Thursday, February 1, 2018

Cricket roundup

PINK STUMPS DAY at New Norfolk
The New Norfolk Cricket Club held a Pinks Stumps Day during the January 20 match at Tynwald Park between New Norfolk II and Marquis Tigers. The day coincided with the club’s annual Ladies Day and it was a big success with $800 being raised for the Jane McGrath Foundation's research into breast cancer. The proceeds of a raffle will be added to the final tally. Well done to the New Norfolk Cricket Club for your efforts in giving to a great cause, it is a real credit to you all.

MILO in2CRICKET at Glenora District School
Starts on February 18 and finishes on April 8. Each session will be of a Sunday morning from 9-10am, catering for boys and girls aged 4 to 10 years. To register, go to playcricket.com.au. The cost is $75 per child. Co-ordinator Annie McKenzie can be contacted by phoning 6286 1301 or 0407 881 276.

PINK STUMPS DAY at Glenora
Annie McKenzie will be running a Pink Stumps Day at the Glenora school oval on February 25, starting at 9am. There will be fun activities for children, a game of cricket and a barbecue, all in aid of raising money for the McGrath Foundation.  All past and present participants of the In2CRICKET programs are welcome to attend. Bring the family and friends along. Please wear something pink.

REPRESENTATIVE GAME
Well done to local boys Josh Ransley (Molesworth Cricket Club) and Luke Crosswell (Gretna Cricket Club) on being chosen to represent the Southern Cricket Association in one of its two representative games against the Huon Channel Cricket Association at Richmond on Saturday.

WADE GLEESON

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