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CCCA

Following discussions with authorities, Executive of Cricket NSW (CNSW) and Executive of the Country Committee of Management, Cricket NSW has cancelled the Bradman and Kookaburra Cups for January 2020.

As all would understand, this decision has not been taken lightly. The conditions in our State are unprecedented, including the destruction of property and nature, mass evacuations of towns and the loss of loved ones.

CNSW takes pride in caring for our people, and this is one time where we could not guarantee the safety of players and their families. This includes the safety of travel of players and families throughout the State to Albury, the air quality once in Albury, the danger of impending fire threat while in Albury as well as not being able to guarantee a timely return to home ports from Albury following the tournaments.

Regards

Garry

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Kavanagh named in NSW Country Women's Squad

Tiegan Kavanagh has been selected represent NSW Country (Bush Breakers) at the Australian Women's Country Championships which will be held in Toowoomba in January.

It is the fourth time that she has represented NSW Country and the team will be looking to improve on last years performance where they were beaten in the semi finals.

The 24 year, who captained the Central Coast Rush in this years inaugural NSW Women's Regional Bash competition, spends her weekends playing for Wyong in CCCA Second Grade competition before opening the bowling for  Sydney in the Sydney Women's Premier Grade competition.

The Carnival will be played from 2-12 January 2012.

Full Squad

Bush Breakers squad

Name

Zone

Kate Jackson ( c )

North Coastal

Kira Churchland

Western

Sara Darney

Western

Sophie Heath

Greater Illawarra

Anita Handono

North Coastal

Tiegan Kavanagh

Central Coast

Joanne Kelly

Greater Illawarra

Synetta Manns

Western

Naomi McDonald ( vc )

North Coastal

Alana Ryan

Western

Kirsten Smith

Central Northern

Kellsie Turner

Western

Jackie Vickery

Central Northern

Catherine Wood

Riverina

Coaching staff

 

Neil McDonald – Coach

 

Carolyn Sheehan – Assistant Coach/Manager

Jessica Stoll – Physio

Central Coast in Under 12 Representative Final

The Central Coast will be looking to make a clean sweep of the Greater Hunter Area Under 12 Representative competitions when they host Hunter Valley in the one-day final at Adcock Park on Sunday.

Having already claimed the T20 title the Central Coast will enter the final as favourites despite suffering a loss to Hunter Valley last Sunday. This loss was the first loss the team, coached by Stuart Owen has suffered this season.

The Central Coast has been led by Koby Smith and Bailey Chapman who are the two leading runscorers in the competition whilst Chapman and Ryan Hooke have been leading the way with the ball although the strength of the team is the ability for all squad members to make a contribution when required.

The 40 over match on Sunday will commence at 10am.

Squad:

Coach:  Stuart Owen      Ph: 0418 677735

Manager:  Michael Wheeler

Aarham Shah

Terrigal Matcham

Alexander Jack

Narara Wyoming

Bailey Chapman

Lisarow Ourimbah

Beau Hanson

Lisarow Ourimbah

Charlie McKee

Kincumber Avoca

Darcy Brownlie

Wyong

Fletcher Gersbach

Terrigal Matcham

Harry Askey

Terrigal Matcham

Hugh Wheeler

Kincumber Avoca

Jack Fuller

Northern Power

Jacob Kellock

Kincumber Avoca

Koby Smith

Northern Power

Raj Sharma

Kincumber Avoca

Ryan Hooke

Warnervale

Sairam Patil

Wyong

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