Ben features in Western Waves honours

WEST WARRNAMBOOL cricketer Ben Threlfall was named Western Waves’ pathway player of the year at its 2013/14 season celebration in Hamilton on Sunday.

Threlfall made 169 runs at an average of 42 and took four wickets at the under 18 state titles in January.

His highest score at the championships was 62.

Threlfall played in West Warrnambool’s one-day and two-day division one premierships last Warrnambool and District Cricket Association season.

Mildura’s Makinley Blows was named female pathway player of the year.

Age group winners were Dennington’s Nick King (under 16), Merrivale’s Will Fleming (under 14), Mortlake’s Georgia Wareham (under 16) and Casterton’s Alyssa Humphries (under 14). 

Western Waves’ senior team of the year was officially recognised at the lunch. 

Grassmere’s Chris Bant was named captain and received the additional honour of being named in the Victorian Country Cricket team of the year. 

Threlfall made 169 runs at an average of 42 and took four wickets at the under 18 state titles in January.

His highest score at the championships was 62.

Threlfall played in West Warrnambool’s one-day and two-day division one premierships last Warrnambool and District Cricket Association season.

Mildura’s Makinley Blows was named female pathway player of the year.

Age group winners were Dennington’s Nick King (under 16), Merrivale’s Will Fleming (under 14), Mortlake’s Georgia Wareham (under 16) and Casterton’s Alyssa Humphries (under 14). 

Western Waves’ senior team of the year was officially recognised at the lunch. 

Grassmere’s Chris Bant was named captain and received the additional honour of being named in the Victorian Country Cricket team of the year. 

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