RANDWICK CRICKET CLUB.
The annual meeting of the above club was held last night at the Randwick Town Hall, under the presi-
dency of Mr. James Snape, Mayor of the borough. The
attendance was satisfactory.
The annual report and the balance-sheet were pre- sented by the hon. secretary, Mr. H. de Josselin. A feature which was much applauded was the fact that the club, which had competed in the City and Suburban Cricket Association, had concluded the season without meeting with a single reverse. The club's batting had been characterised by good performances, J. H. Noonan heading the list with an average of 43.08; and in the bowling H. Williams secured the average with 37 wickets at an average cost of 5 runs. The aggregate number of wickets, viz, 44, at a cost of 11.7 per wicket, was secured by H. de Josselin. In the annual borough match between Waverley and Rand- wick, which was played on the Randwick Oval, Rand- wick won by 84 runs. Attention was drawn to the improvements which had been effected at the oval, a sum of £227 9s having been spent, which was the main cause of the debit balance of £34 9s 8d shown on the balance-sheet. The improvements, it was stated, were necessary to enable the club to enter into the N.S.W.C.A. second and third grade competitions.
The following office bearers were elected for the year:
—Patron, Mr. D. Storey, M.L.A., president, Mr. James Snape, Mayor of Randwick; 20 vice-presidents; hon. secretary, Mr. H. de Josselin, hon. treasurer, Mr. S. E. Brown, match secretary, Mr. J. S. Shiels, general committee, Messrs. R. Beavis, J. H. Noonan, J. Beve- ride, P. Beveridge, F. Pardey, P. Pemell, Stanley M. White, also the president, vice-presidents, secretary, treasurer, and match treasurer; selection committee for A team, Messrs. H. de Josselin, J. S. Shiels, P. Beveridge; selection committee for B team, Messrs. H. Beveridge, T. Seddon, and F. Pardey; auditors, Messrs. E. H. Strachan and R. W. Jonas. The meeting de- cided to alter the name of the club to the Randwick