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Male Premier Cricket Review - Saturday 19th October 2019
Date of Event Western Australian Cricket Association: Tue Oct 22, 2019 9:28AM

 

The Alochol.ThinkAgain Male Premier Cricket continued with One-Day matches played on Saturday 19th October 2019 in Round 4 of the Senior Men's competition. With the last of one-day matches for the calendar year, the players made full use of the opportunity to play some action-packed cricket. To catch up with highlights from the lower grades please read below and check out all of the scores on MyCricket. 

 

 

Round 4

 

 

2nd Grade

 

Fremantle went down to South Perth despite Matthew Micale's impressive 55. South Perth were up to the task, chasing down 222 to win in the 49th over courtesy strong batting performance from Liam Thompson (62) and a superb all-round effort from Nic Mitchell, scoring 65 and taking 3/41.

Grant Thistle was brilliant with his 120* that cruised Bayswater-Morley to win against Rockingham-Mandurah. Youngsters Johan Van der Westhuizen (83) & Teague Wyllie (50) impressed with the bat for Mariners.

Midland-Guildford were too good for Gosnells as James Kirwan (115*) & Hayden Cobley (111) were sensational in putting up a giant score on the board before Zac Howard (5/27) & Blake Knight (4/48) ripped through the Hawks batting line up to take home a comprehensive win.

Louis Gericke (93) played well but missed out on a century while Kieren Coyne (65) provided good support to propel Joondalup to 268 before the bowlers combined to dismiss Melville for 209.

Leigh Millar's 5/28 was instrumental in Wanneroo smashing Mount Lawley as Daniel Sadik (59 & 2/19) chipped in with an all-round performance while Deon Billington also contributed with 58*.

Kye Stevens (62) & Nathan Hutchison (56) played well to take Scarborough to a strong score before Sean O'Callaghan (5/42) ripped through Perth batting order to give Gulls a convincing victory against the reigning Premiers.

University defeated Claremont-Nedlands as Lynton Pearson (62) led the way with the bat before bowlers combined to restrict the Tigers to 173 in pursuit of 232.

Shayne Wornes (70) & sean Brennan (52) helped Willetton to a strong total before Prad Gunaratne (4/32) spun a web to defeat Subiaco-Floreat convincingly. 

 

 

3rd Grade

 

University defeated Claremont-Nedlands courtesy of a fantastic 127 off 126 balls by Lachlan Ashton, scoring the highest individual score in third grade this season.

Atreya Guha's impressive 5/41 wasn't enough to keep Fremantle at bay as skipper Mel O'Neil-King (71) led the Port to a strong total before Robbie Holmes (4/15) & Jack Camarda (3/6) combined to do the job with the ball, bowling out South Perth for 103 in pursuit of 192.

Joondalup defeated Melville as Greg Dimery (47*), Cayden Baker (46) & Harman Sekhon (43) made valuable contributions to lead the Northern Centurions to a last-over victory.

Bailey House (66) continued good form with the bat as Midland-Guildford bowlers were too good for Gosnells, dismissing the Hawks for 112 in a 116-run win.

Andrew Brigden-Guthrie (75) & Kevin Carlson (72*) were superb for Bayswater-Morley as they defeated Rockingham-Mandurah.

Sean Costello (71) & Nic Licastro (54) were brilliant for Scarborough, putting up 233 before Corey Young (4/12) impressed with the ball to dismiss Perth for 102 in a strong win for the Gulls.

Matthew Gleeson (50) led the way for Willetton with the bat as Stuart Biss (3/25) & Jarod Bridge (3/36) contributed with the ball to take home a comfortable win against Subiaco-Floreat.

Mitchell Slattery (50*) & Jared Maunder (3/28) were impressive for Wanneroo as they took the win in a last over thriller against Mount Lawley. Cameron Fawcett (4/32) performed well with the ball for the Hawks.

 

 

4th Grade

 

South Perth defeated Fremantle as Liam Johnson was brilliant in picking up 5/27 for the Port.

Bayswater-Morley defeated Rockingham-Mandurah as Keiran Abrams (45*) & Marsh Jackson (44) contributed with the bat while Raj Garakurthi (3/27) impressed with the ball.

Luke Goodman (3/12) led the way with the ball as Gosnells defeated Midland-Guildford in a close low-scoring contest. Blake Snell's superb 5/29 wasn't quite enough to get the Black Swans over the line as Naveen Subramani (48) made the difference with the bat chasing the total with 1 wicket to spare.

Ben Jackson's 4/22 & Rajit Bose's 3/2 made the difference as Joondalup defeated Melville after Brett McGlade (46) helped Joondalup to a strong total with the bat.

Nicholas Santich's 54 helped Wanneroo put a strong total on board against Mount Lawley before Muhammad Yaseen ran riot picking up 5/38 to take the Roos home in a convincing win. 

Scarborough defeated Perth as several batters and bowlers contributed in a strong all-round team performance.

University's Mitchell Rosher (56*) & Jeet Bhatt (52) got amongst the runs to chase down a reasonable total of 140 after Braydon Pink (4/33) performed with the ball to restrict Claremont-Nedlands to 139.

Daniel Wells made a superb 100 for Subiaco-Floreat and was well-supported by Mitchell Sepsevicius (67) to put a strong total on board. In response, Willetton's Zac Hill (85) was brilliant to set up the chase and some lower order cameos edged the Dragons past the Lions in a closely fought game.

 

 

 

Two-Day cricket begins this coming Saturday as teams gear up to play some longer-format matches in Round 5 of the WA Premier Cricket season over the next two weekends.

 


Last updated: Tuesday October 22, 2019 2:08PM
Author: Ahmad Khan