Westfields Sports duo excel on the pitch

Rising stars: Westfields Sports High School students Hannah Darlington and Jackson Isakka have had a big year on the cricket field. Picture: Chris Lane
Rising stars: Westfields Sports High School students Hannah Darlington and Jackson Isakka have had a big year on the cricket field. Picture: Chris Lane

Fairfield sports achiever medallion recipient Hannah Darlington continues to shine on the cricket field.

The Westfields Sports High School student has just returned from helping NSW win the National Indigenous Cricket Championships at Alice Springs.

She was only dismissed once in the tournament to record an average of 97 with the bat and chipped in with nine wickets at an average of seven.

It follows on from her  success as part of the Sydney Thunder Women's BBL Squad where she starred with the ball for the winning Ellyse Perry XI in a WBBL under-18 exhibition match at the MCG.

And the summer is not done yet for the year 11 student.

Hannah, who plays with Campbelltown-Camden in the Sydney Women's Competition, will next week lead the Sydney South West team at the NSWCHS Girls Championships at Hawkesbury.

Another all-rounder at the school Jackson Isakka is also getting ready for representative honours.

The first XI captain has been selected to represent  the NSWCHS team in the NSW All Schools under-19 cricket championships next week at Bathurst.

Jackson was awarded the Alan Davidson merit award, for being Sydney South West's best performer leading to his selection.

He is hoping to captain Westfields’ to the Alan Davidson Shield title next month.