Three young South Burnett cricketers have been selected to play for the Queensland U12s schoolgirls team following Wide Bay’s victory in the two-day selection championships played at the weekend in Brisbane.
The South Burnett Cricket Association’s 2012-13 season of one-day matches returned with a bang on Saturday with Kingaroy RSL and Murgon Crusaders scoring solid victories.
The South Burnett’s U19 representative team travelled to Gympie on Sunday for their first game of fixtures for 2012.
An exciting young cricketer made his A Grade debut for Murgon Crusaders on Saturday in Kingaroy … at the grand old age of 12.
The South Burnett’s cricket season roared into action at the weekend with a victory in the opening Goodchild Shield match and a round of T20 matches played at Murgon, Wondai and Kingaroy.
Spin bowler Freddy Davies will captain the South Burnett’s representative XI in their opening Goodchild Shield cricket match against Fraser Coast on Sunday.
Kingaroy Junior Cricket club held its sign-on day at the Lyle Vidler Oval clubhouse on Saturday morning.
Wondai bowler Dan Learmont has issued an early warning for season 2012-13 after picking up five wickets for the South Burnett XI in an easy victory over a Wanderers Club side in Kingaroy on Saturday.
Eighteen junior cricketers from Murgon and Kingaroy attended a free coaching clinic on Saturday as part of the Wanderers’ visit to Kingaroy.
South Burnett cricketers are looking forward to a pre-season one-day match against the Wanderers Queensland Club in Kingaroy tomorrow (August 25).
Kingaroy Services’ fast bowler Holly Ferling, 16, has been invited to join a training camp in Sri Lanka with the Australia’s national women’s cricket team, the Southern Stars.
Wondai-born cricketer Nathan Hauritz has failed to gain a contract with Cricket Australia for next year.
Not only was the Barambah Cricket Club crowned B Grade Champions, they’ve also taken a stand against violence.
Kingaroy cricketer Anthony Eden’s excellent season was topped off on Saturday night when he was presented with South Burnett trophies for topping the A Grade Batting Aggregate and Batting Average.
Impressive 16-year-old Kingaroy fast bowler Holly Ferling has made history by becoming the first female to win the Ken Mackay Trophy for the Queensland Junior Cricketer of the Year.
Talented women’s cricketer Holly Ferling, 16, starred in Kingaroy Services’ drought-breaking grand final victory over Murgon Crusaders at Lyle Vidler Oval in Kingaroy on Saturday.