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Manly Warringah Juniors Selected in NSW Boys Academy Squads

The Cricket NSW Metropolitan Boys’ Academy Squads for all age groups from Under 13s to Under 16s for season 2018-19 was announced on Thursday. Players went through the trial process throughout March, as well as State Challenges in Dubbo, DCA and Green Shield competition performances earlier in the season. Each squad will train throughout the...
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Ian Bird Photography brings 2017/18 season to life

Ian Bird Photography has once again captured all the important moments for the Manly Warringah Waratahs during 2017/18. Whether it was 5th grade doing their thing at Mike Pawley Oval, 1st Grade in a titanic T20 struggle at Manly Oval, or our Brewer and Green Shield teams looking for underage supremacy, Birdy was there to...
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Award winners honoured at 2017/18 Presentation Evening

Last Saturday night the TravelSIM Manly Warringah Waratahs held the 2017/18 Presentation Evening to honour those that performed at a high level throughout the season. Click here for all photo’s of the evening, courtesy of Ian Bird Photography. The evening was held at the Grand Ballroom at the Novotel Manly Pacific at Manly Beach. It...
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Peter Horton wins February Westfield Warringah Mall Junior Club Volunteer of the Month

We are pleased to confirm that Peter Horton from Beacon Hill Cricket Club is the winner of the Westfield Warringah Mal,l Junior Club Volunteer of the month for February 2018. Yes we are a little late in posting this but that doesn’t diminish Peter’s contribution to the Beacon Hill Junior club in anyway. In-fact it...
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From young, to old, to the grand final – 5th grade grand final preview vs. Parramatta

After only just scraping into the finals finishing the regular season in fifth place, the TravelSim Waratahs’ fifth grade team have also made the big dance, to round off Manly’s three sides who have made their way to the New South Wales Premier Cricket Competition’s grand final. The boys will take on Parramatta, who only...
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Minor premiers seek major status – 4th grade grand final preview vs. Western Suburbs

The TravelSim Waratah’s fourth grade side have the chance to show the competition why they are the reigning minor premiers in this weekend’s grand final against third place Western Suburbs. Finishing first past the post comes with its benefits, with the Tahs securing the sacred and beloved Manly Oval to play their grand final on....
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Local rivals meet at the big dance – 2nd grade grand final preview vs. Northern District

The TravelSim Waratah’s second grade side have proved themselves as one of the best sides in this season’s competition by booking their place in the grand final. After finishing in third place during the regular season, Manly will not have to travel far as they take on first place Northern District in the grand final...
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Lenton wins Solway medal as NSW Country / ACT Player of the year

TravelSim Waratahs 1st grade wicket-keeper batsman Jay Lenton has won the Solway Medal as the NSW Country / ACT Player of the year at the recent 2017/18 Season Gala awards. A few years ago, all NSW Premier Cricket players who came from NSW country areas became associated with the ACT Comets. The Comets were subsequently...
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Waratahs look for Grand Final births – Semi Final Teams 2nd, 4th, 5th Grade and Brewer Shield T20

The TravelSIM Manly Warringah Waratahs are primed and ready for a shot at the title with 3 teams looking to qualify for the big dance. With Grand Final births up for grabs, the selectors have named unchanged line-ups for 2nd and 4th grade, while 5th grade has called in the experience of Ross Trewartha to...
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Great performances keep hopes alive – semi-final preview

As we head into the semi-finals of the New South Wales Premier Cricket Competition for the 2017/18 season, the TravelSim Waratahs have stayed in contention after the quarter-finals, with second, fourth and fifth grade sides all progressing to the next stage. Second grade showed a dominant bowling performance in their quarter-final, getting Mosman all out...
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