Cricket Handbook 2019 - TOOWOOMBA GRAMMAR SCHOOL A Member of the GPS Association of QLD

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Table Of Contents
From the Director of Sport and Activities........................................................................2
From the Director of Cricket..............................................................................................3
2018 GPS 1st XI Coach’s Report.........................................................................................4
2018 GPS 1st XI Captain’s Report......................................................................................5
2018 Representative Players.............................................................................................8
2018 Representative Players.............................................................................................9
2018 Trophy Award Winners........................................................................................... 10
2018 Trophy Award Winners........................................................................................... 11
A Century On.................................................................................................................... 12
2018 TGS Development Camp Review........................................................................... 16
2018 TGS Camp Review................................................................................................... 17
From the Game Day Manager........................................................................................ 18
GPS Cricket Draw 2019.................................................................................................... 19

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From the Director of
Sport & Activities
I would like to welcome all the players, parents, coaches and supporters        match-day support. In addition to this, Mr Mark Creedon in his role of
to the 2019 Cricket season at Toowoomba Grammar School.                         Game Day Manager proved to be highly successful in 2018 with his
                                                                                efficient collation of results, statistics and general logistical arrangements
  Building on the strength of the 2018 season where we had a record
                                                                                allowing the Saturday fixtures to run smoothly.
34 teams competing, we will look to the foundations that have underpinned
the success of this program; the players, for further enhancement. These          The information in this handbook will be of particular use for parents
players will no doubt continue developing their technical nous, patience        and supporters but it should also be noted that the participation of our
and camaraderie as they progress through the 2019 season and aim to             students should be one of positive promotion and acknowledge that
secure their place at the top of the table in each grade.                       we operate under the GPS Code of Conduct for both players and
                                                                                supporters. With this is the expectation that each student representing
  The Director of Cricket, Mr Ben Schuhmacher, will capably direct this
                                                                                Toowoomba Grammar School should do so with dignity and respect
program alongside the 1st XI coach, Mr Steven Fryer. The professionalism
                                                                                towards the opposition, umpires and spectators. It is my belief that
of these two staff members in guiding the 2018 season and providing             involvement in the co-curricular domain of this prestigious school is an
a platform in which the players could further their development was             honour for our students and should be maintained as such.
unwavering and I have no doubt they will continue to lead the players
                                                                                  In closing, I encourage all our players to play to the best of their ability
and coaches in a similar manner this season.
                                                                                and represent the School with pride each and every Saturday.
  Thanks must also be extended for the leadership and direction of Mr
Duncan Weir in steering the Cricketer Supporters’ Group and providing                                                                   Mr Wesley Dunne
unfettered assistance to the program through their fundraising and                                                             Director of Sport & Activities

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From the Director of
The 2019 GPS Cricket season coincides with 101 years of GPS Sport. This        •   The utilisation of the indoor net area in the Glen McCracken Sports Centre.
year Toowoomba Grammar School again boasts the third largest program           •   The 1st XI squad who act as mentors for our younger cricketers.
in the GPS competition with 35 Cricket sides. No doubt the 2019 season
                                                                               •   Batting specialist sessions every Friday afternoon.
will see many fantastic individual and team achievements as we look to
                                                                                  In addition to our coaching and development programs, we also
improve on our advancements from 2018.
                                                                               provide opportunities for boys to tour. In December 2018 we took a tour
    I enter my second season as Director of Cricket at Toowoomba Grammar       group of 24 cricketers to New Zealand on our biennial tour of the North
School and I can proudly say the program continues to grow through             Island. Throughout the tour the boys were extremely busy playing seven
the ongoing participation of our students, and the collective efforts of       matches whilst taking in the beautiful scenery in Auckland and south
our staff in coaching and mentoring the players..                              to Wellington.

