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LDCA Round 3
A Grade, Division 1:
Mitchell Thomas (Club) 83; Ryan Thomas (Inverloch) 4/31
A Grade, Division 2:
Sam Hughes (Koon/L RSL) 88; Jordan Poynton (Poowong Loch) 6/32
B Grade, Division 1:
Ashley Harrison (Nerrena) 63; Justin Greenwood (OMK) 4/10
B Grade, Division 2:
Nathan Allen (Poowong Loch) 108; Harry McNeil (Korumburra) 5/19
C Grade, Division 1:
Jackson Sorati (Phillip Island) 108; Cameron Butler (Inverloch) 5/16
C Grade, Division 2:
Vijai Gopal (Korumburra) 68 n.o.; Zac Crow (K-Bass) 5/33
• A Grade Division 1
A FINE 83 from Mitch Thomas has set the
foundations for Wonthaggi Club to post a com-
petitive total of 9/283 against Leongatha Town
in A Grade Division One at Scorpion Park Turf.
The return to two-day cricket saw opener
Sam Huitema and Thomas combine for a sec-
ond-wicket partnership of 130, which went a
long way to putting Club in a strong position
on day one.
Huitema was eventually caught for 60 includ-
ing 11 fours, and Thomas stuck around a little
longer before he was caught and bowled by
Weerasinghe finished with 3/69 off 22 overs,
while Amila Ratnaike claimed 3/64 off 17 overs.
Adam Miller’s 60 helped OMK to a defend-
able total of 9/210 against Nerrena at Leon-
Further contributions from Alex Rose (39)
and Nathan Cant (28 not out) gave the Diggers
a chance of a win this week.
Josh Trease was the pick of the Red Cap
bowlers with 3/42 off 25 overs, Adam Torro
grabbed 3/42 off 14 overs and Jarrod Hoy
picked up 3/48 off 17 overs.
The match between Korumburra and Inver-
loch at Inverloch Turf is evenly poised, after Ko -
rumburra was bowled out for 189 in 73 overs.
Inverloch’s Ryan Thomas led the way with the
ball, snaring 4/31 off 16 overs, while Ben Thomas
snagged 2/51 off 21 overs including six maidens.
Captain Michael Giles’ 61 including nine
fours was an important knock, while Kyle Dor-
man’s 38 through the middle order helped the
Phillip Island has the edge over Kilcunda-
Bass at Cowes, with Kilcunda-Bass restricted
to 9/139 batting first.
The visitors’ top order struggled to make an
impact, with Daniel Mock (26), Jack Rosenow
(26) and James Mahood (18 not out) the only
batsmen to get a start.
Charith Keerthisinghe bowled a very tidy 23
overs, claiming 3/31 including 10 maidens,
while Geoff Odgers was also economical with
2/15 off 11 overs including six maidens.
A1 results: Leongatha Town v Club (9/283
M Thomas 83 S Huitema 60 J Wallace 28 A
Ratnaike 3/64 MP Weerasinghe Silva 3/69) at
Scorpion Park Turf.
Kilcunda Bass (9/139 DP Mock 26 J Rose-
now 26 C Keerthisinghe 3/31 G Odgers 2/15 M
Dennerley 2/34) v Phillip Island at Bass Recre-
Nerrena v Outtrim Moyarra Kongwak (9/210
A Miller 60 A Rose 39 N Cant 28* J Trease 3/42
AL Trotto 3/42 J Hoy 3/48) at Leongatha Turf.
Inverloch v Korumburra 189 (M Giles 61 K
Dorman 38 RB Thomas 4/31 B Thomas 2/51)
at Inverloch Turf.
• A Grade Division 2
A SIX-WICKET haul from Jordan Poynton
had given Poowong-Loch the ascendency over
Glen Alvie in A Grade Division Two at Butch
Glen Alvie won the toss and batted first but
was quickly in trouble when opener Steve
Smith was bowled for one by Al Jenkins.
Poynton quickly joined in the fun, removing
Pete Roberts and John Reid in quick succes-
sion to have the home side in trouble at 3/29.
