Tuggeranong took to the crease first and ended their innings with a convincing 309 runs on the board. Craig Devoy shone the brightest from the lower order making an impressive 77 runs, supported by Tim Floros on 45 runs. Ginninderra’s Michael Ninneman led the bowling attack taking a superb 6/66 off 24.2 overs, supported by Nicholas Owen with 2/32 off 13 overs.
Ginninderra will start their first innings next week trailing by 309 runs.
Weston Creek batted first, with opener Robbie Trickett belting out a magnificent 226 not out, supported by Thomas Atallah making 126 runs. Trickett and Atallah had a partnership that would have appeared endless lasting for 266 runs, with Trickett then completing a 141-run partnership with Sam Taylor. Weston Creek’s captain John Rogers who had not even been called to the crease then decided to declare at the end of the 83rd over with the score card reading 3/447.
ANU have had a horror start to their chase of the huge total with both openers being bowled out for ducks. Owen Chivers currently leads the batting order making 19 not out, with Weston Creek’s Harry Medhurst leading the bowling attack taking 1/15 off 5 overs. Currently the score reads 2/36 after 10 overs at the crease for ANU.
ANU are trailing by 411 runs in the first innings with eight wickets remaining.
North Canberra-Gungahlin batted first but were unable to gain traction with the first 5 batters unable to break 10 runs, however Riain O’Sullivan saw a way past Eastlake’s attack making a career best 64 runs, supported by Joshua Low-McMahon making 39 runs. Eastlake’s bowling performance was topped by Nikhil Mathai continuing his excellent season taking 4/29 off 13 overs, supported by Nicholas Wood taking 2/25 off 10 overs. North Canberra were bowled out for 175 runs.
Eastlake began their campaign to claim the lead with Sam Gunning currently leading the score card on 38 not out, supported by Ahmed Inham on 23 runs. North’s Finlay McGurk has returned the best figures so far taking 1/10 off 6 overs, supported by Samuel Taylor taking 1/27 off 6 overs. Eastlake finished their first day with the score showing 2/87 after 29 overs.
Eastlake are trailing by 88 runs in the first innings with eight wickets remaining.
Western District took to the crease first and were bowled out for a total of 236 at the end of their 59.1 over campaign. Matthew Condon and Ethan Bartlett created an epic 159-run partnership before Condon was bowled out for an impressive 91 runs off 94 balls, with Bartlett also being bowled out later for 82 runs. Queanbeyan’s Michael Solway led the bowling attack taking an impressive 5/55 off 17 overs, supported by Tyler Van Luin taking 3/65 off 21 overs.
Queanbeyan started off their reply slowly before Dean Solway entered, making 67 not out. West’s Ethan Bartlett led the bowling attack taking 1/19 off 6 overs, supported by Brendan Duffy taking 1/29 off 8 overs. The score currently reads at 4/121 after 36 overs.
Queanbeyan are trailing by 115 runs in the first innings with six wickets remaining.