Senior Presentation - Saturday, April 18:
Book your tickets now!
Senior Presentation Night is on at the North Suburban Club on Saturday, April 18, so players and supporters need to book their tickets now.
Captains will be contacting all senior players shortly, but players, partners and supporters are urged to get in early and confirm their booking asap.
For more details, turn to the item on the News page.
Shown at right is the winner of last season's Lindsay Jones Award for the best clubman - Paul Comino.
Forthcoming key dates:
Senior Presentation Night: North Suburban Club, Mt Alexander Rd, Moonee Ponds. Saturday, April 18. Watch here for more information.
Under 12 Presentation Night: Friday, April 3 - at the bowls club rooms, Ormond Park from 6.30pm.
Under 14 Presentation Night: Friday, April 17 - at the bowls club rooms, Ormond Park from 6.30pm.
Under 16 Presentation Night: Friday, April 24 - at the bowls club rooms, Ormond Park from 6.30pm.
***Junior Presentations flier - click HERE
Beaten but not bowed: Our senior finalists can hold their heads high
Moonee Valley's Firsts and Thirds came up short in their respective Grand Finals, but our season still left us with plenty to be proud of.
We still won a flag - Glenn Perussich's Under 14 White team snatched a win with nine wickets down and just two balls to go.
While our season ended just short for our seniors, players still got together to let their hair down on the night of the final day of the Grand Finals. On Sunday (March 22) we were across at the bowling club rooms, Shown here are Firsts players (L-R) Matt Thomas, skipper Mark Gauci, Arosha Perera, Raj Aiyappan and Geoff McKeown.
**More pictures and a report will be posted here on the website soon.
International cricketers pull on the Valley whites Moonee Valley was host to two young international cricketers in February.
Luis Di Giglio and Alessio Baldessarro were on a three-month cricketing scholarship to Australia from the Italian Cricket Academy, under the tutelage of Moonee Valley assistant coach Nick Puccio.
Nick has played for the Italian national team since 2005, and as recently as October represented his country in Tanzania.
Alex and Luis had been doing plenty of training at other clubs on their visit Downunder, but until Nick brought them over to Moonee Valley were not offered the chance for a game. Both young men pulled on the Moonee Valley whites for two games.
Pictured above in our Ormond Park rooms are (l-r) Luis Di Giglio, Nick Puccio and Alessio Baldessarro.
To read more about their careers and the international flavor at Moonee Valley, turn to the item in our news pages.
That's the Valley Spirit! $9200 raised for the bushfire appeal
Moonee Valley's community spirit came to the fore on February 18, when a special fundraiser at Ormond Park raised more than $9200 for the bushfire appeal.
The event held special meaning for our player Heath Webb-Johnson, whose best mate and Valley player Bryce Peter-Budge lost two grandparents and an uncle in the fires.
Heath's family also sustained damage to their Kinglake home, but dad Neville still made the time to come down and umpire at our fundraiser Twenty20 match.
Pictured here are (L-R) Club president Charlie Walker, Heath Webb-Johnson presenting the man of the match bat to Raj Aiyappan, team captain Mark Gauci and player Steve Gentilin.
Our Essendon State MP Judy Maddigan was at the event with us, and even mentioned our efforts in State Parliament the next week. To read Judy's kind words as printed in Hansard, click here.
For more Greg Sorenson photos and a detailed report of the event, go to the "New" section in the menu bar at the top of the page, or click here.
Valleys on a roll with the support of Brumby's
Moonee Valley has long been renowned for the quality of our afternoon teas, and it's in no small thanks to the ongoing and generous support of Brumby's Moonee Ponds.
Manager Craig Woolley and his staff have been big supporters of our Club, and the fresh bread in our sandwiches, and the delicious rolls for our hot dogs and salads come direct from their Pratt Street ovens.
Shown here are Craig with staff member Jaclyn Munro.
We gratefully acknowledge their support week in, week out - and with a big club such as Moonee Valley, the sponsorship of Brumby's and their supply of the bakery products is no small order.
With our 10 senior men's teams and two women's teams, we can have up to seven home games on a weekend - and Brumby's provides all our bread and rolls.
As a player and long-time supporter of the Riddells Creek Cricket Club, Craig knows the importance of the support of sponsors.
Moonee Valley president Charlie Walker thanked Craig for his ongoing sponsorship, and urged the Club's players and our families to reciprocate and support Brumby's Moonee Ponds.
"We all know from our afternoon teas how fresh and delicious the bread and rolls from Brumby's Moonee Ponds are," Charlie said.
"And what we see on our plates at the weekend is only a fraction of the range of excellent breads and other products.
"So when you go to Brumby's Moonee Ponds, make sure that Craig and his staff know you are from Moonee Valley and how much we appreciate their support."
Brumby's Moonee Ponds, at 17 Pratt St, can be phoned on 9375 7800.
Main Club contact details:
Richard Cooney - Club secretary 0411 034 707
Charlie Walker - President 0409 237 543; 9370 1802
Kevin Gardiner - Junior Co-ordinator 0417 536 896
For more contacts, see "Office bearers & Officials" under "Club News & Info" at the top of the page.
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Our website: http://archive.mooneevalleycricket.com.au
March 31, 2009
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