Port Stephens Examiner

Wests and Easts claim outright wins as Norths beat City to jump to third

Michael Hartshorn
Updated February 8 2024 - 12:07pm, first published February 4 2024 - 10:02am
West pace bowler Harry King took 8-58 to tear through the Tenambit Morpeth batting line up.
West pace bowler Harry King took 8-58 to tear through the Tenambit Morpeth batting line up.

Western Suburbs and Eastern Suburbs claimed outright victories, but Northern Suburbs grabbed the lion's share of the headlines and third spot with a tremendous bowling effort to beat City United on day two of round 15 in Maitland first grade cricket.

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Michael Hartshorn

Michael Hartshorn

Senior reporter

Since starting in 1985 at the then Melbourne Herald, journalism has taken me around Australia from Victoria, to the Northern Territory, Cairns in Queensland and now Port Stephens. After all those years there is still something special about informing and connecting with readers.

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