Good start to new a season

Great Lakes under 12 green and white cricket teams faced off in their opening match of the season.

Great Lakes under 12 green and white cricket teams faced off in their opening match of the season.

The first game of the 2016-17 season  was a great start with both under 12-years Great Lakes Junior Cricket Club teams facing each other.

Team white was sent into bat first with Harry Brennan and Will Lumley opening.

Both looked solid until a great bowl by Tyson Andrews (2/12) to Will Lumley was caught by Tom Kennedy. 

Jake Herivel and Riley Van Haren put on 11 and 14 respectively before another great bowl by Tyson knocked out Jake Herival stumps.

The green team came out to bat and Riley Webster was the first to take a wicket in his second  over.

An awesome performance was seen by Tom Kennedy 30 retired.

Drew Townsend 22 was looking to go the same way before he was caught by Ethan Smith after a solid bowl by Riley Van Haren. 

Riley Van Haren soon took another wicket, sending Will Paping back for four runs.

Ender Murray in his first game with 14 runs retired.

Good start to the season boys with some good fielding as well.

Keep up the good work.

The Great Lakes Junior Cricket Club caters for junior cricketers from aged from four to 11 years in the in2CRICKET  and T20 Blast weekdays and Saturday morning competition for U10, U12, U14 and U16, year players.

 The in2CRICKET program aims to develop skills and an enthusiasm for the game for 5-9 year olds, while T20 Blast is described as a super fun, social, safe, cricket program.

Both programs are ideal for boys and girls.

The junior club plays in the Manning competition and as part of the Mid North Coast zone.

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