Club Legend - Darren Milne

Doug Milne and his family had moved into Vermont South in 1975. His son Darren played his first 2 years of cricket with the Parkmore Primary School team. On turning 10, Darren wished to play for a "real club", and it was in this year the Vermont South Cricket Club was starting. Doug took Darren to junior practice for the 1977 season. Darren commenced in the Under 12's as a foundation member of the club.

Darren proceeded to play 55 games for the junior section of the club going right through to the Under 16's. In the 1981/82 season Darren was a member of the club's first ever junior premiership side in the Under 16B grade.

Darren never missed going to watch Doug play in the seniors on a Saturday afternoon until in 1980/81 Darren commenced playing senior cricket while still playing Under 14's.

Darren is the games record holder in the first eleven and as at the completion of the 2012-13 season was the leading run maker, leading catch taker and third highest senior games player in the history of the club. Darren was a member of the first eleven A Grade premiership side of 1994/95.

Darren was Vice-President of the club for 2 years, President for 5 years, spent 4 years as a junior team manager, was Best Clubman in 1989/90 and was awarded Life Membership in 1999. He played his 350th senior game in 2015-16 and also played 50 junior games for the club.