The Alochol.ThinkAgain WA Premier Cricket continued with two-day cricket being played on Saturday 9th & 16th November 2019 in Round 6 of the Senior Men's competition. To catch up with highlights from the lower grades please read below and check out all of the scores on MyCricket.
Graham Yates headlined with 87 to take South Perth to a win against Wanneroo.
Midland-Guildford defeated Fremantle in a remarkable turnaround as Fremantle won the first innings courtesy of 5/63 from Samuel Greer. Jarrad Davies top-scored with 80 as Blake Knight produced a superb second-innings spell, picking up 6/19 with Fremantle only leading by 135. The chase was brisk as Midland-Guildford chased it down in 17.4 overs.
Melville defeated Gosnells as Lachlan Farrow scored 60 while Douwtjie Hoogenboezem scored 58.
Perth defeated Joondalup despite Jake Riccardi's brilliant effort of 122* & 5/87. Dean Nelson top-scored with 75 to get Demons the win.
Bayswater-Morley defeated Scarborough as Cameron Todd top-scored with 58 while Grant Thistle was the main contributor with the ball, picking up 4/50.
Claremont-Nedlands put on a show with the bat as Brendan Murray scored 147 while Jonny Bushnell made 108*. Jack Retallack was superb with 100 but couldn't get the Lions across the line.
University defeated Rockingham-Mandurah as Bernard Greyling top-scored with 100*.
Mount Lawley defeated Willetton as Brayden Thompson (5/34) & Simon Douglas (4/30) combined for a strong bowling effort before Oliver Mouchemore scored 102* in second innings.
Bayswater-Morley defeated Scarborough as Andrew Brigden-Guthrie scored a well-made 143*. Sean Costello made 106 in response but fell short in a close contest.
Subiaco-Floreat comfortably defeated Claremont-Nedlands as Sam Reed (98) and Daniel Wells (87) made runs. Cameron O'Brien took match figures of 6/39 across both innings as the Lions almost took out an outright win.
Gosnells defeated Melville as Cameron Sawatzky scored 83*. Matt Robson was impressive with the ball, picking up 4/23.
Joondalup tied Perth in a thriller as both teams finished with 316 each. Aidan Enright top-scored with 78 while Max Hallas was brilliant for Joondalup with 101.
Midland-Guildford defeated Fremantle as Christiaan Moir scored 93 while Zac Howard took 4/63.
Mount Lawley defeated Willetton in a low scoring game as Raynell Edmonds took 5/36. Gautam Bhutkar made 76 for the Hawks.
University defeated Rockingham-Mandurah as Joel Marion's 108 wasn't enough to save the game. Lachlan Ashton top-scored with 75 while Sam Howieson took 4/42.
South Perth won a close contest courtesy of Samuel Bowers' 143. Aryan Varsani batted well to score 90 but Josh Fawcett picked up 5/55 to restrict the Roos.
South Perth defeated Wanneroo as David Garratt-Reed made 100* to guide his team home.
Midland-Guildford won against Fremantle as Daniel Barrington top-scored with 74.
Melville defeated Gosnells as Adam Edwards starred with 5/51. Lewis Martin top-scored with 75.
Perth defeated Joondalup despite Brett McGlade's 5/64 as Demons batters combined to chase down a reasonable target in challenging conditions.
Bayswater-Morley defeated Scarborough as Peter Baker starred with match figures of 6/57 while Adam Green made a brisk 72 in second innings.
Subiaco-Floreat defeated Claremont-Nedlands as Ashley Blake played a good knock of 107.
University defeated Rockingham-Mandurah outright as Zabin Khan made 89, while Alex Champan (7/50), Josh Watt (6/54) & Luke Rosher (6/34) were amongst the wickets across both innings.
Willetton defeated Mount Lawley as Ishan Rambal was brilliant in scoring 101*.
Two-Day cricket continues in Round 7 of the WA Premier Cricket season over the next two weekends.