Wick­ets fall like skit­tles at bowler’s magic touch

Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

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.

PHO­TOS: MIKE KNOTT BUN041214CRICKET3

GOOD CATCH: Isis fielder Cooper Re­hbein.

ON THE BALL: Isis bowler Jack­son Re­hbein.

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