You should check him out on Play cricket with regards his bowling as he's very effective and yet he's only about 15 or 16. He's accurate and it's a case of - you miss - I hit. So be very wary - he deserves some respect - play straight and watch for his variations. On the Benfleet pitch next to the woods - furthest from their pavilion - in the game where I faced him and bowled against him in late August, the wicket offered little in the way of spin, so he didn't get much turn off the wicket. From what I could see he bowls right arm finger-spin and a variation which looked like a leg-break, neither of which turned.
In our game, the more aggressive batsmen fell foul to him - simply not showing any respect for him from what I could see. Our better batsman dealt with him fine, but was watchful by the looks of the scorecard below...
My suggested plan for Joe Owen if you're a Wrist-Spinner
As a batsman - he was okay, as you can see from my pitch diagram and based on other people's observations he either favoured or only has pull-shot that he's happy to play. The obvious conclusion looking at this and from the results of bowling at him is not to bowl legside. We were playing with 9 blokes, so setting a field was a little tricky and many of these runs could be negated by having your better players at fine-leg about 1/2 to 1/3rd of the way in from the boundary as the shots were in the air. Similarly a bloke at square leg, in a more conventional position and another bloke at deep mid-wicket sweeping. In theory, then cutting off his runs and dependent on the need to make runs he's going to be forced to play through the off-side which he did on a few occasions playing straight drives bringing the potential to find the edge of the bat.
I found on that wicket the ball didn't turn much at all and didn't see anyone else turn it in any significant way. Although, as I said in the account of the match here I wasn't getting any real spin on the ball, so on a better day it might turn? If it is turning and you're able to bowl a reasonable line and keep the ball off of anywhere leg-side, you're going to cause him problems, especially if you've got either a top-spinner, wrong-un or a ball that goes on. With the ball not turning, he struggled to get the ball through the covers (B) with the fielder intercepting the ball the majority of the time, again this will need to be one of your players that's willing to put their body on the line and dive around a little.
With the field set like this I reckon you're going to cut off most of his primary shots as well as reducing the run rate and keeping him on-strike. Anything that is a little off-line on the legside he is going to look to pull, so the potential for a wicket is there for that shot. But a stock Leg-Break on the off-stump varying flight, speed and the amount of spin is going to cause problems... edging it through to either the keeper or slips or with a variation such as a Top-Spinner cramping him up the close in fielders and you yourself are going to be in with a chance.
The other thing you might want to consider if you're a risk-taker and the game is either set in your favour or requires a more attacking approach is the tempter approach...
With this field, you do need to be bowling well, getting the ball on an off-stump line. Leave both areas A and B empty. The idea here is that you'd be tempting Owen to try and drive the ball through the off-side, or revert to a higher risk approach and attempt to fetch the ball from the off-side looking to hit it through zone B. Again, I reckon this may work if it entices him into playing aggressively looking to hit fours through the empty regions A & B. Combine stock Leg-Breaks with over-spun Leg-Breaks and Top-Spinners. 11 and 6 need to be your fastest and more agile fielders and six might mover round into a more mid-wicket position. I think this might induce a miss-hit leading edge of the bat that'd be caught by the close in fielders or if he manages to get something on it - one that might go up in the air a long way for the fielders at 11 and 6.
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