    Over the past 12 months there have been several additional elements           Our 1st XI squad also competed at the annual Neil Dansie Festival
added to the program aiming to further develop the skills and enthusiasm       which was hosted by Knox Grammar School in Sydney. This opportunity
of our 400 plus cricketers:                                                    was one to be relished as our players were pitted against formidable
                                                                               opponents from premier schools across Australia which will no doubt
•   The addition of a pre-season ‘Development Camp’ exposing our
                                                                               strengthen the resolve of the squad as they enter the gruelling GPS
    players to a high degree of coaching and skill development including
    valuable trial matches against Churchie.
                                                                                  The TGS Cricket program provides boys with amazing opportunities
•   The employment of a number of TGS Old Boys assisted the program
                                                                               to develop as cricketers and more importantly, as men of good character.
    greatly. Their experience, enthusiasm and mentoring whilst building
                                                                               I encourage all young men of TGS to grasp the opportunities on offer
    the profile of cricket also reinforced the sense of camaraderie and
                                                                               with both hands, both now and into the future.
    culture evident across the age groups and program as a whole.
•   The Grammar Premier League (GPL) was implemented to provide                  I would like to wish all players throughout the TGS Cricket program
                                                                               the best of luck for the 2019 season. Train hard, play harder and enjoy
    the extensive Year 7 program of 108 cricketers with additional
                                                                               the great cricketing opportunities that are on offer for you.
    opportunities to play entertaining Cricket on a Friday afternoon.
•   The facilitation of wicket keeping sessions by Mr Brad Murphy.                                                                 Mr Ben Schuhmacher
•   The employment of a Batting Development Coach.                                                                                      Director of Cricket

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2018 GPS 1st XI
Coach’s Report
The 2018 First XI team experienced some highs and lows during the                   overall cricket program. Specialist batting coaches have worked with
season but with a predominantly young playing squad rolling into the                the boys to reshape and strengthen their skills. As part of our pre-season
2019 season they are all eagerly awaiting another opportunity to test               program we are very excited to test these skills during two 1st XI tours
their skills against our rival GPS schools. With a large majority of the 2018       this season.
team returning for their second season it has provided the boys a great
measuring stick of how to refine and practise their skills to play at our             At the conclusion of Term 4 the majority of the 1st XI squad toured
School’s highest level. There is no doubt the GPS 1st XI Cricket competition        New Zealand and played seven games of cricket against schools from
is the strongest schoolboy competition in the country due to the depth              Auckland to Wellington. Playing in different weather and pitch conditions
of talent existing across all nine GPS schools. Our TGS cricketers witnessed        provided the boys some excellent cricket experiences that will no doubt
this first-hand last season and it has been evident in their pre-season             be drawn upon in the 2019 1st XI season.
training that they have had valuable improvement in skills and attitude                After enjoying Christmas with their families the 1st XI squad travelled
as they head towards tougher, more competitive cricket this coming
                                                                                    to Knox Grammar, Sydney to defend our two year undefeated record at
                                                                                    the Neil Dansie Cricket Festival. This festival is an excellent competition
   One of our key strategies across the entire TGS Cricket Program is to            against tough opposition which was a good test for our cricketers and
develop young cricketers and ultimately direct them towards both the                a true opportunity to see how our training skills have progressed. Playing
TGS 1st XI program and further into the Queensland Cricket pathways.                against quality cricket schools from Adelaide (St Peter’s), Melbourne (St
It was awesome to see some of our aspiring young cricketers do this                 Kevin’s) and our host school from Sydney provides the boys with an
throughout the season, most notably Harry Weir who was selected in                  excellent tool to prepare for the 2019 GPS season.
the Queensland U17 team and Cricket Australia Rookies program. A large
                                                                                       In total, our TGS 1st XI squad played 14 trial games during an extensive
number of boys represented the Darling Downs region at State
                                                                                    pre-season from October through to the end of January. The boys are
Championships across multiple age groups and it will be fantastic to
                                                                                    ready and prepared for the season; they are thoroughly looking forward
watch these cricketers progress their skills in the coming years.
                                                                                    to a challenging cricket season ahead and we wish them the best
  The new indoor cricket nets in the Glen McCracken Sports Centre                   of luck.
have provided an extra bonus to our 1st XI training this season. The
opportunity our cricketers have to hit endless amounts of cricket balls                                                                     Mr Steve Fryer
and refine their individual skills has been a real benefit to our team and                                                             2018 GPS 1st XI Coach

