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Ballina’s under 13 cricket carnival

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In it’s 23rd year, the Ballina event is a wonderful experience for these young players.

The results of day one saw Hawkesbury 9/146 defeat Brisbane North 10/105 in Pool A, Central Coast 8/232 defeat Metro South West 11/110 and Toowoomba 10/172 lose to Lismore 6/182 in Pool B.

Canterbury/Wests 11/160 lost to Newcastle  7/161 and Hornsby 11/158 lost to Tamworth 7/164 in Pool C and Bayside East Redlands 10/28 lost to Manly 3/247, while Hunter Valley 9/143 defeated Mid North Coast 7/142 in Pool D.

The home side also played in Pool A and lost to the boys from the south, Parramatta 2/97 defeated Ballina 10/89.

The carnival continues today. All results for all of the carnivals can be found on the Ballina District Junior Cricket Association website: www.ballinadjca.nsw.cricket.com.au.


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