LOCAL junior cricket star Jemma Astley recently returned from a tour to India with the Australian indigenous ladies cricket team.
Nanjing Night Net

TOUR: Nelson Bay cricket star Jemma Astley recently returned from a tour to India with the Australian indigenous ladies cricket team.

The tour was a wonderful experience forAstley whoplayed six matches,winning one.Astleysaid she found the wickets tough going with very low bounceand extreme spin.Astley’snext cricket experiencewill be in Alice Springs for the Australian state titles in February. The all-rounder will represent NSW as well as lining up in the Nelson Bay competition.

Registrations are being taken every Friday at the Salamander Sport Complex from 5.30pm.

PORT Hunter Touch Association are gearing up for another busy season. On projected figures, the fastest growing touch association in the Hunter is on track to field 10 A-Grade teams, 12 B-Grade sides as well as 10 mixed teams.

Port Hunter Touch, based at Medowie,expect 150 juniors to register this year,keeping the hard working committee busy.The club will hold its registration days early in September.

FINGAL Bay RugbyLeague Clubmove into the preliminary semi final against Stockton after a comprehensive 30-10 victory over Dudley last Saturday.

The Bomboras showed great composure in the face of a physical confrontationand on the back of peneltiesmade the most of the ball to lead 14-4 at half time.

The hard working forward pack ledby players’player Beau Earl and second rower Jarrod Diemar had a fine game and finished with a four pointer.

The Bomboras will play Stockton at Lakeside this Saturday from 4pm.

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