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How I Got Into Cricket

KEELY STONE

Year 11 HPAP Student

How I got into cricket

I got into cricket through school, playing in the girl’s knockout cricket team. I got encouraged by Ms Wilson and Ms Lawson to join a club team, and then went to join one with 2 other girls that played in the knockout cricket team.


Why i love cricket

I love cricket because it is a fun and inclusive sport, I love playing with a bunch of the girls, it is a fun and good environment to be in and I was able to make new friends. I love playing the sport and it is something that I feel like I could never really lose interest in.


MY achievements

I have won the bowling award twice, once within my club and won the 2nd one for the whole 2nd grade SACA competition. I also won the Dot Laughton Award (SACA Award that displays cricket ability and positive club spirit). Throughout playing cricket my team and I have won 4 premierships, 3 in 40 over cricket and 1 in T20 cricket.


What is coming up this season

This season currently I am playing 2nd grade competition, due to Adelaide not having an A grade license, next year hopefully there will be an A grade side and there will be harder competition.

When winter comes around again indoor will start so fingers crossed the state trips can happen, and I am able to make the side.


What MY goals are and where to from here

My goals are to make the state indoor team for next year and hopefully the outdoor team as well. The goals as a team this year is to win the premiership again.

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