wscc life members

kerry brennan

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brad brooker

A Western Suburbs junior cricketer, Brad came into the senior grades in the late 1990s and continues to turn out for the Plovers today. His tireless committee work during the 2000s led to his award of life member.


robert "bob" brown

One of the founders of the Western Suburbs Cricket Club, Robert was one at the "meeting under the lightpost" that started off the club. Robert captained 1st Grade in the inaugural 1947-48 season, while also becoming the first centurion for the club in 1st Grade in 1952-53.


robert "bob" conlon

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russell dimmock

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paul donnelly

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trish donnelly

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peter edmonds

Peter came into senior grade cricket during the mid 1970s and holds the remarkable record of having played 1st Grade across 4 separate decades. His contribution off the field to Western Suburbs has lasted even longer in his service on the committee and as curator.


anthony ellicott

Winning a 1st Grade premiership as a schoolboy in 1976-77, Anthony's playing career for Western Suburbs was destined to be a memorable one. He finished his playing days as the most capped 1st Grade player in Western Suburbs history, winning 5 1st Grade premierships and scoring nearly 5000 runs. Anthony also served on the committee for many years in a variety of roles.


lindsay gibb

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colin goward

A Western Suburbs junior cricketer with strong family ties to the club, Colin made his way into senior grade cricket as a schoolboy in the late 1960s and was seen in Plovers colours for over 20 seasons. He has also been an active member off the field as a coach, committee member and as curator of Coronation Oval.


alan hale

Part of the second "Branxton influx" in 1980-81, Alan came to Western Suburbs as an established 1st Grade cricketer and enjoyed immediate success with the great teams of the early 1980s. Over 30 years later, Alan is still playing for the Plovers and churning out big scores.


eddie hill

Another of the founding fathers of Western Suburbs Cricket Club, Eddie played for the Plovers for over 20 years - making 129 appearances in the top grade. His work as an administrator for the Plovers and also the Maitland association saw him awarded life membership of both the club and the district.


warren howard

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sue jarrett

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warren jarrett

With over 30 years of service to Western Suburbs as a player and administrator, Warren is the most experienced member of the current committee. He made his 1st Grade debut way back in 1988-89 and still makes the odd celebrity appearance in the whites.


james kealy

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geoff mcmahon

Another local product who made his way into the senior grade teams during the 1970s and continued to play across the next 3 decades. It was under Geoff's tenure as club president that the club introduced the mascot of the Plover.


david merchant

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geoff mitchell

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chris mudd

A long serving coach, selector, committee member and mentor to a generation of cricketers for Western Suburbs and Maitland. Chris started his association with the Plovers in the early 1990s and continued through to his passing in 2012. The clubman of the year award has since been re-named in his honour.


charlie o'connor

Charlie arrived at Western Suburbs in 1955-56 after the great flood, and continued to play for the club until well into the 1970s. His feats on the pitch are legendary - taking nearly 650 1st Grade wickets. A perpetual trophy has since been named in his honour.


noel proctor

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darren sales

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ray smith

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poty trap
        

andrew trappel

 Andrew is our latest inductee into the life members club joining Father Warren and Brother Damien.
Andrew holds several 1st grade records and has been a long time servant of the club and committee




damien trappel

Damien has played over 20 seasons of senior grade cricket for Western Suburbs after coming through the junior ranks at the club. He has been an active member of the committee for much of that time, serving a number of years in the role of secretary.


warren trappel

A distinguished top grade cricketer before coming to Western Suburbs, Warren's arrival to the club in 1979-80 signalled the start of golden era for the club under his leadership. Despite being in his 30s when he came to the Plovers, Warren would go on to play over 100 matches in 1st Grade - rarely missing a match in that time.


ron toohey

Recruited as a 14 year old during the inaugural season of Western Suburbs in 1947-48, Ron's 60+ years of service to the club both on and off the field was immeasurable. Even in the last weeks before his passing in 2013, Ron was still actively involved in club events and social functions.


robert wells

Robert played a long career in the senior grades for Western Suburbs, including over 100 appearances in 1st Grade. Robert was also heavily involved with junior cricket at Western Suburbs during the 2000s, working closely with Chris Mudd in implementing junior development programs.