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Established 1994 out of RIVERTON CC 1971 and ROSTRATA CC 1985
The Riverton Rostrata Cricket Club (the Rats) compete in the South Metropolitan Cricket Association in Perth, Western Australia.
The club’s home oval is Riverton Reserve located on High Road, Riverton. Our playing season runs from October to March with preseason training commencing in August. During the season, training is on Tuesday and Thursday nights with matches played on Saturday afternoons.
New players are welcome so please do not hesitate to contact the club or come down to training.
The club will be celebrating our 50th season in the SSCA/SMCA during season 2020/21.
In fact, the Riverton Cricket Club was formed at a meeting at the Riverton Hotel on 14 September 1971, therefore the club is looking to hold it’s anniversary function in September 2021 (we will have further information about this function shortly). …READ MORE
**Seeking players for the upcoming 2020/21 season**
The Riverton Rostrata Cricket Club is seeking players of all abilities to come down for the upcoming cricket season. We are a welcoming, family friendly club currently fielding five teams in the South Metropolitan Cricket Association.
Based at Riverton Reserve, we are aiming to field three 2 day sides (that play a mixture of 2 day and 1 day games) and two 1 day sides. If we get enough numbers we can potentially get a third one day team. Our grades go from 2nd grade right down to 1 Day G, so there is a team for all abilities.
If you want to give cricket a go this season, this is the club for you. Preseason starts Sunday 16th of August at Prendwick Reserve, Willetton. Please see our Facebook page for full details of our pre-season training.
For more information, please contact the club through Facebook Messenger or contact club president Josh Hansen on 0417 676 675.
The club is pleased to announce that wide brimmed hats embroidered with the clubs logo are now being distributed to financial players.
The club would like to acknowledge the support of the City of Canning, who provided the club with a grant to fund the purchase of the hats. Like all clubs, we have the occasional ‘moment’ with the council, but we cannot fault the support they provide to community groups within the city via a diverse range of grant opportunities.
The damage the sun can do is well known, therefore the club is keen for all our players to have the gear they need to reduce exposure to the sun whilst playing cricket.
Thanks again to the City of Canning for their financial support. We would also like to acknowledge the grants officers within the council who have always been so supportive and knowledgeable when progressing grant requests.