Rhys Marget: The colossal clubber of balls… Rhys has been
intent on punishing the leather so far this season! Back up his whirlwind 60
off 12 odd rocks in round 1 with a hair-raising century that has him still
icing his forearms.
Scott Christiansen: Straight back to the top of the order
the swashbuckling veteran carved his way to an impressive Nintendo 64 not out
chasing down the Monny Hawks below par total.
Gerard Jongen: There’s a whisper getting around that young
G-Unit cannot be dismissed this season (until he nears 40…) 2 matches for 2
impressive starts but will need to be taking these starts to the bank in the
future to pop his head up again in this illustrious side.
Hayden Morrison: The king of cuss, Dos refuses to be
dislodged from the crease when he gets his eye in! That is until he spoons a
catch to the opposition. Made a super crisp 55 and was heard texting
profanities back to his former skipper after what he described as “an innings
for the ages”.
Sam Bakker: No Butcher, but we found a ‘Bakker’ this week
who was keen to ‘knead’ the opposition into the ground as he hit a scintillating
32 in the 4th XI run chase. Performed a solid ‘roll’ for the team
which included keeping out the good ‘seeds’…. We will leave it at that for now.
Ashley Thompson: Ahhh Thomo! The BFG has announced his
comeback in trademark style. No car in the bottom oval carpark is safe when the
man with the tree trunk for a stick wields it like a tooth pick. Clubbed an
impressive 36 not out off a couple of overs and was at his miserly best with
the what seems a golf ball to him in hand taking 3/17 off 7.
Anthony Jongen: Tearaway quick Nibrohimovich startled the circumspect
gators in the 3rd XI blasting his way to a game changing 3/22 off 8
overs. A much improved Nib so far this season with a major wheel balancing over
the pre-season paying immediate dividends.
Josh Curnow: Enigmatic Curn stepped into the 3rd
XI with a point to prove and terrorised the opposition from the first pill.
Bowled with real energy and a thirst for the contest as he hit back hard
collecting 3 key wickets in the important win.
Daine Vernon: Looking more sasquatch than man at the moment
the 2nd XI skipper managed to manoeuvre his bowling stocks to suit
himself and pick up some really cheap wickets towards the end of the innings.
Took a couple of sitters which is rare and will be putting his ‘big feet’ up after
a nail biting win several days after the match concluded.
Todd Burley: From Bigfoot to Bighead, new recruit and well
renowned cash cow Todd threw bills all over a good length as he cashed in
taking an impressive 4/11. A fantastic early spell which set up the win for the
Nikhil de Silva: Back from early retirement the big bash
superstar was back bowling in the slot but collected a few poles along the way.
A rare sight seeing N. de Silva taking scalps early but hopefully more to come
from the favourite de Silva.