See below for South Belgrave Cricket Club players that have gone on to play higher grade cricket from representative sides to state and national teams.
SBCC people playing higher grade cricket
One of the fastest scorers in world cricket, Glenn Maxwell has lit up the limited-overs formats and, at times, shown he can transfer that to the red ball. It is not just his power that worries opposing bowlers and captains. His ability to make unconventional shots appear routine - reverse sweeps and pulls, for example - makes it hard to set fields to cover all of his scoring areas.
Maxy affiliation started with the South Belgrave Cricket Club back in ....
Brendan Joseland's success rate in first-class cricket is incredible: two matches and two half-centuries. Despite his record, he was unable to add to his Pura Cup or ING collection last summer and at 30 has little time to lose.
Fortunately, his off-field career is solid as an engineer and church charity worker. He was handed a debut in 2003-04 and began with a 51-ball half-century against Tasmania, waiting another season for a fifty as an opener against South Australia. Joseland also bowls useful medium pacers but spends most of his time showing his skills at the Melbourne University club.
Brendan's affiliation started with the South Belgrave Cricket Club back in ....
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