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WA Female Premier Cricket Wrap Up Round 10
Date of Event : Mon Jan 29, 2018 11:55AM

A Grade

 

Melville 3/112 def South Perth 111

 

Melville have capped off a fine season with a win against South Perth. Playing at Tompkins Park, Melville won the toss and elected to bowl first. Solid starts from key players Melissa Cameron (25) and Katie Cross (23) had South Perth in a positive position however after dismissing both girls South Perth struggled to generate many more runs there after as they finished with 7/111. Melville's Meg Thompson was strong with the ball with 2 for 15 off 4 overs. South Perth we're gallant in the field as they took the game down to the final ball of the innings. Melville's opener Amy Edgar (52 not out) was excellent as she carried the bat through the innings to steer her side home. Meg Thompson (26) also contributed to the run chase. South Perth's Emily Hessell performed well with 2 for 21 off 4 overs in a tight match. Melville now play Midland-Guildford in the grand final on the 25th of February at Lilac Hill.

 

Subiaco-Floreat 68 def by University 6/109

 

University earned a very good win against cross town rivals Subiaco-Floreat away from home on Sunday. University won the toss and elected to bat first, Nicole Ayres (28) and Cassie Stephens (18) we're the highest of contributors for the away side. Subiaco-Floreat's Emily Johnston was outstanding with 4 wickets for 23 off her 4 overs. University finished with a strong 6/109. Unfortunately Subiaco-Floreat never looked in it as they lost early wickets, Emily Johnston (21) was again giving it her best effort but unfortunately the bowling proved to good. Cassie Stephens claimed 4 wickets for 8 runs off her 4 overs and Shelby Vitali picked up 3 wickets for 21 off her 4 overs. University took the win in a commanding fashion to end their T20 campaign on a winning note.

 

BYE Midland-Guildford

 

 B Grade

 

Rockingham-Mandurah 8/65 def by Midland-Guildford 3/67

 

Midland Guildford have secured their place in the T20 final with a win in the final game against Rockingham-Mandurah. Rockingham-Mandurah struggled with the bat as opening pair Mel Saunders (22) and Emily Britton (19) were the leading run scorers for the side. Anita Weir was very handing with ball in hand as she claimed 4 wickets for just 9 runs off her 4 overs. At the end of the innings Rockingham-Mandurah finished with a slender lead of 65 off their 20 overs. Annalies Gevers (26) got her side home with 3 overs to spare. Midland-Guildford who have been dominant in the T20 Competition all season now play Subiaco-Floreat in the Grand Final on the 25th of February.

 

Around the Grounds

 

Subiaco Floreat 50 (Dawbin 22; Bryce 3-8) b University 6-37 (Monaghan 3-1); Melville 3-176(cc) (Row 61, Shaw 42) b South Perth 9-39 (Reed 3-5); Midland-Guildford 3-67 (Gevers 26) b Rockingham-Mandurah 8-65 (Saunders 22; Weir 4-9, Ballucci 3-10).

 

 


Last updated: Tuesday January 30, 2018 3:04PM
Author: Shyam Menasse