Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Canadian National Cricket

Canadian National Cricket Squad 2006

Saturday 2-Sep-06
Beacon Hill Park

Monday 4-Sep-06
Beacon Hill Park

Friday 8-Sep-06
Beacon Hill Park

Canadian National Cricket 2006 Events Schedule

Game time is 10:OO AM on 2,4 and 8th.

Victoria Cricket

Vagabonds Tour

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Monday, August 28, 2006

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Cowichan C.C. defeated Oak Bay in the Quarter Final of the Knock-out Cup by 9 wickets. The game was played at Shawnigan on Sun. 27th. Aug. Cowichan now meets Incogs in the semi-final at SMUS on Sat. 2nd. Sept.

Oak Bay 180 all out
Cowichan 184 for 1
(Richard Downs 97 not out Adam Benning 56 not out.)

Richard and Rick Fletcher put on 46 in an opening stand of just

over half an hour. Richard and Adam then pasted the O.B. attack!

Good fielding and some steady bowling at times forced Oak Bay

into cautious batting. They used 40 overs to make 180 while Cowichan reached the target in the 27 over.

It is worth noting that Steve

Jesperson and Vikram Kulkarni were not in the team today.

They are back for next weekend's games.

Cowichan are also in the League play-offs (top four teams): Cowichan vs. Colts at Shawnigan
on Sunday, 3rd. Sept. .......a busy weekend.

Friday, August 25, 2006

Oak Bay Croquet Festival

Oak Bay Classic Croquet Festival.

Please remember to wear white shirts and inform your team members of the following:

Location: Windsor Park - Oak Bay (both Friday and Saturday)
Welcoming - Friday, August 25th - 5:00 pm to 8:00

- wine and cheese social with band

- 2 free beverages per player

- croquet demonstration and Rules of Play

Saturday, August 26th - 9:30 am to 5:00 pm (approximately)

- play begins at 9:30 am

- a small breakfast of coffee, baked goods and fruit will be provided until 10:30 am

- lunch will be available to purchase

- final games at approximately 5:00

Reminder that all players should wear white. If you still wish to purchase souvenir golf shirts with event logo (limited supply), please contact David Billingham (DB) by Thursday, August 17th at 12:00 noon. Also, please ensure that your registration form has been completed and forwarded to Island Deaf and Hard of Hearing 300 - 1627 Fort St.


CW News: U 19 and U17 free Rugby Camp this Sunday August 27th at 12 noon

U 19 Coach Roger Robinson and the CW U 19 and U 17 program are conducting an open to all players' Boot Camp this Sunday 12 noon at Windsor Park. Please let others know, all players and talent levels are welcome. Come out and enjoy a bit of a run about, toss the ball, and in general have a fun hour or two.
Email Manager Kevin Poole with questions.

Thursday, August 24, 2006

Oak Bay Croquet Festival

Oak Bay Classic Croquet Festival August 26, 2006

This event is being held as a fundraiser for the Island Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centre, as well as part of the 100th anniversary celebration for the municipality of Oak Bay.
A wine and cheese mixer is scheduled on the Friday evening from 5:00 until 9:00 at the Windsor Park pavilion to introduce the rules of play as well as to pick up your team package. The tournament will begin at 9:30 on Saturday which promises to be a day filled with fun for all.
Plan to wear your "croquet whites" and celebrate this memorable event in support of your community.
For information on sponsorship or if you have any questions please click on the link or contact the event committee.
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Wednesday, August 23, 2006



CW is seeking someone to take on this role. It will be a remunerated position. ( At this time we are not sure of wage as we are applying to BCRU for grant money to go 50/50 with club for the position.) It will entail being responsible for the technical development of players aged U10, U12 and U14. The position will commence on Sunday 24th Sept and continue every Sunday for two months during the Fall and re-commence in February for another eight weeks. Weekly time commitment will be from 9:30 (preparing materials for the day) until noon (cleanup). The program will have approx 120 kids involved.

