The West – The Albany Junior Cricket Association has come away from the junior country week tournament with one title after winning the under-14 top division while also finishing runner-up in the A-section competition.

Summary

  • The Albany Junior Cricket Association has come away from the junior country week tournament with one title after winning the under-14 top division while also finishing runner-up in the A-section competition.
  • On Wednesday, Albany restricted Bunbury to 7-130 from their 50 overs and successfully chased down the target led by 71 from Noah Blight.
  • On the final day, Albany came up against Peel and recovered from 2-7 to make 7-199 batting first, with McNamara belting 83 and Blight adding 42 more runs to his tally.
  • Albany bounced back for a thrilling one-wicket win over Eastern Districts on Thursday led by Boston Cavanagh (3-19) and Aubin Spurr (74) before a 13-run win over Peel on Friday to claim second spot.


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