Clin­i­cal Har­ri­smith have all the an­swers against Wan­der­ing

Narrogin Observer - - Sport - CRICKET Michael Traill

Har­ri­smith proved far too strong for Wan­der­ing in only their sec­ond win for the sea­son at home on Satur­day.

Har­ri­smith lost the wicket of opener Scott Bay­ley (4) early to Ben Sherry in what was oth­er­wise a con­vinc­ing top-or­der dis­play.

Fel­low opener Jamie Miller and first-drop Ar­ron Quartermaine spent 27 overs at the crease to­gether for 118 runs be­fore Miller was dis­missed by Ja­cob Schorer on 74.

Quartermaine con­tin­ued at the crease with Mathew Or­chard (28) and Caen Tay­lor (20 not out) but was run-out on 73 by Lewis Par­sons. Har­ri­smith posted 4-222, as Tay­lor and Adam Gray (6no) saw out the in­nings.

Dane Ang­win troubled Wan­der- ing’s bats­men tak­ing 3-7 off six overs.

Dan Bay­ley (2-15 off six overs) and Quartermaine, Gray and Or­chard also bowled well.

Wan­der­ing were bowled out for 104 in the 37th over. Opener Bryan Hardie top-scored with 23.

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