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Female Premier Cricket Review - Sunday 6th January 2019
Date of Event : Tue Jan 8, 2019 9:00AM

Female Premier Cricket continued Sunday 6th January, as the A & B Grade T20 competitions moved into Round 8, while the Youth League Competition took on Round 4...

 

A Grade

 

  

Subiaco Floreat 0/72 def University 6/71

 

University started the day off well winning the toss and electing to bat against Subiaco Floreat at James Oval. Subiaco Floreat were in good form with Jacqueline Naidoo and Shenae Reichelt both taking two wickets, therefore keeping University to 71 runs across the 20 overs. Tansi Price top scored with 20. It was a short innings for Subiaco Floreat with Megan Banting performing extremely well with the bat scoring 52no alongside Millie Monaghan on 17no, reaching a total of 72 runs in 7.2 overs and claiming the win.

 

Melville 1/81 def South Perth 7/80

 

Having won the toss and electing to bat, South Perth got off to a slower start with their opening batsmen getting out for a combined total of 3.  Molly Healy (27) and Nicola Shaw (28no) kept the team’s innings alive before the 20 overs concluded with the team achieving 7/80. Melville fought back hard with Rachael West (32) and Gorgia Platten (27no) leading the batting line up. Their scores, joined with the 22 extras, led to Melville winning the match with 1/81.

 

 

B Grade

 

 

Melville 10/76 def South Perth 10/69

 

Sunday morning at Richardson Park saw terrific fielding efforts from both Melville and South Perth with the teams getting all batsmen out in both innings. Melville batted first reaching a total of 76 runs with top scorers Lauren Thompson contributing 20 runs and Natasha Wylie making 15. South Perth’s Lauren Russo took 3 wickets in 3 overs followed by Jean McKinlay taking 2 in 2.1 overs. South Perth’s Monica Rallabhandi (4) and Jasmine Holt (14) held the highest partnership of 23. Melville’s bowling was too strong for the side with Gabrielle Simmonds, Wylie and Rebecca McGrath all taking 2 wickets each and stealing the win by just 7 runs.

 

Midland Guildford 7/128 def Rockingham-Mandurah 4/82

 

Midland Guildford saw some big scores from batsmen’s Alisha Kozma making 50 runs and Rhiannon Vinkovich making 37 runs, together holding a partnership of 89 runs. Saffron Mollett from Rockingham-Mandurah was bowling extremely well taking 4 wickets in 4 overs, however it wasn’t enough to slow down the batsmen with the team making 128 runs. Rockingham-Mandurah batted consistent double figure scores with Mollett also top scoring in runs on 22. They fought for the full 20 overs but couldn’t quite make a comeback ending with 4/82.  

 

Subiaco Floreat def University

 

Subiaco Floreat won on forfeit.

 

Youth League

 

 

South Perth 0/31 def Wanneroo 10/30

 

Richardson Park saw a very quick game unfold. Wanneroo were first to bat with South Perth getting all players out in 12.4 overs for just 30 runs. Jean McKinlay took 4 wickets in 3.4 overs and Tyler Jones took 3 wickets in 3 overs. South Perth went into bat needing 31 for the win, which they achieved in just 3.4 overs. Georgia Wylie (24) and Molly Healy (6) were the only players to face a ball.

 

Melville 8/98 def Midland Guildford 8/79

 

Midland Guildford won the toss at Lilac Hill electing to field first. Melville came out firing with Gorgia Platten making 46 runs off 45 balls, together with Lauren Thompson (25), they held a partnership of 82 runs. Melville fielded well with 3 players getting run out and Kelsey Hasleby taking 2 wickets and a catch. Midland Guildford couldn’t get going with the largest partnership only reaching 19 runs and a top score of 15 from Emma Davidson. The team batted the full 20 overs but Melville still took the win by 19 runs.

 

Subiaco Floreat 2/96 def Rockingham Mandurah 4/95

 

A very hot day in Perth saw Subiaco Floreat take on Rockingham Mandurah at Lark Hill. Rockingham Mandurah batted first with Sonia Yadav having a great performance with the bat making 37 runs. Although the side experienced 3 run outs from the opening batters and 1 wicket taken by Subiaco Floreat’s Evelyn Brock, the 31 extras awarded assisted greatly to their 95 total runs scored. Subiaco Floreat came out competitively with Olivia Purnell producing a brilliant 41 runs off 40 balls not out. Zoe Ryniker and Brooke Gardner took a wicket each, but it wasn’t enough to stop Subiaco Floreat with the side making 96 runs in just 10.4 overs.


Last updated: Tuesday January 8, 2019 12:11PM