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2011-12 Season

2011-12 Season

After a fantastic 2010-11, we now have a tremendous base to work from for the 2011-12 season. Our preparation starts now!! Your Committee has already commenced discussions for next season including

'       Skills based specialist coaching program

'       Come'n'Try Day/ Season launch ' tentative date Sunday 21 August (to avoid City to Surf!)

'       Recruitment and player development discussions

Pre-season training for Grade teams commences Sunday 7 August.

See you all soon!

Chatswood RSL - Major Sponsor 2010/11

Chatswood RSL - Major Sponsor 2010/11

new chats logoWe are delighted to announce that Chatswood RSL Club has not only renewed but increased its major sponsorship of the Mighty Reds for the coming season. The generosity of Chatswood RSL contributes enormously to our ability to maintain fees at a manageable rate while also providing quality grounds, coaching and equipment.

We encourage all members and supporters aged 18 and over to hold membership of the RSL Club and use its facilities. Annual membership is just $5.50. Click here for a membership form:

Thank you Chatswood RSL Club!



Club Members and Supporters,

As you would be aware, your Club's Annual General Meeting was held on Tuesday 24 June. On behalf of the Club, we congratulate the following volunteers on their election to your Club's Committee for the 2008/09 Season:

Executive Committee

President Jessica Henry
Deputy President Bronwyn Calver
Secretary Nicky Paterson
Treasurer Kate Griffith

General Committee

Social Michelle Slack-Smith, Annelie Chapple, Kate Griffith
Sponsorship Alan Patrick, Jess Davidson, Michelle Slack-Smith
Grounds Convenor Bernard Perry
Equipment Officer Annelie Chapple
Archivist Jessica Henry
Sydney CA Delegate Bernard Perry
Gordon DCC Delegate Alan Patrick
Northern Sydney Girls CA Delegates Creon Cambitzi, Keith Maclaine
Publicity Officer Jess Davidson

Your Club has been fortunate enough to have many dedicated volunteers throughout its history. We believe this Committee to be one of the strongest ever assembled and we urge you to give them your support to ensure a very successful 27th Season for your Club. Additional volunteers welcome at any time!

Jessica Henry

Annual Report 2007/08

GDWCC Presentation

GDWCC Presentation

Clubwoman of the Year: Nicky Paterson (presented by President Jessica Henry)


Inaugural Volunteer of the Year: Creon Cambitzi (presented by President Jessica Henry & Peggy Wilton, RSL Director)


Club Player of the Year: Bronwyn Calver (presented by President Jessica Henry & Peggy Wilton, RSL Director)


Brewer Shield Player of the Year, Batting Aggregate & Average, Bowling Aggregate: Mathilda Carmichael (presented by Deputy President Bronwyn Calver)


Brewer Shield Bowling Average: Stephanie Hickman (presented by Deputy President Bronwyn Calver)


Brewer Shield Player's Player: Nicole Shaw (presented by Deputy President Bronwyn Calver)


Third Grade Player of the Year, Batting Aggregate & Average, Bowling Aggregate: Tracy Hancock (presented by Dr Haren Sthalekar)


Third Grade Batting Aggregate: Jessica Henry (presented by Dr Haren Sthalekar)


Third Grade Player's Player: Lisa Chan  (presented by Dr Haren Sthalekar & Nicky Paterson)


First Grade Player of the Year, Batting Aggregate & Average: Bronwyn  Calver (presented by Bernard Perry)


First Grade Bowling Aggregate: Lauren Hamman (presented by Bernard Perry)


First Grade Bowling Average & Player's Player: Emma Doutreband (presented by Bernard Perry)


Juniors with Cha:


Super 8s:


Third Grade:


Brewer Shield:


SCA Premiers' Function

SCA Premiers' Function

Gordon were presented with the Brewer Shield and the Super 8s trophy as well as collecting a number of individual awards.


Brewer Shield winners lead by Nicole Shaw and accompanied by a proud club president!

Proud family & friends of the Brewer Shield team look on.

Award winners: Annelie Chapple (3rd grade batting average) & Kate Griffith (3rd wicketkkeeping).

Third Grade captain Nicky Paterson with the Super 8s Trophy.

Bronwyn Calver (First Grade Player of the Year) was presented with her trophy by last season's winner, Charlotte Anneveld.

The Sydney Cricket Association Women's Sub-Committee lead by club president Jessica Henry.

Gordon's 2008 Emerging Breakers

Gordon's 2008 Emerging Breakers

Congratulations to:

Under 13 - Jessie Maclaine

Under 14 - Lauren Cambitzi, Olivia Cook, Paige Smyth-Oliver

Under 15 - Mathilda Carmichael, Sam Egan

Under 17 - Stephanie Hickman, Joanna Lawson, Keely MacKenzie

These girls will now train through the winter with the goal of being selected in the City Teams for City versus Country early in the 2008/09 Season. From this fixture the State U15 and U17 Teams will be selected to compete in the National Championships in their respective age groups in December and January.

Well done girls and GO THE REDS!

Changing of the guard

Changing of the guard


Many of you would be aware that the Annual General Meeting of your Club was held on Wednesday 8 June. Club president Jessica Henry was pleased to announce that roles were filled at the meeting as follows:

Executive Committee

  • President Jessica Henry
  • Deputy President Donna Little
  • Treasurer Neha Cunningham
  • Secretary Lisa 'Dusty' Morley

General Committee

  • Archivist Jessica Henry
  • SCAWC Delegate Amy Buttsworth & Michelle Knights
  • GDCC Delegate Alan Patrick
  • NSJGA Delegate Richard Lyon
  • Publicity Officer Stephanie Rodgers
  • Sponsorship Murray Rodgers & Alan Patrick
  • Grounds Convenor Bernard Perry
  • Equipment Officer Geri Rieper

'I would like to take this opportunity to thank all outgoing committee members for their contributions, in particular Ian Greentree, Tracy Hancock and Geri Rieper. Geri has completed a 3 year stint as Secretary' said Henry.

Once again the great support we receive from friends and family sees the general committee well complemented and raring to go. We welcome Dusty and Neha to the executive, and with the 2005-06 season rapidly approaching, look forward to benefiting from the enthusiasm and energy they bring to the table.