The Well Tavern

The Well Tavern

We are thrilled to announce that The Well Tavern is on board as a MAJOR sponsor of Kwinana Cricket Club this season. The Well Tavern is a family friendly, community minded restaurant and pub, conveniently located right on the train station in Wellard. The Well Tavern...
Preseason Training 2021/2022

Preseason Training 2021/2022

Time to dust off the winter cobwebs and prepare for season 2021-22! We’ve got pre-season training dates locked in. Preseason Net Sessions – at Elite Cricket Training at Cockburn August 7th 3pm to 5pm August 14th 3pm to 5 pm $10 per person. Payed on the day...
Introducing new club president Brad Kilgallon

Introducing new club president Brad Kilgallon

At our recent AGM Brad Kilgallon was voted in as our new club president after David Abbott stepped down. Brad’s been around KCC for around 5 years. Both his boys have played through the juniors sides and now play seniors with the club. Brad is a firefighter with the...
Preseason Training starting

Preseason Training starting

Our regular training is recommencing every Tuesday and Thursday from 4.30pm. Initially this will held at the top nets behind the clubhouse. New players are most welcome, come on down and join in. Please have a chat to a committee member so we can let you know about...

Annual General Meeting – July 22nd 6.30pm

The AGM has been confirmed for July 22nd 6.30pm sharp at the KCC clubhouse. Members are now invited to make submissions to the committee ahead of the meeting. If you are interested in nominating to be on next season’s committee please email Registrar David Langlands...

A Winning End

By Aaron KirbyKwinana’s bowlers gave 2nd Grade and One-Day Cs a satisfying end to a tough season over the weekend.2nd Grade came into day two against Kelmscott with 167 runs on the board after a good performance with the bat.Spearheads Rob Taylor (3-42) and...

Partnerships The Key

By Aaron KirbyGeoff Perera again stood tall for Kwinana’s 2nd Grade side as 4th Grade and One-Day Cs struggled to make an impact.2nd Grade entered the final game of the season against Kelmscott sitting in seventh position on the table.After losing the toss,...

Captains Knock Not Enough

By Aaron Kirby A fighting knock of 79 from 2nd Grade Captain Geoff Perera saw Kwinana send a scare through Jandakot Park’s dressing room as Phoenix outclassed One-Day Cs.Kwinana came into day two against Jandakot at 5-39 and in a desperate position chasing 165...

Big Stand Sees Kwinana Home

By Aaron KirbyOne-Day Cs returned to winning ways against Armadale as 2nd Grade’s batting woes continue. One-Day Cs were on top all day after being put in to bat at Gilmore Oval. Openers Scott Weldon (54) and Scott Benjamin (47) were dominant as they amassed a...