Teams set for season action
ATKINSON TO MAKE CAPTAINCY DEBUT
TOMORROW marks the official start to the cricket season with both second and fifth grades in action.
Second-grade will start their campaign at home against Kardinya Lakes.
Kardinya Lakes, new to second-grade this season, will be looking for fast points to get them underway.
Kwinana will be looking to forget a poor 2016-17 season and make their way back up to the top of the table.
Josh Atkinson will be making his captaincy debut with some good preseason form to continue on with.
Kwinana is new to fifth-grade and will be looking to jump-start the season with a win against East Fremantle at Henry Jeffrey Oval.
East Fremantle finished fourth in fifth-grade last season, but went down in the semi-final.
Marcus Draper and the team will be looking to take down a finals contender and get some momentum early in the season.
It has also been confirmed that Kwinana will have two one-day teams this season.
The highest of the one-day grades will be One-Day Cs. Cs will be captained by club coach Steve Nichols and will be looking to make finals again this season and go one step further to the grand final.
The second of the one-day grades will be One-Day Fs. David Langlands will be returning as captain and looking to get as much experience as possible into his young team.
The one-day grades seasons begin next week.
Club president Dave Abbott would love to see everyone involved with the club at the game tomorrow and invites the community to come down to Orelia Oval and cheer on the local lads and bring glory back to Kwinana.