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LDCA Round 3
A Grade, Division 1:
Thomas Wyatt (OMK) 107; David Newman (Inverloch) 3/24
A Grade, Division 2:
Ben Davison (Koon/L RSL) 62; Jack Ginnane (Imperials) 7/42
B Grade, Division 1:
Rob Geyer (Club) 140; Michael Olden (MDU) 4/19
B Grade, Division 2:
Keanu Miller (Poowong Loch) 77; Kevin Thorne (Koon/L RSL) 6/35
C Grade, Division 1:
Ray Edwards (Town) 74; John Johnston (Phillip Island) 7/59
C Grade, Division 2:
Neil Hancock (Poowong Loch) 69; Ryley Duff (K-Bass) 4/16
• A Grade Division 1
A CENTURY from OMK’s Tom Wyatt has put
the Diggers in a strong position after day one
against Leongatha Town in A Grade Division
One at Scorpion Park.
The Diggers posted a monstrous total of
8/305 off 75 overs, with Jesse Van Rooye set-
ting it up with 88.
Wyatt joined him and then powered on, with
the number five hitting 107 before he was
caught off the bowling of Matt Borschman.
Borschman toiled hard for the Scorpions,
picking up 3/71 off 18 overs on a tough day
for bowlers. The pitch was good and the out-
Wonthaggi Club’s Mitch Thomas just missed
out on a century and had to be content with
96 not out against Nerrena at Butch West
Openers Dave Britt (64) and Sam Huitema
(40) set the tone early with a 103-run partner-
ship, before Thomas and Koby Brann (42 not
out) pushed the score to 3/256 at the end of
Damien Symmons was the only Red Cap
bowler to have any luck, picking up 3/25 off
Korumburra has batted itself into a winning
position against Kilcunda-Bass at Korum-
The visitors started well to have the Cobras
2/37, with dangerous batsmen Michael Giles
and Shane Dole back in the shed, both re -
moved by Jacob Dakin in quick succession.
But Ilan Osman and Kallon Rigby stepped
up for the home side with a 65-run partner-
ship to kickstart the innings.
Osman departed for 49 and Rigby contin-
ued to plunder the bowlers, before he was
eventually caught behind for 69.
Luke Zanchetta (53) and Daniel Salmon (52
not out) further boosted the total to 7/209 off
Phillip Island posted a defendable 9/190
against Inverloch at Cowes.
The Sharks started well with Brodie John-
ston and skipper Lochie Cleeland taking the
score to 60.
Dave Newman was introduced to the attack
with great success, trapping Johnston LBW
for 12 and removing Cleeland caught and
bowled for 42 shortly after.
A solid 30 by Mitch Kinghorn kept the
scoreboard ticking over, but the Stingray
bowlers kept the total under wraps.
Inverloch shared the wickets around, with
Newman finishing with 3/24 off nine overs in-
cluding three maidens.
A1 results: Phillip Island 9/190 (L Clee -
land 42 M Kinghorn 30 D Newman 3/24) v
Inverloch at Cowes.
Club 3/256 (M Thomas 96* D Britt 64 K
Brann 42* S Huitema 40 D Symmons 3/25)
v Nerrena at Butch West Oval.
OMK 8/305 (T Wyatt 107 J Van Rooye
88 J Cochrane 47 A McKinnon 33 M
Borschman 3/71) v Town at Outtrim.
Korumburra 7/309 (K Rigby 69 L Zanch-
etta 53 D Salmon 52* I Osman 49 D Wyhoon
27* K Dorman 26 C Davidson 2/23 J Dakin
2/69) v Kilcunda-Bass at Korumburra Turf.
Wyatt ton puts Diggers on top
Leongatha Town’s Amila Ratnaike beat the bat early against OMK but couldn’t get a break-
through in his first spell in A1 at Scorpion Park. N180617
OMK’s Kris Kerr gets an edge down leg side against the Scorpions on Saturday. N190617
• A Grade Division 2
AN amazing seven-wicket haul by Jack
Ginnane has seen Imperials bowl Foster out
for 218 in A Grade Division Two at Foster
Ginnane’s first wicket broke an 85-run
partnership between key batsmen Mur-
ray Lynch and Graeme Watkins, when he
trapped Watkins LBW for 54.
He went on to have Josh Toner caught then
bowled Lynch for 50 to bring the match back
on Imperials’ terms.
He continued to rip through the batting at-
tack and cleaned up the tail, finishing with
7/42 off 18.5 overs including six maidens.
His seven wickets included three bowled,
three caught and an lbw.
Imperials batted for a nervy five overs to
end the day, with Gary Sauvarin and Andrew
Meyer surviving and the visitors will resume
Four wickets by Poowong-Loch quick Al
Jenkins kept Wonthaggi Miners to a score of
222 at Loch.
Jenkins nabbed 4/61 off 22 overs includ-
ing six maidens.
For the Miners, Josh Andrighetto belted
eight fours in his 51, and Adam Honeysett
made a valuable 48 through the middle or-
An 85-run partnership for the third wicket
between Koonwarra-Leongatha RSL’s Ben
Davison and Jack Hale helped the Cougars
reach 9/225 against Glen Alvie at Leongatha
The Cougars started poorly when opener
Sam Hughes was bowled by Daniel Hales for
a duck, before Davison and Ben Perry set
their side on track with a 65-run partner-
Hales removed Perry for 33 and Davison
was joined by Hale.
Davison was eventually caught for 62 off
the bowling off Kelvin Simpson.
Hale continued to bat well and brought up
his 50 before he was caught off the bowling
of John Reid.
Reid finished with 3/40 off 13 overs and
Hales picked up 3/50 off 21 overs.
A2 results: Koonwarra L/RSL 9/225 (B
Davison 62 J Hale 50 B Perry 33 JA Reid
3/40 D Hales 3/50) v Glen Alvie at Leon-
Poowong-Loch v Wonthaggi Miners 222
(J Andrighetto 51 A Honeysett 48 AC
Jenkins 4/61 M Loader 2/33 JM Bardwell
2/42) at Loch.
Foster 218 (G Watkins 54 M Lynch 50
J Chaseling 26 J Ginnane 7/42 L Rogers
3/45) v Imperials 0/2 at Foster Golf Club.
MDU – Bye.
Ginnane’s seven inspires Imperials
Ash Hickey picked up Town’s first wicket against OMK on Saturday in A1. N200617
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