Ghosts boast rep list as long as your arm

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Sarah Coyte leads the rep pack at the Ghosts

A host of Camden Campbelltown Ghosts cricket club players have won representative honours for the current summer season.

Topping the list is star Sarah Coyte, who has been named in the Australian Southern Stars team to take on Pakistan and the West Indies.

Damien Mortimer has been selected in the Australian Chairman’s XI, which will play against South Africa.

Claire Koski is in the Australian Women’s Indoor cricket team which will take part in the World Cup in New Zealand.

Abdul Hammeed Kherkhah will be a key member of Sydney Thunder in the Big Bash Series, while the top scorer in first grade this season, number three Ghosts batsman Ryan Gibson won selection in the NSW Futures League and NSW second XI teams.

Club secretary, Jason Ellsmore, said:

“The list is quite lengthy and one that we are very proud of. It seems to grow nearly every week as the elite squads for Cricket NSW are settled heading into National Championships.

“The success of our coaching staff should also be recognised for their hard work with the players.’’

Other Ghosts winning rep honours have included:

Joshua Clarke and Haylee Hoffmeister, NSW Indigenous Team, Cricket Australia Imparja Cup (Alice Springs);

Nicky Craze, NSW,U19 Championships, Adelaide (January 12-22, 2015);

Jordan Browne, Nicky Craze, Tylar Edwards, Mitchell McGrath and Max Moran, NSW, Under 19s State Challenge;

Lauren Cheatle, Clara Iemma, Hannah Trethewy, Belinda Vakarewa and Jodie Hicks, NSW, Cricket Australia U18 championships, Ballarat (January 14-20, 2015);

Kaelah Austin, Haylee Hoffmeister, Hannah Trethewy,

Jodie Hicks, Maeghan Robinson, Belinda Vakawera, Clara Iemma, Lauren Cheatle, Chloe Gray, Yardely Polsen, NSW Under 18 State Challenge;

Kaine Flynn-Duncombe, Jordan Gauci and Wallace Marshall, NSW, U17 championships;

Yardey Polsen, Tahlia Wilson, Naomi Woods and Jessica Langford, NSW, U15 Female Championships.



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