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Nathan Reardon

Nathan Reardon

WMDCC Men's Assistant Coach

Nathan Reardon is the current Wynnum Manly District Cricket Club Assistant Men’s Coach and is an Australian cricketer who played for Queensland in Australian domestic cricket.

Nathan made his Twenty20 International debut for Australia against South Africa on 5 November 2014.

Prior to playing professional cricket, Nathan honed his skills in the Home Counties domestic league playing for Knebworth Park Cricket Club.

Ciara J Metcalfe

Ciara J Metcalfe

WMDCC Women's Coach

Ciara Metcalfe is the current Wynnum Manly District Cricket Club Women’s Coach, and is an Ex-Irish international cricketer who debuted for the Irish national side in June 1999.

Ciara was born in Dublin, and her One Day International (ODI) debut came at the age of 19, when she played three matches at the 1999 European Championship in Denmark.

One of Ireland’s best spinners, Metcalfe was a regular in the National team throughout the the 2000’s. In an ODI against the Netherlands at the 2007 European Championship, she took her only five-wicket haul at that level, 5/18 from 8.3 overs. Her performance set a new record for the best ODI bowling figures by an Irishwoman (beating Susan Bray’s 5/27 against Denmark in 1990). The following year, at the 2008 World Cup Qualifier, Metcalfe took eight wickets at an average of 14.25.

Metcalfe announced her retirement from international cricket in 2011, concluding her ODI career with figures of 4/27 against Sri Lanka. In 42 ODIs, she took 50 wickets at an average of 25.08. In 2015, however, Metcalfe announced that she would again be available for the national team. Her international appearances since her return have all been at Twenty20 International level, and have included a series against Australia and matches at the 2015 World Twenty20 Qualifier.

In June 2018, she was named in Ireland’s squad for the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 Qualifier tournament. During the tournament match against Uganda, she took her 100th wicket for Ireland. In October 2018, she was named in Ireland’s squad for the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20. She announced that she will retire from international cricket following the end of the tournament.

 

1 v 1 Private Coaching Sessions
Available for male and females,
with Ex-Irish International Wynnum Manly Cricket Club Coach Ciara Metcalfe on – 

• Batting skills
• Bowling skills 
• Fielding skills 
• Tactical Skills
• Video analysis/ take home feedback

Contact Ciara on 0413090518 or ciarajmetcalfe@hotmail.com to improve your skills.

Alister McDermott

WMDCC Men's Coach

Alister McDermott is the current Wynnum Manly District Cricket Club Men’s Coach and is an Australian cricketer who played for Queensland in Australian domestic cricket.

He made his Queensland List A debut on 11 October 2009 against Western Australia, and his First Class debut on 18 November 2009, in a match against the touring West Indians.

He has represented Australia in Youth Test and One Day Internationals at Under-19 level.

He was a member of the Brisbane Heat Big Bash 2002 winning team playing in the final and also the Sydney Thunder Big Bash 2005 winning squad.

Nathan Reardon

Nathan Reardon

WMDCC Men's Assistant Coach

Nathan Reardon is the current Wynnum Manly District Cricket Club Assistant Men’s Coach and is an Australian cricketer who played for Queensland in Australian domestic cricket.

Nathan made his Twenty20 International debut for Australia against South Africa on 5 November 2014.

Prior to playing professional cricket, Nathan honed his skills in the Home Counties domestic league playing for Knebworth Park Cricket Club.

Ciara J Metcalfe

Ciara J Metcalfe

WMDCC Women's Coach

Ciara Metcalfe is the current Wynnum Manly District Cricket Club Women’s Coach, and is an Ex-Irish international cricketer who debuted for the Irish national side in June 1999.

Ciara was born in Dublin, and her One Day International (ODI) debut came at the age of 19, when she played three matches at the 1999 European Championship in Denmark.

One of Ireland’s best spinners, Metcalfe was a regular in the National team throughout the the 2000’s. In an ODI against the Netherlands at the 2007 European Championship, she took her only five-wicket haul at that level, 5/18 from 8.3 overs. Her performance set a new record for the best ODI bowling figures by an Irishwoman (beating Susan Bray’s 5/27 against Denmark in 1990). The following year, at the 2008 World Cup Qualifier, Metcalfe took eight wickets at an average of 14.25.

Metcalfe announced her retirement from international cricket in 2011, concluding her ODI career with figures of 4/27 against Sri Lanka. In 42 ODIs, she took 50 wickets at an average of 25.08. In 2015, however, Metcalfe announced that she would again be available for the national team. Her international appearances since her return have all been at Twenty20 International level, and have included a series against Australia and matches at the 2015 World Twenty20 Qualifier.

In June 2018, she was named in Ireland’s squad for the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 Qualifier tournament. During the tournament match against Uganda, she took her 100th wicket for Ireland. In October 2018, she was named in Ireland’s squad for the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20. She announced that she will retire from international cricket following the end of the tournament.

 

1 v 1 Private Coaching Sessions
Available for male and females,
with Ex-Irish International Wynnum Manly Cricket Club Coach Ciara Metcalfe on – 

• Batting skills
• Bowling skills 
• Fielding skills 
• Tactical Skills
• Video analysis/ take home feedback

Contact Ciara on 0413090518 or ciarajmetcalfe@hotmail.com to improve your skills.

Alister McDermott

WMDCC Men's Coach

Alister McDermott is the current Wynnum Manly District Cricket Club Men’s Coach and is an Australian cricketer who played for Queensland in Australian domestic cricket.

He made his Queensland List A debut on 11 October 2009 against Western Australia, and his First Class debut on 18 November 2009, in a match against the touring West Indians.

He has represented Australia in Youth Test and One Day Internationals at Under-19 level.

He was a member of the Brisbane Heat Big Bash 2002 winning team playing in the final and also the Sydney Thunder Big Bash 2005 winning squad.

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