Monthly archives: September 2022

Runs, Runs and then more Runs (Highest Team Score in WCC History)

Today we’re going to take a look at a game which features both the highest team and individual scores in club history.   To set the scene, we’re travelling back to the dog days of February during the 2008/09 season when the B Grade travelled to the now disused Davenport Square to take on Maccy.  […]

Willow’s Wonderous Knock

Today we’re taking a look back at the highest individual A Grade score in club history, made by club legend and longtime A Grade stalwart, Wayne “Willow” Willis.   This occurred during Round 4 of the 1997/98 season, when Wistow hosted Hahndorf at The Hill in a two-dayer. Winning the toss and putting Hahndorf in […]

Bilney Belts Barker

    For today’s Throwback Thursday we’re taking a look back at the highest individual score in a one dayer in Association history.   This occurred way back on 31st January 1987 when Wistow took on Mt Barker at the since disused Dunn Park.   Club legend Lloyd “Bing” Bilney, one of the best allrounders […]

T20 Madness

  Today we’re taking a look back at the most recent senior’s hat trick in club history, coming during the 2015/16 season.  Fresh out of the Xmas break, the mighty C’s would take on Langhorne Creek in a T20 at the Hill.   Captain Michael “Pickle” Paech, winning the toss (something he has done very […]

Past Player Profile – Derrick Smith

  DERRICK “SMITHY” SMITH   Today we’re taking a look back at the career of club legend and our most recent Life Member inductee, Derrick “Smithy” Smith. Arriving at the Hill from Mt Barker for the 1993/94 season, Smithy would spend the majority of his career as a stalwart in the B Grade during the […]

Past Player Profile – Brayden Leckie

  BRAYDEN LECKIE   Hot on the heels of the announcement of our latest sponsor, Oleaceae, comes our next past player profile, focusing on none other than “El Presidente” himself, Brayden Leckie.   A dominant opening bowler and without a doubt one of the fastest bowlers to ever turn out for the Echidnas, Leck had […]