the (also previously undefeated) Angaston team was almost as one sided as many of their other games. Angaston won the toss and batted first, amassing

PDCA – Women’s Black 2017/18 Premiers!

The Sandy Creek women’s team are the 2017/18 PDCA Women’s Black premiers! After just making the finals and then knocking off the top side (Eyre Royals) comfortably last week in the semi final, the ladies have knocked off the second side ATCO in a huge performance to take out the Grand Final. The Sandy Creek

Inaugural T20 Premiers!

Sandy Creek are the inaugural winners of the B&LCA T20 Competition. Chasing 102 for victory, the Cockies just passed Freeling’s tally in the last over, with Chris McLean bringing us home with a classy 47 not out. Pick of the bowlers was evergreen Scott “MJ” Hill with 3/14 off his 4 overs and Jamie Diener

A-Grade – B&LCA One Day Premiers, 2015/16

After a very solid one-day campaign, Sandy Creek took home the 2015/16 One Day premiership, with a Grand Final victory over Angaston at Nuriootpa. The clear Man Of The Match was Jamie Diener, who not only took 3/21 with the ball, but set the platform for victory with a quickfire 76 with the bat, including

PDCA – Women’s Black Premiers 2012/13 – Back-to-Back!

The Sandy Creek women’s side are back-to-back premiers in 2012/13, after chasing down a formidable total from Salisbury West. Set 151 for victory, the female Cockatoos won easily in the end, thanks largely to a foundation set by openers Jess Schirmer and Ashlee Morrow. Schirmer, the victorious captain, finished on 37 not out, while Morrow