Well done to Heaton Intermediate girls for winning the national title – with Burnside West player Joey Hull. Four of Premier Men played for Canterbury A vs Otago A during the week, and two of Premier Men – Matt Parker and Harry Wilson, as well Friday night coach Matt Hay, have been selected for Canterbury U19’s – that in addition to the other CJCA representives from BWC and awesome effort!
This week our 2a side are at home at Burnside for the semi-final of the one day competition vs OBC so come down and support them. The rest of this weeks draw is here
Joey Hull (BWU 9) who plays for the Heaton Intermediate team who won the NZ Post national championship shield.
Jonathan Hull writes “Joey Hull was the keeper for the whole 3 day tournament, and is a BWUC team member. Heaton won all 5 games and it came down to their performance as a team against schools with stand out players.” Well done Joey and thanks for sharing your success with the club! If you want to read more about the match you can go Here
Kelvin who reports from his BWU 3 side that Easton Stock makes the honours board agains with 45*retired and MacKenzie Gilmore bowled for 32, well batted guys send in a picture next time was well!
Angus McIntosh tells me that the BWU9 girls had a great win against Tai Tapu as this team improves every week! Well bowled to Abby McKissock 4 overs 3/21!
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