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POSTED: 22/10/18 AUTHOR:

Wandering XI v XXIX – Wednesday 24th October

The Wandering XI starts its 2018-19 season with its annual match against the MCC XXIXers at the Walter Galt Reserve in Parkdale, home of the Kingston Hawthorn Hawks. It is 10.30 for an 11 o’clock start. ACS debutant, Red Hill left-hander Sam Ferguson is captain. Also representing the ACS for the first time  are wicketkeeper Sean Kerr and John […]

POSTED: 22/07/18 AUTHOR:

Annual General Meeting 24th September

Dear members and friends of the society please find Annual Meeting 24.09.2018 Invitation & Agenda:NOM details of the annual meeting coming up. Attached is the Agenda, Committee nominations and further details. If you are attending please note you will need to Contact Wayne Ross to book yourself in with MCG Security for Car Parking and […]

POSTED: 10/06/18 AUTHOR:

40 YEAR RE-UNION OF THE MIGHTY VICS

Looking forward to this great 40th year reunion afternoon of the Mighty Big V Cricketers from the 1978-79 and 1979-80 seasons. Our Australian Cricket Society is proud to be hosting the event at our Melbourne inner-city base the Kelvin Club. Fourteen of the lads also represented Australia at Test, ODI and ‘rebel’ level. Many are […]

POSTED: 21/05/18 AUTHOR:

Proud to be assisting Vanuatu Cricket

The Australian Cricket Society  and Kalgin transport have sent a large container of cricket equipment and brand new shoes to Vanuatu to assist Cricket Vanuatu in its endeavours to foster the game amongst thousands of super-enthusiastic boys and girls. That’s the shipment below, with ACS president Ken Piesse.

POSTED: 06/05/18 AUTHOR:

ACS Annual Dinner Guest Speaker Brad Hodge

Brad Hodge is Victoria’s most capped cricketer, a fabulous batsman who extended his career into his 40s at Twenty20 level and now coaches regularly in the Indian Premier League. His long-time coach Greg Shipperd says Hodge is the finest  Victorian cricketer of his generation, ahead of anyone even  Shane Warne. Hodge represented Australia in six […]

POSTED: 28/04/18 AUTHOR:

The Kelvin Club Lunch with Cameron White

In 18 stellar years in big cricket, Cameron White’s formidable CV includes Australian selection across all three formats, his first Victorian games at 17, the Bushranger’s captaincy at 20, the Australian Twenty20 captaincy and five Sheffield Shields. Captain for 10 years from 2003-04 (when he was just 20), White’s cool and calm leadership inspired confidence. […]

POSTED: 19/04/18 AUTHOR:

Vale Neville J Turner

Neville Turner was an extraordinary person who had an extraordinary impact on the Australian Cricket Society during his term as President (1998~99 until 2000~01.  Neville was a regular in the outer at first-class games at the MCG (and most other grounds in Australia and around the world).  He sat with a regular group of cricket […]

POSTED: 16/09/17 AUTHOR:

Pull on the creams for the ACS

ACS cricketers look forward to another great season of cricket in 2017-18 playing 28 games in all. Our Wandering X1 plays on some of the loveliest grounds in the cricketing world including games against the MCC 29ers, the Lords Taverners, and the Suma Park Bellarinas. Back by popular demand are games against the Eccentrics and the […]

POSTED: 12/09/17 AUTHOR:

Sheffield Shield Luncheon with Andrew “Ronnie” McDonald

Our guest of honour, Bushrangers head coach Andrew ‘Ronnie’ McDonald had a distinguished decade as a player highlighted by silverware with the Vics and four Tests for Australia.  A genuine all-rounder, he was a pivotal player in Victoria’s run of silverware under Greg Shipperd from the early 2000s, his aggressive batting complemented by his considerable reverse swing skills.  Andrew […]

POSTED: 26/08/17 AUTHOR:

Season Launch with Rod Nicholson

ROD NICHOLSON is one of Australia’s best-known sports journalists and authors. He reported cricket, football, racing and other sports for 47 years for The Herald and The Herald Sun and was the voice of cricket for years on everyone’s favourite 3DB. He will talk about the cricket pay strike — and promises to have some tips for us […]

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Ricky Ponting

After retiring from a career as one of the world’s best cricketers, Ricky has now joined the board of the Ponting Foundation. Off the field, since 2002 Ricky and his wife Rianna have raised in excess of $10 million to help young Australians and their families beat cancer. In 2008 Ricky and Rianna established the Ponting Foundation to provide focus to their fundraising efforts.

In 2012 Ricky was appointed as an Officer in the General Division of the Order of Australia (AO); not only for his extraordinary cricketing achievements, but also for his distinguished service to the community through the establishment of the Ponting Foundation.

We are honoured to have Ricky as our patron with the Australian Cricket Society

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