Welcome to Randwick Petersham Cricket Club!

A Club with 259 years of combined cricket history based on the values of TRUST, RESPECT and HUMILITY. RPCC is home to David Warner, Jason Sangha & Daniel Sams, and former home to Australian Test stars Simon Katich, Usman Khawaja & Nathan Hauritz. Our President is former Test Cricketer Mike Whitney.

Randwick Petersham Cricket Video Highlights

Access scores and highlights from games involving Randwick Petersham through out the 2020/21 season by clicking on the link below:

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Century 21 Community Scoreboard 2020/21


Randwick Petersham Cricket Club would like to thank our Head Coach for the last 6 seasons, Greg Small, for his immeasurable contribution to the club. During his tenure, ‘Smally’ had an enormous impact on Randwick Petersham’s successes, notably the Club’s inaugural Belvidere Cup in 2019-20, First Grade Limited Overs and T20 titles, as well as Lower Grade titles and Finals appearances. Just as importantly he worked tirelessly in the areas of junior development and Green Shield, building strong and long-lasting connections with our junior clubs and local associations. Above all, Smally was the embodiment of the Randy Petes motto – Trust, Respect, Humility – and we wish him all the best in his future endeavours.


Randwick Petersham Cricket are proud to announce the AW Green Shield trials for 2021-22. Trials will be held at the Norm O’Neill Indoor Centre, 1A Percival St, Penshurst between 9am and 1pm.

Please note that trials are POSTPONED during the current COVID lockdown

Trialists will be advised of new trial dates by email

Registration is now CLOSED – applicants will be advised shortly of their session time.

It is requested that players bring a 4 piece cricket ball, water and do not wear representative kit to the trial.

For any enquiries please direct them to:


On Sunday February 21st Randwick Petersham defeated Sydney Cricket Club by 8 runs to win the 2020-21 Limited Overs Premiership. This was the Randy Petes second title in the competition – last beating Fairfield-Liverpool in 2011-12.

It was Jason Sangha’s 2nd title in as many seasons as skipper  to go with the Belvidere Cup win in 2019-20.

Batting first 232 was posted courtesy of Adam Semple (44*), Anthony Sams (44) and Tim Affleck (39). In the defence Jason Ralston was the pick of the bowlers with 3-40 and was backed up by 2 wickets apiece from Riley Ayre and Caelan Maladay. Anthony Sams was awarded the Michael Bevan Medal as Player of the Final with 6 dismissals, to compliment his efforts with the bat, including a 10m stumping on the penultimate ball of the match to seal victory.

Read the full match report here


Randwick Petersham Cricket – 20 Years Young

Randwick Petersham Cricket Club was founded on the 19th July 2001 following the merger of Randwick and Petersham-Marrickville and in that time the Club has won 2 Club Championships, 15 Premierships and produced 4 Australian Test and 8 NSW First Class representatives.

Affectionately known as the Randy Petes, the Club has been built on strong foundations: hard working administrators, talented players and coaches and most importantly, a powerful volunteer base of dedicated and loyal workers. The Club has achieved a great deal in a short space of time which is a fitting testimony to the wonderful legacy handed down by its founding clubs.

2020-21 marks the Randy Petes 20th Anniversary season and with 1 week to Round 1 we are proud to launch our 20th season commemorative logo.


Randwick Petersham crowned Belvidere Cup winners for 2019/20

Congratulations to Randwick Petersham First Grade who have been crowned the Belvidere Cup winners for 2019-20. At the conclusion of the NSW Premier Cricket 2019-20 season, Randwick Petersham headed the Belvidere Cup 1st Grade points table with 77 points–11 ahead of next best Sydney University on 66 with Bankstown in third place on 61. That gave Randwick Petersham the minor premiership in the competition for the first time. Under the leadership of Co-Captains Jason Sangha and Daya Singh the team lost only one match during the rounds.

 Read more here

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