Trevor began playing cricket for Langhorne Creek Cricket Club in 1983 and remained a regular player in the club’s lower grades when he received life membership of the A&EHCA in 2019.
During that time he has amassed nearly 450 games. As at the end of the 2018/2019 season, Trev had played:
· 269 x A Grade
· 9 x A2
· 108 x B Grade
· 25 x C Grade
· 1 x D Grade
· 5 x T20
· 5 x Courier Cup
· 13 x Rotary Cup
In addition to his significant playing record for his home club, Trevor has also represented the A&EHCA in Meyer Shield cricket and has been a long-time supporter of the SA Country Carnival where he has represented the Alexandra team as a player and team coordinator for over 25 years. Trevor’s contribution to the SA Country Carnival was formally acknowledged in 2019 when he was awarded life membership.
The Langhorne Creek Oval is considered one of the best cricket grounds in country SA and Trevor has played a significant role in this reputation being maintained. He held the role of curator of the Langhorne Creek turf pitch between 1982 and 2012 where he regularly spent the morning tea and lunch breaks of his work week at the oval preparing pitches.
Trevor has been a committee member of the Langhorne Creek Cricket Club for over 30 years including 3 years as President.
Trevor has been an active member of the A&EHCA Executive Committee and was previously a club delegate to the A&EHCA. He has prepared pitches for countless A&EHCA inter-association matches and also the U/16 Country Carnival when the event was hosted by the Fleurieu South region.
He has also supported the A&EHCA as coach of the successful U/21 Figg Cup team in 2001/2002, as the A&EHCA delegate to the Fleurieu Districts Cricket Council, and as an assistant to Perry Jones in collecting and collating the match results and statistics.
In March 2018, Trevor was presented with a 25 year service award at the SACA Volunteer of the Year Award. This was a great reflection of the commitment he has shown over his many years of service to growing cricket in the local and wider community.