It will not involve recruiting players for the program, registration nor purchase, prepping of post practise cookies and juice, simply the skill devt and drills and organisation of games.

At this point in time we have many people in place to implement/support a program/syllabus supplied to them. e.g. U10's - Mike Danskin, Dave Jawl, Stephanie White, Luke Kratz, Dave Backhouse etc. The U12's will have people such as Doug Tate, Terry Cambridge involved and U14 will have the U12 coaches from last year. John McMillan, the Regional Jr Coaching Director would be available as a resource.

It looks like the U10's will be pretty much independant and many skills (based on non-tackle) and modified games need to be provided. Combatives as an introduction to contact can be introduced. U12's and U14's are becoming quite skilled and weekly sessions would need to include coaching skills and drills for individual, small group, unit and team. I think that this year we will be able to establish teams, (probably three per age group, with parent "managers"), to run "in-house league" matches, following the skill practise part of the morning. The only organisation that will be required will be liaising with Macca, regarding "Jamborees" that the kids attend during the season. The successful candidate must be patient, demonstrate extensive knowledge of age-appropriate skill instruction and drills, expansive list of modified games, (not always rugby-related) and have strong communication skills, particularly with kids these ages. Technical certification is not a necessity but would be an an advantage.

Please respond to this e-mail if you are interested or inform anyone you think might be interested. If we can mention the fact that we have selected a candidate in our application, I believe it will strengthen the application. This is an initiative that supports; "CW - a good club, getting better!"

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Canadian National Cricket Squad 2006

Congratulations for having been selected to the Canadian National Cricket Squad 2006

Players List:

Claire Abbott
Chelsea Baker
Kim Coulter
Meara Crawford
Anne Davis
Lenore Davis
Julia Fathers
Shelly Fathers
Helene Gaffney
Maree Wilson
Ave Morgan - Captain
Ramdai (Janet) John-Dorie
Muneshri (Mona) Persaud

Alternate - Michelle Hobby

Games will be on Sept 2, 4 and 8 at Beacon Hill.

Visas 2006

VISAS 2006

VISAS final day results
1st plate Semi-Final (played Friday)

Dallas County defeated Los Angeles by 4 wickets
Los Angeles 88 Gurmit Sandhu 31
Dallas County 91 Carl Thompson 45*, Arun Vitalla 29

2nd Plate Semi-Final
Victoria defeated Air New Zealand by 2 runs
Victoria 116 Jigs Patel 42, Karin Kumar 26
Air New Zealend 114 Paul Baldock 48*, Cam Alford 44

1st Cup Semi-Final
Lesbos Islanders defeated Dapto by 4 wickets
Dapto 140 Richard Marsh 87, Chris
Georgiou 26
Lesbos Islanders 142 Darren Spier 76*, Jeremy Cordle 42

2nd Cup Semi-Final
Sticky Wicket defeated Wanderers by 6 wickets
Wanderers 109 Murray Reed 28, Chip Brambley 21*,
Mark Briers 20
Sticky Wicket 110 Adam Benning 51*, Steve Jespersen 51*

Plate Final
Dallas County defeated Victoria by 37 runs
Dallas County 128 Hitesh Patel 38
Victoria 91 Tanzil Rehman 23

Sticky Wicket defeated Lesbos Islanders by 5 wickets
Lesbos Islanders 129 Darren Spier 49, Jeremy Cordle 31
Sticky Wicket 130 Adam Benning 56*, Steve Jespersen 52

Thanks to one and all that attended this event making it another successful VISAS.
Thanks to one and all that helped make VISAS a great event.
Cricket lunch is this Friday the 25th.

Friday, August 18, 2006


Double Header

Crimson Tide vs Dungannon F.C.,

Canada U21 vs U23 USA Collegiate

Coming to the Island on Saturday August 26th is a feast of rugby that all you rugby folk will not want to miss. Please mark the date in your calendar and kindly circulate all the rugby folk in your orb of influence.

