At Cricket Mentoring, it’s all about the athletes! As mentors and coaches, our focus is on helping aspiring cricketers become the best they can be. We are desperate to see the people that we mentor reach their full potential, on and off the field. Over the last few years, we’ve started working with some highly skilled young cricketers, who are doing great things on the field and have potential to go a very long way in the game.
Last month, The West Australian newspaper published an article that featured some of the best young male cricketers in Western Australia, titled, ‘The 10 rising West Australian cricket stars to watch‘. This week, they’ve published another article titled, ‘The 10 rising West Australian women cricket stars to watch‘, which features some of the brightest up and coming young female cricketers in the state.
Of the 20 ‘rising stars to watch’, we are incredibly proud to call 7 of them (3 boys and 4 girls) Cricket Mentoring athletes. Teague Wyllie, Douwtjie Hoogenboezem, Jake Egan, Molly Healy, Georgia Wyllie, Sienna Ryan and Chloe Ainsworth are exceptional young players that we’ve been coaching and mentoring over the past few years, as we help them develop and progress towards their goals. While we think that they can all achieve incredible heights in the game, they are all still very early in their journeys, and have a long way to go. However, this sort of recognition will help support their belief that their dedication and hard work isn’t going unrecognised.
[CM ambassador and Australian under 19 squad member, Cooper Connolly was also named in the list of boys.]
Let’s get to know each of our 7 future stars in more detail…