Bradman Masters T20 Summary

22/02/22 Category: News Posted by:

After three days of round-robin competition, North East Victoria have emerged as champions of the second annual Bradman Masters T20 tournament.

An incredibly tight contest right the way through, North East Victoria, the ACT and Southern Highlands were all jostling for top spot right up until the final ball. Ultimately, the Victorians claimed victory on account of bonus points โ€“ awarded for every 40 runs scored and 3 wickets taken.

Mid North Coast came in fourth place, followed by Hunter Taverners.

As ever, the cricket was played in the best possible spirit and it was wonderful to see some familiar faces enjoying their time out in the middle.

All competing teams were treated to perfect cricket conditions across the three days; Bradman Oval and Chater Oval in Mittagong both in pristine condition thanks to the tireless efforts of groundskeepers, Phil Kerr and Matt Cupitt.

Trophy presentation (Photo: Veterans’ Cricket NSW, Facebook)

To that end, Bradman Cricket Officer, Jock McIllhatton along with Mark Coles, umpires Iain Greaves and John Burgoyne, along with the Bradman staff โ€“ all did a wonderful job to ensure the tournament was a resounding success.

Thanks to all teams involved and congratulations once again to North East Victoria we look forward to seeing you back at Bradman Oval soon!

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Full scorecards and results are available on MyCricket.

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