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The Cook Islands Cricket after school junior cricket programme has been hailed a huge success and will make for competitive junior cricket tournaments coming up in the school holidays.
After school cricket is set to take over the island on Monday afternoon July 8 when Cook Islands Cricket run their fun filled after school cricket programme at seven locations across Rarotonga.
There’s plenty of competition for the fastest under 19 and under 16 boy and girl cricket bowler with Rarotonga students showing some impressive speed in their bowling delivery.
Top bowler of the recent ANZ under 19 boys cricket tournament David Piakura puts his bowling speed to the test during Cricket Cook Islands launch of their ANZ sponsored speed radar gun.
Piakura joined Cricket Cook Islands corporate sponsors and partners for the launching of the radar gun on Friday and this week – Rarotonga youth will get a chance to test their bowling speed when cricket development officers Ronnie Forbes and Apii Mamanu visit colleges in the search of the fastest under 19 and under 16 boys and girls bowlers.
Corporate partners, sponsors and supporters of cricket in the Cook Islands put their bowling arms to the test yesterday afternoon for the unveiling of the bowling radar gun which will be put to use next week to find the fastest under 19 male and female bowler on the island.