Unerkov, Van der Jeugd, S Warrick, Konnis ( C ), H Rice, Burgess, Greber, Read, Nichol (w/k), Hunkin, Belperio, W Warrick
at Marryatville High School 1.30 start be there 12.45 please Manager Scott Greber
Floreani ( C ), Winskill, McKay, Lucas, Hoberg, Sims, George, March, Thomas, Monfries, Bilsborow
at St Clair no 2 Actil Ave Woodville 1.30 start be ther 12.45 please Manager Richard Sims
It’s the last minor round game of the year for the juniors this week. We take on Woodville in a two day match.
Under 14 Reds vs Woodville at Haslam Oval, Sat Feb 25 and Sat Mar 4, 1:30pm start
Team – Charlie Bear, Alex Burgess, Max Cunningham, Adam Goddard, Jack Harding, Max Kelly, Solomon Musster, Jasper Polglase, Jack Tapfield (c), Jamie Taylor, Archie Walters and Campbell Watts
Under 14 Whites vs Woodville at St Michaels College junior campus, Sat Feb 25 and Sat Mar 4, 1:30pm start
Team – Cormac Dwyer, Lachlan Gitsham, Oscar Lawrance, Noah Leydon, Aidan McArthur, Seb McVann, Hugo O’Leary, Frank Packer, Alex Smith, Hamish Towers (c), Anik Warnakulasuriya and Beau Wells
There will be presentations back at the club after the second day of the match.
This week the Browns take on the Uni Blacks in a two day match. It’s getting towards the business end of the season – Round 12 (out of 13 rounds) of the West End Premier Cricket competition.
A Grade vs University at Uni Oval #1, Sat Feb 25 and Sat Mar 4, 11:00am start
Team* – John Dalton, Henry Dall, Jake Brown (c), Alex Ross, James Seward, Simon Schwerdt, Hugh Cranendonk, Elliot Opie, David Grant, Cameron Fatchen and Lloyd Pope
*Pending final selection of the Redbacks team
B Grade vs University at Parkinson Oval, Sat Feb 25 and Sat Mar 4, 11:00am start
Team – Alex Chapman, Liam Scanlon (c), Sam Williams, Eddie Steele (wk), Michael Davies, Michael Sullivan, Nick Palmer, Daniel Burns, Scott Aufderheide, Ash Eckermann and Michael Cappelluti
C Grade vs University at Uni Oval #2, Sat Feb 25 and Sat Mar 4, 1:00pm start
Team – Jed Spence, Dylan Mosey, Euan Fletcher, Ty Wundenberg, Michael Cotsios, Luke Pedlar, Sean McCullum (wk), David Brown, Steve Tanti, Eddy Greeves and James du Preez
Well done to Luke Pedlar who will make his C Grade debut after making 55 in the D’s last week.
D Grade vs University at Col Waite Oval, Sat Feb 25 and Sat Mar 4, 1:00pm start
Team – John Bliss, Jordan Leiman (c), James Duncan, Brayden Frost (wk), Curtis Montgomery, Alex Buckby, Tom MacKenzie, Daniel Subramaniam, Lochlan Roberts, Adam Clements and James Risby
LOA vs Unley at Unley High School, Sat Feb 25, 1:00pm start
Team – Andrew Faulkner (c/wk), Ryan Sparrow, John Palmer, Scott Bassett, Jamie Panelli, Charlie Avent, Nathan Woods, Abraham Tomich, Tim Dansie, Corey White and Nick Holmes
We went within a whisker of an Atomic Brownwash on the weekend with all juniors teams, all girls teams and all senior teams winning… apart from a 10 run loss in the A’s following a collapse of 6/25. So near, yet so far!
The A Grade lost the toss and bowled at Parkinson Oval. We had some success early with a wicket to Elliot Opie and two to Daniel Worrall but from 3/21 Adelaide recovered to reach 4/136. Wickets were tough to come by in the afternoon period and there were a string of partnerships. Adelaide finished their innings all out 299. Worrall took 4 wickets and Lloyd Pope toiled hard for 3. We were 0/25 at stumps.
