Season     

Event                                                                                                              

1956-57

Club founded on 4 October 1956

1957-58

A successful season, with all teams competing in finals

1958-59

Six senior players retire. Morrisby 555 runs for season, D. Calvert 473 

1959-60

Clarence young players distinguish themselves in TCA Colts. First grade misses out on finals for first time 

1960-61

Club's first premiership (third grade). Morrisby announces retirement. 

1961-62

John Aldridge joins Clarence from England. Royce Smith scores club's first first-grade century at Bellerive Oval. Morrisby makes a comeback. Vacation team wins premiership

1962-63

Second grade premiership. Life membership to Rob Roy Jordan and Ranji Eltham.

1963-64

Back-to-back premierships for second grade team

1964-65

Aldridge returns to England. Premiership for third grade team 

1965-66

Morrisby moves from playing field to President's chair. Bellerive Oval regraded and re-turfed

1966-67

Statistically, worst possible season 

1967-68

Vacation side wins premiership. Building fund established. 

1968-69

Club fielding standards improve 

1969-70

Brian Patterson appointed Club coach. Three teams reach Grand Finals 

1970-71

Premiership to second grade team. Club wins Rothmans Shield and shares Mckay-Burbury Trophy 

1971-72

Disappointing season - all teams fail to reach finals 

1972-73

Iain Burrows replaces Brian Patterson as Club coach. Third grade reaches grand final 

1973-74

Rain ruins finals performances 

1974-75

Loss of Tasman Bridge creates havoc for club 

1975-76

Concern at state of Bellerive Oval and need for own clubrooms, Club wins Rothmans Shield 

1976-77

Improvements at Bellerive Oval. Club finances cause for worry. 

1977-78

First grade grand final nerves - 11 catches dropped, finances improved, Club wins Rothmans Shield 

1978-79

Agreement in principle for building of rooms at Bellerive Oval 

1979-80

Incorporation of Club under Companies Act. Five members each lend the
Club $1000 so that building of clubrooms can begin 

1980-81

Second grade and vacation premierships 

1981-82

Clubrooms completed. First grade wins first ever premiership as well as knock-out cup 

1982-83

First grade, second grade and vacation premierships as well as K.0 Cup. 

1983-84

First grade premiership, Michael Tame wins TCA Medal.
Extensions to clubrooms, Gymkhana-Sports Day 

1984-85

First grade, third grade and vacation premierships, K.O. Cup winners; also club champions. Ian Beven wins TCA Medal 

1985-86

Second grade premiers, club champions. Beven wins second TCA Medal 

1986-87

Second and third grade premiers, club champions. Beven wins TCA Medal for third year running 

1987-88

First, second and third grade premiers, K.O. Cup winners 

1988-89

First, second, third and fourth grade premiers, club champions, Statewide Kookaburra Cup winners. Beven takes fourth TCA Medal 

1989-90

First grade premiers 

1990-91

Eighth first-grade premiership in 10 seasons. Third grade premiers 

1991-92

End of an era - time for re-building 

1992-93

Extension to clubrooms planned 

1993-94

All teams in finals, but no titles 

1994-95

First grade premiership won off last ball of grand final 

1995-96

Club champions and under-18 premiers

1996-97

Second grade premiers. Andrew Dykes wins TCA Medal 

1997-98

Club champions, third grade and under-17 premiers. Mark Colegrave wins TCA Medal 

1998-99

Club champions. Teams in finals but without success 

1999-00

Concern over possible tenure at Bellerive Oval 

2000-01

Brian Davison returns as coach. Third grade premiers 

2001-02

Club champions. All teams in finals; premierships to third grade and under-17 teams 

2002-03

Michael Peters joins Brian Davison in coaching position. First and second grade titles, club champions 

2003-04

First and second grade premiers. Mark Colegrave wins second TCA Medal. Shannon Tubb makes TCA record score of 342 in semi-final. Club enters teams in the STCL 

2004-05

Four teams into finals. Second grade premiers 

2005-06

Club secures second grade and under-17 premierships to bring the total TCA pennants for the first 50 years to 77. CDCC ties for Club Championship 

2006-07

51st year used as a rebuilding phase. 

2007-08

First grade and under 17 both play in losing grand finals - all grades make the finals 

2008-09

Under 17s win premiership - First grade and 2nd grade knocked out in semis Grant Costelloe awarded 23rd Life Member of the club 

2009-10

Under 17s win premiership again - 2nd and 3rd grade knocked out in semis Jonathan Wells wins Ian Beven Medal again. 

2010-11

Under 17s win premiership again - 1st grade lose grand final Michael Dighton appointed club coach. 

2011-12

Premierships for 1st,2nd and 3rd grade plus Kookubarra cup Scott Kremerskothern makes successful return as playing coach. 

2012-13

Vacate clubrooms at Bellerive Oval. Ben Harris and Darren Smith awarded life memberships

2013-14 

Under 17 premiership. First grade lost semi final despite finishing on top. Also runners up in Kookaburra Cup and T20. Pitches at Kangaroo Bay have been laid.

2014-15 

Matt Gouldstone appointed coach. Under 17s lose in grand final. First games played at Kangaroo Bay. Last season for president Tony Rice. 

2015-16

All teams make finals but only U17 girls win. Dan Salpietro wins Emmerson Rodwell. Peter Schofield awarded life membership. Clubrooms commence construction.