Don’t Miss: WINTER WARMER’S LUNCHEON FRIDAY 15 July – Wicketkeepers Tribute
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ASHES TEST dates for 2023 will be known this month. And for those itching to travel overseas again, it's time to commit for our Official 2023 ACS /Events Travel Ashes Tour, the sixth (and 10th overall) to be hosted by ACS president Ken Piesse and his wife Susan. Our...
Having an involvement in the 2018 Indigenous tour of the UK reawakened Scott Boland’s dream of playing Test cricket for Australia. Twelve players including Scott and his younger brother Nick, played a series of matches in England as part of the 150th birthday...
By Sam Coulson, our ACS Literary Scholar Our own Ken Piesse describes David Long as “a powerhouse in two camps” – at Elsternwick, where he is vice-president and at the Australian Cricket Society where he is Head of Cricket. “Longy” grew up in Ashwood and loves...
“Gatting has absolutely no idea what has happened to it … he still doesn’t know!” – on Shane Warne’s Ball of the Century in 1993.
About the Australian Cricket Society
The Australian Cricket Society was founded in 1967 by a group of cricket aficianados led by Melbourne lawyer Andrew Joseph. Along with founding President Radcliffe Grace, their vision was the creation of a fraternity of cricket lovers to celebrate and “repay the tremendous pleasure we receive from the game”.