On Day 2 openers Henry Dall (20) and John Dalton took us safely to 62 before a horror five balls saw us lose 3/1 and stumble into trouble. Skipper Jake Brown (30) and Dalts put on 66 for the 4th wicket to steady the run chase and then keeper James Seward, suffering from a bout of malaria, continued the good work following the loss of Brown.
Seward and Dalton batted beautifully and put together what seemed at the time as a match winning partnership of 135 runs. Dalts went onto make a sparkling century, his 3rd for the club since Christmas. We had reach 4/264 and needed 36 runs for victory when the second new ball was taken. Seward was caught behind for 61 and the wheels fell off. Wickets tumbled and some panic set in. During the carnage Dalton was trapped lbw for a brilliant 149 – an innings that deserved to be part of a victory but unfortunately this wasn’t to be. We lost 6/25 and were all out for 289, just 10 runs short. A disappointing loss and one that has tightened the premiership table considerably. We still sit in 2nd place but don’t quite have the buffer we once did.
At Glandore Oval the B Grade also bowled first on an extremely hot day. Our bowlers worked hard with everyone chipping in as Adelaide were dismissed for 160. Hiran Lecamwasam and Michael Cappelluti picked up a couple each before lunch with Eddie Steele snaring a great leg side stumping off Cappa. After lunch Daniel Burns and Nick Palmer finished off the middle and lower order with 3 wickets each.
Our batters looked in control however gifted Adelaide some wickets with a catch down leg side, a run out and a skied half-tracker leaving us 3/78 at stumps. Day 2 started with another run out (…) before Eddie Steele (53*) and Michael Davies (35*) calmly and maturely steered us to the target without further loss. It was a strong win that leaves the A’s on top of the table. With plenty of time left in the day we split the remaining overs and had a crack at an outright.
Adelaide launched us everywhere in their 2nd innings, making 7/181 from just 22 overs. That left us 20 overs to make 180, a task that proved beyond us. We had a crack though and finished 5/146 at the close of play.
At Colonel Waite Oval the C Grade batted first and got away to a solid start thanks to openers Jed Spence and David Brown. Approaching tea we looked to be in a good position at 2/104 with Euan Fletcher (45) and Ty Wundenberg (22) looking in control. From that point on the innings was a disaster. We lost Ty just on tea and Euan the first ball after tea and crashed to be all out for 176. On an extremely small ground and flat pitch it didn’t look like enough. Ash Eckermann had us finish the day on a high though, grabbing two wickets just before stumps with Adelaide 2/16.
Ash got us started again on Day 2 picking up a wicket with his ‘knuckle ball’ and Steve Tanti grabbed another to make it 4/41. Two wickets in an over to Eddy Greeves saw the Buffalos slump to 6/76 approaching tea. There was a partnership of 43 after that and at 6/119 Adelaide looked set to give the target a shake. A run out changed things – Ash firing one back over the stumps to Sean who gleefully whipped off the bails. Euan Fletcher hung onto a screamer at long off running back with the flight after that before skipper Eddy Greeves snapped up his 3rd. The last wicket went to Ash – his 5th for the innings after a nice catch by Jed Spence at slip. So a hard-fought 35 run win to the C’s.
Some more great shots from Athina Tanti:
At Park 23 the D Grade batted first. We were 2/20 before a 70 runs stand between James Duncan (23) and Luke Pedlar (55) steered us to a good position before a mini-collapse had us 5/93. skipper Jordan Leiman and the hard-hitting Tom MacKenzie then put together a partnership of 65 to put us on top again. T-Mac followed up his 70 from last game with an even better 97 this game. He hit 9 fours and 6 sixes and faced only 47 balls for his 97 runs. He was dismissed three runs short of his century… caught on the boundary! We finished with a healthy 235 and this was made to look even better when Adam Clements picked up two wickets just on stumps. Adelaide 2/20.
