We have had a great response from members to the option of purchasing liquor from the Club during lockdown level 3. We thank members for the support during what has been a trying time for the Club and its operations.

We will continue to offer this service to members, for as long as it is allowed under prevailing legislation.
Members can walk in and purchase from the bar between Monday – Thursday, 09h00 – 17h00.  You can also order online and have your order ready for collection. Online orders are to be submitted by 14h00 for next day collection.

Online order are as follows:

  1. Complete the order form, by following this link WPCC LIQUOR ORDER FORM
  2. Send the order form through to Bradley Seconds at
  3. If you wish, pay for your order by EFT in to the WPCC Club account, which is:

WPCC / Western Province Cricket Club
First National Bank
Claremont (200109)
Acc: 5015 2662 331
Ref: ALC-{your membership number}

Lock-down as ordered by President Cyril Ramaphosa


Dear Member,


On the 23rd of March 2020, President Cyril Ramaphosa ordered a 21-day lock-down of South Africa from midnight on Thursday the 26th of March, in order to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus. This lock-down impacts the entire South Africa, and extends to everything other than the most basic of necessities. This includes the closing of bars and pubs, clubs and public open spaces. WPCC will naturally abide by this instruction.

From 6pm on Thursday the 26th of March, the Club will lock down for 21 days, and will not be accessible to anyone, including members, guests, staff and the general public. All Club facilities will be locked down, including all buildings (the Sports Centre, the Bowls Clubhouse, the Tennis Clubhouse, the ETA building, the Gym and the Members’ Pavilion at Newlands), as well as all sporting facilities (the tennis courts, the bowls greens, the hockey astros, the outdoor cricket nets and the cricket fields). There will be no access to the property through the booms both from the Avenue de Mist entrance and the Laidlaw Lane entrance. Our security company, SOG, who will remain on site, have been asked to police these restrictions, and have been instructed to assist with removing anyone from our premises after 6pm on the 26th of March. We ask for our members co-operation, and not to put SOG in an invidious position. We ask you to respect and adhere to
these instructions from the President for the good of all.

This remains a very difficult time for our country, all our members, and the Club itself. We trust that this 21-day lockdown period will help to break the back of this pandemic, and the Club is committed to doing its bit to reach this goal. We can then hopefully look forward to a brighter future for all, and a return to some form of normality.

We shall keep you informed as and when we receive any updates or relaxation of these regulations. In the interim, stay safe.

Yours Sincerely


Club Chairman



Dear Member, 



On the 18th of March 2020, the Minister of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, gazetted regulations in terms of Section 27(2) of the Disaster Management Act of 2002, in order to put further steps in place to combat COVID-19. These regulations are to be implemented with immediate effect, and directly impact on many business and institutions, including clubs like WPCC. The new regulations that directly impact WPCC are, per Paragraph 8 of the gazetted Regulations:



Dear Member,


As you will be aware, President Ramaphosa declared a State of Disaster on Sunday the 15th of March 2020. It is required of the Club to comply with this declaration, and we must do our part in ensuring we reduce the possibility of the spread of COVID-19.
Click here to read further…


In 2020, for the first time in 5 years the SASFIN Cape Town Sixes will have a change of venue. We are very excited to announce that Western Province Cricket Club (WPCC), in Avenue De Mist, Rondebosch, which is nestled under the mountain and almost a stones throw away from Newlands Cricket Stadium will be the host of the 5th annual SASFIN Cape Town Sixes. WPCC will undoubtedly be adding an enormous amount of value and is arguably one of the best sport facilities in the country. This festival takes place 14th, 15th and 16th February 2020.

The festival has more than doubled in size going from 40 teams in 2016 to over 100 teams booked for 2020. Cape Town’s most loved sporting and lifestyle festival continues to gain in popularity and this year’s is certainly not to be missed.

For more information visit their website:


WPCC will this year host their 2nd Wine Festival. Set on the Wally Wilson oval, we cannot ask for a better view and setting for a day out with fellow members,  family and friends. Add to that 28 wine farms, craft beer, gin, ciders and brandy
tasting, live music and food trucks, it will be a great day out for all.

