Derek and Glenys, during a family holiday returning to Newport in 2019
Newport Cricket Club received the sad news that Glenys Porter passed away peacefully
at home in Australia after an 18 month battle with Cancer.
Glenys was very much part of Newport CC in the 70s and early 80s
during the Club's Rodney Parade Days.
She was a staunch ally for the club, organising teas and tea rotas
and galvanising the women's section for many years.
Glenys never missed a match, supporting her husband Derek, who was a former1st X1 captain,
captaining the club in the historic National KO season in 1979,
when the club beat National Champions Cheltenham,
before losing to Reading in the National KO Quarter Finals.
The family along with brother David emigrated to Australia in the early 80's
Our love, thoughts and prayers go out to the family. RIP Glenys.
Sent by son Craig Porter
There will be live streaming as per the details below.
The service will be held on Thursday 6th August from 11:30am through to 12:45pm (Australian Time) .
The link will also be active for 90 days to view if the time is not convenient in other parts of the world.
Mum was such a big part of so many people's lives it would be fitting that given the current issues
in the world that this opportunity is available for you all.
There will also be a slideshow of photographs of Mum presented in the service
that I will make available to you all after the event.
Unfortunately, i do not have everyone's contact details so please forward this email to those people who were family or friends of Glenys
and you know would like to be a part of this service.
I have also setup a donation page to the Cancer Council if you would like to offer something in Mum's memory.
She would be happy to know she is helping others as she always did in her life.