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MDCC Round 4 Wrap 31/10/15 – 7/11/15


D6’s 31/10/15

Playing team CBCB in their 4th game our guys got off to a good start after winning the toss and managed to get a good total batting first of 6 for 179. Continuing their good run.

Best with Bat: LC Stoodley (95), Blake Armson (32) & Drew Sellers (22)

Our bowlers came up against a strong batting side and unfortunately the run chase was a successful one giving our D6’s their first loss of the season. The CBCB side finished 4 for 183 off 32.3 overs.

Best with Ball: Greg Sellers (1-18), Drew Sellers (1-18), Ryan Stoodley (1-23) & Nicholas Stanbridge (1-45).


D6’s 7/11/15

Coming up against Kotara this week our D6 side lost the toss and had to bowl first. Kotara where able to bat out the 35 overs and get a competitive total against our guys finishing 6 for 213.

Best with Ball: Nicholas Stanbridge (2-19) & Greg Sellers (2-49).

A fight back was started by guys and Luke Stoodley was able to bat out the innings scoring a century, but unfortunately the run rate fell just short and at the end of our 35 overs the guys finished 4 for 178.

Best with Bat: Luke Stoodley (116*) & Cadel Leeson (23).


D4’s 31/10/15

Our D4’s came up against Hamilton-Wickham this round and after winning the toss and electing to bat the guys came up against some good bowling. Our batters made sure they were able to bat out all their allotted overs and finished 7 for 129.

Best with Bat: Robert Pollock (54*) & Devasenapathy Sambanthamoorthy (21).

Our guys showed the importance of fighting to the end and batting out there overs as when it came time for them to bowl they were on song and Hamilton-Wickham just never got going our boys managed to get their first win after bowling their opposition out for just 55 runs.

Best with Ball: Ross Morgan (4-7), Robert Pollock (3-14) & Daniel Cannizzo (2-15).


D4’s 7/11/15

Playing Waratah Mayfield our D4’s won the toss and elected to bat. The going was tough as our guys could only manage to get a total of 95 before being bowled out in the 34th over.

Best with Bat: Steven Hunt (37)

When it came time to bowl our lads had no luck as Waratah won by 10 wickets finishing 0 for 102 in 18 overs.

Best with Ball: N/A


A Grade (Managers Report) 31/10/15

Merewether won the toss and batted on a seamer friendly wicket batting the 40 overs to finish with 9/121 with Darren Cousins 27, Rohan Davis 23,Vibushna Lingaballa 19 ,getting the majority of the runs.

Merewether’s bowling attack once again did an great job in rolling Cricketers Arms for 58 with Chad White 4/11 leading the way and Dylan Stuart supporting Chad with 3/19.


A Grade (Managers Report) 7/11/15

Merewether got sent in on a very soft and wet wicket and could only manage to bat 25 overs to score 103 runs with Ben Woolley top scoring with 31 followed by Craig Plain with 21.

The boys new with the form our bowlers were in we were still in with a fighting chance of rolling Kotara cheaply and that's what they did bowling Kotara out for 61.Wickets today went to Adam Britt 4/10 and Luke Miller 3/13.


4th Grade

Day 1:

Taking on Hamilton-Wickham our 4th graders had their first home game for the season. Our skipper won the toss and elected to bat first and after a good start our batters managed to get a competitive total of 184 off 54.4 overs.

Best with Bat: Justin Hales (55), Neil Goffet (43) and Mark Forster (42).

Having 15 overs still to be bowled in the day our bowlers kept thing tight and Hamilton-Wickham finished 2 for 38.

Best with Ball: Terry O’Brien (2-10).


Day 2:

Washed Out finishing the game with a draw.


3rd Grade

Day 1:

With Passmore Oval being out of action our 3rd graders got to visit Thomas Armstrong Oval. After looking at the pitch at the toss our skipper elected to bat first. Throughout the day the pitch did show a few demons but one batter who showed he wasn’t worried by it was Jake Miller who managed to lose 4 balls into the trees straight down the ground and causing the Ham-Wicks skipper trouble in just replacing the balls. After some great knocks a declaration was called after 50 overs where bowled. And we managed a total of 9 for 231.

Best with Bat: Jake Miller (113), Pat O’Neill (40) & Daryl Daniels (37).

With 20 overs to bowl our bowlers started well and gave very few lose balls for the Ham-Wicks batters. At the end of the day we managed to have Hamilton 3 for 71.

Best with Ball: Mitch Piller (2-33)


Day 2:

Washed Out finishing the game with a draw.


2nd Grade

Day 1:

2nd Grade had a loss at the toss for their first home game of the season and were sent out to bowl first. Our bowlers did a great job with regularly picking up wickets and not allowing to many partnerships to get away with the odd batter showing some fight our guys were able to bowl out Ham-Wicks for 169 after 66.2 overs.

Best with Ball: Daniel Andrews (2-15) Rhys Fallavollita (2-15), Carl Bolte (2-17) & Jono Dunn (2-27).

With 13 overs to bat our batters ended on 2 for 22. With Carl Bolte and Mitch Morgan both 4 not out at the end of the days play.


Day 2:

Washed Out finishing the game with a draw.  


1st Grade

Day 1:

First Grade played away at Hawkins Oval vs Hamilton-Wickham and our skipper won the toss and elected to bat. It was a hard fought day between the two sides as the spectators at the ground got to witness some quality cricket. Continuing his great start to the season our skipper lead the was batting the best part of 90 overs and brought up another century only to be caught and bowled on the last ball of the day. The boundaries where few as the size of the oval saw many a ball pull up very close to the fence making it a day for running between the wickets.

At the end of the day our guys managed a total of 9 for 302.

Best with bat: Simon Moore (139), Hamish Bartlett (52) & Steve Baker (32).


Day 2:

Washed Out finishing the game with a draw.


Under 21 Competition Pool A Round 1 - Sun 1 Nov 2015

First round of the under 21’s compertion saw our guys go up against last years competition winners Wallsend. Winning the toss our skipper elected to bat but a disappointing batting result saw our young guys bowled out for 61 of 30 overs.

Best with Bat: (stats to come)

The total just did not pose a problem for the strong Wallsend side as they passed the total losing only 1 wicket in 10.2 overs. Finishing 1 for 64.

Best with Ball: (stats to come)