Club founded on 4 October 1956
A successful season, with all teams competing in finals
Six senior players retire. Morrisby 555 runs for season, D. Calvert 473
Clarence young players distinguish themselves in TCA Colts. First grade misses out on finals for first time
Club's first premiership (third grade). Morrisby announces retirement.
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
Second grade premiership. Life membership to Rob Roy Jordan and Ranji Eltham.
Back-to-back premierships for second grade team
Aldridge returns to England. Premiership for third grade team
Morrisby moves from playing field to President's chair. Bellerive Oval regraded and re-turfed
Statistically, worst possible season
Vacation side wins premiership. Building fund established.
Club fielding standards improve
Brian Patterson appointed Club coach. Three teams reach Grand Finals
Premiership to second grade team. Club wins Rothmans Shield and shares Mckay-Burbury Trophy
Disappointing season - all teams fail to reach finals
Iain Burrows replaces Brian Patterson as Club coach. Third grade reaches grand final
Rain ruins finals performances
Loss of Tasman Bridge creates havoc for club
Concern at state of Bellerive Oval and need for own clubrooms, Club wins Rothmans Shield
Improvements at Bellerive Oval. Club finances cause for worry.
First grade grand final nerves - 11 catches dropped, finances improved, Club wins Rothmans Shield
Agreement in principle for building of rooms at Bellerive Oval
Incorporation of Club under Companies Act. Five members each lend the
Club $1000 so that building of clubrooms can begin
Second grade and vacation premierships
Clubrooms completed. First grade wins first ever premiership as well as knock-out cup
First grade, second grade and vacation premierships as well as K.0 Cup.
First grade premiership, Michael Tame wins TCA Medal.
Extensions to clubrooms, Gymkhana-Sports Day
First grade, third grade and vacation premierships, K.O. Cup winners; also club champions. Ian Beven wins TCA Medal
Second grade premiers, club champions. Beven wins second TCA Medal
Second and third grade premiers, club champions. Beven wins TCA Medal for third year running
First, second and third grade premiers, K.O. Cup winners
First, second, third and fourth grade premiers, club champions, Statewide Kookaburra Cup winners. Beven takes fourth TCA Medal
First grade premiers
Eighth first-grade premiership in 10 seasons. Third grade premiers
End of an era - time for re-building
Extension to clubrooms planned
All teams in finals, but no titles
First grade premiership won off last ball of grand final
Club champions and under-18 premiers
Second grade premiers. Andrew Dykes wins TCA Medal
Club champions, third grade and under-17 premiers. Mark Colegrave wins TCA Medal
Club champions. Teams in finals but without success
Concern over possible tenure at Bellerive Oval
Brian Davison returns as coach. Third grade premiers
Club champions. All teams in finals; premierships to third grade and under-17 teams
Michael Peters joins Brian Davison in coaching position. First and second grade titles, club champions
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
Four teams into finals. Second grade premiers
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
51st year used as a rebuilding phase.
First grade and under 17 both play in losing grand finals - all grades make the finals
Under 17s win premiership - First grade and 2nd grade knocked out in semis Grant Costelloe awarded 23rd Life Member of the club
Under 17s win premiership again - 2nd and 3rd grade knocked out in semis Jonathan Wells wins Ian Beven Medal again.
Under 17s win premiership again - 1st grade lose grand final Michael Dighton appointed club coach.
Premierships for 1st,2nd and 3rd grade plus Kookubarra cup Scott Kremerskothern makes successful return as playing coach.
Vacate clubrooms at Bellerive Oval. Ben Harris and Darren Smith awarded life memberships
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.
Matt Gouldstone appointed coach. Under 17s lose in grand final. First games played at Kangaroo Bay. Last season for president Tony Rice.
All teams make finals but only U17 girls win. Dan Salpietro wins Emmerson Rodwell. Peter Schofield awarded life membership. Clubrooms commence construction.