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Leongatha and District Cricket Association
B GRADE, Division 2
A GRADE, Division 1
1.5354 Koon/L RSL
1.1819 Glen Alvie
0.7585 C GRADE, Division 1
A GRADE, Division 2
1.4367 Phillip Island
C GRADE, Division 2
B GRADE, Division 1
1.6280 Glen Alvie
1.3470 Poowong Loch
0.7394 Koon/L RSL
• B Grade, Division 1
WONTHAGGI Club has recorded a dominant
win over Inverloch in B Grade Division One,
thanks for a powerful unbeaten century by
Jake Wallace at McMahon Reserve.
Wallace strode to the crease at 3/139 after
skipper Liam Sawyer smashed 11 fours and
two sixes in his knock of 74.
He quickly blasted the Inverloch attack, hitting
10 fours and seven sixes to remain 108 not out at
the end of 40 overs to boost Club’s total to 4/283.
Inverloch were no match in reply, with Rob-
bie Geyer picked up 3/20 as the Stingrays were
bundle out for 92.
Clint Wilson has starred with bat and ball to
lead Phillip Island to a hard fought win over
Nerrena at Nerrena.
Phillip Island started well to have the Red
Caps at 4/49 thanks to new bowler Matt Denne-
rley (3/19), before Cameron Baudinette and
Ben Croatto saved the innings with a 55-run
Tony Hornsby had Baudinette caught be -
hind for 22, before Wilson weaved his magic
to dismiss Croatto (47), Nathan Trotto and
Charlie Dougherty in quick succession to
turn the tables.
The Red Caps managed to post 9/139 by the
end of 40 overs, with Wilson finishing with 3/21
off eight overs.
The Sharks run chase started slowly at 4/37
and the home side looked in control.
But Wilson had other ideas, hitting 10 fours
and two fours, combining well with Scott Boy-
ack to edge the visitors across the line in 37
Wilson remained 77 not out and Boyack fin-
ished with a handy 15 not out.
Opener Joel Sinclair’s 85 has set up a strong
win for MDU over Leongatha Town at Meeniyan.
Sinclair hit 10 fours and shared a 150-run part-
nership with Wayne Prosser (64) for the second
wicket, as the Demons posted 5/212 off 40 overs.
The MDU bowlers got the job done, bowling
Town out for 121 in the 28th over.
Jareth Hume was a shining light for the
Scorpions with 65, but the home side proved
Michael Olden picked up 3/26 off six overs,
while Craig Hoober snared 3/21 off 3.2 overs.
Kilcunda-Bass were no match for OMK at
The Diggers batted first and posted 4/214 off
40 overs, led by Kris Kerr (76) and Luke Jones
The Sharks battled in reply but fell short with
4/141 off 40 overs, led by Ray Gardiner’s 54.
B1 results: Meeniyan Dumbalk United
5/212cc (J Sinclair 85, W Prosser 64, J
Schelling 2/19, J Hume 2/33) def Town 121
(J Hume 65, C Hoober 3/21, M Olden 3/26, M
Patching 2/9) at Meeniyan.
Nerrena 9/139cc (B Croatto 47, M Dennerley
3/19, C Wilson 3/21) def by Phillip Island 5/142
(C Wilson 77*, C Dougherty 2/14) at Nerrena
Kilcunda Bass 4/141 (R Gardiner 54, P Mo-
hascy 26, R Duff 25) def by Outtrim Moyarra
Kongwak 4/214cc (K Kerr 76, L Jones 63, C
Elliott 2/37) at Bass Recreation Reserve No 1.
Club 4/283cc (J Wallace 108*, L Sawyer 74,
J Sheerin 32, D Turton 30, A Geyer 30, A Mu-
jtaba 2/56) def Inverloch 92 (D Cashin 36, R
Geyer 3/20, B Evans 2/14, A Geyer 2/26) at Mc-
Wallace’s ton blasts
Stingrays out of park • B Grade, Division 2
A BRILLIANT century by Wonthaggi Miners’
Rohan Todd has helped his side secure a big
win over Imperials in B Grade Division Two at
Wonthaggi Football Ground.
