Get down to John Connell Reserve anytime today and help us get ready for our biggest season yet! We’re asking all Spartans to lend a few hours from 10:00am, by getting down for training and sticking around after as we re-Spartanise and clean up the clubhouse! There’s plenty to do, including stocking the bar, and we…
The time has flown since our windup in April, because we’re now all set for an enormous summer of cricket as we throw open the doors for the new season!
The weather is heating up, which can only mean one thing – Australia’s most popular sport is about to go into full swing, and the Leeming Spartan Cricket Club is the best location to enjoy all the action!
Join us Thursday October 5th for our Spartan Season Launch!
Click here to read a copy of the 2017/18 season’s playing dates, including dates of the first games for both our one-day and two-day sides.
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.
Viewable here are some club photos from the Leeming Spartan Cricket Club’s 2003/04 season, our 85th year, which saw the official opening of our brand new multi-million dollar clubhouse!
See below for some invaluable photos from the Leeming Spartan Cricket Club’s 2001/02 season, which was highlighted by a two-day Premiership in the 5th Grade.