Kieren’s timely first ton

WELL BOWLED: Max Stevens was economical in Bright’s under 16s loss to Greta Milawa on Saturday bowling three maidens in his four overs while claiming one wicket. Full WDCA junior wrap and more pictures inside.

A MAIDEN century from all-rounder Kieren Jamieson has helped Bright to its highest score of the 2015/16 Wangaratta and District B grade season.

The Wanderers passed 200 for the first time this season reaching 10/209 on the first day of their must-win clash with Rutherglen United thanks to Jamieson’s 102.

Without top order pair Nick Howden and Josh Grundy there was a change at the top of the Bright batting order with 15 year-old Zander Dalbosco joining Jamieson in the opening spot.

The two got the Wanderers off to a comfortable start seeing out the first 18 overs and adding 43 runs before Dalbosco was bowled by Bradley Adison for 15.

The scoreboard continued to tick over when Dylan Bursill joined Jamieson as they combined for a second wicket partnership of 49, ending when the skipper was caught on 27.

Sam Dalbosco also provided good support for Jamieson with the pair working the ball around the ground during the middle stages of the innings.

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