Cavalier approach to cricket

SIGN ON: Cavaliers players enjoy a bit of barefoot bowls on their sign on day on Saturday. Photo: Derek Barry

SIGN ON: Cavaliers players enjoy a bit of barefoot bowls on their sign on day on Saturday. Photo: Derek Barry

The 2016-2017 Mount Isa Bell & Moir Toyota Cricket Competition is only a few weeks away and the Cavaliers team warmed up with a barefoot bowls and barbecue sign-on day at Island Bowls Club on Saturday.

The first game of the T20 season is on October 8 and Cavaliers president Nick Farquharson said the club was still on the lookout for new blood for the season.

“We lost a few players over the season break and looking for some new members to join our social team,” Farquharson said.

“We encourage any juniors (over 16) who are up and coming to the senior division to join the club.

“We’re looking for all rounders and anyone who wants to bowl spin, I’d be really interested to hear from them.”

Last year Cavaliers got to the semi finals and they were looking for a competitive start to the new season.

“We’re looking forward to a good season,” Farquharson said. “Hopefully we can make it to the finals, we’ve got the talent in the team to do it with 2016 player of the season Cory Martin.”

Cavaliers training is on Monday nights at Barkly State School cricket nets.

For more information contact Nick Farquharson on 0455 471 411.

Hopefully we can make it to the finals, we’ve got the talent in the team to do it - Nick Farquharson

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