Opening this article about achievements, is April Klein from the U13A Girls cricket who hit a large number of 50s. Alongside her at the top of the order is U13A Boys captain, Will Cook, who scored a total of 350 runs at an average of 39 plus taking 16 wickets. Coming in at three is the U15A wicketkeeper Oli Fitch who took a number of great catches and scored runs with ease.
The middle order consists of the U15A girls captain, Lillie Abbott who regularly took wickets and scored runs in every game. She is followed at number five by her U15A Girls teammate Zoe Rinaldi who, again, scored runs freely. Next in is Umayer Hashem from the U14B side who, despite being new to cricket, has taken to it swiftly and scored 30 runs in his first ever game plus two wickets in two overs. He now has real enthusiasm for the game which is great to see. Yekta Mason is next up for the U15B girls side whose improvement in bowling has been remarkable. The final batsman in the middle order is the explosive Jordan Njipap from the U15B side. He scored a load runs over at Christ’s Hospital as well as taking a phenomenal number of catches at Cover throughout the season, including three this weekend versus Halliford.
In the tail-end we have Jamie Lawson-Skerrow for the U14A side who also made his first team debut this year despite still being in the 3rd Form. He earnt this with a phenomenal 4 wickets in 6 balls against St Edmund’s, including a hat-trick. At ten we have Jesse Nwanang from the U13C boys side. When your back is against the wall you want Jesse to be striding the crease as he can hit a ball a long way! He also takes wickets regularly. Finally, at number eleven, we have Max Holden who is the opening bowler for the U13A boys side and has taken 17 wickets at an average of just 11, phenomenal stuff for an opening bowler against top quality batsmen.
Well done to all selected.