Women’s Premier Cricket heads to Hamilton in Western Victoria this Saturday as the Bombers play a home T20 fixture against Dandenong at Melville Oval.
The match coincides with the 20 year reunion of the Hamilton Women’s Competition and is set to form part of a massive celebration of female cricket in the region.
Proceedings will kick off at 10:30am with the first ever under 17 female representative match between the Hamilton and Warrnambool Cricket Associations.
The Premier Firsts match will kick off at 3pm with plenty at stake as both sides vie for a T20 finals birth.
EMP has had a long association with the Western Country region, first playing a home game in Hamilton in 2005.
The region has produced a number of talented cricketers who have gone on to represent EMP in Premier Cricket.
The Bombers look forward to welcoming another Western Waves debutant this weekend with 14-year old Victorian under 15 representative Jess Field donning the red and black for the first time.
Not only successful when it comes to producing elite players such as VicSpirit and WBBL players Emma Kearney (Stars) and Georgia Wareham (Renegades), the Western Country region has provided opportunities for females of all ages and abilities and EMP is proud to be part of the 20 year celebration of female cricket in the west.
EMP v Dandenong
Saturday 3rd February - 3pm