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With the new season comes the excitement and thrill of the 2018-19 Youth Premier League. Over the upcoming months, the Cricket Victoria YPL will be hosted at grounds across the state now at under-14, under-16, under-17 and under-18 levels. We have revised our junior high-performance system, so our 16 teams are playing more cricket than ever before but with less travel. The YPL concludes with the Youth Super Series which gives additional match opportunities for the outstanding performers. We are excited to develop the next crop of Australian superstars and the YPL and the YSS are great pathways for us to achieve this. I wish to acknowledge and thank the Premier Cricket clubs, affiliates and their representatives from across Victoria, whose tireless work to support the programs in the regions are crucial to the talent recruitment process. I would also like to congratulate this season’s young men and women representatives who are contesting the Youth Premier League. We wish you the best of luck in your pursuit of success but above else enjoy your cricket… play hard, play fair, and play brave.

ANDREW INGLETON CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER CRICKET VICTORIA

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Cricket Victoria Message 3

North-West Metro Wizards 12

Outer East Eagles

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U14 Male Fixtures4

Western Spirit 13

Southern Pioneers 23

Mackenzie Harvey feature 6

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Barwon 7

Steve Brodie feature 

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South East Bayside Breakers

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Central Highlanders 8

Travis Dean feature

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Mallee Murray9

Gippsland Pride

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South East Country Sharks

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Northern Metro Falcons10

Inner East Emus

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Bowler Welfare

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Northern Rivers11

Inner Sth East Scorpions20

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PLAY HARD PLAY FAIR PLAY BRAVE Congratulations on your selection for your team! Playing in the Youth Premier League is an exciting opportunity for you to challenge yourself and test your might against the best cricketers from around the state. It is important you enjoy the competition and make a positive impact on your team and your teammates both on and off the field. But above all else play brave. “Play Brave” is a phase that will be repeated many times throughout your cricket journey and your time around this game we all love, with your coaches, your teammates, and your family there to support you. For cricketers young and old, the notion of play brave can mean different things to different players. For the YPL, “play brave” is to encourage you to play your best and try your hardest, day in day out, week in week out, month on month, year on year with the enjoyment of the game which will drive you. Throughout this competition season there will be moments of brilliance, there will be times where you exceed your own expectations, and there will be times you may not have been to the standard you were expecting of yourself. The important thing to remember is to always make a total effort. Even when the odds are against you, look for how you can impact the game and support your team. Because one player can be a crucial ingredient on a team. But one player cannot make a team. For some the YPL will be a thrill of being involved with the elite junior cricket competition in the state, for your teams the goal will be progressing to the finals, and for others their strong performances may result in them being selected for the Youth Super Series and state team trials. But while a trophy carries dust, the memories you make during the Youth Premier League will last you forever. With that in mind, give it your all, enjoy your cricket and play brave, and all the best for the Youth Premier League.

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ROUND 1 - SUNDAY, 11 NOVEMBER 2018 10:00am Mallee Murray v 10:00am Northern Rivers v 10:00am Barwon v 10:00am North-West Metro Wizards v 10:00am (4th Nov) North East Knights v 10:00am Gippsland Pride v 10:00am Southern Pioneers v 10:00am Inner East Emus v ROUND 3 - MONDAY, 14 JANUARY 2019 10:00am Mallee Murray v 10:00am Western Waves v 10:00am Western Spirit v 10:00am Central Highlanders v 10:00am Gippsland Pride v 10:00am South East Country Sharks v 10:00am Southern Pioneers v 10:00am South East Bayside Breakers v ROUND 5 - WEDNESDAY, 16 JANUARY 2019 10:00am Mallee Murray v 10:00am Western Spirit v 10:00am Barwon v 10:00am Western Waves v 10:00am Gippsland Pride v 10:00am Inner South East Scorpions v 10:00am North East Knights v 10:00am South East Country Sharks v ROUND 7 - THURSDAY, 17 JANUARY 2019 10:00am Mallee Murray v 10:00am Western Waves v 10:00am Northern Metro Falcons v 10:00am North-West Metro Wizards v 10:00am Gippsland Pride v 10:00am Outer East Eagles v 10:00am North East Knights v 10:00am South East Bayside Breakers v

