Perth University CC, 2003-04
"He was very adept technically and they were good tracks, so any flaws could be covered. The conditions were different - Perth pitches are a lot bouncier - but he didn't change anything. He played 10 matches that season, scoring 407 runs at 45.22 with a highest score of 159. He was social and didn't shut himself away, but he kept up the hard work on his game. He was a short guy with freckles and red hair, but he was a strong character. We still remember the outrageous celebration for one of his nine wickets with his dibbly dobbers."
John Townsend, club official
Could Bell be any more of a laughing stock?
No wonder he struggles with confidence.