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WOLLASTON'S OVERSEAS PLAYER 2018

Luke Bartier

Born 26/05/1997
Country Australia
Player Status Placed - Wollaston CC (Northamptonshire Premier League)
Player Type Batsman
Player Role LH Top-Order Bat | RA Medium-Fast
Player Level Amateur
Entry Route UK/EU Passport
Major Teams Australian U19 Elite Talent Squad, New South Wales Metropolitan U19s, New South Wales U17s, St George CC 1st Grade
Coaching Qualifications Cricket Australia Level 1 (UKCC Level 2 Equivalent) * In Process

 

Luke Bartier (20) is one of the hottest prospects coming through the New South Wales ranks in Australia. He has been compared to Moises Henriques at the same age and plays club cricket alongside the all-rounder at St George, former home to Don Bradman.

A dual passport holder, Luke is a genuine all-rounder, who bats left-handed and bowls right-arm seam. He has played NSW Premier Cricket (formerly known as Sydney Grade cricket) for St George since the 2011/12 season. He broke into first grade at 16, during the 2013/14 season and has represented NSW at both Under-17 and 19 level.

In January 2015, he was adjudged “Cricketer of the Tournament” for his exploits at the Australian National Under-19 Championships. The all-rounder averaged 45.67 with the bat, including a game-saving 80 not out against Queensland, and finished second on the Championship wicket charts, taking 15 wickets at 7.47, including best figures of 6-36 against South Australia, following his 4-8 in the tournament opener against Tasmania.

His success culminated with selection for the Australian Under-19 Elite Talent Squad that competed in Brisbane at the Australian Centre of Excellence. Since then, Bartier has plied his trade for St George, playing alongside the likes of Henriques and fellow NSW stars Kurtis Patterson and Trent Copeland (former Aussie seamer). He has cemented his spot in the first grade line-up, which is a feat in itself, and now aspires to progress in the game.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RAIN INTERVENES TO PUT AN END TO FIRST ELEVEN RUN CHASE

Rushton 191 all out in 48.5 overs   Wollaston 59 for 1 in 16.4 overs     draw 10 points

Jack Webster 33 not out       Kamran Bahra 4 for 65 off 14 overs

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RAIN BRINGS EARLY FINISH AS SECONDS DRAW AT STONY STRATFORD

Wollaston 130 not out in 39.4 overs   Stony Stratford 54 for 2 in 13 overs  draw 6 points

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THIRDS SET NEW RECORD AGAINST COGENHOE 2nds!

A new record victory margin* of 213 runs was set by the Third Eleven when Cogenhoe 2nds were skittled out for just 46 after watching Wollaston pile up 259 in 40 overs. Cameron Monteith led the way with 107 and Craig Boddington weighed in with 50 not out which included 6 sixes and 2 fours.

Wollaston 259 for 6 in 40 overs   Cogenhoe 46 all out in 20 overs   win    30 points

Cameron Monteith 107   Craig Boddington 50 not out      Josh Steggles 4 for 7 off 7 overs 

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* was previously 143 v Wellingborough 4ths in 2013

 

 

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