Endowed cricketers shine

Shropshire’s young batsmen piled on the runs in the sun earlier in the season. Will Lewin smashed an unbeaten 186 as Shropshire U14s took on Herefordshire at Wellington, while Joe Smallman and Niall McAdam had the statisticians scouring the record books as they put on a stand of 218 for the Under 15s in their clash with North East Wales at Connah’s Quay.

Coach Ross Edwards recalls, “It was a fantastic stand between Joe and Niall, keeping the ball on the ground early in the partnership before they opened their shoulders with Niall targeting the parents’ cars!”

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