Cyclones go so close

Posted: 7am 22 Mar 2021

Peninsula Cricket Club’s Under 12 Cyclones team fell just short of victory in their first match on turf, against Burpengary earlier this month at Filmer Park. 

Both sides were level on runs scored after the first innings, but visitors Burpengary squeezed home by scoring nine runs more in the second innings. 

However, the Peninsula youngsters then had a rare opportunity to mix it with the club’s A graders after their match was forfeited!

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Bowler Cooper Brown is congratulated after taking a wicket.
Cyclones' Riley Edwards likes what he sees.
Bowler Cooper Mash
Jackson Mulhall and Henry Hamilton at the wicket
Brayden Levy behind the stumps
Spectators watching the action unfold.
Jackson Mulhall turns and walks off after being bowled
Fielder Isaac Brown
Scorers keeping an eye on proceedings
Isaac Brown in the field
Bowler Cooper Brown
Parents watching beyond the boundary.
Abhi Sharmi
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