The stalwarts at the Cowichan RFC are going “hog wild” and producing an extravaganza of rugby, which features a VIP marquee and apparently a golf cart, the use of which one can only speculate!! There will also be a “Presidents Luncheon” … guess who is arranging that… and two games of international quality rugby.

All this is taking place at Herd Road, Duncan, on Saturday August 26th. Gates open 12 noon and games commence at 2pm, when Canada U21 take on the U23 USA Collegiate. This international game will be followed at 5pm. by the Crimson Tide playing Dungannon F.C., a Club in the top Irish division, for those who might be in the dark about such a famous Irish FC.

Tickets to the President’s Luncheon - to begin at 12.30ish - are $20 which includes admission to the games. Please contact Peter Clarke at, if you wish to support this gathering or just turn up and pay at the door. Admission to the ground is $10.

Thursday, August 17, 2006

Visas 2006

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Oak Bay Croquet Festival

Oak Bay Classic Croquet Festival
This event is being held as a fundraiser for the Island Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centre, as well as part of the 100th anniversary celebration for the municipality of Oak Bay.
A wine and cheese mixer is scheduled on the Friday evening from 7:00 until 9:00 at the Windsor Park pavilion to introduce the rules of play as well as to pick up your team package. The tournament will begin at 9:30 on Saturday which promises to be a day filled with fun for all.
Plan to wear your croquet whites and celebrate this memorable event in support of your community.

Monday, August 14, 2006

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Visas 2006

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Castaway Wanderers Rugby Club are very pleased to announce exciting plans for Jr rugby for the 2006 Fall Season. Coaches Roger Robinson, Josh Dunning and former National team player, Denny Sinnott will head up a re-invigorated U19 program. This crew will be capably assisted by the management of Kevin Poole. It is great to have Kevin connected with CW rugby. "Old hands" will remember the tireless work that Kevin's dad, John, did for VIRU.

On Sunday 27th August ,CW invites all players in Victoria who wish to play U19 rugby with CW, to come out to our Boot Camp Day at Windsor Park, starting at 12:00 noon. We also invite those interested U17 and U16 players to attend this day. If you are not able to attend Boot Camp Day but are interested in playing for CW, please notify Kevin Poole at

Players are reminded that there are two upcoming exciting matches. Firstly, in Victoria, on Thursday 24th August, kickoff 6:30 p.m. at SMUS, the Canadian National U21 team will take on the USA U23 Collegiate All Stars. These two teams meet again on Saturday, August 26th at Cowichan RFC (Herd Rd., Duncan) at 2:00 p.m., followed by Crimson Tide vs Dungannon, (Ireland).

CW will also field a U17 team this fall with coaches Gary Bryant and Jeremy Cordle. This team will play games against Velox, Cowichan and exhibition (or League) games against mainland teams both at home and away. We welcome those U16 players who feel confident to play at this level to join this team. Check the club's website at for starting dates. U16 play will not begin until after Christmas.

CW Mini program will commence its fifth year at the end of September, starting with a "free-trial" day. Check out the cw website for information ( Amongst notable coaches for the coming season will be Doug Tate, Mark Catto, former Crimson Tide players, Guy Prevost, Terry Cambridge, Dave Backhouse, with weekly guest, Mens National Team players and senior club players such as Aaron Abrams, Dereck Daypuck, Kris Witkowski, Iain Exner, Harold Williams and Ken Goodland. CW's Mini program has provided five graduate players for the recent Vancouver Island U14 Summer Games team and four players with the current B.C. U16 team which will be playing the National Championships in Winnipeg, including the Captain, Andrew Crowe. We congratulate these players on their achievements.

We welcome all new players in any of these Jr or Senior club ranks. Phone 721-1527 if you have any questions about CW Rugby.