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ROUND 2 - SUNDAY, 9 DECEMBER 2018 10:00am Mallee Murray v 10:00am Western Waves v 10:00am Northern Metro Falcons v 10:00am Central Highlanders v 10:00am Gippsland Pride v 10:00am South East Country Sharks v 10:00am North East Knights v 10:00am Southern Pioneers v ROUND 4 - TUESDAY, 15 JANUARY 2019 10:00am Mallee Murray v 10:00am Western Waves v 10:00am Western Spirit v 10:00am Northern Metro Falcons v 10:00am Gippsland Pride v 10:00am South East Country Sharks v 10:00am South East Bayside Breakers v 10:00am Inner South East Scorpions v ROUND 6 - WEDNESDAY, 16 JANUARY 2019 2:00pm Mallee Murray v 2:00pm Central Highlanders v 2:00pm Barwon v 2:00pm Western Waves v 2:00pm Gippsland Pride v 2:00pm Outer East Eagles v 2:00pm North East Knights v 2:00pm Southern Pioneers v

AWAY TEAM Northern Rivers Barwon Western Spirit North-West Metro Wizards South East Bayside Breakers Outer East Eagles Inner East Emus Inner South East Scorpions Barwon Central Highlanders North-West Metro Wizards Northern Rivers Inner East Emus Southern Pioneers North East Knights Outer East Eagles Western Spirit Northern Metro Falcons Northern Rivers North-West Metro Wizards Inner South East Scorpions South East Bayside Breakers South East Country Sharks Inner East Emus

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ROCKETING ONTO THE NATIONAL RADAR AFTER SMASHING ENGLAND BOWLERS IN A TOUR MATCH, MELBOURNE RENEGADES TEENAGER MACKENZIE HARVEY IS LIVING HIS CRICKET DREAM. Harvey became the youngest ever KFC BBL contracted player when he was signed during BBL|07 as a replacement player for Renegades captain Aaron Finch, who was called up to the Australian One-Day squad.

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“It was surreal to be on the Melbourne Renegades roster last season. I’m a Renegades fan too, so it was like a dream come true,” Harvey said. After the 18-year-old blasted a quickfire 59 off 48 balls against the touring England one-day side in January 2018, shortly followed up by a classy 136 from 130 balls playing for Australia’s Under-19 side, Harvey has put himself on the fast track towards higher honours. While he didn’t take the crease during the Renegades final few games in BBL|07, the teenager enjoyed his time amongst professionals and the experiences that came with it. “Cameron White is someone I’ve always looked up to and grew up watching for Victoria and Australia, so to see how he goes about his training and match preparation was unbelievable,” Harvey said.

“I can’t wait to push for selection in the Renegades side this season.” With hopes of one day pulling on the Baggy Green, Harvey has also been signed as part of the Victorian Men’s Cricket Team’s new youth brigade for season 2018-19. “Playing for Victoria has been a dream of mine for a long time,” Harvey said. “I was ecstatic when I found out I got a contract for this season. It’s an incredible opportunity to keep developing my game and I’m going to make the most of it!” The South East Bayside product is still quick to remember the lessons he learned in the Victorian youth system and is excited for the new Youth Premier League. “Playing for the Breakers was some of the best times of my cricket journey so far. I was able to hone my batting against some of the best young bowlers in the country,” Harvey said. “The new YPL sounds like an exciting new venture, and I’m sure it will be great for future players coming through and their development. “Anytime you can play more games against elite competition will always make you better.”

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Barwon

HEAD COACH: CHRIS WILLIAMS ASSISTANT COACH: DYLAN SLATER TEAM OFFICIAL: T.B.C.

