June 20, 2018 by admin
CRANBOURNE hopes its two big signings will be enough to propel it past last season’s third place finish in the DDCA turf 2 competition.
The Eagles should be stronger with both bat and ball, after signing former NZ under 19 representative Te Ahu Davis, as well as former West Gippsland Cricket Association best and fairest Ben Maroney.
Both come with big reputations, the 26-year-old Davis “taking a stack of wickets in England” and Maroney topping the batting averages in the WGCA.
Sadly for the club, Ross Woodall has taken an assistant coaching job at Casey-South Melbourne. Meanwhile, neighbour Lynbrook has poached Shane D’Rosario from Buckley Ridges as its new captain-coach.
He replaces Prabath Fonsenka.
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