Lochy Roberts picked one up early to make it 3/21. We had to fight a bit harder for wickets after that but spinners T-Mac and Daniel Subramaniam took 1 each and Lochy a 2nd to make it 6/81. If we were hoping for an early finish, Adelaide had other ideas. They put on 77 for the 7th wicket and reached 6/158. Adam Clements returned to the attack and a skied ball to fine leg was juggled and caught by James Duncan to break the partnership. Adam grabbed his 4th straight away, followed by a run out and a 2nd wicket to T-Mac which saw Adelaide all out 184. An important win to the D’s though outrights in other games saw them slip out of the 4.
The LOA’s played Para Hills at Adelaide High School. We batted first and 60’s to Ryan Sparrow and Scott Bassett helped us reach 7/209 from our 40 overs. Nick Holmes then carved through their top order taking 6/38. Charlie Avent chipped in with 2 and they were all out for 66.
A super productive few days as far as results go. 4 games over 3 days and 4 wins.
The 1st Grade kicked it off on Sunday with a comprehensive win over Port Adelaide. Bowling first a dominant display saw us bowl Port out for 44 in 25 overs. Jamo 2/12 and Kelly 2/8 were excellent, but paled when compared to figures of 9 Overs, 5 Maidens 5 for 6. A superb display from Slowe as she lead from the front. She then came out and clubbed an unbeaten 23 from 18 balls in 13 minutes to get us pass the score 1 down in 7.4 overs.
The girls backed it up again on Tuesday in the final 20/20 game against Northern Districts. Losing the toss and batting was a bonus and the team racked up 131 in the 20 overs. An early wicket didn't deter the team as Eliza 25, Slowe 27, Jordy 37*, and Kelly 22 all combined in true team fashion. Northern's had been struggling of late with the bat and this game was no exception. A top score of 8 was never going to get the job done and they fell for 39 in the 16th Over. What that means now is we need Sturt to knock off Port next Tuesday or for Sturt to have an absolute horror game to make the final. Fingers Crossed, but we have given ourselves the best chance possible.
The GOLDS also took on Port Adelaide and came away with a much needed win. A solid bowling effort led by Sophie Roberts in her comeback game from injury (7overs 1 Maiden 2 for 9) and a brilliant follow up from last week for Maeve Edwards (7 overs 2 for 10) kept Port to 112 (42 extra's?????). A solid start was the key and Roberts 24, and Edwards 26 (highest score for Kensi), again came through. Cassidy Perkins 17, Georgia Iannella 16* and Jacqui Manning 11* ensured that there would be no problems. 29 Overs and 3 down.
The BROWNS were even more desperate for a win after being bowled out for 25 chasing 70 last week. G;enelg batted first and took 8 from Amelie Greens first over. To then finish up with 7 overs 1 Maiden 4 for 22 was outstanding. Skipper Bridee Tonkin 2/11 from 7 and Tya Gonsalves 3/6 from 6 Overs were also excellent. In particular Tya who has been a bit low on bowling confidence. 66 for Glenelg. Bridee came out firing for 28 to get some momentum, but 2 late wickets of Melow 14, and Sam had hearts beating fast. Tya once again held firm to be not out on 7 and Ursula Gully 1* did a fantastic job to hold up her end to ensure we got over the line.
Considering both 2nd Grade teams had 9 players it was a fantastic job. Welcome to Melow Lin who played her first gaem for the club after tryin so many times but being denied by weather, and to Kerryn Ness who put her hand up to come and play. Many thanks Sam Tammitta
THIS WEEK: The 1st Grade play round 8 after playing round 9 last week??????? Yes that is correct.
1st Team V Sturt at Price Memorial Oval. 11:50 Start, warm ups FROM 11:00
Sarah Lowe (C), Bridget Patterson, Katelyn Pope, Shae Daly, Eliza Doddridge, Georgia Iannella, Kelly Armstrong, Hannah Armstrong, S.J. Jameson, Sarah Ferris, Rachel Church
2nd Grade GOLDS V West Torrens at FORD OVAL. 1:00 pm start. Be there by 12:00 please. AFTERNOON TEA REQUIRED, Lauren will send out what to bring.
