Australian Pathway Cricket

Ritchie

aka Baggers
Staff member
Cricket Australia’s 2019-20 Pathways Rookie Squad.


Western Australia:
Cooper Connolly, Hayden Stumpers, Teague Wyllie, Luke Holt, Blair Walsh, Nathan Bothma

Tasmania: Nick Davis, Sam Wright, Cooper Anthes, Hunter Douglas-Wright

Queensland: Dylan Kritzinger, Jackson Sinfield, Toby Snell, Aubrey Stockdale, Stephan Muller, Josh Smith, Tom Balkin, Tom Whitney

South Australia: Carl Arnold, Max Kelly, Nick Stathoris, Harrison Lemmey, Tejas Gill

N S W: Aidan Cahill, Joel Davies, Ethan Deal, Liam Doddrell, Gaurav Dogra, Ethan Jamieson, Jackson Nisbet, Yash Patel, Nivethan Radhakrishnan, William Salzmann, Lachlan Shaw, Ryley Smith, Nicholas Toohey, Harrison Townsend, Jordan Watson, Patrick Xie, Jayden Zahra Smith


Victoria: Liam Blackford, Billy Cootee, Henry DeMattia, Vincent Huf, Marcus Jackman, Harrison Kannan, Campbell Kellaway, Daniel Lalor, Darcy Munro, Riley Mark, Ben Sexton, Shobit Singh
 
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Ritchie

aka Baggers
Staff member
2019/20 CA XI U17 Squad

Luke Holt (WA)

Nick Stathoris (SA)

Harry Lemmey (SA)

Teague Wyllie (WA)

Patrick Xie (NSW)

Liam Blackford (VIC)

Gaurav Dogra (NSW)

Joel Davies (NSW)

Luke Davies (QLD)

William Salzmann (NSW)

Tom Balkin (QLD)

Ethan Jamieson (NSW

Harrish Kannan (VIC)

Nicholas Toohey (NSW)
 
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Ritchie

aka Baggers
Staff member
Australian Squad for 2022 ICC U19 World Cup
Cooper Connolly (WA – Scarborough CC) (C)
Harkirat Bajwa (VIC)
Aidan Cahill (NSW)
Joshua Garner (VIC)
Isaac Higgins (SA)
Campbell Kellaway (VIC)
Corey Miller (NSW)
Jack Nisbet (NSW)
Nivethan Radhakrishnan (NSW/TAS)
William Salzmann (NSW)
Lachlan Shaw (NSW)
Jackson Sinfield (QLD)
Tobias Snell (QLD)
Tom Whitney (QLD)
Teague Wyllie (WA)


I expect those boys from WA,TAS and SA) to be the best performed red ball cricketers over their senior careers.
 

Ritchie

aka Baggers
Staff member
ICC U19 Men’s Cricket World Cup Groupings
Group A - Bangladesh, England, Canada, United Arab Emirates
Group B - India, Ireland, South Africa, Uganda
Group C - Afghanistan, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Zimbabwe
Group D - Australia, Scotland, Sri Lanka, West Indies

Australia’s ICC U19 Men’s Cricket World Cup Group Matches
Jan 14: West Indies v Australia, Guyana National Stadium
Jan 17: Australia v Sri Lanka, Conaree Cricket Center
Jan 19: Australia v Scotland, Conaree Cricket Center
 

Ljp86

Well-Known Member
Staff member
A good win by Australia, Wyllie scored an unbeaten 86 not out to lead Australia to Victory. Whitney took three wickets in a very good bowling display with Radhakrishnan picked up three wickets bowling both left and right arm off-spin. Sri Lanka also beat a spirited Scotland in the other Group D game.
 

Ritchie

aka Baggers
Staff member
Wyllie scored an unbeaten 86 not out to lead Australia to Victory.
Backed up what he preached. Anchored the boys home. There will be some nongs saying that is his 86 from 129 balls was too slow.
Radhakrishnan picked up three wickets bowling both left and right arm off-spin

While bowling with different arms is unique and quirky but is it going to get the kid more wickets. Now if he was able to bowl both finger and wrist spin then that is something else.
 

Ljp86

Well-Known Member
Staff member
Backed up what he preached. Anchored the boys home. There will be some nongs saying that is his 86 from 129 balls was too slow.
His innings was fine, just what was needed to keep the side going and get to the target,. The pitch wasn't that easy to bat on so can't fault the innings he put together.

[QOUTE=Ritchie]While bowling with different arms is unique and quirky but is it going to get the kid more wickets. Now if he was able to bowl both finger and wrist spin then that is something else. [/QUOTE]

It's certainly unique and gives him and the side a lot of flexibility during a game. Not sure whether it will be something he'll be able to persist with though should he get to the higher levels of cricket within the country.
 

Ritchie

aka Baggers
Staff member
Australia's inherent poor spin play has put our u19 boys in some strife, now needing to win their last pool game to reach the next round.

Does CA still send our 16/17s to play in local comps in the sub continent. That was a practical policy to improve the spin play of our best juniors. But has it had the desired affect. CA also built Indian -like practice decks at the Cricket Academy and hold (or held) annual spin camps. So why are we not turning our competent players of spin in red ball cricket.
 
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