Talented Hunter youth selected for elite cricket squad

THE Hunter Academy of Sport’s cricket talent development programs are in full swing as the youngsters involved prepare for their 2012 – 2013 cricket seasons.
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Girls squad co-ordinator Ross Dransfield and coach Fiona McKenzie are particularly pleased with recent progress.

The squad includes Sharni Barker (Mayfield West), Olivia Beck (Wallsend), Sian Keating (Holmesville), Amber Lawrence (Warners Bay), Kaliah Slade (Maryland), and Taylah Walton (Stockton).

Gary Pinches will continue as the head coach of the academy boys cricket squad and is supported by programme co-ordinators Steve Taylor (senior squad) and Jason McKendry (junior squad).

Aspiring cricketers in these academy squads include: juniors Grant Anderson (Swansea), Duncan Brown (Whitebridge), Cody Edstein-Boyes (Warabrook), Rhys Hudson (Eleebana), Patrick Huolohan (New Lambton Heights), Seb Lewis (Tighes Hill), Thomas McKendry (Kotara South), Wilson McTaggart (Cooks Hill), Zac Mace (Whitebridge), Sam O’Sullivan (The Junction), Ben Roberts (Cameron Park), Jason Sangha (Warners Bay), Alex Schmaler-Loomes (Belmont), Tim Studdert (Tighes Hill), Hamish Thomson (Merewether Heights) and Adam Winchester (Charlestown).

Seniors include Thomas Dwyer (Hamilton East), Harrison Hanlon (Lambton), Rhys Hanlon (Lambton), Laurence Kelly (Hamilton), Lincoln Melmeth (Wallsend), Sam Mostyn (Mount Hutton), Courtney Moulton (Valentine), Angus Norton (Redhead), Callum Single (Warabrook), Lachlan Taylor (Mayfield), Liam Taylor (Bolton Point), and Liam Wilson (Waratah) and Anthony Young (Barnsley).

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