Vs Wodonga Raiders Raiders
called correctly at the toss, and smacked up 2/212. Cameron Furze and Aaron
West both bowled
well to collect 3 wickets each, for 31 and 38 respectively.
Grant Ellis got 1/55, and there were a couple of runouts.
Unfortunately, we fell short with the bat, with 9/197. Plenty of blokes got starts, but couldn't build a big one. Nathan Matsinos (27), Mark Kreutzberger (29), Dean Carroll (33), Stuie Rixon (23), Luke Drummond (13) and Dave Ryan (18) were all in this category.
Vs Wodonga Wodonga won the toss and batted, but some good bowling saw them restricted to 155. Kane Arendarcikas got 3/15, Sam McDonald 3/25, Grant Ellis 2/41, and James Broughan 1/26. It was a near run thing in the end, as we made 156! Top scoroer was Luke Drummond with 63. The only others to make runs were Nathan Matsinos with 29, Dean Carroll with 25.
Vs Wodonga Wodonga batted first, making 189. Karl Jacka got 2/22, with singles to Mick Ratcliffe, Matty Bain, and Phantom Haynes. In reply, Tony Ferris whacked 61, and Luke Schilg 63 in the reply of 9/183.
Vs SS&A SS&A made 144, with Lukas Cannan bowling well for 3/25, and Mark Dawson 2/10. In reply, Cris Glenane (38), Mick Blomley (28) and P. Duck esq.(45) ensured a win, taking the score to 149.
Vs Lavington Lavington batted first and made 139. Sam McDonald continued his from with 4/31, Westy got 3/40, Stuie Rixon 2/7, and Kaneo 1/41.In the reply of 8/272, Matso opened with 25, Luke Drummond narrowly missed a ton with 91, Westy whacked 62, and Kane a well compiled 29*.
Vs Lavington. The boys struggled to 141, with Joe Duck making 34, and Vincent Jones 30. It wasn't quite enough, as Lavvy replied with 9/283. Warren Britt got 2/48, and singles went to Ratty, Grant Ellis, Tony Ferris, Lukas Cannan, Dave Ryan, and Mick Blomley. In the second innings, we made 6/205, with contributions from Vince (32, Dave Ryan (48), Tony Ferris (27), Ben Cameron (38), and Warren Britt (35*).
Vs Lavington A good score of 9/279 resulted from batting first, with Mark Awburn smiting 49, Trout Salmon 52, Rory Muggavin 35, M. Holt 32, Andrew Dess 23, and Captain Tony Hill 24. The reply of 202 was restricted by hauls of wickets to the experienced Tony Hill (3/47), and Mick Cambey (3/47). In our second innings, Holty made 18 in a 5/38 whackfest.
Bit runny, so no play.
Vs East Albury East batted first and made 101. Heath Naughton returned to the side with 3/14, Stuie Rixon got 3/34, Kaneo 3/23, and Sammy 1/12. 8/284 was more than enough, with Dean Carroll the star, making an awesome 153!! Others in double figures were Phantom with 20, Westy with 32, and Kaneo, also with 20.
Vs East Albury. Karl inserted East, who made 256. J. Broughan bowled well for 4/32, Mick Ratcliffe toiled for 2/60, and Lukas Cannan got 2/32. 132 in reply was an ordinary effort, with Joe Duck making 20, Mick Blomley 38, and Scanners 24. East had another bat, making 4/145. The main wicket taker was Will Bunyan with 2/25.
Vs SS&A Deano called correctly, and decided to bat. In the total of 211, Matso made 21, Lukey 16, Deano 48, Mick Carroll 66, Westy 22, and Heath 16. Before the rain stopped play, SS were 4/77from about 47 overs, with Westy dominating proceedings with 4/25.
Vs Tallangatta Tallangatta batted first, making 79. Hilly got 2/24, Andrew Dess 2/22, Ben Cameron 2/9, Scanners 1/11, and Chuck 2/8, in a cameo appearance.With the bat, Scanners made 34, Holty 23, and Matty Bain a very nice 85 in the total of 9/221. Tallangatta had another bat and made 1/31, in which Mick Cambey picked up a pole.
