Australian Under 19s headline release of ACT/Country NSW underage squads

13/05/17 Category: Blog, News Posted by:

Australian Under 19 players Jason Sangha and Ian Carlisle have headlined the release of the ACT/NSW Country Under 19 and Under 17 squads. Sangha, a class batsman from Newcastle, and Carlisle, a fast bowler from the Illawarra, were members of the Australian Under 19 squad which dominated the series against Sri Lanka’s Under 19s in Hobart last month.

There were also five players named last week in the NSW Metro Under 19 squad who played in that tournament, Param Uppal, Jack Edwards, Austin Waugh, Ryan Hadley and Ryan Hackney. Uppal and Edwards were named joint players of the tournament after both scored centuries.

The 20-player Under 17 ACT/NSW Country squad will be part of the National Champions in Brisbane during September and early October while the Under 19 Champions will be held in Brisbane during December.

State Talent Manager David Freedman said: “Both have age groups have strong Squads, with some outstanding fast bowling depth.” The Under 17s will be coached by former NSW fast bowler Mark Cameron and the Under 19s by former Tasmanian all-rounder Luke Butterworth.
Under 19 ACT/NSW Country Academy Squad
Name, Zone
Jason Sangha, Newcastle
Matthew Gilkes, ACT Southern
Tom Engelbrecht, ACT Southern
Blake Nikitaris, ACT Southern
Charlie Dummer, ACT Southern
Daniel Leerdham, ACT Southern
Raman Phoonie, North Coast
Tane Nunn, Illawarra
Jordie Misic, ACT Southern
Coby Cornish, Central North
Ryan Meppem, Central North
Avery Weilandt, Riverina
Ryan Peacock, Western
Jason Ralston, Illawarra
Ryan O’Beirne, Central Coast
Sam Skelly, ACT Southern
Tom Scoble, Central North
Flynn Parker, ACT Southern
Pat Montgomery, Central North
Hamish Starr, Western
Kaleb Auld, North Coast
Ian Carlisle, Illawarra
Under 17 ACT/NSW Country Academy Squad
Name, Zone
Brock Larance, Western
Callum Rainger, Central Coast
Dominic O’Shannessy, Southern / ACT
Esam Rahman, Southern / ACT
Glenn Winsor, Newcastle
Henry Railz, Western
Jack Allen, Southern / ACT
Jackson Gwynn, Central Northern
Jackson Korn, North Coastal
Josh Claridge, Newcastle
Josh Low-McMahon, Southern / ACT
Josh Staines, Riverina
Kaleb Phillips, Southern / ACT
Max harper, Riverina
Nick Clarke, North Coastal
Oliver Cronin, North Coastal
Ravi Wikramanayaki, Southern / ACT
Riley Gow, Riverina
Toby Gray, Newcastle
William Fort, Central Northern

The Bradman Foundation would like to acknowledge and congratulate three local Highland boys who made the NSW Country Academy Squads.

Charlie Dummer
Dominic O’Shannessy
Ravi Wikramanayaki

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