September 24, 2020
South Burnett players are making their mark again this season in Wide Bay cricket.
Murgon player Jack Webber has been picked in the Wide Bay Under 14 boys squad which will play three games as part of Queensland Cricket’s “Pathway State Hub Challenge”.
Lochlan Burrows, Lachlan Cullen, Oscar Dioth and Braidyn Scott have been selected in the Wide Bay Under 13 squad for the Hub Challenge.
Details for these Hub Challenge games have not yet been announced.
In Under 21s, Trent Riddell and Tyler Heness have been picked in the Wide Bay squad which will be in action in Gympie on October 31.
And in the 10-round Lord Taverners Competition, Harry Sippel has been captaining the Wide Bay Junior Rep squad.
Round 4 of this competition, against South Brisbane, will be played in Gympie on October 4.
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The Masters Blasters junior cricket program will kick off again in Term 4 on Friday nights under lights at Lyle Vidler Oval in Kingaroy.
The eight-week program, which begins on October 16, is for boys and girls aged from 7-11.
It will run from 6:30pm-8:00pm.
Cost is $99, which includes a Kingaroy Junior Cricket shirt, and all equipment is supplied.
- More information is available online
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Applications are now open for cricket clubs to apply for equipment grants from the Grassroots Cricket Fund.
Grants of up to $2000 are available to cover the costs of playing gear for players who may not have the ability to purchase themselves, sanitising products and other necessary items for COVID-19 compliance.
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Both the South Burnett junior and senior cricket seasons are scheduled to start on October 10, with draws to be released soon.