18th March 2012
Bond v South Canterbury
Bond 143/8 beat South Canterbury 140/8
Etienne Harrington-Watt 50, Harrison Darline 4/18 followed by Luka Foy 35, Thomas McKay 1/11, Toby Beale 1/5
Very close game of cricket. South Canterbury won the toss and batted with a 102 run partnership for the second wicket helping South Canterbury to 138/8. Six of the eight wickets were run outs. Bond was 3/6 but an 85 run third wicket partnership steadied the ship. Bond getting home with 12 balls and 2 wickets in hand. Stand out performances were South Canterbury bowler Harrison Darline and Etienne Harrington-Watt for Bond with the bat.
Harris v Mid Canterbury
Harris 158/8 beat Mid Canterbury 108 ao
Harris batted first and made 158/8 off 40 overs. Matt Munro made a very good 50 retired and Coby Beecroft a hard hit 25 not out at the end.
Mid Canty made 108 all out after 35 overs. They were at one stage in a strong position at 75/2 at 20 overs. Josh McCarthy got 4 for 1 almost getting a hat trick, with the best of the remaining bowlers being Matt Munro, Ryan Sheehan, Dominic Gardiner, Nick Lidstone and Regan Sheahan
Cairns Development beat South Canterbury
Played at the Aorangi Oval in Timaru. Cairns won the toss and opted to bat on a hard wicket and the soft out field. Dominic Cornish and Declan Hickford opened the batting and saw us off to a good start with an opening partnership of 39. Matthias Paltridge (51 runs) continued on with Dominic until the loss of the second wicket for 52. Tom Dunlop (59* runs) and Matthias then batted on to a 104 run partnership. With boundaries hard to come by both boys ran hard putting pressure on the field in a confident display. Sam Blake (10* runs) came at the fall of the third wicket and scored fast runs to see the team finish the 40 overs at 182 for 3.
With ball in hand we expected a difficult task to restrict the South Canterbury team. Their opening partnership kept us out and the first wicket fell in the 14th over. To the boys credit they bowled straight and full and wickets came with ease when the opening partnership fell. The key bowling came from Sam Blake 3/7, Jackson Pauling 3/5 and Josh Carrodus 3/6. South Canterbury were all out for 89 in the 33rd over.
Astle Development beat Country North
Playing at Scargill Domain. A great setting to finish the rep season for the team. The essentials of the bbq at the end of the game was organised early in the week, with town bringing the salads and country the meat.
Astle won the toss and decided to bat and made good use of a pitch that had enough in for the bowlers. Bradley Entwistle and Jayden Ball had a solid opening partnership of 42, before Bradley was run out and Jayden retired on 18 (Retired batsman on 40 balls or 40 runs). This was followed by an excellent partnership between Louie Chapman and Mitchell Hay of 55 runs before Louie chasing runs holed out close to retirement for 36. Tim Boyle joined Mitchell and the runs came pretty quickly with Mitchell retiring on 33 and Tim on 36. The following batsman went hard and we finished on 176/8.
This was going to be a tough ask for Country with Astle’s strong bowling attack. A good opening from Jack-Charles Morrow (1/9 off 4) and Tom Marshall (0/13 off 4) followed by Daniel Costello (0/7), Connor Williams (1/5). All other bowlers chimed in with Ben Magson (2/7), Tim Boyle (2/9), Liam Hansen (2/8), Matt Boyles (0/3) & Mitchell (1/0). Country were all out for 83. The teams played on until Country batted out 40 overs losing a bunch of wickets on the way. The teams played in great spirit and we really enjoyed the Country hospitality – thanks to Richard Mowat and his team at Country
Fleming Development beat Country South
Played at Darfield. Great game by the boys in very warm weather conditions. Boys batted first on a low bounce wicket and long grass outfield. The emphasis was on working singles and 2’s which they did very well (only two 4’s off the bat) – scoring 133 for 6. G Cooke 48n/o, L Foulkes 17
The boys fielded and bowled superbly which was rewarding as they worked very hard on these two elements at practice. The bowling improved out of sight with the boys bowling a good line and length and getting 9 batters out bowled and 1 LBW – Bowled opposition out for 75. Bowling – J Bradley 8/3 off 4, C Williams 3/2 off 4, H Cockram 7/2 off 4.
Hadlee Development beat Mid Canterbury
Played at Ashburton. Unfortunately we lost the toss and Mid Canterbury elected to bat. They had two very good opening batsmen but when they fell we made good in roads with some very good bowling from the team. The outstanding bowler was Jamie Gambles who took two excellent wickets, both bowled. We bowled them out in the 40th over for 87 which included 32 extras. There were a couple of excellent catches with the standard of fielding overall very high. We chased down the runs in the 21st over only losing two wickets with Shaun Berryman 23 (retired) and Gareth Barron making 23.
Fleming v Mid Canterbury
Fleming 179 all out - Callum Cameron 48, Toby van Woerkom 51no
lost to Mid Canterbury
180 for 7 - Hunter Cronin 3 for 26
Cairns v South Cnterbury
South Canterbury 163 for 8 - Cameron Emberton 2 for 15
Cairns 165 for 4 - Simon Yorston 51 no, Ben Baker 27, Issac Anderson 27
Hadlee v Canterbury Country South
Hadlee 114 for 4 - Ben Hartland 52 no
CC South 122 all out - Rico Syme 4 for 20, Jono Raymond 2 for 19
Astle v CC North
Astle 143 for 5 - Issac Bird 50 no, Riley Tempero 32
CC North - 147 for 8, Tom Parker 2 for 21, Rishav Dhakal 2 for 13
11th March 2012
Papps v Dunedin Blue
Dunedin Blue 152 all out - Cameron Emberton 3 for 18, Simon Yorston 2 for 5, Ben Hartland 2 for 21, for Dunedin jack 33 runs
When rain stopped play after 12 overs: Papps 51 without loss - Ben Hartland 27 no, Ben Dickie 20 no
Germon v Dunedin Gold
Germon 139 for 8 - Henry Workman 33, Rico Syme 34, Kyle Burns 3 for 22, Jordan Gain 3 for 16
When rain stopped play after 15 overs: Dunedin Gold 53 for 6 - Rico Syme 2 for 10, Riley Tempero 2 for 12