Great Scott... Jack hits a ton
JACK Scott became the second Brandeston Hall School pupil to score a century in two weeks following Kristian Williman's ton against Barnardiston Hall.The 13 year-old is a talented all-round sportsman, who also plays rugby for Diss and is part of Leicester Tigers Elite Development rugby squad.
JACK Scott became the second Brandeston Hall School pupil to score a century in two weeks following Kristian Williman's ton against Barnardiston Hall.
The 13 year-old is a talented all-round sportsman, who also plays rugby for Diss and is part of Leicester Tigers Elite Development rugby squad.
He opened the batting and scored an exciting 102 not out against St Felix School, which included 11 fours and three sixes.
Scott was joined in an unbeaten third wicket stand of 118 by Thomas Ridley, who scored 31. Ridley is a star hockey player for Suffolk and Harleston Magpies.
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The Master of Brandeston Hall, Martin Myers-Allen, said: “The first eleven has made an impressive start to the season and currently remains unbeaten.
“There are a number of boys scoring a lot of runs for the team and confidence is running high.
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“I am delighted with Jack's maiden century and look forward to seeing the boys continue to rise to the challenge in the second half of term.”