CRICKET SENSATION: Warwick Credit Union marketing officer Sam Beckhouse with monthly junior sports star winner Sean Bryson.
CRICKET SENSATION: Warwick Credit Union marketing officer Sam Beckhouse with monthly junior sports star winner Sean Bryson. Gerard Walsh

Spinner is a sports star of the month

FEW school students captain a senior grade cricket team let alone win a premiership.

That is what Sean Bryson did this season, he captained Allora to a grand-final win in reserve-grade cricket in March.

He capped an exciting day with bowling figures of 7-26 to ensure an easy victory for his team and player of the final.

Bryson turned the game on its head in one over with three wickets.

He was his team's highest run-scorer for the season with 352 runs, including 97 against eventual A-grade premiers Maryvale Condamine.

All seven teams played in the fixture competition, with teams split between A and reserve grades for the finals.

Bryson was part of the Warwick Davis Shield side, which won a second successive final.

This season, he took 6-12 with his off spin to secure the win for Warwick and won the association's representative player of the season award.

He played for Darling Downs in the state under-19 schoolboys cricket carnival and is ranked three in the regional players heading to Bundaberg for squash state championships this week.



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