Adam Bull brings up his 3,000 runs for the True Blues
Milestones to Adam Bull and Nathan McNally marked an otherwise disappointing weekend for the True Blues.
Openning batsman Adam Bull became the 26th Prahran player to register 3,000 1st XI runs during his innings of 38 not out against Dandenong on Sunday.
In his 16th Premier Cricket season, his ninth at Prahran since making the move from Dandenong in 2008, Bull has now accumulated 4,236 runs in the top grade over his 174 games.
From his 110 matches for the True Blues he has 3,030 runs at an average of 27.45, including three centuries and 16 fifties.
His top score of 163 came in memorable Round 6 clash against Footscray in the 2013/14 season which also featured in his best partnership of 135 with James Miller for the fourth wicket. His efforts couldn't save the True Blues on that day as they fell 14 runs short of the Doggies' 308. Big quick Jake Haberfield had a day out with 7/82.
New skipper Nathan McNally also achieved a significant milestone in last Sunday's game when Dandenong's James Nanopolous became his 100th victim.
Nathan finished with team best figures of 4/17 for the day to take his tally to 103 at the healthy average of 20.06 from his 72 matches for the club.
Congratulations to both Adam and Nathan and we look forward to more runs and wickets ahead.
Nathan McNally bowling at Dandenong last Sunday.