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Rest In Peace to the following former Mordialloc players and members:


The club is saddened by the loss of past player & member Kevin Cahill. Kevin represented MCC over 2 stints – 1962/63/1964/65 & 1979/80/1987/88.


Kevin was an opening bowler & handy lower-order bat. He made over 1000 runs with the bat & took 250 wickets.


He represented MCC across all grades over his career, playing in 3 GF’S winning 2 – 2nds in 1963/64 & the 4ths in 1980/81 which he captained. In 1983/84 he was Runners up in the 5th X1.


After retiring from senior cricket, he took great joy in supporting both his boys Darren & Scott who represented MCC in the 1st Turf.


Best bowling figures:

1963/64 – 5/48 1st XI

1979/80 – 6/24 5th XI

1982/83 – 5/35 & 7/62 4th XI

1983/84 – 5/37 5th XI

1984/85 – 5/30 5TH XI Captain & Bowling Ave winner

1986/87 – 5/47 5th XI

1987/88 – 7/26 4th XI


The club would like to extend its sincere condolences & deepest sympathies to the Cahill family, Joan, Darren, Kerrie & Scott.

Kevin Cahill 6/3/1937 - 22/8/2021



Ray McGinty was an opening batsman and left-arm slow bowler in our premiership team in 1962.


Ray was the local barber and played with Mordi for about 10 years. A very popular member of our club who was like our Facebook page before social media, the barber shop was the hub of local news.


Ray moved out of town but always kept in touch with his old teammates in later years.

He played approximately 100 games, scored over 1500 runs and captured 60 wickets. 

Ray's Achievements at Mordialloc: 


1st XI - 1961/62 - 6/34, 5/27 & 5/43

           1962/63 – 52, 6/26 incl Hat Trick & 5/29, Runners up

            1963/64 – Premiers


2nd XI - 1966/67 - Runners up


3rd XI - 1970/71 - 100 n.o. v Noble Park


Rest in Peace Ray | 25/8/1933 - 6/8/2021

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Sheila’s involvement with Mordi CC commenced in 1974/75 when her twin sons, Les (deceased) & Colin began their cricket careers in the U14s. In 76/77 the U16s won the Premiership with Les as Captain and Colin also a Premiership player.


With the boys finishing their Junior Careers, season 77/78 saw Sheila join the Committee where she became a tireless worker over the next 15 seasons. It was this season when the MCC decided to run Bingo, with Sheila being a very active member of all things Bingo.

Bingo lasted for 15 seasons and was an excellent Revenue raiser for the Club with Subs being relaxed for a couple of seasons at one stage. Along with Bingo, Sheila was a very proactive Committee person over the next 15 years.

She, along with a few other Ladies would contribute to the thirsty and hungry cricketers on Thursday evenings after training & Saturdays for most of the day at Ben Kav for the 1’s & 2’s. Cooking on both these nights along with preparing afternoon teas and cleaning up after the messy cricketers was a job on its own.


Long days in the canteen, especially on Saturdays. She was also Vice President for a season and Social Secretary for numerous seasons along with being on Social Committees which ran 4 or 5 Social events per season.


                                             A very worthy and proud Life Member.                                                                                                                                                                                          



 Kevin came to Mordialloc from Beaumaris in season 1978/79 as a left-arm opening bowler and a hard-hitting, lower-order batsman.

Unfortunately, he only played two seasons at Mordialloc before returning to his beloved Beaumaris Sharks where he proved to be one of the best cricketers to play for Beaumaris in their history. He also played for Richmond in District cricket in the early 70s.

In his 2 Seasons at Mordialloc, he collected three 1st XI Bowling Averages (2 for the Club and one for the competition – Federal District Cricket Association).

He also represented the Federal against the City of Moorabbin Cricket Association in his first season, taking 4/43 with the Federal winning by 2 runs.

It was in 1979/80 where Kevin was an integral part of Mordialloc’s inaugural 1st Turf Premiership after 14 Seasons of playing Turf cricket.


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