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Male Premier Cricket Review - Saturday 7th & 14th December 2019
Date of Event Western Australian Cricket Association: Tue Dec 17, 2019 9:57AM

 

The Alochol.ThinkAgain WA Premier Cricket continued with two-day cricket being played on Saturday 7th & 14th December 2019 in Round 8 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. 

 

 

Round 8

 

 

2nd Grade

 

Bayswater-Morley dominated against Perth thanks to a Travis Keys special of 133 with the bat as the Demons were left well short courtesy of a brilliant spell of 7/45 from Ashley Jeffrey.

Claremont-Nedlands had twin centurions in William Pike (107) & Elliot Hitchen (100*) as they made 383. In response, Cooper O'Brien (102) showed some resistance but Joondalup fell well short, only making 255.

Melville defeated South Perth as Thomas Drake-Brockman's 5/41 wasn't enough to restrict the Storm. Joel Whelan the key performer for Melville, picking up 4/20.

University defeated Midland-Guildford as Robin Lines (4/25) starred with the ball. Emile van der Merwe led from the front with the bat, scoring a well-made 90.

Fremantle defeated Scarborough as Bayley Holman was the top performer, scoring 71.

Subiaco-Floreat defeated Mount Lawley despite Liam Purdy's valiant 126. Kiran Prashanth was the top-scorer for the Lions, making 77, while Jamie Collins made 71.

Wanneroo defeated Rockingham-Mandurah as Jodran Slattery (4/21 & 3/17) & Leigh Millar (3/28 & 3/14) starred with the ball in a low scoring affair.

Willetton defeated Gosnells as Sean Brennan (106) & Prad Gunaratne (104) made emphatic tons in a dominant performance.

 

 

3rd Grade

 

Melville defeated South Perth as both the batters & bowlers combined to produce a strong team total with several players contributing to the win.

Joondalup defeated Claremont-Nedlands as Kai Orr starred all-round, scoring 37 & taking 2/22 with the ball.

Fremantle defeated Scarborough as Chris Scenini (4/10) was brilliant with the ball while Mel O'Neil-King top scored with 79 in a dominant performance.

Willetton defeated Gosnells as they remarkably defended 86 after Curtis Holmes' 4/16 for the Hawks. Brett Bayley stole the show with 7/28 as Gosnells were bowled out for 79. Bahadur Ali then scored 83 in second innings to round up a close win for the Dragons.

Subiaco-Floreat defeated Mount Lawley as Tom Murray stood out with 199* with the bat and Cameron O'Brien took 4/71.

Perth defeated Bayswater-Morley as Luke Jury returned to the middle, scoring 98 and was well supported by Benjamin Mance (82). Ghaneey Patel top-scored for the Bears with 70.

Midland-Guildford defeated University as Christiaan Moir played a brilliant knock of 127 while Jack Coles took 5/15 with the ball.

Wanneroo defeated Rockingham-Mandurah as Connor Spangenberg made 113 while Graeme Atkinson made 77. Donavinn Fryer was the star of the show, picking up 4/28 & 5/31 to give the Roos an outright win!

 

 

4th Grade

 

Bayswater-Morley defeated Perth in a close contest as Reece Abrams starred all-round, scoring 54 and taking 5/32. Kunal Mishra also stood out for Perth as he scored 58 and took 4/59.

Joondalup defeated Claremont-Nedlands as Brett McGlade took 5/15 before Lachlan Johns scored an emphatic 122 in response.

Melville defeated South Perth as Adam Edwards top-scored with 87 & took 3/58.

University defeated Midland-Guildford as Jeet Bhatt scored 71 with the bat and Alex Champan took 4/35 with the ball. 

Rockingham-Mandurah defeated Wanneroo as Sean Guppy scored 78 with the bat. Mitchell Oliver performed all-round, scoring 53 & taking 3/57 as Shamantha Bandara's 5/62 wasn't enough to save the Roos.

Scarborough's Bradley Marlborough's 96 wasn't enough as they fell agonizingly short of Fremantle's 203, losing out by 1 run, courtesy a run out.

Subiaco-Floreat defeated Mount Lawley as Benjamin Parker top-scored with 93.

Willetton drew Gosnells in a weather-affected match.

 

 

Two-Day cricket wraps up for the calendar year as T20s will finish up the year before the Christmas/New Year break.

 


Last updated: Tuesday December 17, 2019 3:20PM
Author: Ahmad Khan