Kim Hughes Shield Results

25 March 2018 - John Forrest Secondary College win's the Kim Hughes Shield at the WACA

Congratulations go to Lane Berry and his First XI team that won a thrilling rain affected Kim Hughes Grand Final on the WACA ground on 25 March 2018.

Results

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8/268
(50)

 

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8/217
(38.2)

John Forrest Secondary College won on adjusted scores due to time lost to rain

John Forrest Bowling Figures:

Player

Overs

Maidens

Runs

Wickets

Paul Crosbee

8

0

39

1

Jack Coles

7

0

41

2

Jackson Newman

8

0

45

1

Jayden Cappeau

6

0

59

2

Cameron Todd

10

2

21

2

Harshit Bhatt

5

0

29

0

Lane Berry

6

0

27

2

Couple of dropped catches proved costly, with Kent Street at 2/150 from 27 over a score over 300 seemed likely, but thanks to some tight bowling from Cameron Todd and some good fielding we kept them to 268, still a big score.

John Forrest Batting Figures:

Player

Runs

Ryleigh Cameron

30

Lane Berry

85

Cameron Todd

10

Jake Egan

17

Connor Dimech

1

Adam Carlson

3

Jack Coles

24

Jack Trotter

1

Jayden Cappeau

17 not out

Harshit Bhatt

7 not out

We started strongly and at 0/42 from 4 overs with Ryleigh Cameron and Lane Berry batting beautifully the first rain delay came at the wrong time for us. Ryleigh holed out caught on the mid wicket boundary first ball after the delay. Lane with Cameron Todd, then Jake Egan kept ahead of the run rate but lost wickets just as partnerships where building. At 4/152 from 27.5 the second rain delay came. After over an hours delay the umpires set the target as 216 to win from 41 overs. We lost 3 wickets quickly as the batsmen failed to adjust to the wet ball skidding on. Jack Coles and Jayden Cappeau then took the score to 205 by playing straight and running hard. Jack missed a straight on to be LBW with 11 needed to win. Harshit joined Jayden (who made a very mature 17 not out from 18 balls under extreme pressure) and they batted the side to a win when Harshit hit a lovely square drive to the WACA fence.

Sam Davis and Peta Verco, Teachers, Physical Education