Year 9 pupil Will Naish has been selected for the U15 Bunbury Cricket Festival taking place this year at Stowe School.

Year 9 pupil Will Naish has been selected for the U15 Bunbury Cricket Festival taking place this year at Stowe School.

Before Easter, Will Naish was nominated by Gloucestershire County Cricket to take part in a series of trials for the South and West Region U15 side. The trials included a net session, as well as a series of peer versus peer matches and representative matches against Devon U17, Worcestershire Academy and Wales U17.

The trial process also monitored the performances of 40 players from around the region in School, Club and County age group cricket, with the ultimate aim of being selected as part of a Regional squad for the prestigious Bunbury Festival.

Performing well with bat and ball throughout, which included scoring two centuries and over 400 runs for the school 1st XI, Will was finally notified about his selection for the England Schools Cricket Association Regional festival.

Good luck at Bunbury, Will!

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