Wickets fall like skittles at bowler’s magic touch
THREE wickets in four balls capped a spellbinding performance for Bryden Blair last week.
Blair’s side Isis White batted first against Norths Red and compiled a healthy total of 85.
He contributed 39 runs in a strong showing with the bat, while fellow in-form batsman Rhys Felgate added 19.
It was all Blair with the ball, however, the youngster claiming three wickets in four balls in an awesome display of bowling. He finished with 4-14.
His bowling, along with the tight bowling of his colleagues, restricted Norths to just 62 to cap a 23-run win.
Isis Green performed marginally better with the bat but fell by 15 runs in their match against YMCA.
Zak Tomlinson (36), James Harney (21) and Jayden Santacaterina (20) chipped in with powerful displays to help Isis Green set a score of 100.
Jackson and Cooper Rehbein snuck into YMCA’s line-up to help the struggling side that was down on numbers.
It ended up being a pivotal change, as the brothers scored and 35 and 19 respectively in YMCA’s successful chase.
Tomlinson (1-20) and Kyle Blake (1-17) were the pick of the bowlers.
Junior cricket now takes a month-long hiatus.
GOOD CATCH: Isis fielder Cooper Rehbein.
ON THE BALL: Isis bowler Jackson Rehbein.