Rnd 9 Weekly Wrap
Date of Event Hadspen Cricket Club : Mon Dec 21, 2020 3:25PM

So 2020 for the Chieftains has come to a close with plenty of positives to take out of it heading into the business end of the season.


Congratulations to Adam House who hit his 1000th club run on the weekend.
New House has played 38 matches for club, returning 1010 runs @ 32.65 and 33 wickets @ 9.09.
The two-time premiership player is also a hard worker amongst our junior program and for all of that, we say thank you and good luck for the rest of 2020-21.




FEMALE BOOM (7th) v Evandale - Lost by 41 runs



Bowling first we kept Trevallyn to 3-111.
Tiana Plumbridge (1-13) and Dilani Nimmi (1-10) were successful with the ball, while Kate Dobber and Tiana combined for a runout.
With the bat, we were on the backfoot early due to a loss of early wickets.
However, Mel Denman (13*) , Dilani (13) and Tiana (14*) toiled hard to get us over the line but the total was a little too far out of reach with us ending up 4-70.




PREMIER LEAGUE (1st) v Trevallyn - won by 138 runs



Dubbed the match of the season to date with both sides going in undefeated, batting first was a huge plus.
We applied plenty of scoreboard pressure setting the hosts 248 for victory thanks largely to Dane Anderson (60), Dilan Jayalath (32), Liam Reynolds (29) , Damian Woods (58) and some lower-order hitting from Deepak Singh (18), Shahid Ahmed (18) and Vishwa (11).
In defence, we managed to bundle Trevallyn out for 109 with Vishwa (3-19) and Gen (3-17) leading the charge.




A-GRADE - BLACK (4th) v A-GRADE RED (7th) - Black won by 72 runs



Up against each other for the first time - Hadspen was bound to win!
Batting first, Red had their opponents in a prickly situation at 4-67 before Stuart Prewer (46) and Adam House (61) put on a match-winning 780run stand for the fifth wicket.
Black finished 7-204 with six read bowlers collecting one wicket apiece.
In response, Nathan Balym (38) and Jake Castellar (28) knuckled down and gave Red a slight sniff with the, about 3 for 80 at drinks.
However, the loss of regular wickets made the task increasingly difficult with Matt Green (4-22) and Kyle Strochnetter (3-21) the chief destroyers in dismissing Red for 132.




B-GRADE (4th) v Diggers - Washed out



Before the heavens fully opened up the lads were looking set for a massive score.
Tim Shaw and Clint Pease put on 166 for the first wicket before the skipper was the first one to fall for 48.
Timmy continued on and made it to 91 off 81 balls before he was fired LBW and we were close to our final position at 5-205 when the match was called off just 29 overs in.




UNDER-16s v Mowbray (4th) - Washed out

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