SRCC Captains 2015-2016

A Grade Captain
The Committee would like to Congratulate Matt Potts on being selected as the A Grade and T20 Captain for the 2015/2016 Season.
Matt’s strong leadership and success in getting the A Grade into the Finals last year ensured South Road maintained it’s position as one of the premier clubs in the Adelaide and Suburban Cricket Association.
The Committee has endorsed Matt’s appointment and have no doubt greater success will not be far away under Matt’s Leadership.


Applications for B, C and D Grade Captains for the 2015/2016 Season.
Applications are now open for anyone interested in Captaining the South Road B, C and D Grade Teams.  The Committee encourages anyone who believes they can fill any of these Roles to contact one of the following;
Steve Mitchell – 0431 899 036
Poul Petersen – 0429 852 790
Matt Potts – 0422 692 956


Season 2015/16

With warm memories from years gone, we welcome returning President Steve Mitchell. Steve served as Club President from 1995 to 1999 and has extensive experience in running Clubs and Associations.

Club legends Poul Petersen and Darren Williams have been elected into the Secretary and Treasury roles respectively. Poul is slowly creeping up on Bert Crowhurst’s record of 36 years as Secretary.

Matt Potts returns to the Vice-Presidency, backing up his strong contribution last year. The elected General Committee are Stefan Potts, Graham Hartlett, Kristen Potts, Adrian Woolman, Tony May, Luke Woolman and Shaun Krutli.

If you have any input, comments or feedback for this new Committee – please let us know at

Play Cricket

South Road AdWife nagging? Lawns to mow? Lonely?

Escape it all!

Play cricket at the south’s proudest club – South Road Cricket Club Est 1940.

Five sides. All welcome, all levels. 1st game Oct 11. Great social events.

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Presentation Night 2014 Photos

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Thrash Talk Uncut – 12/3/14

Chris can be also be heard from 8.20am each Saturday – TRIBE FM 91.1


If your side is involved in finals, this is absolutely the best time of year. I’ve had many seasons where it was done and dusted at the end of the minor round, so it’s great to be part of the business end for the third year in a row. Good luck to all and don’t choke.


Here’s a big-hitting star of the future.

In the PDCA Under 10s, Para Hills took on Eastern Park and were taking the slow road at 4/51 with three overs left in the innings. Enter Bradley Langfield, who not only smashed five sixes and two fours, but scored all 41 runs of the partnership in which he was involved. He then took 1/4 from three overs, but it wasn’t enough to stop the Parks getting home. Well smashed Bradley! Continue reading