The opener played second fiddle to Gerard
Kent (47) in the pair’s 63-run opening stand,
but started to accelerate after Kent departed.
He was eventually bowled for 103, which in-
cluding nine fours and four sixes.
Sam Farrington hit 48 through the middle or-
der to boost the Miners’ score to an impressive
6/280 at the end of 40 overs.
Kristian Gray tried his best to give the Imperi-
als a shot at an unlikely win.
But when he departed for 60 including 10
fours, the visitors’ hopes were dashed and they
reached 7/179 by the end of play.
A stunning bowling effort by Koonwarra-
Leongatha/RSL’s Adam Drury has helped send
Glen Alvie packing for 65 at Butch West Oval.
Drury was on fire from the start, removing
openers Joe Burke and Pete Roberts, before
Jordan Pickersgill joined the part to have Glen
Alvie reeling at 3/5.
Drury continued to bowl with venom, picking
up the next three wickets in quick succession
to finish with incredible figures of 5/6 off eight
overs including four maidens.
Glen Alvie were eventually bowled out for 65
after 28 overs, with tailenders Tristan Tack
(21) and Kelvin Simpson (14 not out) the only
batsmen to pass double figures.
The Cougars had a few shaky moments but
eventually reach 8/99 off 27 overs before call-
ing it a day.
Adam Rockall led the way with 27, while Tack
picked up 3/14 for Glen Alvie.
A bowling masterclass by Geoff Birnie has led
Poowong-Loch to a comfortable win over Foster
Opening bowler Nathan Allen started well
with 3/23 off six overs, before Birnie cleaned up
the lower order.
He finished with 5/7 off 7.3 including three
maidens, as Foster was bowled out for 124.
Geoff Tanner top scored with 31 for the Ti-
Trevor Allen hit 10 fours in his knock of 63,
while Keanu Miller hit 44 as the home side
posted 4.177 in reply.
B2 results: Poowong Loch 4/177(cc) T Allen
63 K Miller 44, H Buckland 2/17) def Foster
124 (G Tanner 31, A Starret 27, G Birnie 5/7, N
Allen 3/23) at Loch Recreation Reserve.
Glen Alvie 65 (A Drury 5/6) def by Koonwarra
L/RSL 8/99 dec (A Rockall 27, T Tack 3/14, J
Burke 2/27) at Butch West Oval Wonthaggi
Wonthaggi Miners 6/280cc (R Todd 103, S
Farrington 48, G Kent 47, JR Forrester 3/41)
def Imperials 7/179cc (KB Gray 60, P Loos 2/5,
R Todd 2/20) at Wonthaggi Football Ground.
Korumburra – BYE
Todd sinks Imperials
• C Grade, Division 2
GLEN Alvie’s David Hynes starred for his side
in a dominant win over OMK in C Grade Divi-
sion Two at Glen Alvie.
OMK was bundled out for a dismal 50 in 29
overs, with Hynes joining the attack in the later
stages and bowling three batsmen to finish with
3/3 off four overs.
Jay Thorn also snagged 3/10 off six overs for
the home side.
Glen Alvie made quick work of the low total,
with Hynes smashing 45 before retiring.
The home side reached 2/80 before declaring
after 2/80 to end the Diggers’ pain.
It was another dominant performance by
Phillip Island against Korumburra at Korum-
burra, with the Sharks destroying the Cobras’
batting line-up for 48.
The Sharks shared the wickets around, with
Glen Marshall (3/17), Stuart Cox (2/0), Tom
Niven (2/4) and Steve Niven (2/16) the best of
The Sharks chased down the total in just 13
overs, with Steve Niven remaining 20 not out.
Poowong-Loch proved too strong for Koonwar-
ra-Leongatha/RSL at Mary MacKillop College.