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Austin Harwood Colec Cricket Club All-rounder

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Campbell Snookes

Barwon Heads Cricket Club Batter

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Charlie Nelson

Newtown & Chillwell Cricket Club All-rounder

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Aanlin Cheeran

City United Cricket Club Batter

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Hunter Norman

Jan Juc Cricket Club All-rounder

10

Micah Robb

Colac West Cricket Club Batter

Angus Hastie

Newtown & Chillwell Cricket Club All-rounder

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Oliver Peake

South Barwon Cricket Club Batter

5

6

Angus Nelson

Newtown Cricket Club Bowler

12

7

Angus Cranny

Alexander Thomson Cricket Club All-rounder

13

Tom Patterson

Newtown & Chillwell Cricket Club Batter

Edwin Bain

Newtown & Chillwell Cricket Club All-rounder

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Henry Melville

Colac Cricket Club Batter


Central Highlanders HEAD COACH: GAVIN MACKAY ASSISTANT COACH: ANDREW WARRICK TEAM OFFICIAL: BRAD PEGG

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Levhi Givvens

East Ballarat Cricket Club All-rounder

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Liam Mason

Buninyong Cricket Club All-rounder

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Edward Gingell

Muckleford Cricket Club Bowler

9

Jackson Wadden

Riddells Creek Cricket Club Bowler

4

Leo Turnbull-Gent Golden Point Cricket Club Bowler

10

Lukas Pegg

Golden Point Cricket Club Batter

Harrison Sheehan Bowler

11

Wilhem Mackay

Gisborne Cricket Club All-rounder

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6

Jack Jeffrey

Mount Clear Cricket Club Batter

12

7

Will Lalor

Bacchus Marsh Cricket Club Batter

13

Samuel Lalor

Bacchus Marsh Cricket Club All-rounder

Rockey Hoey

Darley Cricket Club Batter

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Archie Lalor

Bacchus Marsh Cricket Club Batter


Mallee Murray

HEAD COACH: ADAM THOMSON ASSISTANT COACH: SHAUN MATTHEWS TEAM OFFICIAL: SHANNON BURTON

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Tom Stokes

Coomealla Wentworth C.C. Bowler

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Josh Atkinson

Mildura Settlers Cricket Club Batter

9

3

Sam Magnisalis

Mildura West Cricket Club Bowler

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Ethan Munro

Ouyen Rams Cricket Club Wicketkeeper

4

Riley Jobson

Nichols Point Cricket Club Batter

10

Jacob Hatcher

Swan Hill Cricket Club Bowler

Zac Tankard

Workers GG Cricket Club Batter

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Will Cooke

Cohuna United Cricket Club All-rounder

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Mitch Treacy

Nondesripts Cricket Club Batter

12

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Josh Goss

Mildura Settlers Cricket Club Bowler

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Montgomery Maloney Mildura Settlers Cricket Club Batter

Jack Sullivan

Mildura Settlers Cricket Club Batter

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Charlie Boulton

Nyah District Cricket Club All-rounder


Northern Metro Falcons HEAD COACH: DAVID KINSELLA ASSISTANT COACH: MATTHEW ROSS TEAM OFFICIAL: T.B.C.

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Alex Cole

Michael Siede

Nick Moylan

Mandiv Ruwanpathirana

Dominic Edwards

Naman Sharma

Ned Hargreaves

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Aryan Sharma

Ryley Bamford

Jack Atkinson

Jaxon McIntyre

Manav Kumar

Torren Arthur

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Northern Rivers HEAD COACH: NATHAN FITZPATRICK ASSISTANT COACH: ANDREW CHALKLEY TEAM OFFICIAL: PATRICK VAN DYKE

