Sandgate-Redcliffe District Cricket Club

The Sandgate-Redcliffe District Cricket Club is a cricket club in Sandgate and Redcliffe, Queensland, Australia. They play in the Queensland Premier Cricket competition. They were founded in 1961.

Nickname(s)The Gators
LeagueQueensland Premier Cricket
CaptainMitch Swepson (Men's)

Adrian Lascu (Men's)

Tess Cooper (Women's)
CoachJustin Sternes (Men's T20 and 1-day Coach)

Brad Powell (Men's 2-day Coach)

Tony Dudgeon (Women's T20)

Nathan Maddox (Women's 1-day Coach)

Kasee Marxsen (Women's Assistant Coach)
Team information
Home groundTrevor Hohns Oval (Deagon Recreation Reserve)
2-Day (Mens 1st Grade) wins5
1-Day (Mens 1st Grade) wins6
T20 (Mens 1st Grade) wins3
T20 (Womens 1st Grade) wins1
Official websiteSandgate-Redcliffe District Cricket Club

The Gators are most known for their three-peat of two-day premierships in the 1997/98, 1998/99 and 1999/00 seasons. This period of two-day cricket dominance continued at the start of the new millennium with a further two premierships coming in 2001/02 and 2003/04.

Sandgate created Queensland Premier Cricket history by becoming the first Men's First Grade team to win three successive Twenty20 titles in 2015/16, 2016/17 and 2017/18.

Most recently the Gators are known for their Women's First-grade T20Max premiership in the 2023/2024 Season and their third-grade One-day premiership in the 2022/2023 season.

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