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By Peter Argent
Ebsary a World Cup T20 winner
Lauren Ebsary, formerly of Barunga Gap,
and the Commonwealth Bank Southern
Stars have back-to-back ICC Women’s
World Twenty20 titles after defeating
England by four runs in a nail-biting finish
which went down to the last over.
While Ebsary was not in the final XI for
the decider, she still had work to do as a
sub-fielder when Player of the Match Jess
Cameron was injured during the
England won the toss and elected to
bowl first at R. Premadasa Stadium in
Colombo, but the Stars’ top order stood up
to the English bowling challenge and
Australia finished its innings 4/142.
The Southern Stars kept the pressure on
England with the spinners doing the
damage and six runs required from the final
Ebsary, who has spent the Australian
winter playing for Middlesex in the UK, is
now preparing to lead the Scorpions in the
Women’s National Cricket League as
“For me, it is a great chance to lead
some really talented young players, and
help them get to the next step in their
careers; we have a very good vibe in the
team so I’m hoping for some strong
progress this year,” she said.
Jacobs fourth in Blight Medal
At the Adelaide Crows club champion
presentation on Friday night Sam Jacobs
further enhanced his credentials as the
leading young ruckman in the AFL.
He finished fourth behind back-to-back
winner Scott Thompson (112), Patrick
Dangerfield (101), and Rory Sloane (89) with
CMS Crow Bernie Vince, the 2009
winner, finished just outside the top 10 this
year. He was 11th with 63 votes.
Jacobs was also honoured with the best
team man award, noted for his second
efforts and ability to impact on a game in
Ardrossan export Jacobs was also
selected in the initial All-Australian squad,
but much to the surprise of his coach
Brenton Sanderson he didn’t make the final
Despite 16 points from Emma Langford,
Logan Thunder went down by two points to
the Townsville Fire in a low-scoring thriller
in the Women’s National Basketball League
season opener on Saturday evening.
The final scores were Townsville 63,
Langford and teammate Nat Taylor were
the most offensively dangerous players in
Adding to her shooting game, Langford
also grabbed five rebounds, affected two
blocks, was credited with a pair of assists
and grabbed a steal.
Equally, Adelaide endured a frustrating
two-point loss to Bendigo on home turf,
defeated 73 to 71.
Kelsey Ireland got just under three
minutes of game time, scoring two points
and being credited with a block.
Chad’s VIP grand final experience
Chad Read and his Walla-
roo Football Club teammates
watched the SANFL grand
final in style on Sunday.
They joined the crowd of
more than 30,000 people to
witness the match between
Norwood and West Adelaide
at AAMI Stadium.
Chad was one of 14 chil-
dren from around the state to
win a VIP grand final experi-
ence for his team.
“It was a great day, the
weather was really good and
the kids were excited and real-
ly well behaved even on the
bus there and back,” Chad’s
father Kym said.
“They were really excited
about the day but also being
The competition was a
partnership between McDon-
ald’s and the SANFL to pro-
mote healthy and active
T GOOD TIME... Wallaroo Football Club parents, coaches and players
at the SANFL grand final on Sunday. Back: Kym Read, Dick Penhall,
Dianne Marner, Darren Price, Larry Secker, Gavin Branford, Mark
Depledge; middle: Jonte Hunter-Price, Xavier Marks, Ethan Trott, Dylan
Niotis, Kayne Secker, Thomas Depledge, Angus Hunter-Price; front:
Jayden Trott, Jacob Branford, Chad Read, Dylan Branford, Matt Borlace.
T FOOTY FAN... Wallaroo Football Club’s Chad
Read won tickets for his football team to
watch the SANFL grand final on Sunday.
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