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• B Grade, Division 2
FOSTER have got off to a dream start against
the Leongatha Imperials in B grade division two
blasting 300 runs off just 50 overs.
Daniel O’Keffe 139 and Jake Pilkington 98
put on a 237 run partnership as the Tigers de-
clared at 5/300 off 50 overs.
Ricky O’Loughlin picked four of the five wick-
ets with figures of 4/91 for the Imps.
With 20 overs to bat, the Imps finished 3/75
with opener Chiranjib staying strong at 37 not
Paul Jervies claimed 3/25 off six overs for the
Tigers as they look to finish the job next week.
Korumburra got off to a great start against
Glen Alvie, bowling them out for just 111.
Jay Tiziani top scored for the Alvie with 38
while Shayne Harland 4/15 and Michael Patch-
ing 3/21 did the damage for the Cobras who
looked to be in the box seat.
However a couple of late wickets to Glen Al-
vie’s Jay Thorn 2/11 and one to Daniel Gilbert
1/5 has left the Cobras 3/55 in a precarious po-
A five wicket haul to Scott Head has seen
Poowong Loch bowl the Wonthaggi Miners out
for just 141.
Head finished with figures of 5/36 and along
with Matt Allen’s 4/48 the Miners were swiftly
bowled out in the 49th over.
Rohan Todd top scored for the Miners with
39 on a lacklustre batting card.
Poowong then batted the remaining 20 overs
and finished 2/67 with Trevor Allen and Brad
Hall the not out batsmen.
OMK CRICKET Club honoured one of
their greats by officially opening the Gary
Adams scoreboard at the Outtrim Recre-
ation Reserve recently.
It was named in honour of his hard
work, commitment and achievements to
the OMK Cricket Club and the Leongatha
and District Cricket Association.
A champion of the OMK Cricket Club,
Gary played 460 games, winning six pre-
mierships and a mountain of Cricketer
of the Year awards across A, B and C
A committee member for 33 years and
a life member of the club, Gary was hon-
oured to be recognised for all the work he
has put in over the years.
RIGHT: Flanked by his family, Gary
Adams stands in front of the electronic
scoreboard that is now named in his
honour at the Outtrim Recreation Re-
• C Grade, Division 1
NERRENA’s Steve Martin has led the way with a
phenomenal century against Inverloch as the Red
Caps finished 3/262 declared in C grade division
Martin scored 110 and figured heavily in a 208
run partnership with Brian Gannon who scored 83.
After declaring with nine overs in hand, Inver-
loch were left shocked when Ben Croatto bowled
two overs and snagging 2/0 leaving the Stingrays
Korumburra have posted another big score this
time against Leongatha Town.
The Cobras finishing 7/283 with Ian Riddell the
highest run getter with 94.
Contributions came across the board with all
batsmen getting close to 20 runs.
Jay Lindsay was the best bowler for Town claim-
ing 2/54 off six overs.
OMK also put up a solid first innings total
against MDU finishing at 7/258.
James Paterson the top scorer with 79 with help
from Sam Matthews 38 and Murray Gow 31.
For the Demons it was Jai Bright who was the
only multiple wicket taker, claiming 2/5 off two
Wonthaggi Club were able to regain the momen-
tum after a shaky start against Phillip Island.
Batting first, Club were bowled out for 149 with
Mat Cadwallender 51 and Shaun Tessari 29 the
top run getters.
For the Sharks it was Pete Cleary 3/34 and John
Johnston 3/23 who did the damage with the ball.
In reply Club managed to claim 3 wickets off the
remaining overs with Mark Dobbie 2/14 and Kevin
Mclean 1/14 getting it done.
Wonthaggi Miners’ batsman Frank Andrighetto scored 37 runs on Saturday against
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Foster blast quick runs Phillip Island’s Josh Excell bowled three
overs at the Wonthaggi Secondary College in
Club batsman Shaun Tessari scored 29 runs in the first innings against Phillip Island on
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Adams a legend of OMK
• C Grade, Division 2
OMK have already got the points against Kil-
cunda Bass in C grade division two bowling the
Sharks out for just 105.
The wickets were shared around between
Mitchell Rowe 2/11, Tom Bye 2/12 and Danny
Darcy Clay was the top run getter for the
Sharks with 41 in an otherwise disappointing
The diggers chased down the runs in the re-
maining 24 overs with Elford top scoring with
Finishing 5/113 OMK will be looking for a po-
tential outright win next week.
Phillip Island have put up a solid first innings
total of 9/255 against Koonwarra Leongatha/RSL.
Daniel McCausland top scored with 57 while
the Koony bowlers played their part bowling an
astonishing 46 extras.
Adam Drury was the pick of the Cougar bowl-
ers with 2/50 off 16 overs.
Poowong Loch have finished 7/194 against
Glen Alvie thanks a top knock of 70 from opener
A handy 48 in the middle order from Brady
Nicholls helped steer Poowong to a defendable
total despite some terrific bowling from the Al-
vie’s Tom Otton who finished with 4/18 off his
Wonthaggi Club have also put up a defendable
total againt Korumburra finishing all out for 190
off the full 60 overs.
Rob Geyer 52 and young gun Stewie Beaumont
45 were the top run getters for Club who looked
good for a big total.
But some quick wickets late in the day to Sam
Hall 3/56 and Jaxon Checkley 2/25 pulled the
Diggers win in a day
WONTHAGGI athletes enjoyed mild conditions
for the first day of competition at Wonthaggi Little
Athletics after the school holidays. Amelia Fletcher
scored four PBs for the day, the most of any athlete
A reminder that there is no meet on the weekend
of the February 17 and 18 as many athletes will be
participating in the Gippsland Regional competi-
tion at Berwick.
U9G Amelia FLetcher achieved four personal
bests last week, in the Triple Jump, 60m Hurdles,
Discus and 700m.
The following athletes achieved three personal
U6B: Bailey Whitehead, Turbo Javelin, 60m
U9B: Olivia Holmes, Triple Jump, Discus,
U11G: Lara Smyth, 800m, Javelin, Long Jump;
Baia Pugh, Javelin, Long Jump, 60m Hurdles.
U14B: Tyler Butcher, Shot Put, High Jump,
Wonthaggi Little Athletics
Bodhi Mercer (U8B) shows off his scissor
technique in the high jump at last week’s
Wonthaggi Little Athletics.
Jacob Timmermans throws the shot put
in the Wonthaggi Little Athletics U14 Boys
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