Graeme Hughes (1991)

17 - Graeme Hughes (Petersham-Marrickville 1991)

Graeme Hughes made the Petersham-Marrickville 1st Grade team when just 16 and two seasons later in 1974-75 scored his maiden 1st Grade century. That same season he was top scorer in the 1st Grade Final when the Pete's defeated Manly to win the premiership. At age 20, Hughes was selected to play cricket for New South Wales. He had first represented New South Wales when he played rugby league against Queensland as a 19 year old. He is one of only six sportsmen to represent New South Wales at both cricket and rugby league. He retired at the end of 1992-93 having accumulated 6,216 1st Grade runs in a career spanning 23 years. He is a regular Master of Ceremonies at Randwick Petersham Cricket functions.

Ross Davies (1989)

16 - Ross Davies (Randwick 1989)

Ross Davies joined Randwick from Bathurst in 1965-66. He played for 24 years scoring 5,113 runs in all grades. He played 1st Grade in 1972-73 but was more at home in the lower grades excelling in the 3rd - 4th grade level where he regularly took out the season batting honours. A solid right-hand opening batsman, he was also a fine leader captaining many Randwick teams to positions in finals. Ross served on the Randwick Management Committee for 15 years and for 6 years held the position of Assistant Secretary. He maintained a close involvement with Randwick Petersham organising many functions and fund-raisers such as the Phil Tresidder Memorial Golf Day.

Greg Hartshorne (1988)

14 - Greg Hartshorne (Petersham-Marrickville 1988)

Greg Hartshorne started with Petersham-Marrickville in the 1967-68 premiership winning A W Green Shield team. In 1969-70 he made his 1st Grade debut and was a major force in the club winning the 1974-75 1st Grade premiership. He played for Metropolitan Colts and NSW Colts and captained 1st Grade in 1982-83. He served on the club Management Committee and was involved in the Randwick Petersham merger. He led Randwick Petersham teams to three successive premierships in 4th, 3rd and 2nd grades between 2003 and 2005 and was awarded life membership of the Sydney Cricket Association in 2005. He served on the Management Committee and was delegate to the SCA in 2007-08. That season he served the first of two seasons as CEO having retired as a player in 2007. In 35 seasons he scored 11,104 runs, took 543 wickets, held 205 catches and hit 258 sixes. He was a State Selector for 3 years from 2007.

Trevor Jay (1989)

15 - Trevor Jay (Randwick 1989)

Trevor Jay played in Randwick's Shires team in 1966-67 while still a schoolboy. He graduated to 3rd Grade and in 1969-70 at age 18 made his 1st Grade debut. In 1972-73 he played for NSW Colts. He was a leading performer in Randwick winning four 1st Grade premierships between 1978 and 1982. Trevor served on the Randwick Management Committee for many years and between 1984 and 1990 was Assistant Secretary. In 30 seasons Trevor Jay took 854 wickets and scored 4,225 runs for the club. He was Randwick's greatest 1st Grade wicket-taker and is the 13th highest in the history of Sydney 1st Grade with 679 wickets at an average of 20.65. He also scored 3,054 1st Grade runs. In 2002 he was made a Life Member of the Sydney Cricket Association.

David Chardon (1988)

13 - David Chardon (Petersham-Marrickville 1988)

David Chardon joined Petersham-Marrickville as a 14 year old in the 1967-68 season. He had the rare distinction to captain premiership teams in both the A W Green Shield and Poidevin Gray competitions. In 1968-69 the 15 years old red-haired right arm fast bowler made his debut in 1st Grade where he remained for the following 24 seasons taking 762 wickets while establishing himself throughout that period as one of Sydney Grade Cricket greatest fast bowlers. In 1975-76 he played Sheffield Shield cricket for NSW while his 69 1st Grade wickets in 1983-84 set a new record which remained the top mark throughout the lifetime of Petersham-Marrickville. In his twilight years Chardon played in the lower grades boosting his overall record to 1,124 wickets for the club by the time he retired at the end of 1994-95 after 29 seasons.

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