Lauren Williams (C) Jacquie Manning, Tya Gonsalves, Sophie Roberts, Ayisha Salah, Maeve Edwards, Jessica MURRAY, Olivia Mulvany, Cassidy Perkins, Amy Kaesler, Matilda Ronan
2nd Grade BROWNS V Southern Districts at BICE (We always get that game!) 1:00 pm start. Be there by 12:00 please
Chloe Frick (C), Emily Jones, Melow Lin, Sophi-Rose Green, Amelie Green, Bridee Tonkin, Sam Tammitta, Ursula Gully, Nikki Moyle, Francesca Queale, Jill Latimer
Please let me know if i have missed anyone.
ALSO i would personally like to thank MICHAEL QUEALE who looked after the Browns last week after i had to leave at 1:35. He scored / managed / did drinks / tidied up and packed up. I cannot thank him enough and for that matter all who help each week. I don't know if everyone realises just how much needs to be done, so any help is always greatly appreciated. Even the 2 young fellas, Sam and Kerryn's boys who kept the scoreboard up to date.
AAAAANNNNNDDDD last thing: We will be doing something on Sunday 12th of March, the last minor round game, when we're all at home. We will give out some vouchers that night for exceptional performances, and also have a mini break-up ahead of the official club presentation night. Please keep the date free.
Kevin, Andy and Ditts
This has come through from the SACA. If anyone is interested i would encourage you to attend. It's amazing what you can pick up, even if you may not be interested in a coaching career. It is lateish notice, but we have only just received it
Jane and Kevin
SACA’s Coaching Development Coordinator – Tom Rutherford is running a Women’s Community Coach Accreditation Course starting next Wednesday at West Torrens DCC. It will run from 7-9:30pm on the 1st and the 8th of March.
Although the Course is being held at West Torrens it is open to all, so we would encourage as many women from the Premier Cricket community to attend.
Using the Promo Code as outlined below when registering waives the standard $120 fee for Community (Level 1) Coaching Accreditation, so this is a great initiative and I would encourage all clubs to take advantage for their coaches or any players looking to upskill.
Male coaches are also encouraged to attend, however they will not be eligible to use the Promo Code voucher. They may want to speak to their Clubs regarding subsidising the fee.
The course is now live and ready for registrations. The process to register is outlined below – please forward this onto your network and anyone who would like to attend:
· Coaches must first register with Cricket Coaches Australia: http://community.cricket.com.
· The Introduction to Cricket Course (Level 0) is the pre-requisite for the Community Course. It is free to complete and generally takes around 30-60 minutes to complete. All coaches must complete this prior to registering:
· Once complete, coaches will be able to register for the Community Course (if doing it immediately after completing the Level 0, they may need to log out of their accounts and log back in so their accreditation level will refresh):
· Please ensure that everyone uses the promo code CP0053 when they are completing their registration. This is for any female coach, and allows registration for free (the standard fee is $120).
If anyone is having trouble registering, please let me know the email address they are using, as this is generally the issue if there is one.
Tom Rutherford | Coaching Development Coordinator | SACA
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A really hard fought innings from Peter Unerkov (30) helped steady the ship and when joined by Jack Konnis looked like resurrecting our innings. When Peter fell, it triggered another small collapse. Enter Jack Read. He & Jack Konnis put on a great 77 run 7th wicket partnership that saved our game. Jack Read continued to back himself with his shots under pressure and was out on 46. With the score of 7/138, we hoped to make 180+ and with Jack Konnis now lifting the scoring we desperately needed someone to support him from the other end. Darcy Hunkin made a galant 13* out of an unbroken partnership of 82 with Jack Konnis but had front row seats to an epic innings at the other end. Jack Konnis made an inspirational 117* to lift his team to 7/220 dec. This was a hard fought innings that highlighted incredible strength and will power. Congrats to Jack on taking out the Blue Medal- well deserved .
