CRANBOURNE’S turf-one team failed to follow up a good bowling performance, falling 21 runs short of Dandenong North’s modest first-innings score of 135.
Only Shane Murdoch (36 not out) showed any fight in a disappointing result as Cranbourne finished on 114.
@BT Sub Sport News:TURF THREE
A record opening stand of 143 between Matt Weir and Dieter Leinmueller saw Cranbourne easily account for Coomoora.
Leinmueller finished with 132 and was supported well late in the day by Cam Kelly (28) and Dean McDonnell (26) as the side finished on 4/258 in reply to Coomoora’s 119.
@BT Sub Sport News:A GRADE
Cranbourne fought hard against Berwick, but was let down the previous week by only making 163.
Berwick finished the day 9/159 with the bowling highlight being the continued improvement of up-and-coming junior Dustin Peebles who claimed 4/34.
@BT Sub Sport News:C GRADE
After restricting Doveton North to just 150 last week, Mark Woodall followed up his good performance with a cavalier 41 to set up later batsmen Steve Redgen (58) and juniors Lucas Ligt (69) and Ryan Jones (39).
Cranbourne finished with an imposing total of 9/266 to continue its unbeaten run.
@BT Sub Sport News:D GRADE
Cranbourne fell over the line against Endeavour Hills.
After posting 232 last week, the bowlers struggled and at one stage the opposition was 6/205 and well placed.
However, an inspired spell of hostile bowling from Nick Kelly, in which he claimed 4/21, saw Endeavour Hills collapse to be all out for 216 to secure the win.
Andy Ligt toiled manfully in a marathon spell to return 2/57.
@BT Sub Sport News:E GRADE
After scoring 178 last week against Sandown Park, the Cranbourne bowlers destroyed the opposition on Saturday to dismiss it for 70 and 56 to win outright.
All the bowlers contributed with Daniel Fox (5/16) and Denis Kimball (3/28) the stand outs.
@BT Sub Sport News:ONE DAY
A scratchy performance against St Mary’s after a searching week at the selection table.
Cranbourne batted first and scored a respectable 6/162 with Kevin Lindsay (32 not out) pushing for a game in the higher grades and well backed up by Ash Ryan (33).
In reply St Mary’s was held to 145 with talented junior Dan Baker bowling a tight spell to finish with 0/7 off five quick overs.
Sean Petrie, Chris Taylor and Craig Lambden all took two wickets to get over the line.
@BT Sub Sport News:JUNIORS
UNDER 17 (1)
A good batting performance against Narre North saw the Cranbourne finish on 6/205 chasing 152.
Captain Aaron Morrison led the way with 60 not out and was well supported by Cam Kelly (34).
A positive win that will hopefully give some confidence for the turf game in the next round.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 17 (2)
Cranbourne defeated an under-strength HSD outright.
After having the game won on first innings last week, Cranbourne dismissed the opposition for 95 in its second dig, with Kieran Braham taking two wickets.
Marty Kelly and Justin Hinckley then knocked off the required runs to give Cranbourne maximum points.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 15 (1)
Playing Buckley Ridges away, Cranbourne defended last week’s 217 to dismiss the opposition for 155.
Nathan Lambden and Jason Poole both took two wickets in a good solid performance with contributions from all players.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 15 (2)
After making 135 last week against HSD, Cranbourne fought hard to just do down in a tight contest.
Despite HSD easily getting to 3/135 the team fought tooth and nail to eventually dismiss it for 167.
Sean Hinckley (3/26) was the best bowler, well supported by the ever-improving Michael Hookey (1/17).
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 15 (3)
Chasing top spot, Cranbourne easily defended last week’s score of 156 against Lynbrook.
The bowlers ripped through the opposition to dismiss it for just 27 in the first innings and reduced it to 5/56 when chasing the outright.
Anthony Galley claimed 3/3 including a hat trick.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 13 (1)
After posting a respectable 133 last week against Endeavour Hills, Cranbourne fought hard to lose narrowly.
Jordyn Baker (2/14 and two run outs) and Cam Dinger (2/13) bowled well to restrict the opposition to 145.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 13 (2)
Despite only making 67 last week against Keysborough, Cranbourne fought hard and at one stage was well in the match.
Unfortunately dropped catches cost the team, as one opposition batsman scored a century to get the score to 219.
Jeremy Cianter and Mitchell Gowland toiled hard for two wickets each.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 13 (3)
Cranbourne celebrated the first win of the year with a great performance against Narre Warren.
After posting 6/135 last week, Cranbourne dismissed the opposition for just 87 in a dominant display.
Trent Stoneham took two wickets, while Jordan Campbell had a sensational day in the field with three run outs.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 13 (4)
Playing Narre Warren in a top-four clash, Cranbourne defended 157 in great style.
All bowlers and fielders were switched on with only 13 extras allowed.
Alex Russo returned an incredible 5/9 and was backed up with some great catching by his team mates.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 11 GOLD
Cranbourne batted the entire day against Berwick with many players continuing to improve.
Todd McGrath, Aaron Stoneham, Marty Leinmueller and Brayden Roscoe all contributed in a close hard-fought affair.
@BT Sub Sport News:UNDER 11 BLUE
Cranbourne bowled and fielded well against St Mary’s at Casey Fields. Everyone showed great signs of improvement with Jake and Leigh bowling well.