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WA Female Premier Cricket Review - Sunday 10th November 2019
Date of Event Western Australian Cricket Association: Mon Nov 11, 2019 5:00PM

The WA Female Premier Cricket Competitions continued on Sunday 10th November, as teams were greeted to a beautiful sunny Perth's day in contrast to the previous weekend. 

 

A Grade T20 – Round 6

 

South Perth 6/113 def Subiaco Floreat 5/95

South Perth inflicted the second loss of the season to Subiaco Floreat in a tight tussle at Richardson Park. Batting first, South Perth made 6/113 from their 20 overs as Ashley Day made 24 and Emma Meuleman made 27. Jess Emery continued her good start to the season for Subiaco Floreat, taking 2/19 from he 4 overs. The Lioness' start to the chase wasn't the smoothest, quickly falling to 2/12, however Megan Banting and Olivia Purnell looked to turn things around. Molly Healy had other ideas however, snaring 2/9 from 4 very tidy overs to turn the screws and secure at 18 run win for South Perth.

 

Midland Guildford 8/85 def by Melville 3/86

Melville recorded an emphatic win at home against Midland Guildford on the weekend. Sending Midland Guildford in, only Sarah Fragomeni made more than 10 with 29 not out. Mel Bownes continued her good form for Melville, taking 4/18 from 4 overs in another good bowling display from the Storm. Amy Edgar (27) and Rebecca West (30no) added 58 for the first wicket for the Storm and despite Gemma Evans brilliant double wicket over, the Storm romped home with 57 balls and 7 wickets in hand. 

 

B Grade T20 – Round 6

 

Melville 0/197 def Perth 8/68

Melville recorded a massive win over Perth, sending a message to the rest of the competition with an emphatic display at Tompkins Park. The opening batters could not be dislodged in the Melville innings, adding 197 in the 20 overs, as Lauren Thompson (68no) and Gorgia Platten (108no) well and truly cashed in. Fiona Williams and Harriet Collins tried their best to to get Perth off to a quick start, both scoing a better than a run a ball, but it would be too much for Perth to chase, as Jess Row took 2/9 and Melville recorded a 129 run victory. 

 

Rockingham Mandurah 3/145 def Midland Guildford 7/77

Kayla Van Spall led from the front early for Rockingham Mandurah, making 63 opening the batting, whilst also receiving plenty of help from Brownyn Walker who made 40, as Rockingham Mandurah racked up 3/145 from their 20 overs. The Midland Guildford chase got off to a good start as Amanda Ballucci and Annelies Gevers added 40 for the first wicket, but it quickly slipped to 4/56 and 7/67 as the Mariners bowling attack proved to be far too strong. Zoe Ryniker took 2/11 from 4 overs as Rockingham Mandurah recorded a 68 run win.

 

South Perth 98 All Out def by Subiaco Floreat 3/99

Hannah Felton got South Perth off to a good start, but she didn't receive much help from anyone else as South Perth were bowled out for just 98. Sam Quadrio was the outstanding bowler for Subiaco Floreat, taking 3/15, although she received quality support from Evelyn Brock who took 3/28. The Subiaco Floreat chase was dominated by Emily Johnston, who complied a masterful 64, which took the Lioness' home with 10 balls and 7 wickets to spare.

 

 

Youth League T20 – Round 6

 

Melville 5/119 def Wanneroo 9/56

Melville Captain Lauren Thompson led from the front with 43 from just 34 balls as Melville recorded 5/119 from their 20 overs at Tompkins Park. Wanneroo bowler Emilie Nicholls was the most economical, taking 1/7 from three overs as 5 different Wanneroo Bowlers took wickets. Captain Thompson wasn't done with just yet either though, taking 2/3 form 2 overs, as Melville took regular wickets and restricted Wanneroo to 9/56, ensuring a 63 run win.

 

Rockingham Mandurah 5/86 def by Midland Guildford 3/87

Midland Guildford sent Rockingham Mandurah in to bat Lark Hill, quickly pegging them back to 2/30 and then 5/53 with a tight bowling display, led by Shay Monolini, who took 2/13 from 4 overs. However, Sienna Styles hit a quickfire 21 not out late in the innings to take the Mariners to 5/86 from their 20 overs. The Midland Guildford chase saw four players score between 12 and 19, which when chasing a small total, proved to be enough for the team from Lilac Hill to get over the line with 29 balls at 7 wickets to spare. 

 

South Perth 1/187 def Subiaco Floreat 7/95

South Perth stamped their credentials on the Youth League competition, with a massive 92 run victory over Subiaco Floreat on the weekend. Batting first, they recorded the huge total of 1/187, thanks to Molly Healy's wildly impressive 106 not out from just 59 balls. Monica Rallabhandi was also just as good making 57 as South Perth recorded a huge total. Unfortunately, it was always going to be too many for Subiaco Floreat to chase, however Charis Bekker led from the front making 33 not out for Subiaco Floreat to ensure they were not bowled out and finished at 7/95.


Last updated: Monday November 11, 2019 7:59PM