Western District-UC v North Canberra-Gungahlin

Western District-UC batted first and compiled 3/138 from their 20 overs. Cherie Taylor made a terrific 60 and was well supported by youngster Grace Kuchlmayr who made an impressive 29. Jill Sheppard continued her good season with the ball taking 2/25 off her 4 overs. Norths started their chase badly slumping to 3/22. Rachel Carroll started the fightback with 23 and captain Madison McGarry fought hard for 19 not out. However, the total proved out of reach as North’s innings concluded at 6/89.

West’s won by 49 runs.

Weston Creek Molonglo v Ginninderra

Ginninderra batted first and compiled 4/111 at the end of their 20 overs at the crease. Their innings was highlighted by a superb 63 not out by Caitlin Galeano. Young Weston Creek Molonglo rising star Amal Palekar led the bowling attack taking 2/20, supported by Monica Gair taking 1/16 off 4 overs.

In reply, Weston Creek Molonglo’s openers Clare Levings and Jodie Davis launched an assault on Ginninderra creating a 79-run partnership before Clare Levings was stumped for 39 off just 35 balls. Davis finished on 38 not out off 50 balls as the home side reached their target in 16.5 overs for the loss of only 1 wicket.

Weston Creek Molonglo won by 9 wickets.

Eastlake v Tuggeranong Valley

Tuggeranong Valley took to the crease first and opened strongly with captain Jamie Kneebone topping the score card making 29 runs, supported by Megan Mayoh making 23 runs off 23 balls. Victoria King also contributed a whirlwind 19 off 14 balls at the top of the order. Eastlake’s Elizabeth Edwards led the bowling attack with 2/16 off 4 overs, with Janet King in support taking 2/27. Tuggeranong totalled 5/109 at the end of their 20 over allotment.

In reply, Eastlake got off to a terrible start, plummeting to 4/11. Despite some steady partnerships thereafter, some extremely tight bowling by Tuggeranong never allowed the innings to prosper. Young Elizabeth Edwards showed great determination to bat though the innings for 17 not out and keeper Sarah Morey contributed 10 to the score. Tuggeranong’s Victoria King ensured the run rate remained low with a miserly 2/7 after 4 overs, supported by Rebecca Kidd taking 2/14 off 4 overs. Eastlake only managed 7/81 at the end of their 20 overs.

Tuggeranong Valley won by 28 runs.