The match between Lindisfarne and Greater Northern saw a first-class batting performance by Charlie Wakim, scoring an unbeaten 165no (150 balls, 14 fours and 5 sixes), whilst Macalister Wright and Keegan Oates were also impressive with the bat, both notching up half centuries to help take Lindisfarne’s total to 5/305 off 48 overs.
James Beattie and Anish Paraam were the Raider’s best with the ball, with Beattie taking 1/56 and achieving two maidens, whilst Paraam took 2/53.
Four wickets fell early for Greater Northern, before Lachlan Newland and Rhys French looked to settle things at the crease but were dismissed for 23 and 15 runs respectively.
Lindisfarne’s Jarrod Freeman impressed in the field and with the ball, taking two catches and taking 2/10 off four overs.
Macalister Wright and Nathan Ellis also took two wickets, whilst Anthony Marr, Daniel Chapman, Matthew Wilkie all claimed one wicket.
Lindisfarne dismissed Greater Northern for 91 runs off 25.5 overs, running out to a convincing 214 run victory.
New Town hosted Kingborough at New Town Oval, where Kingborough won the toss and elected to bat first.
Gurinder Sandhu was most impressive with the bat, scoring 91 runs, whilst solid contributions came from Trent Keep and Jason Shelton scoring 57 and 33 runs respectively.
Tawanda Mupariwa was New Town’s best with the ball, taking 3/47 off his ten overs, whilst Thomas Pybus was economical taking 1/13 off six, featuring one maiden.
In a rain reduced match, Kingborough set New Town the task of chasing 228 for victory from 46 overs.
New Town’s Mitchell Owen came to the crease after four early wickets and scored a run a ball 70, before being bowled by Declan West.
Following up an impressive innings with the bat, Gurinder Sandhu impressed with the ball too, taking 4/17 off 8.2 overs with two maiden overs.
Thomas Martyn and Declan West were also economical with the ball, helping Kingborough to defeat New Town by 42 runs.
North Hobart won the toss and elected to bat first in their match against Clarence at Kangaroo Bay.
Nicholas Davis was unbeaten on 52no, whilst Tom Rogers contributed 30 runs before being dismissed by Ryan Borsboom. Clarence bowlers were all economical, with eight maidens between them, and Isaac Salter and Borsboom both with figures of 2/22. In another match that was reduced to rain, North Hobart finished on 6/136 from 48 overs.
In reply, Daniel Salpietro was a stand out for Clarence with the bat, scoring an unbeaten 80no off 112 balls, featuring eight boundaries.
North Hobart’s Ben Fraser dismissed Harry Allenby for five runs and a run out by Robb Macmillan saw Wade Irvine depart for eight, but Clarence’s Michael Jones and Salpietro’s 85 run partnership helped steer the Roo’s to a six-wicket win.
Other notable batting performances were seen on the weekend in the Under 15 One-Day competition, with William Simaan scoring 98* for Lindisfarne against Brighton, and Clarence’s Jack Richardson scoring 64 runs against North Hobart.