In a round which was heavily disrupted by rain, the match between Clarence and University managed to see out the entire game with no delays. Clarence won the toss and elected to bat first, where Maddison Brooks was the best with the bat, scoring a run-a-ball 29 before being bowled by Louise Maddock.
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In difficult bowling conditions, University’s Dharshia Srinivas took 3/26, whilst Zoe Lowry was economical with the ball, going for 11 runs off three overs.
At the end of their 20 overs, Clarence set University the task of chasing 120 runs for victory.
Katelyn Fryett helped University in their run chase, scoring 29 runs from 16 deliveries, featuring two boundaries.
Following up a good performance with the bat, Maddison Brooks impressed in the field and with the ball; taking two catches, two run outs and one wicket to help Clarence to a 22-run victory.
At KGV Oval, Glenorchy took on New Town where the home team won the toss and elected to bat first.
Thomasa Corrie came into bat at number four, and scored an unbeaten 27 runs off 26 deliveries, featuring two fours.
Amy Smith was most impressive with the ball for New Town, taking 1/3 off 3 overs, featuring one maiden over.
Economical bowling from Emily Mifsud and Grace Molnar also helped limit Glenorchy’s scoring capacity and at the 18 over mark, covers were brought on with Glenorchy at 5/72 at the close of innings.
Rain saw play stop for 45 minutes, before the covers were brought on and a revised target of 60 runs off 13 overs was set for New Town.
New Town required just 4.5 overs to reach the target, thanks to an explosive batting performance by Emily Mifsud. On her way to 47 runs off 24 deliveries,
Mifsud’s innings included seven fours and one maximum, helping New Town defeat Glenorchy by 10 wickets.
Greater Northern travelled to Kingston Twin Ovals to take on Kingborough, where the Knights won the toss and elected to bat first.
The Raiders captain Samantha Cotton dismissed both opening batters, whilst Ellie Mathews dismantled Kingborough’s middle order, finishing with impressive figures of 4/6 off four overs. In the 18th over, Kingborough were all out for 45 runs.
The wicket of Ianthe Boden for 6 didn’t deter fellow opener Courtney Webster from posting 28 runs off 23 deliveries, featuring five boundaries.
Webster’s performance helped Greatern Northern achieve a strong win, defeating Kingborough by nine wickets.
The Raiders then capped off a great day by defeating University in it’s second match of the day at University Oval.
In a rain affected match, the Greater Northern posted 5/122 from 19 overs, with Ianthe Boden (49) and Montana Bradley (39) top scoring for the Raiders.
In reply, University managed 62 from 12 overs, with the Raiders winning on Duckworth Lewis Stern by 21 runs
In other matches, some impressive bowling figures from North Hobart’s Grace Pullen, Kendylle Byers and Ella Marsh helped North Hobart defeat Brighton, while the match between South Hobart Sandy Bay and Lindisfarne was abandoned due to rain.