ROUND 4 WEEK 2 | RESULTS 20/21

ROUND RECAP: 5 Big Wins this week! A Section 1 century cements our A Grade in top position, Life Membership for one of our greats and an important win for the D Grade. A GRADE: Round 4 v Cove (Day 2). The Ramblers faced a good challenge this week needing to chase down a total of 240 to secure victory. In the end ... More

Reconciliation Round

On the 15th of November our Under 16's along with Sheidow Park celebrated NAIDOC Week by participating in SACA Reconciliation Round. Players wore NAIDOC Wristbands and stumps with Aboriginal artwork as well as participating in a pregame Barefoot Circle. SACA Reconciliation round aim is to educate and promote NAIDOC ... More

CLUB MILESTONES

Steve Davenport - 13,000 Runs Congratulations Steve Davenport, 13,000 runs for the Coromandel Valley Ramblers!! Steve reached this mind blowing milestone on the weekend scoring 23 runs in the D grade. Steve has now amassed an amazing 13,007 runs for the club at an average of 29.6 runs per innings and is the clubs ... More

Sponsor Loyalty Winner Announced

Tonight we presented Jeremy Rochow with his prize for the October Sponsor Loyalty Draw. By spending money with our fantastic sponsors and registering his purchase Jeremy took home: $50 Cash$25 Coles OR Woolworths Gift Card$25 Ramblers Merchandise Credit1x Free Large Pizza from club sponsor Pizza Pan Blackwood &... More

ROUND 2 RESULTS | 2020/21

ROUND RECAP: Back to Back wins for our A Grade, a standout partnership in the C's and first game for our Under 10's and 12's! A GRADE: Round 2 saw the Ramblers face up against old foe Plympton at home. Good form at the coin toss continued and we were sent into the field on what started as an overcast day. After a ... More

ROUND 1 RESULTS | 2020/21

ROUND RECAP: A strong start to our season with wins in our top grades and stand out performances throughout. A GRADE: The A Grade hosted Keswick at home to start off the 20/21 season. Sent into the field, the Ramblers kept it tight and didn't allow the runs to flow freely. The scoreboard pressure saw wickets fall ... More