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Riley Moon

Mooroopna Cricket Club Bowler

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Declan Pearse

Bamawm-Lockington United C.C. Bowler

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Talon Wilson

Northerners Cricket Club Batter

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Archie Mason

Finley Cricket Club Bowler

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Will Gilmore

Strathdale-Maristians Cricket Club Batter

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Toby Travaglia

Bendigo United Cricket Club Bowler

Cody Thompson

Bamawm-Lockington United C.C. Bowler

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James Jarrett

Shepparton/Youth Club United C.C. Wicketkeeper

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Charlie Edwards

Strathdale-Maristians Cricket Club Bowler

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Jai Bailey

Tatura Cricket Club Bowler

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Kobyn James

Rochester Cricket Club Batter

Henry Edwards

Bendigo United Cricket Club Batter

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Xavier Austin

Bendigo United Cricket Club Bowler


North-West Metro Wizards HEAD COACH: TONY MORASCO ASSISTANT COACH: MITCH STEPHENS TEAM OFFICIAL: PARIS RAFFERTY

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Sam Duggan

Strathmore Cricket Club Bowler

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Zac Graham

Oak Park Cricket Club All-rounder

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Thomas MacKenzie Brunswick Cricket Club Batter

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Lucas McKinnon

St Francis De Sales Cricket Club All-rounder

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Andre Thomas

Gladstone Park Cricket Club Bowler

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Damon Hollow

Westmeadows Cricket Club Wicketkeeper

Ziggy Evans

West Coburg Cricket Club Bowler

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Gurbaaz Hundal

Craigieburn Cricket Club Batter

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Guntaas Brar

Aberfeldie Cricket Club All-rounder

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7

Declan Speirs

Aberfeldie Cricket Club All-rounder

13

Akshith Sriram

Youlden Parkville Cricket Club Batter

Bailey Toseland Dennis Cricket Club Bowler

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Charles Bolmat

Aberfeldie Cricket Club All-rounder


Western Spirit HEAD COACH: DANIEL HUTTON ASSISTANT COACH: HARSHARD DIXIT TEAM OFFICIAL: CHRIS HENNESSY

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Luke Henare

Sydenham-Hillside Cricket Club Bowler

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Cayden Rogerson

Eynesbury Cricket Club All-rounder

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Nick Schneider

Sydenham-Hillside Cricket Club Bowler

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Lachlan Fitzgerald

Deer Park Cricket Club All-rounder

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Ryan Cox

Keilor Cricket Club Bowler

10

Jack Boyd

Caroline Springs Cricket Club Wicketkeeper

Harrison Jamieson

Doutta Stars Cricket Club Batter

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Mitchell Jamieson Keilor Cricket Club All-rounder

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Reece Blackman

Caroline Springs Cricket Club All-rounder

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Yaseen Muntasir

Truganina Cricket Club Batter

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Ali Khan

Werribee Juniors Cricket Club Batter

Alexander Hatzoglou

Sunshine Heights Cricket Club Batter

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Arjun Sehrawat

Yarraville Cricket Club Bowler


Western Waves HEAD COACH: ALASTAIR TEMPLETON ASSISTANT COACH: NICK BUTTERS TEAM OFFICIAL: T.B.C.

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Oliver Martin

Hugh Fleming

Mortlake Cricket Club All-rounder

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Merrivale Cricket Club All-rounder

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Flynn Wilkinson Merrivale Cricket Club All-rounder

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Noah Dawson

West Warrnambool Cricket Club Bowler

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Simon Atkinson

Mortlake Cricket Club All-rounder

Aaron Schofield Donald Cricket Club Batter

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Kaidyn Weber

Mil Lel Cricket Club All-rounder

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Noah Greene

Wesley CBC Cricket Club All-rounder

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Harry Schrama

Allansfor Cricket Club All-rounder

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Harry Fisher All-rounder

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Connor Weidemann Rup Minyip Cricket Club All-rounder

Bodey Hosking

North Sportsmen Cricket Club Batter

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Homers Cricket Club Batter


A TERRIBLE CRICKET INNINGS, BUT A ROAD TOLL WE SHOULD AIM FOR. Last year, 259 people lost their lives on Victorian roads. Thousands more suffered serious, often life changing injuries. Together with Cricket Victoria and the broader Victorian community, the TAC is working towards our long term goal to achieve zero road deaths and serious injuries. This vision is called Towards Zero.

