Teen Good­win sen­sa­tional for Colts

Harvey-Waroona Reporter - - SPORT - Ge­orge Good­win

Leschenault were rolled for 96 in Satur­day’s eight-wicket home loss to Colts, with a 16-yearold caus­ing the bulk of the dam­age.

Jay­den Good­win, who has just re­turned home from skip­per­ing WA at the un­der-17 male na­tional cham­pi­onships in Queens­land, took 5/10 off an un­for­get­table seven-over spell which also in­cluded three maidens.

Good­win then joined his father Mur­ray in se­cur­ing the win­ning runs, with the vis­i­tors reach­ing 2/99 off only 28.3 overs.

The hosts strug­gled early, with their top or­der un­able to gen­er­ate starts.

Aside from Steven Deni­son (24 off 29 balls), no other player was able to sub­due the Colts’ bowl­ing at­tack for long enough.

Once Good­win re­moved Deni­son via a Cruize Cial­lella catch, the home side lost 6/17, with five of those dis­missals un­der dou­ble fig­ures.

In the chase, Colts lost two early wick­ets en route to their tar­get of 99, with the Good­win duo even­tu­ally see­ing out the in­nings by mid-af­ter­noon.

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