Glasto return for City Colts Callum Hotham - 22/02/16

Callum Hotham

GLASTONBURY will see the return of in-form City Colts and Bathurst keeper/batsman Callum Hotham in 2016. 

Hotham (19) is in fine form this summer, following his maiden stint abroad for Glastonbury in 2016.

The has churned out 339 runs at 48.43 for City Colts and scored a ton (123) for the Bathurst District Cricket Association, the day after a ton for his club side.

He is backing up a strong 2014/15 season scoring just under 1,000 runs averaging over 50 across a number of teams.

He represented the Association in the Mitchell Cricket Council and his exploits (averaging 34.33) helped Bathurst to a 5th straight Presidents Cup title.

His success culminated with selection for the Mitchell Cricket Council and he has previously represented the Western Zone Under-19s and starred for the St Stanislaus College 1st XI.

Fresh from his 2014/15 season, he headed to the UK and played a summer in the West of England Premier League for Glastonbury. Whilst he didn't churn out the runs he would have liked, he still managed 388 runs at 21.56 in what was a handy maiden season abroad.

A player with significant potential, Hotham has agreed to return for a second stint with Glastonbury in 2016 and he'll be eager to improve on his numbers in the WEPL this season. . 


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