SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1933. Volume 4. Number 5.
Prospects for 'Varsity Cricketers Reviewed
Prospects for 'Varsity Cricketers Reviewed.
With very much the same material as last season to draw upon for the coming season, the Cricket Club should experience a most successful year. Last year a very young senior team was fielded, and consequently lacking first-grade experience, they did not perform sensationally, but with the year's experience they have gained these younger members should this year show their true ability.
The eleven had a strong attack, Harrison again being by far the most successful bowler, and he will be assisting the side again this season. With him to keep one end going plenty of variety should be available in Dean, a promising young left-hander, Williams, Stevens, Caldwell, and Tricklebank.
Paeey and Blandford will be again there to open the innings, whilst H. W. Osborn, who struck his true form late last season, Tricklebank, Paetz, and Caldwell will be there to assist.
A new member who is joining the Club is J. McKenzie, an ex-North Otago representative, who is both a batsman and a fieldsman.
In the second division most of last year's players will be out again, Macdonald, Robertson, who performed so well against Auckland University College at Easter, and White, being amongst those available.
The winners of the Junior B2 Championship will be almost all again in the field, and the lower grade teams should be strong.