2006 – 07 SEASON
The start of the 2006-07 rugby season is a few short weeks away. We are now preparing
the Official Game Program and would like to provide you with the opportunity to support
the team by placing an advertisement with us. Last year was another great season for the
Club and we are excited about the prospects for CW teams in 2006-07. We look forward
to the opening of the new pavilion at Windsor Park which will attract more people and
make for an enjoyable atmosphere to both play and watch the rugby. When you advertise
with us, you not only support our club but your advertisement is also circulated to a large
number of people in the local and rugby community.
For your information Castaway Wanderers RFC fields two Senior men’s teams, an Under
19 team, two Under 16 teams and two mixed gender, Under 14 teams. We also have a
number of mini rugby teams starting as young as 8 years. During the last four years, our
Mini Rugby Program has grown to where we now have registered over 120 girls and
boys, aged seven to thirteen years. The Senior, Junior and Mini Programs involve over
200 young men and women playing under the banner of Castaway Wanderers RFC. Our
communications base has widened as a result of the growth of playing members.
We are offering advertisements at the following levels: 1/3 page ($150); 1/2 page ($200);
2/3 page ($250); full page ($300). Senior player, Aaron Abrams is once again
coordinating the program. Please contact Aaron at or at
661-6281 if you have any questions and/or wish to be included in this year’s program.
We require your advertisement and cheque by September 6th. A copy of last year’s
program is available upon request.
In addition, we will be adding a new section to our website which will feature our game
and program sponsors. Our website receives a lot of traffic as it is constantly updated
with new material and photos. This year’s sponsors will be added to a special section so
readers can patronize those businesses that support CW rugby. If you haven’t seen our
website, check it out at
We hope that you will consider our “Game Day Program” as a positive source of
advertising for your company as the rugby community is an expansive network of
potential consumers.
Ian (“Macca”) MacLean
President, CWRFC
Cc: Aaron Abrams

Saturday, August 12, 2006

Visas 2006

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Visas 2006

VISAS 2006

Cricket finals today Saturday August 12th at 10:00AM
All games today at Beacon Hill Park
Food and beverages until 6:00

Playoff results Friday August 11th.
Match 1
Wanderers Defeated Air New Zealand by 4 wickets
Air New Zealand 106 for 2 Cam Alford 58, Paul Baldock 35
Wanderers 107 for 2 Mark Briers 70*, Nick
Grant 23

Match 2
Sticky Wicket defeated Victoria by 41 runs
Victoria 88 for 5 K Kumar 38*
Sticky Wicket 129 for 2 Steve Jespersen 73, Adam Benning 26

Match 3
Islanders defeated Dallas by 5 wickets
Dallas 91 for 4 Hitish Patel 28
Islanders 93 for 1 Matt Brooks 38*,
Darren Spier 30

Match 4
Dapto defeated Los Angeles by 5 wickets
Los Angeles 106 for 6 Gurmit Sandhu 33, Raj Saini 24
Dapto 107 for 1 Richard Marsh 58*,
Chris Georgiou 24*

Match 5
Air New Zealand defeated Milan by 6 wickets
Milan 97 for 5 Mark Goodall 48
Air New Zealand 98 for 0 Cam Alford 55*, Paul Baldock 27*

Match 6
Dallas defeated Los Angeles by 4 wickets
Los Angeles 88 for 3 Gurmit Sandhu 31
Dallas 91 for 2 Carl Thompson 45, Arun
Vittala 29

Friday, August 11, 2006

Visas 2006

Standings after Round Robin August 10th. VISAS 2006

Dallas 7

Dapto 3

Sticky Wicket 4

Victoria 5

Wanderers 1

Islanders 2

Milan 9

Air New Zealand 8

Los Angeles 6

Congratulations go to Wanders for 1st place after Round Robin

Visas 2006

VISAS 2006

Cricket playoffs starts today Friday August 11th at 10:00AM
All games today at Beacon Hill Park
Food and beverages until 6:00

