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Derwent Valley and Highlands cricket results – Week 18

WEEK 18 RESULTS – FEBRUARY 24-25 LEADING into the last roster match of the year before the Southern Cricket Association finals, three players were at the top of the leaderboard for the New Norfolk and Derwent Valley News Player of the Year award. Mathew Burns from Gretna 1, Nathan Rice

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Gallery: New Norfolk v Montagu Bay in women’s cricket

THE New Norfolk Recaps met Montagu Bay in a women’s cricket gala day at Tynwald Park on Saturday. New Norfolk batted first and posted 126 runs on the scoreboard for the loss of just one wicket in its 20 overs. Montagu Bay reached the target in just over 15 overs

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Junior cricket results – February 16-20

NEW NORFOLKUnder-14 Boys (Sunday, Feb 18): New Norfolk 8/9 (6 overs) lost to UTAS Black 6/253 (30 overs). The young Redcaps were at Queenborough on Sunday playing one of the UTAS teams. UTAS batted first and smashed 253 in 30 overs on the small oval. Hamish Fraser and Benton Gray

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Derwent Valley and Highlands cricket results – Week 17

WEEK 17 RESULTS – FEBRUARY 17-18 NEW NORFOLK – 1st grade 50-Over format: New Norfolk 4/206 (20 overs) defeated Gurkha Legends 10/204 (46.2 overs). The Redcap 1 team was at Risdon Vale on Saturday for the game against the Gurkha Legends. The home team batted first, with the Redcaps having them all

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Gallery: Bothwell v New Norfolk at Tynwald Park

BOTHWELL and New Norfolk had a great game of Southern Cricket Association 3rd Grade cricket at Tynwald Park today, with New Norfolk winning by four runs. Bothwell batted first and had scored 231 at the end of its 50 overs. In very warm conditions, the Red Caps met the target

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Junior cricket results – February 9-13

NEW NORFOLKUnder-14 Boys (Sunday, Feb 11): New Norfolk 7/166 (30 overs) was defeated by North Hobart Red 3/269 (30 overs). Sunday morning saw the Under 14 Redcaps play North Hobart Red at the West Hobart Recreation Ground. The home team batted first and was hard to break through as it

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Derwent Valley and Highlands cricket results – Week 16

WEEK 16 RESULTS – FEBRUARY 10-11 NEW NORFOLK – 1st grade 50-Over format: New Norfolk 10/245 (49.3 overs) was defeated by Wellington 7/251 (47.5 overs). Another home game at Tynwald on Saturday saw the Redcaps 1 team host top-of-the-ladder Wellington. The home team batted first and saw in-form batters in Jason

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Junior cricket results – February 2-6

OUR Derwent Valley junior cricketers are back in action after their Christmas break. NEW NORFOLKUnder-14 Boys (Sunday, Feb 4): New Norfolk 8/52 (14.5 overs) was defeated by Cranes Combined 7/347 (30 overs) on Sunday morning at the Eady Street Oval in Glenorchy. The home team batted first and what a

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New Norfolk fields a band of brothers

IT was a special day for New Norfolk’s Under-14 cricket team today when it took to the field with four sets of brothers in the one side. Co-coach Craig Jones said the team had played with three pairs of brothers for most of the season but today’s squad took it

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Derwent Valley and Highlands cricket results – Week 15

WEEK 15 RESULTS – FEBRUARY 3-4 NEW NORFOLK – 1st grade 50-Over format: New Norfolk 1/190 (21.1 overs) defeated St Aidan’s 10/185 (44.1 overs). Hosting St Aidan’s at Tynwald on Saturday, the Redcaps 1 team bowled first and didn’t get a breakthrough with the opening bowlers. On came Josh Walsh who began

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Gallery: New Norfolk v St Aidan’s

New Norfolk Cricket Club hosted St Aidan’s in yesterday’s (Saturday) Southern Cricket Association 1st Grade encounter at Boyer Oval, winning by five runs. Check back later for Justin Benson’s weekly roundup. See more Derwent Valley and Central Highlands news online and read our print edition every second Friday, including the best

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Stage 1 cricket resumes for second half of the season

STAGE 1 cricket is the entry-level competition play. Each team faces 20 overs (120 balls) and each player faces the same number balls when batting (120 divided by the number of batters). If a player gets out they continue to bat with four bonus runs being awarded to the bowling

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