Series 4 – Outstanding Performances 2019-20

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In Series 4 of Outstanding Performances in 2019-20 the Randy Petes relive the feats with bat and ball of our middle grades as well as celebrate our most recent World Cup representative – “The Little Master” Fabian Heaton.

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Outstanding Performance 19: Against Bankstown Jaya Murdita entered at number 3 with the score at 1-5. His 82, including 9 boundaries, was the glue which allowed 4s to overhaul the Dog’s total of 135 and grab the 6 points.

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Outstanding Performance 20: In a hard fought match against Penrith Bailey Kenzie showed his class as a left arm offie claiming 5-90. Midway through the season ‘Bails’ moved to the University of Tasmania playing alongside Tim Paine and James Faulkner claiming 18 wickets.

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Outstanding Performance 21: In March 2020 Club Legend and 5th Grade skipper Fabian Heaton represented India at the over 50s Cricket World Cup in South Africa. Unfortunately, the global pandemic conspired to end the tournament early after only a handful of matches.

The Little Master joined several illustrious Indian cricketers, most notably former Ranji Trophy player Iqbal Khan who represented Mumbai between 1986/87 and 1998/99.

In the warm-up match v West Indies, Fabs remained unbeated on 23 and debuted against England in the first match of the tournament. Unfortunately he did not bat and coronavirus ended the Cup prematurely. With word that the World Cup could be reconvened in South Africa he still has a chance to play a key role in the upcoming matches. The Randy Petes are proud of one of their favourite sons.

over 50s Cricket World Cup

Outstanding Performance 22: 3rd Grade faced Sydney in Round 6 at Kensington Oval. In their alloted 50 overs the Tigers finished 8-201 with Loth 3-53 the pick of the bowlers.

In the chase an early wicket fell bring Ashley Burton to the crease. After a 100 run first wicket stand with Montedoro, Burto remained the rock falling short of his ton with 98 in a close run loss.

Outstanding Performance 23: Following good returns in 5s and Metro Cup Anis Bugti was elevated to 4th Grade.

At Kensington Oval against Blacktown “The Beard” claimed his first Premier Cricket 5fa (and second for the Club following 6-19 in 2018-19) with 5-63 from 16 overs.

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