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Male Premier Cricket Review - Saturday 18th January 2020
Date of Event Western Australian Cricket Association: Tue Jan 21, 2020 10:46AM

 

The Alochol.ThinkAgain WA Premier Cricket continued with One-Day cricket in Round 11 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. 

 

 

Round 11

 

 

2nd Grade

 

Bayswater-Morley went in to bat first against South Perth as Callum Wiggers (58) & Travis Keys (43) provided a strong start. Contributions from rest of the team pushed them to a strong total of 270. In response, regular wickets saw a restricted chase with Tyler McMiles (53) providing some late resistance as the Bears restricted South Perth to 206.

Oscar Charlesworth (55) led the way with the bat and pushed Claremont-Nedlands to a total of 189. Liam Duffield was the key destroyer for Gosnells as he picked up 5/41. In response, Brendan Cusick (58) top-scored for the Hawks but the Tigers bowlers combined in a strong effort to bowl Gosnells out for 163.

Nico Reifer made 88 for Midland-Guildford while Jake Van Galen took 4/41 for Perth as the Swans made 229. Bradley Garland played well for the Demons as his 61 led the way for Perth to chase down the total with 3 balls to spare.

A young Mount Lawley team batted first but saw regular wickets falling after players getting starts. This hampered their innings as they were bowled out for 176 with Fremantle bowlers all sharing the wickets. In response, Jack Camarda's 64 was the standout innings for the Port which led them to a very close 1 wicket win over the Hawks.

Damien Burrage (3/30) bowled well for  Rockingham-Mandurah as Melville were bowled out for 169. The chase was promising as Callum Austen made 79 but the rest of the batters couldn't contribute as some great bowling from Joel Whelan (3/23) & Sean Russell (3/28) saw the Mariners bowled out for 162.

Jack Retallack took 3/42 as Scarborough were restricted to 177. In response, the Gulls bowled exceptionally well as Fraser Oates took a 4-wicket haul to restrict the Lions to 172.

Coby Edmondstone (3/18) & Jay Chislett (3/23) bowled well in tandem as Joondalup were skittled for 123. Tom Condon scored 56 to steer his team home as Harman Sekhon (3/29) bowled well to make it a close contest.

Batting first, Willetton made 205 as Oliver Arkinstall (59) & Blair Walsh (57) made solid contributions. Ellis Cassidy (4/25) bowled well to defend the score as Wanneroo were bowled out for 188.

 

 

3rd Grade

 

Samuel Bowers scored 71 for South Perth but other batters couldn't contribute as they were bowled out for 141. Kyle Carlson was the standout performer with 4/29. Sourav Goyal took 5/34 for South Perth to make it hard for Bayswater-Morley but Ghaneey Patel top-scored with 49* to see his team home. 

Various contributions from the batting line up pushed Gosnells to 206 off their 45 overs as the bowlers bowled well, led by Dale Giles (4/7) to get a comfortable win against Claremont-Nedlands.

Benjamin Mance scored 51 as Perth were bowled out for 141, with Blake Snell & Zac Howard taking 3 wickets each for Midland-Guildford. Chasing the small total, Jack Coles made 54* to take his team home to a comprehensive win.

Mitch Voorn (65*) & Lachlan Oatey (56) batted well to get Fremantle to a strong total of 232. The response from Mount Lawley was emphatic as Gautam Bhutkar scored a superb 121 after taking figures of 2/34 to take the Hawks to an impressive victory.

Rockingham-Mandurah scored 181 led by Joey Teague's 70. Melville performed well as the batters combined to chase the target down with 5 wickets in hand. Hugh Atkinson had a good all-round day, picking up 2/38 and scoring 34.

Brodee Lockwood scored 51 as Subiaco-Floreat scored 210. Scarborough were no way near as Corey Bradnam took 4/20 to bowl the Gulls out for 124.

University were bowled out for 169 as Matthew Russell took 3/41 for Joondalup. Lachlan Johns scored 63 in pursuit of the target as Joondalup got home comfortably with 7 wickets in hand.

Aryan Varsani scored 45 to take Wanneroo to 168. Josh Kuser bowled well for Willetton picking up 3/20. The chase was straightforward as Willetton got home with 8 wickets to spare as all top 4 batters made contributions.

 

 

4th Grade

 

Bayswater-Morley scored 211 as Mark Winton top-scored with 73. The total proved to be too much as South Perth were bowled out for 111 as Liam Rose lef the charge with 3/38 with three other bowlers contributing with 2 wickets each.

Aditya Sharma took 3/40 as Claremont-Nedlands were bowled out for 183. Samuel Allen scored 59* as Gosnells won comfortably with 9 wickets in hand.

Kunal Mishra scored 48 as Perth struggled to make runs, being bowled out for 129. Scott Ogilvie & Blake Marklew took 3 wickets each. Oliver Voorn scored 54 in response as Midland-Guildford chased it down comfortably.

Several contributions took Fremantle to a respectable total of 177. Vivek Ambat took 3/29 for Mount Lawley and backed it up with 51 with the bat. This was however in sufficient as Charith De Silva took 4/18 and James Arthurson took 3/19 to bowl the Hawks out for 116.

Josh Mais (61) & Adam Edwards (54*) were brilliant in taking Melville to a strong total of 235. Rockingham-Mandurah were no match as they were completely outclassed, being bowled out for 81. Ryan Kirby led the bowling charts with 3/29.

Scarborough scored 185 as the bowlers combined to dismiss Subiaco-Floreat for 170 in a closely fought contest.

Ben Jackson scored 64 as Joondalup made 199. Daniel English took 3/37 for University. The chase was on at one point with Amin Mehraj top-scoring 62. A rear-end collapse of 6/16 saw University fall short as Tom Snelson (4/30) & Ben Jackson (3/18) wrapped up a stunning victory.

Declan Crowder (56) & Rav Gunaratne (53) batted well to get Willetton to a total of 217. In response, the bowlers combined to take regular with Jacob Bonner the only Wanneroo batter providing some resistance as the Roos were bowled out 123.

 

 

 

Two-Day cricket returns to the season for the first time in 2020 in Round 12 of the Senior Men's competition over the next two weeks.

 


Last updated: Tuesday January 21, 2020 6:55PM
Author: Ahmad Khan