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WA Premier Cricket - Round 10 - First Grade Review 2020/21
Date of Event Western Australian Cricket Association: Mon Jan 18, 2021 1:45PM

 

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Round 10 - Saturday 16th January 2021 - One-Day Match

First Grade Review

 

 

Premier Cricket continued limited-overs action in Round 10 of the Senior Men's First Grade Competition. Plenty of players made a mark in a well-contested round, with impressive performances both with bat and ball. Follow the full scores on MyCricket or visit the Premier Cricket Match Centre for highlights and video clips of some of the action!

 

 

University (5/220 off 50.0 overs) defeated Mount Lawley (5/215 off 50.0 overs) at Breckler Park 1

Viv Paver's 87 helped University string together a respectable total of 220. Mount Lawley's chase was promising as Oliver Mouchemore (55) & Darius D'Silva (80) played responsible knocks to steer the team to victory before Bayley Richards' game-changing spell of 3/41 saw the Hawks fall 5 runs short in a thrilling contest. 

 

 

Claremont-Nedlands (5/231 off 50.0 overs) defeated Melville (10/223 off 49.4 overs) at Cresswell Park

Bradley Hope starred for the Tigers, scoring 97 and taking 2/32 as Claremont-Nedlands defeated Melville. Tom Kerr-Sheppard was impressive with the ball for Storm with 3/28, while Jacob Johnson (51) & Blake Reed (57) contributed handsomely as well. But, economical bowling from spin-twins Haydan Morton & Daniel Turkich saw the Tigers over the line in a close-fought contest.

 

 

Subiaco-Floreat (4/221 off 40.2 overs) defeated Bayswater-Morley (10/219 off 49.5 overs) at Floreat Park

Bayswater-Morley finished with 219 as Lane Berry (62) top-scored for the Bears. Chris Hansberry took 4/42 and Hamish McKenzie finished with 3/37 for the Lions to keep the Bears at bay. In response, Geremy Fatouros' blistering knock of 72 took the game away as Subiaco-Floreat cruised to a win. Mitch Todd bowled well to take 3/25.

 

 

Fremantle (7/226 off 50.0 overs) defeated Joondalup (10/220 off 48.4 overs) at Iluka Sports Complex 1

Sam Whiteman continued his good form with 62, while Hudson Toomey played a superb lower-order rescue knock of 86 to set a reasonable total for Fremantle. Joel Riccardi took 3/43 to lead the bowling efforts from Joondalup. Garrick Morgan (70) provided Joondalup a strong start, but a fantastic spell of 5/30 took the Port over the line with 6 runs to spare.

 

 

Rockingham-Mandurah (2/156 off 36.4 overs) defeated Wanneroo (10/152 off 46.0 overs) at Kingsway Sports Ground 1

Wanneroo's Kelvin Smith continued his impressive season with another impressive knock of 72. Unfortunately for the Roos, he was a lone warrior as Rockingham-Mandurah ripped through their batting order, dismissing them for 152, with Damien Burrage (4/18) leading the charge. The chase was a simple affair as youngsters Teague Wyllie (72*) and Corey Wasley (43*) saw the Mariners home in an unbeaten third-wicket partnership.

 

 

Perth (4/155 off 36.3 overs) defeated South Perth (10/154 off 46.1 overs) at Richardson Park 1 

Josh Nicholas (4/21) & Liam Guthrie (3/34) took the game away from South Perth as they were dismissed for 154 batting first. The chase was a simple one as Sam Fanning's 51 and Tom Scollay's unbeaten 49 saw the Demons home comfortably with 6 wickets to spare.

 

 

Willetton (8/246 off 50.0 overs) defeated Gosnells (10/163 off 45.1 overs) at Burrendah Park 1

Iszak Milentis (77) led the Willetton batting effort, and was ably supported by Lachlan Lake (46) as they finished with a handsome score of 246. Cameron Sawatzky & Aqeel Wahid took 3 wickets each for Gosnells. In response, Gosnells were dismissed for 163 as Nicholas' Blazevich pace (3/30) and Luke Holt's spin (4/34) proved too good for a young Gosnells batting line-up.

 

 

Midland-Guildford (7/244 off 50.0 overs) defeated Scarborough (10/214 off 48.4 overs) at The WACA Ground

James Godfrey (71) led his troops from the front, and was well-supported by Austin Thomas (68) as Midland-Guildford finished with 244. Nic Maiolo was impressive all-round, taking 4/43 and scoring 55 opening the batting to give the Gulls a good chance for a win. Cooper Connolly (64) maintained the momentum before a lower-order collapse saw Scarborough fall short of the chase, with Kyle Christie being the pick of the bowlers with 4/33.

 

 

 


Last updated: Monday January 18, 2021 8:07PM
Author: Ahmad Khan