CSMCC install youngest Vice President in clubs history

CSMCC install youngest Vice President in clubs history

Current 1st XI player Michael Wallace has accepted his new position as Vice President, making him the youngest ever to serve in the role.

The Casey South Melbourne Cricket Club welcome Wallace into the position after taking over from Ross Moore, who has now moved into the Treasurer’s role, left vacant by the departing Matthew Hawking.

Wallace is an outstanding young leader amongst the playing group and he is now taking those qualities to help continue building the club off the field.

Ross Hibbins has been re-elected as President and the committee welcomes Craig Lambden onto the general committee.

However, we are saddened by the resignations of Billy Lincoln and Matthew Hawking, who have both served the club for an extended period of time, with Matthew continually keeping the club financially viable throughout his tenure.

We wish both Billy and Matthew all the best and thank them for their service to the club.

The club is excited with the direction we are taking off the field, installing young, fresh leaders onto the committee, implementing a high-quality coaching panel as well gaining some strong off-season recruits.

The club is building towards a strong and prosperous future and we are looking forward to a great season on the field in the 2018/19 season.

 

Office Bearers and Committee structure:

President: Ross Hibbins

Vice President: Michael Wallace

Treasurer: Ross Moore

Secretary: Mick Taylor

General Committee:

Ann Moore

Craig Lambden

James Maxwell

 

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