Key batsman hits form

North Nowra Cambewarra's  Kaleb Phillips is in early season form which is a dangerous sign for all the other under 16s teams. Photo Paul Davidson

North Nowra Cambewarra's Kaleb Phillips is in early season form which is a dangerous sign for all the other under 16s teams. Photo Paul Davidson

AN unbeaten century from Kaleb Phillips helped North Nowra Cambewarra record a comfortable win over Bay and Basin on Saturday in their Shoalhaven District Junior Association under 16s match.

Chasing the Basin’s first innings total of 74 runs on Saturday at Bernie Regan Oval (Number One) Norths pretty much cruised to victory with its 5/239 runs.

Kaleb was the star of the show with his blazing century which included 10 boundaries and five sixes.

The star Norths batsman looks set for another huge run making season.

Captain Angus Rhodes also enjoyed some time in the middle and he made 40 runs, with four boundaries, for Norths.

James Batson chipped in with 26 runs for Norths and Will Seyffer made 14 runs.

Will English toiled hard with the ball for the Basin and took three wickets.

Basin was sent into bat again for a second innings and at stumps was 5/62.

Rhett Colliss 18 runs, and Justin Rumble 14 runs made sure Norths did not get the outright win.

Batemans Bay v Ulladulla United

The massive 291 first innings total set by Batemans Bay last Saturday at Hanging Rock Oval proved to big for Ulladulla United.

United lasted 28 overs in its first innings and was all out for 63 runs.

Dale Ramsden with 25 runs was the only United batsman to get into double figures.

Dylan Art (three), James Dickinson (two) and Liam Macpherson (two) led the way with the ball for the Bay.

United was sent back into bat and with 5/33 just managed to avoid an outright loss.

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