Summer 2014

Results from the Summer Tournament 2014 played at Hagley Park

Year 6

Day Two - Bond and Hadlee remain undefeated and play each other or Day 3

Bond 70/7 beat Fulton 46/8

Fulton - Scott Janett 16 no, Callum Hackston 2/3, Adam Poumaka 2/2

Cairns 113/1 beat Astle 110/6

Cairns - Batting Greenwood 17*, Thompson 23*, Genet 19* Bowling Webley 1/4
Astle - Batting Lyons 29*, McGregor 15* Bowling Kemp 1/ 11

Fleming 70 vs Hadlee 87/9

Win to Hadlee by 17 runs

Good game to watch! Team Fleming had Team Hadlee 47/9 after 12 overs with some very good bowling from our first two pods and great fielding by the team as a whole. But then Sam Harris was put back in as the 11th batter (Hadlee only had ten players). Although Sam was run out for 0 in his first innings he showed his class to score 24 in quick time to get them through to 87. Jackson Rhodes for Fleming again showed his batting skill and got us close but it wasn't quite enough.

Batting - Fleming Jackson Rhodes 20 (20) strike rate: 100% Hadlee Sam Harris 24

Bowling (all bowled 2 overs) - Fleming Angus Hammett 3/5,  Jackson Rhodes 1/3, Kobe Stackhouse 1/3 (2 overs) inc a wicket maiden Hadlee Jayden Dykhoff  2/5, Thomas Owens  2/3, H Quirk 1/4

Ellis 100/5 beat Latham 90/9

Ellis - Batting Manson 29, Idiens 31, Sandri 18 Bowling Whitaker  2/9 (4 run outs)
Latham - Batting Panckhurst 21 Bowling O’Loughlin 2/9, Hollis 2/4

Day One

Fleming 94/2 vs Cairns 73/6
Win to Team Fleming by 21 runs

Batting Fleming - Jackson Rhodes 31* (32) strike rate: 98.6%, Tom Smith 20* (24) strike rate: 83.3%

Bowling Fleming - Daniel Dadds 2 / 12 (2 overs)

Ellis 89/8 v Fulton 90/9
Win to Fulton by 1 wicket

Ellis batted first and made a strong start with Cayleb Sandri scoring 38 at the top of the innings. Wickets fell regularly with Oscar Owen and Liam Perriman the only other scores above 10 at 13 and 11*. At the end Ellis made 89/8 off the 20 overs. Fulton shared the wickets around with Harvey ONeil taking 3 for 6 off 2 overs and Eruera Ingle taking 2 for 0.

Turning to the chase after losing a couple of wickets early Fulton looked in control but with wickets falling the game became close. Fulton needed 15 off the last 2 overs and lost wickets to see the last batsmen coming in needing 4 runs off 3 balls. In a twist it was an Ellis batsmen playing for Fulton, which was short a player, who hit the winning runs to get Fulton home with one ball to spare. A great tight game that had all the players and parents hanging in right till the end, played in great spirit. For Fulton Scott Janett with 16 and Adam Poumaka 15 retired featured in the runs, and for Ellis Oliver Smith took 2 for 2 off 2.

Hadlee 105/6 beat Astle 55/7

Hadlee - Sam Harris 50 retired, Thomas Owens 14no, Cameron Baillie 2/5
Astle - Arthur Inkson 14 and 2/9

Bond 107/6 beat Latham 105/4

Bond - Jayan Goldsworthy 19
Latham - Edmond Hollis 31, Maynard Walker 22

Year 7

Day Two

Development

Hadlee 165/5 - E Caddick 37, C Owens 35, J. James 22*, M Boyle 2/21 Beat Fleming 164/7 - Z Foulkes 49*, R Entwistle 39, T McClean 2/18

Astle 175/8 - H Janes 34, T Flavell 28, F Raxworthy 26, M Smail 26, B Abbot 2/14, M Gibb 2/15 Beat Cairns 143 - L Willis 38, T Ogilvie 23, H Reece 3/25, J Gallagher 2/18, N Cooke 2/11

Emerging

Fleming 170/7 - B Blackwell 36, K Brown 27*, M Khan 2/10, F Odams 2/6 Beat Hadlee 169/7 - W Brownie 51*, B Cornell 33*, I.Prasad 33 & 3/16

Astle 198/6 - J Allan 52*, H Eglinton 50*, K Beck 24, J Baxter 2/14 Beat Cairns 155 -  L Whata 44*, A Sultani 27 & 3/14

Day One

Hadlee Dev 159/4 - A.Sidey 55*, R.Hunter 28* beat Astle Dev 132/6 - J.Grove 29*, S.Kreft 23

Fleming Dev 102/4 - Z.Foulkes 33*, R.Entwistle 2/7 beat Cairns Dev 62/4 - N.Cooke 24*

Hadlee Em 139/4 - W.Brownie 41*, M.McElroy 27* beat Astle Em 88/5 - J.Tooby 14*, L.Murden 14*

Fleming Em 102/4 - I.Souness 35*, J.Wynne 27* beat Cairns Em 97/7 - J.Ryan 19*

Year 8

Day Two

Cairns Red 176/ 8 - Will Ferguson 44, Andy Stewart 38, Lucus Dutton 4/18 beat Cairns Black 110 - Jack Kneebone 48

Hadlee 196/8 - Hugo Ried 44,  Alex Familton 59 n/o, Jack Williams 3/39 beat Fleming 173 - Will Andrews 65, Hunter Rowe 4/18

Astle Red 127/9 - Thomas McKay 60 n/o beat Astle Black 124 - Max Heywood 32, Thomas McKay 3/11