THE New Norfolk Under 13s had good 59 run win over North Hobart when Youth League cricket resumed last Sunday. New Norfolk hit up the good score of 107 and bowled out the opposition for just 48. Coby Kemmler did very well with the bat making 23 not out, while Riley Higgins gave good support with 10 runs. Jordan George did extremely well with the ball, taking 2-3 off 3 overs, while Coby Jemmler 1-7 off 4 and Tatem Lovell 1-2 off 2 also did very well. Well done to the young Red Caps this was a great win. Spare a thought for Tegan Kemmler who was hit in the face with the cricket ball and ended up losing half a tooth and getting a very swollen lip. Let's hope all is OK now.
In the Gretna Under 13s v Lindisfarne match at the Glenora school oval, Lindisfarne had first hit and made the big total of 204 from its 25 overs and lost just two wickets along the way - both of which were run-outs. In reply Gretna hit up the good score off 7 for 106 from its 25 overs. Tyron Bailey batted extremely well to make 41 hitting 7x4s. Tyler Scanlon also did well making 16 while Brodie Scanlon remained 7 not out. A great match all round with over 300 runs made between the two teams.
In the match between New Norfolk Under 15s and New Town, New Norfolk had first hit and made 116. Jye Bearman again batted well for 31 not out and Nathan Rice who has been doing well in fourth grade in the SCA made 21. In reply New Town lost five wickets chasing down the Red Caps total. Cody Morgan bowled well and finished with the excellent figures of 2 for 16 off 8 overs. Nathan Rice capped off a great game finishing with 2 for 12 off 6 overs.
In the match at the Glenora school ground, Gretna Under 15s had a good four-wicket win over St Anne's. The visitors made 108 before being bowled out in the 35 over. Adam Bartels continues to impress with the ball and sent down three overs to capture 3-7. Josh Eyles also did well taking 3-20 from 5, while brother Blake Eyles took 2-10 from 5 overs. In the run chase Gretna finished 6 for 115 off 25.2 overs. Jake Campbell did well top-scoring with 43 not out which included five 4s and two 6s, while Ryan Emery hit up a quickfire 24 hitting five 4s.
In the match between Molesworth Under 15s and Sorell at Boyer Oval, Sorell 0 for 38 off 8.1 overs (6 extras) defeated Molesworth 7 for 37 off 20.2 overs. No other details were available.
- There are no junior matches this Sunday due to the Hobart Regatta Day long weekend.