History

South Brisbane District Cricket Club Inc was established with forty members on 13th August 1897. Toombul and Valleys share the same year of establishment. The first match played by South Brisbane was against Toowong at the Sports Ground Toowong on 2nd, 9th, and 16th October 1897. South Brisbane won by an innings and 118 runs. Read about the game here.  See the team Photo here

The club celebrated its Centenary Year in 1997 and a book has been published by Athol Fulwood. To have a browse click here .

Life Member Dave Applegarth has also produced “Memories about My Time at Souths”. To browse this great publication click here.

South Brisbane District Cricket ClubHonour Board

To see our Annual Reports and Statistics from 1897 to now Click here.

Qld Cricket Grade Cricket Records -here

To see photos and stories of South Brisbane History Click Here.

Club Members who served in World War I

Club Members who served in World War II. (New – link to Wally Grout page and weblinks)

New 2011 South Flood Stories and Photo Gallery

Life Member pages with history of each member. 

 

Did you Know?

The oldest partnership record for our club is still held by two of our World War 1 veterans – Thomas Faunce and William Hayes. They hold the First Wicket Partnership record of 290 runs in A Grade vs Valleys in 1905/06. The record has stood for over 100 years.