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2018 GPS 1st XI
Captain’s Report
The 2018 1st XI cricket season had many ups and downs. With only three          however it gave the boys motivation to make sure we bounced back
boys backing up from the year before, the team was young with variable          strongly against Nudgee the following week.
experience. However, we showed plenty of promise in the early stages
of the season with the securing of the prestigious Neil Dansie Trophy           Round 4: NC 10/121 defeated by TGS 5/123
hosted by Camberwell Grammar School, Melbourne. This was particularly
                                                                                Coming off a very poor performance against TSS, the boys were eager
notable as it was the second consecutive year that we have won. Samson
                                                                                to get back on the field and show everyone what we were capable of.
Ryan was awarded the Neil Dansie Medal for Player of the Carnival after
                                                                                We won the toss and elected to bowl on what was a bowler friendly
scoring two centuries; a noteworthy achievement. From this outstanding
                                                                                Ross Oval track. A fantastic opening bowling partnership of Samson
start to the season, we were confident that the preparations for the
                                                                                Ryan (4/25) and Harry Weir (2/20) set us up nicely to bowl Nudgee out
upcoming GPS season were coming to fruition with the squad displaying
                                                                                for a below par 121. Year 10 players Dan Brown (43*) and Jack Thompson
the characteristics of team-work and individual brilliance necessary for
                                                                                (35) played a match winning batting partnership well above their years
                                                                                to help guide the team home with five wickets to spare. The first win of
                                                                                the season gave us a great deal of confidence moving forward creating
Round 1: DC 78 defeated by TGS 1/79                                             a well-deserved winning vibe amongst the players.
Round One of the GPS season was the bye week and as is tradition, the
TGS 1st XI played Downlands College in competition for the Tom Allen            Round 5: TGS vs BSHS
Trophy. Downlands College won the toss and elected to bat on a glorious,
well-prepared Mills Oval. The boys were excited for their first game of         Washout
the season and were ready to put in a dominant performance against
the cross-town rivals. Samson Ryan continued his outstanding form               Round 6: BBC 9/255 defeated TGS 10/74
from Melbourne, claiming four wickets and was well supported by Harry
                                                                                The washout against BSHS was not ideal for our team preparation as we
Weir who took three wickets with an economy rate of 0.9. This demolition
                                                                                lost our winning momentum from the Nudgee game. Unfortunately,
by our big men restricted Downlands to a very modest 78. In reply, TGS
                                                                                we once again found ourselves not playing our style of game against
had an opening stand of 70 between Matt Watson (23) and Dan Brown
                                                                                BBC with both bat and ball. BBC won the toss and elected to bat on what
(22*) which allowed the team an ideal start. The 79 run target was
                                                                                was a picture perfect Mills Oval. We started well with the ball, Samson
reached in just 26 overs resulting in a dominant nine wicket victory. TGS
                                                                                Ryan and Harry Weir both taking one wicket each in their first spells.
was again successful in reclaiming the Tom Allen Trophy for the ninth
                                                                                Unfortunately our openers were not backed up by the other bowlers
consecutive year.
                                                                                and the BBC captain (97) led his team to a very respectable 255. Once
                                                                                again, our resilience with the bat was less than perfect and we were
Round 2: IGS vs TGS
                                                                                bowled out for a disappointing 74. Another convincing defeat had both
                                                                                the coaching staff and players wondering what needed to be done to
                                                                                get the win against Churchie the following week.
Round 3: TGS 10/62 defeated by TSS
Our first game of the GPS cricket season did not go according
to plan with a very disappointing and somewhat embarrassing
defeat to TSS. TGS won the toss and elected to bat on what
was a great batting wicket on Mills Oval. TSS opened the
bowling with an off spinner and our top order batsmen
showed little fight, crumbling to 9/38. The only resistance
was a 24 run last wicket stand between Seb Ingold and Harry
Weir which allowed the team to gain a modest 62. TSS chased
down the runs in the 17th over and only lost two wickets.
This was a very frustrating start to our GPS campaign for 2018,

