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Mandurah Mail sport year in reviewMarch 2016

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Mandurah Mail sport year in review | March 2016 Mandurah and Shoalwater Bay battled it out in the 2015/16 Peel Cricket Association grand final, with Shoalwater Bay claiming a win. Photo: Richard Polden.
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The Mandurah Centrals and Mandurah Mustangs joined forces. Photo: Richard Polden.

Annette Davis, Trevor Setty and Adijat Adams all arrived in Australia ready to play for the Magic. Photo: Richard Polden.

The Rockingham-Mandurah Mariners claimed a maiden premiership win. Photo: Ben McCulloch.

The Peel Cricket Association claimed a win at the Country Week T20 tournament. Photo: Supplied.

Rebekah Weller talks to Peter Bell after winning the Port to Pub race. Photo: Supplied.

Ian Bowes (centre) won the PCA’s cricketer of the year award for the 2015/16 season. Photo: Facebook.

Harley Bennell starred in Peel’s season opener, but the side went down to Subiaco. Photo: Richard Polden.

Trevor Setty shone in the Magic men’s season opening win over Geraldton. Photo: Richard Polden.

TweetFacebookWhat happened in MarchCRICKET: Shoalwater Bay caused an upset in the Peel Cricket Association, beating Mandurah in the semi final and repeating the feat two weeks later to claim the 2015/16 premiership.

Mandurah and Shoalwater Bay battled it out in the 2015/16 Peel Cricket Association grand final, with Shoalwater Bay claiming a win. Photo: Richard Polden.

CRICKET: Shoalwater Bay returned to the pitch weeks later to win the Twenty20 grand final.

FOOTBALL:The Mandurah Mustangs and Mandurah Centrals joined forces, giving juniors a direct avenue to senior football.

ATHLETICS: Mandurah/Rockingham Athletics Club members Seaton Puzey and Chloe Leggett both picked up a pair of gold medals at the WA Athletics Championships.

CRICKET: Rockingham-Mandurah claimed a maiden premiership win in the WACA first grade.

The Rockingham-Mandurah Mariners claimed a maiden premiership win. Photo: Ben McCulloch.

CRICKET: The Peel Cricket Associationdefeated the Upper Great Southern to claim the Western Australia Country Twenty20 Cup.

SWIMMING:Peel Aquatic Club swimmer Rebekah Weller backed up her second placing in the female category of the Rottnest Channel Swim with a first in the 25-kilometre Port to Pub.

CRICKET: Singleton bowler Ian Bowes took out the Peel Cricket Association’s cricketer of the year award.

BASKETBALL: The Mandurah Magic unveiled American imports Trevor Setty, Annette Davis and Adijat Adams.

Annette Davis, Trevor Setty and Adijat Adams all arrived in Australia ready to play for the Magic. Photo: Richard Polden.

FOOTBALL: Peel Thunder lost its first game of the season to Subiaco, but local boy and Fremantle midfielder Harley Bennell starred with 23 touches and four goals.

BASKETBALL: The Mandurah Magic men started their season with a win over Geraldton.

BOXING: Alex Winwoodmissed out on qualifying for the Olympics at Asian and Oceania Championships in China.

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