Caringbah, Camden and Engadine crowned Weet-Bix Twenty20 Cup State Champions
Monday, 04 March 2013
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2012/13 Weet-Bix Twenty20 Cup U/16 State Champions, Engadine
2012/13 Weet-Bix Twenty20 Cup U/16 State Champions, Engadine
Jeremy Ng

The Finals of the 2012/13 Weet-Bix Twenty20 Cup were played last Sunday (March 3) at the Sydney Cricket Ground with Metropolitan Champions Caringbah Sports, Camden and Engadine going on to be crowned State Champions.

For the first time this summer, thanks to the outstanding support of Sanitarium, the Weet-Bix Twenty20 Cup was run as a State-wide competition, with the Metropolitan Champions taking on the Regional Champions at the Finals Day.

The results from the Finals were (region and junior association in brackets):

U/16s: Engadine (Sutherland Shire JCA) defeated Keira (Illawarra)

U/14s: Camden (Camden District CA) defeated Keira (Illawarra)

U/12s: Caringbah (Sutherland Shire JCA) defeated Eastern Suburbs (Hunter)

Cricket NSW Game Development General Manager, Cameron French, congratulated all of the finalists of a wonderful day’s cricket at the SCG.

“All of the teams who reached the Weet-Bix Twenty20 Cup Finals Day should be extremely proud of themselves. There was some terrific cricket played throughout the day and I am sure that this event will be something that the kids will remember for a long time,” he said.

Run by Cricket NSW, the Weet-Bix Twenty20 Cup is a junior competition for club teams in the U/12, U/14 and U/16 age groups. The competition aims to encourage enjoyment, maximise participation and increase spectator appeal, whilst allowing players to develop their skills, knowledge and instinct.

Close to 180 teams entered this season’s competition across NSW. Teams initially competed within their Association, with each Association Champion progressing to either the Regional or Metropolitan Finals.

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