University 8/82 defeated by Midland-Guildford 5/169
Midland-Guildford has taken the points against University in the 3rd round of T20’s on Sunday. Midland-Guildford won the toss and elected to bat first. Conditions were great for batting at James Oval and the away side took full advantage. Taneale Peschel (58 off 51) had the runs flowing from the top of the order alongside counterpart Chloe Piparo (26 off 12 balls ) followed by Bhavi Devchand (51 off 40) that had Midland-Guildford flying to a strong total. Rebecca Grundy had commendable figures in batting friendly conditions with 2 wickets for 19 off 4 overs. Midland-Guildford posted a very strong 169 for the loss of 5 wickets from their 20 overs. Unfortunately for University they couldn’t fight their way into the contest as wickets tumbled at a quick rate due to strength of bowling Siobhan Spargo claimed 3 wickets for 17 off 4 overs and Taneale Peschel continued her great run of form with 2 wickets for just 15 runs off 4 overs. After University’s 20 overs they finished 8/82. Midland Guildford winning by 82 runs.
Subiaco-Floreat 1/80 defeated South Perth 8/76
Subiaco- Floreat notched up a win against South Perth on Sunday at Floreat Park on Sunday. Subiaco – Floreat won the toss and chose to field first. Western Fury representative Melissa Cameron (32 off 35) and Rachel Reynolds (18 off 20 balls) got South Perth up and going from the top of the order. However, a middle order collapse including three run outs triggered the South Perth downfall as no other batsmen reached double figures. Emma King proved very difficult to get away as she had outstanding figures of 1 wicket for 6 off her 4 overs, Millie Monaghan claimed 3 wickets for 22 runs off 4 overs. Subiaco-Floreat replied strongly as another State representative in Megan Banting (45n.o) continued her strong run of form, Emma King a (19) also contributed to the win to secure the winners points.
Rockingham Mandurah 8/57 defeated by Melville 5/128
Melville has continued their undefeated run the in T20 B Grade Competition after comprehensively beating Rockingham Mandurah on Sunday at Lark Hill. Melville who were sent in to bat took up the opportunity posting a very strong 128 for the loss of 5 wickets. Gabrielle Simmonds (35 not out) Gorgia Platten (40 off 23) and Ella Mills (20 not out) all contributed nicely. On the bowling front Rockingham-Mandurah’s Mel Saunders had tidy figures of 1 for 15 off 4 overs as well as Caitlyn Helsewood who took 2 for 23 off her 4 overs. Rockingham Mandurah couldn’t wrestle back the momentum as they were tightly held down by the Melville bowlers. Warman (17) was the only contribution of note as they were restricted to just 57.
Around The Grounds
Midland-Guildford 1-107 (Gevers 84no) b University 5-106(cc) (Bowden 71no; Gray 4-28); Subiaco Floreat 4-100(cc) (Purnell 41no, Meintjes 23no; Meuleman 3-12) b South Perth 6-92(cc) (Meuleman 49); Melville 5-128(cc) (Platten 40, Simmonds 35no; Helsewood 2-23) b Rockingham-Mandurah 8-57(cc) (Row 2-9).