State and Premier honors for Valley's Sean Sturrock
State and Premier honors for Valley’s Sean Sturrock
Sean is shown here on the right in his Melbourne gear, along with brother Cameron, who plays with Valley's Under 16s.
A spinner and more-than-handy batsman, Sean has also been selected in Cricket Victoria’s High Performance Academy – the organisation which has taken over from the Victorian Institute of Sport in helping turn out the State’s elite cricketers.
All of us at Moonee Valley wish Sean all the best with his career, which at Melbourne sees him rubbing shoulders in the Ones with Test batsman Brad Hodge and key Victorian quicks Shane Harwood and Mick Lewis.
Sean played his junior cricket at Moonee Valley from 1999 to 2004, playing 55 games for 434 runs and 46 wickets.
Younger brother Cameron is now making his mark with the Valleys, as an important player in the Under 16s.
While Sean is now playing his cricket at the top levels, he hasn’t forgotten his roots at Moonee Valley.
He’s regularly seen down in the nets on Friday evenings, sharpening up his cricketing skills with some of his Valley mates from his junior days.
Parents Garry and Pat are regulars at the Club on Friday nights and at our functions, and Sean was part of Moonee Valley’s big gathering for the Cup Day function.
We’re all very proud of Sean and his achievements, and the fact that he still calls Moonee Valley home.
January 14, 2008
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