WA Premier Cricket
Team Lists and Previews – Round 3


Saturday 13th October
1 Day Game – 10:30am Start


Bayswater-Morley (11th) v Melville (9th) at Hillcrest Lower:
Umpires:
D Trigg-S Lamb
Bayswater-Morley: Liam O'Connor(c), Aaron Todd, Robert Guy, Mitchell Todd, Manuel Hunwick, Jonty Wilde, Ashley Jeffrey, Ross Loiacono, Lane Berry, Steve Tompsett, James Wainman
Melville: Sean Terry(c), Drew Porter, Thomas Kerr-Sheppard, Ryan Duffield, Mark Turner, Brad Turner, Blake Reed, Fraser Hay, Tom Smith, Andrew Needham

Milestones:
Jonty Wilde (BM) about to pass 100 wickets.

Preview: Bayswater Morley endured mixed results over the first weekend of Premier Cricket action, defeating Gosnells on Saturday by 50 runs before falling to Mount Lawley by a whopping 129 runs. Melville also found themselves with one win and one loss from the weekend, losing to Claremont Nedlands on Saturday, before emerging victorious against Gosnells on Sunday. The Bears and the Storm both found themselves struggling to score runs, so the partnerships at the top of the order will go a long way in deciding the winner of this crucial early season match.

Claremont-Nedlands (2nd) v Wanneroo (13th) at Cresswell Park:
Umpires:
T Steenholdt-D Skinn
Claremont-Nedlands: Nicholas Hobson(c), Daniel Turkich, Jacob Whiteaker, Haydan Morton, Tim David, Christopher Simpson, Callum Parker, Thomas May, Bradley Hope, Jackson Edmondstone, Matthew Kelly
Wanneroo: Christian Smith(c), Travis Birt, Kyle Millar, Jack Cattrall, Robert Richards, Mathew Dzodzos, Bailey Nylander, Caiden Eaton, Matthew Spoors, Stuart Thompson, Haydn Slodecki

Milestones: -

Preview:
Claremont Nedlands started the season on fire, winning two-from-two with dominant performances against Melville and Joondalup. Meanwhile, Wanneroo found itself on the other side of the ledger, falling victim to University and Rockingham Mandurah. Although the Roos did not secure a win over the weekend, they were by no means disgraced in either match, falling 12 runs shy of the Mariners whopping 234 on Sunday. However, they are coming up against the juggernaut that is Claremont Nedlands. Travis Birt, Kyle Millar and Matthew Spoors will need to produce again with bat and ball if the Roos are to cause a massive upset.

Fremantle (7th) v Subiaco Floreat (8th) at Stevens Reserve West:
Umpires:
N Johnstone-M Kovalevs
Fremantle: Ashton Turner(c), Brayden Sutton, Ross Macauley, Daniel Kennedy, Sam Whiteman, Benjamin Moore, Chris Davenport, Jarryd McPhee, Jake Carder, Zach Ferris, Jhye Richardson
Subiaco Floreat: Christopher Hansberry(c), Calum How, Hamish McKenzie, Cameron Green, Marcus Stoinis, Aaron Lilly, Geremy Fatouros, Tim Monteleone, Joshua Parker, Ashley Blake, Lucas Martin

Milestones:
Aaron Lilly (SF) 100 matches, Chris Hansberry (SF) passed 100 catches.

Preview: Fremantle suffered mixed results over the opening rounds, easily accounting for Scarborough on Saturday before falling short against Willetton. The Lions followed suit, with a loss to Rockingham Mandurah on Saturday and a dominant 78-run win over Scarborough on Sunday. This match looms as the closest of the round, with Jake Carder, Aaron Lilly and Geremy Fatouros all in superb form with the bat for their respective sides. The bowling attack that applies the most pressure will go a long way in securing victory for their side.


Gosnells (12th) v Joondalup (15th) at Sutherlands Park 1:
Umpires:
J Buscall-A Micenko
Gosnells: Matthew Leipold(c), Timothy Hale, Daniel Payne, Luis Reece, David Roberts, Damien Sweet, David Thomason, Jeremy McFarlane, Jacob Panetta, Liam Duffield, Chris Prescott
Joondalup: Jaron Morgan(c), Josh Anderson, Tim Zsilinszky, Garrick Morgan, Jake Zsilinszky, Harry Larmett, Zak Birchall, Clinton Hinchliffe, Joe Inglis, Josh Inglis, Mitchell Dixon

Milestones: -

Preview:
Both Gosnells and Joondalup enter Round 3 without a win on the board in Season 2018-19, with Gosnells falling to Bayswater-Morley and Melville, while Joondalup were defeated by Perth and Claremont Nedlands. Joondalup needs to find some support for the experienced Jaron and Garrick Morgan. Gosnells also need to find support for Luis Reece, who was easily his side’s top scoring batter over the opening weekend.


