Chevalier College Student Plays Cricket for Australia

Chevalier College Student Lauren Cheatle plays Cricket for Australia in Sri Lanka and Dubai

Chevalier College student and Bowral cricketer Lauren Cheatle was recently selected in the Commonwealth Bank Australian Shooting Stars squad which toured Sri Lanka in February. The team played two 50-over games, two practice Twenty20 matches and took part in specialised training sessions. All games were won convincingly and provided instrumental experience for all players. At just 16 years of age, Lauren represented the equivalent of an Australia A side (second tier). The Shooting Stars have just left for their Dubai Tour for two and a half weeks where Lauren will gain further practice against tough English Teams. Lauren’s list of achievements already stacks up well at her tender age. Not only is Lauren in the NSW Under 18’s Team, she is contracted with the NSW Breakers women’s cricket team, but is yet to play a match for them. On weekends, the Bowral teenager plays for the Campbelltown Ghosts in the Sydney-based first grade competition. Lauren was not only the sole girl in the Highlands under-16s representative team, but captained the side to a title. Lauren is hoping to use both the Sri Lankan tour and the Dubai Tour as a springboard to higher honours such as the NSW Breakers team and then one day, to play for Australia. To top off a fabulous start to the 2015 year, Lauren was awarded the Berrima District Sports Award (BDSA) for the 2014 Junior Sportsperson of the Year.

Information Courtesy of Josh Bartlett
Southern Highland News Fairfax Media
Jan. 16 2015 / March 2 2015

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