Our Grounds

Anthony Waring Park
Victorsen Parade, Clarkson
Anthony Edward Loughran Waring was born in Perth on 8 July 1947.  As a member of the 5th Royal Australian Regiment, Anthony was killed in action during the Vietnam War, passing away on 16 June 1969.  He was just 21 at the time.  This oval is named in his honour.  The suburb of Clarkson is named after the Clarkson family, who were early European settlers in this area.  They ran the Mindarie Pastoral Company in the coastal area north of Burns Beach.  Their family homestead was located just south of where Clarkson High School now stands.


Ridgewood Park
Ridgewood Boulevard, Ridgewood
The name of this ground is entirely descriptive, referring to a wooded ridge that was located to the north of the oval.  Some natural bushland remains in a protected area on the northern side of the park.  Prior to becoming an oval, the land here was used as a limestone quarry - the large lake behind the Clubroom is evidence of the workings that took place here in earlier times.


Kingsbridge Reserve
Kingsbridge Boulevard, Butler

One of our newest grounds to the QRCC family of places we enjoy on a Saturday afternoon. We share this ground with QRJCC and has been a happy hunting for a lot of cricketers.