Manawatu Standard (New Zealand) – It was a day for the Marist spinners, including Arana Noema-Barnett, in the club final against Palmerston North Boys’ High School.

Summary

  • It was a day for the Marist spinners, including Arana Noema-Barnett, in the club final against Palmerston North Boys’ High School.
  • CRICKET: Fitzherbert Park proved to be a spinner’s paradise for Marist in the club one-day final against Palmerston North Boys’ High School.
  • Marist thrashed Boys’ High by 227 runs in spin-friendly conditions on Sunday to win their second title in a row.
  • Boys’ High, who haven’t won since the 1995-96 summer, were the top qualifiers for the final, while Marist overcame United in Saturday’s semifinal by 78 runs.
  • READ MORE: * Schoolboys looking to end one-day drought * Fireworks from Milne propels Marist into playoffs * Fifth place for Boys’ HighSet an imposing 289 to win, Boys’ High were on the back foot immediately after off-spinner Arana Noema-Barnett opened the bowling and removed both openers inside four overs.


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