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Day 1 of Round 16 finished with drama with teams losing wickets late and another making next week’s chase a bit easier.

Round 16 day 1 results

At Jubilee Oval, Narara Wyoming have put themselves in an excellent position to remain in the top four and claim first innings points with a fantastic bowling performance. After winning the toss and batting, the Lions made steady in roads all day in making a defendable total. Ethan Lulham was the key scoring 42 and late contributions from Kyle Jordan, 23, and James Grahamme, 18, pushed the score to 160 before being bowled out. Reigning Alan Davidson Medallist Adam Taylor was fantastic taking 7-52 with Jason Pereira also claiming two wickets. The Seagulls didn’t get off to a great start losing Taylor first ball and keeper Callum Dunkerley next over without a score. At the end of play, The Entrance scraped to 5-27 with Jordan and youngster Tom Owen taking two wickets apiece to give the Lions the advantage heading into next week.

Warnervale fought back hard late on Day 1 to leave their game against Lisarow Ourimbah in the balance. Batting first, the Magpies rebuilt after losing two early wickets with five players making 30 or more to finish at 271. Blair Lindsay was a rock at the top of the order with a well compiled 75 while Ben Sunshine was in an aggressive state of mind hitting 60 from only 46 balls. The Wildcats never gave in with Shaun Greentree coming in and grabbing three wickets late and stalling the Magpies momentum. With 16 overs to bat, Warnervale came out knowing runs this week will make the chase next Saturday a lot easier and they batted superbly, finishing 1-53 at stumps, another 64 overs to bat next week. Brett Russell was the main run getter playing a positive 35 late.

Wyong had a strong Day 1 to put them in a great position to move away from the wooden spoon. An opening partnership of 85 between Kane Wilson, 36, and English import Mitchell Robinson, 46, got the Roos innings off to a flyer but a spirited fightback from Southern Spirt saw them take 7-45 through the middle to put themselves on top. A counter attacking 38 from Kaleb Daley got Wyong’s score up to 199 and 14 overs to bowl at the opposition. Daniel Friend got the ball shaping taking 4 wickets and being well supported by Simon Mahoney and Jordan O’Donnell The Spirit struggled in the latter stages of the day losing 5-45 with Daley and fast bowler Hayden Murphy taking two important wickets each. Key bats Friend and Lachlan Cork are the not out batsman and will need to be at their best to chase down this total.

In the final match of the round, Terrigal Matcham took a wicket in the second last over of the day to put them on top leading into next week. Terrigal Matcham batted first and struggled for anyone to make a start with only two players making double figures. Reece Bombas dug his heels in and faced 195 balls for a well made 73 with Josh Bridge supporting him late scoring 20. Mitchell Howarde was steady all day picking up four wickets, whilst Brendan Charlton returning from injury took three. With 9 overs to bat, it was never going to be easy against the pace duo of Bridge and Jamie Brien, the Power lost two wickets to sit 2-9 at stumps with skipper Chris Archer and Charlton the not out batsman.

Kincumber Avoca had the bye.

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The semi finalists for the Everything Sports - Cricket Shop CCCA 1st Grade T20 competition have been finalised following the completion of the final two rounds yesterday.

The semi-finals to be played on Monday, 27 January 2020 will see Lisarow Ourimbah vs The Entrance and Kincumber Avoca vs Northern Power.

There were a number of individual highlights which included Ryan Fenning from Lisarow Ourimbah who scored 110 off just 40 balls including five sixes in the final over in his sides win over The Entrance. Terrigal Matcham’s opening bowler Josh Bridge was unplayable in his sides win over Narara Wyoming taking 5/5 off 3.3 overs only to be upstaged in the afternoon by Narara Wyoming’s Kyle Jordan who decimated the Warnervale batting line-up by taking 6/11 off four overs.

Whilst the top four sides entering the day all recorded at least one win to ensure their participation in the T20 finals their were some winners and losers in the overall premiership race.

