West Moreton Anglican College hosted Ormiston in the fourth round of TAS Sport, with both senior and intermediate First XI teams winning memorable wins.
This included the delivery of 6 wickets from the promising intermediate all-rounder Stefan Brits.
Senior First XI continued its hot streak with a comfortable 56-run victory in Westmac’s main oval.
With a variable bounce wicket, WestMAC finished 50 overinnings on 5/220 in honor.
73 opening stands between Caleb Doyle (35) and Zachary Fisher (46) installed the platform. This allowed Fletcher Madden to hit 67 out of 72 balls and hit the bat with freedom and top score.
In response, Ormiston’s first batter showed some resistance before some great bowling rolled the visitor to 8/113.
Ormiston’s tail shook and was eventually bowled to 164 in 46 innings.
WestMAC bowler picks were Emmanuel O’Hara (2/16), Caleb Doyle (2/15), Joshua Boyle (1/16) and Samuel Perrett (1/18).
Intermediate First XI was also successful with a tight victory over Ormiston.
Defending just 105, the opening trio of Harvey Rockhart (1/10), Joshua Hines (1/12) and Stephen Blitz (6/9) ensured a tough orchid chase.
WestMAC cricket head Rob Hillier said the young quick Stefan Brits was outstanding on the ball and bowled full and straight for a game-changing stint.
With Ormiston in favor of 7/94, the state javelin thrower returned and took the remaining three wickets at the very end, ensuring WestMAC a 10-run victory.
“This was one of the best paced bowling spells I’ve ever seen on an intermediate TAS cricket. These are the moments young bowlers dream of.
“Throwing the ball when the match is in progress and throwing the ball at pace and accuracy is very special. I hope this successful kick will start things for Stefan and take more wickets this season. hoping.”
Hillier said both teams are looking forward to a clash with St. John’s Anglican College in Forest Lake this weekend.
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