OUR CLUB'S HISTORY
WOMEN'S PLAYING RECORDS
Many thanks to Club stalwart, Hilary Griffith who dedicatedly compiled this playing record of all the women who have played with the Club, since their transition from HKHDCA for season 2005/06 right up to and including season 2020/21.
CLICK HERE to view the spreadsheet.
BLUE GUM AND WILLOW
A HISTORY OF THE NORTHERN DISTRICT CRICKET CLUB - 1925 TO 2000
In December 2000 the Club launched Blue Gum & Willow – A History of the Northern District Cricket Club, 1925-2000, a wonderful chronicle of the Club’s history written by Alistair Kennedy.
The history of the Club can be read or downloaded by clicking on the below PDF Hot-links:
PART ONE - PART TWO - PART THREE - PART FOUR
LIST OF LIFE MEMBERS
CLICK HERE to view the full list of our esteemed Life Members.
All our Life Members reflect a dedication to the values of the Club and demonstrated a commitment to the principals of fair play and good sportsmanship.
Each has provided valued leadership and/or been an outstanding role model to fellow Club members.
LIST OF FIRST GRADERS AND THEIR NUMBERS
CLICK HERE to view the complete list of those who have played First Grade for the Club since the initial match back on 25th October 1925.
The list includes each player's full name and sequential number plus their debut date, against which opposition Club and at which venue.
NOTE: There are some players from way back who do not have numbers. These players were subsequently found by Hilary Griffith when he was recording First Grade matches.
The Committee decided not to redo all the numbers but to just leave them blank with an explanation saying that they were found after the numbering was done.
ROLL OF HONOUR
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old;Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.At the going down of the sun and in the morningWe will remember them.Lest we forget.
SYDNEY'S FAMED CRICKET NURSERY AND HORNSBY HERITAGE
NDCC Life Member and local historian, Tom Richmond has written an evocative article on the early history of our spiritual home for the Hornsby Advocate of 2nd August 2018.
Tom's article is reproduced below: