Isaac Barry part of winning Hunter cricket side at the 2017 NSWCHSSA boys cricket championship

UPDATE:

The winning team

The winning team

Hunter remains undefeated in the 2017 New South Wales Combined High Schools Sports Association (NSWCHSSA) Boys Cricket Championship with a win over Riverina at Barooga No.1 Oval the final.

And, talented all-rounder, Singleton High School’s, Isaac Barry is a member of the team. 

Isaac’s dad, Jason Barry, has just messaged: “We won, great game.”

“We scored 118 got them all out for 102 in 46th over.”

Earlier article:

Singleton High School’s Isaac Barry is at this very moment contesting the final of the NSWCHSSA Secondary Cricket Boys Championship on the banks of the Murray river in Barooga.

Isaac (right) is pictured with Maitland reps Callum Gabriel and Will Fort who are also in the Hunter side.

Isaac (right) is pictured with Maitland reps Callum Gabriel and Will Fort who are also in the Hunter side.

He is representing the Hunter at state championships and they are up against Riverina at Barooga No.1 Oval.

So far the side has been undefeated during the tournament and along the way they have accounted for Sydney West, Sydney South West and Western. 

All the best Isacc!

Singleton all-rounder, Isaac Barry, pictured in 2016 when he was selected to play in the in Country Cricket NSW (CCNSW) U16’s competition the Bradman Cup.

Singleton all-rounder, Isaac Barry, pictured in 2016 when he was selected to play in the in Country Cricket NSW (CCNSW) U16’s competition the Bradman Cup.