Statement – from the “Australians with Hat-Tricks on Test Debut club”

in regards to the magnificent T20 Hattrick on debut by Aussie paceman Nathan Ellis against Bangladesh.

Australian’s with Hat-Trick’s on Test Debut Club

Application for authorisation of a proposed merger 

August 7 2021

Nathan Ellis- Australian cricketer on T20 Debut
Dear: Nathan,

Firstly, congrats on your selection to make your T20 debut against Bangladesh. You are part of an elite club – to play cricket for Australia  – so you should be proud. And to be the first Aussie to take a Hattrick on T20 debut is a credit to your skill and persistence and no doubt you have already formalised the Australians With Hatricks On T20 Debut Club!!

I hereby propose we Apply for authorisation of a proposed merger.

I believe a transaction between AWHOTDC and AWHOT20DC would provide demonstrably superior short term and long term value. Provide a more substantial base for developing further Aussie debut Hattricks for young men and women.

On a personal note, I’m sick of winning the club’s golf day every year. I’ve thought about introducing a tennis match, but obviously we need someone to return serve. This proposed Merger could make this a reality.

Good luck, Nathan I’m really looking forward to swinging the tennis racquet with you.

Yours sincerely, 

Damien Fleming

President, Secretary, Board Member, Treasurer, Player Representative, Union Member and Sponsor of the Australians With Hat-tricks on Test Debut Club

A.W.H.O.T.D.C Inc

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