Yeah, 120 isn't unreasonable. Cabinet is spot-on in terms of numbers in club cricket around here.
I went to Cape Town with our school's U13 side last April, and we were clocked on a speed gun. The fastest bowler was 106kph (66mph), which was around about where I expected him to be. I was very pleased with 97kph (60mph).
The fastest bowler in my club side to whom I stand up when required claims to have been clocked at 70mph (112kph), so it is worth remembering that if an average club keeper can stand up at that pace, it isn't all that quick, and wouldn't be enough to motivate a "pace program" or rep cricket here without control and other weaponry to go with it.
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