Four girls go to next level after third in NSW PSSA carnival

PERFECT TIMING: Kaitlin Logan, 11, and Perri Nash, 11, are off to take on the best primary school cricketers after impressing at the NSW PSSA carnival. Picture: Les Smith
PERFECT TIMING: Kaitlin Logan, 11, and Perri Nash, 11, are off to take on the best primary school cricketers after impressing at the NSW PSSA carnival. Picture: Les Smith

Four promising cricketers are ready to represent the Riverina against the nation’s best young girl cricketers.

Ganmain’s Kaitlin Logan has been selected in the NSW side while Wagga’s Perri Nash, Leeton’s Charlie Lamont and Hay’s Alice Caldow have been picked in the Invitational team to play at Barooga early next year.

It comes after the Riverina’s best result in the NSW PSSA carnival were the girls finished third at Maitland.

TEAM EFFORT: The Riverina girls cricket team celebrates after finishing third in the NSW PSSA carnival at Maitland. It was their best result yet. Picture: Contributed

TEAM EFFORT: The Riverina girls cricket team celebrates after finishing third in the NSW PSSA carnival at Maitland. It was their best result yet. Picture: Contributed

Kaitlin and Perri are Kooringal Colts teammates in the under 12s competition in Wagga are both are thrilled to have made it through to the next level.

Kailtin followed her older siblings into the sport and commits plenty of hours to it, playing in Ganmain on Saturdays as well as in Wagga with the Thunder Girls competition on Mondays and with the Colts on Friday.

Perri has a fine pedigree in the sport and is coached by grandfather Warren Smith.