The Cougars batted first and set a total of
5/124, led by Paris Buckley (28) and Shane
An opening stand of 92 between Neil Hancock
and Jesse Patullo set up the win and Poowong-
Loch declared at 3/140 after 34 overs.
C2 results: Glen Alvie 2/80 dec (DJ Hynes
45*) Def Outtrim Moyarra Kongwak 50 (DJ
Hynes 3/3, J Thorn 3/10) at Glen Alvie Recre-
Korumburra 48 (G Marshall 3/17, SD Cox
2/0, TS Niven 2/4, S Niven 2/16) def by Phillip
Island 4/50 (S Hall 2/22) at Korumburra Recre-
Koonwarra L/RSL 5/124cc (PA Buckley 28, S
Moore 25 def by Poowong Loch 3/140 dec (N
Hancock 48, J Patullo 39, D Van Puyenbroek
2/20) at Mary MacKillop College.
Wonthaggi Workmens def Kilcunda Bass by
Town – BYE
• C Grade, Division 1
A FIVE-WICKET haul from Leongatha Town’s
Marcus Kreutzberger proved the difference in
the contest against Korumburra in C Grade Di-
vision One at Scorpion Park Two.
Town batted first and posted a competitive
7/214, thanks to John Pouw’s 64 and Michael
Christopher Mileto snared 4/47 off eight overs.
Kreutzberger played a part in removing the
top four batsmen, picking up three wickets and
affecting a run out.
Jimmy Petrie gave the Cobras a chance with
63 runs, but two late wickets to Kreutzberger
put the Scorpions back in the game.
It came down to the final over, and when Har-
ry McNeill was run out, the Cobras fell short by
seven runs, with three balls left to play.
Kreutzberger finished with 5/39 off eight overs.
A strong bowling effort saw Phillip Island
bowl Inverloch out for 72 and cruise to victory
John Belli (26) and Anthony Sparkes (22)
provided some resistance, but the Sharks
bowlers proved too good.
The Sharks were untroubled in their run
chase, with Pete Cleary smashing nine fours in
his 48 not out and Mark Christopher remaining
24 not out as they reached the total in 14 overs.
A captain’s knock of 69 by Wonthaggi Club’s
Chad Harvey had edged his side across the line
against OMK at Korumburra Secondary College.
Club were set a total of 180 after James Pa-
terson (41 not out) and David Jeffries (51 not
Opener Craig Harvey set the tone with 40
runs, before Chad Harvey put his side in a win-
Matt Cadwallender’s important 12 not out got
Club across the line in the final overs.
Hayden Smith was dangerous with the ball
for the Cobras, taking 3/32 off eight overs.
Polly Joseph’s 32 not out saw Nerrena
chase down MDU’s 121 in the dying stages at
MDU posted 7/121 off 40 overs with Dale
Thomas leading the way, before Joseph saved
the day for the Red Caps.
C1 results: Town 7/214 (J Pouw 64, M War-
ren 61, D Goss 34*, C Mileto 4/47) def Korum-
burra 208 (J Petrie 63, D Kemp 33, A Pyman
32, M Kreutzberger 5/39) at Scorpion Park 2.
Meeniyan Dumbalk United 7/121cc (M Wal-
tom 2/14) def by Nerrena 7/127cc (P Joseph
32*, C Cary 2/21) at Dumbalk.
Phillip Island 0/84 (PJ Cleary 48*) def Inver-
loch 72 (J Belli 26, PJ Cleary 2/8, MP Fletcher
2/14, J Excell 2/18) at Rhyll.
Outtrim Moyarra Kongwak 7/180cc (D Jef-
fries 51*, J Paterson 41*, B Osborne 2/20, N
Dobbie 2/55) def by Club 9/183 (C Harvey 69,
CM Harvey 40, H Smith 3/32, A Busana 2/16) at
Korumburra Secondary College.
Hynes highlights low-scoring round
Kreutzberger five seals Scorpion win
Leongatha and District Cricket Association’s Xavier Robertson sends one down in the
match against Warragul at Inverloch last week. m010217
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