News – 22 October 2016
Main News items
o The T20 Grand Finals were played on Sunday. Congratulations to our 5th Grade who won their 3rd Premiership in 4 years. Commiserations to 4th Grade who went down in the last over in their game
o Congratulations to our T20 Grand Finalists – 4th Grade Blue (C2 Red) and 5th Grade Red. The Final are played this Sunday on 23 October. Details below
o Congratulations also to Raghu Chary (C2 Blue) who scored 118 – our 451st Club century
o Our popular coaching sessions run by our Level 1 and 2 accredited coaches starts on Monday 26/10 with our U9s. s.
Junior Coaching sessions
On Monday we kick-off our Club Coaching sessions for our junior Boys and Girls where every player gets free skills coaching from Level 1 and Level 2 Coaches from our Coaches who have already come through our Juniors and are playing a high level of Senior cricket.
These sessions are very popular. They are run every Monday Our first session is as follows:
o Age Group – U9s
o When – 5.30 pm to 6.30 pm
o Where – Cherrybrook Public School
Check out our Facebook page for the full schedule.
Sydney Sixers visit
At training on Thursday this were we again joined by Emily Lees who was recently one of the first players signed by the Sydney Sixers for the WBBL for the coming season.
Emily shared her time among all 4 teams tom give coaching and autographs. Emily was in attendance at our first ever T20 Blast session 3 years ago and has returned each season to coach and help the girls and encourage them to follow in her footsteps.
T20 Blast (Girls aged 8 to 12 years)
The first session started on Friday 14th October starting at 5pm at James Henty Oval. This is a fun night where the girls play cricket with music and dancing and a perfect way to introduce the girls to the game.
Saturday afternoon (Girls aged 10 to 16 years)
U13 Spring Season (North)
WPHC Green Vs Lindfield – details will be updated once details are available.
U17’s – North (Division 1)
WPHC Blue 4/75 lost to West Ryde Rovers 5/77 – a great effort by Anushka Dongre who dominated our betting with 24 in just 25 balls. We defended the total well with Rovers taking 17 over to pass our score. Well done to Abigail Pereira for her 3/20.
U17’s – Upper North (Division 2)
WPHC 4/84 lost to Castle Hill Thunder 1/86 – our Girls batted well to get 84 in our 20 overs. Best for us was Lauren Kua 17 and Jyothi Krithivasa 16. In the bowling, the Thunder blew us away, getting the runs in just 8 overs with only Ashlie MacPhee making an impact with 1/25.
WPHC 4/116 defeated WPHC White 5/90 – the Reds consolidated their position at the top of the table with a solid win against our Whites. Jess Phillips is showing her consistency with a top score of 23 backing up from runs last match. Our total was helped by the 67 sundries that boosted the score in the 20 overs. Best for our Whites with the ball was Jyothi Krithivasan with 2/13.
In the run chase best for our White’s, Lauren Kua top scored with 15. The run chase though was brought down by Lauren who took the great figures of 4/21 in just 4 overs.
Registrations are open all season as we want as many girls as possible playing cricket. We are keen to encourage all the sisters, daughters, grand-daughters, nieces and any other relations or friends to sign up to play in either or both of these formats. If you are interested in playing then please contact Graham Chivers on firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0415 891 004.
Best performances from Day 2 of Round 2 are:
o Anthony Schramko – 61* (U16 Blue Vs Normo)
o Samarth Ganju – 52 (U14 White Vs Hornsby)
o Luc White 75 retired & Aidan Jackson 75 retired – (U14 Blue Vs Beecroft). The boys also put on a 3rd wicket partnership of 192
o Finn Eddington – 65* (U13 Red Vs Pennant Hills)
o Lachlan Edwards 50 retired & Jordan Netto 50 retired (U12 White Vs Kissing Point White)
A record also in our U16 White game Vs Mt Colah the boys had a record high score (9/430) for the U16s scored against them at Mt. Ku-ring-gai Oval.