SSD 2012 Scores
Click below to the see the scores from the two twenty20 matches played.
- Celebrity Twenty20 match - Ben Creagh's Gown XI vs Wendell Sailor's Town XI (pdf 90kb)
- All Star Twenty20 match - Adam Gilchrist's UOW XI vs Sir Vivian Richards' Bradman World XI (pdf 90kb)
Cricket Royalty Reins at UOW's Big Day
Cricketing royalty came to the University of Wollongong on Sunday (18 November), and turned on a regal exhibition that delighted the large crowd at the fourth annual Stumping Serious Diseases (SSD) Twenty20 match at the University Oval.
UOW Ambassador Adam Gilchrist and West Indian legend Sir Vivian Richards arrived at the University Oval by helicopter from Bowral, where earlier in the day they had been honoured with inclusion in the Greats of the Game Gallery at the International Cricket Hall of Fame at the Bradman Museum, which celebrates the achievements of the world’s greatest cricketer Sir Donald Bradman.
This year’s SSD match continued the tradition of supporting health and medical research at UOW, while also celebrating the recently-announced partnership between the University and the Bradman Foundation based at the Bradman Museum. The partnership aims to educate, inspire and develop young people, in line with Sir Donald’s vision for advancement of young people and cricket.
Sir Viv captained the Bradman World XI , which included two players who had followed him as West Ind\ian captain, master batsman Brian Lara and all-rounder Carl Hoope, as well as former England captain Adam Hollioake, former England batsman Graeme Hick and New Zealand international Daryl Tuffey.
Gilchrist, himself the greatest wicketkeeper-batsman in cricket history, led a UOW XI that included Australian internationals Damien Martyn, Wayne Holdsworth and Tom Moody, Scott Styris (New Zealand) and Robin Smith (England), as well as emerging Australian female all-rounder Kara Sutherland.
It's a hit: general admission tickets sell out
General Admission tickets for Stumping Serious Diseases 2012 are now sold out.Limited VIP tickets are still available to purchase online.
Prepare to be bowled over by Sunday's SSD showdown
Cricket fans will be bowled over by the famous names set to play in Sunday's Stumping Serious Diseases double header. Players include: Adam Gilchrist,Sir Vivian Richards, Brian Lara,Damien Martyn, Scott Styris, Tom Moody, Steve Peacocke, Quade Cooper and James O'Connor.
Fit for a Prince: Brian Lara set for Stumping showdown
Former West Indies International player Brian Lara, nicknamed 'The Prince', will join the all star lineup for SSD 2012. Regarded as one of the greatest batsmen of all time, Lara holds many cricketing records including the record for the highest individual score in first-class cricket.
Sir Vivian Richards to captain Bradman XI
Cricket King Sir Vivian 'Viv' Richards will take Wollongong by storm when he captains the Bradman World XI team against Adam Gilchrist's UOW XI in the SSD all star game on November 18.
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