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Under-17 National Championships Squads Released

August 27, 2019
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Under-17 National Championships Squads Released

Cricket Victoria has announced the final 14-player Country and Metro squads who will compete at this year’s Under-17 National Championships in Mackay, Queensland.

Victorian Metro U17 State Squad 2019

Given Name Surname Current Club YPL Cricket Area Skill
Max Birthisel Altona CC Western Metro LAFM, LHB
Henry Brown Melbourne CC Eastern Metro RHB, RAOS
Varad Chaudhari Point Cook CC Western Metro RAFM, RHB
Billy Cootee Northcote CC Western Metro RHB, RAM
Daniel Deasy Essendon CC Western Metro RAOS, RHB
Jack Ellwood Prahran CC Southern Metro RHB, WK
Jordan Hesline Parkdale CC Southern Metro RALS, RHB
Marcus Jackman Melbourne CC Western Metro RHB, RAFM
Campbell Kellaway Melbourne CC Southern Metro LHB, LAFM
Jagadeswara Rao Koduru Northcote CC Western Metro RHB, RALS
Darcy Munro Melbourne CC Eastern Metro RAFM, RHB
Angus Newman Dandenong CC Southern Metro RHB, RAM
Ben Sexton Prahran CC Southern Metro RAFM, RHB
Spencer Wood Camberwell Magpies CC Southern Metro RHB, RAOS

CA XI

Harrish Kannan Ringwood CC Eastern Metro LHB, LAOS/LAWS

 

Victorian Country U17 State Squad 2019

Given Name Surname Current Club Youth Premier League Region Skill
Evan Allaway Casey-South Melbourne CC Greater Southern Country LAFM, RHB
Raheel Bostan Dandenong CC Greater Southern Country LAWS, LHB
Josh Garner City United CC (Colac) Greater Western Country RAFM, RHB
Noah Hurley Collegians CC (Sale) Greater Southern Country RAFM, LHB
Seamus Keogh Northcote CC / Mildura Settlers CC Greater Northern Country RAFM, RHB
Daniel Lalor Northcote CC Greater Western Country LHB, RAOS
Reiley Mark Monash Tigers CC Greater Southern Country RAOS, RHB
Boopa Munasinghe Dandenong CC Greater Southern Country RALS, RHB
Nicholas Pastras Melbourne CC Greater Southern Country RHB, RAFM
Josh Pegg Golden Point CC Greater Western Country LHB, RAM
Tom Scott Geelong CC Greater Western Country LHB, RALS
Shobit Singh Casey-South Melbourne CC Greater Southern Country RHB, RAOS
Sean Van Wijk Frankston-Peninsula CC Greater Southern Country LHB, WK
Devlin Webb Frankston-Peninsula CC Greater Southern Country RHB, RAFM

CA XI

Liam Blackford Geelong CC Greater Western Country LHB, WK

The annual carnival pits the best young talent from each state against one another in a round-robin tournament, and provides an opportunity for players to showcase and develop their talent on the national stage.

Squads have been chosen following training sessions across winter, including sessions held at CitiPower Centre, which focussed on skills, scenario focuses, strength and conditioning, nutrition and sports psychology.

In addition to the Country and Metro squads, the Cricket Australia Under-16 XI, comprised of the best players in the age bracket below, will feature two Victorians – Harrish Kannan and Liam Blackford.

Cricket Victoria High Performance Head Coach Jarrad Loughman said there was a great volume of talented young Victorians seen though this season’s trials.

“It was very pleasing to see so many young cricketers showcasing their talent over the past few months,” said Loughman.

“The squads have been working hard over winter and the breadth of talent that we have seen from both those trailing for Metro and Country has been promising. It shows us that the future of elite Victorian cricket is in a good place.

“Congratulations to all selected. We can’t wait to see them get underway in September.”

Final squads will complete tournament-build preparations through September with training sessions, squad camp and team activities before departing for Mackay on AFL Grand Final Day.

The Under-17 National Championships will be held from Monday 30 September to Thursday 10 October in Mackay.

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