The Wonga Park Cricket Club Almanac details the onfield, statistical performance of the club and its players since 1910. The records show that some players have accumulated a lot of runs, or have taken a lot of wickets, over a long playing career, others have produced stellar performances in a shorter period of time, whereas some haven’t really troubled the scoreboard much at all! No matter where you sit in this statistical spectrum, one thing is common – we’ve all had a lot of fun playing cricket at Wonga, and achieving team success along the way.
On behalf of the Club I would like to give a massive thanks to the dedicated Club members, in particular, Craig Meadows, Shawn Everitt and Jason Dines, who have spent an enormous amount of time in retrieving statistics from score books and newspapers and compiling this information into the Almanac. It is an amazing record. There are some periods over our history where score books are missing and so our cricket record is incomplete in parts. But of course there are many wonderful recollections of great, and not so great, cricket performances over our whole history and these are captured in the Wonga Park Cricket Club Centenary Book (1910-11 to 2010-11).
For our past and present players enjoy recalling individual and team highlights that the Almanac provides. There are some that wont need the statistical record to recall their on-field performances(!). For those people outside the Wonga Park CC having a look at these records, I trust you’ll find it interesting.
President, Wonga Park Cricket Club (2016-2017)
Attached is the latest version of the WPCC Senior Almanac