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22-October-2014
22-October-2014

Photographs supplied by Peter F Williams
The Booth Saunders Pavilion was constructed in recognition of the contribution to cricket by Brian Booth MBE and Warren Saunders OAM. A plaque unveiled in 1999 commemorates the construction of the pavilion. 

Brian Booth and Warren Saunders are former cricketers who are club patron and former presidents of St George Cricket Club whose home ground is Hurstville Oval.  Brian Booth captained Australia while Warren Booth captained New South Wales during their cricketing career. 

Location

Address:Dora Street, Hurstville Oval, Hurstville, 2220
State:NSW
Area:AUS
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -33.961767
Long: 151.098747
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Details

Monument Type:Structure
Monument Theme:People
Sub-Theme:Sport

Dedication

Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 4th September, 1999
Front Inscription
         Hurstville City Council 

This plaque was unveiled by His Worship the Mayor of Hurstville, 
Clr M O Frawley, on 4th September 1999
     to commemorate the construction of the 
           "Booth-Saunders" Pavilion
in recognition of the contribution to the game of cricket 
by Brian Booth MBE and Warren Saunders OAM.

    Council acknowledges grants from the 
       St George District Cricket Club 
         and NSW Sport & Recreation 
            towards the project cost. 
Clr M O Frawley JP              H E J Wallace FIMM, AIMM
Mayor                                     General Manager 
HURSTVILLE WARD   PENSHURST WARD   PEAKHURST WARD
(Names)                           (Names)                         (Names) 


 
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