Both­well gets cricket nets

The Gazette (Derwent Valley) - - SPORT - WADE GLEE­SON

IT may not be cricket sea­son just yet, but the Both­well Cricket Club has got­ten a big boost for the coming 2017-18 sea­son.

Dual cricket nets that have been in con­struc­tion in the past cou­ple of months have now been com­pleted.

Funded by the Cen­tral High­lands Coun­cil, the nets were built at the Both­well Recre­ation Ground just be­hind the new clu­b­rooms which were also re­cently opened.

Cen­tral High­lands Mayor Loueen Trif­fitt of­fi­cially opened the new nets on Sun­day.

About 25 peo­ple at­tended the open­ing, which was fol­lowed with a bar­be­cue lunch also at­tended by Cen­tral High­lands Coun­cil­lor Richard Bow­den.

The Both­well Cricket Club will again be lead by pres­i­dent Joey Eyles.

The club will again field two teams in the South­ern Cricket As­so­ci­a­tion and has be­gan train­ing on Sun­days.

If you would like to join the club, you can go to the Both­well Bucks Cricket Club Face­book page or call Eyles on 0439 639 445.

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