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Adam “Smokey” Hollioake

We were visited today by a past legend of the club!   Adam “Smokey” Hollioake former North Perth/Joondalup player is currently the batting coach for the Queensland Bulls and also assisting the under 19s Team during this national championship in Perth. He is pictured along side our honour board showing him the winner of the bowling

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WACA U13’s Development Program for 2019 The Youth Scorchers Series

The Youth Scorchers Series is a new approach taken by WACA High Performance this season, where 40 players selected from U13s cricket across the Metro Premier Clubs & Regional WA clubs will get the chance to play in T20 Matches in Perth from December through to February. Congratulations to the Joondalup Centurions U/13 boys that

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Seniors

Meet the Players

On this MOvember edition of Meet the Players the JDCC is honored to have Brett McGlade as a member of the club. Playing over 200 games for the club over his career he debuted into senior cricket in the 2010-2011 season playing most of his time in the 2’s due to a strong bowling attack

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Past Players Day 15th December

All Past North Perth /Joondalup players This year we are celebrating the 20 year reunion of 1999/2000 4th grade Premiership Team lead by the Great Craig “Monkey” McPhee. A lunch will be held for that team from 12.30pm on the 15th December at the Joondalup Sports Association Club in Miami Boulevarde, Iluk (Home of Joondalup

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Seniors

Meet the Players

Photo by Vision in Action Photography On this months edition of meet the players the Joondalup Districts Cricket Club is proud to welcome Julian De Mey from the Netherlands. Originally debuting for HBS in 2016 as a daedal spin bowler last season he posted an impressive best figure of 3/12 and solid economy of 4.03.

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Community News

2018/2019 Season Round 9 Bayswater-Morley v Joondalup Written by Michael Palmer JOONDALUP stunned Bayswater Morley with a brilliant bowling performance, bowling the Bears out for 91 to secure an eight-wicket win in Premier Cricket on Saturday at Hillcrest Park. The decision to bowl by Joondalup turned out to be something of a masterstroke, as the

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