Macarthur too strong at U15 Boy’s State Championship

Macarthur too strong at U15 Boy’s State Championship

Macarthur has proved too strong at the U15 Boy’s State Championship going through the championship undefeated and amassing 111 runs in the rounds and only conceding 16.

It was left until the last games of the round to decide who would be playing Macarthur in the final, with Orange booking a place after defeating a strong Cumberland Nepean outfit 13-4. This was Oranges first final in this age group since 1989 where they went on to win the title.

The strong Macarthur team came into the final with hot bats and this continued until the last out of the final, Macarthur winning 11-0.

Congratulations to the Macarthur Team, team members were;

Hayden Dabelstein, Ben Durman, Matthew Eder, Jake Gleeson, Timothy Gleeson, Boston Lowe, Blake McIvor, Mike Noble, Connor Rochester, Riley Sutcliffe, Lachlan Wallis, Evan Wulff

Head Coach – Geoff Lowe, Assistant Coaches – Alex Cooper, Rachel Feeney, Scott Rindfleish, Manager – Matt Wulff, Statistician – Pauline Fickel

Each team nominated a MVP and the recipients of these were;

Cumberland Nepean – Brent Iredale

Georges River – Klay Kilpatrick

Macarthur – Boston Lowe

Newcastle – Zane Howarth

Orange – Caden Keed

Penrith City – Brock Beckwith

Southern Districts – Mitchell Cortis

Sutherland – Joel Byrnes

Final Placings

1st Macarthur

2nd Orange

3rd Newcastle

4th Georges River

5th Cumberland Nepean

6th Sutherland

7th Southern Districts

8th Penrith City