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Results from Central SA Cricket

Northern Areas Cricket A Grade

Spalding/Booborowie v Booleroo/Willowie

Wilmington/Melrose v Orroroo

Bundaleer v Belalie Mannanarie

Pekina/Carrieton v Burra

All Matches were abandoned due to bad weather.

Rocky River Cricket Association A Grade

Laura v Crystal Brook

Redhill v Georgetown

All Matches were abandoned due to bad weather.

Stanley Cricket Association A1

At Watervale Oval, Lower North was sent into bat by the hosts who would quickly regret their decision. An opening stand of 72 was broken when Marshall fell for a quickfire 42. This brought the McPharlin's together with Ryan joining Todd at the crease.

The pair proceeded to smash the Watervale bowling to all parts, putting on 117 for the second wicket before Todd was dismissed for a well made 52. Ryan continued to dispatch the Watervale attack, cracking 9 fours and 7 sixes on his way to a magnificent 121 from just 86 balls. Lower North finished their 45 overs with an imposing total of 9 for 311.

Watervale was near in the hunt to chase down the target and were bowled out for just 95 in the 34th over. Jeff Cook top-scored with 24 for Watervale with Sam Agnew best with the ball for Lower north finishing with the figures of 3 for 3 from 3.3 overs.

At Clare Oval, the hosts won the toss and sent Auburn Mintaro in to bat first. (No other results yet)

At Brinkworth Oval, the visiting Blyth/Kybunga won the toss and chose to bat first. They finished their 45 overs at 7 for 203 with opener William Pratt top-scoring with 69. Draper was best with the ball for Brinkworth/Koolunga finishing the innings with figures of 3 for 27.

In reply, Brinkworth/Koolunga lost two early wickets and fell behind the required run rate. Despite a fighting 58 from opener Kane Steele, the home side continued losing wickets at regular intervals and was eventually bowled out for 186 with 9 balls to spare. Lachlan Eime was the hero for Blyth/Kybunga, taking 3 wickets in just 9 balls bowled.

Lower Yorke Peninsula Cricket

At Stansbury Oval, the home side won the toss and elected to bat first against Yorketown. Zach Bertoldi (82) and Adam Pitt (80) combined for a 123 partnership for the second wicket to help set up a big total of 8 for 218. Prichard was the best with the ball for Yorketown finishing with figures for 4 for 39.

In reply, Yorketown was bowled out for just 104 in the 34th over. Matt Drewer top-scored for Yorketwon with 33 while best with the ball for Stansbury was Mitch Ryan who took 3 for 12 from just 3,2 overs.

At Sunbury Oval, the home side was sent in to bat first by Eastern Districts. Willams (45) and Jacob Gutsche (53) were the only batters to make it into double figures with the home team restricted to 8 for 112.

In reply, Eastern Districts set about reaching the target quickly. Ned Watters basted 46 from just 32 deliveries with Eastern Districts reaching the target in the 17th over, losing only 3 wickets.

At Warooka Oval, the home team welcomed the in form Corny Point to town. Warooka won the toss and batted first and was bowled out for just 113 in the 30th over. Sam Taheny top-scored with 45 for Warooka with Corny Point's Tim Kennedy best with the ball with figures of 4 for 12 from 5 overs.

In reply, Corny Point had a few minor wobbles in the run chase but reached the target in the 26th over just 5 wickets down. Trent Tattoli top-scored for Corny Point with 45 while Caleb Rivers was best with the ball for Warooka taking 2 for 31.

Minlaton v Maitland: No results available.

Yorke Peninsula Cricket A Grade

At Paskeville Oval, the home side took on Kadina who won the toss and elected to bat first. Kadina number 3 batter Matt Chapman blasted a brilliant 89 to help set up Kadina's total of 6 for 212 from their 40 overs.

In reply, Paskeville/Boors Plains was bowled out for 185 in the 37th over. Tristan Chenoweth and Ryan Plumb both took 3 wickets for Kadina.

Ardrossan v Wallaroo: No Results Available.

Barossa and Light Cricket A1 competition

Saturday saw day one of the third round of matches played in Barossa and Light A1 Cricket.

At Angaston Oval, the home side won the toss and batted first against the visiting Tanunda. Greg Bain was the star of the day for Angaston, belting 14 boundaries on his way to a magnificent 135 from just 171 deliveries. Angaston was eventually bowled out for 289 in the final over of the days play.

For Tanunda, Trent Goers toiled away with the ball for the majority of the day. He bowled 23 overs and finished with figures of 4 for 92. He was well supported by Dylan Abinett who finished with figures of 4 for 30 from 8.1 overs.

At Stockwell, Light Pass was sent into bat first after Lyndoch won the toss and elected to bowl. They struggled their way through most of the innings and were bowled out in the 67th over for just 145. Skipper Trae McArthur top-scored with 36 with Clarridge and Dalliston taking 3 wickets each for Lyndoch.

Lyndoch negotiated a difficult 5 over period before stumps with Nathan Goulding falling to the bowling Alex Crossley for a duck. Lyndoch will resume their first innings on Saturday at 1 for 2.

At Sandy Creek, the home side won the toss and elected to bat first against Nuriootpa. After losing two early wickets, Koch (65) and Zobel (45) steadied the innings with a partnership of 110 for the 3rd wicket.

Handtke came to the crease after the loss of Zobel and proceeded to smash the Nuri bowling to all parts. He remained unbeaten on 104 from just 89 deliveries at the end of the day's play with Sandy Creek in a commanding position at 6 for 279.

At Mallala Oval, South Gawler won the toss and elected to bowl first. Mallala opening batter Jake Birchmore defied the overcast conditions, seeing off the new ball before pummeling the South Gawler bowling.

Brichmore anchored the inning brilliantly to finish unbeaten on 154 from 213 deliveries. Mallala finished the first day at 6 for 294 with Burns (20*) the other, not out batter. Opening bowlers Gill and Bourke both finished with 2 wickets for South Gawler.

At Saddleworth, the visiting Greenock won the toss against Gilbert Valley and elected to bowl first. They made the most of the bowler-friendly conditions and had the home side in early trouble at 3 for 3. Gilbert Valley recovered somewhat but was eventually bowled out for a well below-par score of just 112. Norman (36) top-scored for Gilbert Valley the wickets shared between the 7 bowlers used by Greenock.

In reply, the Greenock batters also found early trouble with wickets continuing to tumble. Greenock finished the day's play at 3 for 47 in the 17th over with Hudson Noack (17*) and Ben Roennfeldt (9*) the not out batters at stumps.


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