Glenda Hall Shield T20 Competition – Rd 1
Tuggeranong won the toss and elected to bowl first at Kaleen Oval and Wests quickly set about posting a strong total. Cherie Taylor was the stand-out, batting through the innings to score 44no off 49 balls. Tuggeranong’s Victoria King ensured the score was kept in check with a tight spell of 1/14 off 4 overs. Western District scored 3/110 at the end of the 20 overs. King (24) and Captain Jamie Kneebone (28) got Tuggeranong off to the perfect start that paved the way for Megan Mayoh (34no off 49 balls) to ease the team to victory. The bowling honours for Wests went to Captain April Wells (1/9 off three overs).
Tuggeranong Valley won by 8 wickets
Weston Creek won the toss and went in to bat first, with the top and middle order working hard to post a total. Monica Gair scored 25 runs off 35 balls and Clare Levings made 21 off 22. North’s Emma Waters bowled superbly to capture the amazing figures of 4/9 off 3.2 overs. Creek ended up with a score of all out for 91. Norths’ opener Catherine McGregor proved the anchor of the run chase, finishing on 35no runs off 45 balls. Creek’s Shelly-Louise Chattin bowled extremely well to take 3/11 off four overs but Norths’ took victory with 4 overs remaining.
North Canberra-Gungahlin won by 5 wickets.
Ginninderra won the toss and elected to bat first, but was restricted to a score of 70 runs by a disciplined Eastlake attack. In reply, Eastlake were able to chase down the total within 11 overs with plenty of wickets in hand.