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Round 7: TGS 10/115 defeated by ACGS 4/83                                           absolute screamer on the boundary rope. Unfortunately, Churchie got
(Duckworth Lewis)                                                                   the required runs four wickets down on what was a very frustrating day
                                                                                    of cricket dictated by weather conditions.

Round 7 saw the TGS 1st XI make the trek to Churchie. On a soft and                 Round 8: BGS 6/246 defeated TGS 10/192
popping wicket the TGS batsmen were sent in to bat in trying conditions.
                                                                                    Coming off a frustrating defeat against Churchie the previous week, the
The weather conditions at Churchie were persistently annoying for the
                                                                                    Year 12 players were looking to lead the squad with the team ready to
batters who had to come off four times in 30 overs due to rain. Mitch
                                                                                    put on a show for their last game of the season on Mills Oval. BGS won
Bourke (18) started with a bang and in the middle, Nick Brown (34) and
                                                                                    the toss and elected to bat on a cracking wicket. BGS came out to bat
Harrison Spanner (19) fought incredibly hard to help TGS to a final total
                                                                                    and put 246 on the board. However, we were not discouraged by the
of 115, a score that we thought, given the conditions, would be a
                                                                                    total as the outfield was fast and it was still a great batting deck. The
defendable one. However, a long break in play meant the Duckworth-
                                                                                    middle order put up a solid fight led by Jack Thompson (28) and Nick
Lewis system was required. After much confusion the end score that
                                                                                    Brown (32), however no-one was able to secure a big score and
Churchie required was 78 to win. The boys again dug in and fought hard
                                                                                    consequently we fell short of the total, bowled out for 192.
in the field. This was typified by Harry Weir’s effort in the deep, taking an

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Round 9: TGS 9/173 defeated by GT 6/174                                                Finally, on behalf of all the boys in the 1st XI, I would like to thank Mr
                                                                                    Steven Fryer, Mr Jake Platen and Mr Ben Schuhmacher for all their efforts.
Facing Gregory Terrace in Round 9 was always going to bring some tension.
TGS won the toss and sent GT out to field. A great start from GT had TGS            Special mention is made of the Cricket Supporters’ Group, grounds and
4/32, something that we had seen all too often this season. However, the            kitchen staff and umpires for their ongoing support of the TGS players.
saviours of the innings Matt Watson (44) and Samson Ryan (26) worked                It has been a great season and although we didn’t achieve what we set
together brilliantly and put on a 63 run partnership. Some great hitting            out to do at the start, I know all the boys had an enjoyable season and
from Harrison Spanner (27) and Ben Wood (22) left TGS with a very                   that Toowoomba Grammar Cricket is in great hands for the future.
defendable total of 173. The bowlers again did their job and we tightened
the screws on GT, but like us, they also had a great partnership in the                                                                      Nicholas Brown
middle order. A few key wickets and some great bowling saw GT require                                                                  2018 GPS 1st XI Captain
16 off 12 balls and then only one run off the last ball. Bat on ball, a quick
single and it was all over. Gregory Terrace had won a nail-biter. There are
no words that can describe the feeling in our change room that afternoon.
The boys had done everything in their power to walk away with a victory
only for it to be snatched away in the final moment.

