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The Rock-itt : February 2014
Now that the summer holidays are behind us the business of Finals comes firmly into the frame. Both Manly Warringah District and Warringah Shires Cricket Clubs are very much in the frame; both Clubs are a real chance in the Club Championship race and almost all teams are a real chance to make the final 6 by the end of the last round. There are however plenty of pitfalls ahead. Manly traditionally have been notorious with post Christmas blues, but it seems this year, with the Draw favouring them somewhat and with solid wins against Gordon and Blacktown in the last two weekends of One Day Cricket, it may just be the impetus they need. Warringah goes from strength to strength with a large player pool of willing and talented youngsters. With the rules of these competitions demanding that all players must have played a minimum number of games to qualify for the finals program, selection committees from both Clubs have their work cut out to balance the sides and still make sure that qualification for the various teams ensues. This is a tough time for players too, with the end in sight and perhaps missing out on being selected in the team that they have been playing in all year. With many senior players returning from injury, performances are all the more important. Many players have been getting away with average scores and indifferent bowling performances, and now more than ever it is time to really dig deep and compete. One of this round’s highlights was the debut century by Taylor Beatty in the Poidevin Gray victory over 1 st placed St George. Taylor Beatty’s all round performances this summer have been exceptional in 2nd Grade at Manly as has Nick McLachan in his first full season in 1 st Grade. Last weekend he snared 5-15 off his ten allotted overs in their victory over Blacktown and Matt Alexander also took 5-20 in a post injury come back match in 4 th Grade. Manly’s A W Green Shield side sadly only won 2 out of their 7 game season over the Christmas holiday period but there are some really good signs for the future as many of the young men playing this summer will be available for selection next summer. These are the young men who have represented the Northern Beaches’ Premier Club this summer and those two wins do in fact provide valuable Club Championship Points to the Grade Club. Joel Wood Aiden Bariol Jake Carden Jack Pickering Joe Graham Alex Bain Ned Hole Isaiah Vumbaca Abhijeet Virdi Ned Healey Lachlan Kerr Glynn Archer Nick McLachlan Vs Gordon 2013 14 DEPRESSION IN MEN THERE IS HELP JUST REACH OUT Depression can take many forms major depression, psychotic depression, psychosis, dysthymia, bipolar disorder, and anxiety. We are here to help you, just call (03) 9810 6100 firstname.lastname@example.org
March Rock-itt 2014