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Female Premier Cricket Review - Sunday 11th November 2018
Date of Event : Mon Nov 12, 2018 8:52AM

The Female Premier Cricket Season carried on in fine weather on Sunday 11th November as Round 4 of the A & B Grade T20 Competitions took place...

 

A Grade

 

South Perth 3/121 def Subiaco Floreat 106 All Out

 

South Perth took the chocolates over Subiaco Floreat at Floreat Park with a tight 15 run victory in the A Grade fixture. Batting first, South Perth amassed 3/121 from their 20 overs as Molly Healy continued her good form, compiling 50 from just 48 calls, while Emily Hessell made 37. Jacqueline Naidoo was the best of the bowlers for Subiaco Floreat, taking 1/17 from her 4 overs. The Subiaco Floreat chase did not get off to the best start as Zoe Britcliffe (2/10) took a couple of early wickets, while captain Emma Meuleman lifter her side with a tidy 3/10 off 3 overs. Despite 26 towards the end of the innings from Jess Emery, it wasn't to be enough as Subiaco Floreat fell 15 runs short.

 

University 3/135 def Midland Guildford 9/108

 

University recorded an impressive win over Midland Guildford at James Oval after being sent into bat first. Tansi Price (44) and Emily Smith (46) led from the front with a 68 run partnership as University recorded 3/135 off their 20 overs. Beth Dawson led the reply for Midland Guildford, scoring 46 from 49 balls but could not find enough assistance from others, as Cassie Stephens took 4/9 from her 4 overs to lead University to a 27 run victory. 

 

B Grade

 

Melville 4/159 def Rockingham Mandurah 2/97

 

Melville won the toss and elected to bat first at Lark Hill, recording 4/159 off their 20 overs as Gabby Simmonds (49) and Jess Row (27) added 79 for the second wicket. The Rockingham Mandurah chase got off equally well in a match dominated by the batters as Kayla Van Spall (59) and Eleanor Britton (21) added 96 for the first wicket before quickly falling in succession. However, it wouldn't prove to be enough as Melville ran out convincing 62 run winners.

 

Subiaco Floreat 8/69 def South Perth 60 All Out

 

Subiaco Floreat won a low scoring encounter against South Perth at Floreat Park in a match where no batter scored over 16 for either team. Subiaco Floreat could only must 8/69 batting first with 16 from Dani Vandenbok being the top score as Sarah Patman (2/13) and Jean McKinley (2/11) proved decisive with the ball. However, the Subiaco Floreat bowling attack were even more influential as Olivia Bunter took 4/7 from 4 overs as South Perth were rolled for 60, leading to a tight 9 run win to Subiaco Floreat. 

 

Midland Guildford 2/107 def by University 5/111

 

Midland Guildford won the toss and elected to bat first against University at James Oval, piling on 2/107 from their 20 overs as Annelies Gevers (46no) and Rhiannon Vinkovich (36) added 82 for the first wicket. The University chase got off to a shaky start, slipping to 3/6 as Sue Gray (2/9) took early wickets. However, Sinead Kirsten had other ideas, combining with Sonia Yadav to add 92 for the 4th wicket. Their were still 10 runs to get when Yadav fell for 24, however Kirsten led the charge, finishing 69 not out to take University home for a 5 wicket win.

 


Last updated: Monday November 12, 2018 12:39PM
Author: Luke Douglas