The Club remains active in the grand old game of cricket.
The CBC Golden Oldies Cricket Club's forerunner, the "CBC Cricket Club", was founded in 1893 and operated for 94 years until 1987 when the "changing culture of the business world" caused its demise.
On 2nd August, 1995, the CBC Golden Oldies Cricket Club Inc was formed due principally to the hard work and passion of a founding member, Ian Holston. The Club had its first game on 1st October, 1995 at the Primary Club of Australia's Lemon Tree ground at Dooralong NSW.
The Club participates in both domestic and selected international fixtures - domestically, opponents include teams from Nowra, Springwood, Newcastle, Richmond, Revesby and Kenthurst whilst international festivals have seen the Club visit South Africa, New Zealand, Canada, Argentina, Sri Lanka and England. Also World Golden Oldies Cricket Festivals and Vintage Carnivals within Australia.
Golden Oldies cricket is open to anyone over 40 years of age. It is usually played on a 40 over concept structured for involvement by all players. The majority of games are played on turf wickets.
New players and supporters are always welcome. Please contact the Secretary.
Refer to website www.tadnum.wix.com/cbc-golden-oldies.
Order form for book "The Golden Era of CBS/CBC Cricket 1893-2020 - A Zealous Banking Culture of Fellowship and Sportsmanship"