COMING off the back of a thrilling midweek Twenty20 victory over Berwick, Cranbourne’s Turf One had high hopes, but the batsmen cracked under the pressure with Captain Ross Woodall (20) and Brad Stephens the only ones to show resistance in an insipid display.
In reply Berwick is well-placed after the fall of some early wickets.
Score: Cranbourne 104 v Berwick 2/84.
@BT Sub Sport News:TURF FOUR
Englishman Chris Brady came out firing on all cylinders from Cranbourne.
He took 7/26 in an impressive display of swing and seam bowling.
Jason Toan also snared three wickets to keep the pressure on.
With the bat, Cranbourne looked to get a move-on with opener Jimmy Alister being the rock, making 57 not out.
Lifting the run rate were Dean McDonnell (39) and Mark Andolfatto (21).
With 18 overs left Cranbourne declared and then snared two Springvale wickets.
Score: Cranbourne 3/158 v Springvale 56 and 2/31.
@BT Sub Sport News:A GRADE
After being sent in Buckley Ridges got off to a flier, reaching 0/41 off seven overs.
However, Cranbourne struck back hard, bowling the opposition out for 33 more runs.
The chief destroyer was the intimidating Shaun Petrie (5/29).
Jesse Fitzgerald and Cam Mills cleaned up the lower order, taking two wickets each.
In reply, all the Cranbourne batsmen got starts with Clint Ayres top-scoring with 25.
Score: Cranbourne 9/165 v Buckley Ridges 74.
@BT Sub Sport News:B GRADE
Cranbourne struggled to 6/73 with the only top-order batsman among the runs Chris George with 24.
His loss brought the in-form Mark Notaro to the crease, and he hit the ball to all parts on his way to an impressive 63.
He was ably supported by Ryan Jones (23) and Ben Ferrari-Mela (37).
Coomoora lost two wickets in reply, both to Ryan Jones.
Score: Cranbourne 211 v Coomoora 2/26.
@BT Sub Sport News:D GRADE
Cranbourne struggled to take early wickets.
Dale Walker bowled 17 controlled overs of pace for 3/41 and Simon Hanger took two late wickets.
Score: Cranbourne v Lynbrook 8/234.
@BT Sub Sport News:E GRADE
Cranbourne bowled Coomoora out for 44 in 18 overs.
Anthony Ciconte (5/27 off seven overs) and Jordan Leinmueller (2/6) did the damage.
A few Cranbourne batsmen got starts but didn’t continue. Andrew Ciantar top-scored with 27, while Dave Pratt (24), Brad Oulton (24) and Michael Garrett (24) were also among the runs.
Score: Cranbourne 186 v Coomoora 44 and 0/51.
@BT Sub Sport News:F GRADE
Cranbourne batted first, slumping to 4/21.
Blake Pearce then made 35 before being dismissed while Daniel Baker upped the scoring rate with 54. Captain Martin Hameeteman also chimed in with 30
Score: Cranbourne 9/154 v Keysborough.
@BT Sub Sport News:ONE-DAY
Bowling first Cranbourne took early wickets but the score got away. Mark Woodall took 2/27 and spinner Nick Kelly 2/33.
In reply, Cranbourne’s openers Luke King and Silvio Marinelli both retired on 50. Ash Ryan hit 35 and Mark Woodall was 30 not out.
Score: Cranbourne 1/196 d Keysborough 6/187.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 17 1
Cranbourne batted first and struggled, all out for 113. Top scorers were Cam Kelly (21) and Aaron Sampson (20). In the field, Cranbourne took three wickets.
Score: Cranbourne 113 v Noble Park 3/17.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 17 2
Cranbourne bowled first, using the turf wicket well. Jason Poole took 2/8 off nine overs, with Scott Gilchrist (2/2) and Jake Anderson (2/1) keeping the pressure on.
With the bat, Cranbourne lost five quick wickets.
Score: Cranbourne 5/22 v North Dandenong 86.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 17 3
The two Cranbourne sides played, Cranbourne Blue batting solidly through the day.
Pick of the batsmen were openers Anthony Galley (34) and Brad Nicol (26). Mitch Viney made 21 and Robbie Cowan 19 not out.
With the ball, Gold player Andrew McInnes took 1/5 off 10 overs with eight maidens, while Patrick Boland and Sean Hinkley took two wickets each.
Score: Cranbourne Blue 8/176 v Cranbourne Gold.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 15 1
Cranbourne’s top order got starts with Dave Spencer (21) and Jordan Leimueller (16). The team’s middle order shone, with Matt Weller top scoring with 36 and Cam Dinger (32) providing excitement.
Score: Cranbourne 154 v Berwick.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 15 3
Cranbourne batted the day out, losing five wickets. Dillan Bass opened and scored 51 while Sam Smith made 19.
Score: Cranbourne 6/148 v Berwick.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 13 1
Cranbourne failed to make early breakthroughs. Bowlers Alex Dunn and Brodie Mclean took two wickets each and good team catching helped restrict the score.
Score: Cranbourne v Narre Warren 9/171.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 13 2
In a great batting display Cranbourne dominated from the outset, with opener Martin Leinmueller making 34 not out, with Jordan Campbell (26 not out), Tom Jellie (25 not out), Jake Harrington (15), Tobias Keast (16) and Alex Noonan, who made 26 not out batting at number 11, all contributing
Score: Cranbourne 5/201 v Coomoora.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 13 3
Cranbourne batted first, opener Brenton Hyman making 24 not out, Ryan McMaster 17 and Shannon Kelly 15. Down the order Jeremy Jakupi continued his good form with 25 not out.
Score: Cranbourne 7/171 v Springvale South.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 13 4
For the first time this year Cranbourne batted through the innings.
Highlights were Chris Johnson’s 24 not out and Jarrod McAleese’s 18, while Brett Hookey and John Ashby both retired.
Score: Cranbourne 7/105 v Endeavour Hills.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 11 1
Cranbourne batted first and opener Aaron Stoneman made 21 in a hard-hitting display. Nathan Stapleton made 12 while the highest score went to Jack Lock with 23 not out.
Score: Cranbourne 9/123 v Endeavour Hills.
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Cranbourne batted first with Randy Francis making 14 and Jed Benham top scoring with 15 not out. Also scoring runs was Jarrod Robilliard with 10.
Score: Cranbourne 5/130 v Narre Warren.
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Cranbourne bowled first with Callum Gracie, Jack Coates and Luke Dinger each taking two wickets.
In reply Cranbourne ran out of overs against Berwick Springs’ tight bowling.
Score: Cranbourne 9/52 v Berwick Springs 12/72.