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Tah Talk with Jay Lenton – Triple Header for a Worthy Cause

It’s all about the girls on Sunday when we host a triple header at Manly Oval, underlined by a very important and worthy cause.
Three T20 games will be staged at the same time as we'll be rattling the can for donations to the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF). Last year we raised $3000 and that amount – or hopefully beyond – is again our target for this wonderful cause.
Apart from the cricket, there will be face painting and hair spraying for the kids, a cake stall and a
visit from female cricket royalty, Australian star Alyssa Healy.
Alyssa will be there from 3pm to sign autographs and pose for photos and take a look at our first
grade side in action against Bankstown.
It’s a game we desperately need to win if we're to start a charge up the ladder in the second half of the season.
Brewer Shield gets the day underway at 9am followed by the seconds (12.15pm) and then firsts
(3.30pm) in the biggest day of female cricket on our calendar.
It’s all supported by our brilliant sponsor Cachet Group.
You can donate on the day or via this link—manly-cricket-nbcf-


A friendship Manly’s Annabel Hutt forged during the last English summer has led to outstanding all-rounder Kelly Castle joining us for the rest of the women’s Premier League season.
Annabel played with Kelly at Essex in the County Championship and sold her teammate on the idea of a post-Christmas stint on the peninsula.
A right-arm medium pace bowler and hard-hitting batter, Kelly captains Essex and the region’s
representative side, the Sunrisers.
She is staying with the Handley family, whose daughter Arabella plays Brewer Shield, and from all
reports is easily slotting into the northern beaches lifestyle.
We can’t wait to see her in action in the blue of Manly on Sunday.
Welcome aboard, Kelly.

It wasn’t exactly the start to the new year we were after when the men's campaign re-started last weekend.
Losses to St George in ones and threes, combined with washouts in the other grades, made it a day
to forget. But all that is behind us as we prepare to take on Sutherland in one-day fixtures this Saturday. We’re still missing a few players throughout the grades but have the depth to cover the absentees, so there can be no excuses.
We need to quickly regain some of the momentum we enjoyed pre-Christmas to ensure we stay on
top of the club championship table and in the finals hunt in all five grades.