TOP EFFORT: Sean Bryson took four wickets for Wanderers against Warwick.
TOP EFFORT: Sean Bryson took four wickets for Wanderers against Warwick. Gerard Walsh

Young gun learns from Test bowler on Wanderers tour

CRICKET: Sean Bryson and Cahal Davis each played in the Wanderers team that toured as far west as Eromanga in the past fortnight.

Bryson is from the Allora club and scored two 50s before taking 4-20 with his off spinners in the win against Warwick at Slade Park on Saturday.

Davis had best figures of two wickets in a loss to Miles and took 1-32 in the game in Warwick.

Retired Test paceman Geoff Dymock was on tour and told Davis "to get my front arm up when bowling”.

"I was definitely bowling better at the end of tour than the start,” Davis said.

"It was really good to play under an experienced captain in Brad Murphy.”

Murphy didn't miss the chance to talk about his one season in Warwick cricket with the Killarney club.

The game in Warwick was played for the Cooper and Hill Trophy, a trophy named after two officials who had a lot to do with the decision by Wanderers to invite Warwick Cricket Association to select two promising players for their annual tour in the country.

On Saturday, Wanderers scored 248 runs to win by 81 runs.

Palam Singh top scored for Wanderers with 55. Best bowlers for Warwick were Shaun O'Leary with 4-59 and Michael Bourke who took 3-16. Harry Glasgow scored 46, Col O'Brien 38 and Andrew Ryan 32 in the Warwick 167.



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