Originally formed as Williamstown Rainbows in 1926, Williamstown Imperials Cricket Club are one of the oldest established clubs in the area. We are currently working on the compilation of the full history, which will focus on the formative years leading up to the first flag, the glorious record breaking teams of the late 1950's and early 1960's as well as honouring the achievements of the club legends from all eras that have emerged over this time.
Eddie Marr Trophy Winners First Eleven 2000-01 Glen Robson 2001-02 Simon Granger 2002-03 Adam Vincent 2003-04 Adam Vincent 2004-05 Glen Robson 2005-06 Glen Robson 2006-07 Glen Robson 2007-08 Glen Robson 2008-09 Glen Robson 2009-10 Glen Robson 2010-11 Glen Robson 2011-12 Owen Alsop 2012-13 Glen Robson 2013-14 Glen Robson 2014-15 Glen Robson 2015-16 Lee Elmore 2016-17 # Peter Herrick # Denotes Premiership Year
Kellett Family Medal Second Eleven 2008-09 Duncan Benn 2009-10 Paul O'Keefe 2010-11 Ryan Bonnici 2011-12 Mick Skinner 2012-13 Mick Skinner 2013-14 Luke Hudson 2014-15 Daniel Slattery 2015-16 Mick Skinner 2015-17 Brenton Fletcher
Alan Bunnett Award Third Eleven 2016/17 Tristan Pearce
My first game with the Imps was in 1948 and my last was in 1969 before moving to Perth. During my 20 years, I played in ten premiership sides and played upwards of 250 games. My bowling highlight was in 1964 against Altona in a semi final when my 9 for 27 included 2 separate hat tricks. It was Altona's last game in our competition before moving to Sub-District the next year. Don Orr - Leading Wicket taker.