Vs Tallangatta. A Merry Christmas commenced as Dean decided to bat. Runmakers in the 174 were Dean Carroll with 38, Chris "Phantom" Haynes with 41, and Kaneo with 35. The Bushies were restricted to 9/168. Bowling figures included Cameron Furze (2/26), Westy (3/16), and Dean Carroll !!!!! (3/29).
Vs Tallangatta. Karl's chaps routed the Bushies for 107. Will Bunyan got 2/10, Broughan 2/12, and Karl himself 2/0. The reply of 209 was compiled by Ben Weckert with 42, Karl Jacka with 45, and Grant Ellis with 30.
Vs East Albury. Hilly's chaps smacked 242, the highlight being a return to the game by John Ellwood (30). Others to get anongst the runs were Chris Glenane (51), Mark Awburn (45), Paul Scannell (65), and Holty (28*). The wicket takers in the reply of only 130 were Trout (2/21), Andrew Dess (2/25), and Scanners (2/16). Mick Cambey and Hilly got one each.
Vs Lavington Lavvy batted well to make 225/6. Ben Weckert proved the best of the bowlers, with 3/31. Heath got 1/33 and Sammy 1/42. A narrow loss ensued as we fell short by 4 runs. Westy opened with 56, Luke made 34, James Kreutzberger returned after his knee injury with a great 43, and Deano got 43. Someone needed to make a big one, but it wasn't to be.
Vs Lavington This was a good win for Karl's blokes. St Patrick's made 156, the anchor being Dave Ryan with 62. Vincent Jones made 13, Broughan 14, and Plugger Lethbridge was plucked from some hotel bar to contribute 21*. They then rolled the Panthers for 8/141, with Broughan getting 2/23, Mark Kreutzberger 2/18, and Karl 2/21.
Vs East Albury Hilly had a bat first, and ended up with a low 9/128. Matty Bain made 20, Scanners 20, Holty 24, and Andrew Dess 20 as well. East rattled up 144, with Ratty, Mick Cambey, Lukas Cannan and Scanners all getting wickets.
Vs North Albury
North won the toss and decided to bat on a relatively underprepared deck, as
we've had to move to Urana Road while Xavier 1 is resown with couch.
They made 160, but got away a bit at the end, and were given 18 sundries, with 6 wides in that total. Heath gor 1/19, Furay 1/17, Sammy 2/26, Westy 4/37, and Ben Weckert 2/27. Another close loss, as we needed 3 from the last ball. Matso made 16, James Kreutzberger 15, Xmas Carroll 21, Ben Weckert 23, and Fuzey and Heath a gallant 20* and 25 respectively in the 158 run reply.
Vs North Albury Karl's chaps were not really in the hunt in this game. North made 6/177, with Mark Kreutzberger getting 2/19, and singles to Karl, Grant Ellis, and A. Body whose name does not a ppear in the scorebook :-)). With the bat they could only manage 107, with Ryan (18), Jones (15), Kreutzy (13), Will Bunyan (17), and Jerim Hayes (15) all getting starts.
Vs Wodonga 1 A score of 250/6 was amassed as Hilly's boys batted first. John Ellwood turned the clock back with 78, Awbo made 34, Holty 29, Scanners 36, and oyung Will Ellwood 20* (with 5 fours!). Wodonga replied with 213, and the wickets were taken by Ratty (2/32), Hilly (3/32), and Scanners (4/21).
St. Patrick's Innings
Vs Wodonga Raiders
Raiders asked Deano to bat, and at 5/77, that would have seemed a good call.
The score ended up at 9/239. largely on the back of 69
from James Kreutzberger, who opened, and 59*
from Kane Arendarcikas at #8. Heath Naughton backed up Kane with a sensible
42* at #10. The only other double figures were Deano with 13, Xmas with 11,
and Jerim Hayes with 14.
An easy win resulted, as Raiders could only muster 120, against Naughto (1/20), Furzey (4/42), Sammy McDonald (1/11), and Westy (3/31). In our second innings, Heath opened (!). Westy ended up 42* Benny Weckert 14*, with Kreutzy (21), and Matso (19) aiding in the score of 3/109 (Heath contributed 5).
Vs Wodonga Raiders The
"twos" had a good day as well, with Karl collecting 4/25 and Grant
Ellis 4/30 as they routed Raiders for 103. In reply, they are 0/112, with Vincent
Jones 47* and Dave Ryan 62*.
