At the Golden Duck Donor Cocktail Reception at Tattersalls Club, Sydney, on Wednesday 17th April, Australian cricketer Pat Cummins was inducted into the role or Primary Club Ambassador.  Pat is almost 26 years old and has represented his country in 20 Test, 48 ODIs and 20 T20Is.  He has impressed as a genuine all-rounder with leadership potential.

Pat joins Lisa Sthalekar, Ed Cowan and Liesl Tesch OAM MP as Primary Club Ambassadors.

“I have always admired what the Primary Club stands for and the type of charities that we support”, explains Pat, as he was being interviewed by President Jim Maxwell.

Jim said, “As a current player with huge potential, we know the opportunities for Pat to attend our functions may be limited.  So, we wish him well in his career and look forward to future occasions when he can join us”.

Special guest, former Australian Women’s Cricket Captain Alex Blackwell, joined the event and is pictured above with Jim, Secretary Gavan Carroll, the much-travelled mascot Bernie the Golden Duck, Pat and Rick Glover.