Williams Impresses With Seven For 31
Round two of the Hazlett Trophy saw Hutt District travel to take on a Wellington Collegians side featuring former Black Caps James Franklin & Michael Papps.
After being inserted to bat Collegians made a quick-fire start before Papps was clean bowled by Iain McPeake.
Fellow opener Shreyas Debur continued aggressively before dismissed in the 6th over with the score at 45-2. Enter Wellington Firebirds captain James Franklin who became the first of Adam Williams’victims.
Williams proceeded to show the Collegians middle order the variety of tricks in his arsenal using deft changes in pace alongside a hearty dose of swing bowling to snare 6 further wickets.
When the Collegians tale was wrapped up Williams had the remarkable figures of 7 for 31. This continues Williams’ excellent start to the second half of the season where he has captured 20 senior wickets three matches.
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