Western District-UC v Eastlake

Western District took to the crease first with Cherie Taylor leading the charge with an impressive 52 runs, supported Claire Russell making 21 not out. Eastlake’s Elizabeth Edwards limited the runs made taking 1/21 off 4 overs, with the support of Chloe Rosenbaum 1/13 off 2 overs. West’s totalled 2/110 at the end of their 20 over campaign.

In reply, Eastlake’s Jade Allen led the charge making 33 not out, supported by Julie King making 28 runs off 23 balls. West’s Grace Kuchlmayr attempted to keep the run rate low taking 1/14 off 3 overs, with Stacey Goode taking 1/14 off 2 overs in support. Eastlake however achieved their target, totalling 2/111 after 17.5 overs.

Eastlake won by 8 wickets.

Weston Creek Molonglo v Tuggeranong Valley

Tuggeranong Valley batted first and reached a total of 3/173 at the end of their 20 overs. Victoria King led the charge for Tuggeranong belting out an impressive 78 runs off 34 balls, supported by Megan Mayoh making 40 runs off 30 balls. Weston Creek’s Jamie-Lee Pedrana led the bowling attack taking 1/5.

Weston Creek Molonglo replied fiercely with Grace Lyons making 59 runs off 44 balls, supported by Clare Levings making 36 runs off 30 balls. Tuggeranong’s Kirsty Reaks ensured the run chase was limited taking 2/34 off 4 overs, supported by Meg Woodberry taking 0/10 off 4 overs. Weston Creek Molonglo fell disappointingly short only achieving 4/149 at the end of their 20 over chase.

Tuggeranong Valley won by 24 runs.

Ginninderra v North Canberra-Gungahlin

Ginninderra took to the crease first with Aimee Harris belting out more than half of the total score and finishing the innings on an impressive 78 not out. North’s Sarah Staples attempting to reduce any runs made taking 1/23 off 4 overs. Ginninderra reached 1/140 at the end of their 20 overs.

In reply, North Canberra struggled to create any rhythm with no batter achieving over 20 runs. Captain Aimee Slocombe led the batting order making 16 runs, while Ginninderra’s Jessica Galeano led the bowling attack taking 3/7 off 4 overs, supported by Mary Waters taking 2/12 off 4 overs. Unfortunately, the batting order was bowled out for a disappointing 65 runs at the end of the 19th over.

Ginninderra won by 75 runs.