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WA Premier Cricket - Round 11 - First Grade Review 2020/21
Date of Event Western Australian Cricket Association: Mon Jan 25, 2021 1:54PM

 

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Round 11 - Saturday 23rd January 2021 - One-Day Match

First Grade Review

 

 

Premier Cricket continued with limited-overs action in Round 11 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!

 

 

Mount Lawley (8/204 off 48.4 overs) defeated Bayswater-Morley (10/200 off 49.3 overs) at Hillcrest Reserve Lower

Batting first, an early collapse reduced Bayswater-Morley to 5/41 before Grant Thistle's rescue knock of 71 pushed the Bears to a respectable total of 200. Brayden Thompson (3/26) & Liam Purdy (3/45) were pick of the bowlers for Mount Lawley. Chasing a modest total, the Hawks suffered a top order collapse as well, slumping to 5/31 before a monumental effort from Ethan Petta (96) & Liam Purdy (61*) with the bat saw the Hawks edge past their cross-town rivals in an enthralling contest.  

 

 

Fremantle (3/231 off 49.2 overs) defeated Subiaco-Floreat (7/230 off 50.0 overs) at Stevens Reserve East

Hamish McKenzie (79*) top-scored for Subiaco-Floreat as Chris Hansberry played a supporting knock of 60 to take the Lions to a total of 230. Jake Carder continued his impressive form as 81 atop the batting order, supported by knocks of 52 & 62* from Bayley Holman & Chris Davenport respectively saw Fremantle chase down the target in a close final-over finish.

 

 

University (8/217 off 50.0 overs) defeated Gosnells (10/172 off 46.2 overs) at Sutherlands Park 1

Charlie Stobo (57) & Coby Edmondstone (68*) played good middle & lower order knocks for University as they finished with 217. Anthony Collova (81) provided a strong foundation opening the batting but the rest of the order couldn't cope with a quality attack from University bowlers. Stobo backed up his batting exploits with figures of 3/34 while Chris Sabburg spun a web, picking up 5/20 to seal the deal for University.  

 

 

Claremont-Nedlands (7/270 off 50.0 overs) defeated Joondalup (10/177 off 44.2 overs) at Iluka Sports Complex 1

Claremont-Nedlands skipper Nick Hobson (105) led the Tigers from the front and was aptly supported by in-form Brad Hope (74) to power the Tigers to a total of 270. Blair Oakley's 3/55 were best returns of a Joondalup bowler. A strong start from openers Garrick Morgan (58) & Zak Birchall (46) got the chase off to a promising start, before a Dan Turkich special performance of 4/27 triggered a collapse, bowling Joondalup out for 177. 

 

 

Willetton (8/234 off 50.0 overs) defeated Melville (10/177 off 45.1 overs) at Tompkins Park 1

Iszak Milentis played an impressive knock of 109 to help Willetton finish with 234. Mark Turner (4/42) & Tom Kerr-Sheppard (4/32) were impressive with the ball for Melville. Blake Reed (58) provided a reasonable start to the chase before Luke Holt (4/37) played tricks on Melville batters to trigger a collapse, bowling Melville out for 177.

 

 

Midland-Guildford (8/194 off 50.0 overs) defeated South Perth (10/179 off 48.3 overs) at Lilac Hill 1 

James Godfrey & Dylan Sharman scored 47 a-piece as Midland-Guildford were restricted to 194, courtesy of some impressive bowling from South Perth. Jacob Mulder (3/45) was the pick of the bowlers. A strong opening start kept the chase secure before Kyle Christie ripped through the South Perth batting order, picking up fantastic figures of 6/27 to leave the South Perth batters reeling, eventually falling 15 runs short of the target.

 

 

Perth (6/240 off 50.0 overs) defeated Rockingham-Mandurah (10/141 off 35.0 overs) at Fletcher Park East

Adam Disisto (71) & Sam Fanning (67) combined to put together a strong opening stand of 109, which propelled Perth to 240 off their 50 overs. Teague Wyllie (55) batted well, keeping the innings flowing, before Saami Welsh (3/20) led the bowling efforts from Perth, triggering a collapse of 6/21 to have Rockingham-Mandurah bundled out for 141.

 

 

Wanneroo (0/96 off 22.0 overs) defeated Scarborough (10/95 off 25.1 overs) at Abbett Park East

Winning the toss, Scarborough started well, putting on a steady opening partnership of 50. That's when introduction of Caiden Eaton by Wanneroo triggered a mighty collapse of 10/45, skittling the Gulls for 95 as Eaton finished with sensational figures of 6/17 off 8 overs. Deon Billington contributed with 3/35 with the ball as well, picking up important wickets. The chase was a simple one, with Rob Richards top-scoring with 52* as the Roos smashed the Gulls by 10 wickets. 

 

 

 


Last updated: Monday January 25, 2021 6:30PM
Author: Ahmad Khan