|Co-captains Jake Sorrenson and Luke Jarvis|
with their team's trophy.
With the Knights winning the toss and batting first, the New Norfolk bowlers needed to make a big impact and they didn’t let the team down.
Cameron McMaster sent down three overs to capture 3-9 in a great spell that got his team in a good position. Jack Morgan-Miller, who normally bowled spin, turned his hand to pace and captured 2-5 from 2.3 overs.
Opening bowler Chris Hall was very economical with 1-1 off three overs while captain Luke Jarvis bowled two overs taking 1-2 with one maiden and Tom Eiszele took 1-15 (3) and Kingborough was bowled out finishing 8/85 off 25.3 overs.
|Chris Hall scored 57 not out in a match-winning innings.|
It was a fitting end to the season for this team which has really put in the hard yards. Well done to you all and well done to Adrian Eiszele in his role as coach and to Josh Walsh as the junior development officer and Under 13’s coach. A fine effort from you both.
Mention must also go to Under 13s players Tom Murray and Zayne Field who stepped up and as a reward picked up a premiership medal. Both players a part, with Zayne bowling 3 overs 0-13 and Tom playing as the wicket keeper and taking two catches.
|New Norfolk players and supporters running out after the winning runs were hit.|
|Coach Adrian Eiszele, right, and partner Tracey James, left, and son Tom Eiszele.|
|Red Caps junior development officer Josh Walsh, right, with nephew Tom Murray.|