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LDCA Round 3
A Grade, Division 1:
Brett Debono (Inverloch) 85; Luke Zanchetta (Korumburra) 5/41
A Grade, Division 2:
Paul Plamer (Glen Alvie) 77; Harveys Griggs (Foster) 4/65
B Grade, Division 1:
Shaun Helms (Nerrena) 89; Dylan McMeekin (OMK) 3/14
B Grade, Division 2:
Scott Hayes (Korumburra) 127; Dylan Clark (Koon/L RSL) 5/27
C Grade, Division 1:
Dale Thomas (MDU) 87 n.o.; James Paterson (OMK) 6/38
C Grade, Division 2:
Joe Reilly (K-Bass) 103; Sam Hall (Korumburra) 4/73
• A Grade Division 1
NERRENA’S hopes of avoiding rel-
egation have been severely dented by
Korumburra quick Luke Zanchetta,
who snared five wickets in A Grade
Division 1 at Korumburra Turf.
The Cobras had the Red Caps
on the ropes from the start, with
Dale Wyhoon having Dave Trotman
caught at 1/0 before Zanchetta re -
moved Steve Lester and Tim Wight-
man in quick succession.
When Wyhoon sent Jarrod Hoy
packing and Zanchetta bowled open-
er Damien Symmons, the Red Caps
were reeling at 5/25.
A steady flow of wickets continued,
before Gerard Murphy and Josh
Trease showed some resistant with
a 51-run partnership for the ninth
wicket after they came together at
The Red Caps were eventually
bowled out for 122 in the 50th over,
with Murphy remaining 49 not out
including seven fours and a six, and
Trease departing for 33 including
Zanchetta finished with impres-
sive figures of 5/41 off 20 overs in-
cluding eight maidens.
It was his second consecutive five-
wicket haul and he now has 33 wick-
ets for the season.
Wyhoon was also handy with 3/23
off 7.4 overs and Shane Dole bowled
tight with 2/20 off 18 overs including
The Cobras are on track for a win,
finishing the day at 2/62 off 25 overs.
Even if the Cobras win, though,
the Red Caps could survive depend-
ing on what happens in the match
between Killy–Bass and Club.
Peter Edwards hit 27 including
four fours before he was caught off
the bowling off Ryan Clark, and Kal-
lon Rigby was trapped LBW by Tim
Wightman in the dying stages for 17.
Inverloch is in a strong position
after scoring 300 against OMK at
The Stingrays got away to a flying
start with an opening stand of 107
between Walter Taberner and Brett
Taberner was first to go for 37
including five fours, and Debono
continued to bat with flair and hit
85 including 13 fours before he was
caught off the bowling of Sam Jen-
Tom McQualter (37 including four
fours and a six) and Warren Williams
(50 including four fours and five six-
es) continued to attack the bowling.
Captain Kit Rotthier put the fin-
ishing touches on the innings with
a brilliant 62 not out including six
fours and four sixes, as the Sting-
rays reached 9/300 at the end of 75
Peter Dell was the pick of the OMK
bowlers with 2/73 off 22 overs in-
cluding seven maidens.
Wonthaggi Club is on track for an
easy win over Kilcunda-Bass after
bowling the Sharks out for 125 at
The Club bowlers were ruthless
and shared the wickets around, with
Ryan Thomas, Jakeb Thomas and
Ryan Birkett snaring two wickets
Mark McCall cleaned up the tail
with 3/12 off four overs as the home
side was bowled out in the 50th over.
John Bastwrous top scored for the
Sharks with 34.
Club batted 26 overs in reply and
reached 4/101 at stumps, led by Sam
Huitema (30 including six fours) and
Koby Brann (22 not out).
Andrew Donohue picked up 2/17
off eight overs for the Sharks.
Amila Ratnaike’s 75 helped Leon-
gatha Town reach a solid total of 234
against Phillip Island at Scorpion
Ratnaike hit five fours and three
sixes and was well supported by
Matt Borschman (34 including seven
fours), Matt Smith (32) and Scott
Charith Keerthisinghe toiled for
the Island with 4/74 off 30 overs in-
cluding eight maidens.
The Sharks faced six overs to end
the day and Matt Dennerley was
trapped LBW by Madura Weerasing-
he in the final over of the day to see
the Island resume at 1/13 this week.
