The KDCC lost one of its finest cricketers on 4 Oct 2017 when its Team of the Century captain passed away just short of his 96th birthday. Keith was a product of the Huon and because of WW2 he didn’t play TCA cricket until 1945 at the age of 24. He made up for his late start by playing TCA cricket for the next 24 years retiring in 1969. His accomplishments were incredible and he was a wonderful gentleman as well.
It is with much sadness that on 18th October 2017 the KDCC lost one of its longest serving members. Fay Stringer was associated with the Club for 71 years from the 1946/47 Season. Fay was willing to complete any task asked of her in her early life and those tasks/achievements were: Continue reading
The Kingborough District Cricket Club has announced the signing of LJ Hooker Kingborough as it’s major Sponsor for a three year period commencing this season.
Information regarding an over 50’s Tournament
Junior Information Session for Parents Continue reading
Kingborough Board Election 2017/18. Continue reading