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EXCITED FOR THE FUTURE For over a decade Steve Brodie has been involved with junior cricket in Victoria, from being a parent watching his son go through the pathway, to now being a coach and administrator. But the Knights coach is excited for the upcoming Youth Premier League which he believes is going to help produce the next crop of cricket superstars. “The YPL is reflective of the way the cricket landscape is going,” Brodie said. “We need players who are multi-faceted, who can take the game on with both bat and ball, who are dynamic in the field and the YPL will teach players these skills... younger players will get to experience both formats of the game, the T20 and the longer format… it will be quite challenging but quite rewarding for them and really encourage them to play brave.” The YPL is promoting a mantra of ‘play brave’ for the entire season, encouraging players of all ages to believe in their abilities and to take their opportunities. Brodie has seen firsthand where this renewed focus will produce sensational cricket. “Naturally there is always a fear of getting out which may hamper these young players because they want to play well… the beauty of ‘play brave’ is the players get to go and play freely whilst taking responsibility throughout key moments of the match,” Brodie said. “As coaches we try and instil this attitude in them… where they don’t have that fear in their minds.” One of the positive changes for the YPL is having teams play more often against the elite competition. With the increase in match opportunities, Brodie believes this change will have a positive impact on the player’s development and confidence. “We get to spend more time with the kids now which is really exciting,” Brodie said. “Now in the YPL because there are more games and spaced over a longer period, if a player has an off day he can regroup reflect and come back and be a better player and perform better… this way they are not down on confidence for the rest of the tournament.” Confidence is crucial to any cricketer’s psyche no matter their age, their grade, or their skills. The YPL has introduced ‘player only’ zones at grounds to encourage players to enjoy their cricket and their time with their teammates without facing outside pressures impacting their cricket. “There is pressure internally but also externally from parents, grandparents, friends, people looking and watching which is only natural… now with these ‘player only’ zones in place, it will be just the players and our coaching staff,” Brodie said. “It gives us a space to sit and talk about what is happening on the field, what we can do next time in that situation, and it’s an athlete-centred approach... the new zones are going to be great for the player’s development and creating a positive environment.” The YPL season culminates with the Youth Super Series pitting the best players of the season against one another. “The Youth Super Series is where we get to see the best young players together as a team and gives them an opportunity to test themselves against the very best,” Brodie said. “This is a positive experience for the players because they get to see what they have to work on to get better as they continue to develop.” But at the end of the day Steve Brodie has loved his time being involved with helping to develop Australia’s next cricket heroes and can’t wait for the YPL to get underway. “Over the years I have develop my own skills set, I have broadened my skills as a person and as a communicator, but also as my skills as a coach. “I’ve got to not only coach some incredible cricketers but also coach against some incredible cricketers… I remember playing against Mackenzie Harvey, we had him out for five in a semi-final but dropped him, he went on to score 139… I look forward to seeing him play for Australia one day. “There are some who will be resistant to change, but they are all positive changes and I can’t wait for the YPL to get underway.”

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ONE THING IS FOR CERTAIN, TRAVIS DEAN IS READY TO SHOWCASE HIS TALENT ON THE ICONIC MCG IN HIS FIRST SEASON FOR THE MELBOURNE STARS.

“I knew I had the ability to make an impact in the shorter forms of the game and scoring a century against South Australia really instilled a lot more belief in myself and my game.”

For Victorian opening batter Travis Dean, the prospect of playing for the Melbourne Stars in BBL|08 is a massive step towards achieving another career goal.

The level-headed opening batsman also believes his opportunity with the Melbourne Stars will provide the perfect platform to plead his case for potential higher honours.

“I can’t wait to pull on the Stars guernsey for the first time and represent the biggest team in Melbourne,” Dean said.

“I can’t wait to test myself against some of the best bowlers from not only Australia but from around the world,” Dean said.

“I’ve played plenty of cricket at the MCG for Victoria in recent years, which has been a dream come true, but the thought of playing in front of a packed crowd for the Stars gives me chills.

