Melville 5/207 def University 97
Melville completed a comprehensive victory over University on Sunday in the One Day Competition at Tompkins Park. Melville won the toss and elected to bat first, which they took full opportunity of as Mathilda Carmichael (135) and Megan Thompson (102) we're outstanding, piling on the runs reaching a insurmountable 327 for the loss of 5 wickets. Cassie Stephens took 2 wickets for University. Melville then displayed their strength with the ball as they dismissed University for 97. Gemma Cassidy (24) was the top scorer. Melville's Renee Chappell was very good with the ball claiming 3 wickets for 8 runs off just 3 overs.
Midland-Guildford 148 def Subiaco-Floreat 139
Midland-Guildford we're put to the test against a strong Subiaco-Floreat outfit on Sunday at Lilac Hill. Both line up's included a number of state representatives which was sure to create an interesting match. Midland Guildford won the toss and elected to bat first, Captain and opener Chloe Piparo (62) continued her strong form with the bat however a brilliant 5 wicket haul by Subiaco-Floreat's Emma King and 3 wickets for 25 from Jacqueline Naidoo restricted Midland Guildford to just 148 off 34 overs. For Subiaco Floreat a positive start by Megan Banting (20) followed by Heather Graham (60) whom top scored. However a very good bowling spell from Bhavisha Devchand who took 4 for 28 off 9 overs and Elizabeth Dawson claimed 3 for 22 off her 4 overs restricted Subiaco Floreat 9 runs shy of a win in a very competitive match.
Bye: South Perth
South Perth 3/78 def Rockingham Mandurah 77
South Perth put on a very strong performance against Rockingham-Mandurah in a comprehensive victory. South Perth won the toss and elected to bowl first which proved to be the right call as they dismissed Rockingham-Mandurah for just 77. South Perth's Tyler Jones had a day out claiming 6 wickets for just 3 runs off 4 overs. South Perth reached the target 3 wickets down in the 17th over as Georgia Wyllie (38) and Sarah Patman (19 not out) saw their side home to victory.
Midland Guildford 125 def Subiaco-Floreat 123
Midland Guildford got the points over Subiaco Floreat at Lilac Hill in the B Grade Competition. Subiaco-Floreat won the toss and elected to bat first captain Emily Johnston (27) top scored alongside Ayla Meintjes (26). However Midland Guildford's bowlers performed well as Sue Gray claimed 3 for 10 off 7 overs as well as Mel Jecks claiming 3 for 19 off her 7 overs which restricted Subiaco-Floreat to 123 from 37.4 overs. In response Lauren Blizard (44) performed very strongly at the top of the order followed by Sue Gray (29 not out ) Charlotte Cook contributed for Subiaco-Floreat with the ball claiming 2 for 25 off 5. Midland Guildford reached the target of 123 to seal a strong victory in the 25th over.
Melville defeated University