Fellows leads Bradford 
in Yorkshire T20 clash

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HANGING HEATON captain Gary Fellows will captain the Bradford League when they face Yorkshire in their eagerly-awaited T20 clash at Pudsey Congs on Monday (6pm).

Seven different clubs will be represented with the side selected by team manager Paul Hutchison for the JCT600 challlenge match.

Congs’ Callum Geldart, who became the first player to score a century in the league’s T20 Cup final, will open the batting with Fellows.

James Wainman, who has been playing for Farsley this season, is one of the newcomers.

Another new face is Cleckheaton’s young paceman Curtis Free, while Jack Hartley’s early-season performances have earned the opening bowler his place. Lightcliffe’s spin bowling all-rounder Suleman Khan has been named as the team’s one overseas player.

Congs are also replaced by Adam Patel, with James Smith and Steve Watts being the Pudsey St Lawrence representatives.

Cleckheaton’s Mally Nicholson will keep wicket, with Hanging Heaton player David Stiff also selected.

Clecheaton (126) made an early exit from this season’s Black Sheep Yorkshire Champions Trophy when they suffered a one-wicket defeat at the hands of the York Senior League champions Woodhouse Grange (129-9).

A pulsating clash saw the David Stow National Village champions claim victory when Tom Young hit Cleckheaton spinner Andrew Deegan for two successive sixes on his way to 55 not out as he saw Woodhouse home.

CONGRATULATIONS: England's Dawid Malan and Jonny Bairstow walk off at stumps at the end of day one at the WACA. Picture: Jason O'Brien/PA

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