Warwick Cricket Association president Ivor Hill (left) with Paul Cantwell and Jarred Collins who won the two Wanderers tour spots for 2010.
Warwick Cricket Association president Ivor Hill (left) with Paul Cantwell and Jarred Collins who won the two Wanderers tour spots for 2010.

Duo selected for Wanderers tour

WHILE winning an A-grade premiership for Wheatvale was exciting enough for Paul Cantwell and Jarred Collins on Saturday, there was more excitement that night when they won the two spots on the Wanderers tour of Queensland before the start of the 2010-2011 season.

At the start of this season, Brett McEvoy and John Cleary were the inaugural Warwick tourists with the Wanderers. Cleary had the chance to put on a large partnership with former Australian wicketkeeper batsman Ian Healy.

Warwick Cricket Association president Ivor Hill said the match committee chose the Wheatvale pair because of their potential and all-rounder performances during the season.

“Jarred is an attacking batsman and wicket-keeper while Paul is potentially the best all-rounder in town,” Hill said.

“Both form a partnership which we can build on with representative teams in the future. We have an unlimited pool of talent in Warwick.”



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