Day two was the complete opposite, cold and windy which is always great for fielding, but not always for bowling. Our bowlers struggled for direction and consistency both with and into the wind. Ben Belperio on debut got a crucial break through in his first over. However Prospect had their two best batsmen at the crease and they continued to build. Liam Greber took a massive wicket caught & bowled and suddenly the game became winnable. Cooper McKenzie for Prospect raced past 50 and was heading for 100 quickly. After a match saving innings with the bat, Jack Read got the big wicket caught & bowled. McKenzie out for 71! Suddenly another wicket fell to Will Warrick and at 4x down we were back in the game.
Prospect still had plenty of overs and plenty of wickets to win the game. Liam Greber came back on and found line and length and more importantly accuracy. He took 3x quick wickets and the game was ours. Liam finished with best figures of 4/36 off 13 overs. Max Floreani took the two final wickets again both bowled showing great accuracy and finishing with incredible figures of 2/3.
For the most percentage of this game, Prospect were probably the better team. Both with bat and ball. For me, winning games when your not at your best on the park shows incredible character and attitude. More importantly we must continue to have “belief”!This was our closest match of the year and Prospect are a quality team. Jack Konnis, Jack Read & Liam Greber put in great performances and had good support from Peter Unerkov, Will Warrick & Darcy Hunkin & Ben Belperio. Next week we play probably the most consistent team in the comp, Woodville . We are now guaranteed a home semi final and sit top of the table for this week. Without a doubt our batting needs to improve if we are going to make a difference in finals. Seeing Reds debutants Jack Read & Ben Belperio make the most of their opportunities highlights to all boys that when opportunities are given , to take them & make the most whether it be with bat or ball. Remember no training Wednesday due to Australia 20/20 match.
After eventually getting to have a game of cricket we unfortunately came away with 2 big losses. The 1st Grade had a bowl first and was on the receiving end of a Lauren Ebsary 100 (again) as she took to our bowlers. To compound our woes Shae Daly suffered an injury when struck by the ball in the field, concussed, and needing to be taken away in an ambulance. Thankfully the injury wasn't as serious as feared, but it was a very nasty blow and could have been much worse. Concussion is never something to be taken lightly and the right precautions were taken for sake of Shae's health. Kelly Armstrong with 1/23 from her 10 overs and then a classy 59 the standout performer for the day. West Torrens 264 defeated Kensi 119.
The Browns took on Prospect at Broadview and had a terrific day in the field rolling Prospect for 70. Sophi-Rose Green taking a career best 5/16 and Jill Latimer taking one of the best 1 handed diving catches i have ever seen. However that was the end of our highlights. 15.4 overs later we were bowled out for 25! OUCH
HOWEVER the sun came up the next day and we have a chance to redeem ourselves.
1ST GRADE take on Port Adelaide at PORT ADELAIDE RESERVE. Game time is 11:50 with players needing to be there and READY to warm up by 11:00. They promise to have a pitch
Sarah Lowe(C), Bridget Patterson, Katelyn Pope, Jordan Doecke, Eliza Doddridge, Shae Daly, Sarah Ferris, Amy Kaesler, Kelly Armstrong, S.J.Jameson, Rachel Church
2ND GRADE GOLDS also travel to Port Adelaide at EP NAZER RESERVE. Game time 1:00 pm, Warm Ups 12:00
Lauren Semmens(C), Jess Murray, Georgia Iannella, Maeve Edwards, Ayisha Salah, Cassidy Perkins, Olivia Mulvany, Jacqui Manning, Tya Gonsalves, Marg Hay
2ND GRADE BROWNS take on Glenelg at this stage on Parkinson Oval. Game time 1:00 pm, Warm Ups 12:00. Afternoon tea will be needed please as we are the home team
Emily Jones(C), Lin Mellow, Bridee Tonkin, Amelie Green, Sophi-Rose Green, Frakie Queale, Sam Tammitta, Ursula Gully, Nikki Moyle, Sophie Roberts
As is the case each week, there may be some late changes. If that is the case we will obviously be in touch directly. If you are not named and wanting a game, please let us know. Good luck to all,
Kevin, Ditts and Andy
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Incredibly sorry about this but we have some major changes to our U/14 teams for tomorrow.