Lisarow Ourimbah only played once which saw them record a good win over The Entrance on the back of Fenning’s hundred. The Entrance recovered well from this loss to defeat Northern Power in the afternoon game with Adam Taylor topscoring with 55 whilst Callum Dunkerley finished unbeaten on 54 to follow on from his 55 in the morning. Northern Power had a first up win over Southern Spirit on the back of a good bowling performance to secure their semi final spot and remain in fifth position on the overall ladder. After entering the day with a chance of making the finals Southern Spirit were unable to win a game after losing their afternoon match to Terrigal Matcham who were the big movers on the day with two wins after accounting for Narara Wyoming in the first match.

Narara Wyoming recovered to consolidate their position in the overall top four with a win over Warnervale, the first win of the T20 competition with Jordan being the standout with his six wickets. Earlier Warnervale lost to Kincumber Avoca to end what was a disappointing T20 campaign for the defending champions.

Kincumber Avoca were the only other side to record two wins after surviving a late fightback from Wyong before winning by 10 runs. Skipper Dan Heuston had a good day with the bat with 38no and 21. The Griffins now are well placed to make a charge at both the T20 and the premiership.

Final 1st Grade T20 table:
Lisarow Ourimbah 100%, Kincumber Avoca 80%, Northern Power 70%, The Entrance 66.7%, Terrigal Matcham 41.7%, Wyong 40%, Southern Spirit 33.3%, Narara Wyoming 25%, Warnervale 0%

Overall 1st Grade Table after Round 14 (unofficial):
Lisarow Ourimbah 79.1%, Kincumber Avoca 65.8%, The Entrance 62.8%, Narara Wyoming 59.1%, Northern Power 49.1%, Terrigal Matcham 40.4%, Warnervale 36.7%, Wyong 35%, Southern Spirit 15.8%

Scores:

Rd 13

Dates

Home Team

 

Away Team

Venue

4 Jan 20

Wyong

v

BYE

 

4 Jan 20

Terrigal102 JD Toohey 43 R Bombas 27  JP Smith 5/25 AE Baird 2/17

def

Narara10/77 T Owen 32  JM Bridge 5/5 JT Brien 2/12

Duffy's Road 

4 Jan 20

The Entrance7/166(cc) C Dunkerley 55 A Hardy 33* KS Allison 33  LP Jacobs 3/30 B Lindsay 2/28

def by

Lisarow2/215(cc) R Fenning 110* BD Crutcher 57* C Sheppeard 31  

Jubilee Park 

4 Jan 20

Southern Spirit72  B Marks 3/18 M Howarde 2/8 DJ Lawther 2/16

def by

Northern Power3/77(cc) B Gillies 39  

Col Gooley Field (Oval No. 1) 

4 Jan 20

Warnervale7/89(cc)  D Robertson 2/19

def by

Kincumber8/132(cc) DJ Heuston 38 J McRae 26  H Jackson-Sullivan 3/24 M McNeilly 3/28

Woongarrah Sports Complex (Woongarah oval) 

Rd 14

Dates

Home Team

 

Away Team

Venue

4 Jan 20

Lisarow

v

BYE

 

4 Jan 20

Wyong128 H Murphy 40  RJ Lavery 3/29 BC Birks 2/25

def by

Kincumber8/138(cc) H Woodhead 36  BA King 3/23 M Leard 2/30 MJ Leard 2/31

Baker Park 

4 Jan 20

Terrigal2/97 R Bombas 38*  

def

Southern Spirit96  JM Bridge 3/14 HE Brien 2/12 MM Bowring 2/17 D Cross 2/18

Duffy's Road 

4 Jan 20

The Entrance3/127 A Taylor 57 C Dunkerley 54*  J Abel 2/15

v

Northern Power7/122(cc) J Abel 27  A Taylor 2/11

Jubilee Park 

4 Jan 20

Warnervale50  KJ Jordan 6/11 JP Smith 2/4

def by

Narara1/51 E Lulham 35*  

Woongarrah Sports Complex (Woongarah oval) 


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