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Cyclones planning ahead with ‘nod to past’

By Tanayah Wakefield

Redcliffe City Cyclones, the peninsula’s junior cricket club, is ramping up preparations for the next season with a nod to the past.

Past presidents Darren Wheeler and Barry Smith where recently acknowledged for years of dedicated service with the club’s shed being named in their honour.

Both have two boys who played with the Cyclones and both recently welcomed grandchildren who may also go on to play for the club.

The three generations from both families met recently at the newly-named shed. Pictured from left – Aiden Smith, James Smith, Barry Smith, Archie Smith (baby), Darren Wheeler, Avaliah Martin-Wheeler (toddler), Sharon Schooley, Sebastian Schooley- Wheeler, Hayden Schooley-Wheeler.

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