Lightning force

Competition. Hannah and Bridget Watling are no strangers to the cricket pitch. Picking up the bat and ball from a young age, the sisters have become representatives of the region. The Watlings will take on the Hurricanes Academy State Championships next month with the North West Lightning Under 17 girls side. Held from November to …

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Stellar start

BCL. The Burnie Cricket League is back with the Forest Stanley Demons and Smithton Stars taking on the competition. The Tall Timbers Forest Stanley Demons finished the 2017-18 A Grade season with a premiership victory while Perry’s Quality Meats Smithton Stars secured only one win and one washed out draw to finish at the bottom …

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Colts give it a crack

Recruits. The Circular Head Colts are preparing for another season in the Cricket North West competition and are on the look out for new teammates to join the crew. Taking on teams from Wynyard, Burnie, Ulverstone, Devonport, Latrobe and Sheffield, the competition is played along the coast on Sundays. This season, Circular Head will launch …

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Lightning players

Cricket. The Circular Head Colts is producing state level players.  Cooper Mallinson, Zac Spinks, Eli Bellinger and Jotham Saward will feature in the North West Lightning side in the Under 13 Hurricanes Academy State Championships starting next week. Zac, 12, started with the Marrawah Cricket Club Under 16 team when he was only seven years …

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Flinders Island fumbles

O/50. The Marrawah 50 and Over Cricket Club headed to Flinders Island last Thursday for the first time in more than three decades. In the final match of the season, the side combined cricket with tourism throughout the three day visit. In 1984, a time when cricket was quite buoyant on the island, Marrawah visited …

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Shamrocks claim cup, enter final

CHCA. Irishtown has won the Tall Timbers Twenty20 Cup title. The side met with Forest Stanley last Thursday in Smithton to contest the annual competition final. Irishtown took the bat in the first innings allowing for a strong start. Joel Keep (21) partnered with Zaryn Monson (40), who was named Player of the Tournament, to put …

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From dream to reality

Cricket. Former local Kayden Hine recently realised his ambitions of playing at international level. The 20-year-old last month returned from England after a stint with the Wellington Cricket Club in Division Three of the West of England Premier League. Growing up in Marrawah, Hine played with the Marrawah Cricket Club in the Circular Head Cricket …

1 year ago
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Marrawah’s season concludes

O/50. The Marrawah 50 and Over Cricket Club travelled to Richmond on Sunday to play a Richmond-Campania side and conclude the season.  Fielding first on a drizzly and damp morning, Marrawah dropped nine catches throughout the first innings however with the assistance of Brett McMullen (3/28) caught the opposition all out for 199 in 39 …

2 years ago

TC Blues triumphant

CHCA. TC Blues One has claimed Circular Head Cricket Association’s Grand Final, defeating reigning B Grade premiers Irishtown. Following the departure of two teams into the Burnie Cricket League at the start of the season, CHCA underwent a restructuring to combine the previous three divisions into one grade of six teams. Winning the toss, TC …

2 years ago

Not too bad Nicholls, Anderson

O/50. The Marrawah 50 and Over Cricket Club can attribute the fine play of Ronald and Haydn Nicholls and Bevan Anderson to the side’s victory last Sunday. Facing Hobart-based side, the Thylacians in Spreyton, Marrawah’s opposition batted first to record 138 runs from 40 overs. Ronald Nicholls kept the score to a minimum with his impressive …

2 years ago
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