“I’ll admit I might be full of nervous energy and adrenaline when I take guard the first time. Thinking about it reminds me of when I used to square up as a kid, I can’t wait to have that feeling again.”

“It’s been a whirlwind 12 months, but I’m excited for what this season and the future has in store.”

The former Western Spirit batsman remembers his time rising through the ranks of the Victorian pathway system fondly.

After bursting on to the scene in October 2015 when he became the first man to score an unbeaten century in each innings of his Sheffield Shield debut, Dean has continued to toil his craft for the Victorian Men’s Cricket Team against both the red and white ball. Not one renowned for his ability to score in a hurry, Dean was a revelation in Victoria’s JLT One-Day Cup side last season. “Playing in the one-day side was sensational,” Dean said.

“I loved my time with the Western Spirit. The comradery you build out on the field with teammates is fantastic and sticks with you forever,” said Dean. “Playing more games and spending more time at the crease against the best players of your age will only improve your skills as you grow and continue with senior cricket, so I’m excited for the guys coming through the YPL now and the opportunities ahead of them. “These players will be the next crop of elite Stars and Renegades players.”

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Gippsland Pride HEAD COACH: DEVIN POLLOCK ASSISTANT COACH: LACHIE SPERLING TEAM OFFICIAL: ROD POLLOCK

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Carter Davis

Garfield Tynong Cricket Club Bowler

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Tom Wrigglesworth Boisdale Briagalong Cricket Club All-rounder

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2

Patrick Ireland

Buln Buln Cricket Club Bowler

9

Matt Leong

Wy Yung Cricket Club Batter

3

Aiden Williams

West Bairnsdale Cricket Club Bowler

10

Josh Cope

Rovers Cricket Club Batter

4

Colby Montant

Lucknow Cricket Club All-rounder

11

Harry Hoekstra

Koonwarra Leongatha RSL C.C. All-rounder

5

6

Tristan Neaves

Maffra Cricket Club Wicketkeeper

12

Liam O’Connor

Western Park Cricket Club Bowler

13

Bayden Dowsett

Bundalaguah Cricket Club Bowler

Sam Anderson

Collegians Cricket Club Batter

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Jake Anderson

West Bairnsdale Cricket Club All-rounder


Inner East Emus HEAD COACH: MATTHEW WHITTAKER ASSISTANT COACH: LIAM SMITH TEAM OFFICIAL: T.B.C.

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Oscar Brown

Mont Albert Cricket Club Bowler

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Mitch Duncan

North Balwyn Cricket Club Batter - Wicketkeeper

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Jacob Whitehead Blackburn Cricket Club Batter

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Brad Oakes

Mitcham Cricket Club Batter

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Elijah Tsatas

Wesley College Cricket Club Bowler

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Ollie Will

Canterbury Cricket Club Batter - Wicketkeeper

4

Oliver Horlock

Vermont Cricket Club Batter

11

Pat Carroll

Kerrimur Cricket Club Bowler

5

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Henry Smith

Vermont Cricket Club Bowler

12

Darcy Gregory-Francis Kerrimur Cricket Club Batter

13

Jamie Shepherd

North Balwyn Cricket Club Batter

Vishwa Ramkumar

North Balwyn Cricket Club Bowler

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Nic Graves

Trinity Wilson Cricket Club Bowler


Inner South East Scorpions HEAD COACH: MARCUS BERRYMAN ASSISTANT COACH: DAVID WILLIAMS TEAM OFFICIAL: T.B.C.

