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LDCA Round 3
A Grade, Division 1:
Walter Taberner (Inverloch) 118; Matthew Dennerley (Phillip Island) 3/26
A Grade, Division 2:
Tim Wightman (Nerrena) 144; Mark Lafferty (Imperials) 6/61
B Grade, Division 1:
Jack Keating (Phillip Island) 99; Daniel Bettles (K-Bass) 6/42
B Grade, Division 2:
Rohan Todd (Miners) 45; John Bowring (Inverloch) 4/24
C Grade, Division 1:
Michael Young (Phillip Island) 117 n.o.; Mitchell Rowe (OMK) 5/16
C Grade, Division 2:
Darcy Hale (Glen Alvie) 115; Matt Cozzio (Korumburra) 6/44
• A Grade Division 1
A CENTURY to wicket keeper-bats-
man Walter Taberner has guided Inver-
loch to a solid first innings total of 7/247
against Leongatha Town in A Grade Di-
The day didn’t get off to an excellent
start for Inverloch as the promoted Will
Rankin was bowled for just four runs by
Town’s Yashas Alwis and number three
batsman Nathan Brayley was forced
to retire hurt early in his innings after
snapping his achillies tendon taking off
for a single.
With two batsmen already in the
sheds, experienced pair Brett Debono
and Dave Newman tried to get Inverloch
back on track, before Debono was run
out for 28 and Newman, 32, was caught
off the bowling of Madura Madusanka
leaving the Stingrays 3/74.
And when Scorpions captain Matt
Davies struck with the wicket of Tom
McQualter for just nine, Inverloch were
4/101 and on the back foot.
Taberner survived a big appeal and
then took control of the innings with su-
perb cricket shots to get his side back
into a positive position, linking up with
captain Kit Rotthier for a 74 run part-
Being eventually run out for 118, In-
verloch will be pleased with his return
Yashas Alwis was the pick of the Town
bowlers claiming 2/40 off 11 overs.
Wonthaggi Club has posted an impres-
sive first innings total of 9/349 against
Kilcunda-Bass off the back of an im-
pressive knock of 93 from number eight
Contributions came across the board
for Club with Ryan Thomas 74, Mitch
Thomas 41 and Dave Britt 39 all getting
in the runs.
But the returning Turton was the star
of the show smashing 93 runs after
spending the last few games in B Grade.
Stephen Leman 2/39 and Andrew
Donohue 2/54 did the work for Bass in
what was a long day in the field.
OMK have also posted a handy first
innings total of 8/236 in their match
Captain Daniel Mock top scored with
82 along with English import Callum
Honeyman who managed 60.
The Cobras didn’t do a lot wrong with
the ball with Shane Dole claiming 3/46
and Tom Richards 2/55.
Glen Alvie scraped together a first
innings total of 153 in their clash with
Charith Keerthisinghe was a work-
horse for the Island bowling 27 overs
and claiming 3/35 along with Matt
Dennerley who took 3/26.
For the Alvie it was small contribu-
tions from Daniel Diwell 37 and Dan-
iel Hales 26 who did their best for the
struggling top order.
TIM WIGHTMAN has contin-
ued his impressive form for Ner-
rena this season posting a superb
century as the Red Caps set a
first innings total of 9/316 against
Foster in A grade Division 2.
Wightman, who has been ter-
rific with the ball in recent weeks,
turned his attention to the bat
smashing 144 runs including 16
fours and two sixes.
Veteran Damien Symmons also
chipped in with 49 runs in a solid
first innings performance.
For Foster it was Jimmy
Sparkes 3/50 and Harvey Griggs
3/78 who did the damage with the
The Leongatha Imperials have
got themselves into an attacking
position against the Wonthaggi
Miners after an impressive spell
of bowling from Mark Lafferty
saw the Miners all out for 174.
Lafferty claimed 6/61 off his 25
overs and paired with 4/47 from
Zac Price the Imperials sit nicely
in the driver’s seat.
Cam Thomas scored 45 at the
top of the order and 27 from
Paul Nelson were the highlights
in a rather modest total from the
Poowong-Loch has made a
terrific start to their clash with
MDU, bowling the Demons out
Jacob Bardwell 3/38 and Alan
Jenkins 3/41 did the Damage
for Poowong who have become a
force in A Grade Division 2 this
Cam Olden was the top run
scorer for MDU with 29 runs on
what was a below par score for
Poowong used the remain-
ing 20 overs in the day to begin
their run chase with the Bardwell
brothers Aaron and Jacob get-
ting the score to 0/50 before Ja-
cob was caught off the bowling off
Cam Harris for 36.
Aaron remains unbeaten on 26
with captain Wilson Pollock on
11 with the score reading 1/74.
Brett Debono steadied the ship for Inverloch against Leongatha Town on Saturday at Scorpion Park in A Grade
Division 1. N034717
Mark Lafferty took six wickets for Imperials against the Wont-
haggi Miners at the Leongatha Turf on Saturday in A Grade Divi-
sion 2. N064717
Club’s Jack Sheerin attempts to go after the Kilcunda-Bass bowling on the
small McMahon Reserve Oval in A1 on Saturday but with only limited suc-
for Red Caps
• A Grade Division 2
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