Thursday results August 9th.
Match 1
Dallas County defeated Mailan by 6 wickets
Milan 61for 6 Guido Draco 15
Rick Fletcher 3 for 11
Dallas 67 Carl Thompson 56*
Ross Gower 1 for 22

Match 2
Wanderers defeated Victoria by 5 wickets
Victoria 110 for 3 Narinder Cheema 32, Jatinder Gill 42*
Mark Brier 2 for 23
Wanderers 116 for 1 Andrew Downs 60 N.O., Mark Brier 26
U. Kistan 1 for 20

Match 3
Los Angeles defeated Air New Zealand by16 runs
Los Angeles 142 for 2 Neil Lashkari 32, Raj Saini 26*, Gurmit Sandhu 24
Luke Williams 1 for 23
Air New Zealand 126 for 2 Paul Baldock 68, Cameron Alford 20
Raj Saini 1 for 13 Peter machin 1 for 30

Match 4
Wanderers defeated Sticky Wicket by 5 wickets
Sticky Wicket 70 for 6 Paul Wilson 17
Nick Grant 2 for 3, Mark Briers 2 for 9
Wanderers 71 for 1 Mark Brier 27*, Andrew Downs 22*
Stephan Fletcher 1 for 17

Match 5
Lesbos Islanders defeated Dallas County by 6 wickets
Dallas 71 for 4 Arun Vittala 19
Jeremy Cordle 1 for 8, Matt Brooks 1 for 10
Islanders 72 Darren Spier 29*, Matt Brooks 25*

After the Round Robin

Minimum 150 runs
Total 50's 6's/4's Ducks Average High Score

Richard Marsh Dapto 368 4 9/41 92.00 83
Mark Briers Wanderers 226 2 5/13 113.00 62*
Darren Spier Islanders 217 1 7/24 43.40 73*
Andrew Downs Wanderers 203 2 10/18 -------- 74*
Cameron Alford Air New Zealand 181 1
2/13 30.17 52*
Raj Saini Los Angeles 179 10/15 179.00 49*
Steve Jespersen Sticky Wicket 178 1
11/15 29.67 68*
Matt Brooks Islanders 176 1 6/13 29.33 67
Paul Baldock Air New Zealand 173 1 6/15
1 28.83 52
Ashley Browne Los Angeles 167 1 10/15
83.50 95*
Murray Reed Wanderers 161 1 8/11
32.20 60*
Suhas Naik Dallas 154 1 6/11
30.80 55*
Jigs Patel Victoria 150 8/8 30.00 43

Bowling: Top economy
Wickets Runs Wides/No-balls Econ. Rate

Vikesh Dallas 1 99 1 / ---- 8.25
Simula Dapto 4 122 4 / ---- 8.71
Choudhary Victoria 1 96 3 / ---- 8.73
Reed Wanderers 6 140 4 / 1 8.75
Jespersen Sticky Wicket 6 139 1 / 4 8.78
Gill Victoria 5 142 2 / ---- 8.88
Ely Islander 3 107 1 / ---- 8.92
Saini Los Angeles 6 107 4 / 1 8.92
Patel Dallas 3 99 3 / ---- 9.00
Patrick Dallas 3 91 3 / ---- 9.10
Cordle Islanders 1 94 1 / ---- 9.40
Turko Wanderers 4 114 2 / ---- 9.50
Wilson Sticky Wicket 3 115 5 / 2 9.58
Kartik Dallas 5 116 3 / ---- 9.67
B. Brooks Islanders 1 39 2 / ---- 9.75
Briers Wanderers 7 156 4 / 4 9.75
Naik Dallas 2 87 -- / ---- 9.85 /

Thursday, August 10, 2006

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Followers of CW Rugby;
A great afternoon of rugby is planned for Saturday, August 26th at the Herd Road (Cowichan), Duncan Field. The first of two matches kicks off at 2:00p.m. when Canada U21 takes on the USA U23 All Star Collegiate side. The second match will be between Mens Premier Crimson Tide, All Stars (featuring some CW players) against a very strong Premier Team from DUNGANNON, Ireland. Take in all this quality rugby for the nominal fee of $10, I believe kids U16 free (??). See you on the sidelines.

