FCJ College girls won the Victorian Year 9/10 T20 Blast last month.December 5, 2013 4:17am
FCJ College state champions, Natasha Blackburn, Bec Robinson, Sarah Osborne, Olivia Osborne, Emily Martyn, Rhiannon Teichert, Chelsea Mailer, Narissa Drane, Katey Pryor, and Alex Davies with Mr Gerrish (coach) and Mrs Chacko (assistant coach).
FCJ College is buzzing after its students won the State Year 9/10 T20 Blast (super eight) girls final last month.
The team travelled to the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Wednesday, November 27 to win the state championships in a competition with 127 other Victorian schools.
Emily Martyn opened the batting only to be bowled out for a golden duck on the first ball of the day against their Melbourne opposition.
However, after a slow start the FCJ College girls made great total of 184 runs, to win by 20 runs.
The team qualified for the competition after competing in the Girls MILO Cricket competition in term three.
Two FCJ College teams played in the competition at Seymour, however only one progressed to the next round at Werribee.
Due to inclement weather at Werribee, the team was forced to play indoors. However, the team was unfazed, winning all three of its games to progress straight to the grand final, where they triumphed by 32 runs.
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