The men below have all featured in at least 300 games for the ACC. In most cases, this equates to over 20 years of dedication to the club.
Statistics are correct to the end of the 18/19 season
#1 - Robert Pulley
Robert "Don" Pulley was the first ACC player to reach 300 games and went on to reach 400 games for the ACC in 2016/17. A life member of the ACC and a multiple record holder (Games, Wickets and Catches) Don is a legend at the ACC.
To see a more detailed breakdown of his stellar ACC career, click HERE
#2 - Andrew Sproul
"Sprouly" has been a huge part of the club for many years and was the 2nd player to reach 300 games for the ACC, reaching the mark back in 2009/10. An all-rounder whose off-spin bamboozled opponents for decades and a tenacious batsman who valued his wicket, Sprouly always left it all on the field. A life member, ex-President, Vice-President, Committee Member and Captain of multiple sides
Runs - 3714 HS - 62 Av - 12.38
Wickets - 113 BBI - 4/15 Av - 24.06 Catches - 123
#3 - Brett Mcgregor
"Snake" was the 3rd man to reach the 300 game milestone for the ACC, playing his 300th game in 2009/10 just after Andrew Sproul. A tenacious bowler who could wield a bat, Snake was always the kind of bloke you'd want on your side. Life Member #9, ex-President and multiple award winner, Snake will go down as one of the hardest players of the game at the ACC.
Runs - 3260 HS - 84* Av - 14.17
Wickets - 436 BBI - 7/43 Av - 17.30 Catches - 92
#5 - Burt Baetsen
Burt was the 6th man to reach the 300 game milestone for the ACC, playing his 300th game in 2015/16. Bert was a fast bowler back in the day , debuting in 1979/80 and turned himself into a dogged off-spin bowler in the later years. He held the ACC record for most wickets and still sits 3rd on the list. Burt is Life Member #15, ex-President and long time committee member, Berts contribution on and off-field has been outstanding for many years.
Runs - 2466 HS - 81 Av - 12.15
Wickets - 557 BBI - 6/12 Av - 16.34 Catches - 123
#4 - Doug Stirling
"Shooter" was the 4th man to reach the 300 game milestone for the ACC, playing his 300th game in 2013/14. A part time off-spinner and a talented run-accumulator, Shooter currently sits 2nd in the all time run-scorers list for the ACC. Life Member #14, ex-Secretary and Treasure and multiple award winner, Shooter is still playing one-day cricket and is well poised to be the 2nd man to play 400 games for the ACC.
Runs - 7517 HS - 130* Av - 21.54
Wickets - 77 BBI - 4/17 Av - 31.57 Catches - 118
#6 - Angus Castley
Gus was the 5th man to reach the 300 game milestone for the ACC, playing his 300th game in 2016/17. An outswing bowler and a classy batsman with a great cut shot, Gus has had many a successful season at the ACC. Life Member #16, Vice-President on multiple occasions and a captain for 9 seasons since joining the club, Gus has given so much to the club in his long career at the ACC.
Runs - 7199 HS - 114* Av - 22.64
Wickets - 139 BBI - 5/12 Av - 18.74 Catches - 137
#7 - Kenn MacPherson
"Kenny Mac" was the 7th man to reach the 300 game milestone for the ACC, playing his 300th game in 2017/18. A tenacious bowler who could keep out bowling attacks with the bat for hours. A hard working cricketer who captained the 4th XI in 96/97, Kenny is loved by the whole ACC family and a great man to have alongside you during any game
Runs - 3335 HS - 62 Av - 15.16
Wickets - 261 BBI - 5/14 Av - 21.97 Catches -135
#8 - Matthew Campbell
Matt was the 8th and most recent man to reach the 300 game milestone for the ACC, playing his 300th game in 2017/18. A destructive opening batsman and occasional bowler, Matty has flourished in the One Day competition in recent years. With plenty of cricket still left in Matty, we can see many more games in his future and potentially becoming a 400 Gamer.
Runs - 6024 HS - 140 Av - 19.12
Wickets - 51 BBI - 4/27 Av - 31.92 Catches - 133