Keep in touch with all matters CW-wise at We hope that you are considering joining the Supporters Assocaiation for the coming season.
In rugby - Macca

Visas 2006

VISAS 2006

Cricket starts today Thursday August 10th at 10:00AM
All games today at Beacon Hill Park

Wednesday results August 9th.

Air New Zealand 94 for 4 vs Victoria 95 for 3

Milan 116 for 2 vs Victoria 120 for 0

Los Angeles 105 for 3 vs Islanders 99 for 5

Air New Zealand 99 for 6 vs Sticky Wicket 101 for 2

Islanders 107 for 4 vs Wanderers 110 for 2

Los Angeles 103 for 1 vs Dapto 104 for 1

Sticky Wicket 112 for 3 vs Dapto 105 for 6

Wins to date August 9th
Dallas 2

Dapto 5

Sticky Wicket 6

Victoria 6

Wanderers 6

Islanders 5

Milan 0

Air New Zealand 2

Los Angeles 3

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Victoria Cricket

Good Day

I wrote to you in May about a documentary film we were broadcasting on CBC Newsworld's The Lens, entitled Cricket and the Meaning of Life. This is just a note to say that the film was so popular that it will be rebroadcast at 10pm on Tuesday, August 22, 2006. I hope you tune in and enjoy the film as much as I did.

Filmed in Toronto, Trinidad and India, this touching documentary airs on CBC NEWSWORLD's: THE LENS on Tuesday, August 22 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

This documentary deals with the most common immigrant experience: balancing the culture and society one comes from and the culture and society one comes to. Some of you are aware of this film and many would find it interesting.

The main appeal of this film will be for those of the Canadian South Asian communities, the Canadian West Indian communities and all cricketers and cricket lovers like myself because it deals with the great game of cricket and its important social role, though most immigrants will see issues they face daily in this story.

Given the importance of this game in these contituencies, we thought we would let you know about the re-broadcast and ask you to inform the many members of your community from these communities and to whom this film would bring joy. Below is a short description of the film and attached is the promo we have prepared for this broadcast.

We would be delighted to hear from you and from others on what the film meant to you at


In countries like India and Trinidad, the passion for cricket is just as strong as the love of hockey in Canada-maybe even stronger. It is the most watched and best loved sport in many Caribbean and South Asian countries. Cricket is a way of life - and many young boys dream of playing for the national team. Cricket and the Meaning of Life explores the power and meaning of a game that is more than just a sport. Like most boys in his native city of Bombay, director Sanjay Talrejas childhood was filled with cricket. As an adult, however, he struggled to adapt when he moved to Toronto, wondering if he would have to erase his past in order to belong to his new country.

One day, a surprise encounter rekindles a long-buried memory and changes everything. Talreja discovers a thriving underground community of South Asian and Caribbean cricket players in Toronto. He meets coach Brian Hale, who does more than teach the rules of the game-he motivates and mentors the young cricketers as they transform from boys into men, and from immigrants to full-fledged Canadians. Hale and his team depart on a life-changing tour to Trinidad, and Talreja discovers that cricket is crucial to the identity of many new Canadians, as he regains his passion for the game in his new country.

Cricket and the Meaning of Life is directed and narrated by Sanjay Talreja and produced by Gerry Flahive. It is a winner of the National Film Board of Canada Reel Diversity Competition, made in association with CBC Television and CBC Newsworld. The CBC Newsworld broadcast is a world television premiere and the film was recently nominated for a 2006 Golden Sheaf Award at the Yorkton Film Festival for Best Multicultural Program.