Midland-Guildford (16th) v Scarborough (14th) at Lilac Hill 1:
Umpires:
T Rann-C Pelpola
Midland-Guildford: Ashley Mucciarone(c), James Kirwan, Mark Rice, Sam Evans, Keaton Critchell, Michael Ferreira, Andrew McBrine, Austin Thomas, Hudson Knight, Zade Reynolds-Harris, Zac Howard
Scarborough: Nicholas Maiolo(c), Andrew Tye, Jacob Johnston, Jeremy Boyle, Liam Stevens, Luke McQuade, Liam Knight, Lochie Hardy, Cody Rose, Ryan Knight, Josh Philippe

Milestones: Nicholas Maiolo (S) passed 2000 runs.

Preview:
Another match up where both sides find themselves entering Round 3 without a win. Midland Guildford were comprehensively outplayed by Willetton in Round 1, before putting in a somewhat better performance against University. Meanwhile, Scarborough couldn’t buy a wicket against Fremantle on Saturday, before falling to Subiaco Floreat on Sunday. Both sides need to find significant improvement in all areas to breakthrough for their first win of the season, with a better bowling performance needed from Scarborough who do have the batting line up to trouble their opponent. 


Mount Lawley (6th) v Perth (4th) at Breckler Park 1:
Umpires:
M Hall-V Calabro
Mount Lawley: Michael Klinger(c), James Newnham, Callum Taylor, Dylan Sharman, Jay Chislett, Liam Purdy, Justin Kandiah, Ethan Petta, Andrew Bottega, Ian Fishman, Mohamed Ijaz
Perth: Luke Jury(c), Jonathan Wells, Jordan Mast, Dain Moreton, Tom Scollay, Jacob Snadden, Sean Roberts, Josh Nicholas, Jacob Van Galen, Jack Baker, Alex Calmy

Milestones: Jordan Mast (P) 50 matches, Luke Jury (P) passed 3000 runs, Dain Moreton (P) about to pass 2000 runs.

Preview:
Mount Lawley finds itself in the top six after a mixed weekend of action, falling to South Perth on Saturday before squaring the ledger with a strong win over Bayswater-Morley. Meanwhile, Perth are sitting fourth, undefeated with impressive performances against Joondalup and South Perth. The Hawks batting line up has been troubled by pressure in recent times and coming up against a settled bowling attack featuring Josh Nicholas, Jacob Van Galen and Alex Calmy, the Hawks batter will need nerves of steel to come away with a win.


University (1st) v Rockingham-Mandurah (5th) at James Oval:
Umpires:
J Sherry-J Hewitt
University: William Bosisto(c), Matthew Birrell, Viv Paver, Christopher Sabburg, Mitchell Drennan, Rex Strickland, Bailey Richards, Joshua Mason, Sean Stuart, Will Jacks, Corey Rocchiccioli
Rockingham-Mandurah: Craig Simmons(c), Nick Willis, Dane Ugle, Tyler Robertson, Aaron Burrage, Damien Burrage, Leon Coombs, Nathan Hutchison, Eric Botha, Adam France, James Bracey

Milestones: Sean Stuart (U) took 5 wickets for the third time.

Preview:
Both University and Rockingham Mandurah hit Round 3 in tremendous form. Both are undefeated and sitting pretty in the top six after some remarkable performances over the weekend. Will Bosisto with the bat and Sean Stuart with the ball propelled their side to victories, while Olly Cooley medallist Dane Ugle top scored for the Mariners. If University can quell the influence of Ugle, it will go a long way to deciding this match.


Willetton (3rd) v South Perth (10th) at Burrendah Park 1:
Umpires: L Lindsay-F Davis
Willetton: Cameron Bancroft(c), D'Arcy Short, Aaron Hardie, Sean Brennan, Kallen Bond, James Godfrey, Iszak Milentis, Alex Hepburn, Brennan Wilson, Matthew Hanna, Aaron McCall
South Perth: Chris Chellew(c), Hugh Brown, Nicholas Mitchell, Brandon Guest, Alex Bevilaqua, Braydon Meuleman, Brooke Guest, Jayden Schadendorf, Darius D'Silva, Hilton Cartwright, Tom Banton

Milestones: Matthew Hanna (W) passed 200 wickets.

Preview: Willetton is again looking like one of the teams to beat this season, kicking off its campaign with wins against Midland Guildford and Fremantle. South Perth, on the other hand, found itself outside the top six with mixed results, defeating Mount Lawley on Saturday before falling to Perth on Sunday. South Perth will need big performances from Alex Bevilaqua, Brandon Guest and Darius D’Silva if they are to topple Willetton’s imposing batting line up, featuring Cameron Bancroft and D’Arcy Short.

