Well that was pretty poor. Takes a new guard on off stump*, bat nowhere near the pad, ball through a sizeable gate to take out off. Lad needs some more time in the county circuit - he's had a taste of the levels required, so hopefully he knows what to focus on.
*Genuinely didn't know that most pros take a leg or middle and leg guard until they were talking about it the other day - I was always taught to go middle, with the odd decent batsman at our level going towards the off stump. Guess when you're proper high level batsman, you trust your hand-eye co-ordination to pick up what you can see, and you're more concerned with keeping everything in your eye line on the straight. Opens up the drive as well I suppose.