Thursday, January 30, 2020

Young local cricketers in Northern Suburbs contest

Hamish Edwards, Connor Mayne, Liam Maw and Zayne Field
proudly show their premiership medals from he recent Northern
Suburbs Community Cricket Shield contest.
ELEVEN New Norfolk Under 13 cricketers played in the inaugural Northern Suburbs Community Cricket Shield on January 19, organised by the Glenorchy Cricket Club.

Players were mixed into four different teams along with other players from the Glenorchy, Wellington and St Anne's clubs.

The day saw six matches of 14 overs per innings played at Cadbury Oval and Abbotsfield Park, with the top two teams then playing off in the grand final.

Team Horne, 3/72 off 14 overs, defeated Team Daft, 8/54 off 12.3 overs, in the final at Cadbury. Red Caps juniors Connor Mayne, Liam Maw, Zayne Field and Hamish Edwards played in the winning team. It was an exciting time for the boys, who proudly received premiership medals.

Callan Barry, Steele Quarrell, Cooper Gleeson and Chance
Hyland played in the runner-up team.
Edwards remained 8 not out from 10 deliveries, Field made 5 off 3, Connor Mayne was 2no and Maw made 1. There were also New Norfolk boys in the runner-up team, with Cooper Gleeson making 4 from 9 deliveries and Callan Barry 1 from 6. With the ball, Chance Hyland took 1-9 from 1 over and Steele Quarrell 0-6 off 1 over.

In the 3rd v 4th match, Team Palmer 5/70 off 14 overs was defeated by Team Spotswood 8/89 off 12.2 overs. Doing well for Team Palmer, Logan Hunt opened the batting and made 12 from just 14 balls, while Bobby Nossiter also did very well, making 11 not out from 12. Fearghus Joyce bowled well taking 1-13 off 1 over, as did Logan Hunt taking 1-14 off 1.

Fearghus Joyce, Logan Hunt and Bobby
Nossiter also represented New Norfolk.
During the presentations, special awards were presented to three players from each team for special achievements across all matches played on the day.

Of the New Norfolk boys, Zayne Field, Cooper Gleeson and Bobby Nossiter each collected vouchers for The Cricket Hub in Kingston.

All our boys were terrific in the way they represented themselves and the club through out the whole day. Over all, it was a well organised day which will only get better. Excellent work by Damien West and the Glenorchy Cricket Club's senior players and officials.

Results and statistics can be found on MyCricket under the Glenorchy Cricket Club.
These players received cricket vouchers for their performance in the matches.

New Norfolk boys padded up and ready to play.

Members of the premiership-winning team, with their medals and trophies.
The winners and runners-up together.

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