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SENIOR GRAND FINAL REPORTS

B GRADE - As mentioned many times, B Grade had staged a wonderful turn around in recent weeks, when it looked certain that they would miss the finals altogether with a couple of games remaining. Now, a Grand Final berth awaited them against 2nd placed Mordialloc after they disposed of top team Hallam Kallora Park in the semi.

JUNIOR GRAND FINAL REPORTS

Our Junior section experienced another fine season overall, with 4 teams reaching their respective Grand Finals. All 4 were serious chances to bring home the trophy, with 17/1 & 17/2 finishing on top, with 15/3 finishing & 13/4 both finishing 2nd after the home & away season.

SENIOR GRAND FINALS

An overall successful Semi Final weekend for our Senior teams with 3 out of 4 winning through to their respective Grand Finals. The Turf 5 team witnessed one of the great innings when Beaconsfield's gun smashed 159 not out to put the game out of reach. We were far from disgraced and the team should hold their heads high after a great season.

JUNIOR FINALS

The BSCC Juniors finished off the season in fine style, with 5 teams winning their way through to the semi finals this coming weekend.

ALL PARENTS PLEASE NOTE THAT THE SEMI FINALS WILL PLAYED ON SATURDAY 3rd AND SUNDAY 4th MARCH

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Coach's Report for Season 2016/17

Firstly a big thank-you to Grant Hillman for giving me the opportunity to coach the Berwick Springs Cricket Club. Season 2016-17 from a coaching perspective was successful without winning flags. Success can be seen in many ways, from my point of view we were able to play in finals with 5 of our 7 senior teams and all three of our U17 teams. Many clubs that we compete against would be enviable of our season.

Local Man Crashes Junior Presentation Night

A local from the nearby under privileged community was seen sneaking into the Junior Presentation Night (impersonating an assistant coach) and swiping uneaten pies straight off the tables. He was possibly collecting them to take back to his accommodation facility.

Later on, he was pictured with our Under 13 Flag draped over his shoulders and by all reports he was enjoying himself just a little too much.

Dean Mason can be seen in the background calling for back-up to remove him, but he escaped with 32 meat pies in hand.

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