Super news for Louise
Norfolk Ladies' opening bowler, Louise Cadge,17, has been selected for the Junior Super Fours 2009. Louise was selected after having a successful trial at Trent Bridge last month.
Norfolk Ladies opening bowler, Louise Cadge (pictured above), from Wymondham, has been selected for the Junior Super Fours 2009.
She was selected after having a successful trial at Trent Bridge last month. The Junior Super Fours, like the senior format, comprises of the top 52 players in the under 19 age group in the country.
The players make up regional squads and compete against each other, in the hope that they can then make the grade for the national
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Louise, 17, who started playing at 13, is from a cricketing family; her father Mark and brother Steven also play. She is a regular player in Vauxhall Mallards III and is also a member of Swardeston Ladies.
She said: "I would like to thank everyone who has helped me over the years, specifically my mum and dad who have encouraged me.
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"I must also thank Steve Goldsmith who has helped me and guided me over the last few years."