Week 14 - Wash Up
Date of Event Hadspen Cricket Club : Thu Feb 13, 2020 8:58AM



PREMIER LEAGUE def Perth by 6 wickets
Asked to field first, we dismissed the hosts for 161 in the 38th over with Kyle Strochnetter claiming 5-22.
He was well supported by Nick Price (2-33), Beau Hills (1-35) and Dilan Jayalath (1-24).
In response, DJ hit 19 off the first over on his way to 60, before Nathan Balym (42) second top-scored at No.3 as we passed the total with nine overs to spare.



A-RESERVE def Trevallyn by 132 runs
Dean Stephens (98) fell agonisingly short of his third century of the season as the lads amassed 7-309 at home.
Deano and Stephen Smith (30) complied a solid opening partnership of 60.
Adam House hit a quickfire 39 taking the score to 119 before Curtis Hodgetts (19) built a 75-run partnership with Deano taking us to 199 with 10 overs to go.
Adam Richards (24) and Tommy TJ Walker (45 off 15) did some late hitting to cap it all off.
Travis Crisp (4-31) was the destroyer along with Melman (4-31), who took himself to 99 career wickets.
Trevallyn ended up on 177.



B-GRADE def Diggers by 10 wickets
Bowling first, we managed to clean the visitors up for 53 in 23.2 covers with Dean Brown (4-22) leading the way.
Mitchell Anderson (3-6), Max Reissig (1-16) and Lachie Innes-Wayling (1-9) was also outstanding.
With the bat, Clint Pease (22*) and Kobe Harris (34*) required no help in chasing down the target in 7 overs.



C-GRADE def Cressy by 211 runs
Winning the toss and batting with unanimous support, Jason Thomas (113) went on to make his maiden Chieftains hundred.
He put on a 117-run fourth-wicket stand with Corey Martin (69), before Martin and Jake Laskey (67*) put on 88 together.
Mathew Williams also showed his late-order hitting prowess smacking 35* in no time as we finished 5-341.
Tiana Plumbridge opened up the bowling with her dad Terry Plumbridge (1-15) in her C-grade debut, before Paul Degetto (2-18) bowled unrewarded.
Wolo picked up 3-8 off 8, while Tayne Thomas bowled a brilliant eight over spell for 2-13 including three maidens in only his second senior match. A star in the making!



FEMALE BOOM - Red lt Longford by 160 runs
Hadspen 6-55 (Mel Denman 20*); Longford 0-226.



FEMALE BOOM - Black lt Bishopsbourne by 9 wickets
Hadspen 7-144 (Emily Iles 28*, Sara Gail 25, Hailee Harris 24*); Bishopsborne 1-145 (K. Demarco 1.32)



UNDER-14s lt South Launceston by 7 wickets
Hadspen 99 (T. Thomas 57*; Mowbray 3-141 (H. Matthews 1-19, R. WInter 1-11).


Last updated: Thursday February 13, 2020 8:59AM