Local Cricket articles

History makers: First school to win five titles in row

JACK HUDSON TRINITY College has made history by becoming the first school to win five successive Open Girls Knockout Cricket titles in a row. Trinity was relentless in its pursuit of the title, winning by 169 runs in the semi-final. Led by captain Isobella Nitschke (49no) and Alanah Gregory (47no), Trinity made 2/180 before bowling […]

Trinity seasons end in heartbreak

LIAM PHILLIPS IT was a disappointing end to Trinity Old Scholars Cricket Club’s season on Saturday as its Adelaide Turf Cricket Association LO 4 side, and its Para District Cricket Association LO 2 side, both came up short in their grand finals. In ATCA competition, Trinity was sent in to bat first by Pembroke Old […]

Bowlers dominate reserves grand finals

LIAM PHILLIPS THE Light Pass bowling attack carried their side to victory in this past weekend’s Barossa & Light Cricket Association A1-reserves grand final against Lyndoch, with four bowlers taking multiple wickets on the way to bowling out the Dockers for 111. No Lyndoch batsman was able to score more than 25, while six batsmen […]

Cockies crowned champions

LIAM PHILLIPS SANDY Creek successfully chased down Nuriootpa’s total of 115 to claim the Barossa & Light Cricket Association A1 two-day premiership on Sunday. The win is the first A1 two-day title in the club’s history after joining the Barossa & Light Cricket Association in the 2009-10 season following 51 years in the Para District […]