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LDCA Round 3
A Grade, Division 1:
Madura Weerasinghe (Town) 57; Luke Zanchetta (Korumburra) 5/105
A Grade, Division 2:
Sam Hughes (Koon/L RSL) 85; Harvey Griggs (Foster) 3/59
B Grade, Division 1:
Matt Wilson (Town) 65; Nathan Trotto (Nerrena) 6/39
B Grade, Division 2:
Dan Garlick (Foster) 87 n.o.; Glen Poynton (Poowong Loch) 7/46
C Grade, Division 1:
Matthew Parsons (Phillip Island) 59; Joshua Brown (MDU) 4/106
C Grade, Division 2:
Joe Reilly (K-Bass) 91 n.o.; Shaun McKinnon (Poowong Loch) 4/20
• A Grade Division 1
A MARATHON spell of bowling from Korum-
burra’s Luke Zanchetta has kept Wonthaggi
Club to a gettable total of 179 in A Grade Divi-
sion 1 at Butch West Oval.
The Cobras used just three bowlers through-
out almost 75 overs, with Zanchetta claiming
5/105 off 37.5 overs including seven maidens.
At the other end, spinner Shane Dole picked
up the first two wickets of the day and finished
with 3/59 off 31 overs including 10 maidens.
Number three Mitch Thomas top scored for
Club with 36, while Jakeb Thomas provided
some fireworks towards the end of the day with
27 not out including two sixes and two fours –
an important knock that boosted the total.
A solid effort with the bat has given Nerrena
an opportunity to rise from the bottom of the
ladder against Kilcunda-Bass at Nerrena.
Red Cap openers Steve Lester and Damien
Symmons set the foundations for the innings
with a 60-run opening stand.
Lester was first to go when he was caught be-
hind off the bowling of Ash Wells for 29.
Symmons hit 53 including eight fours before
he was also caught behind off the bowling of
Tim Wightman’s hitting through the middle
order helped with 53 including eight fours,
and Paul Matheson’s 30 not out helped the Red
Caps reach 6/210 off 57 overs, after a late start
to the match due to wet conditions.
Mock finished with 2/64 off 20 overs includ-
ing five maidens.
The match between Inverloch and Leongatha
Town at Inverloch Turf is evenly poised after
The Scorpions were bowled out for 175 in
the 65th over, led my Madura Weerasinghe’s 67
and Amila Ratnaike’s 28.
Ryan Thomas was the pick of the Stingray
bowlers with 3/42 off 15.1 overs and Dave New-
man picked up 2/35 off 13 overs.
The Stingrays batted 10 overs to end the day
and will resume at 1/17, after Nathan Brayley
was caught behind off the bowling of Ratnaike.
Day one of the match between Phillip Island
and OMK at Cowes was washed out.
A1 results: Nerrena 6/210 (D Symmons 53
T Wightman 53 P Matheson 30* S Lester 29
DP Mock 2/63) v Kilcunda Bass at Nerrena
Wonthaggi Club 179 (M Thomas 36 J
Thomas 27* L Zanchetta 5/105 S Dole 3/59)
v Korumburra at Butch West Oval Wonthaggi.
Inverloch 1/17 v Leongatha Town 175 (MP
Weerasinghe Silva 57 A Ratnaike 28 RB
Thomas 3/42 B Thomas 2/21 L Rankin 2/24
D Newman 2/35) at Inverloch Turf.
Phillip Island v OMK at Cowes – washed
• A Grade Division 2
KOONWARRA-LEONGATHA RSL has recov-
ered from a slow start to post a competitive
total of 242 against Foster in A Grade Division
Two at Foster Golf Club.
The Cougars were struggling at 2/6 with Ben
Davison and Ben Perry back in the shed, before
a 135-run partnership between Sam Hughes
and Jack Hale got their side on track.
Hale eventually departed for 61 when he was
caught behind off Harvey Griggs, and Griggs
struck again later when he bowled Hughes to
claim the prized scalp for a well-made 85 in-
cluding 10 fours.
Jason Kennedy’s 37 not out including five
fours helped the Cougars reach 9/242 at
Griggs was the best of the bowlers with 3/59
off 21 overs.
The efforts of the Imperials middle and lower
order batsmen saw the home side post 8/167
off 66 overs against Glen Alvie at Leongatha
A steady flow of wickets at the start of the day
saw Glen Alvie on top, but a patient 34 from
skipper Ryan Higgins built momentum.
Tim Sauvarin stepped up with 38 including
five fours, and Damon Ginnane’s 26 not out to
end the day proved vital.
Jamie Glen bowled well for Glen Alvie with
2/30 off 20 overs including nine maidens, Kel-
vin Simpson nabbed 2/29 off 14 overs and Dan-
iel Hales grabbed 2/38 off 14 overs including
The first day of the match between Wonthaggi
Miners and MDU at Wonthaggi Football Ground
was washed out and Poowong-Loch had the
A2 results: Foster v Koonwarra L/RSL
9/242 (S Hughes 85 J Hale 61 J Kennedy
37* H Griggs 3/59 O Straw 2/23 J Weston
2/47) at Foster Golf Club.
Imperials 8/167 (T Sauvarin 38 RA Higgins
34 D Ginnane 26* K Simpson 2/29 J Glen
2/30 D Hales 2/38) v Glen Alvie at Leongatha
Wonthaggi Miners v MDU at Wonthaggi
Football Ground – washed out.
Poowong Loch – Bye.
Glen Alvie’s Paul Palmer celebrates holding onto an important catch in slip to dismiss
Imperials opener Gary Sauvarin, after the ball deflected off the hands of wicketkeeper Alex
Glen Alvie’s Jamie Glen was the pick of the bowlers against Imperials with 2/30 off 20
overs including nine maidens, in A Grade Division 2 at Leongatha Turf. rg470817
Imperials opener Gary Sauvarin drives during Saturday’s clash with Glen Alvie at Leon-
gatha Turf. rg500817
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