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WA Premier Cricket Under 17's & 15's Review Round 1
Date of Event : Tue Oct 10, 2017 8:58AM

WADCC Shield (Under 17)

Midland Guildford CC has started their season with a win over Perth CC at Lilac Hill. The home side won the toss and sent Perth into bat. Multiple Perth players scored 20 runs or more but unfortunately for the Demons no one could progress to higher figures, Russell Cowcher (32) was the leading run scorer. Oscar Anderson was the pick of the bowlers with 4/33 off 12 overs. Mildand-Guildford responded strongly reaching the score comfortably, Brayden Brehaut (54) and Jack Kelly (33) were the highest contributors towards the win. Martyn Bernadino performed admirably with 3/29 off 10.

 

Joondalup CC and Centurions JCC played out a close game at the Iluka Sports Complex. Centurions won the toss and sent the home side in to bat. Runs must have been hard to come by as Joondalup were all out for 110, a notable mention goes to Wesley Fleiser (27) for Centurions. Mathew Shyne 3/7 and Elliot Morris 3/21 had exceptional bowling figures for Joondalup. Centurions were unable to chase down the target being all out for 110. Callum Andrews (23) was the leading scorer as Rajit Bose 4/17 off 11 restricted the away side. Joondalup were 1/26 in their second innings.

 

 Around the Grounds

Fremantle 4-240 (Holman 74, Toomey 68; Forssman 2-48) b Wanneroo 140 (Kelsey 32, Henderson 32; Toomey 3-21, Browne 2-15); Gosnells 7-136(dec) (Dawson 37, Wahid 28no; Rossi 2-10, Jorgensen 2-17) drew Mount Lawley 3-101(cc) (French 51, Mirco 29); Melville 6-153(cc) (Russell 53, Goodwin 27no; Moylan 3-30) b Scarborough 9-115(cc) (Moylan 29; Veletta 2-19, Edwards 2-35); Midland-Guildford 7-204(cc) (Brehaut 54, Kelly 33; Bernadino 3-29) b Perth 176 (Cowcher 32, Scott 27; O Anderson 4-33, Knight 2-19); Rockingham-Mandurah 9-138(dec) (Hogarth 59; Dique 5-31, Wasley 2-35) drew Bayswater-Morley 7-117(cc) (Todd 37, Peters 29; Kearney 3-11, Hogarth 3-40); Subiaco Floreat 176 (Kane 71, Chivers 26no; Edmondstone 3-40, Drake-brockman 3-47) b South Perth 8-153(cc) (Edmondstone 65; Ratnawibhushana 3-26, Nicholson 2-30); Joondalup 116 (Fleiser 27, O'brien 25no, Puttins 25; Shyne 3-7, Morris 3-21) and 1-26 b Centurions 110 (Bose 4-17, Perera 2-5); Willetton 9-232(cc) (Gleeson 81, Smith 44; Carr 4-45, Doggart 3-42) and 0-76 (Van deuren 51no) b Claremont-Nedlands 107 (Elias 30; Scott 2-14, Smith 2-18).

 

WA Premier Cricket Under 15’s

Willeton CC started their season off strongly on the weekend defeating Claremont-Nedlands CC. Claremont-Nedlands won the toss and elected to bowl which proved costly for the Tigers as Willeton posted a strong first innings total of 234 with the loss of only 5 wickets. Lachlan Lake (117n.o) was the standout performer alongside a strong contribution from opening batsmen Max De-Vries (47). Whilst Claremont-Nedlands had multiple wicket-takers across the board. The Tigers were unable to reach the target reaching 145/6. Notable bowling came from Arnav Pimple who claimed 2/7 off 6 overs. Willeton then posted 3/65 in their second innings.

 

Wanneroo CC also started their season off well defeating Fremantle at Kingsway Sports Ground. Wanneroo won the toss, elected to bowl which proved to be the right decision, dismissing Fremantle for 157, notable mentions go to Jamie Walsh (36) at the top of the order. Sharad Jessani took 4/17 off 12 overs with help from Thomas Elliot 3/34 off 11 overs. Wanneroo responded strongly being all out for 267. An outstanding performance by Aryan Varsani (101 n.o) and Harrison Baxter (65) Fremantle had multiple wicket takers but a strong batting performance from Wanneroo ensured a win.

 

Around the Grounds

Wanneroo 267 (Varsani 101no, Baxter 65; Camarda 2-23, B Walsh 2-27) b Fremantle 157 (Walsh 36; Jessani 4-17, Elliot 3-34); Mount Lawley 6-118(cc) (Littleton 58no, Sherry 25; Hari bhaskar 3-13) and 0-48(cc) b Gosnells 97 (Gerrand 3-1, Mcfarlane 2-15); Scarborough 8-185(dec) (Chew 34, Connolly 29; Lawless 3-33, Yonge 2-21) b Melville 63 (Lynes 5-19, Travers 2-10) and 4-32 (Cleaver 2-8, Travers 2-10); Midland-Guildford 114 (Lucas 31; O'reilly 3-16, Knowles 2-0) and 1-36 b Perth 74 (Manolini 3-9, Gray 2-16); Bayswater-Morley 9-194(cc) (Egan 100; Cheater 3-25, Oliver 2-47) b Rockingham-Mandurah 4-154 (Wyllie 54no, Richards 34); Subiaco Floreat 9-180(dec) (Murray 52, Sculthorpe 39; Host 3-28, Fernandes 3-28) b South Perth 64 (Sculthorpe 4-2, Waters 3-1) and 39 (Sculthorpe 5-7, Waters 2-8); Joondalup 8-205(cc) (I Demarte 52, Ryan 38; Holding 3-28, Klemm 2-18) b Centurions 111(cc) (Klemm 37; Ryan 3-28, Savage 2-11) and 2-27 (Demarte 2-7); Willetton 5-234(cc) (Lake 117no, De-vries 47) and 3-65 (Cope 29no) b Claremont-Nedlands 6-145(cc) (Kavanagh 45no, Tibballs 26; Pimple 2-7).


Last updated: Tuesday October 10, 2017 2:11PM
Author: Daniel Gibbons