Tasmania has wrapped up its National Indigenous Cricket Carnival campaign in Alice Springs, finishing with three wins from seven games.
That meant the side finished fourth overall, with some excellent team and individual performances throughout the tournament.
Tasmania’s win’s came against South Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland which also included a bonus point.
Some of Tasmania’s best-performed players were named in respective Teams of the Championship, with Rhys Ward and Brodie Hayes named in the men’s team and Emma Manix-Geeves picked in the women’s.
Ward was rewarded for his outstanding all-round performance across the competition, taking 16 wickets to finish as the leading wicket-taker and scoring 148 runs at 21.14.
Hayes finished fourth on the list of overall run-scorers in the men’s division with 194 runs in seven games at an average of 38.80.
Playing for Victoria, Manix-Geeves was the third-highest run-scorer in the women’s division, scoring 182 runs from six games at an average of 60.67.
A great night at the National Indigenous Cricket Championship dinner. Rhys Ward and Brodie Hayes were given Black Caps and named in the Men’s Team of the Championship, and Emma Manix-Geeves was given a Black Cap and named in the Women’s team. #nicc @crickettas @HurricanesBBL pic.twitter.com/kutw5lg6it— Cricket Tas Pathways (@CTpathways) February 11, 2018
Full results from the NICC Men's division can be found here.