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Friday, February 24, 2017

Youth cricket

Round 13

IN the Under 13s games New Norfolk’s Jack Morgan Miller had a great game in his team’s win over South Hobart/Sandy Bay last weekend. Jack bowled three overs taking 1-10 then with the bat made an unbeaten 45 hitting seven fours and one six.

New Norfolk 7/140 off 27 overs d. South Hobart/Sandy Bay 3/139 off 30 overs at Lower Queenborough. Batting: Jack Morgan Miller 45no (seven fours, one six), Tate Browning 21 (two fours), Lewis Spaulding 15 (two fours), Blake Sillifant 10, Cameron McMaster 15 (two fours). Bowling: Tye Oakley 1-7 (3), Jack Morgan-Miller 1-10 (3).

Sorell 4/217 off 30 overs d. Gretna 6/127 off 27 overs at Sorell No.1. Batting: Aidan Featherstone 30 (four fours), Jack Moodie 21 (four fours), Connor Gittus 15 (one four), Sam Jackson 14. Bowling: Kane Lovell 2-21 (4), Connor Gittus 1-18 (4).

In the Under 14s, New Norfolk’s match against University was washed out and no details were available for the Gretna v Kingston Crows game.

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