Scores from Week 16 of local cricket

1st Grade one-day format – Round 15 (4/2/23):
Saturday was shaping up to be top-of-the-table clash between first-placed Rokeby and second- placed New Norfolk with the winner to take the top spot at the end of the round. Unfortunately, wet weather saw the game abandoned prior to a start.
3rd Grade – Round 11 (5/2/23): The 2nd Redcaps team hosted top-of-the-ladder Sorell at Tynwald in a rare Sunday outing for this team. The Redcaps batted first and ended with 191 on the board. Aaron Drew was the pick of the batsmen with 44 followed by Nathan Rice. With the ball, the Redcaps knew they had to bring their A-game to keep Sorell from chasing the runs down. The Redcaps gave it a good go but in the end Sorell managed the required runs with two overs and two balls remaining. Batting: A. Drew 44 from 37, N. Rice 33 from 49; Bowling: S. Rice 3 for 31 from 10, J. Nichols 1 for 18 from 5.
7th Grade – Round 11 (5/2/23): The Redcaps 3 team played St Virgil’s at St Virgil’s on Sunday. The home side batted first and the Redcap bowling and fielding attack kept them to a score of 164. With the bat, the Redcaps were unable to get any momentum and were all out for 109. Its great to see young Liam Maw feature in both the best bowlers and batters this week. Batting: C. Ashcroft 32, L. Maw 17. Bowling: B. Kline 4 for 12 from 7, L. Maw 3 for 23 from 7.3.
Women’s 1st Grade – Round 10 (4/2/23): The Redcaps women’s forfeited their game against Bothwell giving the lady Bucks a win.

2nd Grade – Round 11 (4/2/23):
Molesworth 1 was due to play St Virgil’s at St Virgil’s on Saturday but the game was cancelled due to the weather.
7th Grade – Round 11 (5/2/23): Molesworth 7th Grade hosted MacKillop at Boyer Oval on Sunday. With Molesworth bowling first and in attack mode, they had MacKillop all out for 76. In reply it took Molesworth just one wicket and 10.3 overs to take the win. John Fowle led the charge all day with bat and ball finishing not out on 41 and taking an impressive 5 for 18 in under 6 overs bowling. Batting: J. Fowle 41 from 30 (not out), J. Ransley 23 from 24. Bowling: J. Fowle 5 for 16 from 5.5, J. Ransley 1 for 5 from 5.

2nd Grade – Round 11 (4/2/23):
Saturday saw Gretna 1 host Montagu Bay at Gretna. Gretna was keen to put on a good display in front of their first ladies day fundraiser and for Todd Jarvis who was playing his 300th Gretna club game. Batting first, Gretna’s opener Mathew Burns came out firing a quick 63 from just 36 balls including 1 six and 7 fours. Aaron Maddox and Corey Ransley also raised the bat, both getting 50 runs-plus on the board for Gretna. The home side finished its rain-reduced 25 overs with 206 on the board. Bowling, Gretna got into early wickets having Montagu Bay 5 wickets down in the first 10 overs which hampered their run chase and causing them to finish their 25 overs on 8 for 131 giving Gretna a 75 run win. Corey Ransley led the charge with the ball finishing with 4 early wickets for just 9 runs to set up the bowling attack. Batting: M. Burns 63 from 36, C. Ransley 52 from 32
Bowling: C. Ransley 4 for 9 from 5 overs, T. Jarvis 1 for 8 from 1.
5th Grade – Round 11 (5/2/23): Gretna 2 had a bye this week.

3rd Grade – Round 11 (4/1/23)
: The Bothwell Bucks game against Claremont at Bothwell was abandoned due to weather.
7th Grade – Round 11 (5/2/23): Sunday saw the Bucks 2 travel to Cambridge Oval to take on St Aidan’s. Batting first, the Bucks put on 155, losing the last of their wickets just prior to the innings break. In return St Aidan’s was able to secure enough runs to take the victory with 10 overs remaining. Batting: C. Osborn 27 from 48, J. Rogers 26 from 47. Bowling: C. Osborne 2 for 17 from 4, P. Hansch 2 for 36 from 7.
Women’s 1st Grade – Round 10 (4/2/23): The Lady Bucks gained a win after the Redcaps forfeited the match.

