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Monday, March 9, 2020

New Norfolk Cricket Club medal winners

Adrian Eiszele medal winner Jordan Banks-Smith, right, with
Adrian Eiszele at the medal presentation.
NEW Norfolk I player Jordan Banks-Smith took out the Adrian Eiszele Medal at the New Norfolk Cricket Club’s best and fairest count held at the New Norfolk District Football Club on February 29.

Banks-Smith who had made 515 runs and taken 29 wickets to that point, won on 17 votes, two clear of Fifth Grade captain Nathan Heron who was runner-up on 15 votes.

Lisa East took out the women’s best and fairest award. East, who did well with the bat this season, made 174 runs from seven matches won, with 15 votes, four clear of Amity Booth on 11.

Adrian Eiszele Medal (top seven): Jordan Banks-Smith 17 votes; Nathan Heron 15; Rohan Heron 13; Richard Graham 13; Jason Rigby 13; Matthew Bowden 12; Tom Briscoe 12.
Women’s medal: Lisa East 15; Amity Booth 11; Tegan Kemmler 5; Teena Sillifant 4; Kelly Kemmler 4; Chez Browning 2; Kelly Read 1.

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