WA Female Premier T20 Round 4 Wrap Up
Date of Event : Wed Nov 22, 2017 2:45PM

South Perth 5/135 def University 6/58


South Perth have registered their first T20 win against University at Richardson Park on Sunday. University won the toss and elected to bowl first. South Perth made great used of the conditions as Katie Cross (60) and Melissa Cameron (30) and Nicky Shaw (20)  got South Perth of to a solid total of 135 for the loss of 5 wickets. Rebecca Grundy was the pick of Universities bowlers with 2 wickets for 13 runs of her 4 overs. In response University's top order couldn't get going due to the strength of South Perth's attack and could not recover. Cassie Stephens (24n.o) and Gemma Cassidy (19) performed well in the lower order however Katie Cross's 2 for 23 and Emma West's 2 for 5 restricted University to 58 and sealed the game for South Perth.


Melville 30 def by Midland-Guildford 1/34


Midland-Guildford have continued their strong start in all formats with a comprehensive victory over Melville at Tompkins Park. Melville won the toss and elected to bat however suffered a stunning collapse and were all out for just 30. A 5 wicket haul from Amanda Ballucci for the cost of just 6 runs was outstanding with the ball. Midland Guildford lost just 1 wicket in the chase but won the game in 7 overs.


B Grade


Rockingham Mandurah 8/66 def by Subiaco Floreat 5/121

Subiaco Floreat secured a strong win against Rockingham-Mandurah at Lark Hill on the weekend. Subiaco Floreat won the toss and elected to bat first, Emily Johnston (34) and Sam Quadrio (33) performed very well in the middle order. Subiaco-Floreat reached 121 for the loss of 20 overs. Caitlyn Helsewood took 2 wickets for the home side. In response Subiaco-Floreat's bowling proved too strong as Rockingham-Mandurah's batsmen were restricted to just 66 runs for the loss of 8 wicket. Jacqueline Naidoo performed well with the ball with figures of 2 for 5 off 3 overs.


 Around The Grounds


 South Perth 2-153(cc) (Wyllie 59no, Healy 58no) b University 1-147(cc); Midland-Guildford 5-69 (Jecks 31; Bransby 2-13) b Melville 5-68(cc) (Platten 35no); Subiaco Floreat 5-121(cc) (Johnston 34, Quadrio 33no; Helsewood 2-19) b Rockingham-Mandurah 8-66(cc) (Naidoo 2-5, Meintjes 2-13).





Last updated: Wednesday November 22, 2017 7:00PM
Author: Shyam Menasse