Well done and thank you to all players, parents and families who have attended the 3 trial sessions over the past three weeks.
A team of 13 boys will be selected to represent the North West Wizards at the Cricket Victoria state carnival
15th – 19nd January 2018.
At the conclusion of the 3 trial sessions, the following players are invited to continue in the trial process by participating in a practice match on 15th October 2017. These players are:
Please arrive at 8:00am for an 8:30am start at Cross Keys Reserve, Woodland St, Essendon (turf wicket). Approximate finish time is 2:30pm. At the conclusion of this practice match a squad of 13 players and 3 emergencies will be selected and posted on the North West Wizards website http://wizards.cricketvictoria.com.au.
Please wear your whites/creams and bring both spikes for turf and runners for synthetic wicket*. Bring your own drinks and lunch for the day, as well as a hat and sunscreen. There may not be a canteen or bar facilities available for the game. Parents may be asked to assist with umpiring or other duties for the match.
* Back up synthetic venue for the practice match will be advised should it be required.
All players not selected to represent the North West Wizards or participate in this practice match are strongly encouraged to continue in the trial process for the NWMJCA representative sides. For further details of the NWMJCA trail process please refer to the following website: http://nwmca.vic.cricket.com.au/
Please confirm your attendance for the practice match with Tony Marasco by COB Thursday 12th October 2017.
Wizards Coach – Tony Marasco 0403 297 046 firstname.lastname@example.org
Wizards Assistant Coach – Karl Mayne 0418 428 628
Wizards Assistant Coach – Griffin Sprague
The following 13 players were selected to represent the North West Wizards U/14 (Region 10) in the Cricket Victorian state carnival 16th – 20th January 2017 (last season). The boys finished Runners Up in the State Final to the South East Bayside Breakers,
Daniel Deasy (wk)
Coach - Tony Marasco
Assistant Coach - Karl Mayne
The U14 state carnival is an important step in the pathway to playing premier cricket, and more importantly, an opportunity to showcase your skills for consideration in the U/15 School Sport Australia National Championships (Controlled by SSV with assistance from CV). I recommend you visit the Cricket Victoria – Junior Pathways webpage for further information on the program, and where this seasons carnival fits in with the overall pathway to higher cricket selection;