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Tom Carden

CPCC Christmas Party 2009

Adam Peacock as William Catt's 'GAH'

Record numbers attended the Club’s annual Christmas Party in December pushing the Rupee Room’s capacity to the limit. Despite the influx of club members, both RSVP’ers & ‘surprise’ attendees alike were eventually accommodated comfortably at the Collaroy restaurant and entertained by the Luke & Camo Trivia Show. The Superhero or …

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Upcoming Double Wicket Comp 2009/10

The much awaited Double Wicket Comp is confirmed for Sunday December 13th at Vic Huxley Oval, Plateau Park. The pairs format has proved a popular event over the past few years. Interest in this years day has heightened after last years washout. Places are limited so email info@collaroyplateaucc.org.au to book …

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Masters Team Defeats Manly

Manly Oval Nov 1 2009: CPCC’s Masters Team (Over 40s) have continued their inaugural campaign in the Sydney Masters Competition with a comfortable win over Manly Grade Club. In the much anticipated local derby held at the picturesque Manly Oval, CPCC’s total of 204 off 40 ovals proved too much …

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Round 4: Cricket Back at the Plateau

Plateau Park 2009

2nd Grade took full advantage of the home conditions on Saturday to record a first day win against Harbord Bowling Club. Matt Richards started the wickets tumbling however it was Will Dobbie who wrecked havoc amongst Harbord’s middle and late order recording his second 5 wicket haul in as many …

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Inaugural MWCA T20 Comp Underway

Inaugural T20 Team 2009

CPCC Gets Home Against Harbord BC in a Thriller Nolans 5, Sun 18/10: CPCC’s T20 XI organised and captained by Tom Carden, and evenly representing all Senior grades were victorious in their first match on Sunday at Nolans. A total of eight teams from CPCC, Balgowlah, Wakehurst, Manly Leagues, Harbord …

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Round 3: Top Grade Cricket Back at the Plateau

For the first time in over a year, our top grade played at home on Saturday but the homecoming wasn’t a happy one. Under beautiful blue skies and in front of a healthy crowd, the Towers won the toss and batted against First Grade newcomers Cromer. The day started poorly …

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