Organisers of the Friday night January 4 “Farewell KDCA’’ clash and association reunion at Kyabram have been more than happy with the interest being shown.December 19, 2012 4:12am
KDCA historian Mr Trevor Sone has updated his informative book on the KDCAâ€™s history. It is also available on disc.
Organisers of the Friday night January 4 “Farewell KDCA’’ clash and association reunion at Kyabram have been more than happy with the interest being shown.
All but three players from the 2001 and 2002 winning Melbourne Country Week teams have committed to playing in the limited overs game against an invitational eleven which is being skippered by Kyabram’s Test cricketer Matthew Elliott.
One of the organisers, KDCA historian Trevor Stone, said there had been a lot of positive feedback to invitations sent out to former KDCA representative and club players to be there on the night to give the former association, which amalgamated with the Campaspe Cricket Association this season to form Goulburn Murray Cricket, a fitting send-off after 107 years.
Mr Stone has now updated the history of the KDCA from start to finish (1905-2012) and is taking orders for the book or a disc.
He can be contacted on 5852
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