East Coast Bays Cricket Club

Dear players (past and present), administrators, coaches, supporters and volunteers of the East Coast Bays Cricket Club,

A recent email advising the pending release of an East Coast Bays Cricket Club Golden Jubilee Book refers.

April 2011 marked the 50th anniversary of the East Coast Bays Cricket Club! To celebrate this wonderful achievement, a book, covering the first 50 years of cricket at The Mighty Bays will be released. The book has in excess of 400 pages with information about the club that not many would be aware of. The book covers the club’s history over these 50 years, an overview of each season that includes match reports & results, statistics, and photos (where available).

The purpose of this communications is to remind and encourage all members to support this initiative by purchasing a copy of the book. Profit gained from the sale of this book will be reinvested back into the club.

The book will be released in two formats, a standard soft cover and a limited edition hard cover (only 150 Limited Edition copies will be made available).

The estimated price for the books are as follows, with pricing to be confirmed once final book quantities have been determined:

Soft Cover between $50 and $65 per copy

Limited Edition Hard Cover between $75 and $95

(Postage costs to overseas members will be confirmed on a case-by-case basis).

A HUGE thank you to those members / players that have already placed their orders!

Please pre-order your copy to ecbcc50@gmail.com and provide name, address, number of copies and contact details ASAP. Further details regarding payment options and payment by dates will be provided shortly.

The target date for publishing and release was mid-April 2012 but has now been delayed. New release dates will be confirmed in due course.

Your support in this initiative will be greatly appreciated and I wish to thank you all in advance. 50 years as a club is a great achievement and what a great way to celebrate and relive the club’s first fifty years!

Thanks and regards,

Derrick Bezuidenhout

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