The Male Premier Cricket season continued with One Day matches on Saturday 13th October. First and Second Grade also continued on Sunday with Round 4 fixtures but most matches never saw any play due to inclement weather. To catch up with highlights from the lower grades please read below and check out all of the scores on MyCricket.
Josh Chojnowski claimed a five wicket haul picking up 5-27 for Fremantle against Subiaco Floreat. The Lions made 152 (43.5) before the total was comfortably chased down with Fremantle making 4/153. Brody Lewis knocked 68 at the top of the order for Fremantle. Perth amassed a massive 8/282 (50) with Tom Casey hitting 112. In reply Mount Lawley were bowled out for 156 with only Corey Evans mustering much defense making 54 before being bowled by Ethan Carrington. Carrington picked up 2-20 along with Akash Fotedar (4-33) to be the pick of the Demons bowlers.
The Slatteries starred for Wanneroo with the Roos posting 7/158 (38) before bowling Claremont-Nedlands out for 99 (35). Mitchell Slattery made 46 from 85 balls opening the batting before Jordan Slattery came on later with the ball to nab 4-25 from 6.4 overs. Over at Sutherlands Park, Gosnells notched a comfortable win against Joondalup. Joondalup was bowled out for 130 (43.1) with Stephen Montgomery taking 5-30 for Gosnells. The Hawks chased down the modest total after 32 overs making 2/132. Braden Norwood saw his team home with an undefeated 59 from 53 balls.
It was a bowlers day out at Tompkins Park between Melville and Bayswater-Morley. The Bears made 88 (28.2) before Melville scraped to 7/89 (29) in reply. Luke Roberts and Greg Turner each grabbed 4 wickets for the Storm while Daniel Howes claimed 3-34 for the Bears. At Abbett Park Scarborough made 7/215 (45) thanks to a 75 from Ricardo de Nobrega agaisnt Midland-Guildford. Zane Thurston took 3-49 for Midland-Guildford. Midland-Guildford was led by captain Scott Ogilvie (73) to a comfortable 3/216 (42) in replay. Liam Pollard (2-39) was the only multiple wicket taker for the Gulls.
Only three games saw any play with Midland-Guildford defeating Wanneroo, Fremantle defeating Joondalup and Subiaco Floreat losing to Perth. Fremantle and Joondalup fought out a high scoring affair defying the beneficial bowling conditions. Joondalup posted 4/238 (45) with contributions from all including captain Matthew Farmer (74). But it would prove too little with Bayley Holamn (75*) and Mel O'Neil-King (87*) leading the Port Boys to 3/241 (43.3) to cap off a strong weekend for the team.