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OVERSEAS WINTER WATCH - STEPHEN ESKINAZI - CLAREMONT-NEDLANDS CC

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OVERSEAS WINTER WATCH - STEPHEN ESKINAZI - CLAREMONT-NEDLANDS CC

Last week, we brought you the first winter update on our players overseas.

Ethan Bamber ended up taking 7/53 for Adelaide University Cricket Club against Prospect. On Saturday, the second day of the fixture took place and the 23-year-old took a further 3/24 to help him claim match figures of 10/77 as his side won by nine wickets.

Also in Australia is white-ball captain, Stephen Eskinazi, who is playing in Perth for Claremont Nedlands Cricket Club in the WACA Premier Grade.

The Club has an interesting history as it is a merger between Claremont-Cottesloe Cricket Club and Nedlands Cricket Club. This happened for the 1989-90 season and brought instant success, with a Premiership title and a Club Championship won in the first year.

A total of 18 Premiership titles have been won over the years. Their last success was the 2019-20 season.

James Taylor was the most recent England player to have represented the Club, whilst Jim Troughton and Dermott Reeve have also played for the Tigers.

Before the merger, David Gower, Nick Cook and Middlesex’s own Norman Cowans turned out for Claremont-Cottesloe.

We all know what a destructive player Eskinazi is in white-ball cricket, and the 28-year-old continued his fine form from the summer by notching an unbeaten 80 and a further 28 in two innings during the opening rounds of the T20 competition.

Tom Helm is currently in Abu Dhabi playing in the Abu Dhabi T10 competition for Deccan Gladiators. So far, Helm has taken four wickets in four matches with best figures of 2/11 as they sit top of the table.

Keep up the good work fellas!

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OVERSEAS WINTER WATCH - STEPHEN ESKINAZI - CLAREMONT-NEDLANDS CC

Last week, we brought you the first winter update on our players overseas.

Ethan Bamber ended up taking 7/53 for Adelaide University Cricket Club against Prospect. On Saturday, the second day of the fixture took place and the 23-year-old took a further 3/24 to help him claim match figures of 10/77 as his side won by nine wickets.

Also in Australia is white-ball captain, Stephen Eskinazi, who is playing in Perth for Claremont Nedlands Cricket Club in the WACA Premier Grade.

The Club has an interesting history as it is a merger between Claremont-Cottesloe Cricket Club and Nedlands Cricket Club. This happened for the 1989-90 season and brought instant success, with a Premiership title and a Club Championship won in the first year.

A total of 18 Premiership titles have been won over the years. Their last success was the 2019-20 season.

James Taylor was the most recent England player to have represented the Club, whilst Jim Troughton and Dermott Reeve have also played for the Tigers.

Before the merger, David Gower, Nick Cook and Middlesex’s own Norman Cowans turned out for Claremont-Cottesloe.

We all know what a destructive player Eskinazi is in white-ball cricket, and the 28-year-old continued his fine form from the summer by notching an unbeaten 80 and a further 28 in two innings during the opening rounds of the T20 competition.

Tom Helm is currently in Abu Dhabi playing in the Abu Dhabi T10 competition for Deccan Gladiators. So far, Helm has taken four wickets in four matches with best figures of 2/11 as they sit top of the table.

Keep up the good work fellas!

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