Deniliquin cricketing sensation Brenton Loudon was recently selected in the prestigious Northern Rivers Team of the Year.July 30, 2014 3:50am
Deniliquin cricketer Brenton Loudon has been selected in the prestigious Northern Rivers Team of the Year.
The hypothetical side brings together the best players from the Bendigo, Murray Valley, Seymour, Shepparton and Goulburn Murray competitions from the 2013/14 seasons.
Loudon had a breakthrough year with the Deniliquin Rhinos in the Murray Valley Cricket Association and attended a Northern Rivers Team of the Year function at Kyabram on Sunday.
The 19 year-old was picked in the side for his bowling accomplishments, picking up 38 wickets at an average of 10.34 and also scoring 201 runs at 22.33.
Out of the 12 players in the side, only Seymour cricketer Mark Nolan snared more wickets than Loudon in the past season.
Strathmerton star Luke Carter added another accolade to his legendary Murray Valley Cricket career by being named captain of the side.
Echuca all-rounder Taylor Beard was the only Goulburn Murray cricketer to be named in the squad after picking up a consecutive league medal.
Seymour District Cricket Association led the way with four players picked, while there was three from Cricket Shepparton and two from Bendigo District Cricket Association.
Northern Rivers Team of the Year: Matthew Pinniger, Travis King (Bendigo), Luke Carter [c] (Murray Valley), Paul Arandt (Seymour), Tyler Larkin (Shepparton), Taylor Beard (Goulburn Murray), Dean Fulco (Seymour), Matthew Rose (Seymour), Brenton Campbell (Shepparton), Mark Nolan (Seymour), Brenton Louden (Murray Valley), Mark Brown (Shepparton).
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