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15 DCA boys match report. Round 2 v Hornsby Kuringai
Date of Event : Wed Oct 31, 2018 9:32AM

15 DCA boys match report.

Round 2 v Hornsby Kuringai


Manly 8/ 294 defeated Hornsby 7/171


Joel DAVIES 145, Jack CHICK 44, Jackson GRIFFITHS 37, Ky BROOME 21, Tom WOOD 17.

Sam DEBIEN 2/29, Ethan LANGRIDGE 1/29, Toby COUSEMACKER 1/16, Raja GANESHRAJ 1/29, Jack CHICK 1/4


Round two saw the Manly boys walk through the gates of the exclusive Barker College to take on Hornsby at Barker Oval. The field was magnificent, skipper Joel won the toss and had no hesitation electing to bat.


Ky continued his good form scoring a run a ball 21 to get the team of to a good start. Joel strode to the crease and put on a batting master class showing skill and class. Tom joined Joel at the crease and runs continued to flow with Tom scoring a run a ball 17, momentum was good. Jackson pounded balls to all points of the ground scoring a dashing 37, 165 on the board 20 overs remaining a big total in the making. Jack CHICK picked up from where Jackson left off scoring runs to all points of the ground.

Joel reached the magical three figures in style, raising his bat to the applause of everyone at the ground. Jack combining with Joel for a 124 run partnership to put the Manly boys in an unbeatable position.


Toby and Ethan once again bowled tight, forcing the opening batsmen to try and manufacture runs by moving across his stumps to force a ball on the leg side off Ethan but he only guided the ball into Lachies gloves, early wicket again to Ethan. Raja came into the attack and bowled 10 overs straight which included 3 maidens, to put the Hornsby out of the match. Joel in the game again bowled 10 brilliant overs only going to 19 runs. With the game out of reach for Hornsby the Manly were mindful of ensuring the Hornsby run rate remained low to help our position on the ladder, the Manly boys continued to bowl tight, Sam took two wickets. Hornsby restricted to 171.


A great win which has built plenty of confidence. Positive batting keeping the score board ticking over and tight bowling, 12 maidens bowled, that left them with only 38 overs to score runs.

 



Last updated: Wednesday October 31, 2018 9:38AM
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