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A Grade, Division 1:
T. Wyatt (OMK) 184; S. Clark (Town) 5/31
A Grade, Division 2
A. Bardwell (Poowong-Loch) 73; C. Honeysett (Miners) 3/13
B Grade, Division 1:
J. Black (Phillip Island) 151; J.Brann (Club) 4/11
B Grade, Division 2:
D O’Keefe (Foster) 139; S. Head (Poowong-Loch) 5/36
C Grade, Division 1:
S. Martin (Nerrena) 110; J. Johnston (Phillip Island) 3/23
C Grade, Division 2:
A. Sheedy (Poowong-Loch) 70; T. Otton (Glen Alvie) 4/18
• A Grade Division 1
OMK have posted one of the
biggest totals in recent mem-
ory against Kilcunda Bass in
A grade division one, finish-
ing the day 3/476.
Tom Wyatt, Daniel Lloyd
and Jesse Van Rooye all
scored centuries on their
home deck at the Outrrim
Wyatt the top scorer with
185 while Lloyd and Van
Rooye both finished 105 not
However not going unno -
ticed was young gun Ethan
Lamers who opened the bat-
ting for the Diggers at just 14
years of age and figuring in a
168 run opening stand with
opening partner Wyatt.
Lamers made 36 and looks
to have a bright future at
For the Sharks, Daniel Bet-
tles claimed two of the three
wickets for the day with fig-
ures of 2/56.
Phillip Island captain Eli
Richards has put his side in a
strong position against Leon-
gatha Town finishing the day
all out for 267.
Richards 105 and Lachie
Cleeland 85 were the top run
getters for the Sharks who
could have been in serious
trouble if it wasn’t for their
Sam Clark 5/31 and Madu-
ra Madusanka 4/89 cleaned
up the majority of the wickets
for the Scorpions.
A century to skipper Kit
Rotthier has helped Inverloch
to a defendable total of 215
against Glen Alvie.
Struggling at 4/60 Rotthier
dug in and made a solid 102
to get his side out of a hole.
With the next best score
being 21 to Amad Mujtaba it
wasn’t the dream day for the
Jamie Glen 3/68 and Wayne
Luke 2/18 were the pick of
the bowlers for the Alvie who
will give themselves every
chance of chasing down the
Wonthaggi Club have got
themselves into a strong po-
sition against Korumburra
bowling the Cobras out for
Captain James Sheerin
4/50 and Ryan Birkett 3/9 did
the damage for Club who nev-
er let the Cobras get on top.
Kallon Rigby made the top
score of 44 in the middle or-
der before being caught off
the bowling of Ryan Thomas.
Club batted the remaining
16 overs finishing 1/33 with
Sam Huitema 13 and Mitch
Thomas 11 the not out bats-
• A Grade Division 2
AFTER a great start from broth-
ers Jacob and Aaron Bardwell,
Poowong Loch managed to post a
handy total of 212 against the Won-
thaggi Miners in A grade division
The brothers put on 118 for the
opening wicket before Jacob was
caught behind for 59 off the bowl-
ing of Jayden Loos.
Aaron soon followed for 73 and
the cracks began to appear in the
Poowong batting line up.
After being 0/118 Poowong end-
ed up all out for 212, which was
helped by the 27 extras bowled by
Clint Honeysett 3/13 and Jonny
Rumbold 3/43 were the best of the
bowlers for the Miners.
Nerrena have ended their day on
high after being bowled for 201 by
Captain David Trotman top scored
with 47 on a batting card that left
more to be desired, with addition of
20 extras from the Cougar bowlers
boosting the total to 201.
Jason Kennedy 3/46 and Thomas
Elliot 2/5 got it done for Koonwarra
who would’ve had their tails up af-
ter a good day in the field.
But having to face a handful of
overs to finish the day is always dif-
ficult and when Red Caps opening
bowler Josh Trease struck with the
wicket of Jack Hughes the momen-
tum was back in their favour.
Finishing 1/11 off seven overs
the Cougars will be looking to bat
through the overs next week to en-
sure a safe run chase.
The Leongatha Imperials have re-
stricted MDU to 9/198 off their 75
overs as they look to maintain their
spot in the top four.
Jack Ginnane was the best bowl-
er for the Imps claiming 3/36 off
his 20 overs while for the Demons
it was lower order bat Sam Arnup
who finished 56 not out.
With a few batsmen getting starts
it was unfortunate for MDU to not
have one batsmen go on and get a
For the Imps a win will be vi-
tal to keeping the finals dreams
• B Grade Division 1
OMK have had a dominating start
to their game against Kilcunda Bass
bowling the Sharks out for just 78
in B grade division one.
Russell White doing the damage
with the ball claiming a hat-trick
and finishing with figures of 3/16.
Trapping Shaun Tappscott lbw
followed by Daniel Blackney getting
bowled the hat-trick wicket was Kil-
cunda Bass captain Ray Gardiner
The Diggers then batted the re -
maining 27 overs and finished 2/41
with White not out on 20.
Daniel Blackney picking up 2/3 off
A big century to Jarrod Black has
helped Phillip Island post a strong
first innings total of 5/316 against
Black smashed 151 along with
skipper Clint Wilson who made 89
in a great day at the office.
Marcus Kreutzberger finished with
four of the five wickets taken by the Scor-
pions, with figures of 4/58 off 18 overs.
A solid knock from Callum Mo -
scrpit has put Koonwarra Leongatha/
RSL in the box seat against Nerrena.
Moscript made 71 at the top of the
order as the Cougars finished the
day all out for 257.
For the Red Caps it was Jack Col-
lins 3/41 and Charlie Dougherty
3/71 who got amongst the wickets.
After a disappointing start Wont-
haggi Club has left the door open to
sneaking a victory against MDU.
Being bowled out for just 127 thanks
to some great bowling from Jason Ri-
ley 4/35 and Craig Hoober 2/11.
David Britt top scored for Club
with just 28 runs on a very disap-
pointing batting card.
In reply the Demons had 28 overs
to bat and that’s where Club began
their fight back with Joel Brann turn-
ing it on with his eight overs claiming
4/11 and leaving MDU 6/53 overnight.
Scoring 24 runs on Saturday against OMK in B1 was Kilcunda-Bass
batsman Ash Wells. mm180618_b1
White snags hat-trick Game on
OMK post huge total
In A Grade Division 1, Korumburra’s Matt Houston scored 31 runs on Saturday against Wonthaggi Club, including four 4s.
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