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                   2018 Queensland
                  Representative Players

                           Samson Ryan                        Nicholas Brown                     Mitch Doolan
                      QLD Open Schoolboys &              QLD Open Schoolboys &              QLD Open Schoolboys &
                          Darling Downs                      Darling Downs                      Darling Downs

                                              Morgan Galvin                    Callum Galvin
                                      QLD Under 15 Schoolboys &         QLD Under 12 Primary Schools &
                                           Darling Downs                       Darling Downs

                                                                Rex Tooley
                                                          QLD Under 12 Primary
                                                         Schools & Sunshine Coast

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       Representative Players

Rylan Martin                     Sam Anderson                     Harry Meiklejohn                      Paul Draheim
    Open                           Under 15                           Under 15                            Under 15
 Schoolboys                       Schoolboys                         Schoolboys                          Schoolboys

Tom Sippel                       Daniel Brown                        Jem Ryan                          Wihan Kruger
  Under 15                         Under 15                           Under 15                            Under 12
 Schoolboys                       Schoolboys                         Schoolboys                        Primary Schools

               Ewald Kruger                     William Nason                Sewmith Samarawickrama
                  Under 12                         Under 12                             Under 12
               Primary Schools                  Primary Schools                      Primary Schools

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                                          2018 Trophy
                                          Award Winners
                                              2018 TGS CRICKET PRESENTATION AWARDS DAY

 Team                   Best Batsman                              Best Bowler                  MVP

   5A                   Jett Heffernan                            Ishaan Kharia          Charlie Lachmund

   6B                   Will McDonald                            Henry Marsden             Alex Chicalas

   6A                  George Smolenski                           Oliver Clifford         Baxter Tzannes

   7H                     Axel Buxani                             Oliver Lamble            Brady Henry

   7G                 Aidan Munchenberg                           Sam Shannon              Ben Silvester

   7F                 Mitchell Thompson                         Dougal McInnerny         Clancy McCosker

   7E                  Cameron Graham                             Sam McGrath            Campbell Chappel

   7D                   Reuben Hoare                               Ryan Grimes           Harry Newnham

   7C                   Harry Johnston                             Pat Oswald                Pat Savill

   7B                   Ben Anderson                              Ayan Rahman             Ben Anderson

   7A                    Chace Oates                          Thisaja Samarawickrama       Richard Dean

   8F                     Zach Lane                                Josh Healy               Zach Lane

   8E                    Angus Corey                              Jacob Meyer             Flynn Brannelly

   8D                     Nick Morris                              Charlie Horn          Hamish Cameron

   8C                    Will Titterton                           Hamish Innes             Scott Radford

   8B                    Charlie Ploetz                           Adam Moore               Jamie O'Shea

   8A                    Callum Galvin                            Angus Ingold              Jem Ryan

   9E                 Brodie Brimblecombe                         Josh Latham              Max Williams

   9D                     Sam Price                              Marcus Baulsch             Isaac Miles

   9C                     Pat Doran                              Harrison Hepner           Jordy Adams

   9B                    Aaron Palmer                           Cameron Cardillo            Mac Flegler

   9A                   Sam Anderson                               Tom Sippel              Paul Draheim

  10E                      Sam Dyer                                 Alex Biggs              Alex Biggs

  10D                   Sam Southern                                Toby Allen              Nick Cave

  10C                   Charlie Schoorl                          Thumula Herath           Thumula Herath

  10B                    Mitch Dight                              Angus Storie              Sam Paine

  11D                  Will Kleinschmidt                           John Hurst             Josh Ronnfeldt

  11C                     Joe Slattery                             Alex Smith               Sam Pegler

  11B                     Ben Durkin                              Callum Murray           Michael Evans

  4th XI              Mitchell Schneider                          Charles Boot             Adrian Irwin

 3 XI
                         Ben Horsley                               Angus Clark              Tom Jakins

 2 XI
                          Ben Wood                                Luke Radford              Ethan Lunn

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           2018 Trophy
           Award Winners
                  PERPETUAL TROPHIES

