Five teams from across the Thunder Nation received their medals for winning the Spring Competition of the Thunder Girls Cricket League.
The 8-week competition is run across the Thunder Nation and provides a pathway for girls in cricket. There were over 70 teams participating in the Spring Competition from Western Sydney and regional NSW, including Bathurst, Orange, Albury, Wagga, Dubbo, ACT and metropolitan Sydney.
Thunder player Hannah Darlington presented the players with their medals at Spotless Stadium.
|LEAGUE||AGE GROUP||WINNING CLUB|
|Hornsby Kuringai Thunder Girls Cricket League||U/15||Castle Hill RSL|
|Parramatta Thunder Girls Cricket League||U/13||Pendle Hill CC|
|Penrith Thunder Girls Cricket League||U/13||Glenbrook Blaxland CC and Springwood CC|
|Camden Campbelltown Thunder Girls Cricket League||U/13||Magpies CC|
|Bathurst Thunder Girls Cricket League||U/13||Bathurst Girls League|
Thunder are committed to improving pathways for girls in cricket. Late last year Thunder stars Rachel Priest and Sam Bates joined 65 girls from across Western Sydney for the inaugural Thunder Girls Challenge. The Thunder Girls Challenge will be running again early this year. Contact Sydney Thunder for more information.
Sydney Thunder tickets:
On Saturday Thunder face the Brisbane Heat in the first WBBL|04 semi-final. The 10:40am AEDT fixture will take place at Drummoyne Oval in Sydney's inner west. Tickets are on sale now, with adults $10, concession $5 and children free, with all proceeds from the ticket sales going towards Dolly's Dream.