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Season 2018 is almost upon us. Sign on day will announced soon
Pre season will commence on the following dates

Our first pre-season training day is set for Sunday the 4th of February.
To be held at the Palmerston Indoor Centre.

Juniors 9am to 11am
Seniors 11-30am till 2pm
Juniors 9am till 11am
Seniors 11-30am till 2pm

At all pre-season training days there will be an opportunity to re-sign for the season and sign up for all new players as well.


To keep up to date with the latest club information head over to our facebook page

Seniors Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:00pm
Juniors Mondays & Wednesdays 5:00pm

Registration and Fees Click here for full details

Club Upgrade Update

There has been a lot happening behind the scenes since the start of the season. Club runners Dave Davies and Peter Buttfield have been hard at work securing a grant which has been used to rebuild the front of the club house. We are now happy to announce that we have a brand new 108sqm fully roofed under cover area which extends from the bar a whopping 8 meters out. Come down watch some cricket, Grab a drink from our licensed bar and enjoy the great things happening around the club. More in depth updates to come soon.

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Juniors, A, B & C grade Fixtures are now up.

click here for fixture


 Next Committee Meeting : TBA. All players post and present are welcome. PCC Club house


Club Upgrades

The club is happy to announce there have been several upgrades that have taken place over the off season.

Our center wicket has now been scarified and a complete new top layer of clay has been layed down. This will provide PCC with a premier turf wicket for future seasons to come.

We are currently 60% through upgrading our mains power feed. This involved trenching and re hauling all new mains power cable from the street to the club house, Upgrading our current Distribution board giving us a higher capacity for any future works including upgrading our function room.

Last but not least we are proud to announce we are currently installing 6 new light towers around our recently built training net facility and field practice area. We are hoping the ability to train well past 6:30pm will help provide a safer area at night to train as well as help get more seniors down to training who could not otherwise train due to time and evening lighting constraints

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We would like to introduce Mal Challen As  the PCC Club coach for the upcoming 2017 Season.

Mal is the proud owner of the palmerston indoor sports center. He has been the owner/operator there now for 10 years. Mal has had an impressive career with the Palmerston cricket club that spans over 15 years. He has Played in 2 D grade premiership winning sides. As well as numerous A grade flags for his previous club. Mal  has a long list when it comes to sports achievements, Most notably representing Australia in the WICF MASTERS WORLD SERIES over in England in 2016. In which they won the competition undefeated with Mal taking MOTM honors in grand final game. Mal has also just been named the 2017 northern territory's Masters sportsperson of the year. It's clear to see Mal has a passion when it comes to sports and cricket in particularly. We believe with his years of experience the club is well placed to take this season head on. We would like to congratulate Mal for his recent achievements and wish him the best of luck in the upcoming season.Malchallen.jpg



PCC Welcomes the 2017 Committee Members

Club President - David Davies

Vice President & Treasurer- Peter Buttfield

Secretary & Junior coordinator  - Debbie Martin

Players Representative - Dean McArthur

General Committee Members:
Daniel Fett
Joel Grant
Kylie Hyde
Brendan Rudd
Matthew Kleefsman


PCC would like to make a big thank you to Lia Finocchiaro and Nathan Barrett MLA for presenting the club with a cheque for $100,000 to complete our mains power upgrade.MLA 100k Grant


A grade two dayers have been brought down to 80 overs per innings and also a new start time of 1pm which lines up with B grade.