A1 results: Town 234 (A Ratnaike
75 M Borschman 34 M Smith 32 S
Browne 30 C Keerthisinghe 4/74
JR Keating 2/25) v Phillip Island
1/13 at Scorpion Park Turf.
Kilcunda-Bass 125 (J Bastwrous
34 M McCall 3/12 R Birkett 2/13 J
Thomas 2/23 RG Thomas 2/43) v
Club 4/101 (S Huitema 30 A Dono-
hue 2/17) at Bass Recreation Re-
serve No 1.
OMK v Inverloch 9/300 (B Debo-
no 85 K Rotthier 63* W Williams
50 W Taberner 38 T McQualter
37 N Auddino 2/57 PJ Dell 2/73
S Jenkins 2/75) at Outtrim Recre-
Korumburra 2/62 (P Edwards
27) v Nerrena 122 (G Murphy 49*
J Trease 33 L Zanchetta 5/41 D
Wyhoon 3/23 S Dole 2/20) at Ko-
• A Grade Division 2
BOWLERS have dominated the
contest between Poowong-Loch and
Meeniyan so far, with 15 wickets fall-
ing on day one of A Grade Division 1
Poowong-Loch lasted 52 overs be-
fore being bundled out for 126, with
Darien Mathews the key with 3/18 off
11 overs including six maidens.
Michael Patching also bowled well
with 2/14 off 10 overs including eight
Adam Fisher top scored for
Poowong-Loch with 47 including sev-
But the Poowong-Loch bowlers
turned the tables on the Demons, to
have the home side in trouble at 5/30
off 23 overs.
Al Jenkins bowled experienced
opener Gary Webster for two and
Matt Loader had Darien Mathews
caught for one to leave the Demons
reeling at 2/4.
The onslaught continued with
Loader removing Nick Eddy and Matt
Olden and Jordan Poynton taking
Tim Harris’ wicket at 5/10.
Joel Sinclair (10 not out) and Cam
Olden (nine not out) regrouped and
will be the key to the home side’s
chances this week.
Loader finished with 3/4 off six
overs including two maidens.
Paul Palmer’s 77 has seen Glen
Alvie post a defendable total of 237
against Foster at Butch West Oval.
Palmer combined with John Reid
(52) for a 125-run partnership for the
fourth wicket before he was eventu-
ally caught after hitting 11 fours.
Daniel Hales put the finishing
touches on the innings with 44 in-
cluding five fours.
Harvey Griggs bowled well all day,
picking up 4/65 off 29 overs includ-
ing nine maidens.
Imperials have the upper hand over
Koonwarra-Leongatha RSL at Leon-
gatha Turf after an eventful 13 overs
to end day one.
Imperials batted first and were
bowled out for 199, led by Jack Gin-
nane’s 72 and Rowen McLennan’s 43.
Jason Kennedy was the pick of
the Cougar bowlers with 3/28 off 13
overs and Kevin Thorne snared 3/43
off eight overs.
But Imperials came out firing to
end the day, reducing the Cougars to
4/25 after 13 overs.
Luke Rogers was the destroyer with
3/8 off five overs including two maid-
A2 results: MDU 5/30 (M Loader
3/4) v Poowong-Loch 126 (A Fisher
47 A Bardwell 26 DA Mathews 3/18
M Patching 2/14 M Cantwell 2/20)
Glen Alvie 8/237 (P Palmer 77 JA
Reid 52 D Hales 44 H Griggs 4/65 G
Tanner 2/29) v Foster at Butch West
Koonwarra L/RSL 4/25 (L Rogers
3/8) v Imperials 199 (J Ginnane 72
RK McLennan 43 J Kennedy 3/28
K Thorne 3/43 N Arnup 2/29) at Le-
Wonthaggi Miners – bye.
Zanchetta crushes Nerrena
Wickets tumble at Meeniyan
Koonwarra-Leongatha RSL’s Jason Kennedy took three quick wickets to have the Imperials on the ropes be-
fore Jack Ginnane led the Imps’ recovery. N041017
Phillip Island’s Matthew Dennerley sends one down to Leongatha Town’s
Amila Ratnaike at Scopion Park on Saturday. N081017
Leongatha Town’s Matt Borschman defends solidly agianst the spin
of Phillip Island’s Darcy Johnston in the A1 match at Scorpion Park.
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