NSW Country Under 17 & 19 Squads

The following Newcastle players have been selected in the NSW Country squads for the Australian National Championships next season

Jason Sangha
Josh Claridge
Lewis Hextell
Glenn Winsor
Mitchell Lole
Cooper Lennox
Toby Gray


Wests Win 2017-18 First Grade Final

Wests have won the NDCA First Grade Final for the first time since 1965-66.

Wests 210 def Merewether 185.

West’s captain James King, with 93no, was awarded the Ken Clifford Medal for Player of the Final.

Lower Grade Final Winners 2017-18

2nd Grade

Merewether 7/132 def Charlestown 130

Player of Final – David Celep (MW)


3rd Grade

Charlestown 9/247 def Newcastle City 162

Player of Final – Andrew Saville (CH)


4th Grade

Charlestown 6/130 def Stockton 8/124

Player of Final – Cooper Sutton (CH)


NDCA Major Awards 2017-18

NDCA Major Awards 2017-18


  • Herald Player of Year : Joint winners Nathan Price (Wallsend) and Adrian Chad (Toronto)
  • Herald Team of Year : Merewether (based on accumulated player points ) 
  • Dickinson Shield – First grade batting average : Matt Webber (Hamwicks) –  400 runs @ 67 
  • Heath Shield – First Grade bowling average : Saliya Saman – (Charlestown) –  26  wickets @ 11
  • Wicketkeeper – First Grade : Patrick Huolohan –  (Merewether) – 32 dismissals 
  • Warren Tenant Scholarship : Glenn Winsor – (Charlestown )
  • Kingsgrove Sports Junior Player : Angus McTaggart – (Newcastle City)
  • NDCA Rep Player of Year :  Joseph Price (Wests)


NDCA Finals March 24 & 25, 2018

1st Grade: Wests V Merewether, No 1 Sports Ground, 10:30 am

2nd Grade: Charlestown V Merewether, Kahibah Oval, 11:30 am

3rd Grade: Charlestown V Newcastle City, Alfred Harker Oval, 12:30 pm

4th Grade: Charlestown V Stockton, Lynn Oval, 12:30 pm

Sea Dragons Win NCC Summer Bash 2018

In a high quality game of T20 cricket, the Seadragons have defeated the Pumas in the final of the NCC Summer Bash. The Seadragons chased down the Pumas score of 147 with 2 balls to spare. Andrew Harriott from the Seadragons was Player of the Final with 82no from 54 balls.


  • Sea Dragons 3/148 (A Harriott 82no) def Pumas 8/147 (S Webber 76)