Announcing New Playing Life Membership Criteria The GDCC Board have approved a new level of life membership for long serving players. To receive playing life membership, a player will need to have either played 100 1st Grade games or 200 games in total in any grade(s). Currently the Club is going through past records to ascertain who qualifies under these new guidelines. A new Honour Board is to be installed in the Club rooms, with names of all who have qualified inscribed.
The Silver Seahorses are the Glenelg District Cricket club Past Players, Officials and Volunteers Association (PPOVA).
The four major objectives of the Silver Seahorses are as follows:
1. To encourage and bring together past players, officials and volunteers for social functions from time to time
2. To maintain and build a strong relationship between past and present players, officials and volunteers.
3. To encourage past players to become more active within the club.
4. To raise money for worthy causes at the Glenelg Cricket Club.
Please contact Peter Gladigau at email@example.com or Mark Gladigau on 0407607671 for any additional information or if you would like to be added to our correspondence list.
Current Project: To be advised
Donations: If you wish to assist the Glenelg District Cricket Club with upgrading the facilities such as our Change rooms and scoreboard please complete the donation form and return to Bob Snewin either by email or fax. Your donation will then be processed by ASF and will then become fully tax deductible for which you will receive a receipt.
VICE PRESIDENTS: Please contact Bob Snewin, should you be interested in becoming a Vice President of the club and joining this grand band of men:- Mr. Ian Chappell, Mr. Greg Chappell, Mr. Trevor Chappell, Mr. Brian Cahill, Mr. Gavin Stevens, Mr. Malcolm Hodge, Mr. Russell Parker, Mr. Malcolm Bromley, Mr. Ron Haddrick, Mr. Paul Pilkington, Mr. Tony Thurgarland, Mr. Bob McMillan, Mr. Tim Colley
Changed Contact details: If you move, change phone numbers, get a new edmail address, then please email or phone Mark Gladigau on 0408 895 669, so that he can update our PPOVA database.