The Beginning

 

The Upper Ferntree Gully Cricket Club was established in 1926 also known as Upper Gully. The first game was played at Gulliver's Estate against Ferny Creek on 3rd April 1926. Upper Ferntree Gully won it by 36 runs.

A week later the second game held at home against Prahran Manchester Unity, saw the home side victorious by 21 runs. The decision of the match rested in the team scoring the most runs in 1½ hours. The Gully teams scoring 21 runs more than their opponents were therefore the winners. The scores were UFTG 9/121 (H. Tainsch 39, J. Fleming 31*, M. Henry 14*) def Prahran M.U. 7/100 (H. Tainsch, M. Henry & H. Rickard all took 2 wickets).

 

The inaugural full season of cricket played by the club took place in 1926/27 when the club took part in arranged competitive matches. 

Life Members

UFTGCC Early History

UFTGCC Pre War Highlights

UFTGCC 1926-27 Foundation Season

UFTGCC 1926-27 Results

Documents above supplied by Steve Flemming from 30 years compiling FTGCC Historical records.

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The Winning Edge

1996-97

The Winning Edge

1996-97

Season

1982-83

Annual Report

1988-89

Season Registration

1993-94

Season

1979-80

Season

1985-86

Financial Statement

1994-95

Season Registration

1996-97

Season

1980-81

Annual Report

1978-79

Balance Sheet

1992-93

Season Scorebook

1933

Season

1981-82

Annual Report

1987-88

Season Fixture

1987-88

Website by Biziweb

Vic vs Zimbabwe
1994

1999-00 Premiers

Reunion

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Upper Ferntree Gully Cricket Club recognises that children are vulnerable members of our community.  The club is committed to the safety and wellbeing of children and in providing a child safe and child friendly environment.  The club has zero tolerance of child abuse and is committed to having measures and initiatives in place to support children’s welfare and protection. 

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