Brent Beechey Obituary Death – Following Brent Beechey’s untimely passing, the members of the Jindivick Cricket Club would like to express their most sincere condolences to his family. A recent passing took the life of Brent Beechey. Brent was a member of Jindivick’s playing staff from 2005 through 2007 and served there during that time. He played largely as a keeper and batter in both Division 4 and Division 2, where he competed for one season each.
He spent one season in Division 4 and the other in Division 2. There are many people from the larger playing community at Jindivick who still remember Brent, and we would want to express our regret and compassion to everyone who was close to Brent and is currently dealing with this difficult time.
Through his continuous participation in the 141 Cup on an annual basis, Brent was able to maintain his connection to the club. Brendon Van Eyk and Jack Williams are responsible for the inception of this event, which features a bit of friendly competition between previous players. Take a look at this image to see us having a good time on our outing, with Brent seated in the middle.
Brent’s highest score for Jindivick was 59, but a less well-known accomplishment of his was that he was able to record a 41-run partnership with Brendon Van Eyk for the ninth wicket. This was an achievement that he shared with Brendon Van Eyk. This is a performance that should receive more praise than it has received.
(Miracle) When I was the secretary of the team at the time, I remember Brent coming across to play with Rod Mikkelsen and a number of other willing young men, all of whom played their cricket with vigor and never retreated in any way. All of these young men played their cricket with vigor and never retreated in any way. Since we had a good time back then, we will always remember Brent in a positive light. R.I.P Brent.