Sunday , May 19 2019

Tom Carden

A1 Towers Fall in Premiership Run Chase

Harbord Park 28/29 Mar: The new Harbord Diggers team are the A1 Premiers after bowling out CPCC for 120. Set 180 to chase on Saturday, CPCC lost 4 key wickets in the few overs before stumps on day 1 but did manage 50 runs. The loss of Henriksen and Papandrea …

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Joyce Huxley

It is with great sadness that I report the passing of Joyce Huxley. Those associated with the Club from the very earliest days through fifty years will know of Joyce’s wonderful support and friendship. They will also know of the key role number 96 Blandford Street Collaroy Plateau has played …

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Santa Brings New Run-Ups for Plateau Park Nets

Collaroy Plateau Cricketers were pleasantly surprised on their return to training at Plateau Park by the new bowling run-ups in the nets. This unexpected work has solved a number of safety concerns as well as improving the facility for bowlers and removing an eyesore created by the old dirt patch. …

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The Early Years

For sixty years, the community of Collaroy Plateau has been represented in the Manly Warringah Cricket Association by the Collaroy Plateau Cricket Club. This is an achievement that Club members are justifiably proud of as the continuity of the Club is an historic reflection of the growth and development of …

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Founding Fathers

Whilst Vic Huxley’s long service to the Cricket Club, Primary School, Youth Club and Baptist Church saw the oval named in his honour, others like Geoff ‘Chippy’ Browne and Barry Harland were also instrumental in laying the foundations for our Club which has lasted fifty years. Their work did not …

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CPCC Museum

Located in the foyer of the Youth Club, the CPCC Museum displays equipment, trophies and other memorabilia from our Club’s long history. The collection is dominated by trophies, plates and other souvenirs from CPCC’s two England Tours, in 2005 and 2009. The cricket equipment display contains old bats, gloves, pads …

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A Year to Remember

In 2001 the A1’s convincingly won the Clifton D Leake Shield after a fantastic post New Year run where they were undefeated. The team went through the 2001 calendar year losing only one match. This was the Club’s first outright A1 victory in fifty years of cricket.

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Tower Of Strength

Psychological Implications of the Plateau Watertower. by Alan Richardson In the early years of the 19th Century, colonial cartographers and surveyors were struck by the natural beauty of our local area. Magnificent golden sandy beaches, rocky headlands and estuarine waterways could be viewed from coastal hills, of which Collaroy Plateau …

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