VJ and Ryani both missed out narrowly on centuries, making 91 and 95 respectively, as the total soared to 4/259. Tony Ferris chimed in with 31. They then had Raiders 5/35, but they recovered to 5/126 at stumps, Karl taking 3/28, and Tony Ferris 1/10.
Vs North Albury 2
Hilly's team dismissed North for 167, with Trout getting 4/36, and "Mort"
Cambey 4/35 amongst some atrocious non-catching. In reply they are 2/63, with
Awbo on 23*, and Matty Bain 18*. Mort had made 15 earlier.
The total ended up at 8/193, Bainy got to 43, Awbo to 30, with Hilly making 28. Unfortunately, an outright was not on the cards as North got to 4/139 in their second dig, with Vance collecting 2/17 and Hilly 1/9.
Vs East Albury Washed Out
Vs .East Albury Washed Out
Vs Wodonga 2 As the only club representatives to get away on this wet weekend, it was disappointing for them to lose, albeit narrowly. We batted first and made 9/139, with Hilly making 28, and Awbo 37. Others to get double figures were Scanners (15) and John Ellwood (15), and Chris Glenane (16). Wodonga replied with 157. Wicket takers were Scanners with 3, Mort Cambey with 3, Hilly with 2, and 1 to Mick Ratcliffe.
SS&A SS&A batted first on the pretty good Billson Park deck,
but good bowling and fielding restricted them to only 128. Westy took 4/24,
Kane 3/30, Ben Weckert 1/33, amd Heath Naughton 1/19.
The reply was a hefty 5/214, with James Kreutzberger making 29, Matso 18, Dean Carroll 29, Westy 17*, and a swashbuckling 78 from Dave Ryan on debut.
Vs SS&A Karl's boys also had a good win, rolling SS for 7/110, and replying with 7/224. The wicket takers were Will Bunyan with 3/17, and Karl with 2/9. Grant Ellis got 1/29. The main runmakers were Phantom with a mature 79, and a lofty 70 from Tony Ferris.
Vs East Albury Hilly's chaps endured a frustrating turn of events trying to get as many points as possible to get into the finals. They rolled East for 101, with Mort Cambey getting 6/25 and Mick Ratcliffe 3/14. The reply totalled 8/146, Scanners (37), John Ellwood (55), and Awbo 23* the main scorers. East had another bat and ended up at 7/185. Andrew Dess got 3/15 and Rory Muggavin 2/7. Mort was unable to re-weave his first innings magic unfortunately.
This was a weird game, the
scores belied the benign condition of the deck, and the good weather etc. We
rolled Wodonga for only 45, bit BIG Heath Naughton collecting the memorable
figures of 8/21 and Furzey
mopped up with 2/15. The Deck was good, although the ball was
reported to be hooping a bit. It was a bit of a struggle to overhaul the low
total though, and we could only manage 92, with Matso getting 28, James Kreutzberger
18, and Kane 13*.
In their second dig, Wodonga made 8/156, effectively setting up an exciting run chase from our blokes with a sporting declaration. Furzey got 4/38, Heath2/64, and Kane 2/33.
Vs Wodonga Wodonga Batted first, and the wickets were evenly shared about in the total of only 139. Sam McDonald got 2/26, Karl 2/24, Will Bunyan 2/14, and Hooters, Kaneo and Jarrod Broughan 1 each. In reply, Hooters cracked 50, Kane 56, as they raced to 5/152, in pusuit of maximuim points. Wodonga were then rolled for 79, with Sammy McDonald and Mark Kreutzberger getting 3 wickets each. The outright was achieved with the loss of 2 wickets, with Kane making 46.
Vs. Tallangatta Tallangatta made 6/158 before the rain, with Furzey collecting 3/24, Heath 1/27, Kane 1/62, and Dave Ryan 1/4. This was a good hitout leading into the finals, with an even 100 by James Kreutzberger seeing us claim a draw after the rain interruption on Saturday. Casey Arendarcikas (53) and Dean Carroll (40) offered good support.
