Cricket presentations

For the first time in the past few years, Two Wells Cricket Club fielded five teams in the Para and Districts Cricket Association, with three playing in the 2021 grand final.

The club held its end of season cricket presentation on Sunday, March 14, at Two Wells oval, where a pork and lamb on the spit lunch and salads was enjoyed by all.

All teams made the finals, with three to compete in the grand final (look out for a report next month).

The club’s men’s Grade 4 side are due to play Dublin at Dublin in the grand final on Saturday and Sunday, March 27 and 28.

These teams have met three times this season, with Two Wells the victor twice, so hopes are high for a win in this match.

The women’s team played in the grand final against Eyre Royals on Monday, March 8, but despite a gallant effort, didn’t take home the silverware.

Chasing a total of 167 runs in their allotted overs, the ladies had an interrupted match, running a batter short and one player retiring.

The girls battled it out but finished on 5/89.

The Under 16 team were due to play Salisbury West in the grand final on Saturday March 27.

Trophy Award Winners

Under 16

Most wickets (five) in an innings – Jarrod Presland

Bowling – Mitchell Boobyer and Samuel Harnas 16 wickets each

Team man award – Logan Bennier

Most improved – Aden Macpherson

Most catches (10) – Travis Robertson

Highest Batting – Samuel Harnas (767 runs)

Under 14

Bowling award Ethan Edwards 13 wickets

Fielding award – Harrison Devlin 12 catches.

Harrison also received the club batting awards, amassing an impressive season tally of 379 runs.

Blake Harris was awarded the fielding trophy, with 12 catches, and also jointly received the coaches award with Alex Daly.

Jacob Pellizzari took home the best team man award.


Fielding trophy: Blake Hamilton 11 catches

Bowling Trophy : Cooper Henwood 35 Wickets  and this included two lots of five wickets in an innings

Luke Warren two lots of five wickets in an innings

Batting Trophy: Luke Harris 475 runs


Batting Trophy –  Leanne Pool 130 runs

Bowling trophy – Kaylah Warren seven wickets

Leave a Reply