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Harry Moore Oval (Oval No. 1) 

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The Entrance3/156(dec) JK Hemming 70* A Hardy 28 L Gale 26  

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Warnervale7/196 B Russell 84* D Hill 40 B Sammut 27  M Shelley 2/40 L Diserens 2/80

Jubilee Park 

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The deluge which hit the Central Coast last week saw all but one CCCA 1st Grade match washed out over the weekend.

With the first of the seasons two days matches scheduled for the weekend, Jubilee Park was the only venue which saw action and it resulted in Warnervale recording its first win of the season with a three wicket win over defending premiers, The Entrance.

With day 1 on Saturday washed out, the new rules for the season meant that a result would need to be achieved in the one day otherwise it would be deemed a draw.

After being sent into bat The Entrance started brightly with an opening partnership of 46 before Ash Hardy was dismissed for 28. Lachie Gale joined the captain Jeff Hemming at the crease put together an almost run a ball 28. Hemming however continued his stellar season with the bat reaching 70, and taking him the top of the runscoring list before he made a courageous declaration with his teams score at 3/156 off just 28 overs.

This aggressive play was put to the test when Daniel Hill 40 and Ben Sammut 27 put on an opening partnership for Warnervale before a Jake Hardy inspired run out broke the partnership. As run outs tend to do Warnervale proceeded to lose three wickets for one run to have the match in the balance at 3/70.

Brett Russell and Martin Graham steadied the innings with a 64 run partnership before some big hits from Mitch McNeilly saw the Wildcats achieve the first innings victory before stumps were called with the score at 7/196. Russell was the star finishing with a brilliant 84 made of 87 balls with 10 fours and a six. Martin’s contribution of 15 was equally as important as was McNeilly’s innings of 17 with 2 fours and a six.

Veteran Mark Shelley and Luke Diserens were the most successful bowlers for The Entrance with two wickets each..

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All CCCA Women’s 1st Grade matches were washed out without a ball being bowled on Saturday.

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