Local cricketers padded up on Sunday to raise money for the McGrath Foundation. They took part in the Cricket Australia and McGrath Foundation’s Pink Stumps Day.February 17, 2012 5:59am
Local cricketers padded up on Sunday to raise money for the McGrath Foundation.
They took part in the Cricket Australia and McGrath Foundation’s Pink Stumps Day.
Games of six-a-side cricket were played at Monash Park, Jerilderie.
Teams that competed in the day were Colony Inn Hotel, Googlies, Hammo’s Hitters, Sydney 6’s, Back2Back, Crazed Wombats, Logie Brae Legends, and Aussies.
Colony Inn Hotel came up against the Crazed Wombats in the Grand Final defeating, them 38 to 34.
In the consolation final, Aussies 33 def Hammo’s Hitters 29.
Other award winners were: Most wickets - Ross Holcombe (4); Highest score - Zach Taylor-Nugent (44); Best over bowled - Aaron Purcell (0/2); Most runs off over - Jason Sanderson (28).
A successful day was had by all.
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