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    Age group...

    Well, as you all know, they League season's at it's end and cricket's starting up yet again. I got a letter home not too long ago stating that I was a member of the Coffs Colts Cricket club in the 2008/'09 cricket season. It had the general questions like whether or not I would like to continue playing, and then the registration form. I have the choice to play for the under 13's cricket team again, or play for the under 15's side. The last day to sign up is on Wednesday this week and I was becoming indecisive on what grade to play in. Now, 13's is easier but I'll be the oldest person there by far and I'll be stuck training and versing crappy players. So really will not benefit from it at all. 15's however is much harder, I'll get a lot out of it, I'll play with my mates and get the chance to play 3rd grade and/or seniors cricket. So, my question to you guys is, should I take the easy way out and choose to play for the under 13's side again, or play in a much harder competition.

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    15s. You learn playing with older, more skilled blokes.

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    definately 15's play as high a standard as you can. Plus if your mates are playing 15's there's really no choice

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    15s for sure. Push yourself.
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    definetly 15's. you may struggle at first, but you will come out a far better cricketer at the end.

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    You should have come to rep trials today.

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    What about seniors?

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    Well. I signed up for the under 15's on Wednesday. Hopefully I go well enough in the nets to open the bowling. Should be fun though.



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