Wednesday 16.03.2016 was the start of something exciting. Barbs organised a hit out with the Kaardas boys and wowee was it spectacular!!
We hope to make this a regular event as those young fellas can really play. I’m sure they got a lot out of the experience but maybe not as much as us old fellas did.
Huge thank you to everyone who made this possible especially Barbs, Shane and Brodie and Mario and Eli for filling in as well as the rest of the crew that pulled on the jumper to make the team. And thank you to the Dinos who helped with setting up the field and Maybs for Umpiring alongside Shane.
Kingys Day Out – Doing his best Maric Impersonation
Rowey taking a hanger
Juice brought his own ball again
Wal running just for something different 🙂
Due to Bill “Wordsmith” Keech being out of the state the wit and wisdom will be a tad lacking in this weeks wrap.
I’ll go with the Picture heavy approach as I know how much you love Fantarazzi’s camera work.
More pics to follow
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Creative Car Cruise.
The car cruise is a four day event starting in Perth 8am Friday morning. The boys are meeting at Carnabys park around 10 dressed in Mexican outfits and shooting off cap guns like crazy men , Gittos from 621 is going to have the prize patrol out there to do some live crosses , it’s going to go off!!
A small but intimate group gathered to celebrate the festive season on Sat 3rd Dec at the Dalyellup South Oval.Present : Darren ‘Santa’ Gittos, Dan ‘Elf Stewart’ and Angela Mangan + kids,Mike and Kiralee Grieve + kids, Andrew and Janelle King + kids,Luke and Nat Conforti + kid + bub, Dave and Naomi Haoust + kids,Justin and Shona Fantasia + kids, Bill and Terri Keech + kids and Coach Hutton.
After a few drinks and bit of lunch, Santa Gittos and his little helper Dan arrived with a big bag of toys for the dino-mites.
After the big fella had taken off it was down to the serious business of carting Dave Haoust’s little dibbly dobblies all over the show in park cricket.
When that got a bit predictable, we tuned into the Aussies thumping the Poms at Adelaide oval on the radio and played a bit of boules (Haousty dominating this with his unique wrist action coming to the fore).
The peppermint trees provided some welcome shade for the girls to kick back on the deck chairs under and have their boys ferry them drinks for as long as the drinks lasted.
All in all it was a very enjoyable day and we were all packed up and out of there by 3pm.
Until next year crew,
Discussing next years full schedule with the Social Director