Alcohol.ThinkAgain WA Premier Cricket
Round 3 - Saturday 16th October 2021 - One Day Match
First Grade Review
The 2021/22 Alcohol Think.Again WA Premier Cricket season continued with round 3 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!
Mount Lawley 9/230 (50.0) defeated Claremont-Nedlands 10/180 (44.1) at Cresswell Park
The Tigers won the toss and sent Mount Lawley into bat first. Opening pair Corey Evans (76) and Clint Hinchliffe (66) making up the majority of the 230 runs for the visiting side. Claremont-Nedlands also performed with the ball as Daniel Turkich and Elliot Hitchen both took 3 wickets for their side. Jacob Whiteaker top-scored for his side with 44 but was outshone by a 5 wicket haul from Clint Hinchliffe to assist in bowling the home team all out for 180 in 44.1 overs.
Willetton 7/258 (49.5) defeated Perth 8/257 (50.0) at Fletcher Park East
Perth won the toss and elected to bat first. Samuel Fanning top-scoring for his side with 141 runs added to Perth's score of 257. Willetton's Matthew Hanna also took a 3 wicket haul for his side. Captain Arron Hardie saw out his innings, scoring 136 runs for Willetton with opener Iszak Milentis assisting with 74. Liam Guthrie took 3 of Willetton's wickets, but it wasn't enough to stop the visiting Dragons from reaching 258 with 1 ball to spare.
Subiaco-Floreat 5/273 (50.0) defeated Gosnells 10/151 (49.2) at Floreat Park
The visiting side won the toss and sent the Lions into bat first. Subiaco-Floreat's top 3 batters all scoring half-centuries. Ethan Chivers with 50, Jayden Goodwin with 55 and captain Geremy Fatouros top-scoring with 70. The Lions then backing up their strong performance with the ball limiting Gosnells to 151 all out after 49.2 overs and Christopher Hansberry taking 4 wickets for the game.
Bayswater-Morley 6/109 (38.0) defeated Fremantle 10/108 (34.5) at Hillcrest Reserve Lower
Fremantle won the toss and elected to bat first. Fremantle seeming to struggle at the crease with opener Kaiden Cookson top-scoring with 35 runs and the Bears Liam O'Connor taking 5 of Fremantle's wickets to bowl them all out for 108 after 34.5 overs. The day belonged to the bowlers as Ports Samuel Greer taking a 4 wicket haul. But, it wasn't enough to stop the home side from getting to 109 after 38 overs.
Joondalup 3/230 (48.1) defeated Wanneroo 10/227 (48.3) at Iluka Sports Complex 1
The home side won the toss and sent Wanneroo into bat first. The Centurions performing well with the ball with Joe Inglis taking a 4 wicket haul and Jake Zsilinszky taking 3. Wanneroo's middle order and tail making up most of their runs with Caiden Eaton with 43, Deon Billington with 41 and Michael O'Day with 46. Joondalup's Jake Riccardi saw out his innings making 102 runs to get his side to 230 after 48.1 overs.
South Perth 7/275 (50.0) defeated University 10/247 (49.1) at Richardson Park 1
The visitors won the toss sending South Perth into bat first. Opener Daniel Moore top-scored for South Perth with 115 runs with a helpful 61 from Timothy Hale to give the home side 275 runs. University's James Kirwan (80) and Connor Smith (53) provided some handy runs for the visiting side but it wasn't enough as the South Perth bowling attack bowled University all out for 247 after 49.1 overs, with Simon Ringrose taking 4 wickets and Sean Stuart taking 3 wickets.
Melville 7/191 (50.0) defeated Scarborough 10/156 (46.5) at Tompkins Park 1
The Seagulls won the toss and sent Melville into bat first. Fraser Hay providing his team with a captains knock of 100 and assisted by a 53 from Andrew McLean to get the home side to 191 after 50 overs. Scarborough's Lachlan Tyler took 3 of the 7 wickets in Melville's innings. C Connolly top-scored for Scarborough with 72 but were outdone by a 4 wicket haul from Blake Reed and a 3 wicket haul from Ewan Neilson that saw the visitors bowled all out for 156 after 46.5 overs.
Rockingham-Mandurah 4/153 (38.3) defeated Midland-Guildford 10/152 (46.5) at Lilac Hill 1
Midland-Guildford won the toss and batted first. Dylan Sharman and William Riley shared the top score of 35 runs each while the Mariners Ashley Blake claim a 3 wicket haul to help limit the home side to 152 runs after 46.5 overs. Rockingham-Mandurah's Teague Wiley saw out the innings making 55 runs to guide his side to 153 after 38.3 over.