Last pair of Neason and Windle boost Woodbury Under-13s

PUBLISHED: 10:40 27 May 2009 | UPDATED: 11:02 10 June 2010

WOODBURY went down to Sidmouth in a Bradleys East Devon Youth League Under-13 game by a margin of 46 runs.

WOODBURY went down to Sidmouth in a Bradleys East Devon Youth League Under-13 game by a margin of 46 runs.Batting first, Sidmouth closed their 20 over innings on 134-4, with Antony Dibble scoring a brace of 4's in a knock of 16, Joe Fowler thumped a 6 and also hit a 4 in his 12, whilst Dan Powell struck a couple of boundaries in a knock of 10, but, the highest contribution came from Dom Bess, who struck an eight boundary unbeaten 35.There was a 5th wicket partnership between George House (8no) and the impressive Bess.Four Woodbury youngsters claimed wickets, with James Robert (1-0), Tim Wright (1-10), Joe Pyne (1-20) and Ben Parnell (1-22) being the successful bowlers. In the field George Jarman held a brace of catches whilst other catches were taken by wicket keeper James Neason and Riordan Deehan-Jackson.James Roberts (15) and Riordan Deehan-Jackson (12), then put on 42 for the opening wicket. Roberts hitting three boundaries, whilst Deehan-Jackson struck two. However, Dom Bess bagged 5-4 including a hat-trick and other wickets fell to James Briggs (2-28) and Lee Claydon (1-8 ) as the reply closed on 88-9 thanks to a valiant unbroken 10th wicket partnership of 23 between James Neason (1no) and Connor Windle (8no).Sidmouth players to hold catches were, Barney Stone, Joe Fowler, Joe Griffiths and Dom Bess, whilst Antony Dibble whipped the bails off to execute a smart stumping.

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