Tuggeranong Valley v Western District-UC

Western District-UC faced the crease first, batting well and totalling 3/96 at the end of their 20 overs. West’s Grace Kuchlmayr topped the score sheet with 24 runs. Tuggeranong’s Elizabeth Coper-Jones topped the bowling order taking 1/13 after 4 overs, supported by Meg Woodberry taking 1/15 after 3 overs.

Tuggeranong Valley replied strongly with Victoria King making an outstanding 59 runs off 35 balls, supported by Megan Mayoh making 17 runs not out. West’s Lucy Hanrahan attempted to keep the run rate low taking 1/18 off 3 overs, unfortunately Tuggeranong were able to acquire their target in 11.3 overs totalling 2/98.

Tuggeranong Valley won by 8 wickets.

North Canberra-Gungahlin v Weston Creek Molonglo

North Canberra-Gungahlin batted first, totalling 3/101 after their full 20 overs. Weston Creek’s Amal Palekar took 1/10 off 4 overs.

Weston Creek Molonglo replied strongly with Grace Lyons making an impressive 47 runs off 45 balls, supported by Clare Levings making 27 runs off 23 balls. Weston Creek made their target in 17.1 overs, totalling 2/102.

Weston Creek Molonglo won by 8 wickets.

Ginninderra v Eastlake

Ginninderra took to the crease first but struggled to create an effective rhythm with Sophie Gould being the only player to crack double digits making 17 runs. The fierce intensity of the Eastlake bowling force including Jade Allen taking a stunning 5/5 off 4 overs, supported by Fleta Page taking 2/11 off 4 overs. Ginninderra totalled 8/62 at the end of their 20 overs.

In reply, Eastlake had similar problems on a bowler’s pitch with Jade Allen being the only player to break the single digit score card making 13 not out. Ginninderra’s Sophie Gould led the way for the bowling attack taking 3/10 off 4 overs, supported by Jessica Galeano taking 1/11 off 4 overs. Even after the low scoring top order, Eastlake managed to secure the win totalling 7/66 after 17 overs.

Eastlake won by 3 wickets.