We originally had five of our U/14 players picked in the U/16 Whites this round however have just found out that Prospect are FORFEITING their U/16 Whites tomorrow. This means that those five players will return to the U/14 teams and I have had to do selection again.
Sadly that means that several players who were picked to play this round now do not have a match. I do apologise for this but unfortunately it is out of our control.
Please disregard the email and website post that went out earlier in the week. The teams for this round are as follows:
Under 14 Reds vs Prospect at Wandana Primary School, Sat Feb 11 and Sat Feb 18, 1:30-5:30pm
Team – Archie Walters, Campbell Watts, Charlie Bear, Charlie McKay, Jack Harding, Jack Tapfield (capt), Jake Bilsborow, Jamie Taylor, Joshua Sims, Max Kelly, Sam Warrick and Solomon Musster
Under 14 Whites vs Prospect at Marryatville High School, Sat Feb 11 and Sat Feb 18, 1:30-5:30pm
Team – Adam Goddard, Alex Burgess, Beau Wells, Cormac Dwyer, Felix Packer, Frank Packer, Hamish Towers (capt), Hugo O’Leary, Jasper Thomas, Lachlan Gitsham, Oscar Lawrance and Seb McVann
Players who are missing this game will definitely get to play in the final minor round match of the season. There will also be a match against a Kensington Academy team across two Monday nights later this term that these players will be given first option to play.
Apologies again for the messing around.
Good luck tomorrow.
With the weather in command and Port Adelaide not wanting to prepare a pitch, the 1st Grade girls made a useless trip to Port Adelaide last night. As it turned out no games were played and the matches have been rescheduled for Wednesday the 15th of Feb. (next week). All games at Park 25. We are on Park 25#1.
The 1st Grade this Sunday will come up against West Torrens at Parkinson Oval. Game time 11:50 start which means that players need to be dressed and ready to warm up by 11:00. Get there and be ready to go. A home game so afternoon tea is required. New Captain this week so Popey get the afternoon tea bringers sorted. If you don't have all emails let me know and i can forward them on.
Katelyn Pope (C), Jordan Doecke, Shae Daly, Eliza Doddridge, Kelly Armstrong, Rachel Church, S.J.Jameson, Sarah Ferris, Chloe Frick, Amy Kaesler, Georgia Iannella
2nd Grade Browns take on Prospect at BROADVIEW Oval. For those who checked the program this game has been moved from the original ground. Game will start at 1:00 pm. Please arrive by 12:00 for warm ups. Browns in need of a win after a less than glorious time since Christmas. Only 1 game out of the 4 at this stage.
Emily Jones (C), Mellow Lin, Sophi-Rose Green, Amelie Green, Bridee Tonkin, Ursula Gully, Sam Tammitta, Jill Latimer, Frankie Queale, Tya Gonsalves, Jacqui Manning
2nd Grade Golds have the bye this week. If you have some time get down to either Parkinson or Broadview and support your team mates.
Good Luck to all this week, lets hope we can get some cricket played!!!!!
Kevin, Ditts and Andy
This round the Browns take on Adelaide Cricket Club in Round 11 of the SACA Premier Cricket Competition.
We are heading towards the business end of the season and with premiership tables growing increasingly crowded wins are at a premium.
A Grade vs Adelaide at Parkinson Oval, Sat Feb 11 and Sat Feb 18, 11:00am start
Team* – Henry Dall, John Dalton, Adam Hose, Alex Ross, Jake Brown (c), James Seward (wk), Hugh Cranendonk, Daniel Worrall, Elliot Opie, Cameron Fatchen and Lloyd Pope
*We will need to wait before finalising this team as David Grant and Elliot Opie have both been chosen in the Redbacks squad of 13 for the Shield match with Victoria starting Friday. The final XI will be confirmed tomorrow morning.
