Singleton junior cricketer, Alex Stafa, has pulled off a conspicuous representative selection.
The Broke Public School Student has been selected in the New South Wales Primary School Sports Association (PSSA) Boys Cricket team.
He pace-bowling impressed while representing the Hunter during the PSSA State Championships in Orange from Monday, November 20 to Thursday, November 23.
Stafa is also handy with the bat and had the opportunity to showcase his skills throughout the carnival. This representative feat has not been achieved since 1990, when two Singleton Heights students – Luke Knight and Chris Janetski made the cut.
In lead up the state champs, the talented youngster gained a spot in the U13’s Hunter Valley Cricket Council side to tour in January 2018.
And, after the PSSA carnival in Orange travelled to Inverell to play for Central North in attempt to gain selection in the State Challenge
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