Jason Thompson takes over from Steve Mayne as Head Coach.
With injuries to key players, 1st grade only managed to win two matches for the season. Mike Grzinic was a worthy winner of both The Butcher Trophy & The Rigg Medal.
Second grade just missed qualifying for the finals. Both the Third & Fourth Grade teams led by Nick Herbert & Alan Tyler respectively qualified for the grand final.
Third Grade were defeated by Claremont-Nedlands whilst Fourth Grade were victorious against Joondalup. This game also saw the graceful retirement of club stalwart Jed Wilkinson.
The 2014/15 season saw a vast improvement on the previous season with all senior teams qualifying for finals & the club just missing out on winning the Club Championship by a measly 4 points.
The Fourth Grade Team led by Alan Tyler successfully defeated Bayswater-Morley to win back to back titles.
The season also saw
Josh Nicholas picked in a WA Futures League match
Liam Guthrie picked to represent WA in the National Under 19s Carnival
Adam Disisto picked to represent WA in the national Under 17s Carnival
Josh Nicholas took out The Butcher Trophy.
The club finished second in the Club Championship for the second year in a row.
The season also saw Josh Nicholas & Jonathan Wells make their Sheffield Shield debuts for the Western Warriors, although Jonathan had previously played for Tasmania. Ryan Duffield represented Western Australia in the Futures League.
Liam Guthrie & Jake Lewis represented Western Australia in the Under 19s National Championships.
Ryan Duffield took out the Butcher Trophy as well as the Rigg Medal!
The club finished second in the Club Championship for the third year in a row.
Mark Atkinson made a welcome return to the club in a coaching capacity.
Josh Nicholas & Jonathan Wells continued to represent Western Australia in the Sheffield Shield Competition.
Liam Guthrie made is debut in the Futures League representing Western Australia.
Ben Mike won the Rigg Medal.
Jake Van Galen won the Butcher Trophy!
The club finished third in the Club Championship.
The Third Grade team qualified for the Grand Final but lost to Melville in a one-sided match. Second Grade were knocked out in the Preliminary Final whilst First Grade lost in the Semi Final.
Liam Guthrie made his debut for the Western Australian Sheffield Shield Team. Jonathan Wells continued to play for Western Australia.
A new player Kyle Gardiner (transferred from Rockingham-Mandurah) represented Western Australia in the Futures League Competition.
Eamonn Munday won the Rigg Medal.
Luke Jury topped off an excellent season by winning the Butcher Trophy.
The club won the Club Championship.
All teams from the Under 15s to 1st Grade & the new Ladies team qualified for finals in their respective competitions.
Premierships were won by the 2nd & 3rd Grade teams & the first ladies team to play under the PCC banner won the Perth Women's Scorchers League.
1st Grade qualified for the Elimination Final whilst 4th Grade qualified for the Preliminary Final & the Under 15s & Under 17s were both in their respective Elimination Finals.
Luke Jury continued to Captain the 1st Grade Team & announced his temporary retirement at the Annual Presentation Night.
Josh Nicholas won the Butcher Trophy & Rigg Medal.
Harriet Collins won the Women's Most Valuable Player.
The club finished 7th in the Club Championship. A disappointment compared to the results from recent seasons.
It was the first season that PCC had a team in the Female B Grade Competition.
Of the senior teams only 3rd & 4th Grade qualified for finals.
1st Grade didn't make it past the Qualifying Final in the T20 Competition.
The Colts team qualified for a semi-final in the now T20 format.
The Under 15s were played in the Elimination Final
Sam Fanning moved from NSW to play for PCC & he also represented Australia at the U19 World Cup in South Africa this season.
Liam Guthrie & Josh Nicholas both represented Western Australia in the Sheffield Shield Competition.
Connor Smith & Ethan Carrington were selected in the State Under 19s team.
Regan Hill was selected in the State Under 17s & Ben Cranny was selected in the State Under 12s team.
Kunal Mishra won the Rigg Medal
Josh Nicholas won the Butcher Trophy for the second year in a row.