Cumberland Nepean get the U14 double

Cumberland Nepean get the U14 double

Cumberland Nepean have taken out both the Boy and Girls U14 State Championships held at Kelso Park Panania over the weekend.

Both teams went through the weekend undefeated with the girls dominate in all games and amassing at total of 102 runs for and only 4 against whilst the boys scored 56 runs for and 17 against. Strong pitching by both teams, backed up by solid hitting, was the key to success.

Cumberland Nepean defeated Macarthur 7 – 0 in the final and the boys were victorious over Southern Districts in a tighter game 8 – 5.

Boy’s Final Placings

1st           Cumberland Nepean

2nd          Southern Districts

=3rd        Georges River & Macarthur

=5th        Penrith City & Newcastle

7th           Campbelltown/Wagga Wagga

8th           Orange

9th           Sutherland

Girl’s Final Placings

1st           Cumberland Nepean

2nd          Macarthur

=3rd        Hornsby & Manly Warringah

=5th        North Shore & Wagga Wagga

7th           Georges River

8th           Penrith City

9th           Sutherland

10th         Campbelltown

11th         Sutherland

Each team nominated a Team MVP from their own team at the end of the weekend.

Boys

Campbelltown/Wagga Wagga – Austen Gooden

Cumberland Nepean – Dru Senituli

Georges River – Ethan Milligane

Macarthur – Domonic Palmer

Newcastle – Zinzin Aumoe

Orange – Matthew McKenna

Penrith City – Brodie Jessup

Southern Districts – Callum Lillyman

Sutherland – Luca Purvis

Girls

Campbelltown – Mikayla Tomlins

Cumberland Nepean – Angelique Iredale

Georges River – Aleah Fulton

Hornsby – Jennofer Honings

Macarthur – Ellie Hart

Manly Warringah – Ella Humphrey

North Shore – Milla Durnell

Penrith City – Kaila Webb

Southern Districts – Abbey Cortis

Sutherland – Chloe Lutke

Wagga Wagga – Makaide Gale

Congratulations to the 3 umpires who received their Level 2 Accreditation

Laura Devine (Manly Warringah), November Thompson (Hornsby) & Robyn Bailey (Penrith City)

Thank you to the hard working volunteers from Georges River who made the weekend the success it was.