News – 22nd October 2018

T20 1st Grade Grand Final

Congratulations to our 1st Grade T20 Premiers with a comfortable win Vs Berowra in Sundays GF. The Match Report Section has a match report of the game where Phil Wurth (93) and Ashane De Silva (53) were magnificent.

“Bistro WPH” Photo of the Month

Now that the season is underway for everyone, our ‘Photo of the Month’ Competition is underway. All photos are loaded on the website with the best Photo chosen to win a fabulous prize – a $50 dinner voucher at Bistro WPH – here

To is easy to enter:

  • Just take a photo of anything to do with our Club – Kanga, Girls, Boys and Seniors
  • The photo can be of our players batting, bowling or fielding
  • Also, we are keen to get any ‘quirky’ photos that are a bit of fun.

Next steps

Just take a photo and send it to Ross Anderson (here ) with some brief commentary and it is that easy.

Blowfly Cricket – start delayed yet again

BlowFly Cricket was to start on Friday (12th October). Due to a lengthy wet spell James Henty is very wet so we have put the start date back a week – Friday 26th October.

Blowfly Cricket gives young people aged between 5 and 25 years with autism, cerebral palsy and down syndrome the chance to play competitive sport. It also gives families the chance to be involved and enjoy seeing their children having fun and just enjoying life – check out the website link to find more information – here

If someone if your family is affected or if you know someone who would love to participate then please contact Bill Peterkin on here or 0488 110 942

Junior Boys

Competition results

High achievements for day 2 of Round 4 will be updated as scores come through but the best so far are:


Sidhant Singh 75* (U14 Red) Vs Berowra


Aryaman Sehgal 4/0 (U14 White) Vs Glenorie


  • Johan P and Jay Nanda put on 111* for the 1st wicket Vs Kissing Point. This was the highest partnership of the day across the Association.
  • Ryan Richards (25) & Sidhant Singh (75*) put on 118 for U14 Whites Vs Berowra
  • Luc White (38*) & Rishab Iyer (21*) put on 82* for the U14 Whites Vs Beecroft

Competition Tables

Day 2 of Round 3 concluded on the weekend. Team standings are:

U16s – Blue =1st (1st on quotient); White =1st (3rd on quotient)

U15s – 5th

U14s – Orange =1st (2nd on quotient); Red =1st (3rd on quotient); White =4th (4th on quotient)

U13s – Red =2nd (2nd on quotient), Purple =4th (4th on quotient), Orange =6th (7th on quotient), Blue =6th (8th on quotient), Green =12th (12th on quotient)

U12s – Orange =1st (1st on quotient), Gold =6th (6th on quotient); Red =10th (10th on quotient); Blue =10th (12th on quotient); Green =14th (17th on quotient)

U11s – =6th (7th on quotient), Green 10th (10th on quotient), Blue =14th (14th on quotient), Gold =14th (16th on quotient)

U10s – non competition

U9s – non competition

U8s – non competition

Girls Cricket

The Girls Comp got underway on Saturday with the first game in the Spring Competition. The results are listed. Outstanding Individual achievements will be updated as scorecards are updated.


WPHC 1/130 defeated Normanhurst-Warrawee Black 6/75 – match report to follow


WPHC Red 6/101 defeated WPHC Blue 5/100

In summary, a clash of our two U15 teams took place at John Purchase. The Blue team batted first and steadily accumulated runs.

Esha batted solidly to retire and later return and there was excellent support from Aliya and Tuvini.

With the help of sundries the Blue team made 5 for 100 will wickets shared between Ellen, Danielle, Amy S and Andrea. The Red team chase began with a first ball wicket and two others followed quickly leaving the Red’s struggling on 3 for 11 in only the third over after an excellent opening spell by Amy H and Ragini.

Danielle and Ellen batted sensibly accumulating runs and when both retired they had rebuilt the innings to 3 for 57 at the half way point. The Red team batted steadily but a flurry of wickets left them needing 14 runs off the last four overs with Ellen and Daniele returning to the crease as the last pair. With storm clouds building under darkening skies and lightening getting ever closer the last over was poised with 7 runs needed.

A couple of quick singles and then a four to get the Red team over the line with just two balls to spare and within minutes the heavens opened and the downpour hit. It was a wonderful game of cricket played with terrific enthusiasm by both teams and played in exactly the right spirit. A great advert for girls cricket.



Training has been running since the season start but with Daylight savings now in place it becomes more of an option for people to turn-up who have work or other commitments. Details are:

  • Wednesday @ John Purchase from 4.30 pm
  • Friday @ WPH Sports Club nets also from 4.30 pm.


Points Table

Standings after 4 Rounds are:

  • A1 Grade – 2nd
  • A2 – 1st
  • B1:
    • Blue (Rick) – =4th (5th on quotient)
    • Red (Gunny) – 2nd
  • B2 – 4th
  • C1 – 8th
  • C2:
    • Blue (Fieds) – 1st
    • Red (Indranil) – 5th
  • C3 – =3rd (4th on quotient)
  • D1 – =6th (6th on quotient)
  •  D2 – 5th