Cane Toads nominate two

The Yarrabilba Cricket Association has confirmed that they have made two senior side nominations to participate in the 2020/2021 Logan District Cricket Association (LDCA) competition.

In a year that has been anything but ordinary plans originally in place by the Yarrabilba Cane Toads to build a following, and conduct a number of information and registration periods were forced to be cancelled. The association, believing that some of the difference between those who expressed an interest in playing this season way back in March and those who have registered was a direct result of not being able to push ahead with the planned days due to the global health pandemic.

Although it is widely known, and accepted by the Yarrabilba Cricket Association, that it is easy to fill in an Expression of Interest form, it costs nothing – whereas registration takes more time and actually costs. Which is why the Yarrabilba Cricket Association, a not-for-profit incorporated association, were still encouraged to have enough locals registered to nominate TWO senior sides into the upcoming LDCA 2020/2021 season.

With team nominations for the senior cricket competition due at Close of Business on Monday the Yarrabilba Cricket Association, who will be playing under their moniker of the Yarrabilba Cane Toads, nominated two teams for the competition. The first being a First Grade squad, playing in the competitions highest grade and who will call Beenleigh’s Doug Watt Oval* this upcoming summer.

Although many of these players have defected from other clubs to link with the Yarrabilba Cane Toads for the 2020/2021 season captain Nic Ferros bringing a band of players with him to continue their assault on the LDCA sides. Recently playing in their winter competition grand final the team will enter the LDCA competition in good form.

The second side entered by the Yarrabilba Cane Toads has been nominated in the lowest grade – still yet to be determined by the LDCA – this upcoming season and is a side more focused towards having fun, bringing new players into the game, for the older players who like to still pull on the whites, or younger players playing senior cricket for the first time.

In addition to the two sides playing in the Logan District Cricket Association’s 2020/2021 competition the Yarrabilba Cane Toads have also entered a team, sponsored by Alan Kuss from All Properties Group, entered into the summer competition for Last Man Stands Beaudesert which is the new exciting way to play cricket, played in Jimboomba each Sunday.

Training venue hopefully announced soon.

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* An agreement has been agreed in principle between Yarrabilba Cricket Association & Beenleigh CC agreement paperwork still to be completed.