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A GRADE - Division 1:
Jason Wilson (OMK) 134 ; Ashley Meade (Korumburra) 4/13
A GRADE - Division 2:
Jason O’Reilly (Miners) 78 ; Matt Loader (Poowong Loch) 4/28
B GRADE - Division 1:
Kris Kerr (OMK) 106 n.o; James Paterson (OMK) 5/22
B GRADE - Division 2:
Scott Hayes (Korumburra) 102; Darren Beesey (Miners) 3/3
C GRADE - Division 1:
Matt Davies (Town) 180; Paul Green (OMK) 5/26
C GRADE - Division 2:
George Lomagno (OMK) 86; Paris Buckley (K-Leon RSL) 4/14
Stories - scoreboard
• A Grade, Division 1
MADURA Weerasinghe has led Le-
ongatha Town to a much-needed vic-
tory over Imperials with an imposing
And he didn’t do much running
throughout his innings, belting 25
fours (100 runs) in his knock of 125.
The Scorpions reached 5/230 off
40 overs, with Jake Burge chipping
in with a solid 35.
Earlier, Udara Weerasinghe re-
stricted the Imperials to 9/162 with
a fine spell of bowling, grabbing 4/25
off eight overs.
Amila Ratnaike also bowled well
with 3/25 off eight overs, as the Im-
Gary Sauvarin made 30 but had
little support, until Damon Gin-
nane’s 25 not out added respectabil-
ity to the score.
OMK’s Jason Wilson led the Dig-
gers to a crushing win over Wonthag-
gi Club with 134 on a quick and dry
Outtrim Recreation Reserve.
The Diggers got off to a flyer with
Jesse Van Rooye departing for a
quickfire 45 at 2/90 off 15 overs.
Wilson continued to tear the Club
bowling attack apart, and combined
with Adam Miller (59) for an 169-
run stand to sink Club and post
Club were brittle in reply, losing
6/39 with Peter Dell and Nathan
Cant ripping through the top order
to dismiss the visitors for a paltry
108 in the 29th over.
Dell finished with 3/12 off six
overs and Cant grabbed 2/20 off
James Sheerin (24) and Sam
Huitema (30) showed some resis-
tance for Club.
Korumburra has destroyed Phillip
Island on the road to remain in the
A sizzling spell of bowling from
Ash Meade with 4/13 off 6.1 overs
sent the Island packing for 90, in in
the 35th over.
Luke Zanchetta was also handy
with 2/17 off six overs.
The Cobras cruised to victory in
reply, passing the total in the 20th
over with the loss of just three wick-
Shane Dole guided his side home
with 43 not out including seven
Inverloch has won a low scoring
contest over Nerrena at Inverloch
Batting first, the Stingrays had
contributors from Tom McQualter
(26), Clay Tait (20), Kit Rotthier (20)
and Will Rankin (20no) which saw
them post 6/132 off 40 overs.
Josh Trease was the pick of the
Red Cap bowlers with 2/28 off eight
The Stingray bowlers defended
valiantly throughout Nerrena’s run
chase, eventually bowling the Red
Caps out for 107 in the 35th over.
Skipper Kit Rotthier took 3/15 off
5.2 overs, Tim Lloyd grabbed 2/24
off eight overs and Tom McQualter
took 2/21 off five overs.
gives Town the edge
• A Grade, Division 2
MDU has chased down Kilcunda-
Bass’ 165 with one over to spare, in
a thrilling contest in A Grade, Divi-
sion 2 at Bass.
A solid start by Matthew Olden
(29) and Gary Webster (58) set the
Demons on track, before a mid- or-
der collapse sparked nerves.
Skipper Nick Eddy showed a cool
head and guided his side across the
line with 29 not out.
Earlier, Eddy snared 2/27 off eight
overs as Kilcunda-Bass batted post-
ed 8/165, led by skipper Andrew
Mark Cantwell also bowled well
with 2/19 off eight overs.
Wonthaggi Miners easily account-
ed for Glen Alvie at the Butch West
The Miners batted first and
smashed their way to 4/225 off
40 overs, led by captain Jason
O’Reilly’s 78 including eight fours
and a six and Daniel Loos’ 43.
Glen Alvie struggled in reply,
bundled out for 85 in the 34th over.
Joel Piasente was the pick of the
bowers with 3/6 off eight overs,
along with Jayden Loos (2/15) and
John Nelson (2/26).
Peter Roberts top scored for Glen
Alvie with 20 before retiring hurt.
A 104-run opening partnership
between Colin Knox and Wilson
Pollock set up a win for Poowong-
Loch over Foster at the Foster Golf
Pollock belted nine fours and two
sixes in his 63 and Knox hit 34
Darby Walker and Alastair Straw
grabbed two wickets each for Fos-
Mat Loader’s 4/28 off seven overs
ensured Foster was bowled out for
181 in the 39th over.
