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James Rowe Strikes on Overseas Debut
Kazi Szymanski certainly had a day to remember playing 1st Grade for Fairfield Liverpool v Eastern Suburbs. While scoring 16no on a juicy wicket he ducked into a good length ball from Surrey's Stuart Meaker resulting in a dead arm. Kazi got his revenge later though by having Ashes wicketkeeper Peter Nevill caught in the gully for 9. Despite being rather bruised Kazi is buzzing at taking the wicket of an international for the first time.
With the ECB relaxing their overseas eligibility rules – qualifying period now just 3 years instead of the 7 previously. Mitch has become available for Devon in 2019 based on residency qualifications and having signed (his life away) with a declaration he won’t play for another country.
Torquay CC Taking Bat Testing Seriously