The Elsie Boyce Memorial Tournament is in its fourth year, and it was the biggest and most successful since its inception. Eight teams competed for two days for the most coveted trophy of the cricket season. Teams came from Brooklyn-New York, Boston-Mass., Toledo-Ohio, Cambridge-On, Windsor-On, and Toronto teams Pickering, Markham and host team Malvern. Semi Finals MVP’s: Group A: […]
Please find the downloadable Elsie Boyce Memorial Scholarship documents below. EBMS-Guide 1 The-Elsie-Boyce-Memorial-Scholarship-Information 2
The Cricket season is here, and we are looking forward to another exciting and fun season.
Malvern gets an early start on Christmas with their Annual Children Christmas Party on Saturday December 1st 2012, with member Mr. Jeremy Bowen playing Santa Claus. We wish all our members, family, supporters, friends a merry Christmas.
Mrs. Valerie Phillips celebrates with her husband Mr. Michael Phillips, who was made an Honorary Member of Malvern Cricket and Social Club Inc. on Saturday November 24th 2012. Mr. Phillips became a member of Malvern Cricket and Social Club Inc. in 1987, where he held the office of Cricket Captain, Vice Captain, Treasurer, Director. He was elected President in 1996 and held […]
Malvern Cricket and Social Club Inc. celebrated their 31st Anniversary Presentation Dinner and Dance, at the Rembrandt Banquet Hall on Saturday October 13th 2012. In attendance was Scarborough MP Raymond Cho, (City Councillor in Toronto-Ward 42 Scarborough), Dr. Ian Walker (keynote speaker), Acting Council General to Barbados @ Toronto Ferdinand Gill, representatives of The Sickle Cell […]
Malvern CC played a challenging game at Sandy Beach on Sunday against Pickering CC. The game started off slowly for Malvern cricketers, but they quickly picked up the pace after time, overs, and players were decreasing. Malvern had 3 runs to make to win the game but unfortunately, they got run out which resulted in them losing to Pickering. Malvern CC…… […]
Malvern CC made their bi-annual trip to Montreal on August 18th to challenge the Montreal Caribbean Social Organization in a game of cricket. The teams played a challenging game on Saturday which was called, but continued on Sunday playing 35 overs. Malvern won with……156 runs, while their french counterparts made……106 runs.
Malvern CC travelled to Windsor, ontario last weekend to compete in a two day tournament, against three other teams. Malvern was successful in winning the first game against the home team, but unfortunately, they were two runs short of winning the second game which would’ve placed them in the finals. Despite their lost, they were good […]
Malvern continued their winning streak in Woodstock on Saturday. The game got off to a slow start, but Malvern picked up the pace after realizing that Woodstock was getting too close to their score. Wickets began falling rapidly during the last hour of the game, bringing the game to an earlier than exspected finish. Malvern CC……….114….all out Woodstock CC……….94….all […]