Owen Straw top scored with 38
and Jason Law hit 31.
MDU wins thriller at Bass
Leongatha Town’s Madura Weerasinghe blasted 25 fours on his way to 125, as the Scorpions easily chased
down Imperials’ 162 in A Grade, Division 1 at Scorpion Park.
SELECTORS have cho-
sen the Leongatha and
District Senior Gippsland
Cricket League represen-
tative side for Round 5.
The Round 5 match
against Bairnsdale will be
held at the Leongatha Turf
on Sunday, January 17.
The team includes: Kit
Rotthier (Inverloch), Tim
Lachie Cleeland (Phillip
Island), Mitchell Clark
(Nerrena), Lewis Rankin
(Inverloch), Madura Weer-
(Phillip Island), Daniel
Lunn (Imperials), Jesse
Van Rooye (OMK), Scott
Williams (Workmen), Tom
Wyatt (OMK) and Sam
Players are to meet at
the ground by 9.15am.
If unavailable, contact
Gary Sauvarin 0407 343
204, Scott Boyack 0497
207 064 or Kristian Gray
0439 825 168.
Country Week draw
For games from Febru-
Day 1: LDCA v Morn-
Day 2: LDCA v Sheppar-
Day 3: LDCA v Sunray-
sia (Casey Fields)
Day 4: LDCA v Ballarat
Day 5: Final (Werribee)
Senior squad selected
THE 2015/16 Kookaburra Cup
match was played on January 10 at the
Glengarry recreation reserve.
For the first time in many years the
two top ranked teams (from season
2014/15 Gippsland Premiers) played
off for the title.
Glengarry Cricket Club took the hon-
ours: Glengarry 7/133cc defeated In-
verloch Stingrays Cricket Club 10/92.
Batting first Glengarry accumulated
its total mainly due to Richard Watson
46, Mitchell Sharp 27 and Sam Marks
Ryan Thomas took 4/24 for Inverloch
in what was judged to be the man of the
Thomas’s wickets were the first four
batsmen in the order and his early in-
roads had Glengarry reeling at 4/31.
Glengarry recovered to add a further
In response Inverloch were off to a
better start with 55 on the board when
their fourth wicket went down but the
middle order did not fire and only a
further 37 runs were added before the
innings closed - handing Glengarry a
41 run victory.
Kit Rothier was the best of the Sting-
ray’s batsmen with 21, Warren Williams
13 and Nathan Bragley 11 chimed in to
give the total some respectability.
Justin Little with 4/22 was the lead-
ing wicket taker while Cameron Gra-
ham and Andrew Winter each collected
Gippsland in the 2016/17 Kookaburra
Inverloch’s Ryan Thomas collects his ‘man of the match’ medal after play-
ing in the Kookaburra Cup Match against Glengarry.
Inverloch falls to Glengarry
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runs to put pressure on the opposi-
tion, reaching 3/51 led by Rohan Slade
(18) and Jy Hull (14).
Traralgon passed the total in the 16th
over with the loss of one wicket.
Day 2 v Warragul: LDCA won the toss
and batted at Glengarry Oval with Joel
Brann top scoring (22) as LDCA was all
out for 93.
Warragul started off well and were
3/57 off 25 overs when spin was intro -
duced into the attack by Josh Williams
and Ben McRae and the game changed
At 8/93 with one over to go, scores
With Keith Robinson bowling four dot
balls, the pressure was on the batsman
and his attempt to hit the winning run
was thwarted by a brilliant catch by
Ethan Lamers at mid- off.
Another attempt to hit the winning
run resulted in a skied ball being caught
by Ethan Lamers resulting in a tie.
Leading wicket takers were Ben
McRae (2) and Keith Robinson (3).
Day 3 v Central Gippsland: Central
won the toss and batted, making 4/176
off 40 overs at Jack Maskrey Oval, Tra-
Batting after lunch, LDCA started off
well with Aaron Bardwell (27) and Ro -
han Slade (55) top scoring.
The LDCA fell short at 6/157.
Day 4 v Bairnsdale:
Bairnsdale won the toss and batted
first, posting 3/221 off 40 overs at Jack
LDCA reached 9/113, led by Aaron
Bardwell (20) Joshua Schulz (18no)
and Rohan Slade (17).
Day 5 v Sale -Maffra:
Sale -Maffra won the toss and batted
at Jack Canavan Oval, Traralgon, post-
ing 6/177 after 40 overs, with Josh Wil-
liams snaring 3/32.
Leongatha’s batting was solid but they
could not penetrate the field and fin-
Aaron Bardwell top scored with 20
Mixed results for LDCA
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