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Kyabram juniors aiming for T20 premierships

Kyabram Cricket Club is chasing two flags in Cricket Shepparton’s junior T20 competition.

January 22, 2014 4:30am

Kyabram Cricket Club's Billy McLay, Charlie McLay and Luke Donnell will be in action on Monday when the club's Under-14 and Under-16 sides play in Cricket Shepparton's junior competition T20 finals at Deakin Reserve, Shepparton.


Kyabram Cricket Club will be chasing two flags in Cricket Shepparton’s junior competition when the club’s under-16 and under-14 sides compete in Twenty20 finals at Shepparton’s Deakin Reserve on next Monday’s public holiday.

The Kyabram under-16 side has won its way through to the final and meets Mooroopna in a day-night match from 7.30pm.

The under-14 side meets Kialla from 4.45pm.

The program of three finals starts at 2pm with Numurkah meeting Mooroopna White.

Kyabram will be defending its title in the under-14 section after being the first team from the club to snare a competition win in Cricket Shepparton in its debut season in the competition last year.

Under-16 side co-coach Nathan Pell said several players from last season’s title winning under-14 side had moved into under-16 ranks this season.

He said both the Kyabram teams were unbeaten in the preliminary rounds of the Twenty20 competition and would be hard to toss in their respective finals if they performed to their capabilities.

Pell has urged Kyabram Cricket Club supporters to attend the games and encourage the young players.

‘‘It’s a public holiday and we’d like to see as many people as possible there to cheer the boys on,’’ Pell said.

The club is looking at arranging transport to the games for anyone needing it and inquiries about this can be made by phoning 0477925107.

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