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Rnd 14 Weekly Wrap - New Club Records
Date of Event Hadspen Cricket Club : Tue Feb 9, 2021 10:25AM
Left - The Peoples Helmut Stephen 'Rex" Smith , Middle - Paul Duckgetto , Right - Adrian Hinds

Congratulations to Stephen Smith who this week became the club's all-time leading runscorer with the record now standing at 7633 after the Chief's 39 on Saturday.
He passed Grant Davern's pile of 7594 runs.
In his 310 match HCC career, Rexy has hit five hundreds and passed 50 on 42 occasions averaging 27.56.
Well done Rex!

 

 

 

FEMALE BOOM (7th) v Longford lost by 86 runs

 

 

The women faced Longford and battled away solidly.
The Tigers made 4-151 with Kate Dobber (1-14), Lani Gunn (1-22) and Aliya Gunn (1-24) picking up wickets.
With the bat, we finished 4-65 with Dilani Nimmi top scoring with an unbeaten 12

 

 

 

PREMIER LEAGUE (1st) v George Town - won by 284 runs

 

 

Getting away despite forecast heavy rain we won the toss and decided to bat, finishing 5-368.
Thanuka Dabare passed Dane Anderson's PL highest individual score total with a magnificent 162 off 81 balls.
Nook combined with Dilan Jayalath (106) for a 265-run stand for the second wicket - a great partnership.
The lads were also well backed up by the middle order with Jon LeFevre (46*) and Beau Hills (23).
In defence, we had three runouts as DJ picked up 3-7and Ash Smith 2-20, while Deepak Singh (1-38) and Kyle Strochnetter (1-10) picked up one each in dismissing the hosts for 84.

 

 

 

A-GRADE - BLACK (3rd) v Legana - won by 4 wickets

 

 

Fielding certainly wasn't a highlight, but overall it was another win by the lads.
Restricting Legana to 9-144, Dion Beams bowled well without luck as Matt Green (2-30), Jarrad Enniss (2-20), Harwinder Bhangu (1-21), Kobe Harris (1-29) and Shahid Ahmed (1-18)picked up the wickets.
Rexy Smith (39) and Ivo Agostini (60) got us off to a brilliant start with a 96 run opening stand before we lost six wickets for just 49 runs.
However, Stuart Prewer (7*) and Brad Eames (1*) saw us home with four wickets in hand and 12.3 overs left.

 

 

 

A-GRADE - RED (9th) v Evandale - lost by 66 runs

 

 

At St Pats, we bowled first with Evandale compiling 9-144 With Josh Walker picking up 3-20 to lead the way.
He was supported by Faheem Khan (2-31), Will Grey (2-18), Attiq Rehman (1-3) and Nick Price (1-33).
With the bat, Jack Ikin was the standout with 30 opening the innings.
However, we struggled from there with a lower-order 26 from Attiq the only other notable contribution as we were dismissed for 84.

 

 

 

B-GRADE (7th) v George Town - lost by 28 runs

 

 

Winning the toss and bowling, George Town finished with 237with Will Reeve (2-28), Adam House (2-51) and Zac Reissg (2-28) picking up a couple of wickets each.
With the bat, it was a gallant efforts with many making a start.
Tim Shaw (25) dug in at the top before Adam House (61), Andrew Wynter (20), Dave Smith (31) and Adrian Hinds (18) almost saw us home.
A fighting display.

 

 

 

C-GRADE (4th) v Exeter - won by 79 runs

 

 

Against the competition's benchmark and the under the pressure of knowing we must win, the lads got the job done.
Sent into bat first, Nick Young (35) and Jason Thomas (43) put on 84 at the top before a minor collapse.
However, a great 108-run partnership from Paul Degetto (56*) and Ji Cooley (43) took us to 5-205 at the end of 40 overs.
The great batting was well backed up with good intensity in the field and bowling, extras the only blemish.
Mat Williams spearheaded the offensive with 4-23, while Tayne Thomas (3-22) and Ged Neskovcin (2-18) were on song.

 

 

 

UNDER-16s v Mowbray - match abandoned
UNDER-13s v Trevallyn - match abandoned

 

 

 

UNDER-12s v Launceston
HADSPEN 8-141 (J. House 16*, M. Hernyk 19*, def LAUNCESTON 8-137 (J. Jordan 2-12, K. Roles 2-8, S.Toulmin 1-14)

Last updated: Tuesday February 9, 2021 10:30AM