Thursday, January 14, 2021, 6:05 p.m.
From Coast Sport
The Tom Jervis Championship Winning Center returns to the Perth Wildcats.
Jervis retired and moved internationally after the 2018/19 season, but has since moved back to WA and entered quarantine in hopes of being ready for the Wildcats season opener.
Coach Trevor Gleeson said he expected it would be some time before Jervis was up to speed.
“It’s exciting whenever you can bring a three-time championship player back on the team. He knows our system, our culture and it should be an easy transition, « said Gleeson.
» His last game for us was the fourth game of the 2019 Grand Final, it was one of his best games and he has a big one Role played on the street in that win against Melbourne United.
« He’s the guy you want in the trenches because he gives the wildcats everything. We’re happy to have Tommy back and now we’re getting on with it work to improve your fitness again. «
Peel Thunder has appointed former Subiaco Oval General Manager Paul Lekias as its new CEO.
Jesse Wagstaff has been announced as the ninth Perth Wildcats skipper to replace Damian Martin.
Perth Glory will have to wait another four days for the season opener to play against Adelaide on January 20th.
Cricket Australia has vowed to investigate all allegations of racial abuse against Indian players during the SCG test.
The Mariners failed to achieve Subiaco-Floreat’s goal in WA’s premier cricket action.
The Wildcats season openers at the RAC Arena were canceled after the NBL was forced to rethink the schedule.
Former dock worker Hayden Ballantyne has announced that he will no longer be out for Peel Thunder in 2021.
The Perth Scorchers have booked two wins in a row after an 86-run win over the Sydney Sixers.
Masks are mandatory for the third cricket test between Australia and India at the SCG.
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