New Norfolk – Under 15 – Round 11 (5/2/23):
The Redcaps U15s played Glenorchy Black at Cadbury Oval on Sunday. Batting first, Glenorchy put on a good score of 6 for 258. In the chase the Redcaps openers began the innings well with Hayden Smith hitting his first half-century, finishing on 65 with 2 big sixes and 9 lovely fours. Haiden was duly supported by Tyson Smith who made 31. Unfortunately they were the only Redcaps to make double figures giving Glenorchy Black a big win with the Redcaps all out for 145. Batting: Haiden Smith 65 from 70 (9 x 4s, 2 x 6s), Tyson Smith 31 from 59 (5 x 4s). Bowling: Kobe Strong 2 for 14 from 4, Oliver Rhodes 2 for 19 from 4
Under 13 – Round 11 (5/2/23): Sunday morning saw the Redcaps U13s play Lindisfarne at Cadbury oval. Lindisfarne batted first with the young Redcaps bowling them all out for 167 in the 30th over. In reply the Redcaps were able to secure another win in the 28th . Captain Angus Fraser scored another 50 with the bat including three big sixes.
Batting: Angus Fraser 52 from 35 (not out) (7 x 4s and 3 x 6s), Jude Bannister 32 from 31 (6 x 4s). Bowling: Gabriel Bannister 3 for 8 from 3, Jude Bannister 2 for 17 from 4.3.
Stage 1 Girls – Round 9 (Friday 3/2/23): Friday evening saw the Redcaps host UTAS at Tynwald with the young Redcaps putting on a good performance to take home the win, 98 to 67. Batting: Angel Green 11 from 10 balls (1 x 4, 1 x 6), Addysen Nossiter 8 from 16 (1 x 4). Bowling: Both Angel and Addysen also took one wicket each.
Under 15 Girls – Round 10 (Tuesday 7/2/23): The U15 Girls played North Hobart Red at West Hobart on Tuesday evening. The Redcap girls were able to put on 107 against a strong North Hobart team who finished on 183 themselves. Heidi Davidson and Addysen Nossiter did well with the bat this week, both scoring at close to or above a run a ball. These were were also the only players to score wickets this week. Batting: Heidi Davidson 16 from 13 (3 x 4s), Addysen Nossiter 14 from 15 (3 x 4s). Bowling: Addysen Nossiter 1 for 17 of 2, Heidi Davidson 1 for 20 of 3.

Gretna – U15 – Round 11 (5/2/23): Gretna U15s played Kingborough on Sunday afternoon at Gretna. With Gretna bowling tight and fielding well, the visitors were restricted to 120 runs with the loss of four wickets in their 40 overs. Seb Farrow had the ball on a string, conceding just 6 runs from 5 overs taking a wicket. In the quest for yet another victory, Gretna was able to chase down the runs in the 27th over, losing four wickets. Batting: Ayce Maddox 31no from 21 (3 x 4s, 2 x 6s). Bowling: Seb Farrow 1 for 6 from 5 overs, Aiden Harvey 1 for 12 from 3.
U13 – Round 11 (5/2/23): The U13s had a game at Gretna on Sunday morning against Clarence White. The Gretna team batted first and put on 82 with the loss of 8 wickets. In an awesome display of fielding and bowling the Gretna team had Clarence all out for 63 giving Gretna the win. Cooper Gleeson had the blade working well, scoring 20no from a patient 56 balls. Batting: Cooper Gleeson 20no from 56, Ryan Jones 13 from 57. Bowling: Hudson Stott 3 for 12 from 3, Cooper Gleeson 2 for 3 from 3.
Stage 1 – Round 10 (Monday 6/2/23): The young Gretna team played North Hobart Blue at Friends’ on Monday evening. With the bat, Gretna was able to make 89 runs against a good North Hobart team and in reply North Hobart finished with 187. North Hobart had got twice as many wickets, which in turn makes a bit of difference to the total runs scored. Hudson Stott ended up with 3 wickets and with the bat also topped the scoring with 31.
Batting: Hudson Stott 31 from 18 (5 x 4s), Mason Evans 4 from 17. Bowling: H. Stott 3 for 27 from 4 overs, Wayde Quinn 1 for 25 from 3.

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