Historical information

Clive enlisted in August 1914 in the Public Schools Company of the 5th Battalion. He was killed in the Landing at Gallipoli on April 25, 1915 and is commemorated at the Lone Pine Memorial, Gallipoli. He was 26.
To honour his memory, the Clive Wellington Were Cricket Trophy for 'the boy who plays the game' was presented to Mentone Grammar in 1936, by his sister, Jessie, wife of Headmaster, Charles Campbell Thorold. It was awarded to Henry Watson Leslie, in his first year at the school.

Physical description

Silver cricket bats on silver dome mounted on bakelite base

Inscriptions & markings

for 'the boy who plays the game'