Junior cricket results – December 8-12

NEW NORFOLK
Under-14 Boys (Sunday, December 10):
New Norfolk 8/74 (23.5 overs) lost to Cranes Combined 2/75 (9.4 overs). Back at Tynwald on Sunday, the young Redcaps hosted Cranes Combined. Batting first, the Redcaps struggled to score and were all out for 74 with Angus Fraser top-scoring with 16. It took Cranes Combined fewer than 10 overs to reach the target and take the win. Rueben Topping and Hamish Fraser both got a wicket bowling. Batting: Angus Fraser 16 from 23 (2 x 6s), Gabe Bannister 11 from 35. Bowling: Rueben Topping 1 for 13 from 2, Hamish Fraser 1 for 18 from 2.4.
Under-16 Girls* (Tuesday, December 12): New Norfolk 130 (20 overs) lost to Sorell – 134 (20 overs). Down at Sorell on Tuesday night the New Norfolk girls played Sorell in what ended up being a close game and was effectively decided by Sorell taking one more wicket (four bonus runs) than New Norfolk. Angel Green had a good night out, hitting five 4s to top-score with 30 before taking two wickets and a run-out when bowling. Sha’Diamond Evans also batted well with two 4s to get to 16 and chipped in with a wicket bowling. Molly-Rose Mayne had her own top-score with the bat, making 14 including two 4s as well. Batting: Angel Green 30 from 18 (5 x 4s), Sha’Diamond Evans 16 from 17 (2 x 4s). Bowling: Angel Green 2 for 14 from 4, Sha’Diamond Evans 1 for 24 from 3.
Stage 1 Boys**: (Monday, December 11): New Norfolk 104 (20 overs) defeated Gretna Gold 73 (20 overs). Batting: Arlo Simpson 25 from 13 (5 x 4s), Parker Brown 16 from 13 (2 x 4s). Bowling: Arlo Simpson 1 for 5 from 2, Henry Dance 1 catch.
Stage 1 Girls**: (Friday, December 8): New Norfolk v Clarence. No results posted.

GRETNA
Under-14s (Sunday, December 10):
Gretna 6/142 (30 overs) lost to Kingborough Black 8/115 (22.4 overs) on Sunday morning at Kingston. Batting first, Gretna saw out the full 30 overs and posted 142. Ryan Jones was the top scorer with 30 including two big sixes and three 4s. With the ball, it was a team effort with Jack Cunningham taking two wickets and six other players all picking up a wicket each to have Kingborough all out in the 23rd over. Batting: Ryan Jones 30 from 35 (2 x 6s, 3 x 4s), Hudson Stott 28 from 44 not out (2 x 4s). Bowling: Jack Cunningham 2 for 9 from 2, Rafik Mulic 1 for 8 from 3.
Under-16s (Sunday, December 10: Gretna 8/146 (38 overs) lost to Kingborough 8/191 (39 overs) at Gretna on Sunday afternoon. Kingborough batted first and put on 191 before being bowled out in its last over. George Picken picked up two wickets as well as Michael Pearce who went on to have a good knock with the bat as well picking up 25 runs. Batting second, Gretna couldn’t get the run rate up enough and finished short. Aydan Bailey top-scored for Gretna with 26 including a nice six and three 4. Batting: Aydan Bailey 26 from 40 (1 x 6 and 3 x 4s), Michael Pearce 25 from 39 (2 x 6s, 1 x 4). Bowling: Michael Pearce 2 for 10 from 5, George Picken 2 for 12 from 4.
Stage 1** (Monday, December 11):  Gretna Green 102 (20 overs) defeated Kingborough Black 101 (20 overs). Batting: Connor Jones 17 from 17 (3 x 4s), Joseph Downie 11 from 17 (2 x 4s). Bowling: Alex Bailey 2 for 5 from 3, Ashton Bailey 1 for 5 from 2.
Gretna Gold 73 (20 overs) lost to New Norfolk – 104 (20 overs). Batting: Wayde Quinn 15 from 15 (2 x 4s), Arlo Wakefield, Hayley Harvey and Brooklyn Harvey all 3 from 15. Bowling: Wayde Quinn 1 for 14 from 3, Amy King 1 for 22 from 3.

* In Under-16 Girls’ cricket each team faces 20 overs (120 balls). Each player faces the same number of balls when batting (120 divided by the amount of batters). If a player gets out they continue to bat with four bonus runs being awarded to the bowling team. Wides and no-balls are not replayed and are counted as balls faced.
**Stage 1 cricket is the entry-level competition. Each team faces 20 overs (120 balls). Each player faces the same number of balls when batting (120 divided by the amount of batters). If a player gets out they continue to bat with four bonus runs being awarded to the bowling team. Wides and no-balls are not replayed and are counted as balls faced.

JUSTIN BENSON

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