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WA Premier Cricket - Round 2 - First Grade Review 2021/22
Date of Event Western Australian Cricket Association: Mon Oct 11, 2021 11:16AM
Credits: David Woodley Photography

Alcohol.ThinkAgain WA Premier Cricket 

Round 2 - Saturday 9th October 2021 - One Day Match

First Grade Review

 

The 2021/22 Alcohol Think.Again WA Premier Cricket season continued with round 2 of One-Day matches over the weekend. Follow the full scores on MyCricket or visit the Premier Cricket Match Centre for highlights and video clips of some of the action!

 

South Perth 4/155 (29.2) defeated Scarborough 10/152 (43.5) at Justin Langer Oval

Scarborough lost the toss and was sent into bat first. South Perth offered a strong bowling attack bowling the home side all out for 152 runs in 43.5 overs with Scarborough captain Nicholas Maiolo top-scoring for his side with a captains knock of 50 before being the last wicket to fall to Alex Bevilaqua who took 3 wickets for South Perth. Scarborough hit the ground running with the early wicket of David Cleary. The momentum began to slow for Scarborough as Hilton Cartwright stepped to the crease contributing 101 runs to his sides 155 in 29.2 overs.

 

Willetton 6/217 (50.0) defeated Joondalup 10/79 (27.4) at Burrendah Park 1

Willetton won the toss electing to bat first. Opener Cameron Bancroft making 101 to see out a majority of the innings before being the final wicket to fall just before the close of innings for Willetton. Iszak Milentis contributing 61 runs to the opening partnership and Willetton's final score of 217. The dominating performance continued for Willetton with Darcy Short taking 5 wickets for the home side to bowl Joondalup all out for 79 after 27.4 overs.

 

Bayswater-Morley 2/208 (46.5) defeating Rockingham-Mandurah 10/207 (49.1) at Lark Hill Sporting Complex 1

Rockingham-Mandurah lost the toss batting first. The Mariners top order struggled to get going early in the innings with both opening batters dismissed in 2 overs. Keeper Damien Burrage helped the home side get back on track, adding 86 runs to his teams 207 run innings. Bayswater-Morley's bowling attack proved very strong with Kyle Wiggers taking 5 wickets for his side, bowling the home side all out early in the final over of the innings. The Bears continued their assertive run with Mitchell Todd (62) and Lane Berry (95) steering Bayswater-Morley to 208 runs after 46.5 overs. 

 

Subiaco-Floreat 10/201 (49.5) defeated University 10/129 (31.5)

Subiaco-Floreat won the toss and elected to bat first. Cameron green top-scored adding 57 runs to his side with Christopher Hansberry not far behind with a contribution of 56 runs to the visiting sides score of 201. University's Elijah Gravestock took 5 wickets for the home side with an assisted 3 wickets from Jay Chislett to bowl the Lions all out for 201 with 1 ball remaining in the final over. Opener Tom Murray top scored for University with 70 runs but caught and bowled by Christopher Hansberry who took 3 of the home teams wickets with Hamish McKenzie taking 5 wickets to bowl University all out for 129 after 31.5 overs.

 

Claremont-Nedlands 8/223 (50.0) defeated Midland-Guildford 10/183 (49.4) at Lilac Hill 1

Home side Midland-Guildford won the toss sending Claremont-Nedlands in to bat first. Captain Nicholas Hobson, top-scoring for his side with 53 runs added to his teams final 223 at the close of innings. The bowling effort of the home side rewarded each of the 5 bowlers with at least one wicket after 50 overs. Midland-Guildford captain also top-scored for his side with 65 run contributed to the home teams 183 runs. Joel Paris leading the Claremont-Nedlands bowling attack taking 3 wickets for the day.

 

Mount Lawley 2/91 (20.5) defeated Gosnells 10/90 (40.5) at Sutherlands Park 1

Gosnells won the toss and chose to Bat first. Mount Lawley showed the talent of its bowlers with Chris Prescott taking 5 wickets and Clint Hinchliffe taking 4 wickets to limit Gosnells to 90 runs after 40.5 overs. Clint Hinchliffe continued his outstanding performance, top-scoring for Mount Lawley with 43 runs to comfortably guide the visiting side to 91 after 20.5 overs. 

 

Fremantle 2/155 (33.0) defeated Melville 9/154 (50.0) at Tompkins Park 1

Home side Melville won the toss and batted first to score a total of 9/154 after 50 overs. Melville's Wicket Keeper Lachlan Farrow contribute 41 runs to his sides score but was bested by Robbie Holmes who took 4 wickets for Fremantle. Ewan Neilson took the early wicket of opener Kaiden Cookson with his first ball of the day. But this didn't slow Fremantle as Sam Whiteman and Ashton Turner both went on to make unbeaten scores of 84 and 53 runs to get the visiting side to 155 runs after 33 overs.

 

Perth 5/290 (50.0) defeated Wanneroo 10/171 (42.2) at Kingsway Sports Ground 1

Wanneroo won the toss sending Perth in to bat first. Jonathan Wells top-scored for Perth with an unbeaten captain's knock of 154 runs. He was supported by a 61-run effort by Sean Roberts to help steer Perth to a total of 290. Opener Aryan Varsani top-scored for Wanneroo with 55 runs. But, was overshadowed by the Perth bowling attack with Saami Welsh taking 5 wickets, Connor Blaxhall-Hill taking 3 and Jack Baker collecting the remaining 2 wickets to end Wanneroo's innings on 171 after 42.2 overs. 

 


Last updated: Monday October 18, 2021 12:38PM
Author: Tait Kunzli