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2020/21 Season

One-Day Grand Finals

After winning their one-day semi finals, 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade will all host one-day grand finals, to be played on Sunday January 31.

2nd vs Ginninderra @ Neil Bulger Oval (11am start)

3rd vs Ginninderra @ Freebody Oval (1pm start)

4th vs Ginninderra @ Brad Haddin Oval (1pm start)

One-Day Semi Finals

Queanbeyan made the one-day finals in all four grades, with 1st grade finishing in 2nd and 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade all finishing in 1st. The semifinals were played on Sunday January 24.

1st vs Tuggeranong @ Neil Bulger Oval (11am start)

2nd vs Wests @ Brad Haddin Oval (11am start)

3rd vs Wests @ Freebody (1pm start)

4th vs Creek @ Rockley Oval (1pm start)

2nd, 3rd and 4th grade were all successful and will go on to host their respective grand finals next week, whilst unfortunately 1st grade lost against Tuggeranong.

Christmas Report

At the half way mark of the season, here is an update on how the club is travelling.

Club Championship

We are currently leading with 469 points.


One day Competiton
  • 1st grade - 4th (14 points)
  • 2nd grade - 3rd (11 points)
  • 3rd grade - 2nd (15 points)
  • 4th grade - 1st (16 points)
  • 5th grade - 2nd (24 points)
  • Greybaggers - 2nd (21 points)

Two day competition

  • 1st grade - 4th (6 points)
  • 2nd grade -2nd (18 points)
  • 3rd grade -1st (22 points)
  • 4th grade -1st (18 points)

1st grade are also in 1st place (10 points) in the Cricket Centre T20 competition

Player of the Month

October/November - Stu Bridgen

November/December - Mark Solway & Tyler Van Luin

Outstanding Performances


  • Zac Harlow 5/5
  • Tariq Khan 5/7
  • Brad Millynn 5/30
  • Michael Frost 5/30
  • Harry O'Rourke 5/41
  • Jaskaran Singh 5/44
  • Tyler Van Luin 5/53


  • Michael Stachow vs Eastlake


  • Mark Solway - 200 no
  • Balinder Singh Khillan - 122
  • Mitchell Jessop - 112
  • Tyler Van Luin - 99 no
  • Peter Solway - 95 no
  • Dean Solway - 93
  • David Horsfall - 91

T20 Finals

On December 6, 2nd and 4th grade took part in T20 grand finals, both against Wests.

4th grade were sent in by Wests, but some steady batting throughout the innings took them to a total of 4/131 after their 20 overs. After being tied down in the powerplay, the Wests batters were unable to challenge, being bowled out in the 18th over for only 74, giving Queanbeyan its first silverware of the year.

2nd grade were set 151 to chase by Wests. Unfortunately, Queanbeyan were unable to gain momentum throughout the innings losing consistent wickets, including 4 run outs. They were bowled out for 133 in the last over, falling 18 runs short.

Congratulations to 4th grade and hopefully 2nd grade will be able to get some revenge in the one-day and two-day competitions.

T20 Competition

The quarterfinals and semifinals of the T20 competitions in 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade were held on November 29.

2nd grade started with a strong win against Eastlake, before defending 135 in a tight game against Weston Creek.

3rd grade had a solid win in their quarterfinal against Tuggeranong, before losing their semifinal on the last ball of the innings against Eastlake.

4th grade had two dominant victories, first over Tuggeranong, then demolishing Eastlake, chasing down their total of 97 in 9.5 overs.

After the first 4 rounds of the 1st grade T20 competition Queanbeyan are undefeated, with wins over North Canberra-Gungahlin, Tuggeranong, Ginninderra and ANU taking them to the top of the ladder.

Incredible Milestones

Over the weekend two stalwarts of the Queanbeyan District Cricket Club obtained some incredible milestones. Darren Southwell took his 600th club wicket and Peter Solway passed 12000 runs for the club. On the previous weekend Jim Martin also played his 400th game for the club. Three fantastic accomplishments for three club legends.

