Members and their guests are invited to join our "club night", along with members of the Australia India Business Council, next Thursday 16th March, to watch the 2nd and 3rd sessions of play live from Ranchi, from 5:30pm onwards.
The venue is York 75 Bar, Level 2 of the Hotel CBD (corner of York and King Streets, Sydney). Look for the Primary Club banners upstairs.
This is a free event for members. Light snacks will be served on arrival and a cash bar will be operating.
Guests are encouraged to sign up as Primary Club members until 30/6/2017, at a reduced rate of $25 (normally $50 p.a.). Download the form below and bring it with you.
Credit Card form for functions
Once again, the Primary Club has secured a limited number of premium seats in the Nick Shehadie Stand at Allianz Stadium for Waratahs home games. Both options are available - either fully-catered seats ($220pp) or ticket-only seats ($65pp). For more details, including opponents, dates and prices, click on this link.
Additional games available on request.
Members are reminded that the Annual Sydney Golf Day will be held at Elanora Golf & Country Club on Monday 6th March. Players are asked to register from 11:30am onwards, and be ready for a 12:30pm shot-gun start.
The cost of the day is $200pp for members and $220pp for non-PCA members, this includes golf, drinks (beer, soft drinks and wine after golf and over dinner), dinner and trophies.
For more information and to book, please download the flyer below, and submit to email@example.com, or call Anja on (02) 9980-2525.
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Bookings are now OPEN for the big night featuring the Sir Roden Cutler Award Winner and a gaggle of past winners of this prestigious Award (Liesl Tesch, James Pittar, Jan Pike, Brad Dubberley to name but a few). Also in attendance will be our Battle of the Codes players, our corporate Marathon Cricket players, Primary Club members and their guests.
For more information, special guests and booking details, click here.
Organise a table of family, friends and colleagues; special sponsorship options are available.
This event is possibly one of the most important functions on the Primary Club calendar, so we need a good turn-out from all Members.
The dates for our next Marathon Cricket event at the Sydney Cricket Ground have been announced - Thursday 16th and Friday 17th February 2017. If you are interested in entering a team, either a corporate team or a club or social team, then please call the office on (02) 9980 2525 and request a registration form. We expect bookings will close my mid-September.
Marathon Cricket is one of our major fund-raising events, with 40 teams having a chance to live their dream of playing on the famous arena in a Twelve/12 match ensuring equal opportunity for all players to bat, bowl, keep and field.
Corporate packages include sponsorship recognition, game DVD, dinner with the AFL and Rugby Legends following their Twenty/20 "Battle of the Codes" fixture on Thursday evening.
We hope to raise over $100k for our disabled sports charities.
Under grey skies, on the first morning of the Sydney Test Match - Australia versus West Indies - the members and guests of the Primary Club of Australia joined President Jim Maxwell, newly appointed Patron and Twelfth Man Mark Taylor, special guest speakers Simon Katich
and Fazeer Mohammed
, respected West Indies journalist, along with MC Mike Coward.
President Jim Maxwell invited new Patron and Twelfth Man Mark Taylor to the podium to partake in what was the highlight of the morning - the induction of Daphne Benaud, the widow of former Primary Club of Australia Patron and Twelfth Man Richie Benaud, as a Life Member of the Primary Club of Australia.
Following the presentation, The Minister for Sport and frequent player of Marathon Cricket Stuart Laurence Ayres MP
was introduced and he announced that the Government were donating $5000 towards Marathon Cricket.
The rest of the breakfast saw MC Mike Coward interviewing guest speakers Simon Katich
and Fazeer Mohammed
about the state of test cricket.
The breakfast concluded with Katie drawing the raffle - first prize - 30 mins in the ABC Commentary Box with Jim Maxwell.
We invite you to lock in this event next year .. and every year. Day One of the Sydney Test Match - the 3rd January.