Rumours have it that Eastfield Park is planned for renovations for future years!
The Maroondah Council has recently released these drafts for future development and works! Here is a sneak peak of what’s to come!
For more information, please follow the link below!
We want to announce the arrival of our new Captain/Coach Mark Harrison! Mark joined our club last season and took on the 1st XI Captaincy and showed us some really positive results!
When Mark joined us last season, he brought with him a wealth of experience from his 18 years at Bayswater Cricket Club, most recently playing in their 2nd XI and working within the Leadership Group. He has taken on a large role from our previous Captain/Coach of many years Nick Bole-Brown, whom we thank immensely for all his support and help through the previous seasons.
During last season (17/18), Eastfield launched a junior mentorship program with senior players. This allowed the senior players to work with their junior counterparts and guide them in their cricket careers at Eastfield. This season, Mark is looking to continue the junior mentorship program this season, hoping it will become a strong influence in the Eastfield community.
Mark is also looking forward to working with each team to bring Eastfield closer together, creating a stronger, fun and easy going atmosphere going into the new 18/19 season, and might even be able to get us a few sneaky premierships. ?
Welcome to the nest Mark Harrison, we have a good strong season ahead of us!
Okay all you 'Over 40s'! It's time to nominate yourself for the upcoming RDCA Vets T20 Competition starting Jan 28th 2020. Please indicate if you are available for all games or one or two as soon as possible so teams are sorted early! #EaglesFamily#oneclub#rdcavetst20... See MoreSee Less
Attention all Juniors! We have just been made aware that Cricket Australia have revised their policy for the cancellation of games due to Smoke Pollution to a rating of 150. We will be following these guidelines and Junior games will now be cancelled if the EPA rating is 150 or above. ... See MoreSee Less
As Jr Cricket starts again this weekend (only some grades, check MyCricket for details) it’s a possibility that over the coming weeks we may have smoke pollution. The Junior Committee have decided to follow Cricket Victoria’s guidelines for playing in these conditions. We will be following the Air Quality Index reading taken by the EPA at Mooroolbark.
We will be calling off games when the reading from the Mooroolbark Station is 200 or higher at 3pm Friday or 7am Saturday and Sundays.
Both links to the Cricket Victoria Smoke Pollution Guidelines and the Air Quality Index are as follows: