Mundford's winning feeling
MUNDFORD Sunday opened the bowling against North Runcton Sunday with new boy Joe Norman (4-31). Starting at a lively pace he soon had the openers in trouble with keeper Cameron McIsaac taking a diving catch off a looping edge early on.
MUNDFORD Sunday opened the bowling against North Runcton Sunday with new boy Joe Norman (4-31).
Starting at a lively pace he soon had the openers in trouble with keeper Cameron McIsaac taking a diving catch off a looping edge early on.
Wickets fell regularly with young Will Egan-Welch taking two for 15 on his senior debut. M Taylor and B Coote held the innings together and Runcton finished on a respectable 208 for eight.
Mundford's reply started shakily with both openers falling in the third over. Fourteen-year-old Cameron McIsaac, batting at number three came to the wicket with the score on six and commenced what was to be a match winning innings.
Well supported by partnerships with Owen Chandler (13), Paul Makin (6), captain Dave Grady (28) and Joe Norman (20 not out) McIsaac played a controlled and mature innings.
Giving the Runcton bowlers very few chances and playing some excellent shots he remained unbeaten on 120 at the finish. He finished with a flourish scoring 25 off his final 10 balls, Mundford winning with 10 balls remaining.
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