Jamie Glen and Jeff Reid set about rebuild-
ing the innings with a 92-run partnership for
the fourth wicket, before Poynton struck again
to remove Glen for 58.
He continued to wreak havoc for the Glen
Alvie batsmen, bowling David Hales and hav-
ing Jeff Reid (37) and Ray Slade caught shortly
He finished with impressive figures of 6/32 off
14 overs including five maidens.
Glen Alvie was bowled out for 159 after 62
Poowong-Loch batted for 12 overs and will
resume at 0/15 this week.
A solid 134-run partnership between Sam
Hughes and Ben Perry has put Koonwarra-
Leongatha/RSL in contention after day one at
Wonthaggi Recreation Reserve.
The Cougars reached 9/262 at the end of 75
Run machine Hughes fell short of his second
century for the season, trapped lbw by Jayden
Loos for 88 including 14 fours.
Perry was the perfect sidekick with a
Later contributions from Jack Hughes
(32) and Brad Anderson (34 not out) helped
strengthen the total.
Adam Hall bowled a marathon 25 overs,
picking up 3/77 for the Miners, while Adam
Honeyset snared 3/48 off 12 overs.
MDU has stitched up a win on day one after
a strong performance with bat and ball against
Foster at Dumbalk.
A brilliant team bowling performance set up
the win for the Demons, who bowled out the
Tigers for 119 in the 42nd over.
Nick Eddy led the way with 3/25 off 12 overs
and Darien Mathews cleaned up the tail with
3/14 off 6.2 overs.
Graeme Watkins (36) offered a little resis-
tance with the bat in an otherwise disappoint-
ing display by Foster.
The Demons powered on to a big victory, with
opener Gary Webster setting the tone with 77
including nine fours.
They reached 4/158 off 33 overs and will be
striving for an outright win on day two.
A2 results: Glen Alvie 159 (J Glen 58 JR Reid
37 J Poynton 6/32 AC Jenkins 2/23) v Poowong
Loch 0/15 at Butch West Oval.
MDU 4/158 (G Webster 77 M Martin 25 D
Lacasa 2/47) v Foster 119 (G Watkins 36 DA
Mathews 3/14 N Eddy 3/25 M Cantwell 2/22)
Wonthaggi Miners v Koonwarra L/RSL (9/262
S Hughes 88 B Perry 55 B Anderson 34* J
Hughes 32 A Honeysett 3/48 A Hall 3/77) at
Wonthaggi Football Ground.
Imperials – BYE.
• A Grade 20-20
The T20 A grade Knockout Competition fin-
ishes this Sunday, January 29 with the finals
Match-ups are as follows:
• Semi Final 1 Town v OMK played at Scor-
• Semi Final 2 Korumburra v Club played at
The semi-finals start at 10.30am.
The grand final between the two winning
teams will be played at Scorpion Park begin-
ning at 1.30pm.
For the semi-finals teams will need to supply
their own white ball.
The LDCA will supply and pay for one umpire
at the Semi Finals. Teams do square leg.
The LDCA will supply and pay for two um-
pires at the Grand Final. The balls for the
grand final will also be supplied and paid by
The winning team of the grand final will re-
ceive the perpetual shield, $500 prize money in
a cheque. A ‘Player of the Final’ shirt will also
be presented after the grand final.
20-20 finals this Sunday
Club to big total
Poynton six inspires
Poowong-Loch’s Colin Knox tries to break the productive partnership between Jeff Reid
(facing) and Jamie Glenn (non-striker) but all the action was going on at the other end
where Jordan Poynton took 6/32. m350417
Inverloch’s Ryan Thomas made sure there was nothing more than a spluttering recovery
from Korumburra in A Grade Division One on Saturday, on the Inverloch Turf, taking 4/31
off 16 overs, including last man standing, Peter Edwards (non-striker) for 24. M410417
Korumburra’s Pierre Dunlevie played his role, showing the full face of the bat to the ball
as he tried to hold up an end late in the game against Inverloch. M420417
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