Spring 2013

Yr 8

Day Three

Development
Astle  116/9 beat Cairns 105 ao
Astle - Mathias Paltridge 24, Ryan James 2/17, Zac Medland 3/3, Christian Firth 2/11 
Cairns - Ben Roberts 2/11, L Crosbie 3/8

Hadlee vs Fleming
Hadlee 154/6 beat Fleming 126 ao
Hadlee - D Cornish 47, L Chapman 24*, M Raxworthy 3/2 C Moody 2/20, M Boyles 2/17
Fleming - J Bradley 21, J Paul 23, C Moody 2/20, M Boyles 2/17

Emerging
Astle  138/8 beat Cairns 132 ao
Astle - Sam Kennedy 34, Connor Williams 26 no and 3/11, Zach Logan 3/4 (5 ov)
Cairns - Alex Wilson 29 no, Alec Pentecost 29, Mac McCall 28, Josiah Leigh 4/13

Hadlee 139/5 beat Fleming 135 ao
Hadlee - Ben Cruse 31, Michael Green 30 and 2/6, Sam Challies 2/4 (6 ov), Brayden Cottom 2/21
Fleming - MattMunro 26, Hugo Reid 22, Curtis Millard 2/12

Day Two

Development

Astle v Fleming – Astle batting first made 137 all out in the 43rd over. The opening pair of Tom Dunlop with 54 and Ryan James 46 no put on an excellent partnership which should have set up a big score. However Fleming worked hard after drinks to take all 10 wickets and restrict the final score. For Fleming the pick of the bowlers were Declan Hickford 2/8, Matt Boyles 0/2 (off 6), Harry Cockram 2/14 and George Cooke 2/13. Fleming were in trouble early but a steady partnership between Tom McDonald 42 and Harry Cockram 33 put the team on course with Josh Paul 19 and Mitchell Hay 22, aggressively bringing their team home.

Cairns v Hadlee - Cairns batted first and after a patient start ended on 129/6. The top three batsman of Shaun Berryman 33, Bradley Entwistle 24 (retired) and an aggressive Tim Boyle 40 were the key contributors. For Hadlee Jackson Pauling 2/15 and Dominic Cornish 2/11 were the two main wicket takers. Hadlee also had a cautious start and whilst losing regular wickets stayed close to the required run rate with a good partnership down the order with Jayden Ball 20 no & Brelyn Little 24 bringing the team home ending on 141/10. Dominic Cornish returned after retiring to make 30. For Cairns Gareth Barron 3/12 and Anton Smail 2/8 were the main wicket takers.

Emerging

Astle v Fleming (yr 7) – Win for Astle
Fleming Year 7 – 136/9 with Matt Munro 22 & L Roberts 27 the main run makers. For Astle, Bradley Douglas 3/17
Astle - 210/9 with the highlight being an excellent knock of 83 retired by William Duston, supported by Joshua Wilson 32. For Fleming Matt Munro picked up 2/20.

Cairns v Hadlee  - Win for Hadlee
Hadlee - 155 all out with Michael Green run out for 40. For Cairns Alec Pentecost 3/15 and Chase Kawhe 3/30 were the main wicket takers
Cairns  - 84 all out with Mac McCall making 19. For Hadlee Harry Singleton 3/7 and Harrison Boyd Tibbotts the best of the bowlers

Day One

Development
Cairns v Fleming – batting first Cairns made 150 all out, with Gareth Barron leading the way with a well complied 46. Bowling for Fleming, Cullen Moody 3/17 & Declan Hickford 2/14 the main wicket takers. In response Fleming finished on 168/8, with Mitchell Hay 47* and Cullen Moody 48*, combining in an unbroken 88 run partnership. For Cairns Gareth Barron completed a good day with 3/25.

Hadlee v Astle – In a low scoring game Hadlee posted 83 all out, with Jayden Ball the best with 22. All Astle bowlers came away with good figures, highlighted by Jack Charles-Morrow 3/8 & Tyler Brameo 2/2. Hadlee bowled and fielded well defending a relatively low total to have Astle all out for 65 in the 34th over. All bowlers obviously did well conceding very few runs, however Louie Chapman was the pick with 3/2.

