Melville 3/169 def South Perth 168
Melville accomplished a strong victory against South Perth on Sunday at Tompkins Park. As both sides are positioned very tightly behind Midland-Guildford this fixture had massive ramifications for a place in the 50 Over Grand Final in two weeks. South Perth won the toss and elected to bat first, Melissa Cameron (47) continued her strong season at the top of the order followed by Piepa Cleary's (35) and Chloe Wain (24) in the middle order. However promising starts were thwarted by Melville's strong bowling attack. Amy Edgar had the sharpest figures with 2 for 23 off 6 overs. At the conclusion of the innings Melville bowled out South Perth in the final over for 168. In response Melville had little trouble with reaching the target as all batters involved reached double figures and losing just 3 wickets. Amy Edgar (34) and Western Fury all-rounder Mathilda Carmichael (55 not out) were the highest contributors in the run chase. Melville sealed the victory in the 32nd over now sitting 1 point above South Perth in the Competition table which should make for an interesting final round next weekend.
University 7/179 def by Subiaco Floreat 1/180
Subiaco-Floreat enjoyed a strong win against University on Sunday. Both team's are out of finals contention however it didn't stop either team from displaying some very impressive performances. Subiaco-Floreat won the toss and elected to bowl first, in the early going University struggled losing quick wickets. However the returning Western Australian wicket-keeper Emily Smith (98) put on an outstanding individual performance including 9 boundaries in her innings however only to fall agonizingly short of her hundred. University completed their 50 overs on 7/179. Subiaco Floreat's Emma King has the tidiest figures of 2 for 23 off her 10 overs. In response Subiaco-Floreat made it all too easy due to an outstanding performance of Megan Banting (105 not out) and Heather Graham (49 not out) as they chased the total down in just 30 overs to seal an impressive win.
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Rockingham-Mandurah 58 def by Midland Guildford 60
Midland-Guildford remain in second position with a win against Rockingham Mandurah at Lilac Hill. In a resounding bowling performance Midland Guildford we're too strong for the away side as they were dismissed cheaply for 58. In a strong performance by several Midland-Guildford players Angela McSwain 2 for 11 off 6 and Rhiannon Vinkovich 2 for 4 off 4 overs had the best figures. In response Annelies Gevers (22) and Rhiannon Vinkovich (24 not out) had little trouble in reaching the target and securing the win.
Melville 0-35 b South Perth 33
Subiaco Floreat b University.