The confirmed wine farms are:

Boekenhoutskloof (Porcupine, Wolftrap, Vinologist), Bon Courage, Edgebaston, Groot Constantia, Kleine
Zalze, Leeuwenkuil, Reyneke Organic, Spier, De Grendel, Ken Forrester, Ernie Els, Leopards Leap, Haute
Cabriere, Boschkloof, Du Toitskloof, Remhoogte, Zevenwacht, Elgin, Anura, Groote Post, Rickety Bridge,
Mont Du Toit, J.C Le Roux and Durbanville Hills.

VENUE: Wally Wilson Oval, WPCC Sports Centre
TIME: 12h00-17h00
TICKET PRICE: Members R150/Guests R200

Tickets are available at the Sports Centre reception and on My Club Account for both members and guests



We wish all members a safe and fun filled Festive Season.

Please note our office hours during the Festive Season:

13 December: Admin Office closes at 12h30
24 December: Club closes at 18h00
25 December: CLUB CLOSED
26 December: Club closes at 18h00
31 December: Club closes at 18h00
1 January: CLUB CLOSED

Please note that the gym will be closed from 20 December and will re-open on 13 January 2020.  This is to allow for refurbishment of equipment and the gym in general. We look forward to a fresh start in the gym for 2020. 

Please note the restaurant will run last service on Friday 20 December, after which they will be closed for the Festive Season.  The kitchen will re-open on Tuesday 7 January 2020. 

For those who are around, please feel free to visit us for the Last Man Stands cricket tournament from Monday 16 to Friday 20 December, as well as the Growthpoint Super 8 Tennis Tournament from 17 – 22 December 2019. 
We thank our members for a fun filled year on the sports field and at the bar and look forward to a promising year ahead.

Notice of the 155th AGM


Dear Member


Notice is, hereby, given that the 155th Annual General Meeting will be held in the Bowls Clubhouse at WPCC , Avenue de Mist, Rondebosch, on Thursday, 22 August 2019 at 18h00.



  1. Welcome.
  2. Apologies.
  3. Obituaries.
  4. Confirmation of minutes of the 154th Annual General meeting held on Thursday, 23 August 2018
  5. Matters arising there from.
  6. To receive and consider the Executive Committee’s Reports and the Financial Statements for the year ended 31 May 2019.
          6.1 Committee Report.
          6.2 Finance Report
          6.3 Club Captain Report
  7. To consider and if thought fit, to pass any notice of motion of which due notice has been correctly lodged in            writing with the Club Manager not less than fourteen (14) days prior to the meeting.
  8. To elect the Honorary Club President and Vice-Presidents who shall be recommended by the Committee.
  9. To elect a Club Captain. The retiring Club Captain is Chris Boyes.
  10. To elect five (5) Executive Committee members. Members of the retiring committee are:
              Duncan de Groot:  Chairman; 
              Shaun Fisher:  Vice-Chairman and Finance;
    Bruce Cruickshank:  Membership; 
              Lenore Fuller:  Grounds and Maintenance; 
              Scott Fraser:  Events and Marketing
  11. General

Members wishing to nominate candidates for election as one of the members of the Committee or as the Club Captain are reminded that, in terms of clause 34 of the Constitution, each nomination must be supported by a written proposal signed by at least five (5) members entitled to a voice and vote in the management of the Club.  Such written consent of the candidate hereto must be lodged with the Club Manager no later than 6:00pm on 15 August 2019.  Proposal forms are available from the Club Manager.

Minutes of the 154th Annual General Meeting held on 23 August 2018 will not be read out at the meeting, but are available for scrutiny by members on the Club notice boards and on the Club website from the date of this notice.

In terms of the Constitution, any person who has not renewed their subscription will not be allowed to participate in or vote at the Annual General Meeting. 

