Girl's

Results Summary:

Development

Satterthwaite Development Winner 170/ 5, McGlashan Development  95 All Out

Tiffen Development Winner 185/5, Hockley Development 177/8

Emerging

Hockley Emerging Winner 118/3, Tiffen Emerging 117/6

McGlashan Emerging Winner 178/6, Satterthwaite Emerging 89/11

Match Reports as provided by the managers:

Hockley Development v Tiffen Development        

In fine sunny conditions (if you forgot about the wind) - Tiffen Development 185/5 off 35 overs beat Hockley Development 177/8 off 32 overs.

This was one of those games where either team could have won. No matter which side you supported, you applauded the way the players competed. Hockley chasing 186 to win, fell an agonising 9 runs short with 2 ½ overs to go.

Tiffen’s total was built around a team performance with 7 of the 8 batters getting double figures. The leading run scorers were their openers Allie Mace-Cochrane (34) & Alyssa Millard (22). Another feature of the innings was the different partnerships which pushed the ball, ran well & put pressure on the field.

The Hockley bowlers toiled well in the demanding wind. High lights of the bowling effort were Sophie Oldershaw with 2 wickets & opening bowler Olivier McGoverne’s 17 runs off 5 overs.

Tiffen Development

Batting Stats

Bowling Stats

Player Name

Runs

How out

Wickets

Runs

Overs

Allie Mace-Cochrane

34

Caught

0

0

0

Alyssa Millard

22

Retired

0

26

5

Megan Gray

17

Caught

0

22

4

Madison Wotton

1

Caught

0

17

2

Pixie Merito

17

Caught

1

11

5

Emma Hunt

13

Run out

4

24

5

Jess Davidson

18

Not out

0

29

5

Rachel Sloan

12

Not out

1

29

5

Isla McKenzie

DNB

0

16

2

Hockley’s run chase was led by Olivia McGoverne (36) & Carissa Gillies (30). They were always in front of the Tiffen run rate and retired within an over of each other. This was the first momentum change in the game. Tiffen lifted its intensity & commitment and took the remaining wickets (Emma hunt 4 wickets). This brought Olivia back to the crease that immediately put them back on track. With 3 overs remaining & 9 runs to win, Hockley were on track for a very good win. It came down to one play in the 32nd over. In an umpiring decision that will be talked about for years, Olivia (38) was run out trying to get the strike. Carissa returned and was unable to repeat the heroics of her first innings. Tiffen win by 8 wins.

Highlights for Tiffen’s bowling, Emma Hunt 4 wickets & opening bowler Pixie Merito, 1wkt for 11 runs off 5 overs.

Special mention: Olivia McGoverne’s combined run total of 74 & Emma Hunt’s 4 wickets for 24 runs - both outstanding efforts.

Hockley Development

Batting Stats

Bowling Stats

Player Name

Runs

How out

Wickets

Runs

Overs

Olivia McGoverne

36 ret

38 run out

0

17

5

Carissa Gillies

30 ret

0 caught

0

21

5

Daisy Tredinnick

6

Stumped

0

19

5

Sophie Oldershaw

1

Bowled

2

29

5

Emma Kench

2

Bowled

0

25

5

Grace Tempero

12

Caught

0

0

0

Emma McClean

0

Bowled

1

15

4

Amy McDermott

10

Not out

0

35

4

Nani Saadberg

1

Bowled

1

18

2

Satterthwaite Development Winner 170/ 5, McGlashan Development 95 All Out

Satterthwaite won the toss and decided to bat. Sophie Taylor (21 retired) and Gabby Sullivan (37 retired) played a long second wicket partnership of over eighty runs. Kaori Hughes (4-0-12-1), Kaitlin Heale (4-0-5-1), Maddy Raxworthy (4-0-8-1) and Jenny Stewart (3-0-24-1) bowled Kate van Beurten (2), Aimee Shaw (6), Brittany Bowden (2) and Grace Vernal (27), respectively, but a second long partnership of about 50 runs toward the end of the innings by Georgia Galbraith (23 not out) and Grace meant McGlashan needed 171 to win.

 McGlashan started slowly due to economical pace bowling by Georgia (4-0-11-0) and leg-spinner Aimee Shaw (5-1-24-0). Then out-swinger Gabby (4-0-7-3) found a faint edge for keeper Kate and a thicker edge for Brittany at short gully. A third catch was taken by Ruby Beresford at mid-off. Three run outs in the middle order made it tough for Maddy (32 retired) to hold the innings together. Then a hat-trick from Brittany’s first over (2-0-6-3) effectively ended McGlashan’s innings, the first a catch by Grace Vernal, the second clean-bowled, the third a catch by Kate at short mid-off. McGlashan were all out for 95, a win to Satterthwaite by 75 runs.

 Satterthwaite:

Kate van Beurten 2

Sophie Taylor 21 retired

Gabby Sullivan 37 retired

Aimee Shaw 6

Sophie Holt 1

Brittany Bowden 2

Georgia Galbraith 23 not out

Grace Vernal 27

Ruby Beresford 10 not out

Sophie Germon dnb

 

McGlashan:

Jessica Costello 4-0-8-0

Kaori Hughes 4-0-12-1

Maddy Raxworthy 4-0-8-1

Anna McNeill 4-0-21-0

Alice Harris 3-0-32-0

Morvin Mackean 4-0-22-0

Zoe Smail 3-0-14-0

Jenny Stewart 3-0-24-1

Eden Pettigrew 2-0-12-0

Kaitlin Heale 4-0-5-1

 

McGlashan:

Kaitlin Heale 6

Alice Harris 7

Zoe Smail 11

Maddy Raxworthy 32 retired

Jessica Costello 2

Anna McNeill 9

Eden Pettigrew 2

Jenny Stewart 0

Kaori Hughes 0

Morvin Mackean 0

Satterthwaite:

Georgia Galbraith 4-0-11-0

Aimee Shaw 5-1-24-0

Grace Vernal 4-0-22-0 (1 catch)

Gabby Sullivan 4-0-7-3

Sophie Germon 3-1-2-0

Ruby Beresford 2-0-7-0 (1 catch)

Kate van Buerten 3-0-9-0 (2 catches (1 as keeper))

Sophie Taylor 2-0-4-0

Brittany Bowden 2-0-6-3 (includes a hat-trick; 2 catches)

Sophie Holt dnb (second keeper)