B Grade vs Adelaide at Glandore Oval, Sat Feb 11 and Sat Feb 18, 11:00am start
Team – Alex Chapman, Liam Scanlon, Sam Williams, Simon Schwerdt (c), Eddie Steele (wk), Michael Davies, Nick Palmer, Daniel Burns, Hiran Lecamwasam, Scott Aufderheide and Michael Cappelluti
C Grade vs Adelaide at Colonel Waite Oval, Sat Feb 11 and Sat Feb 18, 1:00pm start
Team – Jed Spence, David Brown, Euan Fletcher, Ty Wundenberg, Michael Cotsios, Brayden Frost, Sean McCullum (wk), Steve Tanti, James du Preez, Eddy Greeves (c) and Ash Eckermann
Well done to Jed Spence who will make his C Grade debut.
D Grade vs Adelaide at Park 23, Sat Feb 11 and Sat Feb 18, 1:00pm start
Team – John Bliss, Corey White (wk), James Duncan, Luke Pedlar, Alex Buckby, Jordan Leiman (c), Tom MacKenzie, Daniel Subramaniam, Lochlan Roberts, Adam Clements and James Risby
Well done to Corey White and James Risby who have earned promotions after some good performances with the LOA’s.
LOA Grade vs Grange at Grange Oval No 2, Sat Feb 11, 1:00pm start
Team – Andrew Faulkner (c/wk), Ryan Sparrow, Nathan Woods, Charlie Avent, Scott Bassett, Nathan Bassett, Tom Evans, Barry Steele, Nick Holmes, Lewis Young and Abraham Tomich
Good luck to all teams and we will see everyone back at the club for presentations on Feb 18.
Please find below the Under 14 teams for our two day matches against Prospect starting this week.
Under 14 Reds vs Prospect at Wandana Primary School, Sat Feb 11 and Sat Feb 18, 1:30-5:30pm
Team – Jack Tapfield (c), Charlie Bear, Alex Burgess, Cormac Dwyer, Jack Harding, Max Kelly, Noah Leydon, Felix Packer, Jasper Polglase, Jamie Taylor, Archie Walters, Campbell Watts.
Well done to Cormac Dwyer who is playing his first game for the U14 Reds after making 44 in the Whites last week.
Under 14 Whites vs Prospect at Marryatville High School, Sat Feb 11 and Sat Feb 18, 1:30-5:30pm
Team – Hamish Towers (c), Lachlan Gitsham, Adam Goddard, Oscar Lawrance, Aiden McArthur, Seb McVann, Ishaan Oak, Hugo O’Leary, Frank Packer, Jasper Thomas, Anik Warnakulasuriya, Beau Wells.
Well done to Hamish Towers who has been appointed as the U14 White captain for their last two matches.
Congratulations as well to five of our Under 14 cricketers who have been promoted to the Under 16 Whites team this round – Sam Warrick, Joshua Sims, Jake Bilsborow, Charlie McKay and Solomon Musster. The U16 Whites are playing against Prospect at Ford Oval.
The 1st Grade have their final 20/20 minor round game this week against Port Adelaide at Eric Sutton Oval from 5:20 on WEDNESDAY NIGHT. (Game starts at 5:20)
Sarah Lowe(C), Eliza Doddridge, Shae Daly, Jordan Doecke, SJ Jamo, Kelly Armstrong, Sarah Ferris, Rachel Church, Katelyn Pope, Georgia Iannella
Any issues with availability please let Ditts 0478694442 know asap.
TRAINING THIS WEEK: Ridiculously after having to put on a jumper for yard duty today at school, the expected temperature for Wednesday is currently 41 Degrees. IF this holds to be true then training will be cancelled. If there is a change in the predicted max then training will be back on, but any expected maximum 38 or above will definitely mean a cancellation of training.
Kevin, Ditts and Andy
As a Kensington Cricket Club Supporter, you are invited to the upcoming Cricket Aid Fundraising Dinner attended by the visiting Sri Lankan national Cricket team on Monday 20th February (flyer attached)
Profits from the cricketers dinner will be donated to the Cricket Aid program, which helps the less privileged in Sri Lanka. For more information about Cricket Aid please watch the following video.
Perhaps put a table together.