Daniel Spillane gets bat on ball for a big six in his innings of 44 not out against Marist Sion College Warragul yesterday.
Daniel Spillane gets bat on ball for a big six in his innings of 44 not out against Marist Sion College Warragul yesterday.

Kenyon, Spillane star for Trinity



TRINITY Catholic College made a winning start to the 33rd Australia and New Zealand Marist Cricket Carnival in Lismore yesterday.

Trinity (8/207) beat Marist Sion College Warragul (9/150), with Paul Kenyon top-scoring for the home side with 47.

He was aided by some big hitting from Damien Spillane, who scored an unbeaten 44.

Daniel Ghuman lead the home attack, taking 4/28, and he received good support from Kenyon, who completed a fine double by taking 3/18.

Kenyon took Player of the Team honours for Trinity.

At the corresponding carnival last year, Kenyon hit a whirlwind century off 67 balls.

The carnival continues today.



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