The Old Boys Day saw the presentation of honour caps to the Life Members by the oldest living Life Member, Phil O'Sullivan. The event also saw the unveiling of the new Club honour boards which recognises Life Members, Premierships, Australian Players, Batsmen (min 4000 runs), Bowlers (min 250 wickets) and All Rounders (min 3000 runs & min 200 wickets). The honour boards acknowledged the Club's current name as Eastern Suburbs as well as the Club's former name as Waverley District, while also portraying both logos's from today and yesteryear.
The Club also hosted Ladies Day, which was a day initiated by the social committee and was aimed at giving some recognition to the partners, mothers and other women in our players and supporters lives who, somewhat reluctantly, put up with all of us being involved in cricket year in year out. The Club teamed up with Barefoot Wines and Bumble for the day and offered wine and champagne for the ladies, while Bumble offered styling as the afternoons play took place out on the picturesque Waverley Oval.
Both events were a great success and will be initiatives that will be continued in the coming seasons.
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