Sephton's Super SIX; TOM EVANS CATCHES ALL THE RUNS AND WICKETS Tom.Evans@liverpool.Com NORTHERN SKIPPER COLE HAILS TOM'S FINEST DISPLAY IN VICTORY PREMIER DIVISION

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Sephton's Super SIX; TOM EVANS CATCHES ALL THE RUNS AND WICKETS Tom.Evans@liverpool.Com NORTHERN SKIPPER COLE HAILS TOM'S FINEST DISPLAY IN VICTORY PREMIER DIVISION


Byline: TOM EVANS

TOM SEPHTON has had batsmen in a spin for eight years at Moor Park - but Northern skipper James Cole reckons his 6/40 against Rainhill on Saturday was one of his finest displays in recent times.

The left-armer - who claimed 93 league scalps in Northern's title win last year - restricted the visitors to 168 after Sean Vandome had impressed with 91.

Then one of Cole's new recruits, opener Taylor Cornall, anchored the chase with 75 to set up an eight-wicket win.

"It was one of the flattest wickets I've ever played on at Northern - it didn't turn or seam all day," Cole said.

"Tom controlled his pace well, stuck to his plan and got his rewards. It was one of the best performances I've seen in the last couple of years.

"Taylor played their spinners really well - he was a bit disappointed to get out, but it's a really promising start and he looks a fantastic addition."

Much-fancied Ormskirk slipped to a nailbiting two-run defeat at Orrell Red Triangle, in the Wigan side's first top flight game.

After wicketkeeper Richard Everett top-scored with 78 in the hosts' 193, Tyler McGladdery, in his first innings for Ormskirk, hit 77 to leave the visitors needing just 22 runs with four wickets remaining. But the lower order collapsed, and the last pair just didn't have enough.

There was also a narrow defeat for Bootle at the hands of New Brighton, for whom skipper Andy Clarke smashed a counterattacking 83 in a total of 190; once an early burst from Louis Boles and Mark Hale had reduced the visitors to 49/4, they were always behind the 8-ball, and despite Will Purser's 56 and some help from the lower order, they fell short by 12 runs. …

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