Team                          Trophy                                        Player

10A                 NJ McPhee Trophy (Batting)                           Henry Wells

10A                  EG White Trophy (Bowling)                           Archie Steele

10A                     Gordon Cup (MVP)                                 Archie Steele

11A                  Miller Family Cup (Batting)                          Will Purcell

11A                    FG Rutlege (Bowling)                              Elijah McRae

11A                 John Deighton Trophy (MVP)                           Elijah McRae

1st XI                ML Love Trophy (Batting)                         Nicholas Brown

1st XI              RJ O'Keefe Trophy (Bowling)                          Samson Ryan

1st XI               JJ Pigeon Trophy (Fielding)                         Dan Brown

1st XI            Tom Allen Memorial Trophy (MVP)                      Nicholas Brown

                    UNDEFEATED SIDES

         Team                                             Coach

          9D                                        Mr Graham Woolacott

         11B                                         Mr Regan Draheim

         11C                                          Mr Jim Perrignon

         3 XI
                                                       Mr David Klan


                        5 WICKET HAULS

11D                      5/16 v TGS 4th XI                                John Hurst

11B                          5/15 v GT                                 Callum Murray


11C                          TGS V BBC                             Matthew McNamara

11C                          TGS V BBC                                    Tom Heath

11D                          TGS V BGS                                 Matthew Allpass

10C                          TGS V BGS                                 Thumula Herath


 7A                         130* V BBC                                   Chace Oates

1 XI
                    103 V Camberwell Grammar                             Samson Ryan

1 XI
                       114* v Knox Grammar                               Samson Ryan

1 XI
                       100* v 1998 OLD BOYS                              Dan Brown

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2018 TGS Development
Camp Review
The inaugural Toowoomba Grammar School Development Camp was                               As a part of the Australian Cricketers Association program, we were
held from Friday, 19 January and concluded on Sunday, 21 January 2018.                 also lucky enough to invite Mr John ‘Dinga’ Bell, former QLD Bulls Coach,
The Development Camp included 78 cricketers across Years 7 to 12 with                  ex-first class player for Tasmania and Queensland, winner of eight First
the aim being to provide these cricketers with suitable preparation for                Grade Premierships in Brisbane and the current Australian Over 60s
the 2018 GPS season.                                                                   wicket keeper, to spend two days with our boys. John was an excellent
                                                                                       addition to the camp as he addressed the young men of TGS and
  On Day One of the camp, the boys travelled to ACGS to play against
                                                                                       challenged our wicket keepers in the masterclass sessions. At the
their ‘A’ sides. We split the day with three wins apiece and some of the
                                                                                       conclusion of the camp, John spoke glowingly of the boys and their
players acknowledged their technique was a little rusty.
                                                                                       commitment to the game of cricket.
  Upon arriving back at TGS, the boys were kept busy with a pizza dinner
                                                                                          We extend our thanks to the coaches, grounds and dining hall staff
and the Season Launch that focused on the aims of TGS Cricket for 2018
                                                                                       and all involved in the inaugural TGS Development Camp. The camp
and how the program was going to implement key strategies.
                                                                                       was well received by its participants and it will certainly be an important
   Saturday was a day full of masterclass sessions where guest coaches                 facet in the development of our players for future seasons.
provided a wonderful array of skills, drills and insight into batting, bowling,
fielding and wicket keeping. This day also coincided with the annual Old                                                                Mr Ben Schuhmacher
Boys’ game where the current 1st XI came up against the 1998 1st XI.                                                                         Director of Cricket
The game was played with plenty of spirit as both teams probed each
other for weaknesses.

