The Alochol.ThinkAgain WA Premier Cricket continued with One-Day cricket in Round 10 of the Senior Men's competition. The limited overs matches provided plenty of entertainment to kick off the new year. To catch up with highlights from the lower grades please read below and check out all of the scores on MyCricket.
After winning the toss, Mount Lawley elected to bat where skipper Oliver Mouchemore led from the front, scoring 67. Regular wickets kept falling as Elliot Hitchen led the way with the ball for Claremont-Nedlands, picking up 4/42 as the Hawks were restricted to 226. In response, Will Pike was the standout performer, scoring 99 to fall agonizingly short of a brilliant ton as the Tigers got home with 9 balls to spare.
Fremantle won the toss and elected to bat first against Wanneroo. Jordan Slattery (4/29) was superb with the ball as Port were bowled out for 110. Chasing a low total, Mike Ardagh (65), made light work of it as the Roos got home with 8 wickets in hand.
Gosnells were keen to bat first as well, before Kye Stevens (3/5) in combination with other Scarborough bowlers bowled them out for 138. The chase was Swift as Kye enjoyed a great day all-round, scoring 78* in a comprehensive 8-wicket win.
Midland-Guildford continued the trend, electing to bat first after winning the toss. Half centuries to Tom Alderson (78) & Nico Reifer (67*) led them to a respectable total of 239. In response, Vidyuth Kadiresan (53) was the only Melville player to show some resistance as Ashley Mucciarone (5/27) spun a web to bowl the Storm out for 161.
Joondalup enjoyed good batting conditions after winning the toss as Louis Gericke (55) & Max Hallas (62) combined for a strong opening stand that led the team to a total of 226. Christiaan Trichardt (55) was the only batter to score some runs as Rockingham-Mandurah were bowled out for 156 courtesy of an impressive bowling effort.
Subiaco-Floreat didn't break the pattern as they batted first after winning the toss to score 216 courtesy of a well-made 97 from Kiran Prashanth. South Perth couldn't match up to the Lions bowling as Braydon Meuleman (52) led the way with the bat when the whole team was bowled out for 143. Angus McKenzie impressed with figures of 4/33.
Continuing the trend, University also batted first but struggled to make an impact as they were bowled out for 99. Brenton Williams took 3/9. Perth made light work of the chase as they won comfortably win 8 wickets to spare.
Rounding up the trend, Willetton elected to bat first after successfully flipping the coin. Lachlan Lake top-scored with 40 but an impressive spell from Jarrad Daniells (4/21) bowled the Dragons out for 133. Bayswater-Morley's chase wasn't an easy one as some spirited performances from Brett Bayley (4/26) & Ellis Cassidy (3/16) bowled the Bears out for 110 in a tightly-fought win.
Jay Shah took 3/25 for Claremont-Nedlands as Mount Lawley were bowled out for 115. Tigers batters combined to easily chase down the target with 7 wickets in hand.
Wanneroo made 227 as youngster Aryan Varsani top-scored with 45. Jack Camarda bowled well to pick up 3/33 for Fremantle. Mel O'Neil-King top-scored for Port with 56 but Muhammad Yaseen stole the show for the Roos, picking up 6/30 to topple Fremantle's batting in a thrilling 2-runs win.
Scarborough scored 220 courtesy of brilliant knocks from Brandon Walters (96) & Kealey Farrant (76). Gosnells were up to the task as the batters, led by skipper Sydney Menezes (40), just edged past the Gulls total in a last over finish.
James Holt (74) & Matt Bowdler (55*) were impressive as Melville scored a strong total of 234. In response, Christiaan Moir led the way for Midland-Guildford as he scored a brilliant 105. Unfortunately, no one else contributed to the cause as Storm bowlers combined to bowl out the Swans for 196.
Josh Davies & Greg Dimery took 3 wickets each as Rockingham-Mandurah were bowled out for 192. The chase was emphatic as Joondalup won by 8 wickets, with Tim Zsilinszky scoring 84* & Harrison Blake scoring 60*.
Subiaco Floreat bowled out South Perth for 116 as Cameron O'Brien took 4/20. Thomas Wilson (50*) led the chase for the Lions as they got home in comfortable fashion with 9 wickets to spare.
A bowling masterclass saw Braydon Pink take 7/20 as Perth were bowled out for 51. University comfortably chased the total down with 9 wickets in hand.
Stewart Hepburn (55) top-scored for Willetton as they made 197. Hepburn also contributed with the ball, picking up 3/33 but that wasn't enough as the Bayswater-Morley batters, led by Kyle Carlson (50) were able to edge past the total with 3 balls to spare.
Claremont-Nedlands made 205 as Harry Williams top-scored with 52. The bowlers kept it tight as Mount Lawley only managed to score 168, with Oliver Mirco scoring 67 for the Hawks.
Campbell Green picked up 3/28 to dismiss Wanneroo for 153. The Port were comfortable in the chase as they won by 6 wickets, thanks to Patrick Pumfrey's 58.
Brandon Cavallaro's 57 pushed Gosnells to a score of 192. Scarborough's batters were up to the task as they chased it down comfortably with 7 wickets in hand, with fifites to Julian Drake-Brockman (73) & Lachie McLean (58).
Midland-Guildford scored a respectable 211 with Max Bittner leading the charge with 72. The chase proved too much for Melville as they were skittled for 99, with Noah Le Tessier & Daniel Griffiths taking 3 wickets each.
Rockingham-Mandurah were completely outclassed by Joondalup as all bowlers chipped in to have the Mariners bowled out for 62. The chase was short and simple as the Centurions won by 9 wickets to make it 4 out for 4 wins across all grades.
Subiaco-Floreat completed the 4-peat win across all grades against South Perth as well, scoring 197 courtesy of skipper Benjamin Parker's 65 with the bat. Matthew Sculthorpe also did a fine job in defending the target as he picked up 4/12 to dismiss South Perth for 96.
Mitchell Rosher (57*) led University to a win against Perth as the Demons were unable to chase 169 for the victory. Alex Chapman took 4/17 while Alex Osborne contributed with 3/37 to defend the low total.
Bayswater-Morley defeated Gosnells as Nicholas Merrin top-scored with 70, while Gus McKeon made 50 & took 3/15.
One-Day cricket continues in Round 11 of Senior Men's competition next week.