WINTER JOY FOR QUEENSLAND CRICKETERS

Clubs involved in the Queensland based Warehouse cricket league come from Bribe Island to Beenleigh and west to Ipswich with matches being played on grass wickets artificial surfaces.

 

Clubs involved in the Queensland based Warehouse cricket league come from Bribe Island to Beenleigh and west to Ipswich with matches being played on grass wickets artificial surfaces.

One of the clubs contesting the Warehouse cricket competition is The Lakes Knights Cricket Club. Their club president Clinton Keenan is involved making sure his teams have what they need to be competitive and in one of the teenage sides, his son, 13 year-old Bailey Keenan is doing particularly well.

Clinton and his son Bailey Keenan

So far this season he’s scored 272 runs at the outstanding average of 68 with a highest score of 100. Bailey’s team which plays in the under 14s league, is in the middle of their two-day final against Springwood Suns, the Suns scoring 184 batting first with each team having 70 overs to bat. In reply at stumps the Lakes Knights were 3-46, day two is this weekend.

CRICKET KNIGHTS Captain fantastic Clinton Keenan, fifth from left back row, is leading by example with some outstanding performances

I had a chat to Clinton and Bailey during the week and they told me me about their club and the competition they play in.

Interview & Story by John Alexander | Supporting Images sourced by Absolutely Famous.

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