Welcome to Lord's Taverners (Queensland)
THE LORD'S TAVERNERS(QLD) & THE WANDERERS (QLD)CLUB PROUDLY PRESENT
"A Feast of Fun''
SPORTS LUNCHEON NUMBER 61
OUR GUEST SPEAKER
CAPTAIN OF THE AUSTRALIAN WOMENS CRICKET TEAM
"THE SOUTHERN STARS"
WHO HAVE JUST WON THEIR SIXTH WORLD CUP, IN INDIA
WE WILL ALSO HEAR FROM
ANDY RICHARDS, THE COACH OF "QUEENSLAND FIRE"
MC : Billy J Smith
WHERE Queensland Cricketers' Club
Vulture Street, THE GABBA
WHEN Friday 15th March 2013
commencing at 12.00 noon
COST $90.00 per person includes 3 course meal, beer, wine and soft drink--- lucky door prizes, "heads and tails challenge", raffle, sports memorabilia for auction and
"Morto's famous Sports Quiz"
AUCTION ITEMS TO INCLUDE AN AUTOGRAPHED CRICKET BAT,
AND OTHER PERSONALLY SIGNED MEMORABILIA.
CARPARKING IN VULTURE STREET IS NOW CLOSED
BOOKINGS THROUGH DARBY MUNRO ON 0427 783 866 OR
LEW COOPER ON 0428 378 986 or FAX LEW ON 3822 4292
"GIVING THE YOUNG AND DISADVANTAGED A SPORTING CHANCE"
dress requirements smart casual no trainers or sand shoes
THE WANDERERS (QLD) CLUB
The Club was formed in Brisbane in 1933 by the then Governor of Queensland, Sir Leslie Wilson to encourage young people to play and enjoy the game of cricket. In this era the Club plays more than 20 midweek matches each summer, mostly against schools in the State's south-east, and undertakes an annual 12 day playing and coaching tour of country centres. Tours in this decade have taken the Wanderers as far to our north-west as Hughenden, as far to our central-west as Winton and as far to the south-west as Quilpie and over the border to Bourke. The Club relies on its own fund raising resources and sponsors to finance its growing activities.
THE LORD'S TAVERNERS(QLD)
The Club was conceived in 1949 by a group of actors and members of allied professions who habitually watched cricket from the tavern at Lord's Cricket Ground in London. The Club spread to Australia in 1982 and became an autonomous body with branches in all States and Territories. The primary aim of the Taverners as a benevolent body, is to propagate the game of cricket at all levels, with an emphasis on the underprivileged and disadvantaged. The Club promotes the enjoyment of companionship which cricket offers and in a brief period has made a significant impact in the game and with its supporters in Queensland.
Queensland Cricket Club Support
Tel: (07) 3292 3168
1 Bogan Street