This Saturday evening serves as the first official function for the Leeming Spartan Cricket Club for season 2017/18 – our 99th year! Saturday October 28th from 7:00pm is the inaugural Spartan Cup – a night of great entertainment for all who attend! We’re hosting a series of massive races, plus a bundle of fantastic raffles…
This Saturday, September 16th, the Leeming Spartan Cricket Club is taking on the Ferndale-Lynwood Cricket Club at the home of cricket – John Connell Reserve – in two massive scratch matches ahead of season 2017/18!
After an extended hiatus, we’re now finally into our fourth edition in our “From The Spartan Archives” series, and today, we’re looking at an interesting albeit restricted chapter in Spartan Cricket Club history.
The Leeming Spartan Cricket Club’s Safe Transport Policy is aimed to ensure the health and safety of all members when departing the Club, to prevent above-limit driving. Read it here.
Congratulations to Bullcreek Leeming Amateur Football Club Legend and Leeming Spartan Premiership Player Paul Petkovich, who plays his mammoth 400th game for the Bombers this weekend! Pecko has been one of the BLAFC’s greatest ever, both on and off the field, having played an incredible 23 seasons, twenty of which he has spent on their…
The Leeming Spartan Cricket Club’s 2007 Windup was held at the Brass Monkey in Northbridge, in what was the final year at the helm for our longest serving President Brian Waterer. Photos from this very enjoyable night can be seen here.
Seen here are photos from the Leeming Spartan Cricket Club’s 2006 Windup, which was held at our clubhouse on John Connell Reserve.
Visible here are some invaluable photos from our Leeming Spartan Cricket Club 1970 Windup, which was held at the Jandakot Hall.
Seen here are some snapshots from our 2008/09 season, which saw an invincible First Grade take home the Premiership in what was a remarkable ninetieth year for the Leeming Spartan Cricket Club.
Seen here are photos from our hugely successful 2006/07 season, which was highlighted by a sensational First Grade Premiership and saw the retirement of Club Legend Brian Waterer from the position of President after a record 27 years.