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Axel Cahlin on Saturday against Sutherland scored 123 runs to take his first-grade total to 934 over 19 innings at an average of 43 including his five T20 innings which are now included within the NSW Premier Cricket player statistics for each season.Axel is therefore 24 runs short of the record with one round remaining in the regular season and possibly semi finals after that.
In two high scoring matches our first-grade side finished with 7 for 347 off 91 overs with Tym Crawford not out on 63 and in seconds we scored 5 for 359 with, in addition to Dom’s fine innings, Michael Roberts scored 59.
In thirds the game finished early with Sutherland 7 for 210 off 70 overs and Matt Wright bowling well taking 4 for 56 off 18 overs.
One might say what if Charlie had batted 16 times during that season? Then along came Craig Simmons, of recent Adelaide Strikers fame, and during his three seasons with the club he scored 711, 864 and finally 958 runs in each of the seasons.
Interestingly Craig’s record in the 2007/08 season included a score of 113 before lunch in the semifinal against Sydney University and 102 in the final against St. He batted 24 times in that season at an average of 43.5.
Dom, after scoring 1 run in his previous 2 innings, nicked his first ball through the slips for 4.
The next false stroke Dom played - and perhaps the only other one for the entire day - was when on 98 he nicked another ball through the vacant slip cordon for four to bring up his first grade ton.
Apart from those two boundaries, for his 19 other 4s and four 6s, and every other delivery in between, Dom was in total control.
He batted through the entire day, faced over 300 balls and finished on 188*.
While he only scored 20 off 76 balls, he took the brunt of the bowling with Axel to position us for runs later in the day as the bowlers tired and the wicket flattened out.
Axel, however, was a class above all the batsman on the day as he took toll of any loose balls and maneuvered the field with his classic drives and pushes into gaps on either side of the wicket.