JP Fagg at Twenty20=40 Big Bash

Slideshow highlights of JP Fagg at Marcus Curnow’s Twenty20=40 Big Birthday Bash. Cricket Willow, Shepherds Flat, Victoria, September 11, 2011. Photos: Ben Liney, Rohit Khanna The Stats: Player: JP Fagg Nickname:  JF Song: Brandy by Looking Glass Game 1:  Batting: 12 no Bowling: 4 overs, 4 for 8 Game 2:  Batting: JP Fagg c. AA Narula b. ME Curnow 11 Bowling: Continue reading “JP Fagg at Twenty20=40 Big Bash”

Compton CC vs ACS Wanderers at Melbourne University

“We couldn’t beat the Poms, How about the Yanks?”  Link to the ABC  News report on The Compton Cricket Club versus Australian Cricket Society at University Oval.  Thanks to Ian Hammet, Graham Burgess and the Societies’ Chamberlin Trust Charity Arm for supporting the event so well.

Custard’s Top 5 Willowfest Nicknames

What is it about cricket and nicknames? I was honoured to be invited to play with the Johnny Mullagh XI at the recent Willowfest Cricket Carnival in Mildura but as an invited player I didn’t escape the power dynamics of being ‘named’… 1. Custard: I have always liked to think it’s because of the ‘cus’Continue reading “Custard’s Top 5 Willowfest Nicknames”

Mitch Drank the Ice Bath!

So things were looking pretty dark for Punter and his not so merry men. England were 1 nil up and were once again all over the Aussie’s on Day 1 of the 3rd Ashes Test in Perth. The Rev was distraught on twitter:!/rev3j/status/15242254704713729 Custard reflected…!/marxkernow/status/15267447145758720 Displaying his Christo-Anarchical tendencies The Rev lamented…!/rev3j/status/15269543286935552Continue reading “Mitch Drank the Ice Bath!”

Promoting Indigenous Cricket

Looks like Custard will be doing some work helping Cricket Victoria over the upcoming summer on community cricket, particularly  in indigenous communities around Victoria.  Above is a promo video made for Cricket Australia on indigenous cricket by Carbon Media who produced the doco “From the Ashes” (trailer here) on the recent indigenous Australian Team to tour theContinue reading “Promoting Indigenous Cricket”

Compton Cricket in Oz & on TODAY Show!

Check the video of Laneway Cricket getting a plug on the TODAY Show thanks to the Compton Cricket Club.  A forwarding party are presently in Australia thanks to Hugh Snelgrove with view to a full tour in 2011. Credo Cricketer, Marcus Curnow played with the team in LA in 2009 and Compton regular, John ‘The Rev’Continue reading “Compton Cricket in Oz & on TODAY Show!”

Australia Day/ Indian Republic Day Harmony Cricket Match

Urban Seed’s Credo Cricket and Cricket Victoria partnered to do what they do best on Australia Day hosting a fun match between Victoria Police and Indian students who are friends of Urban Seed through our local connections with the Barkly Street Uniting Church Cricket Club and Footscray Baptist Church. Having run a well publicised streetContinue reading “Australia Day/ Indian Republic Day Harmony Cricket Match”