Vs. Tallangatta Karl's blokes monstered the Bushies, making 8/221 in the first dig. Grant Ellis got 54, Tony Ferris 51, and Mark Kreutzberger 31. Karl was 30*. Tallangatta were rolled for only 33, with Sammy getting 3/19, Karl 3/9, Grant Ellis 2/2, and Stuie Rixon 1/2. They then had another bat (bastards!!), racking up 4/124, with Tony Ferris and Will Bunyan 34 each (Tony n.o.), and Karl whacking 20. They then routed Tallangatta again, for 105, with Sammy getting 4/37and Grant 3/24.
First Grade Semi Final
Second Grade Semi Final
1st Innings of Wodonga
|Russell Gibson||c Mark Holt||b Michael Ratcliffe||0|
|Brad Kirk||c Paul Scannell||b Andrew Dess||55|
|Brett Allan||c Joe Duck||b Andrew Dess||32|
|Brant Duncan||b Andrew Dess||16|
|Adrian Koschell||c Tony Hill||b Michael Cambey||60|
|Luke Vandersluys||run out||0|
|Robert Young||L.B.W.||b Andrew Dess||0|
|Tom McCulloch||L.B.W.||b Michael Cambey||1|
|Phil Gosbell||Not Out||20|
|Scott Montgomery||c Mark Holt||b Michael Ratcliffe||1|
|P Macklin||c Mark Holt||b Michael Ratcliffe||7|
|Extras:||(Byes 1, Leg Byes 1, Wides 0, No Balls 2 )||4|
|Total:||10 wickets for||193|
|John Ellwood||c Luke Vandersluys||b Phil Gosbell||57|
|Joe Duck||c Robert Young||b Adrian Koschell||28|
|Mark Awburn||c Phil Gosbell||b Phil Gosbell||10|
|Michael Bain||run out||10|
|Michael Bradbury||c Peter Davis||b Robert Young||16|
|Paul Scannell||run out||83|
|Mark Holt||b Luke Vandersluys||2|
|Michael Cambey||b Robert Young||7|
|Michael Ratcliffe||Not Out||11|
|Danny Salmon||Not Out||1|
|Extras:||(Byes 6, Leg Byes 4, Wides 6, No Balls 10 )||26|
|Total:||9 wickets for||251|
|Tramane Webster||b Michael Ratcliffe||43|
|James Houston||L.B.W.||b Michael Ratcliffe||26|
|A Dishon||c Michael Bain||b Paul Scannell||40|
|T Poidevin||c Andrew Dess||b Michael Bradbury||41|
|Adam Gilson||c Paul Scannell||b Michael Bradbury||0|
|Ross Kirkwood||c Michael Bain||b Paul Scannell||12|
|Graeme Edwards||c Michael Bain||b Paul Scannell||8|
|M Lade||L.B.W.||b Michael Bradbury||1|
|G Thurkettle||L.B.W.||b John Ellwood||21|
|L McInnes||c Michael Bain||b Michael Bradbury||0|
|Clinton Gorman||Not Out||11|
|Extras:||(Byes 10, Leg Byes 2, Wides 4, No Balls 9 )||25|
|Total:||10 wickets for||228|
|John Ellwood||c Adam Gilson||b Graeme Edwards||22|
|Chris Glenane||c James Houston||b L McInnes||2|
|Mark Awburn||L.B.W.||b L McInnes||0|
|Michael yBain||c Nicholas Murray||b L McInnes||2|
|Paul Scannell||c James Houston||b L McInnes||0|
|Michael Bradbury||c Nicholas Murray||b L McInnes||4|
|Mark Holt||L.B.W.||b L McInynes||0|
|Rory Muggivan||b L McInnes||3|
|Danny Salmon||c James Houston||b L McInnes||0|
|Tony Hill||Not Out||2|
|Michael Ratcliffe||b L McInnes||2|
|Extras:||(Byes 2, Leg Byes 3, Wides 5, No Balls 3 )||13|
|Total:||10 wickets for||50|
|John Ellwood||Not Out||32|
|Chris Glenane||c M Lade||b G Thurkettle||7|
|Michael Bain||c C Lade||b Nicholas Murray||0|
|Mark Holt||c A Dishon||b Nicholas Murray||5|
|Paul Scannell||Not Out||0|
|Extras:||(Byes 0, Leg Byes 0, Wides 0, No Balls 0 )||0|
|Total:||3 wickets for||44|
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