                                 Corner Tor Street & Hursley Rd Toowoomba 4350

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2018 TGS Camp
The 2018 TGS Cricket Camp was held from January 7-9. As in previous           •   Mr Jake Platen and his boarding staff for their care of the 44 boys who
years, the camp was another resounding success. This year, TGS hosted             lived in for the duration of the camp.
115 boys from across Queensland and New South Wales. Forty four of            •   The grounds staff for the immaculate presentation of the cricket
the enrolled cricketers also stayed on campus for the duration of the             facilities.
                                                                              •   The catering staff for providing the boys with sustenance throughout
For the first time, the TGS Camp had a Big Bash theme and the boys                the camp.
represented as competing sides in this exciting competition.
                                                                              •   The players who attended the camp. Their attitude, behaviour and
    Acknowledgement and gratitude must go to the following people:                effort throughout the camp are to be commended. I know they
                                                                                  enjoyed every aspect of the camp and we look forward to welcoming
•   The 22 coaches who provided the boys with three action packed
                                                                                  them back to the School in future seasons.
•   Mr Steve Fryer and Mrs Sandy Mathies for their assistance with the                                                         Mr Ben Schuhmacher
    organisation and administration of the camp.                                                                                    Director of Cricket

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From the
Game Day Manager
I am a TGS Old Boy and the former President of the Old Boys’ Association.           We like to see all games played in the right spirit, commence and play
My role is to assist players and coaches during all matches played at TGS.          to time while ensuring playing conditions are appropriate. My final
At home fixtures, you will see me in and around the Pavilion or on the              responsibility is to collate and enter the results on the My Cricket website.
golf buggy as I ensure all TGS boys, their families and our visiting players
                                                                                    Enjoy your time and good luck!
feel welcome.
                                                                                                                                             Mark Creedon
                                                                                                                                          Game Day Manager

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GPS Cricket
Draw 2019
  DATE       ROUND           OPPOSITION                                HOME TEAMS                                           AWAY TEAMS

02/02/2019     1              Gregory Terrace                1st XI, 4th XI, Year 10, Year 8, Year 6           2nd XI, 3rd XI, Year 11, Year 9, Year 7, Year 5

09/02/2019   2 (bye)   Downlands College & Internals

16/02/2019     3         Ipswich Grammar School              1st XI, 4th XI, Year 10, Year 8, Year 6           2nd XI, 3rd XI, Year 11, Year 9, Year 7, Year 5

23/02/2019     4           The Southport School          2nd XI, 3rd XI, Year 11, Year 9, Year 7, Year 5          1st XI, 4th XI, Year 10, Year 8, Year 6

02/03/2019     5             Nudgee College                  1st XI, 4th XI, Year 10, Year 8, Year 6           2nd XI, 3rd XI, Year 11, Year 9, Year 7, Year 5

09/03/2019     6        Brisbane State High School     2nd XI, 3rd XI, Year 11, Year 9, Year 7, (Year 5 BYE)   1st XI, 4th XI, Year 10, Year 8, (Year 6 BYE)

16/03/2019     7           Brisbane Boys College         2nd XI, 3rd XI, Year 11, Year 9, Year 7, Year 5          1st XI, 4th XI, Year 10, Year 8, Year 6

23/03/2019     8                 Churchie                    1st XI, 4th XI, Year 10, Year 8, Year 6           2nd XI, 3rd XI, Year 11, Year 9, Year 7, Year 5

30/03/2019     9         Brisbane Grammar School         2nd XI, 3rd XI, Year 11, Year 9, Year 7, Year 5          1st XI, 4th XI, Year 10, Year 8, Year 6

Toowoomba Grammar School - Cricket Handbook

                                        24 Margaret Street
                                            QLD 4350

                                        Postal Address
                                   Toowoomba Grammar School
                                          PO Box 2900
                                           QLD 4350

                                   Telephone & Fax Numbers
                           Main School Office          07 4687 2500
                           Junior School               07 4687 2555
                           Fax Main School Office      07 4687 2666
                           Fax Junior School           07 4687 2590

                                Email and Home Page Addresses (Junior School) (Senior School)

Toowoomba Grammar School - Cricket Handbook

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