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Another Gibson girl arrives on the scene

Round 18: Uni v Charlestown, Merewether v Cardiff, Belmont v City, Hamwicks v Wallsend, Wests v Stockton, Toronto v Waratah (all two-day games).THERE could be a secondGibson girl breaking into the Women’s Big Bash League in the near future.

Singleton 16-year-oldNell Gibson, who isthe youngersister of Sydney Thunder leg-spinnerMaisy, caused a Valentine’s Day massacre at the Village Green on Sunday when she claimed a hat-trick in Sydney women’s first-grade cricket.

The medium-pace bowler finished with figures of 5-10 off 10 overs as her Universities side demolished Northern District for68 in 24.1 overs. Universities finished 3-70 after 16.1 overs.

Maisy Gibson played nine games in the inauguralWBBL this season, including the Thunder’s final win over the Sydney Sixers.

**Jason Sangha’s NSW Second XI debut might have failed to deliver on thehype, but his maiden first-grade match against Randwick-Petersham was more memorable.

The 16-year-old Wallsend product made an unbeaten 53 off 48 deliveries in the club’s 49-run loss to Eastern Suburbs in a50-over game at Petersham Oval on Saturday.

The innings came three days after Sangha’s three-ball duck for the NSW Second XI in their Futures League winover ACT at Manuka Oval.

**Johnathon Maloney may be back playing cricket for Cardiff-Boolaroo, but he will not resume bowling until next summer.

The former Northern Districts fast bowler made an impressive start to the season by taking six wickets in three matches, but a stress fracture in his back against Stockton grounded his campaign.

Maloney scored 48 in the Twenty20 loss to Uni on Sunday and will continue to play for the struggling CBsas a batsman.

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