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Where are they now?

All of the following last played in the 80's but where are they now?

If you know, or are on the list, how about emailing the Secretary at and let us know.


Ted Ball

Daryl Brown

Mick Burgess

Mike Collins

Adrian Cox

Ian Coxall

Brad Evans

David Gray

Marty Lakey

John Martin

Clive Neville

Andrew Readman

Robert  Reidy

Ron Stuart

David Symonds

Peter Symonds

Peter Woodyard


Ian Cecil


I was looking at a website of my old cricket club and found my name on a page titled "Where are they now?"   My name is Ian Cecil. I played 5 seasons with SUCC, which was called Port Centrals when I commenced. My brothers in law Peter Symonds and David Symonds ( who also appear on the list) talked me into playing cricket with you guys.   I fully enjoyed my time at SUCC. I moved to Port Macquarie, NSW in 1988.   I played cricket with a few clubs here but I was always disappointed with the clubs. They just weren't as good as SUCC. After a period of time I became president of Port Macquarie Panthers Pirates Cricket Club. At that time they had 1 side playing in 3rd grade. I was inexperienced in being in an administation role at a cricket club so I just tried to copy all the things that I saw and enjoyed at SUCC. Within 4 years The Pirates CC were the biggest and most successfull cricket club in the competition with 5 sides in the seniors competition. We won the 1st grade premiership in my 5th year as president after losing the grand final the previous 2 years.   I managed to play up till the age of 49 but had to retire as my body was just falling apart with old age.   On a personal basis I am still married to my wife Anne-Marie. We have had 2 sons who both played junior and senior cricket. I was involved in the Port Macaquarie Junior Cricket Club for a number of years. Both my boys turned out to be better cricketers than I.   In regards to my 2 brothers in law.   Peter Symonds moved to England in 1988. He currently lives in Leeds, is married with 3 daughters. He never played cricket again afrter leaving SUCC.   David Symonds has lived in many places in Australia but currently lives in Hoppers Crossing. He is married with 1 son. He also has never played cricket after leaving SUCC.   I would like to say hi to any of the old heads that might be still involved in your cricket club and wish them all the best.   Regards.   Ian Cecil.





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