Series 6 – Outstanding Performances 2019-20
Series 6 of Outstanding Performances celebrates the determined efforts of our batsmen and bowlers in the lower grades. First up we look back at the efforts of the spin twins Haider Ali and Pratulya Kashyap in ripping through Bankstown, the quality fast bowling spells of Green Shield graduates Mitch O’Loughlin and Alex Deller bowling their sides to victory and two solid innings against the Tigers from Ben Montedoro and Matt Everett.
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Outstanding Performance 29: Young Green Shield leggie Haider Ali bowled a superb spell of leg spin at Marrickville Oval in Round 13 v Bankstown.
In 15.5 overs he worked his way through the Dog’s lineup to finish with 4-39 to dismiss them for 143. These are his best figures for the Randy Petes and set up a good 5th Grade win.
Outstanding Performance 30: Pratulya Kashyap joined his spin twin Haider Ali and in 19 overs, including 6 maidens, of controlled off spin he worked his way through the Bankstown middle order finishing with 3-27.
Outstanding Performance 31: Against Easts at Waverley Oval the batsmen had amassed a formidable total of 349 largely thanks to Doheny, De Silva and Eldridge. In pursuit the Dolphin’s chase never got going as Mitchell O’Loughlin ripped through the top order to finished with 4-36 in 16 overs leading the 2s to a comprehensive win.
Outstanding Performance 32: In pursuit of Sydney’s 8-201 in 3rd Grade at Kensington Oval opener Ben Montedoro steadied the ship, with smart batting and running, with a composed 53. In partnership with Burton they put on 100 for the second wicket putting pressure back on the Tiger’s attack. Unfortunately, a late fightback saw the Tiger’s scrape through for a close, hard fought win.
Outstanding Performance 33: Against Sydney at Drummoyne in Round 6 Matt Everett showed his class batting at the top of the order with 90. As wickets fell at regular intervals Everett stood firm before being the 7th wicket to fall at 161.
In defence of 178 the bowlers toiled hard and took the game deep before the Tigers passed the target with 5 wickets in hand.
Outstanding Performance 34: At Marrickville Oval 5th Grade reached a below par 151 inside 50 overs against Campbelltown-Camden.
Alex Deller returning from the HSC and injury came out blazing and in a beautiful spell of fast bowling the Ghosts top order vanished in the flash of an eye. In 8 brutal overs D-Train finished with the enviable figures of 5-9, dismissing the opposition for 51, and leading the boys to a bonus point victory.