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February 24, 2020
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PNG Cricketers Dominates ACCC Team

The International Cricket Council (ICC) East Asia Pacific (EAP) Men’s and Women’s Teams that will be competing in the 2018 Toyota Australian Country Cricket Championships (ACCC) in Western Australia, will be dominated by PNG Players after the squads were finalised last month.

The EAP Men’s Team will consist of 6 PNG players and 8 Vanuatu players. All the PNG players have already played for the Hebou PNG Barramundis, but Sese Bau and Damien Ravu will be making their debut in the ACCC.

The ACCC Men’s Competition runs from 5-13th January.

The EAP Women’s Team will consist of 8 PNG players, 4 Vanuatu players and 1 Samoan player.

All the PNG players have played for the City Pharmacy PNG Lewas, but Brenda Tau and Vicky Ara’a will be making their debut in the ACCC.

The ACCC Women’s Competition will take place from 7-13th January, 2018.

The ACCC is an annual tournament which showcases the best cricket talent from regional areas around Australia, with teams from all around Australia and from the East Asia Pacific region.

For fixtures, results, ladders and statistics from the 2018 Toyota Australian Country Cricket Championships, visit: www.countrychamps.com.au

Squads
EAP Men’s Team                                          EAP Women’s Team
Sese Bau- PNG                                              Brenda Tau- PNG
Damien Ravu- PNG                                      Vicky Ara’a- PNG
Kipling Doriga- PNG                                    Kaia Arua- PNG
Nosiana Pokana- PNG                                 Pauke Siaka- PNG
Hiri Hiri- PNG                                              Konio Oala- PNG
Jason Kila- PNG                                           Helen Buruka- PNG
Patrick Matautaava- Vanuatu                   Ravini Oa- PNG
Nalin Nipiko- Vanuatu                               Sibona Jimmy- PNG
Wesley Viraliliu- Vanuatu                         Selina Solman- Vanuatu
Joshua Rasu- Vanuatu                               Rachel Andrew- Vanuatu
Rinald Tari- Vanuatu                                 Leimauri Chilia- Vanuatu
Jelany Chilia- Vanuatu                              Judy Avok- Vanuatu
Williamsing Nalisa- Vanuatu                   FIlimaua Malotutoatasi Samoa

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