Results from 2nd and 3rd November:
Under 17’s: Parkes Hawkes 0/39 in 4.5 overs (Hudson Hawke 25 not out and Hunter Hawke 10 not out) against Forbes Achesons was washed out. Parkes Bayliss had the bye.
Under 14’s: Parkes Sixes 3/108 (best fielders: Liam Moody and Conner Batt) defeated Forbes Bernardis 6/72 (best fielders: Doug Irvine and Sam Klingner). Forbes KMWL 91 (best fielders: Henry Hodges and Jasper Mackey) defeated Forbes Livestock 90 (best fielders: Hugh Mackey and Tom Cornie). Parkes Thunder had the bye.
Under 12’s: Walkers Ag N Vet 5/110 off 20 overs defeated Parkes Scorchers 4/60 in 20 overs. Hazell-Field Accountants 125 defeated Parkes Renegades 44 (best fielders: Riley Swan and Seth Tanks). Forbes Sportspower 86 (best fielders: Tom Glasson and Mitchell Smith) defeated Forbes Adept Plumbing 70 (best fielders: Demsey O’Connell and Matty Higgins).
Under 10’s: Rossers 9/48 lost to Clarkes 4/94. Morgans 50 lost to Dunfords 2/75.
Arrangements for wet weather/ changes of venue: The executive committee wishes to advise that if wet or inclement weather causes doubt about the playing of games or changes of venue, that decisions are made at 6:45am on Saturday morning after the Grounds Inspection Committee have checked the grounds. Announcements are advised on the Facebook page from 7am in relation to the playing of games and changes of venue.
The following players participated in representative cricket matches at Dubbo on Sunday, 4th November:
Under 16’s: Harry Bayliss and Ryan Dunn
Under 14’s: Ryan Dunford
Under 12’s: Harry Jones, Harrison Kennedy, Jack Milne, Ewan Moody, Maddison Spence and Tristan Ross.
Luke McDean of Forbes also played in the Lachlan Under 16’s team.