GICC Round 2 Senior Teams

Written by: Scott Rojko

Hi GI’s,

All the best to everyone selected to represent the GI this weekend. Fantastic numbers and effort at practice this week across all sides. Keep up the great work working within all of the CV19 protocols which keep cricket up and running and everyone safe. If not sure, ask your teams nominated CV manager.

1st XI Wright Shield vs Richmond City (Away)
1 Tom McDermott ©
2 Lucas Skelton
3 Lachie Ferguson
4 Rohan Wight
5 Buddihka Sandawuran
6 Andrew Grubich
7 Dean Tuckey
8 Joel Liddle
9 Mitch Wolters ( 1st XI Debut 116)
10 Andrew Stolzenburg
11 Scott Gatehouse

2nd XI Thomson Shield (C TURF) vs Burwood @ Raven
1 Krish Paulpillai ©
2 Viv Buckley
3 Mitch O’Donnell
4 Mitch Horn
5 James Buck
6 Ben De Koning
7 Hamish Heath
8 Fred Parry
9 Mick Kinsella
10 Matt Sofoulis
11 Andrew Howell

3rd XI Merrell Shield (D Synthetic) vs Nth Balwyn
1 Will Trewella
2 Joel Tyquin
3 Scott Rojko
4 Cooper Rojko
5 Will McCormack
6 Toby Tribe
7 Dan Perree
8 Ryan Rezel
9 Oscar Mason
10 Luke Gatehouse
11 Ronan Shaw

4th XI E Synthetic vs Trinity [email protected] Howard Dawson
1 Marko Dordevic ©
2 Jono Wilson
3 Ben Curnow
4 Alex Mather
5 Jim Parry
6 Phil Mather
7 Hayden Joyce
8 Sanket Desai
9 Harsha Gunaratne
10 James Howell
11 Ethan Rocke

5th XI LOC2 vs South Camberwell @ Warner Reserve
1 Scott Rankin ©
2 Adam Lane (250th)
3 Peter Mulcahy
4 Michael Ventura
5 Justin Hendy
6 Stickers McRae
7 Simon Dumaresq
8 Jaime Gough
9 Mark Kump
10 Lachie Morrey
11 Paul Stewart

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