On the 4th November 2012, the brave souls of the Primary Club of Australia faced up again against the Blind Cricket New South Wales at the grounds at Shore, Northbridge.
The important message of the day is not who won or lost but how the game was played. (The Primary Club lost again).
Unfortunately the original plan of scoring using a iPad didn't work so Graham from the Blind Cricket NSW kept score and kept it brilliantly. It was a close game.
Alas even after 30 overs a side .. the game came down the final ball, as long as the Primary Club ran 15 runs on it. They fell 12 runs short.
Below are photos from the day.
During Marathon Cricket 2011 over 2500 photos were taken over the two days. These photos included team photos, individual player photos, action photos that players will want to remember forever, action photos that players will want to instantly forget(!), photos from the Twenty20 match on Thursday evening, photos of the umpires and photos from the days.
These photos are now uploaded ... (visit the www.marathoncricket.com
The Marathon cricket website has small photos for you to download and send to friends via email.
Larger photos are available for purchase for a nominal amount.
If you have photos of the day and would be willing to donate them to the Primary Club for Sale - please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Official photographer (and Primary Club of Australia committee member).
One of the great joys of playing cricket for the Primary Club of Australia is the opportunity to play Blind Cricket against the Blind Cricket NSW team.
For those who don't know what Blind Cricket is - this link will explain the rules: WikiPedia Blind Cricket
This game was played on the 21 March 2010.