Mixed results for White Knights Baldivis Cricket Club teams in grand finals


The White Knights Cricket Club had a successful 2017/18 season with three teams making the grand final.
Mixed results for White Knights Baldivis Cricket Club teams in grand finals
The White Knights Cricket Club had a successful 2017/18 season with three teams making the grand final.

THREE teams from the White Knights Baldivis Cricket Club competed in grand finals at venues across the Peel region over the weekend.

The Men’s D Grade team defeated Pinjarra by 71 runs and the Men’s E grade team defeated Mandurah by 51 runs.

Men’s F Grade team battled it out on the field with South Mandurah for the trophy but lost.

Club president Leigh McIntosh said he was incredibly proud of all the players for the way they had conducted themselves this season.

“This is a great club,” he said.

“It’s a very family centred environment, where people matter both on the field and off.”

McIntosh said the club would aim to provide the best possible equipment, facilities and social experiences possible for its members.

“We have a large membership base with more than 100 senior players and 150 juniors aged between 5 and 17, as well as a strong community presence and we are very grateful for the support we receive from sponsors like Peet’s Greenlea Baldivis estate,” he said.

“It’s been a fantastic season, and we’re obviously hoping to finish it off with some new silverware for the cabinet.”

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