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SUSSEX UNDER-17s IN 2013

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Sussex under 17 Girls Shortlisted for Best Sports Team Award

The Sussex under 17 squad from 2013 are up for another award after winning the County Championship and the National T20 competition last year.
The team have been nominated and shortlisted for the Best Sports Team Award at the forthcoming Sussex Awards. These awards have been designed to celebrate what makes this such a great county to live and work in. There are eleven awards that cover all aspects of life in the area including arts, business and sport.
The Sussex under 17s won the Young team of the year award at last year’s Sussex sports awards to top off a great season.
Sussex Women & Girls Director of Cricket, Charlotte Burton Said, “The under 17 side had a fantastic year last year winning the Championship and T20 and it is great that the side are still being recognised for their achievements. The awards night falls on the same time as the current side will be involved in the T20 competition, but those who are not out of age group will represent the team at the awards evening.”
The Sussex Awards are held on Friday 30th May at The Hilton Brighton Metropole starting at 7pm.

Sussex Under-17 End of Season Awards

U17 Batting Award – Paige Scholfield
U17 Bowling Award – Tanya Wake
U17 Most Improved Player – Holly Tasker
U17 Players Player of the Year – Megan Janman
U17 Player of the Season – Freya Davies
The 2013 all-conquering U-17s team who won both the
County Championship and the County T20 Tournament.
In addition they carried off the Sussex Sports Award as 'Young Team of the Year'.
Interview with Paige Scholfield, Izzy Collis and Freya Davies   :   Tanya Wake rising Seaford Star
U-17 County Championship Stats  :    Batting   :   Bowling
Pictures from the Under-17s Season (Photo Gallery/Slide Show)
Sussex U-17s beat Lancs U-17s by 44 runs in the semi-final of the 45-over Championship.
and defeated Devon U-17s by 90 runs in the final.

Champagne flows as Sussex U-17s celebrate "doing the double" in the County Championship & the County T20

A powerful innings of 94 by Paige Scholfield placed Sussex U-17s in a commanding position
in the 2013 U-17 County Championship Final against Devon
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Bails fly as Sussex U-17 keeper Abi Freeborn appeals successfully for a run-out against a Lancashire batsman during the U-17 semi final clash between Sussex and Lancashire.

Players admire a team member's birthday cake

Birthday Girl

Miss Sharky joins the party

Martin Davies Match Report

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Paige Scholfield set the County
Under-17 T20 tournament alight
with three centuries in the four matches!
Her total run tally was 356, being dismissed only once. She also took 3 wkts for 14 runs in one of the matches.
Sussex beat Oxfordshire, Kent
and Essex (twice),
Paige scoring 134* in the final match.

Scorecards

Her innings were 105* (66 balls), 15 (8), 102* (72) and 134* (71), an over-all run rate of 164.
They included 56 x 4s and 8 x 6s

Martin Davies' review

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The successful Sussex U-17 team.  Photo © Mandy Davis
Back Row : Left to Right : Paige Scholfield, Bella Nixon, Lucy Knott, Kezia Barrett, Izzy Collis, Abbey Freeborn
Front Row : Megan Janman, Charlie Walder, Freya Davies, Lois Peake, Tanya Wake
Freya Davies Interview

Nine Sussex Players Selected for EWDP U19 Week 2013

 In the past Sussex have produced some very talented young cricketers to go on and play at the highest level, such as Sarah Taylor and Holly Colvin who started their career at junior county cricket before working with Keith Greenfield on the Academy and then being selected for England. Again Sussex continue to produce some more talented cricketers to follow in Sarah & Holly’s footsteps, with 9 players selected for the England Women’s Development Programme under 19 week, next week, held at Wellington College.
The EWDP week (formally the Junior super 4’s), see’s the best 36 U19 players from around the Country play in three teams where they will play against one another and a boys county side over three days in 50 over and T20 format. The nine Sussex players selected are,
Georgia Adams, Izzy Collis, Freya Davies, Abi Freeborn, Chiara Green, Izi Noakes, Sophie Parnell, Paige Scholfield and Rebecca Silk (reserve).
This will be Adams, Green, Noakes and Parnell’s final year in the EWDP U19s and they will be looking for a place in the England Academy during the winter. Sussex also produced three Under 15s, who were recently selected to take part in the EWDP U15 week, Ellen Burt, Anna Harris and Tara Norris.
Sussex Women’s Director of Cricket, Charlotte Burton said, “It is great that at Sussex we are still able to produce high quality and a good number of players at England level. It is all down to the hard work by the girls during the winter and the summer and their desire to play at the highest level. It is vitally important that we keep producing a good standard of players not just for England but to keep us as one of the leading Counties in the Country as well as helping the girls reach their dream.
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2013 Honours

U-11s - showed real improvement throughout the season.
U-12s - unbeaten all season.
U-13s - placed third in the County Championship and unbeaten during the Malvern Festival.
U-15s - National T20 runners up & 2nd in the Championship League.
U-17s - County Champions & National T20 Champions.
U-19s - Runners-up in Dubai ARCH Tournament.
Seniors - County Champions & National T20 Runners Up.
Three Sussex players and a former junior Sussex player were selected for the tour to South Africa in October 2013 by the England U19s.
They were as follows:
Georgia Adams
Freya Davies
Izzy Collis
and former Sussex player
Carla Rudd

Tour Scorecards

Players who have represented England

Helen Sharp - 1957/8
Barbara Pont - 1960/1
Shirley Hodges - 1968/9
Janet Southgate - 1976
Lesley Cooke - 1986
Joan Lee - 1986
Elaine Wulcko - 1987
Sarah-Jane Cook - 1990
Clare Connor - 1995
Arran Brindle - 1999
Kate Oakenfold - 2001
Alexia Walker - 2001
Mandie Godliman - 2001/2
Rosalie Birch - 2003
Holly Colvin - 2005
Sarah-Jane Taylor - 2006
Laura Marsh - 2006
Charlotte Russell - 2007
Georgia Elwiss - 2011/2

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