Players Named For Industry’s ‘Big Clash’ Cricket Tournament

Players Named For Industry’s ‘Big Clash’ Cricket Tournament
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With over 50 companies taking part, this year’s ‘Big Clash’ cricket tournament is set to be the biggest yet.

Now in its fourth year, the annual cricket event brings the media, marketing and advertising industry together for a fun afternoon of cricket, music and entertainment, all while aiming to raise $100,000 for young people at risk.

This year, the first game sees the Techies pitted against the Media Owners, followed by the Creatives against the Media Agencies.

The tournament kicks off this Thursday (8 February) in Sydney, followed by the final leg in Melbourne on Thursday 15 February.

UnLtd is encouraging everyone in the industry to come down on the day to cheer their team, enjoy free drinks and food and to meet some of the UnLtd charity partners for what will be a fun and highly competitive afternoon.

Here are the player lists for the respective teams:

SYDNEY

Media Owners (supporting Sydney Story Factory):

  • Rob Atkinson, ARN (captain)
  • Oliver Newton, JCDecaux
  • Sean Rigby, oOh!media
  • Anthony Bartram, Adshel
  • Jack Archdale, Nova
  • James Mielnik, MCN
  • Tristan Wyse, Val Morgan
  • Chris Norris, Val Morgan
  • Richard Brown, News Corp
  • Lee Cormack, Nine
  • James Bannerman, The Guardian
  • Dan Favaloro, Ten

Techies (supporting Backtrack):

  • Guy Burbidge, Quantcast (captain)
  • Matthew Coote, Snapchat
  • Johnny Style, Domain
  • Chris Wood and Jewel Hossain, REA Gorup
  • Ian Wheeler, Twitter
  • Michael Visser, PlayersVoice
  • Sebastian Graham, Yahoo7
  • Mike Langford, Google
  • Fiona Roberts, InMobi
  • Ben Nolan, GumGum
  • Jon Stubley, GumGum

Media Agencies (supporting Missing School):

  • Mark Jarrett, PHD (captain)
  • Nick Tanfield, OMD
  • Sean Richardson, M2M
  • Ben McCallum, MediaCom
  • Troy Mulder, Mindshare
  • Jeff Ewing, Blue 449
  • Jason Bradner, Spark Foundry
  • Stephen Wang, Zenith
  • Dom Weatherhead, Carat
  • Heath Irving, Amplifi
  • Simon Grace, UM
  • Nick Wokes, Initiative

Creatives (supporting Be Centre):

  • Russel Hopson, M&C Saatchi (captain)
  • Humphrey Taylor, The Monkeys
  • Michael Hogg, Maud
  • Dan Smith, TBWA
  • Richie Kenzie, B&T
  • Emile van Schalkwyk, Ikon
  • Vijay Solanki, IAB
  • Alex Hayes, Clear Hayes Consulting
  • Baljit Singh, Talent Rise
  • Erin Hunter, MKTG
  • Kerry McCabe, PlayersVoice
  • Patrick Whitnall, Publicis

Umpires:

  • Rosie Baker, AdNews
  • Vivienne Kelly, Mumbrella
  • Arvind Hickman, AdNews
  • Peter Kite, METS Legal

MELBOURNE

Media Owners (supporting Mirabel Foundation):

  • Tim Murphy, oOh!media (captain)
  • Bryce Crosswell, JCDecaux
  • Mike Riach, Adshel
  • Kai Battaglene, ARN
  • James Hansford, Nova
  • Ben Sumpter, MCN
  • Richard Marks, Val Morgan
  • Jarryd Gaggin, Val Morgan
  • Travis Kitching, News Corp
  • Mike Hegerty, Nine
  • Tony Bell, The Guardian

Techies (supporting Big Brother Big Sister):          

  • Andrew Knowles, Domain (captain)
  • George Wellington, Domain
  • Angus Keene, Twitter
  • Daniel O’Connor, Quantcast
  • Paul Widdis, PlayersVoice
  • Dan Kearney, Yahoo7
  • Sean McDonell, Google
  • Tiffany Damm, InMobi
  • Harley Ramien, Bonzai
  • Dan Hobbs, GumGum
  • Joe Frazer, Amnet

Media agencies (supporting Whitelion):     

  • Mark Coad, PHD (captain)
  • Nik Doble, OMD
  • Luke Hutchison, M2M
  • Willie Pang, MediaCom
  • Trevor Crook, Mindshare
  • Garth Moring, Blue 449
  • Peter Butler, Spark Foundry
  • Ashwin Govender, Carat
  • Anne-Marie Tanke, Amplifi
  • Rahul DeNoronha, UM
  • Simon Reid, Initiative

Creatives (supporting Musicians Making a Difference):

  • Navin Arunasalam, The Monkeys (captain)
  • Tomas Sabbatucci, Maud
  • Mark Jones, TBWA
  • Chris Freel, UnLtd
  • Jason Pho, Talent Rise
  • Andy Cairns, M&C Saatchi
  • Taylor Maher, MKTG
  • Wade James, oOh!media
  • Dan Howlett, oOh!media
  • John Thompson, dentsu X
  • Zeus Irani, sentsu X
  • Dominic Brook, MMAD

Umpires:

  • Nick Swift, Amplifi
  • Alex Pekish, Amplifi

EVENT DETAILS

Sydney

Date: Thursday 8 February 2018

Location: Oval 1, Sydney University, Camperdown, NSW 2006

Melbourne

Date: Thursday 15 February 2018

Location: Fawkner Park, South Yarra followed by Bells Hotel

Timings

11.30am-1pm: game 1 (Media Owners v Techies)

12.30pm-2.30pm: BBQ lunch for all players and supporters

1.30pm-3pm: game 2 (Media Agencies v Creatives)

3.30pm-5pm: grand final

5pm-9pm: food, drink, presentations, music, and charity auction

 

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