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Day 2 Wrap: SSA 15 & Under Championship
Date of Event : Mon Mar 27, 2017 7:00PM
South Australia are unbeaten after their first two matches // Brody Grogan

Only two teams remain unbeaten after Round 2 at the School Sport Australia 15 & Under Boys National Championship in Brisbane.


South Australia and NSW Magenta have gone two-from-two, to go atop Pool A and Pool B respectively.


NSW Green v South Australia


South Australia scored a 27-run win over NSW Green, with captain Kyle Brazell the star of the show.


Brazell scored an even 50 to guide his side to 9-184 off 50 overs, before picking up 5-33 to roll NSW Green for 157 in reply. Tanveer Sangha produced a valiant effort in a losing side, scoring 32 and claiming 4-23.


Northern Territory v VIC Country


Bailey Jenkinson impressed with bat and ball as Victoria Country won by 62 runs against Northern Territory.


Jenkinson’s knock of 81 guided Victoria Country to a total of 7-184, with Andrew Richards picking up four wickets. In reply, Jenkinson was one of three multiple wicket-takers, claiming 2-15 as Northern Territory was all out for 122.


Tasmania v NSW Magenta


A host of contributors guided NSW Magenta to a 63-run triumph against Tasmania.


Hugh Sherriff (51 not out) and Oliver Little (48) played important hands as NSW Magenta compiled 5-184, before Ben Watts (3-16) and Kain Anderson (4-36) impressed with the ball to dismiss Tasmania for 121.


VIC Metro v Queensland


Victoria Metro won a high-scoring thriller against Queensland, with just eight runs the difference.


Half-centuries to Max Stevenson (56) and Jake Fraser-McGurk (51) saw Victoria Metro post a total of 8-222, with Queensland finishing at 9-214 in reply. Max Carlyon top-scored with 46, while Henry Brown picked up three important wickets.


Western Australia v ACT


A five-wicket haul to Ewan Neilson guided Western Australia to a 25-run victory over the ACT.


Western Australia was dismissed for 145, with Jayden Goodwin’s 41 the main contribution and seven ACT bowlers shared the wickets. In reply, Neilson claimed 5-23 and Thomas Drake-Brockman 3-21, as ACT was dismissed for 120. Joshua Low-McMahon top-scored for his side with 36.


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