Heath Vogler

Life Member 2013

H T Vogler


Heath Vogler commenced playing for South’s Cricket Club in 1987 and made an immediate impact, winning both the 5th grade batting award and the Alderman Rose Trophy for Wicketkeeping. He subsequently won the Wicketkeeping trophy on another 2 more occasions and continued to excel on the field rising to first grade in 1995.

Heath was instrumental in securing 2 premierships whilst playing for Souths and won the club wicket keeping perpetual trophy on 3 occasions.

Heath is a passionate and infectious character who was liked by all he played with. He was a leader of the Club during this period and helped create a winning culture both within the Club and its players.

While at South’s Heath filled many roles and set processes in place that still utilised today. Heath was our Head Groundsman for many years and first joined the Management Committee in 1994. He continued in this role until 2001.

Heath was also on the Grounds Sub-Committee for a number of years as Groundsman and began on the Selections Committee in 1997.

Heath was appointed as Chairman of Selectors in 1998 and continued in this role until 2001. Heath was one of the instigators in getting The Story Bridge Raffles off the ground and it remains one of our main sources of income today.

Heath is an example to all members of this club as he started in 5th Grade as a youngster he worked his way through the grades until selected in 1st Grade. In addition to that, he has set an example through his work off the field to better Souths both in his work as a groundsman, Chairman of Selectors and Committee member.