Gallichan wins NSW player of the week award

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Narara wicketkeeper-batsman, Pete Gallichan, won the Carlton mid-regional player of the week award after scoring an entertaining century against The Entrance on the opening day of their two day fixture (October 24 and 31).

Batting at number three, Gallichan found himself in the middle early on in the innings after opener Matthew Friend (7) was dismissed. Gallichan went on to score a stylish 154 runs, with his innings including 21 fours.

He was the common factor in a 60 run second wicket stand with Christopher Brockwell (38), and a 201 run, third wicket partnership with Daniel Beswick (81). Gallichan was eventually dismissed with the score on 301, with Narara fi nishing the day on 7-323 from 90 overs.

In reply, The Entrance was bowled out for 206, with Gallichan taking two catches. The Carlton Mid Regional Player of the Week award is presented to the player judged to have produced the most influential performance in a match across regional NSW.

Media release, Nov 4, 2015
Cricket NSW