WA Premier Cricket
Team Lists – Round 4

Sunday 14th October
1 Day Game – 10:30am Start

Joondalup v Fremantle at Iluka Sports Complex 1:
Umpires:
T Rann-F Davis
Joondalup: Jaron Morgan(c), Josh Anderson, Tim Zsilinszky, Garrick Morgan, Jake Zsilinszky, Harry Larmett, Zak Birchall, Clinton Hinchliffe, Mitchell Dixon, Joe Inglis, Connor Thorn
Fremantle: Ashton Turner(c), Brayden Sutton, Ross Macauley, Daniel Kennedy, Sam Whiteman, Benjamin Moore, Chris Davenport, Jarryd McPhee, Jake Carder, Zach Ferris, Jhye Richardson

Melville v Willetton at Tompkins Park Oval 1:
Umpires: M Hall-A Khan
Melville: Sean Terry(c), Drew Porter, Thomas Kerr-Sheppard, Ryan Duffield, Mark Turner, Brad Turner, Blake Reed, Fraser Hay, Tom Smith, Andrew Needham
Willetton: Cameron Bancroft(c), D'Arcy Short, Aaron Hardie, Sean Brennan, Kallen Bond, James Godfrey, Iszak Milentis, Alex Hepburn, Brennan Wilson, Matthew Hanna, Aaron McCall

Mount Lawley v University at Breckler Park 1:
Umpires:
D Gibbons-D Trigg
Mount Lawley: James Newnham, Dylan Sharman, Jay Chislett, Liam Purdy, Justin Kandiah, Ethan Petta, Andrew Bottega, Ian Fishman, Mohamed Ijaz, Callum Taylor
University: William Bosisto(c), Matthew Birrell, Viv Paver, Christopher Sabburg, Mitchell Drennan, Rex Strickland, Bailey Richards, Joshua Mason, Sean Stuart, Will Jacks, Corey Rocchiccioli

Perth v Subiaco Floreat at Fletcher Park East:
Umpires:
D Skinn-A Micenko
Perth: Luke Jury(c), Jacob Snadden, Josh Nicholas, Jacob Van Galen, Sean Roberts, Tom Scollay, Alex Calmy, Jack Baker, Jordan Mast, Joel Curtis, Dain Moreton
Subiaco Floreat: Christopher Hansberry(c), Calum How, Hamish McKenzie, Cameron Green, Marcus Stoinis, Aaron Lilly, Geremy Fatouros, Tim Monteleone, Joshua Parker, Ashley Blake, Lucas Martin

Rockingham-Mandurah v Claremont-Nedlands at Lark Hill 1:
Umpires:
J Sherry-C Pelpola
Rockingham-Mandurah: Craig Simmons(c), Nick Willis, Dane Ugle, Tyler Robertson, Aaron Burrage, Damien Burrage, Leon Coombs, Nathan Hutchison, Eric Botha, Adam France, James Bracey
Claremont-Nedlands: Nicholas Hobson(c), Daniel Turkich, Jacob Whiteaker, Haydan Morton, Tim David, Christopher Simpson, Callum Parker, Thomas May, Bradley Hope, Jackson Edmondstone, Elliot Hitchen

Scarborough v Bayswater-Morley at Abbett Park East:
Umpires:
T Steenholdt-S Lamb
Scarborough: Nicholas Maiolo(c), Jacob Johnston, Jeremy Boyle, Liam Stevens, Luke McQuade, Liam Knight, Lochie Hardy, Lance Morris, Cody Rose, Ryan Knight, Brendan McPhee
Bayswater-Morley: Liam O'Connor(c), Aaron Todd, Robert Guy, Mitchell Todd, Manuel Hunwick, Jonty Wilde, Ashley Jeffrey, Ross Loiacono, Lane Berry, Steve Tompsett, James Wainman

South Perth v Gosnells at Richardson Park 1:
Umpires:
J Hewitt-V Calabro
South Perth: Chris Chellew(c), Hugh Brown, Nicholas Mitchell, Brandon Guest, Alex Bevilaqua, Braydon Meuleman, Brooke Guest, Jayden Schadendorf, Darius D'Silva, Hilton Cartwright, Tom Banton
Gosnells: Matthew Leipold(c), Timothy Hale, Daniel Payne, Luis Reece, David Roberts, Damien Sweet, David Thomason, Jeremy McFarlane, Jacob Panetta, Liam Duffield, Chris Prescott

Midland-Guildford v Wanneroo at Lilac Hill 1:
Umpires:
J Buscall-M Kovalevs
Midland-Guildford: Ashley Mucciarone(c), Mark Rice, James Kirwan, Sam Evans, Keaton Critchell, Michael Ferreira, Andrew McBrine, Hudson Knight, Austin Thomas, Zade Reynolds-Harris, Zac Howard
Wanneroo: Christian Smith(c), Travis Birt, Kyle Millar, Jack Cattrall, Robert Richards, Mathew Dzodzos, Bailey Nylander, Caiden Eaton, Matthew Spoors, Stuart Thompson, Haydn Slodecki