Kooringal Colts cricketers Kaitlin Logan and Perri Nash are through to the semi-finals at the national championships.
The talented pair are part of the NSW girl’s primary school team, that have made a brilliant start to the national championships in Western Australia.
NSW went through the opening five round games undefeated to reach the semi-finals on Wednesday.
Logan, who is captain of the NSW team, has made 93 runs for the tournament to date at an average of 23.
Her highest score of 43 came against South Australia on Sunday, where she also captured 3-9 with the ball.
The Ganmain girl has taken seven wickets at an average of six.
Nash has only batted twice for scores of 15 and one. She has taken four wickets with the ball.
Her best effort came in the win over Queensland on Monday when she returned figures of 2-19 from six overs.
Queensland were undefeated heading into Monday’s game, which NSW won by 16 runs.