Emerging

Astle v Hadlee - win for Hadlee
Astle 129 - Zac Logan 28 & Connor Williams 25. For Hadlee Angus Gilbert 2/10 and Quinn Carson 2/5
Hadlee 154 - Angus Gilbert 31, Quinn Carson 22, Harry Singleton 21. For Astle Jack Sutton 3/16, Jack McMeeking 2/7, Bradley Douglas 2/23

Cairns v Fleming (Yr 7) – win for Fleming
Fleming (Yr 7) 184 - Matt Munroe 52no, Finn Moffatt 23, Hugo Reid 40. For Cairns Mac McCall 3/11, William McCone 2/19
Cairns 69 - Harry Mayo 26. For Fleming Matt Munroe 2/2,Monty Hollis 2/11, Logan Roberts 2/6 

Yr 7

CJCA would like to make mention of the five players that were awarded the 'Sportsman' awards from the Spring Tournament. This is a great achievement and shows qualities that we would like all players to follow. We will be in touch once the prize packs have made it through customs from their Hollywood start!

Finn Moffat
Hunter Rowe
Will Andrews
Samuel Sullivan
Jackson Hemingway

Day Three

Fleming 151/7 beat Hadlee 118
Fleming - N Lidstone 43 ret, R Sheahan 32 ret, T McKay 2/9 S Sullivan 2/15, F Kennedy- Davey 2/11
Hadlee - S Sullivan 2/15, F Kennedy- Davey 2/11

Astle 170/7 beat Cairns 167/7
Astle - J Hemingway 40, R Bryne 51 retired 

Day Two

Fleming 213/6 beat Astle 152/9
Fleming - Thomas McKay 51 and 2/26, Nicholas Lidstone 39 no and 1/11, Owen Rees 30 and 3/12
Astle - Jackson Hemmingway 44 and 1/16, Dominic Gardner 2/19

Day One  

Fleming 130/5 beat Cairns 106 all out
Fleming - Owen Rees 2/4, B MacDonald 35 retired, R Sheahan 25 retired

Hadlee 199/? beat Astle 181/7
Astle - Jackson Hemingway 38, Ollie Lewis 19 retired, Jack Williams 2/8
Hadlee - Etienne Harrington-Watts 54 retired, Max Haywood 30+ not out

Yr 6

Day Three
Development
Hadlee 117/4 beat Fleming 93 ao
Hadlee - N.Crowe 32*
Fleming - J Raxworthy 30

Cairns 132/8 beat Astle 131/4
Cairns - T.Ogilvie 38 
Astle - R.Hunter 34*

Emerging
Astle 168/7 beat Cairns 167 ao
Astle - O Miles 47*
Cairns - H Janes 35

Fleming 92 ao beat Hadlee 80 ao
Fleming - Thomas McClean 39
Hadlee - I Prasad 38, B Blackwell 3/11

Day Two

Development
Hadlee 221/5 beat Cairns 217/5
Z.May 43*, E.Caddick 42, R.Pithey 37*, J.Grove 35*

Astle 130/4 beat Fleming 128/8
Z.Foulkes 39. beat Fleming 128/8. Fletcher Miller 26*

Emerging
Fleming 189/6 beat Astle 33 all out
J.Gallagher 45 & 3/0

Hadlee 189/7 beat Cairns 167/5
T.Cartwright 44, H.Janes 33*, H.Reece 4/27

Day One

Development
Astle 134 all out beat Hadlee 96 all out
L.Willis 31, Z.May 28, S.Sandford 3/7

Cairns 219/8 beat Fleming Dev 172/8
A.Sidey 55*, H.Lund 55*, N.Cook 51*

Emerging

Hadlee 177/3 beat Astle 136 all out
B.Alexander 34*, O.Miles 82

Fleming 186/7 beat Cairns 136/7
J.Allan 49, M.Hamilton 47, H.Janes 32