Derwent Valley and Highlands cricket results – Week 12

WEEK 12 cricket results – January 6-10: The 2022-23 Southern Cricket Association competition has resumed after a short break.

NEW NORFOLK
20/20 Grand final, 3rd Grade (10/1/23):
Tuesday night saw the grand final of the 20/20 comp for the lower grades played at Sorell against a strong Sorell team. Batting first, Sorell put on 8/156. In the chase for premiership glory the Redcaps were unable to get any momentum going and were all out in the last over for 84. Batting: J.Bank-Smith 27 from 35, L. Berry 20 from 23 (not out); Bowling: J. King 3 for 20 from 3 overs, N. Eiszele 1 for 12 from 12.
1st Grade one-day format – Round 12 (7/1/23): Saturday saw the Redcaps 1 team play at Cambridge against St Aidan’s. Bowling well, the Redcaps had St Aidan’s all out for 111 with Jeremy Nichols taking five for 34. Unfortunately the Redcap batters couldn’t get a start apart from coach Seb Wishart and were also all out for 111, sending the game to a super over. After the super over St Aidan’s came out the winners having easily chased down the Redcaps’ three runs. Batting: S. Wishart 47 from 71, T. Briscoe 18 from 24; Bowling: J. Nichols 5 for 34 from 8.2, H. Booth 3 for 17 from 7.
3rd Grade – Round 8 (7/1/23): The 2nd Redcaps team hosted Bagdad at Tynwald on Saturday. Batting first, the Redcaps put on a good score of 272, losing eight wickets in their 50 overs. Two half-centuries to Blake Kemmler and Jake King tried to get the Redcaps in a winning position. Chasing a good score to win, the Bagdad outfit lost four wickets and managed to get the runs in the 48th over. Batting: B. Kemmler 55 from 80, J. King 54 from 52. Bowling: S. Rice 1 for 32 from 9, J. King 1 for 19 from 3.
7th Grade – Round 8 (8/1/23): The Redcaps 3 team played on Sunday against St Aidan’s at Cambridge. Batting first, captain Tim Lowe tried to set the tone for the Redcaps, knocking a patient 65 before being trapped in front. With Tim’s work with the bat the team was able to finish the innings with 149. In the field Tim also took three catches as wicket-keeper with the game going down to the last few overs. With two overs to spare, St Aidan’s passed the Redcaps tally to take a close win. Batting: T. Lowe 65 from 96, M. Holloway 12 from 28. Bowling: B. Kline 2 for 30 from 8, L. Hunt 2 for 28 from 6.
Womens – 1st Grade – Round 7 (6/1/23): The Redcaps women played at Tynwald Park on Friday evening with a great performance to secure their first outright win of the season. Playing Brightonm the Redcaps batted first and didn’t lose a wicket. There were half-centuries to Heidi Davidson, Tara-lee Pearce and Leisa Pearce, all retiring not out. Scores at the end were New Norfolk 0/194 to Brighton 5 for 59. Batting: T. Pearce 50 from 25, L. Pearce 50 from 32. Bowling: H. Davidson 2 for 9 from 3, A. Green 1 for 7 from 3.

MOLESWORTH:
2nd Grade – Round 8 (7/1/23):
On Saturday Molesworth 1 played Richmond /Cambridge at Richmond Oval. Batting first Molesworth, batted the full 50 overs for 242, losing eight wickets. Nick Piuselli managed a nice 100 with captain Hodge also knocking-up another half-century. It took the home team four wickets and just over 46 overs to get the required runs for a win. In a great show of future development for the club, three players all aged under 14 played for the Molesworth 1 team on Saturday. Oliver Stuart, Hamish Beechey both made their senior team debut alongside fellow youngster Jed Freeman who opened the bowling and ending with a wicket, two maidens and just 35 runs from 10 overs. Batting: N. Piueselli 104 from 92, B. Hodge 55 from 77. Bowling: H. Beechey 1 for 10 from 2, O.Stuart 1 for 17 from 2.
7th Grade – Round 7 (8/11/23): Molesworth at Boyer against the Bothwell Bucks on Sunday. Bowling first, Molesworth saw the Bucks put on 141. Unfortunately the second innings scores were not available.

GRETNA
2nd Grade – Round 8 (7/1/23):
Saturday saw the Gretna 1 host Weily Park at Gretna. Batting first, Gretna had an off-day and was bowled out for 118. In response Weily Park got the runs in half an innings, losing just three wickets.
Batting: T. Jarvis 25 from 68, P. Jelkic 23 from 25. Bowling: C. Ransley 1 for 17 off 7, A. Maddox 1 for 19 off 5.
5th Grade – Round 8 (7/1/23): The second Gretna team had a better outing than the 1s on Saturday. Batting first, they put on a great score of 288 with Sam Booth and Luke Crosswell both getting half-centuries for Gretna with a couple of other batters also making starts in their innings. With the ball Gretna bowled Montagu Bay out for 179. Luke Crosswell also had a day out with the ball for a best on effort to finish with five wickets as well. Batting: S. Booth 64 from 34, L. Crosswell 51 from 70. Bowling: L. Crosswell 5 for 32 from 6, J. Whitford 3 for 57 from 10.

BOTHWELL
3rd Grade – Round 8 (7/1/23):
The Bothwell Bucks 1 played the strong Sorell outfit on Saturday and nailed them with the ball first-up. After a terrific bowling and fielding effort, the Bucks had Sorell all out for 69. It took just 9.1 overs to get the required for the win. The Bothwell Bucks have had a good couple of weeks which is seeing them climb to one of the ladder leaders. Batting: C. Eyles 39 from 29, N. Eyles 27 from 14. Bowling: N. Eyles 3 for 20 from 8, B. Nichols 2 for 12 of 7.
7th Grade – Round 7 (8/1/23): As mentioned above, Saturday saw the Bucks 2 take on Molesworth at Boyer Oval. Batting first, the Bucks put on 141, losing four wickets and batting out the full 40 overs, with Jason Rogers making an undefeated half-century. Unfortunately, the scores for the second innings were not unavailable. Batting: J. Rogers 56 from 124 (not out), C. Osborn 36 from 55 (not out).
Womens – 1st Grade – Round 7 (7/1/23): The Lady Bucks played Claremont on Saturday at Bothwell and were all out for 36 after batting first. In reply Claremont managed to get the required runs to take the win in the 8th over, losing just one wicket. Batting: J. Hansch 5 from 7, S. Foster 3 from 7. Bowling: B. Fenton 1 for 4 from 2 overs.

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