Representative Cricket on the Gold Coast

2016/17 Representative Hawks

Wonderful achievements by our Junior and Senior Hawks. Great to see the talent coming through the system.

Jack Lickiss – Gold Coast U21 (c), Queensland Country U21

Jack Baird – Gold Coast U21

Kaleb Day – Gold Coast U21

Shawn Riddell – Gold Coast U21

Ryan Maloney – Schaefer Shield

Jamie Weston – Gold Coast T20

Luke Gavenlock – Gold Coast U16

Darcy Riley – Gold Coast U13

Kyle McNamara – Gold Coast U13

Cody Reynolds – Gold Coast U12

2015/16 Representative Hawks

Great Season for the Hawks! Showing the talent that is coming through the ranks.

Jamie Weston– Gold Coast T20 and Schaefer Shield

Jack Baird – Schaefer Shield, Gold Coast U19 and South QLD U19

Jack Lickiss – Gold Coast U19, South QLD U19 and QLD Country U19

Shawn Riddell – Gold Coast U21

Kaleb Day – Gold Coast U21

Jackson Clarke – Gold Coast U21

Liam Sherriff – South Coast U19

Jack Clarey – South Coast U19

Luke Gavenlock – South Coast U15, Gold Coast U15

Darcy Riley – Gold Coast U12

2014/15 Representative Hawks

Congratulations to the following Hawks on their selection in various representative cricket teams in the 2014/15 season:


Ryan Maloney – Gold Coast Webb Shield and South East Queensland

Amila Weththasinghe – Gold Coast Webb Shield

Jamie Weston – Gold Coast Webb Shield

Rhys Coombe – Gold Coast U21 Plunkett Cup

Jackson Clarke – Gold Coast U21 Plunkett Cup


Jack Baird – Gold Coast U21 Plunkett Cup, South Coast U19 and South East Queensland U17

Shawn Ridell – South East Queensland U17

Luke Gavenlock – South East Queensland U14


2013/14 Representative Hawks

Our 2013/14 season was again a successful one for our representative players.  Our congratulations go to the following players:


Jamie Weston – Gold Coast Webb Shield (Premiers)

Brad Carter – Gold Coast Plunkett Cup U21

Ryan Maloney  Gold Coast Plunkett Cup U21

Rhys Coombe – Gold Coast Plunkett Cup U21

Andy Keay – Gold Coast Plunkett Cup U21


Kaleb Day –  Gold Coast Dolphins CC Taverners (Premiers), Cricket Gold Coast U16, South Coast 19yrs

Jack Baird – Gold Coast Dolphins CC Taverners (Premiers), Cricket Gold Coast U16

Zach Hollis – South Coast 12yrs


2012/13 Representative Hawks

Congratulations to the following players who earned representative cricket selection in the 2012/13 season:

Jack Baird – U15A State Carnival, 15yrs Schoolboys State Carnival, U16 Shane Watson Cup
Shawn Riddell
– U15B Carnival & Ray Weir Cup
Jackson Clarke
– U16 Shane Watson Cup
Nick Petrich
– U16 Shane Watson Cup

Ryan Maloney – U21 Plunkett Cup
Danny Edwards
– U21 Plunkett Cup (* awarded Player of the Year *)
Rhys Coombe
– U21 Plunkett Cup
Brad Carter
– U21 Plunkett Cup
Ben Harris
– U21 Plunkett Cup

2011/12 Representative Hawks

Helensvale Pacific Pines Cricket Club supports its junior representative players.

The junior cricket program revitalised by the club ahead of the 2008/09 season has proven so successful that it has already produced three representative players for the 2011/12 season. Our congratulations go to the following players:

Jack Baird has been selected in the U14 age group as an opening batsman and part-time leg spin bowler.  Jack’s State Carnival is being held in Mackay from December 12 to 16, 2011.

Shawn Riddell has been selected in the U14 Development Carnival being held on the Sunshine Coast from January 2 to 6, 2012 as a left-arm swing bowler and hard hitting lower-order batsman.

Rhys Coombe will represent the Gold Coast at the U16 State Carnival at Brisbane Grammar School’s playing fields from December 12 to 16, 2011.  Rhys has been selected as a top order batsmen and off-spin bowler.

Well done boys! In a show of financial support to them, the club has put in place a number of initiatives to assist the boys with their participation costs of roughly $1000.  With the support of Options Tavern at Westfield Helensvale, raffles are being run on Saturday afternoons, and on Saturday evenings the boys themselves will be cooking up sausages on the clubhouse barbecue for a gold coin donation. The club will also be taking donations and, if all goes well with other raffles at Saltwater Creek, will be using some of the money from that to help get the boys to their representative games.

The Hawks are always looking to encourage cricketers to explore higher-level opportunities and will do what we can to help them get there.