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The Rock-itt : October 2010
Mt Penang hosts Manly 1st & 2nd Grade trials in early September At the picturesque picket fenced oval at Gosford's Mt Penang complex, Manly's two top Grade sides, went head to head on Saturday 11th in glorious sunshine in a 40 over match designed to ensure all the best players got a thorough workout on turf for the first time this summer. On an excellent wicket both sides went at each other hard. Adam Crosthwaite scored 32, Nat Hill looked in perfect form with 54 not out and Mitch Cleary hit a stylish 58 before being out to his brother Shane before the innings closed with the score at 4-208. Dylan Marshall was the pick of the bowlers with 2 for 38 with young keeper Sam Webber taking two good catches. With Jamie Sullivan and Ryan Bonnor opening up the scoring was rapid but excellent bowling by Jimmy Munting including the second ball dismissal of Tim Cruickshank slowed the scoring but not enough to stop Ben King's side to pass the total with only 5 wickets lost and two remaining overs Jackson Bird bowls to Andrew Lindsay at Mt Penang Weldon Oval in September 2010 Pre season at Warringah Shires has been excellent with the changes to the Junior pathway being instigated. At the first pre season training session held at LM Grahams reserve because the Weldon nets were being renovated in conjunction with the Oval (pictured). Over 60 players trained hard, many of whom were Manly Junior Reps hoping to play a season on turf for their first time. Many of these players will be in contention for a role in the new 5th Grade Shires team to be captained by Doug McGrath. With trials against Manly on the 17th September early jostling for positions in the top teams has been intense and the Club looks forward to a good season despite being short of one Oval.