Tuggeranong took to the crease first with Megan Mayoh leading the attack making 43 runs off 31 balls, supported by fellow opener Victoria King on 25 runs. North Canberra’s Sarah Staples topped the score card for the bowling attack taking 2/8 off 4 overs, supported by Maddison McGarry taking 1/14 off 4 overs. Tuggeranong totalled 5/124 at the end of their 20 over campaign.
In reply, North Canberra-Gungahlin batted fiercely with Sarah Staples making a superb 50 runs, supported by Jessica Phillips making 36 runs. Tuggeranong bowled intensely to keep the run rate low with Tayah Hancock taking 1/16 off 4 overs and Victoria King taking 1/11 off 3 overs. North Canberra came up short by just four runs at the end of their allocated 20 overs totalling 3/120.
Tuggeranong Valley won by 4 runs.
Ginninderra batted first and totalled 5/117 at the end of their 20 overs with Aimee Harris being the only player to score above 20 runs, making 37 not out.
In reply, Western District-UC struggled to find a rhythm with no player getting into double digits except for Grace Kuchlmayr making 20 runs. Ginninderra ensured the runs stayed low with Jessica Galeano taking an impressive 4/12 off 4 overs. West’s were bowled out for 68 runs after 18 overs.
Ginninderra won by 49 runs.
Eastlake took to the crease and achieved a total of 4/122 at the end of their 20 over campaign. Jade Allen topped the score card belting 46 not out off 27 balls, supported by captain Janet King making 42 runs. Weston Creek’s Amal Palekar led the bowling attack taking 2/16 off 4 overs, supported by Monica Gair taking 1/7 off 2 overs.
In reply, Weston Creek Molonglo batting determinately with Clare Levings making 53 runs off 40 balls, supported by Grace Lyons with 30 runs. Eastlake’s Elizabeth Edwards bowled superbly taking 3/19 off 4 overs, supported by Amy Wels taking 1/8 off 2 overs. In a heart stopping finish, Weston Creek fell agonisingly short totalling 8/121 at the end of their 20 overs.
Eastlake won by 1 run.
With only two rounds left of Glenda Hall Shield, Tuggeranong Valley are in the lead on 14 pts closely followed by Eastlake on 12 pts.
1st Tuggeranong Valley 14 pts
2nd Eastlake 12 pts
3rd Weston Creek Molonglo 8 pts
4th Western District-UC 5 pts
5th North Canberra-Gungahlin 5 pts
6th Ginninderra 2 pts