Maribyrnong Park St Mary’s Cricket Club is a club formed in 2011 from the St Mary's Cricket Club and the Maribyrnong Park Cricket Club.
With Old enemies becoming new team mates, the club bonded together and has grown to become one of the biggest local clubs in the area. Past stars from each club have continued on playing with Garry Giese being the first player to reach 400 games. Garry recently retired and holds the record for wickets with 729. Just behind him is Mick Manning with 690 Wickets and then Daylight for third.. That's a lot of wickets.
The highest run scorer with 8022 Runs is Brian Moss who also has the honor of the clubs champion player award named after him. Brian also has a one day grade in the nwmca named after him for all his umpiring work as well. A legend of the local arena! Jonny Grant recently entered second position on the run list with 7454 runs surpassing the long record of Peter Kett who amassed 7448 in his time at the crease. Rob Telfer is another current player also making his way to the top honors on 7407 runs.
The most prestigious Gloveman holds the naming of the golden glove award. Leigh Warren (Stork) pouched 430 Catches along with 64 Stumpings to hold the wicket Keeping record with 494 dismissals.
Each of the past clubs still present their premiership flags in the clubrooms along with the honour boards of the past players and executive members.
Together, the Maribyrnong Park St Mary's Cricket Club is a Family friendly club who have a team for all abilities and age levels.
St Mary's CC was established in 1972 playing out of Fairbairn Park in Ascot Vale. The club was formed by Frank McSweeney who was the first president.
Maribyrnong Park was established in 1984 and run by William Considine, The current best clubman award is named after these two fine gentleman.