University def Glenorchy
Glenorchy were sent into bat first against University, where opening batters both fell for just one run apiece.
Charles Eastoe was a stand out for Glenorchy, making his maiden first grade century, notching up 100 runs.
Andrew Kealy tore through Glenorchy’s batting attack, claiming 7/64 off 27 overs. Ryan Lees chimed in with two wickets and Glenorchy were all out for 167.
In reply, Nuwan Kavinda was top scorer for Uni, with an unbeaten 60 runs.
Nick Grubb contributed 27 runs and the run chase was finished off by Tim Paine who made a quick fire unbeaten 37 from 19 balls. Uni won on first innings by seven wickets.
Kingborough def Lindisfarne
Kingborough hosted Lindisfarne at Twin Ovals, where Kingborough won the toss and sent Lindisfarne into bat.
Lindisfarne lost three wickets early at the hand of Tom Martyn (3/38) and Gurinder Sandhu (1/43), to be 3/3 after five overs.
Keegan Oates came to the crease and steadied the ship, scoring freely around the ground and finding the boundary 22 times on his way to 129 from 159 deliveries.
Kingborough’s Trent Keep claimed the wicket of Oates and went on to finish with figures of 2/15 off five overs. Lindisfarne were all out for 229 runs.
In reply, Trent Keep top scored for Kingborough, scoring 102 runs from 189 balls.
Alex Bevilaqua and Daniel Chapman both claimed two wickets, but the big score from Keep and an unbeaten 57 from Gurinder Sandhu helped secure victory for Kingborough.
North Hobart def New Town
North Hobart were sent into bat against New Town, where Jack White and Caleb Jewell posted a 206 run partnership.
Opening batter White scored his maiden first grade ton, with an impressive 119 runs, finding the boundary 15 times.
Jewell brought up 112 runs from 132 balls and the pairs' efforts went a long way in allowing North Hobart to declare on 7/300.
New Town’s top order collapsed in reply, with North Hobart’s bowling combination of Ben Fraser and Iain Carslile doing the damage to have the home side 4/7.
Some much needed resistance came from the middle order, with Hugh Williams (43) and young guns, Sam Wright (61) and Will Sartori (54) being strong contributors in the run chase.
North Hobart’s total proved too much for New Town, with North Hobart coming away 74 run victors.
SHSB def Clarence
SHSB hosted Clarence at Queenborough Oval, where SHSB won the toss and elected to bat.
SHSB put on a good team performance with the bat, with four batters reaching the half century mark, including Sean Willis (54), Caleb Oakes (64), Simon Milenko (55) and Hamish Kingston (66).
Harry Allanby claimed 5/103 for the Roos', and after 124 overs SHSB were all out and set the target of 354 runs for victory.
William Christian (3/40), Hamish Kingston (2/24) and Simon Milenko (3/19) made things difficult for the Clarence batters, restricting scoring ability and combining to take 8 wickets to have the visitors 8/75.
Clarence bowlers were the top scorers with the bat, with Sam Rainbird making an unbeaten 50, and Lawrence Neil-Smith scoring 31 runs.
Clarence could only manage 163 runs in reply, to have SHSB win on first innings.