Welcome to the Ferntree Gully Cricket Club (Est. 1882) Heritage website which includes information and images associated with our long history including Administration, Playing Records & Statistics.
To browse the latest updates, for PC Users: Click on the headings/drop downs (above) or the blue links (below), for Mobile Device Users: Click on the Menu Icon. LAST UPDATE: September 2020 – this update includes…
- Upload of 1st XI Missing Name/Initials Register – Can you help? FTGCC Missing 1st XI Names
- Upload of >70 past & present player & supporter interviews, conducted by Lee Thompson (& others), for his fabulous 2020 ‘BLUE TALK’ initiative (Videos)
- Click on the following link for the 2019/20 Season achievements
- Refresh of all Club Records, Statistics & Scorebooks from 2019/20 (Records & Stats, Scorebooks)
- Refresh of missing Scorebooks/Matches by Grade/XI (Scorebooks)
- Update to Life Members Honour Roll & Photographs (Life Members)
- Update to 1st XI Capts. Photos (One from the 1920’s & 30’s found) (Records & Stats > Club Records > Club Captains)
The Club’s extensive record base has been compiled since 1986, when it was first discovered that our origins traced back almost one hundred and forty 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 origins in 1882/83, as well as images of the Club’s on field success, its heritage and wider involvement in Ferntree Gully, the Dandenong Ranges and Foothills community dating back to the 1850’s.
Take your time exploring what is acknowledged by National and State sports historians as one of the best Club archives in Australia.
Click on this link to go to the Club’s Administration & MyCricket Results website http://ferntreegully.vic.cricket.com.au
- 1971 The 'Knox Sherbrooke News' reported Bob DeCoite bowling three balls 'underarm' in the match vs. Mountain Gate (23/10/1971)
- 2012 Father & Son, D. (Darren) Jacobson & M. (Mitch) Jacobson put on 202 unbroken for the 2nd Wicket in the 5th XI