Welcome to the Ferntree Gully Cricket Club (Est. 1882) Heritage website which includes information and images associated with our Administration, History, Playing Records & Statistics. LAST UPDATE: February 2019 – this update includes…
- Updated register of all known players who participated prior to competition (fixtured) cricket, i.e. 1882/83 – 1912/13
- Updated register of the best performances by opposition players vs. the FTGCC 1st XI (> Club Records > Sundry 1st XI Records)
- Updated register of 1st XI Debuts, inclusive of debut date, opponent & venue (Club Records > Overall Club Records)
- Updated register of ‘Gully Greats’, incorporating most recent inductees (> Club Records > Participation & Service Records)
- Updated register of missing Scorebooks and Match results (>Scorebooks)
- Corrections to selected & previously published Record Documents
These updates can be located under the ‘Records & Statistics’ tab
This site is dedicated to the long history of the FTGCC. Records of the Club have been compiled since 1986, when it was discovered that our origins traced back over one hundred and thirty five summers ago to the early 1880’s.
On this site you will find Administration & Club Records, Playing & Career statistics and Summary Scorebooks for every Grade from every season tracing back to our commencement in 1882/83, as well as images of the Club’s on field success, its heritage and wider involvement in the Ferntree Gully & Dandenong Ranges foothills community dating back to the 1850’s.
Take your time exploring what is acknowledged by National and State sporting historians as one of the best local Club archives in Australia.
Click on this link to go to the Club’s Administration & MyCricket Results website http://ferntreegully.vic.cricket.com.au
- 1877 The 'South Bourke & Mornington Journal' (Dandenong & FTG Newspaper) reported the result & full scoresheet of the first Test Match
- 1925 J.A. (Jack) Beck took 13/134 (7/58 & 6/76) in the match vs. Mooroolbark in vain as we lost our first RDCA S/F outright by 255 runs!
- 1954 Young gun; J.B. (Barry) Stuart took 3/10 inc. a Hat Trick to end the 1954 'A Grade' G/F vs. Upper FTG, Outright by an Innings & 172 Runs
- 1965 H.M. (Harry) Tew scored 116 & took 5/27 in a Grand Final winning performance for the 2nd XI vs. St. Stephens