Sunday, November 30, 2014

Valley cricketers pay their respects

The New Norfolk Red Caps displayed a
cricket bat and Hughes' Australian cap
number at their rooms yesterday.
TRIBUTES have been paid to former Australian test cricketer Phillip Hughes at local matches this weekend, following the 25-year-old's untimely death last week.

NSW-born Hughes was fatally injured when struck by a cricket ball during a Sheffield Shield match on Tuesday and died two days later.

Individual players have also honoured Hughes in line with the social media tribute dubbed "#putoutyourbats." Thanks to Wade Gleeson for collecting these images.


Gretna and DOSA cricket teams stand as one in honour of Phillip Hughes.
Molesworth I and St Aidans pay tribute to Phillip Hughes with a minute's
silence before the start of their match at North Warrane yesterday.
Gretna II and DOSA pay their respects to Phillip Hughes before
their 3rd Grade match at Gretna today.
New Norfolk II and Montagu Bay pay their respects to Phillip
Hughes with a minutes silence before the start of their 4th Grade
match at Boyer Oval on yesterday.
The Molesworth Under 15s put their bats out for Phillip Hughes
before their match earlier today.
Bushy Park Cricket Club player Nick
Fenton's tribute.
Bushy Park Cricket Club player
Damien Madden's tribute.
Molesworth Cricket Club's bat and
cap tribute at Boyer Oval yesterday.
The Bushy Park and St Anne's cricket clubs and umpire Tony Clay stand as one
 at the Bushy Park Showgrounds.

Bushy Park players put out their bats at the Bushy Park Showgrounds.

Gretna and University Black Under 13s had a minute's silence before their
match earlier today.

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