At a meeting last week the Footballers Cricket club was re-formed and the following office-bearers were re-elected: President, Mr. F. Thomson; vice-president, Mr. Manchester; Secretary, Mr. Ray Coller; treasurer, Mr. J. Upton; delegates, Messrs K. Bradford and J. Upton; patrons Messrs W. H. Everard, H. A. Davies and Geo. Robertson.
Queenstown vs Kinglake
On Sunday next [March 22, 1936] the women’s cricket team, the Raymonds will play Kinglake on the home ground. Afternoon tea will be provided by the Ladies’ committee of the Kinglake Cricket Club.
A skull and some bones were found in a deep gully about five miles from Kinglake on Sunday. From fragments of clothing and an ornamental medal found near the bones it is believed that the remains are those of A. J. Law, aged about 45 years, of West Coburg, who wandered from a sustenance camp at Queenstown in September.