Hugh Wm. Brodie
Manager, Partnerships & Special Projects
Québec Region
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Mail: La Maison Radio-Canada
P.O. Box 6000, Montréal,
Québec, Canada H3C 3A8

Montreal Phone: 514-597-5813
Mobile: 514-895-1296


This season we are offering an exciting new opportunity to go along with the opening of the Windsor Park Pavilion. Outlined is the information concerning the CW Supporters Association and we hope you will avail yourself of the opportunity to become a member and partake of some of the associated benefits. You can complete the Membership Application, (cheque made payable to CWRFC) and return it to; Allan Oliver, 540 Beach Drive, Victoria. V8S 2M5.

On behalf of the Board of CWRFC, I would like to pass on personal thanks to Allan Oliver and Peter Gallagher for establishing this initiative. This season we will not be holding our Annual Fun(d)raising Banquet and other projects have to be considered in lieu of this event. This membership drive is the first of such projects. We believe it will give you a unique opportunity to view the games from a select and marvellous vantage point, as well as providing good value for its cost.


Your $150 Membership will help provide for the Club :
- a strong, sound financial base
- a large, supportive crowd for our home games
- support and equipment for our Junior Programs
- a refurbished, active ,vibrant D.S.C.
Your $150 Membership provides for you :
- C.W. Rugby Club Membership
- D.S.C. Social Membership
- Seasons Pass and admission to the exclusive Balcony/ Lounge viewing area for all home games for you and your spouse/partner
- Invitations to the D.S.C. special social events [many and varied]
- Invitations to Supporters Association Golf and Tennis Tournaments
- The following great offers from businesses supporting our association
- Oak Bay Bicycle 10% off parts and accessories
- Great Pacific Adventures Whalewatching 15% off
- Fishing Charters – Jason Callioux 20% off
- Mt Washington Ski Condo86 #5 20% off regular rental rates
- Sawyer Sewing 15% off machines parts and labour
- Prospect Lake Golf Club. 2 for 1 Green Fees Mon –Fri 7a.m. till 12 noon.
- Butchart Gardens. Name in monthly draw for 2 free passes
- Penny Farthing % off food bill on specified days. Details to be finalized
- Oak Bay Video. Free popcorn with video rentals

Name : ___________________ [last] ____________ [first]

Address : ____________________ [street] _________ [city]

Postal Code : _____ _____

Phone Number : ____ _____ _____ Cell : _____________

Email : __________________________

Payment by cheque payable to C.W. Rugby. $ 150

Please forward completed forms and cheques to Allan Oliver

540 Beach Drive , Victoria B.C. V8S 2M5 .

Visas 2006

No Cricket today but starts Wednesday at 10:00AM
Monday results August 7th
Dallas 72 for 6 vs Sticky Wicket 96 for 3

Dapto 151 for 1 vs Victoria 152 for 3

Sticky Wicket 157 for 1 vs Islanders 161 for 3

Victoria 77 for 0 vs Milan 72 for 2

Dapto 126 for 1 vs Wanderers 123 for 3

Air New Zealand 94 for 1 vs Milan 90 for 5

Los Angeles 116 for 1 vs Wanderers 120 for 2

Dallas 117 for 2 vs Air New Zealand 66 for 6

Monday, August 07, 2006

VISAS 2006

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Victoria International Six a Side

Visas Agenda 2006

Thursday, August 10th 10:00 am – 3:30 pm: Cricket matches at Beacon Hill Park.
Refreshments at Beacon Hill Park until 8:00 pm

Friday, August 11th 9:30 am – 6:30 pm: Main and Plate Competition Playoffs at Beacon Hill Park.
Refreshments at Beacon Hill Park until 8:00 pm

Saturday, August 12th 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Semi-finals and final of Main competition. Final of Plate competition.

Closing Banquet and Dance at the Union Club of
British Columbia (
(Ticket only - $55)
7:00 pm: Drinks
7:30 pm: Dinner
9:00: Live Dance Band
Dress: Jacket and Tie

Sunday, August 13th Teams depart.

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