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Victoria secure two titles at the Junior National Indoor Championships

Victoria have come away with two victorious teams as the Junior National Indoor Championships wrapped up in Mackay on the weekend.

It was an all Victoria affair in the Under-14 Girls division with Victoria Blue getting the better of Victoria White 117-83. Brylee Barker (16 runs, 2 wickets) and Olivia Thomas (14 runs, 2 wickets) were strong all-round contributors for Victoria Blue in the final.

Hailey Ferris was the Under-14 Girls competition leading player with 158 runs, 12 wickets and contribution of 15.13.

In the Under-15 Boys division, Victoria Blue were also narrow winners over Queensland 70-59. Jake Fraser-McGurk displayed his Indoor Cricket experience in the final with 21 runs and 2 wickets, while Jonathan D'Rozario chipped in with 3 wickets and 10 runs.

Victoria's Under-17 Boys team were narrow runners-up in their final against Queensland, going down 71-80 in a match that went down to the last over.

Mackenzie Harvey was the Under-17 Boys top ranked player overall with 183 runs, 12 wickets and contribution of 10.7.

Victoria's Under-17 Girls team also lost out to a strong Queensland team in their final 82-120. Alanah Mison made 15 runs and took 2 wickets for Victoria in the defeat.

Victoria's Under-13 Boys teams missed out on a grand final appearance, finishing 3rd and 9th respectively.

For a full wrap of results and statistics from the Junior Championships, click here.

This week Victoria's Under-21s, Lord's Taverners and Open Men and Women will take the court. Semi-Finals and Finals will be live streamed on Friday 14 and Saturday 15 July via the Indoor Cricket website or @CricketAusIndoor Faceboook page. 

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