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Marcus Wiseman

Toorak Prahran Cricket Club Batter

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Patric Schmitt

Mt Waverley Cricket Club Bowler

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Hugo Hughes

Malvern Cricket Club Wicketkeeper - Batter

9

Paul Parakilas

Murrumbeena Cricket Club All-rounder

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Tom Reid

Oakleigh Cricket Club All-rounder

10

Ashwin Mehta

Oakleigh Cricket Club Bowler

4

Finn Peake

Clifton Hill Cricket Club Batter

11

Harry Dixon

Toorak Prahran Cricket Club Batter

5

6

Jack Iverson

Oakleigh Cricket Club All-rounder

12

Jarred Smith

East Malvern Tooronga C.C. Batter

13

Charlie Graham

Toorak Prahran Cricket Club All-rounder

Aryan Mohan

Mt Waverley Mayfield Cricket Club Wicketkeeper - Batter

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Phoenix Chivers

Murrumbeena Cricket Club Bowler


North East Knights HEAD COACH: MAX SHEPHERD ASSISTANT COACH: NATHAN SCOTT TEAM OFFICIAL: BEN STEWART

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Jack Stewart

Wodonga Raiders Cricket Club Bowler

8

Jobe Kennedy

Yarrawonga Mulwala Cricket Club Bowler

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2

Will Noonan

Wodonga Raiders Cricket Club All-rounder

9

Will O’Keefe

Rovers United Bruck Cricket Club Batter

3

Vincent Chisholm

City Colts Cricket Club Bowler

10

Archer Scammell

Wodonga Bulldogs Cricket Club Batter

4

Tyler Nanson

City Colts Cricket Club Batter

11

Zac Fraser

Yarrawonga Mulwala Cricket Club Wicketkeeper - Batter

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Luke Grady

Rovers United Bruck Cricket Club Batter

12

Jack Fullager

Benalla Bushrangers Cricket Club Bowler

13

Kane Scott

Wodonga Raiders Cricket Club Batter

Will Ashton

Rovers United Bruck Cricket Club Batter

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Darcy Wilson

Rovers United Bruck Cricket Club Bowler


Outer East Eagles HEAD COACH: MATTHEW FOTIA ASSISTANT COACH: RICHARD ARMSTRONG TEAM OFFICIAL: T.B.C.

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Riley Weatherill

South Croydon Cricket Club Batter

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Max Parker

Norwood Cricket Club Wicketkeeper

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Daniel Roe

North Ringwood Cricket Club Batter

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Jake Mitchell

Eildon Park Cricket Club Batter

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Michael Yuan

Ringwood Cricket Club Batter

10

Gabe Lawson

Norwood Cricket Club Bowler

4

Will Bellingham

Croydon Ranges Cricket Club Batter

11

Cameron Storm

Montrose Cricket Club Batter

5

6

Benjamin O’Dwyer

Heatherdale Cricket Club Bowler

12

Daniel Meehan

Templeton Cricket Club Bowler

13

Kody Taylor

Ferntree Gully Footballers C.C. Bowler

Rory Harrison

Ferntree Gully Footballers C.C. Bowler

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Hayden Smith

Montrose Cricket Club Bowler


Southern Pioneers HEAD COACH: GERRY VAN DER NEST ASSISTANT COACH: DALE MYER TEAM OFFICIAL: T.B.C.

1

Trishane de Silva

Rowville Cricket Club All-rounder

8

Advit Sharma

Cranbourne Cricket Club Batter

23

2

Harkirat Bajwa

Bukley Ridges Cricket Club All-rounder

9

Ethan de Vries

Narre South Cricket Club Batter

3

Moomen Amin

Narre South Cricket Club All-rounder

10

Adam Snelling

Narre South Cricket Club All-rounder

4

Sai Sehgal

Lynbrook Cricket Club Bowler

11

Crandal Siegelwin Berwick Cricket Club Bowler

5

6

Arvindeep Chumber

Cranbourne Cricket Club Bowler

12

Jay Singh

Lynbrook Cricket Club All-rounder

13

Govind Nandini

Berwick Springs Cricket Club Bowler

Prabhav Mishra

Noble Park Cricket Club Batter

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7

Pratham Raje

Berwick Springs Cricket Club Batter


South East Bayside Breakers HEAD COACH: STEPHEN ZAYLER ASSISTANT COACH: JAMES GRAY TEAM OFFICIAL: T.B.C.

