Eden cricketer Tyrone Thomas recently played for the Sydney Sixers in the Aboriginal T20 Cup.
Eden’s Tyrone Thomas recently joined the mostpromising Aboriginal cricketers from across New South Wales to play in the first Aboriginal T20 Cup in Orange.
Thomas showcased his skills in three T20 matches during a two-day carnival held at Orange’s Wade Park on Saturday and Sunday, November 7 and 8.
Cricketers from communities across the state were selected to represent the Sydney Thunder and Sydney Sixers Aboriginal teams.
Originally picked to don the green for the Sydney Thunder, it wasn’t meant to be and Thomas instead played for the mighty Sydney Sixes.
“The competition was all about promoting cricket and showing Aboriginal kids where they can go,” Thomas said.
“I was one of the oldest ones playing so it was great to be a mentor and give advice to the kids.”
The right arm medium fast bowler has been playing in the NSW indigenous team for the past five years so he had a lot of knowledge to pass down to the up and coming players.
“The biggest thing to tell young players is that if you are 100 per cent positive you want to play professionally then you need to put in 110 per cent effort.”
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