Dungey has been a part of the Bentley CC family for more than 50 years, he debuted at the age of 14 in 1964 and has served as Club Treasurer, as well as a role on the Management Committee. 

He holds more statistical records than any other player at the Club, with more than a thousand players representing the club since his debut 55 years ago, his 1,062 days playing career is equivalent to two years and nine months on the field. 

Many who have had the pleasure of playing with Dungey, describe him as a humble and softly spoken gentlemen who continues to inspire his team mates to play in the spirit of the game.

Dungey sums up cricket and the community aspect of the game perfectly.

“The game itself, when it’s played in the true spirit, I think it’s a fantastic game,” he said.

“It’s a team game that gives you the opportunity to get to know the opposition.”

When asked about his career highlights, Dungey reminisced on winning the 1986 2nd grade premiership as a standout.

“We were in a bit of trouble and we were chasing 250… I think we were 6-90 and Matt Noel and I put on a club record 148 seventh-wicket partnership that put us close to home,” he said.

“I’ve stayed in the game and age shouldn’t be a reason to stop playing, there are plenty of opportunities for veterans to be involved in our great game.”