Ivanhoe Cricket Club

A team known as Ivanhoe Cricket Club commenced the 1933 - 1934 season in the Mines & City Cricket Association on the 30th September opposed to the Foundry Cricket Club at the Foundry Ground. On Thursday the 2nd of November 1933 an article appeared in the Kalgoorlie Miner which published results of a game between South Kalgurli Cricket Club & Ivanhoe CC, the ladder positions also were published & listed the Lake View & Star Cricket Club however the Ivanhoe CC was not listed on this ladder. 
By Saturday the 11th of November the results of a match that had occurred the prior Saturday (4th of November 1933) between Foundry CC & Lake View & Star CC were published & the team members who had been representing Ivanhoe CC previously were all now representing the Lake View & Star CC. Ladder results from this point on listed all games played & points won for the entire season as credited / attributed to the Lake View & Star CC. The precise reason for the name change partway through the season is not at present known although it is known that the Lake View & Star Gold Mining company owned the Ivanhoe Gold Mine that the team was representing & were also meeting all of the financial commitments of the club from this time through to the end of the 2nd World War. 


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