09 February - 23 February, 2011
By The Coach
This Sporting Life Junior Female Cricketers Score runs in Bali
tournament was run: pairings and tee times were arranged pre-hit off, with pairings sheets printed, scorecard labels
In a show of development of the game of Cricket in Indonesia,
printed and affixed, and score boards readied. Certainly
two matches were recently played in Bali between junior
one of the most professionally conducted junior tournaments
female teams from Makassar, Sulawesi, and hosts Udayana/
of any type of sport held in Bali!
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Badung Bali. Game one was a thrilling contest. Following the twenty over format, the host team set Udayana/Badung
As play progressed through the tournament, committee
109 to win after going all out for 108. The final overs of
members of the Bali Junior Golf Community located around
Makassar’s innings were nail-biting as they neared the host
the course assisted players by ensuring they understood
team’s total. However the visitors ran out of both overs and
(and followed) the tournament rules, as well as offering
wickets, failing to score the required runs and losing all of
encouragement to players. They also help looked for the
their wickets to also finish on 108, leaving the result a well-
odd lost ball or two!
deserved draw. Once the round was over, scores were tallied and In game two, also played on the Udayana Oval on the Bukit,
discussions were held about the tournament, with words
Jimbaran, the visitors this time batted first, making 5/124.
of advice offered by more experienced players to the
Udayana began well but failed mid-innings, losing a
juniors. it was time to tally up and turn the score cards in.
succession of wickets to leave them behind in the run-rate.
The Bali Junior Golf Tournament Committee was there to
The hosts finished with 3/112, leaving Makassar winners by
assist with any questions, add up and post scores on the
scoreboard as well as the web-site and make award presentations it was quite evident that everyone was
Although there was not a player of the series named,
appreciative of the opportunity to be part of the event. Stay
organizers commented on the efforts of Dewi Khariastini
tuned for details on Series 2, the next tournament of the
from the Udayana/Badung team. Her efforts in game one
Bali Junior Golf Community.
sealed the game for her team after she took five wickets and battered well in the final overs of her team’s innings.
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The Makassar team also visited Ubud on their tour, playing modified games against two teams from Gianyar. All in all,
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PGI Bali Junior Golf Tournament Over forty junior golfers recently took part in the inaugural event of the PGI Bali Junior Golf organization, with the Series 1 Tournament at the New Kuta Golf Course in Pecatu, Bali. The light rains that greeted players as they teed off at 7am soon cleared to allow the keen juniors to demonstrate their skills, vying off for prizes in divisions of boys and girls aged between 8 to 17 years of age. Although fun and participation was certainly an important aspect of creating the event for the organizers, they also ensured that a professional golf
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