IT was a milestone moment this summer when St Pat's Old Boys Cricket Club snared its maiden Bathurst first grade premiership, but now the Saints are hungry to find more success.
The Saints begin their preparation for season 2019-20 on Tuesday night at their Annual General Meeting.
While the highlight of the Saints' memorable season in 2018-19 was securing the first grade crown in its seventh season of Bathurst District Cricket, the performances of the club's juniors was also a highlight.
That is something president Matt Fearnley is eager to continue.
"When St Pat's and All Saints Old Boys agreed to merge in 2011, the direction of the club was to place a heavy focus on nurturing our juniors while providing a pathway through senior cricket, a box we've more than ticked since the merger," Fearnley said.
"Lately our more dominant performers have been the younger guys in the club and to see them progress over the years is absolutely wonderful.
"It's now about maintaining our junior development, including the family friendly culture we've worked so hard for, and to keep the good times going."
The AGM will not only be the stepping stone for assembling a new Saints' committee, but to establish the building blocks for the direction the club looks to head in.
Anyone wishing to join the Saints or return to the club this upcoming summer is welcome to attend the AGM.
It will be held at Paddys Hotel on Tuesday, starting at 6.30pm.