The Leeming Spartan Cricket Club can today confirm that our Club Captain Matthew Milton has announced his immediate retirement. On behalf of the Club, we would like to congratulate and thank Matthew on his service to the Spartans over the past two seasons. Under Matthew’s watch, the Club not only returned to First Grade finals…
The Leeming Spartan Cricket Club has produced its best ever start to a season by winning eight of our first ten matches! In the opening round of the two-day competition, we won in both our First and Second Grade, whilst Thirds narrowly lost by thirty runs. The following weekend saw all seven of our sides…
Don’t forget – tomorrow we’re 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! Everyone is invited – whether you’re playing or not. We’ll have the bar open, BBQ running, and the footy on the telly, all under skies which are forecast…
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 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.
Visible here are some invaluable photos from our Leeming Spartan Cricket Club 1970 Windup, which was held at the Jandakot Hall.
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.
The Leeming Spartan Cricket Club’s Hall of Fame was introduced in 2005 as a means to honour and recognise the extensive on-field contributions of our leading players, since our inception in 1918. See the full list here.
Here is the complete list of players to have won the South Metropolitan Cricket Association’s Jim McKenna Medal since its inception in 1999.
The Brian Waterer Shield is awarded to the Club who has had collectively the most outstanding performances, as judged by the South Metropolitan Cricket Association. Listed here are our performances in the Club Champion award.