An incredible chapter in Leeming Spartan Cricket Club history occurred in early 1996, when after an incredible sixty-seven years, the Club departed the Fremantle & Districts Mercantile Cricket Association, and joined the South Suburban Cricket Association, with the aim of a future merger between the two governing bodies.
The year of 2000 marked the dawn of a new age for the Leeming Spartan Cricket Club, beginning right at the top as we had our first new President, Peter Read, in more than twenty years, following the record set by Brian Waterer. Learn about this chapter in Spartan history here!
Learn about the journey the Leeming Spartan Cricket Club has enjoyed at our current home ground John Connell Reserve, which we gained in 1986.
The Club experienced a sense of déjà vu in 2002, when, after a two year term, Peter Read relinquished the Presidency and Brian Waterer returned to the position he had, incredibly, occupied for a record twenty one seasons over two stints. Read all about this fascinating chapter, 2002 to 2006, in Spartan history here.
Find out how old the Leeming Spartan Cricket Club is!
It is officially Leeming Spartan (singular), as the Club is known as the Leeming Spartan Cricket Club (Inc.). Read here about exactly why that is!
The fifth chapter in the history of the Leeming Spartan Cricket Club, which details the years between 1960 and 1978 under Jack Knox-Peden.
The fourth chapter in the history of the Leeming Spartan Cricket Club, which follows our resurgence following the Second World War.
The Leeming Spartan Cricket Club’s honour board helps to recognise some of the outstanding individuals who have made Leeming Spartan one of the most successful sporting clubs in Western Australia.
The second chapter in the history of the Leeming Spartan Cricket Club, which follows our time in the Fremantle & Districts Mercantile Cricket Association from 1929 until 1942.