Three more names have been added to the squad to play in Goulburn and four in Griffith as part of the Australian Cricketers’ Association (ACA) Masters tour of New South Wales from 9-11 March 2016.
The players will take on a representative team of local cricketers in two action packed Twenty20 games on Friday 11 March at Seiffert Oval in Goulburn and on Sunday 13 March at Exies Oval, as well as take part in a range of other activities.
|Player||Representation||First-class matches||International matches|
|Terry Alderman||Australia & Western Australia||245||106|
Australia, NSW & Sydney Thunder
|Sally Curry*||New South Wales|
|Brett Dorey||Australia & Western Australia||44||4|
|Matthew Elliott||Australia, Victoria & South Australia||214||22|
Australia, Queensland & Brisbane Heat
|Brett Geeves||Australia & Tasmania||41||3|
|Michelle Goszko**||Australia & New South Wales||39|
|Rodney Hogg||Australia, Victoria & South Australia||107||109|
|Jason Krejza||Australia, NSW & Tasmania||54||10|
|Stuart Law||Australia & Queensland||367||55|
|Jimmy Maher||Australia & Queensland||206||26|
|Greg Matthews||Australia & New South Wales||190||92|
|Wayne Phillips||Australia & South Australia||114||75|
* Only joining Goulburn tour
** Only joining Griffith tour
Joining the previously named squad will be Brett Dorey, Jodie Fields, Michelle Goszko and Jason Krejza.
Standing at 2.03m, Brett Dorey has always been a fast bowling force to be reckoned with. After a long stint away from the game, 38 wickets at 25.00 during the 2005/06 Pura Cup earned the Western Australian a call-up for the following ODI series, where he played four matches against South Africa and Bangladesh.
Former Southern Stars and Queensland Fire captain Jodie Fields represented Australia 108 times, amassing 1,742 runs, while causing constant damage with the gloves. She recently joined the Brisbane Heat in the inaugural WBBL.
It was Michelle Goszko that made women’s cricket history when she posted 204 on Test debut against England at Shenley Park – equalling the world record for the highest individual Test score. A Sydney grade competition player of the year, Goszko played for her state until 2011, when she called quits on a fantastic career.
Jason Krejza made waves when he debuted with figures of 8/215 on a spinning Nagpur wicket. Her went on to claim 12 wickets for the match and play eight Tests in his Baggy Green. Playing for both his home state of New South Wales and Tasmania, the off-spinner ended his career with over 200 wickets.
The Goulburn T20 match will commence at 4.00pm and Girffith match at 6:30pm, with both just a gold coin donation for entry.
The Attic, upstairs at the Astor Hotel
Thursday 10 March, 6pm for a 6:30pm start
Snacks provided / bar open
Followed by a Trivia Night downstairs at 8pm with Masters involved
Exies Bagtown Motel and Function Centre
Saturday 12 March, 7:00pm for a 7:30pm start
Continuous nibbles, families welcome
$30 adults, $15 children (under 18 years), under 12's free
Tickets available here - call 6964 2323 for more details
The Tours are supported by the Goulburn Mulwaree Council and Griffith City Council with assistance from the Goulburn District Cricket Association and the Griffith District Cricket Association.