Woy Woy South Public School boys' and girls' cricket teams competed in the State PSSA knockout competition last month.
The boys' cricket team went down to Umina Public School in the first round game of the competition.
Batting first, the Woy Woy South boys ended up with 32 runs at the end of their innings.
Umina then cruised past to finish on 3/72 with Matt Hatch, Luke Besley and Andrew Witten picking up a consolation wicket each.
The girls' cricket team played their first game against Empire Bay at McEvoy oval.
Woy Woy South batted first and were all out for 40 runs.
Empire Bay surpassed that total in the 17th over giving them victory.
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