WA Female Premier Cricket Review - Sunday 24th November 2019
Date of Event Western Australian Cricket Association: Mon Nov 25, 2019 9:00AM

The WA Female Premier Cricket Competitions continued on Sunday 24th November, however the A Grade T20 Competition had a General Bye.


A Grade T20 – General Bye


B Grade T20 – Round 8


Subiaco Floreat 4/107 def Melville 9/102

Subiaco Floreat eeked out a tight win over a competitive Melville outfit at Floreat Park. Batting first, Subiaco Floreat quickly fell to 4/27 on the back of some tight bowling from Jess Row (2/7), but an undefeated 80 run partnership between Sam Quadrio (40no) and Charis Bekker (32no) took Subiaco Floreat to 4/107 from their 20 overs. Lauren Thompson (46) formed the backbone of the Melville reply, however no one else other than Georgie Middleton (10) made double figures as Bekker rounded out a fine game with 2/14 to help snatch a 5 run win for Subiaco Floreat. 


South Perth 0/54 def Midland Guildford 9/50

South Perth recorded an emphatic victory at home over MIdland Guildford. Choosing to bat first Midland Guildford could only must 9/50 as all 6 South Perth bowlers used took wickets, with Sin Ye Ho taking 2/6 from 3 overs. Sinead Kirsten made sure of the result in the chase, making a quickfire 34 not out from just 22 balls, including 8 fours, as South Perth recorded a 10 wicket victory with a massive 75 balls to spare.


Rockingham Mandurah 6/112 def Perth 9/111

Perth won the toss and elected to bat first, making 9/111 of their 20 overs as Fiona Williams (22) and Chelsie Winchcombe (21) top scored for the Demons. Sumon Yadav and Caitlin Helsewood both recorded the excellent bowling figures of 2/14 from 4 overs for the Mariners. The Mariners chase quickly fell to 2/20, however Louisa Hogarth (30) and Kayla Van Spall (24) added 61 for the third wicket that provided the impetus for the Mariners chase. They would eventually get home by 4 wickets with an over to spare, despite the best all round efforts of Fiona Williams, who took 2/19.


Youth League T20 – Round 8


Subiaco Floreat 4/120 def by Melville 1/220

In what must be a record for the Youth League Competition, Chloe Ainsworth and Gorgia Platten added a huge 199 for the first wicket for Melville in their clash against Subiaco Floreat at Floreat Park. Ainsworth ended with an impressive 62 not out, but it was Platten who was the star of the show, making a huge 119 off just 69 balls, with 19 fours and 1 six. The Storm finished at 1/220, the highest score in Youth League history. The Subiaco Floreat chase was steady but always behind the asking rate, and while Holly Appleby made a composed 36, they were always going to fall short. The Lioness finished 4/120, resulting in a 100 run win for Melville. 


South Perth 7/116 def Midland Guildford 8/100

South Perth were sent in to bat by Midland Guildford and Monica Rallabhandi took full control of the opportunity, making 57 not out from 62 balls as South Perth recorded 7/116 from their 20 overs. Holly Catania recorded the best bowling figures for the Midland Guildford side, taking 2/11 from her 3 overs. Gemma Evans did her best in the chase for the team from Lilac Hill, but did not receive enough support around her as wickets readily tumbled. Midland Guildford were to fall 16 runs short in the chase, as Rallabhandi (2/14), Taylah Woodward (2/9) and Sienna Ryan (2/19) all snared two wickets.


Wanneroo 2/58 def Rockingham Mandurah 8/53

An Emma Stewart led Wanneroo bundled Rockingham Mandurah all out for just 53 at Kingsway. Stewart took 3/12 from 4 overs and was ably supported by 4 other Roos bowlers who took wickets as only Micayla Roelofse could manage double figures for the Mariners, making 18. Roos Captain Eva Salisbury led the chase with 17 not out, as the Wanneroo team chased down the modest target with 8 wickets in hand and 53 balls to spare.

Last updated: Tuesday November 26, 2019 12:20PM