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Dylan Gangell

State 'Tigers' representative player

Dylan Gangell being presented his TAS/ACT NCIC player's top by Steve Waugh and Dean Young MP

Dylan Gangell is a rising star on the blind cricket scene.

His passion for the game and dedication to training and improving his skills attracts the highest admiration from teammates and the public alike.

Dylan is also passionate about being a role model for the next generation of players, and for the youth in our community to aspire to working hard to reach their goals in life.

There are four distinct skills sets in B&LV cricket – batting, bowling, fielding, and as a runner for B1 and nominated B2 players. Dylan is a gifted player across all four disciplines.

At the 2023 National Cricket Inclusion Championships, Dylan showed his versatility and broader abilities running for multiple batters, which twice resulted in partnerships of over 50 runs each.

Dylan is part of the Tigers state representative squad and is set to play at national level for many years to come.

Dylan Gangell fielding at the 2023 NCICDylan Gangell getting a drink ran out to the middle when batting at the 2023 NCICDylan Gangell walking of the field after batting against WA at the 2023 NCICDylan Gangell and Sunny Drury at the 2023 NCICDylan Gangell being interviewed by WIN News at Salamanca lawns in HobartDylan Gangell being presented a Rotary Club pen from Hobart branch President Matt Drake after being a guest at a Club lunch