Duncan de Groot

Club Chairman

Please CLICK HERE to view the Minutes of the 154th AGM
Please CLICK HERE to view the 2018-2019 Annual Report




WPCC Bowls Ladies Day Fun Open Competition

Join the Bowls Section on Friday 9 August for a fun morning of bowls from 9.15am – 12.30pm.  All WPCC sporting section members are encouraged to enter as an individual or a team.  Club bowlers, other sporting members, non-members, family and friends are ALL welcome to enter.

  • Format is mixed team trips
  • Dress: Wear something pink, casual flat shoes
  • 2 games of 10 ends
  • A lady to skip each end
  • Bring and braai after bowls
  • Enter as an individual or a team (R90/team or R30pp)
  • Please enter your team on the list on the bowls notice board or call Gavin on 021 6573325 or Carol on 0840489668 by Monday 5 August.
  • Entries are limited to 72 players (24 teams)


Western Province Cricket Club is inviting appropriately qualified and experienced individuals to apply for the above position. In this role, the successful candidate will need to balance the traditions, protocols and etiquette of the Club with the thinking and practice surrounding modern-day coaching and player development. Reporting to the Cricket chairman and the cricket committee, the successful applicant shall at all times conduct his/her duties in line with the objectives of the Cricket Section; that is to administer, organise, control, promote and foster the playing of cricket for the benefit of WPCC members. This position will initially be a 7-month coaching contract (September 2019 –March 2020), but it is envisaged that it will develop, over time, into a full-time DIRECTOR OF CRICKET position.


  • Minimum Level 3 CSA coaching qualification.
  • A proven track record of more than 5 years of coaching, including experience of coaching a premier league club as well as elite players on an individual basis.
  • Strong communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Computer literacy.
  • Driver’s licence and own car.


  • Senior Coaching: As per the requirements determined by the Committee from time to time.
  • Junior coaching: Annual assessment of Junior section coaching needs based on numbers/finances and the recommendation of a suitable program to Committee.
  • Discipline: To promote cricketing etiquette and appropriate behaviour both on and off the cricket field –including dress, language, alcohol and all relevant issues.
  • Selection: Detailed input into weekly selection meetings. Written and timely notification of teams.
  • Administration: Registration of all players, submission of match cards, membership checks and all functions of the match secretary.
  • Player reviews: Both pre-season and post-season written reviews of each 1st XI player’s potential and performance.
  • Season review: Annual written review, including playing and budgetary performance –and planning for the following season.
  • Grounds: Weekly written report on pitches, outfields, outdoor nets.
  • Equipment: Monitoring and control of all indoor and outdoor equipment.Purchasing recommendations.
  • Attendance: At all Section meetings, functions, fund-raisers, as well as WPCA General Council meetings and WPCA coaches’ meetings.
  • Communication: Fixtures, results, scores and news into Club newsletter and website/social media.
  • Coaching Review: Full analysis and review of the current coaching structures with implementation of improvements where necessary.

Longer Term Strategies:

  • Recruitment: Grow the player base and membership income, including active engagement with schools.
  • Indoor Centre: Develop an in-house coaching program which benefits both the Club and individual Club members.
  • Commercial: In time, turn the Section into a sustainable business entity within the greater Club structure.

Targeted Outcomes:

  • Provide high class coaching services with detailed analysis, comprehensive reporting and individual improvement programmes.
  • Identify, develop and mentor high-calibre players capable of playing first class cricket.
  • Establish a colt’s programme for promising youngsters and schedule development games against schools and other youth structures.
  • Increase the number of players who experience ‘personal success’ through improved technical, tactical and mental skills.
  • Improve the performance of all WPCC representative teams.
  • Create an environment where players choose to play at WPCC and enjoy it.

Please email: A concise cv and a 1 page brief detailing how you would approach the challenges of the position, to and

Remuneration: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Closing date: Close of business on Tuesday, 25 June 2019.

Please note: If you have not received feedback within 14 days of the closing date, you may deem your application to be unsuccessful. Western Province CC reserves the right not to fill this position.