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Callum Morrissy shows great application to bowling, under the watchful eye of Firsts opening bowler Chris Pollock.OUR JUNIOR CLINIC - PUTTING ON A

SHOW AT ORMOND PARK


Ten senior players spent a productive Saturday morning with our Moonee Valley juniors on January 21, with an intensive skills clinic at Ormond Park.

Players ranging from our opening bowling attack for the Firsts, through to First Eleven keepers and our bowling coach Michael Ozbun were on hand to skill up our juniors across the range of cricket's disciplines.

All agreed it was an important link in helping our young stars of the future take their next step - particularly when it finished with egg and bacon rolls.

At left: Callum Morrissy shows great application to bowling, under the watchful eye of Firsts opening bowler Chris Pollock.

The senior players who imparted their skills were Peter Golding, Nate Wolland, Chris Pollock, Anthony Cafari, Dean Coxall, Michael Ozbun, Jack Newman, Alex Davidson, Simon Thornton and Director of Junior Cricket Channa DeSilva.

Club President Charlie Walker said the clinic provided an important bridge between the junior and senior sections of the club, and an excellent introduction for the up-and-coming young stars who want to go on to play seniors at Moonee Valley in the future.

"We hope that the boys can put the tips and training to good use and notch up some more wins for their team as we enter the second half of the season," he said.
****For more pictures from the clinic, click on this LINK

 

January 23, 2017
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