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Dart hits role in Japan

Dart hits role in Japan

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Red Hill Cricket Club has sadly announced that Simon Dart will move on to a head new coaching role in Japan shortly, A state-contracted player in 2005-06, Dart’s brilliant club form of 1098 runs for Hawthorn-Monash University won him the 2004-05 Jack Ryder Medal, but he was unable to transfer his returns into a first-team promotion. The 42 year old will move shortly to the new role. It was reported on the 2nd September (according to the “The Sun/Herald”) that a contract extension had been signed.

RPPFM Sports will continue chatting to MPCA Presidents at 10.00 Saturday. This week Dale Irving and Kyle Wilson: Baxter and Boneo.

Quoting from The Red Hill CC facebook page

“”Possum” has been outstanding in his time as Captain-Coach, scoring 5598 runs from his 131 matches @ 59.55, with 13 centuries & 38 half-centuries, taking 147 wickets @ 15.07, and taking fielding standards to a new level.Simon’s commitment & dedication to nurturing & developing the young players within our group, and his determination to get our club into Provincial cricket have been inspiring. Simon personifies the beliefs & culture of the RHCC and has set the bar high for our club going forward.”

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