All-rounder?s star turn in DEX Shield

By TIM HOWARD

A STAR turn with both the bat and ball snared South Grafton High School all-rounder Angela Payne player of the match honours in final of The Daily Examiner Shield girls cricket competition at JJ Lawrence Field yesterday.

Payne opened the batting for South against Grafton High School, scoring 31 and helping her team to a commanding score of 149.

Kara Sutherland, 23, Leah McDonald 23no also figured prominently with the bat.

Louise Hanna was the best of the Grafton High bowlers, taking 3-33. Shilpa Dougall was another good performer with ball, with 2-23.

Payne was just as devastating with the ball during the run chase, snaring 4-18.

Sutherland, only slightly behind her in the all-rounder stakes, took 3-10 and McDonald had figures of 2-10 as Grafton was dismissed for 50.

Robyn Wynn topscored for Grafton with 20 before she was run out. She shared a handy partnership with Dougall, who scored 11.

In the after-match awards Payne picked up both the Player of the Match and Player of the Series trophies for some outstanding cricket during both games of the competition.



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