Bradley Jurd Up and coming Bathurst cricket prodigy Ryan Peacock has been selected to play for the NSW Country Thunder team to compete in next month’s Under-19s NSW State Challenge.
NICK GUTHRIE and ALEXANDER GRANT WESTERN experienced their share of ups and downs from the Country Colts Championships.
ANDREW PARKINSON LAST summer Bathurst cricket talent Trent Copeland was New South Wale’s Sheffield Shield player of the season despite only playing five matches.
ALEXANDER GRANT A STRONG Bathurst contingent will aid Western in their bid for NSW Country Colts success.
ALEXANDER GRANT NEW junior cricket club Bathurst City Thunder will be making their debut appearance this summer, looking to give the city’s youngsters more chances to get into the sport.
WESTERN Zone chairman Dennis Cox says the premier league cricket competition isn’t dead, but “it has gone backwards”.
SAM DEBENHAM Rugby Union Cricket Club all-rounder Ryan Peacock was given a nice reminder last month of the esteem he is held in at the higher levels after he was picked in a major academy squad for the 2016-17 season
SAM DEBENHAM After going through their last two seasons of the Mitchell Cricket Council competition undefeated, the Bathurst under 14s signed off in style by winning the Bradman Invitational tournament in Bowral late last month.