1

3

4

5

6

7

Xavier McGrath

Zac Grech

Charlie Davidson

Christopher Kellaway

Lewis Sellenger

Harry McKenzie

Harry DeMattia

Batter

Batter

Bowler

Bowler

All-rounder

Bowler

Batter

8

24

2

9

10

11

12

13

Henry Pearson

Nick Sharpin

Trae Love-Linay

Bishaal Gurung

Josh Finkelstein

Thivi Salwathura

All-rounder

Bowler

Batter

Wicketkeeper

Bowler

All-rounder

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South East Country Sharks HEAD COACH: TOM EWING ASSISTANT COACH: PETER HALL TEAM OFFICIAL: LUKE GANDY

1

Jontee Catterick

Carrum Cricket Club Bowler

8

Sam Gove

Flinders Cricket Club All-rounder

25

2

Tom Turnock

Pearcedale Cricket Club Bowler

9

Charlie Robinson-Cay Balnarring Cricket Club Wicketkeeper

3

Jaxon Binns

Upper Beaconsfield Cricket Club Batter

10

Matthew Rulach

Sorrento Cricket Club All-rounder

4

Zac Noble

Delacombe Park Cricket Club Batter

11

Abhisheik Sundararajan

Cranbourne Meadows Cricket Club Bowler

5

6

Ben Smith

Mt Eliza Cricket Club Bowler

12

Flynn Smith

Emerald Cricket Club Bowler

13

Harry Van Raay Mt Eliza Cricket Club Batter

Liam Walsh

Mt Martha Cricket Club Bowler

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Xander Buxton

Peninsula Old Boys Cricket Club Wicketkeeper


YOUTH PREMIER LEAGUE

PACE BOWLER WELFARE

PACE BOWLERS TO BE LIMITED TO

• U13

Four overs maximum each spell* & Eight overs maximum per match. Target 100-120 balls per week (match & training)

• U15

Allow 4-6 weeks gradual bowling preparation prior to the season. Five overs maximum each spell* & twelve overs maximum per match. Target 100-120 balls per week (match & training)

Over the past year our understanding of how workload may contribute to bone stress injury in young fast bowlers has advanced significantly. As a result the existing youth fast bowling guidelines have been refined. Consultation with State/Territory medical and fitness staff, as well as pace bowling coaches, has provided a clear Australian Cricket position. Below is a summary of the rationale to change and the changes themselves.

• U17

Allow 6-8 weeks gradual bowling preparation prior to the season. Six overs maximum each spell* & 16 overs maximum per match. Target 120-150 balls per week (match & training)

• U19

Allow 8-10 weeks gradual bowling preparation prior to the season. Seven overs maximum each spell* & 20 overs maximum per match. Target 150-180 balls per week (match & training) *rest between spells should be the same number of overs from the same end as the completed spell

MANAGEMENT APPROACH • Lumbar (low back) stress fracture is the most debilitating fast bowler injury and results in the most time missed due to any injury in young fast bowlers • Adolescence provides a “window of opportunity” to improve bone strength with consistent bowling through this period when bone is thought to be responsive to well-planned loading. This has potential to develop a stronger thicker lumbar vertebrae that are better capable of withstanding the loads of fast bowling • Cricket Australia research shows that the frequency of bowling sessions (more sessions per week and less time between sessions) increases the risk of developing a lumbar stress fracture. This appears to be a more prominent risk factor than the number of balls bowled • Sustained bowling over a prolonged period of time (e.g 3 months) without a rest period was is also a risk factor in the development of lumbar stress fracture

1. AGE

2. WORKLOAD

• Growing bones

• Understand

are more susceptible to injury • Spinal bones don’t fully mature until the mid 20’s

previous loads • Plan & Monitor

3. TECHNIQUE 35º

for each individual • Avoid large load spikes

Counter-rotation Greater than 35º is a risk

• The existing guidelines are complex and can result in young bowlers not getting the consistent bowling through a week that they require for their physical and technical development

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