Day one score: Tuggeranong all out for 309
Ginninderra took to the crease looking to chase down their 310-run target to secure a first innings win, however a shaky start in wet conditions stalled the run chase with the first four wickets not breaking double digits. Ginninderra’s Michael Delaney and Bradley Thomas managed to create an effective partnership of 108 runs before Delaney was bowled out for 70 runs, with Thomas falling shortly after making 43 runs. Tuggeranong Valley’s Adrian Blacka led the bowling attack taking an impressive 3/17 off 8 overs, supported by Craig Devoy taking 3/63 off 15 overs. Ginninderra were not able to achieve totalling only 178 runs at the end of their campaign.
Tuggeranong Valley won by 131 runs after the first innings.
Day one score: Weston Creek Molonglo were declared at 3/447, ANU currently at 2/36 after 10 overs.
ANU’s Dan Leerdam resumed at the crease for day two with the target of 448 runs needing to be reached. Leerdam compiled a 127-run partnership with Scott Murn before Leerdam was bowled for 72 runs, with Murn falling minutes later for a competitive 83 runs. Weston Creek’s bowling was led by Djali Bloomfield who took a superb 5/76 off 16.2 overs, supported by Harry Medhurst taking 3/54 off 22 overs. ANU were bowled out for 235 runs, falling short of their target and handing the victory to Weston Creek.
Weston Creek Molonglo won by 212 runs after the first innings.
Day one scores: North Canberra-Gungahlin bowled out for 175, Eastlake currently 2/87 after 29 overs.
Eastlake return to the crease, trailing by 88 runs with Sam Gunning being the highest scorer of the day making 57 runs, supported by Nikhil Mathai making 42 runs. North Canberra’s Finlay McGurk bowled valiantly to reduce the run rate taking 4/41 off 10.4 overs, supported by Lachlan Whatmough taking 3/31 off 13 overs. The efforts of North Canberra were unsuccessful however with Eastlake compiling 193 at the end of their campaign.
North’s came out to bat in their second innings with Esam Rahman topping the score card at 28 not out, while Eastlake’s Praveen Mathai led the bowling attack taking 1/11 off 8 overs. With the score card showing 2/58, the match ended with no outright result possible late in the afternoon.
Eastlake won by 18 runs in the first innings.
Day one score: Western District-UC bowled out for 236, Queanbeyan currently at 4/121 in the first innings.
The game was abandoned for day 2 of the competition due to wet weather.
Western District-UC drew with Queanbeyan.