Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Great weekend for junior sides

JUNIOR LEAGUE -  Round 2 results

ALL three junior cricket teams from the Valley got wins in round two of the roster, with some very good individual performances on show.

In the Under 13s, New Norfolk’s Cameron McMaster top-scored with a well-made 18 while Luke Jarvis got 16 runs and also had good bowling figures of 1-1 off two overs. Jesse Laycock got 1-1 off one over and Cale Browning took just one delivery for a wicket.

New Norfolk 5/119 off 30 overs d. Wellington 6/25 off 13.1 overs at Tynwald Park. Batting: Cameron McMaster 18, Luke Jarvis 16, Lewis Spaulding 15 not out, Tate Browning 10no. Bowling: Cale Browning 1-0 (0.1), Jesse Laycock 1-1 (1), Luke Jarvis 1-1 (2), Lewis Spaulding 1-4 (2), Wyatt Townsend 1-8 (2).

Gretna Under 13s team member Kane Lovell had a day to remember, making an excellent 71 not out off just 61 balls and hitting 12 boundaries. Caleb Mayne got 31 from 32 balls and Connor Gittus also did very well with 23 from 28 balls. James Brazendale showed talent in his first game, making 14 not out and taking 1-3 with the ball. Also with the ball, Bailey Mayne took 2-11 and brother Caleb Mayne took 1-0 off just three deliveries.

Gretna 6/197 off 30 overs d. St Anne's 8/99 off 18.3 overs at Gretna.
Batting: Kane Lovell 71 not out (12 fours), Caleb Mayne 31no (one four), Connor Gittus 23 (two fours), James Brazendale 14no. Bowling: Bailey Mayne 2-11 (3), Caleb Mayne 1-0 (0.3), James Brazendale 1-3 (2), Byron Conley 1-4 (1), Connor Gittus 1-7 (2), Brock Hill 1-9 (2), Jorden Conley 1-25 (4).

In the Under 15s, Gretna batsman Zac Wheeler made a very good 50 runs, hitting seven fours and one six, while his younger brother Bailey Wheeler did a great job to take 3-0 off just one over.

Gretna 1/64 off 8 overs d. North Hobart 7/41 off 19 overs at Gretna.
Batting: Zac Wheeler 50 not out (seven fours, one six), Josh Whyte 10no (one four). Bowling: Bailey Wheeler 3-0 (1), Dylan Davis 1-2 (2), Josh Whyte 1-6 (4), Tyler Scanlon 1-7 (4), Cameron Clark 1-19 (4).

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