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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10 JULY, 2017 | Indoor Cricket