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Mornington’s Milestone Man

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Playing in a cricket match with his father, two brothers and brother-in-law is a career highlight of Mornington Cricket Club +300-gamer Michael Voss.

Padding up for his first game in the 1987/88 season at age 12, Voss played his 300th senior game back in 2015, making him only the seventh club member to play 300 games in its 152 year history.

Last weekend Voss again rewrote the record books, surpassing George Keys record of 346 games, held for over 70 years.

Michael – congratulations from all at RPP.

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