Five junior teams in the finals
Members of our Under 16 team after beating Sydenham-Hillside in the Semi Final. From left: Mick Bannister, Marcus Amad and Tom Ward (all partly obscured), Chris Stafford, Joe Carroll, coach Charlie Walker, Bede Gannon and James Miller. Below right: Chris Stafford starred with the bat.
Five of our Moonee Valley Cricket Club junior teams are in finals action this weekend. Good luck to all the players who are still in the race, and congratulations on wonderful seasons for all those who have not got through.
We would urge as many people as possible from our club to go along and support the players who are still competing in our Moonee Valley colors.
The details are:
Under 16s (C Grade) v Tullamarine. Playing at Hansen Reserve, Etzel St, Airport West. Melways Map 15, H7. Three-day Grand Final, 8.30am-11.30am each day - Saturday March 17, Sunday March 18 & Saturday March 24.
Under 14 Black (B Grade) v Taylors Lakes at Keilor Park Reserve South, Keilor Park Dve, Keilor Park. Melways Map 15, C5. Three-day Grand Final, 8.30am-11.30am each day - Saturday March 17, Sunday March 18 & Saturday March 24.
Under 12 White (D Grade) v Reds at Royal Park No. 2 oval, Flemington Rd, Parkville - north of tram line. Melways Map 2A, H3. One-day Semi Final, 8.20am-11.30am Saturday, March 17.
Under 12 Gold (F Grade) v Kensington at JJ Holland Park, Kensington Rd, Kensington. Map 42, J3. One-day Semi Final, 8.20am-11.30am Saturday, March 17.
Under 12 Green (H Grade) v Taylors Lakes at Ormond Park, Pattison St, Moonee Ponds. One-day Semi Final, 8.20am-11.30am Saturday, March 17.
At left: Ewan Greenfield and Mick Bannister listen in to the speeches at the end of the Under 16 game. Both played senior cricket that afternoon - in the Moonee Valley Eighths in the One Day Black NWCA Quarter Final.
Tom Ward (right) won our Chris Ayers Trophy for our best Under 16 player for season 2006/07.
Pictured here are three key members of our Under 16 team as part of our gathering after beating Sydenham-Hillside - (from left) opening batsman Bede Gannon, James Miller and team manager Rob Greenfield.
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