2-Day Competition Continues

Queanbeyan had another successful round of the 2-day competition against Tuggeranong. 2nd and 4th grade had strong wins and 3rd grade had an outright win. Unfortunately, 1st grade were unable to defend 307, going down by 6 wickets. 5th grade managed a victory over ANU.

Player Milestones

Congratulations to the following players who have achieved personal milestones for the club so far this season:

Peter Solway - 12000 runs

James Dimarhos - 2000 runs

Jono White - 2000 runs

Simon Johnson - 1000 runs

Darren Southwell - 600 wickets

Michael O'Rourke - 50 wickets

Jim Martin - 400 matches

Aaron Thorn - 250 matches

Rory Di-Campli - 50 matches

Blake McCarten - 50 matches

2-Day Competition Begins

The 2-Day competition began on November 7, with grades 1-4 taking on Wests. We had some big wins in 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade, with 1st grade unfortunately going down. 5th grade moved up the ladder with a easy win over Norths Blue.

Congratulations to Harry O'Rourke and Zac Harlow for taking the first two 5-wicket hauls of the season in 2nd grade and 3rd grade respectively.

Wet weather

24 October, all matches were washed out.

Season Start

The seasons kicked off on a perfect note, with a Bluesweep on Saturday against Norths and the Greybaggers securing a comfortable win on Sunday over Canberra Ceylonese.


The club is proud to announce that the Queanbeyan Kangaroo Club will again be providing financial support to the Bluebags. All club members are encouraged to visit the club, particulary after matches. Roos clubs memberships will be renewed in January.

The Hotham IV

This year, Sportsbet is sponsoring the annual Hotham horse race is sub-titled, #BackingTheBattler, where each Hotham horse will run on behalf of a local sporting club who's found it tough for whatever reason in 2020.

Thanks to the efforts from Mark Solway, Dean Solway, Jordan Hedington, Peter Solway and Archie de Daug the club secured a horse in the race.

On Monday the draw was announced and the club will have #1 Ambusher (out of barrier 11) race for the glory of the Bluebags. Race will be run on Friday, 9 October at 5pm.

Annual General Meeting

The club held its 2020 AGM on 19 September at the Freebody Park.

The following people were in attendance:

Rohan Ditton, Ron Bates, Stephen Cross, Matt Harding, Dean Solway, Michael O'Rourke, Mark Solway, Phil Moore, Peter Solway, Michael Frost, Adrian Brunker, Brad Moore, Will Graham, Luke McGann, Daniel Vanderbrouke, James Dimarhos, Brad Falkenberg, Bobby Singh, Tyler Van Luin, John Brunker.

The committee for the upcoming season is:

Patron - Mr Ian McNamee
President - Mr Rohan Ditton
Honorary Secretary - Mr Ron Bates
Honorary Treasurer - Mr Matt Harding
Vice Presidents - Mr Michael O'Rourke and Mr Stephen Moore

General Committee:
Messrs Stephen Cross, Peter Solway, Mark Solway, Dom DiCampli, Phil Moore, Will Graham, Luke McGann, James Dimarhos, Brad Falkenberg.


Queanbeyan District Cricket Club is part of the Good Sports Program

Sports clubs such as ours play a significant role in the community and therefore have a responsibility to our members and their families. In recognition of this, the Queanbeyan District Cricket Club has elected to participate in the Australian Drug Foundation�s Good Sports program.

The program is a national preventive health initiative designed to assist clubs with the responsible management of alcohol and provision of family-friendly sport environments.

As a community based club we believe involvement in this program is a way for our club to promote a healthy and welcoming club culture whilst working to consistently meet our duty of care obligations in regards to alcohol consumption.

As part of our achieving Level 2 accreditation under the program, we will ensure we provide smoke free activities and functions and promote the responsible consumption of alcohol to our members.


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