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England secure narrow victory over Australia

The England learning disability cricket team maintained their unbeaten run in the INAS Tri-Series, supported by NatWest, after a nail-biting three wicket victory over Australia.

England learning disability cricket player Tayler Young bowling

England’s bowlers picked up early wickets to leave the visitors in a perilous position at 55-5. Tayler Young (pictured above) (3-12) was again amongst the wickets with able support from Dan Bowser (3-18) who picked up the key scalp of the Aussie skipper Gavan Hicks for 39.

Boyd Duffield mounted a vital fightback as his 66* enabled his team to post 170/8 from their 40 overs.

England lost wickets regularly in their reply and looked in trouble at 129-7 with just over 10 overs to go. Brett Wilson was the chief destroyer for Australia picking up 3-18 including the in-form Dan Bowser for just five.

Jack Perry (25*) and Tayler Young (21*) rode to the rescue with a partnership of 46 to see the hosts home to a three wicket victory.

Australia will take on South Africa tomorrow with the winners earning the right to face England in the 40 over final on Monday.

Read full match report on England Cricket Board website.
Photo credit: England Cricket Board