ENGLISH IMPORTS: Port Lincoln cricket has welcomed four English players who have come across for the summer. Pictured is Wayback's Steve Wild, "Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.)" Tod River's Tim Hill, Tasman's Liam Kitch and Wayback's George Walker.
FOUR English cricketers have arrived in Port Lincoln ahead of the summer season and have already made a strong impact on the local competition.
Of the four players, "Anabolika Definition" three are in Australia for the first time, while Tasman captain Liam Kitch from Bridgwater returns after playing here two years ago.
The Wayback Cricket Club has welcomed two players from Manchester, including crafty right arm leg spinner Steve Wild and left arm opening batsman George Walker.
Tod River secured all rounder Tim Hill, who played with Kitch at Bridgwater.
He opened his account on Saturday with a team high 45 and two wickets against Testosterone Enanthate Vs Trenbolone Acetate Southern Eyre South at Dorward Oval.
Kitch said all four players were looking Turinabol Journal forward to their season in Australia and playing in the warmer weather.
"Around six games a year "Anadrol 50" are rained off back home," he said.
"It'll be good playing something different."
Kitch said the four were hoping to add "something different to the team" and give "Oxandrolone Powder India" their clubs more versatility.
Wayback's George Walker said they decided to come to Port Lincoln because the clubs were very accommodating and happy to help them settle in.
"They've really looked after us and the place is really nice," he said.
Wayback and Tod River Winstrol Tablets Price were also able to organise jobs for their players to help them pay their way through the summer.
Walker and team mate Steve Wild are working at the Port Lincoln Hotel, while Tim Hill is getting ready to start work at the "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" Pier Hotel.
Hill said the four players were planning to go to Melbourne for the Boxing Day test match and were also hoping to see some Big Bash games throughout the summer.
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