Manukau Courier : November 26th 2010
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Please bring this event to the attention of your boss and ask them to... 11 MANUKAU COURIER, NOVEMBER 26, 2010 SPORT Papatoetoe struggle on By ALAN APTED Papatoetoe will have their backs to the wall when they take on Cornwall in round two of Auckland club cricket's two-day championship at the Papatoetoe Rec- reation Ground to- morrow. The team is in a hole and shows no signs of digging itself out. It has lost four of its six one- dayers and its opening two-day championship match against Suburbs New Lynn at Ken Maun- der Park in New Lynn last Saturday. And to compound matters they will be without three key bats- men for tomorrow's match. Captain Gareth Shaw has been called into the Auckland Aces, wicket- keeper and opening bat Shane Singe is in Fiji and top order batsman Karan Anand will be in India for a month. The absence of off spinner Bhupinder Singh has also depleted the team's bowling stocks. Papatoetoe never got close to chasing down Suburbs New Lynn's first innings of 336-7 declared. They were bowled out for 137 in their first innings. Clarke leads the run chase Pace-setter: Left-hander Tamati Clarke is in good form for Weymouth and leads the Counties Manukau player of the year race. Photo: SHANE WENZLICK By ALAN APTED Weymouth's Tamati Clarke leads Counties Manukau's player of the year awards at the half- way mark of Counties Manukau club cricket's one-day championship. The 20-year-old left- hander, who played for Northern Districts this week, is 54 points ahead of last season's runaway winner Todd McDonald of Karaka. Clarke has scored 235 runs and is averaging 51 with the bat. He has also taken four wickets. McDonald has scored 181 runs and taken five wickets. The award ranks the province's premier crick- eters based on their per- sonal statistics. Points are allocated for batting, bowling and fielding with bonus points for milestones such as half-centuries, centuries and five- wicket bags. Steve Horne (Papa- kura) and Brook Simp- son (Weymouth) are two new faces in the top 10. Horne moved to Papa- kura from Auckland this season and is one of only three batsmen to have registered early season hundreds. He scored 119 in Papa- kura's 67-run defeat of Manukau in round five of the one-day champion- ship. The other two century- makers are former Steelers halfback Kevin Farrell, who hit 100 for Pukekohe-Metro against Waiuku two weeks ago, and Ritchie Faust who cracked 102 in Manu- kau's defeat of Wey- mouth last Saturday. Simpson has returned to the Weymouth club after a couple of years away. Manukau off spinner Ivan Burrows is the lead- ing wicket-taker with 12. He has 304 points, the same number as team- mate Jono Hickey. Hickey has scored 104 runs and taken 10 wickets. The pair are fourth equal in the standings. 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