Lawrence teenager stars in win over Harwood
By TONY WHITE
TEENAGER Simon Lewis starred for Lawrence in its eight wicket win over Har- wood in the Lower Clarence Cricket Association first grade competition on Saturday. The 17-year-old, who came up from third grade this sea- son made an unbeaten 30 in Lawrence's innings of 2-63 after Harwood were dis- missed for just 62. Justin Keats agave able support scoring 17no. Lawrence bowlers Scott Da- vis (4-16) and stand in cap- tain Mark Field (3-11) de- stroyed the Harwood line up. "We were able to get Mark Young (3) out cheaply and
'Mavis' (Davis) and Mark Field bowled really well," spokesman Mark Houghton said. "We've got a group of young blokes who are per- forming week in, week out." Lawrence have had a bright start to the season and still have several quality players, including bowling spearhead A J Tory, to come back into the side. However, Harwood had two big guns missing on Sat- urday ? Shane Causley and Darren Ryan ? and when they get their full team on deck are sure to improve. Peter Munday (22) top scored for Harwood. No scores were available from the Yamba versus Wan- derers match.