Weston Creek took to the crease first and totalled 109 runs off 16.4 overs. Weston Creek’s Clare Levings led the team with a punishing 33 runs off 21 balls supported by Monica Gair with 18 not out off 12 balls.
In reply, Tuggeranong Valley batted fiercely and totalled 2/110 in 14 overs. Levings was the most successful bowler taking 1/29 off 4 overs.
Tuggeranong Valley won by 8 wickets.
Ginninderra batted first and compiled 4/86 at the end of their 20 overs. Ginninderra’s captain Mary Waters compiled over half of the team’s runs making 45 before being caught out.
North Canberra-Gungahlin replied strongly compiled 6/90 and achieved victory with 4 balls to spare. Ginninderra’s Jessica Galeano led the bowling force taking 3/8 off 4 overs.
North Canberra-Gungahlin won by 4 wickets.
Western District-UC faced the crease first with both opening batters remaining for the duration of the 20 overs totalling 0/118. Captain April Wells led the charge with 76 runs off 76 balls, and partner Grace Kuchlmayr making 18 runs. Eastlake’s Janet King, Jade Allen and Sophie Jung all bowled four overs taking 0/14, 0/17 and 0/18 respectively to limit the run rate of West's.
In reply, Eastlake’s Ellie Hicks led the attack with a brilliant 61 runs off 39 balls, supported by Elizabeth Edwards making 32 runs. Western District-UC’s bowling attack attempted to limit the run count with Chloe McGann taking the only wicket for West's. Eastlake reached their target totalling 1/120 in 17.2 overs.
Eastlake won by 9 wickets.
After 4 rounds of the Glenda Hall Shield the ladder shows Eastlake and Tuggeranong both ahead on six points.
1st - Eastlake 6 pts
2nd - Tuggeranong Valley 6 pts
3rd - North Canberra-Gungahlin 5 pts
4th - Western District-UC 3 pts
5th - Weston Creek Molonglo 2 pts
6th - Ginninderra 0 pts