ATCA T20 Grand Final
Friday, 23rd January 2015
ATCA T20 Grand Final
Congratulations to the A Grade who have qualified for yet another ATCA T20 Grand Final. This year the final will once again be held at Adelaide Oval and it is a fantastic oppourtunity for players and spectators alike to experience our club play on the second best ground in Australia (behind Park 15 of course). The game will be played this coming Australia Day (Monday) at 6.40pm. We encourage all players, sponsors and supporters to get along and cheer the club home to yet another trophy to add to our collection.
PAOCCC vs Walkerville CC
6.40pm Monday, January 26, 2015
1. Tom Brinsley
2. Seb Moroney
3. Nick Mosey
4. Sam Tyler
5. Drew Clayfield
6. Michael Richardson (c) (wk)
7. Sam Hurburgh
8. Simon Brown
9. Jack Dent
10. Hiran Lacamwasam
11. Tom Phillips
12th - Max Burford
Please see below for all the details of the day from the ATCA:
Monday 26th January will once again see the ATCA City Holden Twenty/20 Grand Final take place at Adelaide Oval with Walkerville Cricket Club taking on the Prince Alfred Old Collegians Cricket Club. The game is due to start at 6.40pm.
Adelaide Oval will host a total of 4 Twenty/20 games on Australia Day with free entry into the ground. The ATCA would like to encouraged all cricket lovers to attend what is turning out to be a marquee day for community cricket within South Australia
SACA Women’s A Grade Twenty20 Grand Final
TBC v TBC
SACA West End A Grade Men’s Twenty20 Cup Grand Final
Glenelg vs. Tea Tree Gully
Country Living Homes Statewide Twenty20 Championship Grand Final
Metropolitan Champion vs. Country Champion
Adelaide Turf Cricket Association City Holden Twenty20 Final
Walkerville vs. PAOC
Gates will be opened to the players and officials from 8:00am to allow adequate time to prepare for the first match. Please note that access to the ground for players and officials will be via the northern entrance to the Adelaide Oval. Parking will also be available in the northern car park.
Guidelines for Spectators
Gates at the northern entrance of the ground will be open to the public from 9:00am with parking also available at this end of the ground. Spectators must note that no alcohol or glass bottles are allowed to be brought into the ground. People may bring their own food, however security staff will be conducting a thorough search. To avoid any embarrassment, can you please ensure that this information is conveyed to your players, team officials and supporters.
Spectators are able to sit in the western grandstand only.
A kiosk and bar will be open in the western grandstand where food and drinks will be able to be purchased throughout the day.