Female Premier Cricket Review - Sunday 16th December 2018
Date of Event : Tue Dec 18, 2018 11:00AM

Female Premier Cricket continued on Sunday 16th December, as the A & B Grade T20 Competitions moved into Round 7, while the Youth League Competition took on Round 3...



A Grade



Midland Guildford 3/81 def South Perth 80 All Out



Midland Guildford were eager for the win on Sunday afternoon at Lilac Hill. Having won the toss and electing to field first, Sheldyn Cooper produced a magnificent bowling effort taking 4 wickets for the side and a team effort ended South Perth’s innings with a total of 80 runs in 19.2 overs. Melissa Cameron and Silver Siegers top scored for Midland Guildford with 16 runs each. Midland Guildford begun their innings in a confident position which was shown from batters Lauren Blizard (25) and Georgie Ireland (21no) who shared a partnership of 44. Wickets were taken by South Perth’s Cameron and Zoe Brittcliffe, however the game ended at 17 overs South Perth taking the win with an overall score of 3/81.



Melville 1/61 def Subiaco Floreat 60 All Out



Another A Grade game had an early finish with Melville taking the win against Subiaco Floreat at Tompkins Park. All players entered the pitch to bat with only Shenae Reichelt (10) and Ayla Meintjes (10) reaching double figures for Subiaco Floreat. Ashlee King was bowling exceptionally well taking 3 wickets and 2 maiden overs in a total of 4 overs. Melville needed to 61 to claim the win which they achieved in just 12.5 overs. Meg Thompson top scored with 30no followed by Niamh Walsh, 15no and Rebecca West, 10.




B Grade



Midland Guildford 3/101 def South Perth 7/97



Midland Guildford won the toss electing to field first at Lilac Hill on what was a windy Sunday afternoon. Georgia Wylie (28) and Danni Dewsbury (23no) both showed strong performances, however Midland Guildford was applying the pressure with both Elizabeth Dawson and Rhiannon Vinkovich taking 2 wickets each in the 20 over innings. Midland Guildford fought back with Annelies Gevers (39) and Elizabeth Dawson (21) opening beautifully with a partnership of 41 before the team was able to take the win in 18.5 overs.



Melville 5/129 def Subiaco Floreat 8/82



Melville defeated Subiaco Floreat with both innings reaching the full 20 overs. Melville got off to a fantastic start with Lauren Thompson (49), Jessica Row (30) and Gabrielle Simmonds (23) top scoring for the team. Jessica Emery from Subiaco Floreat did well to take 2 wickets in 2 overs before Melville ended their innings with 5/129. Subiaco Floreat’s Shenae Reichelt opened with a total of 21 runs before Jacqueline Naidoo stepped up and made 31 runs. Melville’s bowlers disrupted any flow created by Subiaco Floreat with 8 wickets taken for an overall score of 82.



Rockingham Mandurah 5/105 def by University 7/119



Sonia Yadav had a stand out performance on Sunday afternoon ending University’s batting innings with 47no. The side elected to bat first having won the toss, even though they got off to a slow start, University persisted making a total of 119 runs. Zoe Ryniker was in tremendous form for Rockingham Mandurah taking 5 wickets and a maiden over in a total of 4 overs.  Rockingham Mandurah’s Kayla Van Spall fought back hard as the opening batsman’s for the team making 55 runs. Bronwyn Walker also had some extra drive with 30no, it was a close finish with University taking the win by just 14 runs.



Youth League



Melville 6/121 def Subiaco Floreat 6/95



It was a very windy Sunday morning at Tompkins Park which saw a challenging and close match take place between Melville and Subiaco Floreat. Melville began their innings with a partnership of 42 between Lauren Thompson (33) and Gorgia Platten (14). Charis Bekker and Evelyn Brock both took 2 wickets for Subiaco Floreat before the innings came to an end. Phoebe Wardell-Johnson was in good form taking 2 early wickets for Melville. The team kept the pressure on, even with Subiaco Floreat’s, Ayla Meintjes putting up a strong fight reaching 39no before the 20 overs came to a wrap with Melville winning by 26 runs.



Midland Guildford 8/66 def by South Perth 0/68



South Perth proved too strong for Midland Guildford as Monica Rallabhandi taking 4 wickets and a maiden over across 3 overs. Emma Davidson top scored for Midland Guildford with 13 runs before Zoe Britcliffe took a wicket. Georgia Wylie (39no) and Britcliffe (20no) were batting in outstanding form being the only two players to bat for South Perth’s entire innings. In 12.1 overs they were none for 68 runs proving a convincing win. 



Rockingham Mandurah 3/115 def Wanneroo 97



Lark Hill saw an interesting match between Rockingham Mandurah and Wanneroo. Winning the toss, Wanneroo elected to field first and Rockingham Mandurah took advantage of this using all their energy to achieve 115 runs. Saffron Mollett was batting beautifully ending the innings with 47no.Rockingham Mandurah’s bowler also had an impressive performance with Caitlyn Helsewood and Zoe Ryniker taking 3 wickets each. Emma Wilson (20) and Kristin Jones (14) top scored contributing to Wanneroo’s overall score but they fell 18 runs short of a win.



Last updated: Tuesday December 18, 2018 2:17PM