Had fun commentating and umpiring the Laneway Cricket local Derby headed up by Dirk Nannes for the Renegades and James Pattinson for the Stars. Julie Hunter was also present for the VicSpirit. Great work Stephanie Newton from Cricket Victoria pulling it together and Ray Kuffer for umpiring. -Marcus
Excited to see Urban Seed’s Credo Cricket lads joining forces with the Aboriginal Fitzroy Parkies to form CREDO PARKIES for the upcoming Reclink Australia cricket season. A full Facebook Gallery from the warm up in Melbourne’s Laneways!
Great feature on Dateline SBS last night by Yaarra Bou Melhem of the Compton Cricket Club’s Australian Cricket Tour. Some good pics of the Mullagh’s, Urban Seed’s Laneway Cricket and Australian Cricket Society in the photos section. http://www.sbs.com.au/dateline/story/watch/id/601337/n/Cricket-Therapy
Highlights: Cap presentation by Urban Seed EO Chris Lacey at Laneway Cricket Match in the heart of Melbourne. Photo shoots and autographs with locals via the Marie Claire article found in the magazine rack at the local ‘servo’ in Skipton! Moments of silence : before the game at Harrow remembering members who had died fromContinue reading “Compton Cricket Club Australian Tour Victoria Highlights & Thanks”
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!”
The Credo Cricket mob had a great time with James Matheson from Channel 10’s 7pm Project having a hit of Laneway Cricket with PwC, Victorian Minister for Sport and Rec. Hon. James Merlino and Tony Dodemaide from Cricket Victoria who got it cracking. The footage is here with special comments from Father Bob McGuire! http://is.gd/5ltwV
Laneway Cricket inspires match between Victoria Police and Indian Students Report from Urban Seed Report from The Age